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I ended up knowing Spain when I, illogically, came to Spain for higher studies.
He emphasized that elections can only be run under equal opportunities, adding that, "it's illogically that Hamas is called for elections after being banned from exercising any political action in the West Bank" Nazal criticized connection made by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas that Palestinian Authority will return to reconciliation when the work of the Fatah Central Election Committee in Gaza is resumed.
Ministerial meetings are closer to absurd theater, where characters behave illogically and take stances that go beyond reason and all apparent meaning.
Proven handicap winners rated in the low 90s carrying less than 9st 4lb do best, while in recent years a high draw, illogically, has proven a big advantage.
The Andhra Pradesh High Court had earlier directed the CBI to check allegations made - mainly by other politicians - that Reddy's assets multiplied illogically fast while his father was the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh.
The ministry has illogically bought a derelict building for BD1.
Quite illogically,' Pearce writes, 'believing in the hockey stick has become synonymous with believing in the threat posed by climate change .
Talking to Daily Times, a PALPA spokesman said that the PIA had resorted to "outrageously ridiculous tactics of damaging its own image by illogically blaming the pilots for adopting the go-slow policy".
Worse, it impersonates logic while surreptitiously behaving illogically.
He said the High Level Political Mechanism's meeting was put off illogically last time and expressed dissatisfaction over the recommendation for crucial appointments in various constitutional bodies.
The criticisms come primarily from CONT members, who fault Jose Manuel Barroso for having handed out the portfolios inappropriately and having associated policy areas illogically.
Endless worthies queue up to add their two penn'orth to this outrage, to ask - somewhat illogically - "did our heroes die for this?