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  • I often position an athlete in front of a mirror that has grid lines on it, ask them to close their eyes and stand up straight. Muscle Management
  • The tax assessor determined that the property was subject to taxation based on its infrequent use for religious purposes. Christianity Today
  • People are always spouting off with definitive answers about what design is… except that everyone has a different take on it.
  • If we want to avert a very deep recession it is absolutely vital that these psychological factors are reversed.
  • Commissioned in 1963 to make a film about America's first successful quintuplet birth, Leacock and Joyce Chopra captured the quints' mother's anxiety at her sudden celebrity and the surrounding South Dakota community's eagerness to cash in on it. The Man Who Held Up a Mirror to America
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  • It has an immense bill, and in breeding season its distensible gular pouch is olive to red.
  • Many had difficulty negotiating the cross-drive obstacle, where often it was not until they were almost upon it that is was clear whether the sheep were going through or around the outside.
  • Conseco has no investment bankers, legal counsel, commercial bankers, or consultants doing business with the company on its board, nor are there any interlocking directorates.
  • It is no more a sign of weakness to change leadership in wartime if success depends on it than it is to remove a baseball pitcher who is getting shelled in order to prevent the game from becoming hopelessly lost.
  • He originally believed cars would be rolling on it by now.
  • Ms. Miller's imprisonment for civil contempt of court was less a perfect storm — to use one of the press 'hoarier clichés to characterize a grim convergence of unpleasant events — as it was a brownout, a distressing midsummer sign that a full power outage is on its way. The Great D.C. Plame-Out, Or: Novak, Lord of the Journo-Flies
  • Drake, in his _Eboracum_, says (p. 7, Appendix), "I have been so frightened with stories of the barguest when I was a child, that I cannot help throwing away an etymology upon it. Traditions of Lancashire, Volume 1 (of 2)
  • The cup-marked stone shown below, in the Sma’ Glen, near Crieff, Perthshire, Scotland, is situated in a large man-made concave-shaped amphitheatre in the hills, and has a prominent dumb-bell shaped cup-mark on its surface.
  • You must judge each film on its own merits, without any preconceived notions about what it's like.
  • Rather than be seen as lecturing China on its exchange rate, the United States should be doing even more to push its European allies to allow a larger Chinese voice in multilateral forums. Beyond brinkmanship: A better economic path for the U.S. and China
  • The year-long investigation has five detectives and two police staff working on it full time. Times, Sunday Times
  • The nail has been removed, and barring infection it is believed the aged man will live.
  • The raptor swooped down on its prey
  • He was wearing khakis and a shirt with tiny flowers on it, and his blond hair was freshly washed and flopped over one eye. LOOKING FOR ANDREW MCCARTHY
  • The grannom, and the reaction it seems to produce in fish, can prove a head-scratcher. Times, Sunday Times
  • The centre of these buildings was the great/zikkurat/, or temple-tower, square on its plan, and with the sides facing the cardinal points. The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria
  • In fact, one of the things I ask the salespeople in my classes to do is to take out their business card, scratch out whatever title is on it, and write in CEO.
  • He said:'This team really prides itself on its fielding and catching. The Sun
  • We crawled along a broadish wall, with an inch or two of powdery snow on it, and then up a sloping buttress on to the flat roof of the house. Greenmantle
  • The Russian Revolution itself was but one episode in the transition from capitalism to socialism.
  • They are completely unaware of who this monument celebrates or what its significance is; yet the image's resonance is not lost on its audience.
  • Anybody who exceeds speed limits now will always exceed them, regardless of a post with a number on it.
  • The dependent clause functions as a substitution item in a frame, the frame being the rest of the sentence.
  • The Deity has emeralds embedded in its eyes and diamonds on its forehead and navel.
  • The show was so on its way to redeeming itself the past few weeks and then this.
  • The council officers and the planning councillors are to be congratulated on it.
