How To Use Kw In A Sentence

  • ‘The best place to make mercerized fabrics is still Italy, but they are very expensive,’ says Kwok.
  • I have found that a tool guided by a straight-edge, and "jiggered" backwards and forwards, makes by far the best lines for blind-tool work. Bookbinding, and the Care of Books A handbook for Amateurs, Bookbinders & Librarians
  • The interior of the suction device is sleeved with a nozzle unit device which can inject backwash water to a suction port and the low pressure area of the filter screen part.
  • He wears his cap backwards and spits rhymes with fierce energy and unbridled theatrics. The Harvard Crimson :: News
  • Police are again urging householders to secure their property after a theft from a house in Kirkwall.
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  • I went to the fountain and saw varieties of water plants like water lilies and duckweed.
  • Without these sagacities, the brickwork of the tambour, in addition to taking a very long time so that the concrete could dry up and solidify, would surely have been too heavy to support the dome.
  • The unposed, rather awkward-looking, front-on shots remind us that fashion is not all about celebrity and stylists.
  • But if there was no national style, there were local variations such as the monasteries and churches at Jarrow and Monkwearmouth in the seventh century. Early medieval architecture: a story of castles and churches
  • Kirkwall lifeboat was called out to a boat aground in the Rousay Sound on Sunday afternoon.
  • Trichuris was more prevalent in urban children, Ascaris and hookworm were more common in rural children, and hookworm was particularly rare in the urban area.
  • This company's workhorse is lemna, also known as duckweed-a tiny, aquatic clonal plant that doubles its biomass every 36 hours-and is skilled at making proteins that mammalian cells struggle, and often fail, to produce. News from The Scientist
  • Hopefully you'll sort any hitches so the whole wedding runs like clockwork. The Sun
  • What about the other evidence about him in the toilet pacing backwards and forwards, with expletives and asking everyone who came in for a line of drugs - speed?
  • Every single one of his intended blows was blocked and parried, even when the man tripped and fell backwards.
  • Meanwhile, Angela Brockway and other members of the reading group are struggling to carry on without their friend: There were about 14 of us who all used to sit round her big Victorian table in her conservatory with mugs of tea and coffee and piles of what we called 'posh' biscuits. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph
  • The Korea Skating Union suspended Lee Jung-su and Kwak Yoon-gy from all competitions until April 2013 as punishment for allegedly helping to fix competitions and national team tryouts in March, KSU official Kim Tae-wan said. Two South Korean Olympic medalists get 3-year skating ban
  • Wild silk or tussah comes from a wild species of moth, usually the tussah silkworm. HOME COMFORTS
  • The contrail went straight up, bisecting the Sun, forcing the crowd to squint and awkwardly block the Sun to see the contrail.
  • Let's remember, for example, how much talk there was during the early 1970s when Olga Korbut performed the backward somersault in tuck position on the beam.
  • We walked from behind a row of cars and along a walkway through the gardens.
  • Here and there a mother turned her head to call back anxiously for the bleating lambkin lost behind the white curtain; and, dim and grotesque, the awkward strayling would come gamboling into sight. Virginia: the Old Dominion
  • That most people walk in an ungraceful, ungainly and awkward manner with a forward inclination of the body does not mean that it is the normal way of walking.
  • Given the extremely backward state of Polish agriculture, its small farming businesses are expected to die like flies.
  • Drinkwise Day is mainly designed to educate people about the destructive effects of alcohol abuse.
  • After the clockwork of the watch was cleaned the watch kept perfect time.
  • For all its heart-thumping glory, it can also come with a heavy-duty helping of awkwardness and anxiety.
  • The awkwardness between them soon vanished when they began laughing and mocking the poorly produced film.
  • The atmosphere grew tenser and an awkward pause ensued.
  • If theyre taking money from ACORN, then why is Blackwater, and other thieving, lying companies funded by my tax dollars still receiving monies from the government. ACORN files lawsuit over loss of federal funding
  • Honsha carries are a sword with a snaky curved blade and a short dagger - like weapon with a slightly longer hilt and a blade curved backwards.
  • Lift your feet a few inches off the floor and slowly rock backwards and forwards. Healthy By Nature
  • Enemies struck by gunfire don't just fall over backwards; they jet blood like the lawn sprinkler in Hell, then collapse into a heap.
  • The Olympic village ran like clockwork. The Sun
  • Toyota Motor Corp. spokesman Bill Kwong says in an email that Toyota is also designing vehicles with 'front crush boxes, ' which are designed so they can be unbolted after a collision and replaced.
