decadency


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"The Syrian official delegation expressed readiness to discuss all aspects of Geneva1 while the other delegation showed decadency and lied to the Syrian people," Mikdad said, shouldering it the responsibility of non-reaching any outcomes, having rejected the axiomatic principles of Syria's unity, independence, sovereignty, territorial integrity and working for restoring the occupied territories.
Although non-attachment, failure and fin-de-siecle decadency were his own deliberate and conscious choices to live by, at the bottom of his heart Puppy never ceased to long for genuine happiness, which he hoped to receive from and by Sarupa and which he feels she eventually deprived him of, thus reloading his postmodern spleen and bitterness:
Sensing the plight of Balochistan, Pakistan Army has risen to occasion and is bent on bringing a definite CHANGE in decades long decadency in Balochistan, just because it thinks that people of Balochistan are patriotic citizens and hence deserve a better future.
(129) In this way the historical foundations for emergent and starkly contrasting approaches to contemporary land claims are shown where legal precedent has increasingly established mixed decadency as a powerful disqualifier for recognition of land rights.
Paradoxically, within this decadency, the over-evaluation of tangible values on despised intangible values when conflicting between finally leads to the lowering and the real loss of the proper material value of the corresponding prevailing tangible values by themselves.