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|3 Would it be possible to stand still on one spot more majestically — while |
simulating a triumphant march forward — than it is done by ... 9 Parliament must
not be told a direct untruth, but it's quite possible to allow them to mislead
|In his memoirs, Tebbit lambasted the BBC for its coverage of the Falklands War: '|
For me the British Broadcasting Corporation might ... 5 Parliament must not be
told a direct untruth, but it's quite possible to allow them to mislead themselves.
|Or do you stand there, Simon-pure, saying "I must tell Parliament exactly how far |
we've gone"? Rather than risk ... Parliament must not be told a direct untruth but
it's quite possible to allow them to mislead themselves.' In his chairman's office at
|Cromwell, Oliver The House of Commons starts its proceedings with a prayer. |
The chaplain looks at the ... Pym, John Parliament must not be told a direct
untruth, but it's quite possible to allow them to 2 mislead themselves. - Tebbit,
|Our present articles of association say that the rate of interest shall not exceed 8 |
per cent., but here the directors take ... Here it says that the managing director
shall cause true accounts to be kept in such form as the board may direct, &c. ...
This is done to take the whole power out of the hands of the shareholders and to
trick them in every possible way. ... There was so much untruth in this present
combination that I warned Mr. Colvin that such an attempt might be made, and
told him to ...
|Clara Pikyune's triple creases—on brow and cheeks and nose—knotted |
themselves thoughtfully. “Five! ... Is there any good reason why boys and girls
should not receive direct, practical training in citizenship during their school life?
If not, is ...
|They are not total ahstainers, but sobriety is the rule among them, and |
drunkenness the rare exception. ... struggle the Boers must fight against
overwhelming odds, against a foe outnumbering them in the proportion of four or
five t.o one. ... the practice of what is known in the parlance of South Africa as “
sniping,” from its resemblance to certain methods of killing game. To “ snipe” an
enemy means to pick ofi' a man as often as possible from some stray or detached
column, the “ sniper" ...
|There are five cheap, easy things we can do to fix the problem. Bad Pharma takes a big dirty secret out into the open, and will provide a single focus for concerns people have both inside and outside medicine.|
|Ben Goldacre puts the $600bn global pharmaceutical industry under the microscope. What he reveals is a fascinating, terrifying mess. ***Now updated with the latest government responses to the book***|