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But were the gains for the Conservatives down to faith in the opposition party, or disillusionment with Labour?
Even if there is disillusionment with the past, you can and will, within two years, be reshaping your entire life - and loving absolutely every minute of it.
The narrative, interrupted by prose-poem interludes, chronicles the struggles of the Joad family's life on a failing Oklahoma farm, their difficult journey to California, and their disillusionment once they arrive there and fall prey to a parasitic economic system.
When the war was over, tremendous disillusionment and anger set in.
Football bosses must be aware of the growing disillusionment at the Glens and Linfield towards the cross-border tournament.
The story of how this aviation pioneer paved the way for the Wright brothers' wild success in Europe, his own further advances in aeronautics, and his sad disillusionment with WW I make a compelling story for YAs on up.
At a time when disillusionment with politics, both local and national, is at an all-time low, it is vital that we get the youth of today involved.
I have been employed by Welsh Water for the past seven years and throughout this time the feeling of uncertainty and disillusionment as to how the business is being run has been vast.
That said, the performers mostly acquit themselves: John Barrowman is a dashing, confident interpreter of "Marry Me a Little" and George Hearn an effortless chronicler of midlife disillusionment with "The Road You Didn't Take.
Richburg does break new ground, however, in his disillusionment with black leaders, scholars, and others who have sought in recent years to put Africa at the core of the black experience in America.