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::" By the time production techniques made one-piece doors possible, the swage line had become a popular, elegant device ( and a useful division in two-color paint schemes ) often concealed by coachlined or chromed ' waist moldings ' effectively becoming, in the process, a feature line.
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::" Our house is on the eastern slope of Rupert Mountain, just off a country road, still unpaved then, and five miles from the nearest town … Even at the most unpromising times of year – in mudtime, on bleak, snowless winter days – it is in so many unexpected ways beautiful that even after all this time I have never quite gotten used to it.
::" In the years when our Country was in mortal danger, ( name ) who served ( dates ) gave generously of his time and powers to make himself ready for her defence by force of arms and with his life if need be.
::" I recall a time, which I think was probably July or August of 1901 or 1902, when this plane was started in flight on the lot between Pine and Cherry Streets.
::" The inhibitory effect of procaine hydrochloride and Gerovital-H3 on monoamine oxidase ( MAO ) activity in the rat brain was studied at six time points during the 24-hour cycle.
::" We took him and Pepe Arenzana to Ayod, where most of the time were in a feeding center where locals go.
::" Some of these rambles led me to great distances ; for an opium-eater is too happy to observe the motions of time.
::" I just had to believe that at some point in time, something was going to happen -- and of course several years ago China passed a law against exporting raw material tungsten.
::" When the King heard the news he was distraught for the loss of his wife and manifested his feelings using mourning clothes, after all, they were married for twenty years, and yet remained completely himself apart from a brief time in Bohemia, he never really disscussed the matter "
::" Sonja Davies, who'd been a big influence on me on my first job, was in her last days and one of the things she said to me at the time was look, you're doing very well, that's great.
::" and made
::" Of this Phlegon, as Philostorgius says, to relate fully in detail what befell with the Jews, while Phlegon and Dio mentioned events briefly and made them an appendix to their own narrative.
::" I ... recall seeing an airplane flight made by the late Gustave Whitehead approximately thirty-five years ago.
::" This bright, beautiful island was made into a Paradise by the Aryan Sinhalese before its destruction was brought about by the barbaric vandals.
::" In light of these decisions, protecting under the cloak of the right of privacy individual decisions as to indulgence in acts of sexual intimacy by unmarried persons and as to satisfaction of sexual desires by resort to material condemned as obscene by community standards when done in a cloistered setting, no rational basis appears for excluding from the same protection decisions-such as those made by the defendants before us-to seek sexual gratification from what at least once was commonly regarded as " deviant " conduct, so long as the decisions are voluntarily made by adults in a noncommercial, private setting.
::" This age will comprehend but little of the works of Purity and Love ; but not a word is lost, for in the Book of God's Remembrance a registry is made of every thought and word and deed.
::" Dad ’ s story is a classic, and timely, reminder of the way in which immigrants, and the children of immigrants, have come to New Zealand and made their contributions to our society.
::" You have made it irrefutably clear that an abortion is the taking of a human life, I am grateful to you "
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::" I wanted to learn about Christ – about the Old Testament, which had been his Bible, and the New Testament, which was the Bible about him ; about the history of the church, which had been founded on the faith that through him God had not only revealed his innermost nature and his purpose for the world, but had released into the world a fierce power to draw people into that nature and adapt them to that purpose …. No intellectual pursuit had ever aroused in me such intense curiosity, and much more than my intellect was involved, much more than my curiosity aroused.
::" Godric came as mysteriously alive for me as Bebb had and, with him, all the people he knew and the whole medieval world he lived in.
::" The Duplessis regime may well have endured for too long, the Union Nationale leader's traditionalist policies may well have been anachronistic when compared with the relatively modern society that, in many respects, the Quebec of the 1950s had already become.
::" Perhaps driven by the exhilarating mixture of relief, freedom and despair that followed the end of World War II, artists around the world had been experimenting with newly physical, sometimes violent, cathartic ways of making paintings and sculptures.
::" I've been an evangelist for 50 years, but I didn't want to preach to pastors until I had gray hair, until I'd pastored.