  • Additionally, FDA officials decided the drug must carry a warning on its label stating, "An increased rate of stroke was observed following Xarelto discontinuation in clinical trials" in patients with the faulty heartbeat known as atrial fibrillation. FDA Approves Anticlotting Drug
  • The spots are designed not only to draw in racing enthusiasts, but also to built brand awareness for the resurgent manufacturer, which positions itself on its race-track heritage and Italian design.
  • All I hoped is the luck we thought was on its way to Carlow continues on its journey too.
  • There were hosts on it and about it, and then Dr Duthoit forgot all about what we call the realities and facts of life, forgot that this sort of thing does not happen, and watched what was happening. Dr Duthoit’s Vision
  • They have already climbed the ladder once and want to get back on it. Times, Sunday Times
  • She pulled back hard on the reins, and the horse reared back on its hind legs.
  • Each of the organizational parts was working on its specific concerns, and no one analyzed the domino effect.
  • Also known as a ‘parrot lizard’ for its parrotlike beak, the herbivore was a strong, agile dinosaur that walked on its two hind legs.
  • I thought we were never going to reach it; and then, almost unexpectedly, we suddenly came upon it - a small but ancient village, rising up on a slight eminence, but concealed from view by big clumps of tall-growing reeds.
  • It was not for the court to consider whether to extend time on its own initiative. Times, Sunday Times
  • As the train stopped for its human freight at each station it slowly gathered a cargo of trammies and bussies making for their depots.
  • I then knew, by the black cross which I observed on its neck, that it was of the species called aquis, one of the boldest and most venomous of the serpents of that region. In New Granada Heroes and Patriots
  • The closely held retailer said it would sue its partner to recoup more than $ 50 million it claims was unfairly withdrawn.
  • He wrote a letter seeking to change his plea three days later, but the judge died before acting on it.
  • Cadbury dismisses 'derisory' Kraft bid food giant Kraft yesterday, labelling it "derisory" and "unattractive" and calling on its shareholders to turn it down. WN.com - Articles related to Cadbury chief prefers Hershey to Kraft as bid battle looms larger
  • June 6, 2009 at 5:17 am come to think on it….a buddy of mine that I house/pet-sit for has a sofa that might be part nauga. We has fownd - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • This article's so full of jargon it's just double Dutch to me.
  • It had over a dozen different words written on it and all were scratched out except for the last.
  • The poor little mite was obviously distressed and was hobbling around on its good leg, often resting on the ground.
  • Use before you apply mascara, or on its own. Times, Sunday Times
  • Of course, she stepped on it, it made the dreaded 'crinkly' noise and she jerked-- her head catching in the loop of the bag. poursuivre - French Word-A-Day
  • Then to take that used (2002 model) ca on a trailer to (let's say Brownsville, TX) unload it and meet my wife at the Mexican border office in Matamoros and both of us put our names on it after paying the duty so that we could both drive that car with Mexican plates in Mexico. Need Advice on Retiring to Mexico & Getting Married to a Mexican National
  • The mountain chain that gave the region its name bisected the region, running all the way from the Black Sea to the Caspian. Deathride
  • The proboscis is the part of the head that the bug uses to feed on its prey. CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]
  • Britain should improve its infrastructure to position itself for economic takeoff when growth finally does return. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the small main lobby, there was an elevator with an out-of-order sign on it older than I was, an open door to a stairway, and a directory with little plastic letters spelling out the names of bail bondsmen and repo services on black felt. Free Excerpt 2/5: Book of Secrets by Chris Roberson
  • The substitution of mortadella for the Vietnamese bologna/pork roll also worked, but their house-made terrine, which is nice on its own, lacked the wonderful funkiness of Vietnamese head cheese and pâté. Serious Eats: New York
  • Whoever wins the election is going to have a tough job getting the economy back on its feet.
  • For that reason its exterior façade is made of limestone on the ground floor and an innovative terra-cotta cladding on the upper floors. The Seigle House by Lohan Anderson
  • For a few odd and unsettling moments, the song hovers on its own, left virtually untouched except for the subtle fuzz of static in the background.