  • I was an artsy-craftsy bookworm; I never really knew what to do with dolls anyway other than change their outfits. Colleen Kane: Cabbage Patch Fever: 25 Years After
  • Every time that the backwoodsmen tried to stitch her up, though, she would outflank them. Times, Sunday Times
  • There were a few awkward social situations. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some weeds, such as chickweed, common groundsel, and bittercress, may germinate and grow at almost any time of year.
  • = -- The parasites found in food in this country are echinococcus, guineaworm, hookworm, trichina, and tapeworm. The Home Medical Library, Volume I (of VI)
  • People who knew Weisberg as a child recall a disheveled and awkward boy who habitually chewed on his shirt collar. One Smart Bookie
  • The landscape was well ordered with fields defined by hedges and ditches, trackways linking settlements, and unenclosed grazing areas beyond the more intensively used enclosed land.
  • Masked, they were dynamic, varied, and hilarious, so that their masks actually seemed to become their faces, despite their grotesqueness; unmasked, they were slow, hesitant, and awkward, as if ashamed of the material.
  • The authors conclude that spondylolysis is mainly the fatigue fracture due to locally increased stress and is contributing most by backward extension of lumbar spine.
  • Our mercenaries (Blackwater and Haliburton and their minion) will still be on the ground, interfering with the new government whenever it drifts from the preordained path carved out by the American government since The Carter Doctrine. CNN Poll: Americans overwhelming support moving US combat troops out of Iraqi cities
  • The egg extended obliquely backward across the fly's prosternum.
  • It's not just the flummery - the full-bottomed wigs, men walking backwards and so on - but the way this exercise in constitutional theatre is playing to the wrong audience.
  • A character is like an acrostic or Alexandrian stanza; - read it forward, backward, or across, it still spells the same thing.
  • There were a few awkward social situations. Times, Sunday Times
  • A huge black beacon waddled along, dragging a reluctant mass of iron at the end of its chain cable, followed by a roughly-built "flatty" and a huge log of silkwood. Confessions of a Beachcomber
  • For the Schlachtfest, Stralsunders gathered in hundreds, the women in their dirndls and men in old-fashioned suits, gobbling pig knuckle, leberwurst, knockwurst, dozens of waxy, greasy boiled potatoes, and of course, blutwurst. Blood Lite II: Overbite
  • The first fortnight will see closure of Slade Lane Junction to replace signalling equipment and trackwork, including switches and crossings.
  • Trackways found this year in South Korea show the marks of scores of tiny, milling brontosaurs, the size of calves. New Theories And Old Bones Reveal The Lifestyle Of The Dinosaur
  • Swing the near leg forward and backward. Times, Sunday Times
  • Kwa kweli tunajitahidi kila kukicha kujua hatma ya jumuwata. Global Voices in English » Tanzania: Dar es Salaam Armoury Explosion Death Toll Rises
  • It could start with a leaky eavestrough that ices up somebody else's walkway. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • He was the talisman, the cog in the clockwork that made the whole mechanism function.
  • A chance to fulfil your top ambition may come at an awkward time, but you'll make the most of it. The Sun
  • Formula One, by contrast, runs in a clockwise direction and only uses part of the oval.
  • The dichotomy between “forwardness” and “backwardness” is a scale constructed and enforced by the civilizer to validate his civilizing/colonial project. Hartzell and Lin lose on appeal
  • Fugro will receive tenders for the repair of 28 slopes and retaining walls in Kwun Tong, Wong Tai Sin and Sai Kung.
  • There was an awkward semicircle of wheeled vehicles arranged around the wreck, all black and white with lights on.
  • Blackwater, however, argued that the men were betrayed by the Iraqi Civil Defense Corps and targeted in a well-planned ambush. Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Blaming Blackwater For Grisly Deaths
  • By the 1960s, whites too had become avid fans of township jazz, which had sprouted into kwela's instrumental music and mbaqanga, a vocal jazz style.
  • Whether or not it is so, it is still funny that out of all things they prefer chickweed.
  • How the books (not having been chosen with reference to this great event) were of awkward sizes, and did not make comfortable paving for the bottom of the trunk; whilst folded stockings may be called the packer's delight, from their usefulness to fill up corners. Mrs. Overtheway's Remembrances
  • Some of the country is like England, undulating, rolling, well-cultivated fields, enclosed with pailings which overlap each other and would be awkwardish obstacles in a hunting country; but one misses, like abroad, the cattle -- we saw one or two stray cows, but little else. A Lady's Life on a Farm in Manitoba
  • Other locals include yarrow, pussytoes, mallow, cudweed, meadowsweet, and chickweed.
