They were concerned that Syria will fall prey to
actors whose agenda has nothing to do with Syria if violence continued, " Ban's press office said in a statement.
Smoothing volatility with safe and low-yielding investments such as bonds and money funds may likely fall prey to
the effects of inflation, which has grown an average rate of 3.9%, since 1948, according to the U.S.
In this elusive pursuit of physical and technical perfection, the studio transforms into a carnival of funhouse mirrors, where the eye and mind insidiously fall prey to
daily warping of the self-image.
The point becomes not to fall prey to
a binary structuring (something tastes good or bad) or an occluding tautology (strawberries taste like strawberries) but to fully experience eating without losing that sensation's immediacy.
Regardless of whether it's true, a publication of your type and coverage should not fall prey to
such yellow and morbid journalism found in the story [about drug dealers smuggling cocaine inside dogs' bellies, "Point of View," April 2005].
Presently, there is a lack of large-scale studies that rely on objective measures over self-reporting, which is less reliable and may fall prey to
widely-held beliefs that exercise promotes sleep.
North Cork has been hit by a wave of fraudulent emails claiming to be from banks, raising concerns that people may fall prey to
the criminals behind the scam.
Starting Out: Alekhine's Defence is an extensive guide for intermediate to advanced chess players to the controversial oppening in which Black attacks from its very first move, seeking to provoke White into a central pawn formation that will fall prey to
a deadly counterattack.
Tokyo stocks slip, fall prey to
Makinde: Millions of African people go hungry every day and food productivity continues to fall prey to
had weather, pests and diseases.