Ultimately, the price for ignoring council recommendations was punishingly
The fees that migrants pay recruiters can be punishingly
high, capturing as much as a third of their earnings.
Newspapers have been punishingly
fined or put out of business, and there is a long history of harassing, even arresting journalists for reporting what they have seen.
These types of market regulations, coupled with punishingly
high carbon taxes, would significantly affect profitability of LNG and FLNG developments.
The RBA has been taking insurance against a global slowdown, a softer labour market, a punishingly
high currency and lower prices for Australia's key commodity exports.
Dagnes is a pleasant guide and companion, whose accessible (sometimes chirpy) prose helps the lay reader to grasp what I suspect is a punishingly
dry canon of scholarship on political humor.
In particular there was a slight drop in the punishingly
high prices of electricity, water, housing and gas, which rose by 12.
Even after years of austerity the debt-to-GDP ratio will still be punishingly
The Titan series is "built to last", an essential requirement in a region with a punishingly
So now Hirose had on top of punishingly
trying preparations for her third-year students' college-entrance exams the problem of her suicidal mother, rescued from the mountaintop, but obviously not to be entrusted with any stretch of time alone.
Higher education is now punishingly
expensive with fees costing as much as pounds 9,000 a year even before you factor in little matters of affording rent and food.
And most of those were caused by high inflation that forced the monetary authorities to maintain punishingly
high interest rates.