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It was not until the second half of the twentieth century that we learned of the potential horrors of institutional life; using Shakespeare's words, "This was the most unkindest cut of all.
And he may need to beat current world champion Gary Anderson to survive the unkindest cut in darts.
For the beleaguered finance minister, George's stand may appear like the unkindest cut since George has been acting as his right hand man.
Hence, the film titled "Plastic" is dismissed as "a cheap knockoff." On "The Scribbler," the critic says "someone should have scribbled a better script." The review of "Space Station 76" advises that cast and crew "are lost in space." One exasperated critic for the New York Times scolds in his review of "Swim Little Fish Swim" that too many young filmmakers "have a camera or tape recorder but little insight to put into it." "Not Cool" draws the unkindest cut of all: "No one involved with it should ever be allowed to work in the movies again."
His topics are in the beginning, the Witwatersrand Old Hebrew community; the battle to live, breathe, and grow 1902-12; Chief Rabbi 1912; the beginning of the Great War; a pause for the Balfour Declaration; the grand tour; defending the office; home and away 1924-25; a pause for calendar reform 1924-31; the unkindest blow; difficult times; the road to disaster; an even worse war; and the final years.
That was the most unkindest cut of two that happened in the space of as many days.
This was the unkindest cut of all because the Swans are lame ducks away from home and were heading only one way - and that was down table.
And, even for a drama oft criticised for being too bloody and violent, that was the unkindest cut of all.
| There was then a gorgeous on-drive off Shannon Gabriel before what, for the crowd, was the unkindest cut of all.
So, far from being the "unkindest cut of all" this is a sensible costsaving measure in line with many other councils that reduce or even cease collecting garden waste in the winter months.
And axing housing benefit for those in most desperate need of it is the unkindest cut of all.
Brutus and Cassius play out their strategies through words, and listening to the actors makes you realise how much Shakespeare contributed to our everyday language: "the dogs of war", "it was Greek to me" and "this was the most unkindest cut of all".