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Have you noticed that it is the most civilised gentlemen who have been the subtlest slaughterers, to whom the Attilas and Stenka Razins could not hold a candle, and if they are not so conspicuous as the Attilas and Stenka Razins it is simply because they are so often met with, are so ordinary and have become so familiar to us.
The Andersons and the Cummings have hunted so incessantly in the neighborhood of the Cape, that these animals have migrated to the equator, where they are often met with in large herds.
A pre- or post-natal diagnosis of Down syndrome is all too often met with abject horror; Gifts provides a different, positive-focused perspective.
For insight into this trend, see Girls Coping with Trauma are Often Met with Harsh Discipline at School by Think Progress.
A polite suggestion that they should have lights is often met with a two-finger response and abuse, so I suggest the only answer is that the police spend a couple of nights catching the culprits - it won't be difficult - and taking away their bikes.
They claim when they approach motorists illegally parking they are often met with aggression and abuse.
Moreover, the containers of long heavy vehicles and the long car carriers have no specifications and there is also absence of safeguards and lights on the sides and rear of these long vehicles, due to which the motorcyclists are often met with deadly and fatal accidents while passing long vehicles on the highways.
Kiai said that much of his visit focused on the Black Lives Matter movement, in which people protesting discrimination and police violence against African-Americans were often met with riot police and high numbers of arrests.
The reality is that, despite the hype and clever PR, the performance of her ventures have often met with less than stellar success.
Taking her place as the Urdd's Day President yesterday she admitted her efforts at singing and reciting at the Urdd Eisteddfod were often met with disappointment as she failed to get through the preliminary stages.
Hollywood's efforts to tap into the Chinese marketplace are driven by great promise but often met with great frustration.
THE subject of sex addiction is often met with derisory sniggers from those who doubt whether it is even a genuine psychological condition.