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For hooks it is such efforts which may assist the path of eventually realizing the calamitously sought, social justice.
Facing widespread criticism for a game plan that seemed to fail calamitously, the Madrid press have not held back in blaming Benitez for a second straight defeat that left them six points adrift of their arch rivals at the top of La Liga.
Underwater, we would encounter light and sound in different forms from their manifestations above water; we also encountered the same waves and currents that affected us on land in different forms--sometimes more forgiving, like the wave one can dive or swim through safely in deep water before it breaks calamitously in the shallows, and sometimes not.
The Sunderland owner took to Saturday's matchday programme to address issues that have arisen since the beginning of the Premier League season, which had seen his club lose calamitously to Leicester and Norwich City.
Only half way through the novel do readers learn that Erik and Thorn are living in some proximity to one another and that their paths might calamitously cross.
But he should not be forced to fail so calamitously that a destabilized Russia destabilizes the region.
All the good works made possible by higher education are calamitously wasted in the pursuit of profit.
Since 9/11, we have witnessed a calamitously repressive series of well-coordinated attacks against scholars who have dared to challenge the national consensus on U.
I'll wait, I thought, until something goes calamitously wrong - as it surely will.
The Arsenal manager will, however, know this side are a completely different beast to the hesitant, not-sure-what-we-are-about team that fell so calamitously, with the likes of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who is line for a return for the first time since that Villa defeat, and Olivier Giroud only strengthening an already buzzing Arsenal squad.
It's a have your cake and eat it too effort for the administration, as they try to placate moderates with empty promises of a brief, meaningless war that they don't need to think too much about, while reassuring their hawkish backers that once the war starts there is already plan in place, however vague, to go calamitously farther.
This British mania for reliving past glories would be merely pathetic if it had not become plain how calamitously it can impact the present.