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A prizefighter, a hoodlum, a plug-ugly," Sarah sneered, after she had exhausted herself of all calamitous forecasts of her own future and the future of her children in the absence of Saxon's weekly four dollars and a half.
Good People 88mins A YOUNG American couple make the calamitous decision to keep a bag of drugs money.
As this can mean both a sign of a momentous or calamitous event it seems an announcement on the location of the new Finham Park 2 school is imminent.
After months of confusion and increasingly heated street demonstrations over the latest austerity tax, Environment Minister Alan Kelly admitted mistakes in its calamitous introduction.
But taxpayers will not forget how a shocking shambles of a bidding process - which was scrapped by the Department for Transport due to calamitous errors - left them having to fork out a whopping PS40m.
The Brazilian centreback demanded to be substituted after two calamitous mistakes contributed to a 3-1 defeat against Rayo Vallecano.
Since their opening win over Mayo, Kildare have been on a horrendous run which was started with a loss to an understrength Cork side but was accelerated by their calamitous home defeat to Tyrone when conceding two late goals to lose by a point.
Eden Hazard scored from the spot and Demba Ba added two more amid calamitous defending by Spurs.
Six days after United's calamitous Capital One Cup semi-final defeat by Sunderland, Mata improved the mood around Old Trafford by helping to create Van Persie's opener as United kept in touch with the race for next season's Champions League.
CHELSEA goalkeeper PETR CECH has hailed Fernando Torres and sided with Joe Hart after the Manchester City stopper's latest calamitous episode, ahead of tonight's Capital One Cup tie at Arsenal.
13), four interesting letters are published regarding the governance of the town, three of which are in unison to the fact that they criticise Labour for the calamitous situation of our beloved Boro.
A calamitous event has just taken place just in front of a large number of people.