  • It was laying on its front and looked as if its head had been resting in its folded arms before rising up enough to let one of its unblinking eyes stare at Kyri through strands of long red hair.
  • Even in 1935 they were being sent an ‘astonishing amount of illiterate and unintelligent writing’, but practised readers spent little time on it.
  • In fact, even today, I doubt my parents would spend money on items they would consider frivolous and useless.
  • She is the university's resident expert on Italian literature.
  • We used to go off on little jaunts on it while we were in Panama. Times, Sunday Times
  • But, whatever harm Macscruby thinks our flag might do to his beef jerky, McDonald's had no misgivings on its effect on the Big Mac.
  • Our brave front withstood unshrinkingly the heavy fire of rifles and cannon concentrated upon it.
  • Fraction by fraction it rose, then a dirt-streaked brown forehead appeared over the broken bricks.
  • Now he aimed and fired, lying "doggo" behind his favourite stone, while bullets from the enemy's trenches flattened themselves upon it, or buried themselves harmlessly in the dry hot soil. The Dop Doctor
  • Many prefer to keep their cash as long as possible rather than let the energy giants earn interest on it. Times, Sunday Times
  • If it were a little more curved it would collapse, imploding on itself in a cosmic crunch; a little less curved, and every star, planet, sun and galaxy would fly apart from each other and so would every atom of matter in each of them.
  • With a simple formula like this does Ninja Assassin deliver the goods, or does it fall on its own sword. Flixnjoystix.com! » 2009 » December
  • He scarce scrupled a penny after I gave him leave to try a sword dint upon it. The Fair Maid of Perth
  • Besides this, the National Adventure Foundation is offering limited tented accommodation at the destination itself.
  • If you miss fish or meat, take out a veggieburger and whiz on it. undefined
  • Such is a part of tire strange medley that is before and around me; and amidst them and the blue streams of smoke that are rising from the tops of these hundred "coal-pits," can be seen in distance, the green and boundless, treeless, bushless prairie; and on it, and contiguous to the piquet which encloses the village, a hundred scaffolds, on which their "dead live", as they term it. Letters and notes on the manners, customs, and conditions of the North American Indians
  • Paraguay tea, which they call matte, as I mentioned before, is always drunk twice a day: this is brought upon a large silver salver, with four legs raised upon it, to receive a little cup made out of a small calabash or gourd, and tipped with silver. A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 17 Arranged in Systematic Order: Forming a Complete History of the Origin and Progress of Navigation, Discovery, and Commerce, by Sea and Land, from the Earliest Ages to the Present Time
  • Of course, retreating from the trials of the twentieth century existence does not mean one wants to abandon its many creature comforts.
  • A load of people kind of just jumped on it as if it somehow made any difference to the book.
  • They said they would hire another director to re-edit the movie, to put narration on it, and do additional shooting.
  • At his behest, the Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe has been looking at the legality of the EU constitution and it has now announced that it would not rule on it until after there was a final decision on the fate of the EU treaty. Germany to dump EU constitution?
  • Lots of times words get perverted, too -- computer scientists who talk of "synchronous processes" have no idea what the actual definition in English of "synchronous" is -- they think it means "synchronized" -- and when they call putting millions of transistors on a tiny chip and call it Very Large Scale Integration, they're turned the phrase "large scale" on its very head. My mechanic Steve
  • Dawkins did not share the town's reverence for the sea, nor did he have much time for those who risked their lives upon it. THE MAIN CAGES
  • Coal is on its way out and, while gas importantly emits the least carbon of any fossil fuel, it cannot carry the load on its own. Times, Sunday Times
  • Any downgrade in a sovereign credit rating will push up the interest that a country must pay on its debts. Times, Sunday Times
  • In fact, the voices in the next room became obstreperously loud of a sudden, the cause of which vociferation it is necessary to explain before we go farther. The Heart of Mid-Lothian
  • Upon it, in lieu of the dogged, black – visaged ruffian they had expected to behold, there lay a mere child: worn with pain and exhaustion, and sunk into a deep sleep. Oliver Twist
  • This "reflection upon itself" part could lead to a theory of subjectivity, that, like Deleuze's "intensities," would manifest, exponentially, more concentrated wave interaction i.e. in itself, in the body; of the body itself, leading to thought? Archive 2005-10-01
  • The intricate, filigree footwork - very occasionally embellished with a few ballet steps such as an entrechat - is, on its own terms, both fascinating and exciting.