::" Venus to Chiisana Kamisama ( Venus and a Small God )" by Maria Yamamoto and Seikou Kikuchi ( except last episode, which had a different closing )
::" The overall results of this double-blind study strongly indicated that, among these hospitalized geriatric patients with organic symptoms, Gerovital H3 had no ameliorative effect on either psychologic or physiologic functioning.
::" A beast of burden had thrown off his load, and somebody yelled to his master to reset it, saying in the language of their parents / of the land: “ torna, torna, fratre ”.
::" this creative, avant-garde young man destroyed himself in a fight against that same avant-garde he had helped to create.
::" Arnkel had laid his sword and shield against a hayrick, and now he took up his weapons and defended himself therewith ; but now he began to gather wounds, and withal they came up into the garth about him.
::" I dropped Hassett in a Shield match at home in 1947 off spinner Mick Raymer before the perky little Victorian had scored.
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::" In contrast to budō, which has become more competitive, a type of martial art which has kept its ancient mode of training and has been preserved and handed down from generation to generation.
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::" If anyone imagines that we are stating the case too strongly, let him try an experiment with the first bright boy he meets by asking,
::" Rare ceasefires, usually negotiated by representatives of Ahmad Shah Massoud, Sibghatullah Mojaddedi or Burhanuddin Rabbani ( the interim government ), or officials from the International Committee of the Red Cross ( ICRC ), commonly collapsed within days.
::" And Be Merry " ( Eat Drink and Be Merry for Tomorrow We Die ) A lab biologist, female, takes advantage of her husband going off on an archeology trip, to use the privacy to experiment on herself for rejuvenation by a severe and dangerous method.
::" This last is the distinguishing characteristic of classes, and justifies us in treating ẑ ( ψz ) as the class determined by function ψẑ.
::" In all determinations of morality, this circumstance of public utility is ever principally in view ; and wherever disputes arise, either in philosophy or common life, concerning the bounds of duty, the question cannot, by any means, be decided with greater certainty, than by ascertaining, on any side, the true interests of mankind.
::" The national sides of all denominations of the euro coins intended for circulation should bear an indication of the issuing Member State by means of the Member State ’ s name or an abbreviation of it.
::" Once again the political clout of the school, which seems to be closely wired into parliament, Whitehall and the Bank of England, is being felt by ministers ...
::" I was reading a magazine as I waited my turn at a barber shop one day when, triggered by a particular article and the photographs that went with it, there floated up out of some hitherto unexplored subcellar of me a character who was to dominate my life as a writer for the next six years and more.
::" In the pharmaceutical industry, a blockbuster drug is one that achieves acceptance by prescribing physicians as a therapeutic standard for, most commonly, a highly prevalent chronic ( rather than acute ) condition.
::" Those who, through no fault of their own, do not know the Gospel of Christ or his Church, but who nevertheless seek God with a sincere heart, and, moved by grace, try in their actions to do his will as they know it through the dictates of their conscience — those too may achieve eternal salvation " ( Second Vatican Council, Lumen Gentium, 16 ).
::" One day the circle of those who sat at the feet of Seyyid Kázim was augmented by a fresh arrival.
::" On August, fourteenth, Nineteen Hundred and One I was present and assisted on the occasion when Mr. Whitehead succeeded in flying his machine, propelled by a motor, to a height of two hundred feet off the ground or sea beach at Lordship Manor, Connecticut.
::" Wonderful to say, this greatly desiderated and almost unhoped for curative agent not only exists in Nature, but is an essential element in the human constitution, varying in different persons, of course, like all other bodily and mental gifts ; and most persons possess the power of curing others, or of being themselves cured occasionally, by an inherent sanative influence propagatable between different individuals: for health is transmissible as well as disease, it appears.
::" The great majority of those who have carefully investigated the subject have come to the conclusion that there exists in man, as one of his constituent principles, a certain subtle element, known by the names of animal electricity, animal magnetism, galvanism, the nervous energy, the nervous fluid, etc.
::" This Tribunal will examine all the evidence that may be placed before it by any source or party.