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BEIRUT: When the Nusra Front relayed its demands to the wife of captured policeman Ali Bazal this week, she came to a startling realization, one that has already fanned the flames of anger among the families of the captured servicemen blocking roads and burning tires along Bekaa Valley highways.
Sympathetic neural activity mediates the human body's fight-or-flight responses to maintain homeostasis following situations perceived as startling or dangerous.
Shafiq Ahmad disclosed the startling news about siphoning of commodities provided to masses of Balochistan under subsidy meant for providing relief, to Afghanistan and open markets.
Despite her Olympics campaign being dogged by accusations of doping, the 16-year-old put in a startling performance in the 200m individual medley, securing her place as one of the heroes of the Games so far.
We don't have a DNA sample but when you look at the pictures, the resemblance is startling.
Deano tries to talk Chelsea (Tiana Benjamin) into handing the CCTV tape to the police, but she loses possession of the evidence, leading Kevin to make a startling discovery.
Chelsea loses possession of the CCTV tape, leading Kevin to make a startling discovery.
Perhaps the most startling statistic produced by the 1987 report is that 66 percent of the office workers surveyed operate a computer terminal attached to a mainframe or to a personal computer.
The idea of ancient astronauts is perhaps not new; but the evidence is startling and convincingly presented.
On a recent expedition to the Foja Mountains in New Guinea, Indonesia, scientists made a startling discovery.
ONE OF THEM, CLIFF THORNTON OF EFFICACY, MAKES THIS STARTLING STATEMENTS, FOLLOWED BY AN EQUALLY STARTLING SOLUTION .
Before his 1997 suicide, out Scottish singer Billy MacKenzie cut the startling 1982 new-wave classic Sulk (with his band Associates), cowrote Shirley Bassey's "The Rhythm Divine," and filled U.