  • The 1.1-acre site has access to a small bathing area and harbour enclosed by a concrete pier and a breakwater.
  • At the same time, Breakwater is preparing to bulldoze most of those buildings this summer as part of its clean-up plan.
  • And, depending on the ball point, can flip over backwards.
  • The quality of the brickwork is the best that I have ever seen, and not a single brick was disturbed beyond those actually removed. Autobiography
  • Gwen essayed to follow with equal skill, but the stile was a very steep and awkward one, and she needed both hands to hold the drake. The Youngest Girl in the Fifth A School Story
  • Hackworth did this through reimposition of a strict but fair discipline, introduction of and training in proven and successful fieldcraft, and leadership from the front.
  • Sports kwtxsports We've got all of Art Briles 'comments from today's press conference at kwtx. com/sports\ jwilproduction Man, @gregmcevoy really gets bitter about how bad he sucks in sports! Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7
  • The researchers were regarded by some people as the police, asking awkward but justifiable questions. Times, Sunday Times
  • In life he was regarded as an awkward customer, a cranky, eccentric figure with a talent for rubbing people up the wrong way.
  • He seems to be an actor perfectly suited to kitchen sink dramas in an age when demand from that sort of awkward, angry character is declining.
  • I'm now counting down to my 38th birthday, and then the second anniversary of the inception of this web backwater.
  • But that would be fine anyway, we can always bribe the CEO/Emperor of Blackwater later. mux Says: Matthew Yglesias » The Price of Soldiering
  • Then he arose and clomb the mast to see an there were any escape from that strait; and he would have loosed the sails; but the wind redoubled upon the ship and whirled her round thrice and drave her backwards; whereupon her rudder brake and she fell off towards a high mountain. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Cassie whirled about, dropped the stickweed, and came running, laughing. The Dollmaker
  • There were lots of thrusts and gyrations in the class, which makes sense, since they're burlesquers, but I just don't have the coordination, sadly, to shimmy and walk backward at the same time.
  • As the Kirkwood tutor, young David seemed as anxious as his employer-friends that the estate should survive.
  • Nao no kitteh but haz border colly, 2 big 2 lift 2 seeling, sew whee send hur 2 chais da ebil skwerls orf da burds fooders. Spider cat, Spider cat - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • “Aussie slang: drongo – a stupid, inept, awkward or embarrassing person, a dimwit or slow-witted person” A Dumbass By Any Other Name | Motivational Humor from the Motivational Smart Ass!
  • But, Colonel Hackworth, does that then re-change your former predictions? CNN Transcript Mar 29, 2003
  • It seems the Yellow Sword prefers the quiet backwater streams to the large deep rivers.
  • Then winter arrives - usually for about two weeks - and we get new weeds - chickweed, henbit and annual bluegrass.
  • This second gene is only found in holometabolous insects, Drosophila, and silkworms but not in the more primitive hemimetabolous insects, like grasshoppers or springtails.
  • When Kwan shocked Hong Kong by coming out, he was already established as one of the city's best filmmakers, esteemed for his finely tuned aesthetics and perfectly realized tragic heroines.
  • I walked backwards towards the door.
  • Her labour was going like clockwork when her waters broke on the evening of her due date.
  • The cylinder incorporates a central spring loaded bushing that permits the cylinder to move forward and backward.
  • You'd think that the fact it took place, not in a makeshift basement church or at a remote backwoods campsite, but in a Senate office building, might have attracted considerable media frenzy.
  • It would certainly confirm the country's international reputation as a backward and benighted land.
  • To me the shape is more like an orrery, a clockwork model of the solar system.
  • And, unlike previous announcements, he wasn't backward in providing the evidence.
  • Fleet went toppling over backwards, sending his armful of cannonballs clattering across the deck.
  • This part of the highway is separated by a parkway.
  • Euan," I said, foolish as a flattered schoolboy, and as awkward. The Hidden Children
  • What's most distinctive about this mordant comedy of manners is the resolutely awkward cinematography. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's more of a crablike backward crawl. Times, Sunday Times
  • Internal walkways are two-level trellised arcades which visually unify the entire Hebrew Union Complex.
