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His duty was to write a school text and to teach the entire personnel of the Gabriel how to speak Ozagen.
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That any sort of duty was owed by his nation to other nations would have astonished a nineteenth-century statesman.
His duty was to his sovereign and to his nation, and an extension to peoples beyond the territorial boundaries was not to be contemplated.
I fled, however, not from what might have been the natural fear of being unable to disguise from you that the things about my bridegroom -- in the sense you meant the word `` things '' -- which you had been galvanizing yourself to tell me as a painful part of your maternal duty were things which I had already insisted upon finding out for myself ( despite, I may now say, the unspeakable awkwardness of making the discovery on principle, yes, on principle, and in cold blood ) because I was resolved, as a modern woman, not to be a mollycoddle waiting for Life but to seize Life by the throat.
My discussion with reference to the resolution was that we should commend those citizens who serve as judges of election and who properly discharge their duty and polling place proprietors who make available their private premises, and not by innuendo criticize them.
On these excursions, Papa instructed him on man's chief end, which was his duty to God and his own salvation.
A steering committee of students was organized on the first day whose duty it was to be alert and constantly evaluate and re-evaluate the direction and pace the class was taking.
This trade was subject to a tariff of 7.5 per cent after February 1835, but much was smuggled into Assiniboia with the result that the duty was reduced by 1841 to 4 per cent on the initiative of the London committee.
The next thing he knew he was reporting for duty as commanding officer of Troop H, 7th Cavalry, in the middle of corps maneuvers in Japan.
The Christian education of children, too, was once hardly more than a sideshow, but the day came when a congregation that did not assume full oversight of a church school was thought of as failing in its duty.
Mission Street at this hour was populated by a whole community that Gun could not have seen on his tour of duty -- the neighborhood that had known Urbano Quintana by day.
It was `` Duty '' he said that his parents had given him as a rule -- beyond even the love that suffused his being and the sense of humor with which he was largely supplied -- and it was duty he would perform, though it cost him acute pain and exhausted him by the age of fifty.
she was already considering putting in rebellious requests for duty at San Diego, Bremerton, the Great Lakes, Pensacola -- any place the Navy had a hospital -- with a threat to resign her commission if the request were not granted.
Ships from the West Coast rotated on six-month tours of duty with the Seventh Fleet, and Yokosuka was the Seventh Fleet's principal port for maintenance, upkeep and shore liberty.
Was B'dikkat a crazy slave to his own duty or was he a man who had hopes of going back to his own planet some day, surrounded by a family of little cow-people resembling himself??
duty and write
He tells the young man who once left his post that he will write and tell the boy's parents that he did his duty ; the critically injured young man smiles and passes away peacefully.
One of his final acts was to write the following message: " If anything should happen to me, tell my wife I've done my best in doing my duty.
He described Egypt as " a house on fire, so rapid was the destruction " and felt his duty to be that of a " salvage man, to get all I could, as quickly as possible and then, when I was 60, I would sit and write it all.
Mesić held that active duty officers could not write public political letters without approval of their Commander-in-Chief.
While at school his mother would write to Charles Edward instilling in him a profound sense of duty and obligation.
Some years later, one of his captains, Joel Pringle, would write: " devotion to duty, sound judgment and ability to inspire loyalty in his subordinates have resulted in a constant and steady increase in the efficiency of the above mentioned batteries.
The grand old duke is dead now, alas, but he loved that tour of Australia more than any other official duty he had ever undertaken in his auspicious public life ... I could write a whole volume on the Duke Down Under.
Ken is married and believes it to be his duty to write about war, stating ' I can't stand the sort of writing that spends two chapters describing the colour of an Autumn fucking leaf '.
I write to you in the agony of my soul, impelled by the sense of my friendship and attachment to you and of my duty to the public.
According to the Christian Arab scholar Paul of Aleppo, who in 1655 traveled through Ukraine to Moscow, “ Even villagers in Ukraine can read and write … and village priests consider it their duty to instruct orphans and not let them run in the streets as vagabonds .”
This is where the political and moral responsibility of the historian comes in: it is clearly implied that it is the historian's public duty to write in this way.
McNulty volunteered for this duty because his training as a pilot taught him to write very quickly and clearly.
Nevertheless, if the Caliph or his vizier received a letter from either ruler, it remained the duty of the Patriarch to write a reply.
