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Police said that initial findings suggest that the scary message was sent by Tanweer to his sister possibly with an aim to usurp prize bonds and cash worth Rs 795000 the accused was carrying with him.
FOR ANYONE WHO maintains the essential good of mankind, ``Gulag'' decisively explodes that myth, representing a gruesomely sobering documentary in which Joseph Stalin makes a posthumous bid to usurp from Adolf Hitler the title of the 20th century's most barbarous dictator.
The unspoken fear in the land of the five rings is that snowboarding someday might, gasp, usurp skiing's status atop the heap of mountain sports.
It is therefore improbable that there should exist a disposition in the Federal councils to usurp the powers with which they are connected; because the attempt to exercise those powers would be as troublesome as they would be nugatory; and the possession of them, for that reason would contribute nothing to the dignity, to the importance, or to the splendor of the national government.
She's simply portrayed as the ultimate professional: Hitting her mark the first time (or fretting if she doesn't), allowing the studio to usurp her birthday party as a publicity stunt, even charming co-stars as legendarily difficult as Lionel Barrymore.