Good husband too. Although as time went on, somehow we forgot how to look at each other good traits and appreciating how much each did vital things for the family. We started holding little grudges and being peevish with each other. GOLDMAN: Absolutely. You know, I think what you’re seeing on golf courses is simply a reflection of his personality or at least the personality we see. He’s a smart and thoughtful young man.
Over the past year monks belonging to certain hardline Buddhist groups have led violent attacks against Muslims and Christians, a trend which has given rise to considerable concern among religious minorities in Sri Lanka. The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read about our approach to external linking..
CARROLL JR., Eugene J. Carroll Jr., a retired admiral, is deputy director of the Center for Defense Information in WashingtonHe Wasn a Man for Backslapping, But He Was Admirably Dogged and True : Washington: Our first President hadn the wit and fire of Jefferson, and even flunked romance. It his perseverance and probity we like.
The Washington Supreme Court, in a case examining the similarly worded telephone harassment statute, has defined “intimidate” to include “compel[ling] to action or inaction (as by threats),” Seattle v. Huff, 767 P.2d 572, 576 (Wash. 1989), but it did not provide a definition for the other proscribed purposes..
In this Oct. 18, 2011 photo, manta ray swims in the water, off Raja Ampat islands, Indonesia. Indonesia is now the world’s largest sanctuary for manta rays, after officials were persuaded by evidence that the gentle giants known for delighting tourists are worth more alive than dead.
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Youth access programmes have also been widely supported by the tobacco industry,43 perhaps because they reinforce the industry’s key marketing message that “smoking is for adults”, which arguably makes smoking even more attractive to teens.44 The industry has widely publicised its own youth access programmes, such as “It’s the Law”, “We Card”, and “Action Against Access”. Some5,45 have argued that the industry programmes are “bad” in comparison with the “good” programmes run by health groups because they do not include vigorous enforcement efforts. To the general public, however, these programmes are indistinguishable (fig 2)..