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and, `` I do think that families are the most beautiful things in all the world '', burst out Jo some five hundred pages later in that popular story of the March family, which had first appeared when Henrietta was eight ; ;
In short order, the general history became his most popular work and has remained, aside from his later Social history, the work most widely favored by the public.
In the middle of the century, with a circulation of 90,000, the Post was one of the most popular weeklies in the country.
But Curtis poured over $1 million into it and in time it again became one of the most popular weeklies of the country.
Without exception Hino's brothers turned to either one or both of their father's occupations, but Hino showed a talent for neither and instead spent most of his time on the beach where he repaired nets and proved immensely popular as a storyteller.
In my short period here I believe that at no time has he been otherwise than the most popular man on both sides of the aisle.
it's a short, light, quick-handling, fast-firing little timber gun designed to push a heavy slug at modest velocity but with lots of killing power and ample range for our most popular big game -- whitetail.
For decades it was the most popular dish served in the Ladies' Grill at breakfast, and it is one of the few old Palace dishes that still survive.
In California is located one of the most popular of the national parks -- Yosemite.
For an instant his men hesitated, unable to believe that their lieutenant, the most popular officer in the regiment, was dead.
not long ago `` Denver Mud '' was most popular.
About that same time John Crosby's TV series on the popular arts proved again that giving jazz ample breathing space is one of the most sensible things a producer can do.
The song is one of the most beloved and popular of the many American patriotic songs.
* A. E. van Vogt, regarded as one of the most popular and complex science fiction writers during its " Golden Age "
It was one of the most popular and influential games of the Golden Age of Arcade Games, selling 70, 000 arcade cabinets.
" Readers of the KLOV credit it as the seventh most popular game.
Alfred Elton van Vogt ( April 26, 1912 – January 26, 2000 ) was a Canadian-born science fiction author regarded as one of the most popular and complex science fiction writers of the mid-twentieth century: the " Golden Age " of the genre.
Indeed most Arminians reject all accusations of Pelagianism ; nonetheless, primarily due to Calvinist opponents, the two terms remain intertwined in popular usage.
The resin's most popular use was, however, for ornamentation — easily cut and polished, it could be transformed into beautiful jewelry.
One of Alan ’ s most popular and widely distributed works is his manual on preaching, Ars Praedicandi, or The Art of Preaching.
Wallace was a prolific author who wrote on both scientific and social issues ; his account of his adventures and observations during his explorations in Indonesia and Malaysia, The Malay Archipelago, was one of the most popular and influential journals of scientific exploration published during the 19th century.
Stylistic evidence suggests that the poem ( with most of Plato's other alleged epigrams ) was actually written some time after Plato had died: its form is that of the Hellenistic erotic epigram, which did not become popular until after 300 BC.
Boethius ' Consolation of Philosophy was the most popular philosophical handbook of the Middle Ages.
The most popular upgrades were memory, SCSI controllers and CPU accelerator cards.

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While convalescing in his Virginia home he wrote a book recording his prison experiences and escape, entitled: They Shall Not Have Me Published originally in ( Helion's ) English by Dutton & Co. of New York, in 1943, the book was received by the press as a work of astonishing literary power and one of the most realistic accounts of World War 2, from the French side.
Like most major works of synthesis, The History Of England is informed by the positive views of a first-class mind, and this is surely a major work.
Over these voluntary agencies, in 1917-18, the CTCA served as a co-ordinating body in carrying out what Survey called `` the most stupendous piece of social work in modern times ''.
Although the United States and the U.S.S.R. have been arguing whether there shall be four, five or six top assistants, the most important element in the situation is not the number of deputies but the manner in which these deputies are to do their work.
Gloria ( surname: Ziraldo ), circa 30, who was born in Italy and once did `` chorus work '' in Toronto, has been around longer than most of the others, wistfully remembers the old days when `` we used to get the seamen from the ships, you know, with big turtleneck sweaters and handkerchiefs and all.
Perhaps the most important incentive for them will be clear evidence that where other countries have done this kind of home work we have responded with long-term commitments.
This work will cover the most serious one-fourth of all land needing such treatment, and will consist of burning 250,000 acres of highly hazardous debris concentration, felling snags on 350,000 acres of high lightning-occurrence areas, prescribed burning on 3.5 million acres, removing roadside fuel on 39,000 acres, and clearing and maintaining 11,000 miles of firebreaks.
Rodent control work for the 10-year period will be aimed at control of the most serious infestations of harmful rodents, such as porcupines and mice, on high-value areas of forage and commercial timberlands.
In one sense it can be said that one of the most important Brown & Sharpe products over the years has been the men who began work with the company and subsequently came to places of industrial eminence throughout the nation and even abroad.
Turning to the more modern versions, Curzon's ( London ) offers the most sophisticated keyboard work.
Employers prefer to hire youth with such training rather than those without, and most graduates of vocational training go to work in jobs related to their training.
The ninth century was in its artistic work `` the spiritually freest and most self-sufficient between past and future '', and the loving skill spent by its artists upon their products is a testimonial to their sense that what they were doing was important and was appreciated.
When served in a psychological atmosphere that allows young bodies to assimilate the greatest good from what they eat because they are free from tension, a foundation is laid for a high level of health that releases the children from physical handicaps to participate with enjoyment in the work assignments, the athletic programs and the most important phase, the educational opportunities.
`` most orthodontic work is done on children between the ages of 10 and 14, though there have been patients as young as two and as old as 55 '', says Dr. Brodie.
I am told the time will soon come when women will find it necessary to do most of their own work, and even now it is important to have conveniences for the use of servants.
The bond issue will go to the state courts for a friendly test suit to test the validity of the act, and then the sales will begin and contracts let for repair work on some of Georgia's most heavily traveled highways.
That bank handles most of the paper work for Diversified Growth Stock Fund, Fundamental Investors, Diversified Investment Fund and Television-Electronics Fund.
It becomes most evident in his description of Christ as the second Adam, who does indeed come to destroy sin, but whose work culminates in the achievement of immortality.
He made the most of the long Brahmsian phrases, and by the directness and drive of his playing gave the work a handsome performance.
Most of Aristotle's work is probably not in its original form, since it was most likely edited by students and later lecturers.
The most famous work of Algerian cinema is probably that of Mohammed Lakhdar-Hamina, Chronicle of the Years of Fire, which won the palme d ' Or at the Cannes film festival in the year 1975.

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