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As leaks go, it is clearly not as damaging as the Australian dossier on England's weaknesses that found its way into the public domain during the 2009 series in England, in which English players were varyingly described as "lazy", "shallow" and "flat" and a group who "love being comfortable".
After two duplicitous men lure him down to Washington and sell him in to slavery, he spends the next 12 years working on various plantations, for varyingly sadistic owners in which he is told: "You are no better than prized livestock.
As the artist's head varyingly appears upon the background image of the sky, bobbing in and out of frame as he tries to keep pace, the film echoes Lockhart's emphasis on the liminality of the frame's limits, inasmuch as the film's shape (a fixed camera aimed upwards and moving forward) asserts itself as the figure appears and disappears from the image's ground.
So, with no further ado, along comes Si's take on the foodie challenge phenomenon: Food Glorious Food (ITV, Wednesday) with Carol Vorderman ditching sums for buns and other varyingly successful home-cooked treats on the quest to find "the UK's most glorious recipe.
That drew considerable media attention, as the new design is varyingly estimated to be two to six times faster than the IR-1.
The industry's environment may be characterized as fine-grained because of its many players and diverse, varyingly distributed and changing diseases.
She pulls many different strands together and her weaving is varyingly successful.
These cases have been varyingly designated as "atypical hyperplasia," "tubal dysplasia," or "tubal atypia," and perhaps represent the greatest challenge in the accurate diagnosis of TIC.
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France), artificial material refers to any fabricated device--metallic, dielectric, or metal-dielectric--that enables a varyingly complex control of wave propagation in a chosen wavelength range.
Crafted from durable, natural stone pebbles that are tinted in six different inviting shades, the varyingly sized pebbles are arranged in a randomized mosaic formation that achieves a rich, textured look.
The Russia-China veto at the UN on actions against Syria, has been condemned by the US, varyingly, as: "Disgusting", 'shameful", "deplorable", "a travesty.