  • Herodotus rejoins that camels have four thighbones in their hind legs, and that their genitals face backwards.
  • Opportunities range from production of technical componentry and plant for wind turbines to the development of infrastructure such as roads and buildings and the purchase of consumables like workwear and lubricants.
  • An aerosol spray will make short work of painting awkward objects.
  • The company is filled with superb technologists who are prepared to obsolete products in their prime and to churn out new ones with clockwork regularity.
  • But there was no apparent reason for anybody to harbour idle curiosity about this particular backwater. THE LAST TEMPTATION
  • These Ancients, more ancient than ours but still not literally ancient, saw the world not as a giant clockwork but as an organism.
  • They are backward, uncultured, uncivilized, and completely alien to the good norms values and achievements of the present era.
  • Her presence and nurturance literally restore Okonkwo to life in the wake of Ikemefuna's death and his forced, seven-year exile in Mbanta.
  • Turn off the heating and use a radiator bleed key - from hardware shops - to turn the shaft anticlockwise for a quarter- or half-turn (don't unscrew it by more than one complete turn).
  • The family are converts to grains such as buckwheat and quinoa because they release energy in the body more slowly. Times, Sunday Times
  • Andy Beckwith scored a hat-trick for Wyke, while Mohammed Jahangir netted his first goal for Heaton.
  • The two men followed as the warden led them through a veritable maze of stone passages and metal walkways.
  • Tall grassland is scattered with hawkweed, ragwort, wild carrot and melilot flowers, along with clumps of bird's-foot trefoil, lucerne and goat's rue, and there are regular uprisings of brambles and wild rose, and sprawls of sallow and birch scrub. Country Diary: Canvey Wick, Essex
  • A trail-blazing super care centre that would move three doctors' practices and a clinic to one site is a backwards step, health bosses were told.
  • Rockwell Automation , a global industrial automation company, is a leading industrial automation provider.
  • Walking awkwardly after two hip operations, he was given a warm reception by the multiracial crowd. Times, Sunday Times
  • This aw for i, which I have made Drinkwater use, is the latest stage of the old diphthongal oi, which Mr. Chevalier still uses. Captain Brassbound's Conversion
  • Why, if Ponce de Leon had found the fountain of youth and drunk of it as bibulously as we are apt to guzzle the cup of achievement, he would not only have arrested the forward march of time, but would have over-reached himself and slipped backward through the years of his age to become a chronic infant in arms. The Joyful Heart
  • The effect of the cold rainwater soaking his collar from the inspector's awkwardly held umbrella had diminished. THE LAST RAVEN
  • He wakes up, downs the backwash left in a cheap beer bottle, and dons his pilot gear.
  • July 24, 2008 at 7:40 am bwavo fur yoo taht is teh moust ONerable & lubbing ting wii candoo 4 halpin tew kweep teh strai fural popadulation xploshunz unda control. der aura pharm kittehs next tew mai werk taht i haff helped wiff. i pray CC pours abunnydances inta yoor pocket tew help wit fundz! Dun wanna go to skool. - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • The farther the ratio between the rates of rod and disc departs from exactly 1: 5, whether less or greater, the more rapid will the strobic movement, backward or forward, be; until finally the divergence is too great, the newly forming bands lie too far ahead or behind those already formed to fuse with them and so be apperceived as one system, and so the bands are lost in confusion. Harvard Psychological Studies, Volume 1 Containing Sixteen Experimental Investigations from the Harvard Psychological Laboratory.
  • April 30, 2010 at 5:13 am fankees, booklion! at teh moment ai be ekwal parts eggsited adn terryfied! butt ! ai am reely lukin furward tu it tu. ai will be shur tu let yu no hoa ai get on! I categorically deny all alegations - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • You know how to kick-box and do tae kwon do, or maybe it's karate.
  • At that time, General Tin Kwai asked how the draft order.
  • For just $1.60 more you can take a trolley ride (the ticket is good both ways) along a quarter-mile walkway from the entrance of the park to the archaeological zone. Bob Schulman: Tulum Is Still Tulum on the Riviera Maya
  • The price of cotton for the current season's crop has been cut by almost 50 per cent following a decision by ginners to adjust the producer price due to the appreciation of the Kwacha against other convertible currencies.
  • I snarled and she took a step backwards, glancing at the naked blade in my hands.
  • Now a ballet company has gone one better - showing off dance moves on an airport's moving walkway. Times, Sunday Times
  • The workweek was reduced to three days, then two days, then one day. THE BRONZE HORSEMAN
  • These options are more expensive than brick and blockwork but the construction industry believes the savings in terms of time, labour and productivity make them cost effective.
