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Mrs. Pastern undertook the work of going from house to house with the thoughtless resignation of an honest and traditional laborer.
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She usually wore weeds, and a stranger watching her board a train might have guessed that Mr. Pastern was dead, but Mr. Pastern was far from dead.
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It bulks under a veil of thin, new grass, like some embarrassing fact of physicalness, and I think Mrs. Pastern set out the statuary to soften its meaning.
The sheer pressure of the horse's weight caused the crumbling of the rim of the Pastern bone and the breaking of the cannon bone.
undertook and work
Although Tylor undertook a field trip to Mexico, both he and Frazer derived most of the material for their comparative studies through extensive reading, not fieldwork, mainly the Classics ( literature and history of Greece and Rome ), the work of the early European folklorists, and reports from missionaries, travelers, and contemporaneous ethnologists.
In 1819 Brewster undertook further editorial work by establishing, in conjunction with Robert Jameson ( 1774 – 1854 ), the Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, which took the place of the Edinburgh magazine.
At Pennsylvania he worked closely with another student of Boas, Frank Speck and the two undertook work on Catawba in the summer of 1909.
Having this hard currency buffer to work with, the Salvadoran Government undertook a monetary integration plan beginning January 1, 2001, by which the U. S. dollar became legal tender alongside the colón, and all formal accounting was undertaken in U. S. dollars.
* Mike Vickers, former Manfred Mann multi-instrumentalist, who undertook arrangement work for Nirvana in 1967 and 1968
Given a year to complete the work, Gibson undertook the actual writing out of " blind animal terror " at the obligation to write an entire novel – a feat which he felt he was " four or five years away from ".
Some children undertook work as apprentices to respectable trades, such as building, or as domestic servants ( there were over 120, 000 domestic servants in London in the mid 18th century ).
The center will continue the work that Carl Sagan undertook during his lifetime, including the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence.
" Whether through necessity or just to collect material, he undertook casual work as a dishwasher in restaurants.
In retirement he distanced himself from politics, undertook some consulting work, and traveled to Japan and South Africa.
With Bennington, Derrida undertook the challenge published as Jacques Derrida, an arrangement in which Bennington attempted to provide a systematic explication of Derrida's work ( called the " Derridabase ") using the top two-thirds of every page, while Derrida was given the finished copy of every Bennington chapter and the bottom third of every page in which to show how deconstruction exceeded Bennington's account ( this was called the " Circumfession ").
As the church normally organizes itself along territorial lines, and because they had the human and material resources, religious orders — some even specializing in it — undertook most missionary work, especially in the early phases.
During the last twenty years of his life Thom's published work was mainly in philosophy and epistemology, and he undertook a reevaluation of Aristotle's writings on science.
Under abbots John Greenwell ( 1442 – 1471 ), Thomas Swinton ( 1471 – 8 ), John Darnton ( 1478 – 95 ), who undertook some much needed restoration of the fabric of the abbey including notable work on the church, and Marmaduke Huby ( 1495 – 1526 ) Fountains regained stability and prosperity.
Because of the great legislative work which Basil I undertook, he is often called the " second Justinian.
In the years that followed he also undertook further work on both the Pinewood Film Studios and the Denham Film Studios, both of which had by then become a part of their newly-formed Rank Organisation.
Unlike most medieval instances of fraternal power sharing, Carloman and Pippin for seven years seemed at least willing to work together ; certainly, they undertook many military actions together.
* A third, older, theory, posed by T. von Mörner and G. Fainck, says that Orosius undertook the work before he travelled to Palestine.
Lacoste saw the assembly, which was dominated by pieds-noirs, as hindering the work of his administration, and he undertook to rule Algeria by decree.
References to the theatre are plentiful throughout Resnais's filmmaking ( Marienbad, Muriel, Stavisky, Mon oncle d ' Amérique ), but he first undertook the challenge of taking a complete stage work and giving it new cinematic life in Mélo ( 1986 ), an adaptation of Henry Bernstein's 1929 play of the same name.
Much of the work was undertaken by volunteers led by Rev Vivian Symons who undertook much of the decorative work himself.
undertook and going
In 1430 King Sigismund summoned the nobles of the Holy Roman Empire to a Reichstag in the city of Nuremberg and Oswald with his brother Michael immediately left Tyrol to meet the King, who instead of going directly to Nuremberg undertook a two-month detour to the South German cities of Überlingen and Constance to celebrate Christmas.
He said, their going into such a design would provoke France to turn against them: it might engage them in a long war, the consequences of which could not be forseen: and, as there was no reason to think that, while the parliament was so firm to the king, any discontents could be carried so far as to a general rising, which these men undertook for, so, he said, what would the effect be of turning England into a commonwealth, if it could possibly be brought about, but the ruin of Holland?
The Emin Pasha Relief Expedition, led by Henry Morton Stanley, undertook to rescue Emin by going up the Congo River and then through the Ituri Forest, an extraordinarily difficult route that resulted in the loss of two-thirds of the expedition.
It received further privileges unusual to any order of knighthood: the sovereign undertook to consult the order before going to war ; all disputes between the knights were to be settled by the order ; at each chapter the deeds of each knight were held in review, and punishments and admonitions were dealt out to offenders, and to this the sovereign was expressly subject ; the knights could claim as of right to be tried by their fellows on charges of rebellion, heresy and treason, and Charles V conferred on the order exclusive jurisdiction over all crimes committed by the knights ; the arrest of the offender had to be by warrant signed by at least six knights, and during the process of charge and trial he remained not in prison but in the gentle custody of his fellow knights.
The competition was discontinued in 2005 after the IRB undertook a new Strategic Investment programme, with funding instead going to several new tournaments including the Pacific Nations Cup, featuring Japan, and the IRB Nations Cup, involving Romania.
They undertook a week's intensive coaching in Leeds to bring them up to speed, and after playing a number of touring matches the first true rugby league test was played, with the team going down 8-9 to Wales in Aberdare on 1 January 1908.
" Besides his praiseworthy writing and oration, he often undertook seemingly impossible projects ; for example, before going to Hamilton, in order to improve his health, he traveled on foot from Maryland to Massachusetts, then sailed to Newfoundland and back, paying for his passage by fishing.
That he overcame the difficulty — that, soon after, we find him travelling about England as member of an amateur dramatic company — that he undertook all sorts of public engagements and often devoted himself to private festivity — Dombey going on the while, from month to month — is matter enough for astonishment to those who know anything about artistic production.
In the American system, the legislature undertook the government of the armed forces from the beginning-military justice was not going to be left to the executive.
The bull offered a plenary indulgence, and offered church protection for the property of those who undertook the journey ; thus through this logic the bull draws the conclusion that, due to the sins of the west, Jerusalem fell, and now the people of the west must repent by going on a crusade to recapture the kingdom.