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a state sanctioned work break any the clock, and media beam ceaselessly.
He thanks all Nigerians who have prayed ceaselessly for his recovery and well-being since the beginning of the health challenge.
By ceaselessly continuing its expansion, Turkish Airlines has now added Samara flight to its existing services in Russia, such as to Moscow, St.
I, with many of my industry peers, will continue to work ceaselessly towards making this profession not only more attractive to newcomers, but also more accessible.
Rain began minutes before 1330 hours and continued ceaselessly for around 45 minutes.
The exhibition includes works made between 1980 and 2015, organized into four sections: "Auto-Generated Forms," which includes the early pigment piles and the artist's signature optical devices; "Many Kinds of Beauty," in which soulful pristine geometries (including When I Am Pregnant, 1992) will appear with more grotesque and scatological forms; "Time," which features the pulchritudinous red dome At the Edge of the World, 1998; and "Unpredictable Forces," which returns to themes of self-generation and fantasies of the "autonomous expression of matter," as demonstrated by the mechanical arm of My Red Homeland, 2003, grinding ceaselessly through mountains of oily, pigmented wax.
Any human casualties in this war against dedicated NHS medics will be the fault of neo-Thatcherite politics, not the men and women who toil ceaselessly in the National Health Service.
In his message, the President of the Republic expressed his heartfelt condolences and his sincere feelings of compassion following the death of poet Sghaier Ouled Ahmed who, he stressed, "had embraced the concerns of the Tunisian people, shared their sorrows and campaigned ceaselessly for their freedom and their dignity.
I am sorry, but I think I destroyed about three billion biscuits" Former Tory minister Michael Portillo, who worked as a biscuit packer for a TV show "I can get away with walking around with a cap and sunglasses and no-one recognises me" TV chef Rick Stein, who nevertheless admits that "being famous can be fun" "He looks ineffectual, the very epitome, stubbled, vested and fully equipped with cycle clips, of the minor middle-class revolutionaries to be found in junior common rooms" Sir Bernard Ingham on Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn "The vast majority of autobiographies are little more than selfies made script - people ceaselessly posing and preening" Writer Julie Burchill
Dallaire is well known for his own traumatic experiences and subsequent support of PTSD victims, while Kokkonen has been National President of the Canadian Peacekeeping Veterans Association over six years and has worked ceaselessly in support of veterans' issues.
The Israeli regime has been ceaselessly breaching the Cairo-brokered ceasefire accord signed with Palestinian resistance factions in the wake of last summer's aggression on the blockaded Gaza Strip.
He loved the way nature ceaselessly encroached on civilization: "There is something indescribably inspiriting and beautiful in the aspect of the forest skirting and occasionally jutting into the midst of new towns.