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In reality, we live in such an information driven world that such understanding as we have will go adrift alongside the multiplicity of needs we have in a far from perfect society.
Then lines go adrift, the "corpse" wanders back absent-mindedly, carrying a blunderbuss, while paintings fall from the walls, doors fall off at strategic moments, and the leading lady in a red flapper dress is hauled out upside down through a broken window frame with her knickers showing, whilst a demented ASM chucks torn up white paper into the set to suggest a snow storm.
The Love Boat will not go adrift if you grab the controls and steer your moves into happy ports.
But when the budgets began to go adrift at HEFT, we governors were told that, except at Good Hope Hospital, the emerging deficits were 'Non-Pay'.
He further said that PPP being a Federal party won't allow the important project of CPEC to go adrift or is made controversial but rights of the people of Balochistan and other all Fedrating Units has to be protected under every circumstance.
"Then we can get ready for that next stretch of games because they will be massive, We can't go adrift of teams because we have been here before."
that we should meet again this month was because each country might lose interest and (the talks) would go adrift," Amari wrote.
Organizations go adrift from their original purpose, forget their organizational DNA-and then, at the time of reckoning, they do not even recognize their original selves.
One might ask, when did I go adrift? (pun intended)
Times may be good at present with higher milk prices and production generally flying but it can be easy to forget that things can go adrift again very quickly.
Such "special topics" abound in Furuness's novel: separation, sexual angst, adults who go adrift. Yet to his credit, these topics aren't treated as set pieces.
Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., ranking minority member of the subcommittee, asked McRaith whether the FIO is making sure that American International Group does not go adrift again."