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A partisan home crowd were silenced in the second half as a smart finish from 17-year-old Jones was followed by a stunning free-kick from captain Lewis with Red Star Belgrade left to rue their wastefulness in front of goal.
The decision resonates with many Kenyans, who are disgusted with the wastefulness our leaders have been indulging in.
The Mourne men's wastefulness saw them relegated and there were further signs of that against Antrim.
The NHI has tried several strategies to eliminate such wastefulness, and some have proved effective, though not all.
This trajectory has exposed the wastefulness of such takemakedispose systems.
Anger, indifference and wastefulness should not get in the way of managing the country's affairs, Senator Grace Poe said in her Easter message.
About 870 million people go hungry daily, while the world indulges in such wastefulness.
BEN DUCKETT continues to feel the pain of his boozy wastefulness after he was axed from the England Lions squad to tour the West Indies.
Arun Gandhi and Bethany Hegedus's Be the Change: A Grandfather Gandhi Story (9781481442657, $18.99) provides a fine companion story to Grandfather Gandhi and tells of wastefulness and a service village that is filled with work that benefits all.
Wrexham dominated possession against a side three tiers below them in the pyramid, yet wastefulness and stoic defending from Stamford saw their FA Cup hopes vanquished at the first hurdle for the second season in succession.
We're all busy and it's easy to ignore such frivolousness, but when you consider the consequences of wastefulness and the amount it can hit your pocket, it's worth taking some time to think of some strategies that reduce wastefulness and teach your child some good habits early on.
Councils should recycle all types of plastic and end this wastefulness.