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My new works, titled "The Islands have Shifted" have been inspired by the fragility of human and land mass when confronted by forces beyond control.
Gemayle called upon officials to make haste in dealing with this situation before it accelerated beyond control, specifically on the American level.
7 : beyond control or possession <She promised not to let the secret out.
Violence, knife and gun crime have got beyond control, With passers-by and innocent kids often taking the toll, Yobs and vandals everywhere, their victims unprotected, For they roam the streets, like feral beasts, completely undetected.
AS we all know repossessions have escalated beyond control.
A Zimbabwean civil war could easily spill across the borders of neighboring countries and escalate beyond control.
A neighbour of Mr Shaw in Barnsley, South Yorks said: "Some of them are beyond control.
Simon Larsen is accused of accelerating beyond control in his turbo-powered Toyota Supra in a bid to impress his friend Carl Blackett.
If due to circumstances beyond control the promoter is unable to provide the stated prize, they reserve the right to award a substitute prize of equal or greater value.
Additionally, an abuser's criminal activity that is directly related to abuse and beyond control of the victim cannot be grounds for eviction of the victim.
That's what would be required to stabilize greenhouse-gas levels in the atmosphere before natural feedbacks begin to accelerate warming beyond control.
Whenever you feel anger boiling over beyond control, it's best to walk away - and stay away until you've cooled down.