, the one election not criticised by the opposition and international critics was the 1993 UNTAC election.
More4/Channel 4 show The Trial Of Tony Blair (pictured) was ironically
followed hours later by the arrest of Blair aide Ruth Turner
, accusations in the New York Times (June 3 and June 4, 1921) that the ABB was involved in the Tulsa riot gave the organization much-needed publicity, which greatly increased their numbers.
I will start my career--which, ironically
, is in the financial services industry--during the summer.
Their Web site now services fans across the globe, and, ironically
, they've become hugely popular with men as well.
The ever-present telescreen could, ironically
, become an emblem of citizen empowerment.
, the sense of ultimate inwardness that Harold Bloom argues is achieved by the best art is most evident in the sculptures, in which impulsive gesture fades to a subliminal suggestion, and the determined force evident in the works on paper seems muted, a melancholy residue.
"Criminal Justice Abstracts Online" is, ironically
, only available in print for at least the next year.
In fact, to counteract any such bias, in the last chapter, somewhat ironically
, he describes some unacceptable, but legitimate, views of Jesus.
That very same wood built into the ark is currently being used for something that is ironically
incorporated with some of the harshest stereo types, yet was created for virtually the same cause.
Anto reluctantly agrees to writes a love letter for Dario to Madame Raphaelle ironically
, the underwater conversation includes Gunther calling Flip "such a baby!" referencing back to the Pakistani-baby story and the image of the helplessly swaddled infant (21 I).