  • In fact, my computer is almost slower without my working enchantments on it.
  • To write about the Donner Party, one has to address this aspect of the tale; but I haven't dwelled on it in Snow Mountain James Houston discusses Bird of Another Heaven
  • It has cut the final bonuses on its with-profits endowments and pension plans for the second time this year.
  • They did not have a written language; instead they used a cord with beads on it, called "quipu", used to record government business. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • The mistake was Team McCain not insisting upon its own team of watchers / video to resplice all that hit the cutting room floor at CBS. Ace of Spades HQ
  • Every cock crows on its own dunghill. 
  • There wasn't a lot of information there; I had to expand on it, invent the colour scheme.
  • Both have been called icons, and although it is a vague designation it is given to very few. Times, Sunday Times
  • Beyond, the Pacific, dim and vast, was raising on its sky-line tumbled cloud-masses that swept landward, giving warning of the first blustering breath of winter. Chapter 21
  • Interestingly it has a thick plastic coverslip tube with the Rose and the Doctor on it. November 26th, 2006
  • One with his band's name engraved on it? Times, Sunday Times
  • Many of the Confederates were of opinion that this decisive victory would be the end of the war, and that the North, seeing that the South was able as well as willing to defend the position it had taken up, would abandon the idea of coercing it into submission. With Lee in Virginia A Story of the American Civil War
  • Earth is such a beautiful, unique, unbelievably complex planet and yet humans are simply hellbent on destroying it and everything on it. Death by Plastic
  • I got two pairs of jeans - boot leg and skinnies - overalls, a blue skirt, a yellow top with a skull beaded on it and sunglasses for $350 which really (in my opinion) is amazing!
  • A dressmaker understands the making and structure of a garment, whereas a designer is more focused on its appearance. Times, Sunday Times
  • Knowledge is of two kinds, we know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information upon it
  • Cooke gilded that story for days, insisting on its veracity and refusing to tell the police where the boy lived.
  • I was helplessly trapped in the cockpit with the aircraft lying on its starboard side.
  • ICE hasn't listed any native Filipino on its "gangbanger" watchlist or detention cells in the past few years, although insignificant remnants of Pinoy street gangs like Akrho and Bahala Na Gang sporadically surface in known Filipino communities here and in Carson, Glendale, Eagle Rock, San Fernando Valley, Rowland Heights, West Covina and Hawthorne. undefined
  • Once or twice a day the intrepid fisherman ‘runs’ his trot line meaning he gets in a boat and checks the hook dangling beneath each float and if necessary sticks a fresh perch on it for bait.
  • A main reason for this is that by comparison its history is so brief.
  • Yet, much of the music on it contains a considerable amount of pop, rock, and world music influence.
  • When I picked up the case that had the deprogrammer in it, the case had Grene written on it (although Geenen is etched in the plastic of the actual deprogrammer, meaning my dentist got it right but one of the staff didn't), and when I got called to the pharmacy window to pick up a prescription, they called me as Grinnen. Table Tango
  • And with billions and billions served helpings of the lardaceous potato strips, it's a sticky moment for JamesSkinner'sJames Skinner's Golden Arches, which last October boasted of its initiative to print nutritional data on its packages to help consumers make informed choices about what to eat. Skinner's McDonald's Comes Clean On Fries' Fat
  • Argentina is two weeks from defaulting on its sovereign debt. Times, Sunday Times
  • I am a member of that committee, and I am sure that we will give the bill the attention it deserves.
