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passed and on
But it had missed the bone and had passed on through.
and now I think we can use the knowledge they passed on to us.
Sometimes they just parked at the side of the road and used radar on the trucks as they passed.
Talleyrand passed his New York law office one night on the way to a party.
hot-colored verbenas in the corner between the dining-room wall and the side porch, where we passed on our way to the pump with the half-gourd tied to it as a cup by my grandmother for our childish pleasure in drinking from it.
As time has passed and science has progressed, the speed of military vehicles has increased, the range of missiles has been extended, the use of target-hunting noses on the projectiles has been adopted, and the range and breadth of message sending has increased.
Even the first wave of homesickness had passed, although there were moments when Captain Heard pointed out on his compass the direction of Bradford that she felt a little twinge at her heart.
The governor was not used to having his integrity questioned, and he promptly passed the charges on to Woodruff, demanding that Woodruff answer them.
Papa had left us about the same hour of the night that Ben had passed on.
They have remained on the opened page of my mind in all the years which since have passed.
Wood took the proposal to Chief of Staff Hugh L. Scott, who passed it on to Baker a month before the actual declaration of war against Germany.
Before the Draft Act was passed Baker had confidentially briefed governors, sheriffs, and prospective draft board members on the administration of the measure -- and the confidence was kept so well that only one newspaper learned what was going on.
In spite of powerful opposition the Draft Act finally passed Congress on May 17, 1917.
The day passed without incident in spite of the warning of Senator James A. Reed of Missouri: `` Baker, you will have the streets of our American cities running with blood on registration day ''.
The widespread purge that has taken place the past twelve months or so among Communist leaders in the provinces gives assurance that the party officials who will dominate the Congress, and the Central Committee it will elect, will all have passed the tightest possible Khrushchev screening, both for loyalty to him and for competence and performance on the job.
-- Indonesia Military Supreme Court has confirmed the death sentence passed on Alan Lawrence Pope, an American pilot.
Clumps of brush that they passed were so many enchained demons straining in anger to tear and gnaw on his bones.
Concrete blocks are passed between the beams and put on the boards.
Whatever Hans or Anders learned separately they passed on to each other ; ;
In attempting to improve specificity of staining, the fluorescein-labeled antisera used in both direct and indirect methods were treated in one of several ways: ( 1 ) They were passed through Dowex-2-chloride twice and treated with acetone insoluble powders ( Coons, 1958 ) prepared from mouse liver or from healthy sweet clover stems or crown gall tissue produced by Agrobacterium tumefaciens ( E. F. Smith & Townsend ) on sweet clover stems.
A bullet fired by one of the Mexicans hiding in a little chicken house had passed through his head, tearing a hole two-inches square on the outgoing side.
At the close of Davis' speech the following preamble and resolutions were read by the president, and on the question of their adoption passed unanimously:
The opening paragraph of the chapter titled The Theory Of Representative Perception, in the book Philosophies Of Science by Albert G. Ramsperger says, `` passed on to the brain, and there, by some unexplained process, it causes the mind to have a perception ''.
We passed his house and school on the way.

passed and request
Roosevelt made his request to Congress on March 21, 1933 ; the legislation was submitted to Congress the same day ; Congress passed it by voice vote on the 31st ; Roosevelt signed it the same day, then issued an executive order on April 5 creating the agency, appointing its director ( Fechner ), and assigning War Department corps area commanders the task to commence enrollment.
The Secretary for the Civil Service, Denise Yue Chung-yee, signed off on the approval for him to take up the job after his request passed through the vetting committee.
Reagan supported the reforms at Dole's request, causing Kemp to summon allies to meetings to stop the act, which eventually passed in 1982.
" In denying his request, the Court held that it lacked jurisdiction because Section 13 of the Judiciary Act passed by Congress in 1789, which authorized the Court to issue such a writ, was unconstitutional and thus invalid.
The crisis appears to have passed, but to the surprise of Lord Abe the Americans return to request formal trading arrangements.
After the Statute was passed, the British government could no longer make ordinary laws for the Dominions, other than with the request and consent of the Government of that Dominion.
At the request of Governor, Sir George Fitzgerald Hill, on 25 July, " Dr. Jean Baptiste Phillipe the first coloured member of the Council, proposed a resolution to end apprenticeship and this was passed.
In a resolution passed on June 29, 2005, they stated that " Section 215 of the USA PATRIOT Act allows the government to secretly request and obtain library records for large numbers of individuals without any reason to believe they are involved in illegal activity.
On his way back to the U. S., he passed through the UAE, according to that country ’ s officials, where he was initially reported as having been interviewed by authorities on January 30, 2001, at the request of the CIA.
When the Republicans in June 1896 nominated former Ohio Governor William McKinley for president and passed at his request a platform strongly supporting the gold standard, a number of " Silver Republicans " walked out of the convention.
Putnam ’ s request was granted by the United States Congress, and thus an appropriation bill was passed on April 17th, 1900.
In 1964, upon Johnson's request, Congress passed the Revenue Act of 1964 and the Economic Opportunity Act, which was in association with the war on poverty.
The bill was drafted at the request of President Thomas Jefferson and subsequently passed by the Tenth U. S. Congress, on December 22, 1807, during Session 1 ; Chapter 5.
In 215 BC, at the height of the Second Punic War, a law — the Oppian Law, ( Lex Oppia )— had been passed at the request of the tribune of the plebs Gaius Oppius, to restrict luxury and extravagance on the part of women.
It was dedicated on December 13, 1913 at the request of the Associated Automobile Clubs of New Jersey and the Newark Motor Club, and was named after the two counties it passed through.
" Draining the Everglades was suggested as early as 1837, and a resolution in Congress was passed in 1842 that prompted Secretary of Treasury Robert J. Walker to request those with experience in the Everglades to give their opinion on the possibility of drainage.
A " no-action " motion, presented by the Sudanese Representative to counter Belgium's request for a vote, passed with nine Committee members voting in favour ( Burundi, China, Morocco, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Russian Federation, Senegal, Sudan and Venezuela ), seven voting against ( Belgium, Bulgaria, India, Israel, Turkey, Peru and United States ), with Kyrgyzstan abstaining and Mozambique and Cuba not present.
This request was passed by the federal parliament, resulting in Royal Assent being granted to the Constitutional Amendment, 1997, ( Quebec ).
As a consequence of this refusal, in order to secure the extradition of Einhorn and ensure that he was imprisoned for the murder he committed, the Pennsylvania legislature passed in 1998 a bill ( nicknamed the " Einhorn Law ") allowing defendants convicted in absentia to request another trial.
* February 6: At the request of Governor Robert Lucas, Ohio lawmakers passed a law extending the jurisdiction of their state over the disputed area.
A petition is the oldest form of Parliamentary proceeding, and the one through which most early statutes were originally passed ; the King would be petitioned to take action by Members of Parliament, and would assent to their request ; laws passed in this way include Magna Carta and the Statute of Westminster.
The request was a huge surprise for Cosworth, and the original brief for a 320 bhp engine based on the 136 bhp Mercedes M102 2. 3-litre SOHC 4-cylinder engine was passed duly passed to Mike Hall, who “ drew the famed DFV and BDA engine ”.

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