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If he have found his centre, the Deity will shine through him, through all the disguises of ignorance, of ungenial temperament, of unfavorable circumstance.
It is one of the many methods in which they employ this weapon, and the accuracy of aim which they achieve, even under the most unfavorable circumstances, is little short of miraculous.
Certain seeds which are required to find a nidus for themselves under unfavorable circumstances have been supplied by nature with an apparatus of hooks, so that they will get a hold on very unreceptive surfaces.
Notwithstanding these unfavorable circumstances, and notwithstanding some very unequal laws in the British code, it cannot be said that the representatives of the nation have elevated the few on the ruins of the many.
She said they perform duty in unfavorable circumstance, leaving behind their families and children, and travel in public transport bearing fares from their own pocket but for no avail.
I feel very bad that we've created such an unfavorable circumstance ahead of the elections,'' Gemba told a meeting of top policymakers from local DPJ organizations two days after 16 lawmakers affiliated with former party leader Ichiro Ozawa launched a revolt.
But they had all retreated to Bataan, and he was unable to join them due to unfavorable circumstances," she said.
decides not to launch counteroffensive in such unfavorable circumstances,' Cancian concludes.
From another point of view, they are a lot more like "victims" who simply succumbed to use dangerous drugs due to unfavorable circumstances in life particularly poverty.
But he later on proved that he could keep him alive even during unfavorable circumstances.
The LCCI President Abdul Basit saidwhile highlighting the aims and objectives of the event of LCCI 2ndExport Trophy, said that business community deserves appreciation as they aredoing well despite unfavorable circumstances.
Despite their unfavorable circumstances, the Dutch have managed to adapt themselves quite well to water.