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Andrew Bernstein's new novel, A Dearth of Eagles, is a riveting story about Bulgarian freedom fighters in the late 1980s.
Rawal, who is a member of the Lok Sabha, elected on a Bharatiya Janata Party ticket, says that there is a "big dearth of writers" in Bollywood.
After Mir, Ghalib, Iqbal, Faiz in poetry and Noor Jahan and Mehdi Hassan in music, the country could not produce any legend, he said and questioned why there was dearth of such legends these days.
Dearth claims that Hoodoo's operators failed to remove the metal bin from a spot near the tubing hill, didn't properly groom the hill to make it bump-free, and failed to maintain a safe barrier at the hill's sides to prevent tubers from being thrown outside of the lanes.
From April 2011 to March 2014, Dearth wrote herself unauthorized mileage checks, submitted reimbursement requests for personal expenses, made unauthorized charges to her credit union credit card and unauthorized payments to her husband, the newspaper reported.
Chenoy dismissed the argument that there was a dearth of vice- chancellors.
Dearth says one of his problems is that, as an executive of a German-based company "I am competing with my colleagues in India, China and South America, where prices for natural gas are much lower with a greater supply.
In the woods, Dearth has a daughter, a beautiful doting lass named Margaret (Jessica Berman), who calls him "Daddy" over and over again.
Prompted by a blossoming tourism industry and the dearth of a community network, Morrison created GayStay.
Noting that the dearth of women in rural Canadian government seems more connected to the dearth of women candidates than sexism on the part of the voters, Carbert (political science, Dalhousie U.
HRC passed on a joint venture acquisition of a Class A, 150,000 s/f office building in 2003 due to a lackluster marketplace and a dearth of available office space.
We are just beginning to take seriously the likely effects of climate change as regulations drag the construction sector into a world where the glut or dearth of water will be even more pronounced than it is now, and where heat and how to deal with it architecturally (the theme of this issue) will assume ever greater importance.