1. We gained a rich supply of data which would normally be inaccessible.
2. The horrors he experienced are imprinted, perhaps indelibly, in his brain.
3. What we need is not manifestos of pious intentions, but real action.
4. The subsidies are designed to cushion farmers against unpre-dictable weather.
5. The emotional wounds of early childhood leave ineradicable scars.
6. Happiness, which had been so elusive in Henry's life, still evaded him.
7. Schools are booting out record numbers of unruly pupils.
8. The public has an insatiable appetite for stories about the famous.
9. Her death will be an impossible burden on Paul.
10. Harry thought the sight of her was inexpressibly poignant.