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"These steps include a series of administrative and regulatory measures that will place Israel at the international forefront regarding the imposition of sanctions on Iran," the statement said, boasting that Israel will now be leading the world in tough sanctions, albeit belatedly.
A Waitrose ad for Delia Smith's Christmas cake has been belatedly banned for misleading viewers about the number of ingredients they had to buy, a watchdog said.
He then realized, although belatedly, that he was sacrificing his power for a cause he doesn't belong to.
HIGH-FLYING Lincoln stormed to their fourth away win in a row when Lee Frecklington belatedly celebrated his 21st birthday with winner.
I've currently had occasion to learn belatedly about the suspension and new beginnings of Women's Review of Books, a publication to which some years back I was (for some time) a subscriber.
However, Gilchrist launched the counter-attack as the Baggy Caps belatedly got their act together.
May I comment somewhat belatedly on Doug McManaman's feature article in the December, 2005 issue on "The Charter and the Supremacy of God?"
When he was no longer able to stop her, his dreadful sister Elisabeth helped to pervert his belatedly popular work into sacred texts of Nazism--and before that, in World War I, it was transmogrified into German-chauvinist scripture by the kind of flag-waving militarists he had fervently despised.
Yet Farquhar's wit and uninhibited intellectual play stood out in the local season's opening fortnight, his take on dystopia a refreshing contrast to the parade of juiceless banalities reacting, belatedly, to Robert Smithson or, grimly, to current politics.
REGIMENTAL standards were unfurled on stage in Bedworth as nearly 800 people turned back the clock to belatedly celebrate the 60th anniversary of VE Day.
While some of us might like to go further and faster than Bowen, his new call, coming from the heart of the higher education establishment, suggests a very significant development: Belatedly, the elites are catching up to where the public has been for a long time.
In a relaxingly conversational tone, she discusses and questions her mistakes, low moments, and struggles to maintain love and spirituality in a world abundantly filled with negative temptations, She imparts a voice to the faceless woman who stands in the background behind a celebrity husband, reminding us that she too has thoughts, feelings and ambitions, and dreams, one being the writing that was belatedly pursued because she was needed to support someone else's career.