Word of the day

Comminatory – threatening, punitive, or vengeful; a clause inserted into a law, edict, patent, etc, describing a punishment that is to be imposed on delinquents, which, however, is not in practice executed with the rigor that is conveyed in the description, or not even executed at all.

One Response to Word of the day

  1. Andrei says:

    Like the sanctions that our Trans Tasman neighbours have just imposed on Russia, perhaps?

    It seems that Russia no longer will be able to buy weapons (like helicopter gunships?) or borrow money from Aussie Banks to punish her because the people of the Donbass wont surrender their lands for fracking by Hunter Biden’s company

    Vladimir Putin must be crying tears of frustration or not as the case maybe

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli have launched the construction of first part of Gazprom’s Power of Siberia pipeline- which will deliver 4 trillion cubic meters of gas to China over 30 years.

    “The gas pipeline ‘Power of Siberia’ will increase energy security and ensure Russia’s ability to fulfill export obligations,” Russian President Vladimir said at the ceremony in Yakutsk, Russia.

    The 3,968 km pipeline linking gas fields in eastern Siberia to China will be the world’s largest fuel network in the world. Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli called the project the world’s largest construction project, as investment from both countries will be more than $70 billion.

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