  • The physically awkward but intellectually gifted nebbish was foregrounded in film and television by Woody Allen, Dustin Hoffman, and Richard Dreyfuss, and later by Jerry Seinfeld, Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, and Larry David. A Renegade History of the United States
  • Pain circled my head, blood trickled coppery in my mouth, and darkness called until the clock ticked into the next millisecond and my foot came down awkwardly on the dirt. 365 tomorrows » 2009 » November : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day
  • You could knock him for not really interacting with his audience, for the scattergun nature of his approach, or for his awkward way of dealing with a heckle.
  • My inertia in not pushing it backwards into a safe zone is as guilty for the shattered glass as the treacherous wind.
  • Andreas turned around and kicked out at Justin, sending him staggering backwards to regain his balance.
  • He rocked the cradle with a gentle backwards and forwards motion.
  • Chen, who is now playing elder sister to many of her younger classmates, has already accustomed herself to the endless backward somersaults, handstands and horse vaults.
  • He would smile mysteriously at her, or look at her with a new kind of interest that made her feel awkward and clumsy around him.
  • I took an enormous step backward, too fast, and I stumbled, my hands crablike behind me, gripping tufts of spring grass. The Bird House
  • It's also shaped like a bra so it's easier to get on and off - I hook the eyelets while wearing it backwards and then shift the bra around to get my arms through it.
  • Through it runs a curious trackway, marked "disused" on the Highways and Byways in Surrey
  • It also provided a social setting where the sixth graders could mingle without the pressures of a party or dance, which can be awkward for this age group.
  • There have also been some good jewfish and tailor taken from the headlands and breakwalls.
  • For a great deal on cladded cookware, I'd recommend this Cuisinart set. "All of us are routing 'American Idol.' It’s so great. The No. 1 show in television and it's getting ruined."
  • Backwards Pretend you are a beginner who has inadvertently forgotten which end of the board is forwards and set sail going backwards.
  • I was over there today and went for Kwik Pastas penne w/meat sauce instead of Fahima. Fahima Halal Takes On Kwik Meal *And* The Biriyani Cart | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan
  • The fool would put a saddle backwards if left alone. THE WOLF AND THE DOVE
  • It was the most awkward time of my life. The Sun
  • In her portraits, the head fits awkwardly on the clothing.
  • The back seats can be moved forward and backward, to make the most of luggage space or rear legroom.
  • Then came the awkward moment when Kathleen realized what she was: an amusement afforded Margaret by her latest dry spell.
  • They spent their time running backwards and forwards around the vehicles and buildings carrying wounded victims to shelter. Broken Lives
  • I'm wondering which I like least, the perfume our visitor left or the one your old skunkweed made. With Trapper Jim in the North Woods
  • I had not changed my intellectual belief as to my correspondent's behavior, but the impropriety of complicating an awkward business by placing myself in the wrong to the extent of losing my temper was so obvious that I blushed in recalling the bombastic periods of the torn composition. The Secret of a Happy Home (1896)
  • Rather than expanding services to cater for its population explosion, the town has taken a major step backwards over the past thirty years.
  • In other words, this is your typical Pinkwater novel: screamingly funny, unbelievably weird, and fantastically awesome. Boing Boing
  • And after outdrawing and killing one bad guy, Raylen is transferred from the sunny skies of Miami home of Burn Notice and Miami Vice to his former home in the backwoods of Kentucky. A 'Justified' Outing For A Loose-Cannon Lawman
  • At first the pancreas is directed upward and backward between the two layers of the dorsal mesogastrium, which give to it a complete peritoneal investment, and its surfaces look to the right and left. XI. Splanchnology. 2j. The Pancreas
  • This issue is a Superman story from which Superman is absent--every scene except the Akteon-Holt takedown and is Mr. Akteon's name supposed to recall Actaeon or Mr. Action? includes at least one character directly associated with him, even Maggie Sawyer and Shockwave. Archive 2006-05-01
  • When the sun goes down, Sikwane is quite a Joburg joller.
  • Oh sure ... every now and then throw in a Chuck Berry duckwalk while you grin like an idiot. unclebob Diary Entry
  • The breakwater tamed the waves and provided a safe bathing area.
  • The gap between the linguistic creativity of even the most intelligent ape and even the most backward of human beings is immense.
