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Patients must adhere to a demandingly regular drug regimen that carries plenty of side effects.
Those same lines that concluded Kanafani's novella, echoing from the desert desolation, resound again, some forty-four years later, no less desolately but every bit as demandingly, in the memoir by former Guantanamo detainee Moazzam Begg, Enemy Combatant (2006), who recals one of his many transports to yet another interrogation during what the "British Muslim" describes as the "most profound and difficult period of my life to date" (xiv):
The seats can be adjusted electronically to provide an excellent amount of lumbar support and no matter how demandingly you drive it is never tiring.
Bonkbusters are really about female empowerment and it's unusual enough that JJ Salem is a bloke, writing quite specifically for this most demandingly female end of the market.
He continues to see an image of those boundaries and limits, but as I suggested in my piece, the closer he looks, and the more demandingly he reasons, he will find that those limits are just not there, where he sees them.
Andy Haynes'' four-year-old clearly loves the Sussex sea air, having also finished second four times at the demandingly tight circuit.
Andy Haynes' four-year-old clearly loves the Sussex sea air, having also finished second four times at the demandingly tight circuit.
Andy Haynes' four-yearold clearly loves the Sussex sea air, having also finished second four times at the demandingly tight circuit.
Young blue tits for example, line up together perched on a branch a few feet from your feeders quivering their wings demandingly, waiting to be fed.
I want to go home," says my daughter demandingly, "I want to go home right now".
Generous landing areas off the tee, a handful of forced carries to uphill targets and demandingly undulating greens Last year's winner Geoff Ogilvy won the first Accenture at Ritz-Carlton, producing some stunning golf to beat Paul Casey 4 and 3 in the final.
However emotionally volatile and demandingly needy she could be, she also was engaging, witty, profoundly caring at times, and charming.