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Defended calamitously against Burnley on Boxing Day and was rightly subbed at half-time.
Knocked down in her 500m final on the opening Saturday of the Games, Christie swiftly re-focused on the 1500m, which ended in her sliding calamitously into the barriers on the final bend of her semi-final.
(162) The abortion-minded woman is thus warned that she who "becomes a participant in the destruction of her own offspring" steps down from this high place and is no longer "the appropriate representative of a refined age, a model of purity, [and] the center of honor and affection," as child-murder "was not the intention of the Deity with regard to woman." (163) Perhaps even more calamitously, as we have seen, the Report warns the woman who ignores "the course marked out for her by Providence" and "yields to the pleasure, but shrinks from the pains of responsibilities of motherhood" that she can expect to descend "into old age like a withered tree, stripped of its foliage, with the stain of blood upon her soul; she dies without the hand of affection to smooth her pillow." (164)
How calamitously so high a merit is impaired, by faults of execution, will be seen in an examination of The Tragic Mary" (Johnson, p.
But the GOP could, in essence, recognize that the voters of Alabama made a choice, and even if Republicans nationwide viewed it as a calamitously bad choice, Moore is still a senator until the end of his (shortened) term.
Now, as contradictory accounts about elements of the ambush are trickling out, frustrated members of Congress are demanding answers about how a shadowy mission in a remote region of Africa ended so calamitously. In the current telling, the US soldiers " a 12-member Army Special Forces team " were patrolling with 30 troops from Niger when the ambush took place.
Tandy had welcomed back Alun Wyn Jones to the line-up and also fielded Rhys Webb and Dan Biggar in an attempt to succeed where Leinster had failed so calamitously the previous weekend.
[26] obtained the cost value after using the Meanshift [27] algorithm to segment the image, which revises ASW algorithm performance calamitously in repetitive texture regions and discontinuous regions.
The arches will form the core of a decidedly 21st century structure, replacing, resurrecting and restoring the 19th century bridge, which was calamitously damaged in last year's Boxing Day floods.
And every one of these efforts has failed, often calamitously. Minimum wages are raised--only to spur higher unemployment.
But as the treacherous Chinesa picked off the leading contenders - Vincenzo Nibali, Sergio Henao, Richie Porte and, calamitously, Britain's Geraint Thomas all hit the deck when they were well-placed to make the podium - the Brits trailed home in no man's land between the medals and the peloton.
But as the treacherous Chinesa picked off the leading contenders - Vincenzo Nibali, Sergio Henao, Richie Porte and, calamitously, Britain's Geraint Thomas all hit the deck when they were wellplaced to make the podium - the Brits trailed home in no man's land between the medals and the peloton.