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Xbox One S "Battlefield 1" 500GB bundle is now available for $249 instead of $299
Data Plan 100 offers 7 GB of data at QAR 50 a month instead of QAR 100.
Just rinsing the shower or bath instead of scrubbing it
Call a friend who has a positive spirit, and de- stress instead of keying in the words.
For the air-conditioned sleeper, Khyber Mail would charge Rs 4,000 instead of Rs 5370 from Karachi to Lahore, Tezgam Rs 4000 instead of Rs 5370 from Karachi to Lahore, Karachi Express Rs 4,000 instead of Rs 5370 from Lahore to Karachi, Tezgam from Rawalpindi to Karachi Rs 4700 instead of Rs 6300 and Jaafer Express will charge Rs 4490 instead of Rs 6300 from Quetta to Karachi.
Focus on those things you can get the biggest bang for the change," he says, like cutting out soda and other sweetened beverages; eating out once a month instead of five times; going for a walk or bike ride three nights after dinner instead of plopping down in front of the TV.
And instead of offering their own reforms, they spin modest test- score improvements and take credit for the public's willingness to pay for better schools.
Instead, I am a slave-driver, impatient and hurried, wondering why I can't manage to get this music up to tempo or that essay formed correctly, instead of accepting that maybe things are progressing exactly as they should.
They use a new electric lift and transfer instead of the older pneumatic system.
Why are we typing into computers and tied to our televisions instead of dancing in the streets?
Instead of teaching theology, Lewis said, he wanted to tell children a story, one that might strip away centuries of "stained glass and Sunday school"--and, I suppose, the fears of watchful librarians--and reveal the emotional core of the gospels.
Instead of pursuing the point, though, we moved on to Vonnegut's own witness of the firebombing of Dresden, the book's Cold War and Cuban Missile Crisis context, the remarkable and ironic invention of a lexicon, religion, history, and people, the Judeo-Christian imagery (coupled with a reading of the biblical Book of Jonah), the unreliable narration, and the original prose style and organization.