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Nevertheless, the logic which governs and controls the conduct of the Lebanese party is similar to the logic that took Washington and Moscow to their quagmires.
But Haye's trainer and manager Adam Booth said: "It's still a bit premature at the moment, we're still swimming through the quagmire of boxing negotiations.
In Manila, Mark Twain wrote, America blundered into "a mess, a quagmire from which each fresh step renders the difficulty of extraction immensely greater.
The enemy knows that if it attacks Iran it will be trapped in a quagmire deeper than Iraq and Afghanistan, and they will have to withdraw with defeat", he told a parade in north-central Iran, without mentioning the US by name.
I live on Broadwell Road in Easterside and, like every other vehicle owner on this road, I have to endure the crossing of a 6ft piece of quagmire, mud and watery puddles - laughingly called a grass verge - that runs the full length on both sides.
Residential owners will begin to see mortgage payments rise with minimal salary growth--a mortgage quagmire being felt by some already.
military quagmire in Iraq on "I Was a Lover" ("We're just busy tempting, like fate's on the nod/running on empty, bourbon and god it's been a while since we knew the way/and it's been even longer since our plastic priest class/had a goddamned thing to say") to the simple want-you-to-want-me's of "Wolf Like Me.
Only if enough of us come to understand what happens behind closed doors in law practices and courtrooms can we do something to reform the practice of law in this country and establish a legal system that produces genuine justice and not just a quagmire of political games that makes 'justice' a prize to who ever can afford the best legal manipulation of the laws and the court system.
The challenge of communicating in the Middle East lies not just in the constant flux of the region's political quagmire or its religious significance, but also in the sheer heterogeneity of a region known oversimply as the Arab World.
It has become a quagmire of fresh and coagulated blood.