  • The metal's surface tension is great enough to permit a steel needle to be floated on its surface.
  • Both can turn that most tedious of old rugby clichés on its head; that forwards win matches and backs decide by how much. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is little detail about retail and leisure developments so presumably nothing to catch the imagination is on its way.
  • In the months and years after the solution passes into legislation, policymakers will keep a close eye on its progress and look to tweak it as is fit.
  • She was wearing a gold ring with three red stones, and a wrist band with the name ‘Mary’ inscribed on it that may help identify her.
  • This has been going on for a week or so now, growing in intensity, and I reckon it'll reach a peak tomorrow or the day after.
  • Instantly a dozen knowing eyes were fixed on it, and a buzz of voices was heard; and soon Gerard saw the prior point more than once, and the monk came back, looking as proud as Punch, with a savoury crustade ryal, or game pie gravied and spiced, for Gerard, and a silver grace cup full of rich pimentum. The Cloister and the Hearth
  • Though the dissolve has become part of film punctuation it can still shock or seduce the viewer.
  • For matter of Religion it would require a particular volume, if I should set downe how irreligiously they couer their greedy and ambicious pretenses, with that veile of pietie. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation
  • The flag hung motionless on its pole.
  • The city of Palermo was also distinguishable; and Julia, as she gazed on its glittering spires; would endeavour in imagination to depicture its beauties, while she secretly sighed for a view of that world, from which she had hitherto been secluded by the mean jealousy of the marchioness, upon whose mind the dread of rival beauty operated strongly to the prejudice of Emilia and Julia. A Sicilian Romance
  • If the chimney is firebrick then the squirrel can climb out on its own.
  • In this role he had responsibility for compiling intelligence dossiers on its enemies; for planning counter-espionage and for establishing and supervising fascist cells operating in the trade union movement.
  • Human reason can excuse any evil; that is why it's so important that we don't rely on it. Veronica Roth 
  • The important issue that arises is how best to conduct this battle, and a general observation upon it seems in order.
  • She alos gets a banana ice-cream cake with carrot candles on it.
  • Although the order does not propose any great innovations, it is worth making some brief comments on its background.
  • If a citizen is wronged by any party, he or she can count on it that the Constitution and the Bill of Rights will protect him and justice will prevail.
  • It was only to be the edging on a shawl for her, but he spent three days and two nights on it; and then she asked him to make it over with jack-in-the-pulpit inset, because she was sure to grow tired very soon of Sweet William; then she changed her mind about jack-in-the-pulpit and decided on wintergreen berries. The Best Short Stories of 1915 And the Yearbook of the American Short Story
  • It is believed the car may have aquaplaned on the northbound carriageway before landing on its roof. The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed
  • It's a shared space and has heathers, ferns, gorse and many wild flowers (not at this time of year) growing on it.
  • A tame rabbit was brought in with a large abscess about the size of an egg on its cheek.
  • We've been running updates on it for a few days off the NBC feed.
  • When the sun rises they shine with a brilliant light that makes it impossible to keep one's eyes fixed upon it.
  • In my case, I have a card with my name on it, but my wife is the primary account holder.
  • The _sauba_ ants had cut nearly all the strings of Filippe's hammock; while he was resting peacefully on it the remainder of the strings broke, and he had a bad fall. Across Unknown South America
  • She opens the journal with her father's name on it.
  • It is not on its deathbed, but it is looking distinctly unwell. Times, Sunday Times
  • She was one of the founders of the havurah Am ha-Yam, on Cape Cod, serving on its board of directors and in various other offices, and often teaches at Elat Chayyim, the Jewish renewal retreat in New York. Marge Piercy.
