And nothing short of a World Cup victory, writes Alex Massie will change that fate.
Alex Massie on how Britain's unruly mob helps the prime minister.
But, as Alex Klein writes, it already fails to capture our real unemployment woes.
Now, says Alex S. Jones, a longtime observer of The New York Times Company, their future looks even dimmer.
His mother had worked with Alex, and they were part of the group he was with at the theater that horrific night.
Rob turned to whisper a question to Alex, but even as he did so he felt John clutch him by the arm.
And Alex was not in the least jealous of her sister's popularity.
I dont understand, Alex said, peering through the curtain, why he should want to do anything to us.
Norah looked at Alex as if she might be expected to agree to this.
Alex felt with melancholy satisfaction that at least it was real life, as she had always imagined it, full of drama and tragedy.
1. A polymorphic language being developed by Stephen Crawley
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