George Green", Dallas-Texas, 9 de septiembre de 1971, en University of Texas at Arlington Library (UTAL
), Arlington (Texas)-Estados Unidos, Seccion Texas Labor Archives, Fondo Oral History Project, OH Documento 19.
Writer Taslima Nasrin has once again raised the ire of officials in her native Bangladesh with her new book, Utal
Hawa Pol (Wild Wind).
All copies of the book - 'Utal
Hawa' (Strong Breeze) - have been seized and Bangladesh's home ministry has banned all sales, preservation and publication of the Bengali-language work.
The glossy rhetoric of the "new corrections," where prisoners were called "residents," prison guards "supervisors," and cells "rooms," was favorably compared to the br utal
and dehumanizing prison culture in Britain that had long proved resistant to reform.
The bodice was so close-fitting that we were worried it wasn't going to fit - I had to be br utal
to pull the edges together.
The terms utal
and utampu 'body' are opposed to yakkai '(created) body' and tekam 'body'; uruvu and uruvam 'form' are opposed to vativum idem.
Studies by Roby (1987), Roby and Utal
(1988), and Lawrence (1987) on union stewards offer a more contemporary examination of the concerns and experiences of women in local leadership.
The statement also explained that its business is being wound down because "ITRA's principal, Mr Peter Utal
, fell very ill two and a half years ago".