  • As Mrs Varden distinctly heard, and was intended to hear, all that Miggs said, and as these words appeared to convey in metaphorical terms a presage or foreboding that she would at some early period droop beneath her trials and take an easy flight towards the stars, she immediately began to languish, and taking a volume of the Manual from a neighbouring table, leant her arm upon it as though she were Hope and that her Barnaby Rudge: a tale of the Riots of 'eighty
  • He was sure sleep would evade him, with his mind still spinning fruitlessly on its search for information that wasn't there.
  • Fear not the path of truth for the lack of people walking on it. Robert F. Kennedy 
  • Her thesis is on Italian women's literature.
  • The command module would then descend to the sea on its parachutes.
  • If something in science suddenly becomes so sacrosanct that you can't question it, then it ceases to be science.
  • Still, you might have to wash your wig more often if you use a lot of spray or mousse on it.
  • Expanding subsidy options in Europe has made companies much choosier beggars, but it hasn't yielded the efficiency breakthroughs that would let this technology stand on its own. Unsustainable Development
  • I have nothing to add as this stands on its own, but I just wanted to commend where commendation is due. The view from outside the narrative
  • Ten adult elephants - each with a number painted on it - were successfully moved and released in this fashion.
  • The height of the one pillar was eighteen cubits, and the chapiter upon it was brass: and the height of the chapiter three cubits; and the wreathen work, and pomegranates upon the chapiter round about, all of brass: and like unto these had the second pillar with wreathen work. Villaraigosa And Nunez Cut And Run - Video Report
  • Released in 1981, it's like the last Hollywood movie of the 1960s, in which the aspirations and ideals of that long-gone decade finally soured irrevocably on its dazed, burnt-out survivors. Cutter's Way is a cinematic masterpiece
  • The jumper has a geometrical pattern on it.
  • The south-east Asian nation moved this week to secure regional approval for the first major hydropower plant on its stretch of the river in the face of protests from international conservation groups.
  • Sometimes, the slightest leaning of a doorjamb can cause a door to swing open or shut on its own.
  • It also offers a prepaid postage label on its website that enables you to recycle an old cell phone from any manufacturer.
  • The company has defocused on its planned release of its third generation platform because it says operators are more keen to avoid a two-step upgrade.
  • seems credible on the evidence so far, is that the bank masked its skullduggery so completely that no regulator anywhere in the world could get a handle on it.
  • Seytie watched the weak pulse on his muscular neck and placed a hand on it, wishing him strength.
  • He came in and put his magic high gloss on it. The Sun
  • 'And he said to the king of Israel, Put thine hand upon the bow,' and he put his hand upon it; and '_Elisha put his hands upon the king's hands_.' Expositions of Holy Scripture
  • She wore a light blue nightgown with teddy bears on it and black wristbands.
  • But whenever he's pushed on it, he actually says that he's not interested in decriminalization or legalization. Mexico's Drug War On Both Sides Of The Border
  • Mr Boffin having been several times in communication with this clerkly essence, both on its own ground and at the Bower, had no difficulty in identifying it when he saw it up in its dusty eyrie. Our Mutual Friend
  • Today Science tells us the speed of light is decaying, the magnetic field is collapsing, the earth is slowly beginning to wobble on its axis, the protective ozone layer is thinning.
  • A dropped tail continues to wriggle, keeping the attention of the predator focused on it while the prey makes its escape.
  • On its fertile plateau two springs gave crystal-clear water.
  • Saturn is to be visited by the Cassini spacecraft in the middle of this year, so keep your eye on it.
  • Twenty bidders dueled for that 8-foot-long scene, and a private American buyer won it. The Art Market Snaps Back
  • On its ground floor, executive director Amy Tobin showed me some salvaged-wood tables, benches, and a lustrously smooth black-acacia countertop created by Paul Discoe, an ordained Buddhist priest whose Oakland-based company, Live Edge, utilizes lumber from urban street trees that have been cut down due to storm damage, disease, and other reasons. Anneli Rufus: Rainwater Toilets and Slag: Touring Berkeley's Greenest Building
  • This exposed strand then searches for a copy of itself (located on its sister chromosome), and "photocopies" past the broken region, repairing the DNA and zipping itself back up. Newswise: Latest News
  • One of the ornamented fragments represents a row of floreated-like decorations, and each decoration shows on its side a concentric circle, consisting of three rings, -- the whole ornament being one which is found in later Egyptian eras, not unfrequently along the tops of walls in the interior of chambers, etc.Mr. Perring represents this fragment of sculpturing from the brick Pyramid of Dashoor, in his folio work, _The Pyramids of Archaeological Essays, Vol. 1
  • The full picture of how the government manipulated the legal justification for war, and political pressure placed on its most senior law officer, is revealed in the newspaper today.
