Recorder runs on Android tablets and phones and captures the delay and loss of the network.
Perhaps most apposite
of the three women's stories told was Kitty Hart-Moxon who had been detained in Auschwitz.
He told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / "The previous years of the work of the House of Representatives created an atmosphere apposite
to its work and legislation, therefore, there are a lot of people refuse to participate in the elections because of the failure of the government and parliament in providing security and services.
Ms Hitt's writings are always well expressed and thoughtful, and, given the subject matter and the warm regard in which Cliff Morgan was held, she provided an apposite
and worthy tribute to a man whose life and work enriched the lives of so many.
IT was most apposite
that Jeff Sizer's letter on High Speed Rail should have been published alongside mine.
However, to those of us of the older generation, your comments are very apposite
Intentional parallels with Berlusconi are satisfyingly apposite
and will please left-leaning locals mostly on TV and in ancillary.
It's pretty pointless stuff, but it struck me as being somewhat apposite
in racing's current climate, for were 100 racehorse trainers to be asked what is responsible for most of the injuries to their horses, they would give you answers like treading on a stone, tweaking a tendon while racing or working, taking off after being frightened by a car or lorry or getting cast in their stable.
His remarks on the importance of moral awareness among decision makers were particularly apposite
and must be heeded by those at the head of the city council and other organisations.
1) was an apposite
response to the adverse statements that have been made since it emerged that one of the national tabloid newspapers had used unacceptable methods to probe truths which it felt its readers wanted to know.
Although I am still unyieldingly clinging to the survival of paper storage, I must at the same time go along with your apposite
remarks about bad handling.
, then, to see Colin McCredie's DC Stuart Fraser on Sunday, in one of several new episodes filmed prior to him being given the Maryhill heave-ho by London ITV bosses this year.