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He warned of an indignant wave of violence, which will not halt at the boundaries of Jerusalem and Palestine, but will extend to many other places in the world, "the thing which we don't wish and no wise person will".
Indignant in the sense that abortion is a rip in the moral fabric that must be mended--that abortion is unworthy of us, a nation conceived in liberty-a mockery of all that we purport to stand for.
As Israel didn't allow Palestinians to perform Friday prayers at al-Aqsa mosque, thousands of indignant Muslims flocked to the streets after performing their prayers in the streets in old-Quds compound of Jerusalem, to protest Israel's cruel impediments and oppressions.
Richard Hannon, trainer of Indignant She's equally effective over six and seven furlongs and Pat Dobbs rode a lovely waiting race from the front when they beat Professor for a Listed prize at Salisbury last time.
That horse gave the form a massive boost when second in the Wokingham under a big weight and while Indignant is stepping back up to seven furlongs, she has shown ability over the trip before has a nice pull in the weights.
A successful return to action looks on the cards for INDIGNANT in the Betfred Astronomical PS10 Million Scoop6 Today Handicap (2.
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Before the indignant replies come in, do I believe Jock Brownlee's fully implemented socialism/communism would work?
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Greek indignant returned to protest austerity outside the parliament building for first time after several months on Sunday evening with a symbolic rally which ended in minor scuffles with police forces, a report said.
The Indignant Generation: A Narrative History of African American Writers and Critics, 1934-1960.
Internet formus and media were indignant at what they saw as a stealthy self-serving move on the part of Bulgaria's rulers.
This does not leave politicians much to get indignant about.