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And what's sort of ironic about all of this is that Trump always likes to say that Twitter helped make him become president, but Twitter could actually now be the undoing of his presidency."
Though it's a fast-paced story, The Undoing of Saint Silvanus also contains moments of introspection--both for Jillian and for the reader--that are among its strongest scenes.
THE Government has been accused of "undoing 50 years of comprehensive public education at a stroke" as plans to turn every school in England into an academy are expected to be unveiled in today's budget.
For Beckett, life was a matter of doing time, while writing was a way of undoing it.
ART'S UNDOING: IN THE WAKE OF A RADICAL AESTHETICISM is recommended for literature and philosophy and arts holdings alike and offers college-level readers a survey of radical aestheticism, which describes a recurring event in 19th-century British literary texts.
As mixers go, nothing quite matches the heady – and unusual – cocktail of theatre and the pub in The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart.
"I want to be a senator that is so busy undoing that I don't have time to do anything more to you than has already been done to us over the last decades," she said at a campaign stop.
Undoing Kalabagh dam means undoing Pakistan as Bhasha dam was most complicated project and world bank had refused to provide loan for it , he added.
At the High Court yesterday Lyttle, now living in a hotel, was ordered to pay pounds 283,026, pounds 10,000 in legal costs and given an injunction to prevent him undoing the repairs.
In "Undoing The Silence: Six Tools For Social Change Writing" she draws upon her more than forty years of experience and expertise to create a kind of instruction manual teaching the reader the power of a personal voice that can enable any citizen to effect change in our society through the use of the written word.
Presentations will include a case study in working with an architect, obtaining Landmarks Permits, locating furnishings that blend old and new, and undoing a previous owner's mistakes.
I fear that they may place too implicit a confidence in their public servants, and fail properly to scrutinize their conduct; that in this way they may be made the dupes of designing men, and become the instruments of their own undoing."