11 examples of Abjectly in a sentence
nonsensical nature of the plot by framing it all in the mind of a horror film director and you've got yourself an awful film.
The strong cast qualifies as another major asset: Louise Fletcher as the mad Dr. Erhardt, Shawn Weatherly as the fetching Dr. Kidwell, Frederick Flynn as hearty computer technician Tommy Shivers, Lu Leonard as gruff cook Ms. Cutter, and Miguel A. Nunez Jr. as
craven, spineless, sniveling janitor Wiley.
There is a sense among many Europeans, not just in the Netherlands, that they have been abandoned in a fast-changing world, that multi-national corporations are more powerful than nation-states, that the urban rich and highly educated do fine and ordinary folks in the provinces languish, while democratically elected politicians are not only powerless, but have
surrendered to these larger forces that threaten the common man.
While Adityanath has a strong local power base in the
poor eastern part of the state, which has supported his reelection five times, he has no administrative experience.
In the sequence about small hands, even an ear untuned to the subtleties of that pastoral might have caught (though in a version perverted by the
low level of the exchange) the famous line from e.e. cummings, the American Apollinaire: “Nobody, not even the rain, has such small hands.”
Some continue to struggle economically, but none is
poor – and some are booming.
But presuming to speak on behalf of many who do: we are
remorseful for inflicting Trump on you.
Yet when thousands or hundreds of thousands of people were exposed to mortal threats that he had the authority and duty to avert, alleviate, or at least announce, he failed
Forced secularization from above--relatively successful in the Soviet Union--failed
And that is a vast improvement on previous decades, when India, like most developing countries, was
poor, with an extremely low literacy rate, abysmal infrastructure, and a weak health system.
There was a sound of a discreet cough, and Juggut Singh waddled toward them, bowing abjectly, to whisper something to the Queen.