Executive producer and current showrunner Al Jean found the idea " very funny " and gave former staff writer Jon Vitti the duty to write the episode's first draft.
: I have a sacred duty that authorizes me to write you, despite knowing that this letter will deepen your profound pain, by reminding you of recent battles.
He turned down an invitation to return to active duty in 1942, but continued to write and speak for 17 years from his home in Ventnor City, New Jersey.
At the top of every piece of work, pupils are asked to write the date, the title, and the words ' With My Duty ', or in German lessons " Meine beste arbeit " and French lessons " C ' est mon devoir " to show their acknowledgment of their duty to themselves, their parents, the school, and to God.
In an essay written in 1812, the anonymous author even felt able to write " The duty of the coroner of the verge is, although I believe now wholly disregarded, in deaths happening within the verge, to sit, jointly with the coroner of the county to take the inquisitions ...
This successful recruiting drive prompted Dunmore to write on November 30, 1775 that he would soon be able to " reduce this colony to a proper sense of their duty.
Right since 1907, Jatin ’ s emissary, Taraknath Das had been organising, with Guran Ditt Kumar and Surendramohan Bose, evening schools for Indian immigrants ( a majority of them Hindus and Sikhs ) between Vancouver and San Francisco, through Seattle and Portland: in addition to learning how to read and write simple English, they were informed about their rights in the USA and their duty towards Mother India: two periodicals – Free Hindustan ( In English, sponsored by local Irish revolutionaries ) and Swadesh Sevak (‘ Servants of the Motherland ’, in Gurumukhi ) – became increasingly popular.
duty and school
His achievement was the setting up of a school that produced statesmen with a strong sense of patriotism and duty, known as Rujia ().
While still on active duty, the Admiral had suggested that there are three things that a school must do: First, it must transmit to the pupil a substantial body of knowledge ; second, it must develop in him the necessary intellectual skill to apply this knowledge to the problems he will encounter in adult life ; and third, it must inculcate in him the habit of judging issues on the basis of verified fact and logical reasoning.
After the departure of the last African-American student from the city limits, the city bulldozed the African-American school ; the remnants of the school were buried and the city no longer had a duty to integrate their schools.
It tells the story of Kovic's life growing up in Massapequa, New York, joining the United States Marine Corps right out of high school, going to Vietnam for two tours of duty, getting shot, finding himself paralyzed and in need of a wheelchair, and eventually starting a new life as a peace activist.
During medical school she did active duty training with the Diving Medicine Department at the United States Navy Experimental Diving Unit in March 1987.
Parents have a duty to ensure their children are educated but the education legislation in England and Wales does not differentiate between school attendance or education otherwise than at school.
Over the next ten years, he was assigned to a range of duty stations, including education at a military school and commanding an assortment of garrisons and prisons in Monrovia.
After four months ' treatment in England, though, he was pronounced to be again fit for duty and in May became the first commandant of the new cavalry school at Netheravon.
ceremony of reading prescribed selections from the Bible and reciting the Lord ’ s Prayer ( as provided by Section 167 of the Public Schools Act ), he shall be excused from such duty, and in such case it shall be the duty of the Board of School Trustees or official trustee concerned to arrange with the Principal to have the ceremony conducted by some other teacher in the school, or by a school trustee, or, where neither of these alternatives is possible, by one of the senior pupils of the school or by some other suitable person other than an ordained member of a religious sect or denomination.
She was reared in " a military family ... imbued her with a sense of public duty "; her father was a lieutenant colonel in the United States Air Force, who worked for the National Security Agency for three years, and, according to her close friend Janet Angstadt, her parents " are the type who are still volunteering for the Red Cross and Meals on Wheels in the Philadelphia suburb where they live ," having moved to that area while Plame was still in school.
The almost universal references to Henryson as schoolmaster are usually taken to mean that he taught in and had some duty to run the grammar school for Dunfermline's abbatial burgh.
This program provided for 22 days at Lackland and 8 days at a technical school, with directed duty assignees receiving the full 30 days at Lackland.
Buyer, as an Army reserve officer, had three years of active duty after graduating from law school in 1984.
After law school Vinroot volunteered for duty in the U. S. Army and became a combat veteran of the Vietnam War.
( GM phased out intercity and transit bus construction at the large GMC Coach and Truck plant in Pontiac, Michigan, shifting medium duty school bus chassis production to Janesville, Wisconsin.