  • They fire off blasts of shockwave soul-punk that makes you feel like you just tongued an electrical socket.
  • The South at one time was viewed as the cultural backwater of the nation, both as an economic liability and a social embarrassment.
  • The steam locomotive was travelling backwards from Rawtenstall to Ramsbottom, pulling three carriages carrying 20 passengers.
  • The artisans of Nice are very lazy, very needy, very aukward, and void of all ingenuity. Travels through France and Italy
  • I fancy that he supposed me ignorant of the matter, or thought that if I had heard of it, I should never connect the respectable Dr. Black of Harlesden with a poor garreteer in the backwoods of London. The House of Souls
  • The International Republican Institute, which received $248 million in total between 2004 and 2009 to support governance, political participation and civil society programs in Iraq, made questionable decisions -- such as overpaying for security services from Blackwater, the infamous military contractor, and spending $690,000 on vehicles without approval from the government -- according to a new audit by the Special Inspector General for Iraqi Reconstruction (SIGIR). International Republican Institute's Use Of U.S. Grants Criticized By Watchdog
  • The larvae absorb toxins from their food plant, milkweed.
  • This one tide won't lag behind because of ours and backwater.
  • John can dally with a host of other women but never find in them the revelation of heavenly glory that he beholds after the most awkward kiss with the scholarly Lucy.
  • The handle of this teapot has an awkward shape.
  • The central sulcus of the insula runs in an upwards and backwards direction, almost parallel to the cerebral central sulcus that delimits the frontal lobe from the parietal lobe.
  • There is a massive sub-culture there, looking backwards and it's getting more insidious all the time.
  • lovers of the past looking fondly backward
  • The boat slips sleepily down the harbour, until it rounds the breakwater and the wind catches its sail.
  • He could feel Tyna lift her head up from her awkward position across her shoulder.
  • B.A. Kwiatkowski, Ph.D. has been involved in biomedical research for over twenty years and published several peer reviewed scientific articles in top biomedical journals. SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles - Part 1066
  • In contrast to soba, which tastes distinctly of buckwheat, the flavour of udon is neutral, allowing any number of variations in the additional ingredients, such as vegetables, seaweeds, eggs, fish, shellfish, poultry.
  • Furthermore, the underlying suggestion of an inherent connection between physicality and culture seems awkwardly reductive.
  • The Uhangri sauropod ichnites are the first Late Cretaceous manus-only sauropod trackways and are among the few Late Cretaceous sauropod tracks.
  • They commence anteriorly at the sternum, in the interspaces between the cartilages of the true ribs, and at the anterior extremities of the cartilages of the false ribs, and extend backward as far as the angles of the ribs, whence they are continued to the vertebral column by thin aponeuroses, the posterior intercostal membranes. IV. Myology. 6c. The Muscles of the Thorax
  • His staging was awkward; he tended to limit action unnecessarily to small parts of the stage and to scatter furniture about at random.
  • Everyone knows what's best for him or herself. He/she or he can also be used in writing:If in doubt, ask your doctor. He/she can give you more information. These uses can seem awkward when they are used a lot. It is better to try to change the sentence, using a plural noun. Instead of saying:A baby cries when he or she is tired you can say Babies cry when they are tired.
  • She joined Otley Junior Players and her first starring role was as a clockwork doll at the age of five.
  • Faith in a black, Democratic president to be marginally better than a fascist fuckwit is not the same thing as faith in YHWH, Jesus Christ or Allah, but what they share makes for a good base line. On Faith
  • Medieval Britain inherited around 10,000 miles of Roman road, combined with an extensive network of trackways following less clearly defined routes.
  • Enterprises engaged in traction passenger elevators, freight elevators, debris elevators, escalators, moving walkways elevator installation.
  • Filed under: Arts | Tagged: blues, cantorial music, JDub, Jeremiah Lockwood, jewish music, The Sway Machinery, WJMF 09 | 2 Comments » 2009 June « The Blog at 16th and Q
  • I'm not a bad driver considering I only started learning three days ago," she said as we careered backwards and then jumped forwards in third gear. Wales: a cross-country adventure on horseback
  • Caitlin launched herself at him - a sudden spinning kick knocking him backwards.
  • In the meantime, dockworkers around the world had begun to mobilize in solidarity.
  • His own plates end in KWT, just like the witness in the Samantha Foster disappearance saw. AFTERMATH
  • Everyone who uses it will walk through the plaza, either through a covered walkway or in the open air.

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