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I do suffer from terrible, indescribable bouts of depression at times but I've got to struggle on."
The personal satisfaction I get from a well-sorted sock drawer is indescribable. And a bit sad, if my kids' faces are anything to go by.
In an age of declining values, peace can remain indescribable if the values are not well propagated and communicated to society at large.
THE grieving family of one of the young men who died shortly after completing the Cardiff Half Marathon say they are suffering "indescribable pain" - but are determined to continue his legacy.
Summary: In the history, there are indescribable moments; one of them was the declaration of the United Arab Emirates.
Ruth Okello, an MSF midwife who has treated some of the survivors, called the latest spate of sexual violence "indescribable".
Existing staffers decry indescribable' workload Senior citizens appeal to govt for relief at passport office LAHORE:Applicants are facing a great ordeal owing to the shortage of staff at the Abbott Road passport office where several seats, including those of finger-printers and data entry operators, are lying vacant for the past two months, Pakistan Today has learnt.
"We ask that you give us time as a family to support each other through our indescribable pain.
The family of Harriet Forster have spoken of their "indescribable pain" following her death among the rock pools by an idyllic harbourside village.
Asked what effect Salah has on the team, Gomez said: "It is indescribable.
They couldnt explain it when they saw the infant, Jesus Christ, bundled there, but they knew in their hearts their search for the indescribable gift had ended.