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Nevertheless I am far from regarding myself as one of those privileged ones to whom the Ved refers when it says, that "he who has true faith in the Omnipresent Supreme Being may eat all that exists," that is, is not bound to inquire what is his food, or who prepares it; and even in their case it is to be observed, as a Hindoo commentator has remarked, that the Vedant limits this privilege to "the time of distress."
"No, that was another commentator, whom the papers named.
It is rather a moment when the commentator should step forward.
As for the [Greek] of line 143, no commentator ancient or modern has been able to say what was intended--but whatever they were, Melanthius could never carry twelve shields, twelve helmets, and twelve spears.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has asked it's contracted 2019 World Cup commentators to observe restraint while commenting, in order to ensure fairness during criticism.
The script (commentators) dedicated the Pakistan Day parade to sacrifices of workers of the Pakistan Movement, founder of the nation Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Dr Allama Muhammad Iqbal and other leaders of the Movement and martyrs and fighters of Pakistan who are guarantee of country's freedom.
All the commentators and teams playing that day will wear Golden Ribbon synonymous with Childhood Cancer Awareness.
KORAT/THAILAND -- India's leading Hindi commentators have paid rich tributes to another broadcaster Jasdev Singh, who died in Delhi on Tuesday.
DAVID Johnstone of Falkirk (Record Readers, Thursday) claims that the biased media and commentators keep on ramping up England's chances at the World Cup.
With him in the stand are Torsten Kuehlhorn, Stephen Leuschner, Jonas Junker, Martin Lechelt and Jerome Haack - all unpaid volunteer commentators at this match in the third tier of the Bundesliga.
With so much basketball showing on TV, it's inevitable that there are certain words, phrases and cliches used repeatedly by commentators, players or coaches when they're in front of the camera.