  • Taking for granted that we have this standard plate, the spherometer is placed upon it, and the readings of the divided head and indicator, _d_, noted when the point of the screw, Scientific American Supplement, No. 484, April 11, 1885
  • The pug was the Dutch national dog, and soon it became a national sensation in England.
  • It is soo cute, but probably too big for the person it's intended for so I might have to keep it and make another smaller one.
  • In this version of the annunciation, Mary had a book before her in a stand, and her hand was resting on it as if to hold her place in the passage. The Poet Prince
  • At 10 a.m., the car rally was flagged off from the park, and the colourful caravan, on its way, attracted people lazing around in their homes.
  • Once the muti is obtained, it can be taken in various ways, depending on its form and nature.
  • The survey puts a 55% probability on it introducing quantitative easing. Times, Sunday Times
  • Iranian officials have suggested that the all-expenses-paid visit take place on January 15 and 16, ahead of Iran's talks on its nuclear program in Istanbul later this month with world powers. Iran Confirms Invitations to Tour Nuclear Sites
  • England stood forth as the centre of opposition against Philip, and under the unwilling leadership of Elizabeth entered on its epic period of heroism, was stimulated to that remarkable outburst of energy and intellect and power which we call the Elizabethan age. The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 10
  • Pam has a clipboard and paper in her lap and she's scribbling things about Lucian on it from what I can see.
  • The end of poetry is not an after-effect, not a pleasurable memory of itself, but an immediate, constant and even unpleasant insistence upon itself…. Laura (Riding) Jackson
  • She teaches how to continue with discretion what is thoughtlessly undertaken; she inclines the mind to cleave steadfastly to what was imposed upon it by authority; and imparts to a choice which, though rash at the time, is now irrevocable, all the sanctity, all the advisedness, and, let us say it boldly, all the cheerfulness of a lawful calling. Chapter X
  • He tried to put a gloss on it. Times, Sunday Times
  • Suddenly the bus ahead of us skidded off the road and tipped over on its side in a rice field. Christianity Today
  • In order to enhance ideological education it is of much importance to restructure a life philosophical system and to achieve the integration of ideological education with behavioral accomplishment.
  • (ABRAXANE) which is based on its proprietary tumor targeting system known as the nab ™ Investorideas.com newswire stock news, financial news, investment news and industry news in leading sectors including cleantech, energy, water and more
  • “Murmurs, discontent, insurrections, rebellion, would inevitably ensue,” with a likely result that “our present glorious Union itself would be dissevered or dissolved.” A Country of Vast Designs
  • Samsung, which for a while supported four different operating systems including its own, called bada, as well as Symbian, Microsoft's Windows Phone 7, and Android, has quietly shifted its focus almost exclusively to the Android over the past few months, so that roughly 80% of the phones its ships run on it. Software Rules at Spain's Phone Confab
  • The thresher is a square frame drawn over the grain -- which is spread upon the bare ground -- and is furnished on its under side with steel blades which not only shell the grain out of the ear, but also reduce the straw into chaff, which is desirable, as storing for feed more conveniently. Lippincott's Magazine, December 1878
  • The winners took the lead as early as the 7th minute with a powerful shot that took a deflection on its way to the net.
  • The worrying thing is how those in power interpret the way we vote and act upon it to stay in power.
  • The government on its part is putting in place the regulatory frameworks for the gas industry.

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