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One and reservation
One such reservation was Guanabacoa, which is today a suburb of Havana.
One of the main theses of casuists was the necessity to adapt the rigorous morals of the Early Fathers of Christianity to modern morals, which led in some extreme cases to justify what Innocent XI later called " laxist moral " ( i. e. justification of usury, homicide, regicide, lying through " mental reservation ", adultery and loss of virginity before marriage, etc .— all due cases registered by Pascal in the Provincial Letters ).
One of the residents was listed as " Na-Nex-Se Blackhoof ," the widow of Chief Blackhoof, who was the second signer of the 1854 treaty that ceded 1. 6 million acres ( 6, 500 km² ) of the Kansas Shawnee Indian reservation to the U. S. government.
One thing which made the Manor vastly different from other localities in Lancaster County at this period was the existence of the Indian reservation ( Indiantown ) established by William Penn.
One way to solve the scalability problem is by using a multi-level approach, where per-microflow resource reservation ( i. e. resource reservation for individual users ) is done in the edge network, while in the core network resources are reserved for aggregate flows only.
One castrum was a reservation of land " cut off " for military use.
One of many implications of this fact is that tribes can not always effectively embrace the total management of a reservation, for non-Indian owners and users of allotted lands contend that tribes have no authority over lands that fall within the tax and law-and-order jurisdiction of local government.
One farmer whose place is located near the reservation has been continually bothered by the Indians cutting his fences and turning their cattle in to graze on his property .” Yet, in the very same year we hear this report in the Creston Review, June 21, 1912: “ Agent Galbraith says everything is in good condition and the majority of the Indians are at work picking berries for the ranchers who find their help useful and profitable .”
One driver-Mr Alan Bateman-managed to free himself from his car and ran back down the central reservation to warn others, but was ignored and was even hooted by some drivers as they continued towards the crash.
Red ran a reservation for the Red One camera, requiring a $ 1, 000 deposit, between April 24, 2006 and October 31, 2006.
One other reservation, of two miles ( 3 km ) square, on the river Salamanie, at the mouth of Atchepongqwawe creek.
One other reservation, of six miles ( 10 km ) square, on the Wabash river, below the forks thereof.
One other reservation, of ten miles ( 16 km ) square, opposite the mouth of the river A Bouette.
One other reservation, of ten miles ( 16 km ) square, at the village on Sugar Tree Creek.
One other reservation, of two miles ( 3 km ) square, at the mouth of a creek, called Flat Rock, where the road to White river crosses the same.
One day, Aunt Ida called to let Christine know that she would be in town and that Ida's Aunt Clara is sick and is staying at the hospital on the reservation.
One of them is the Mbatovi reservation, located 72 km away from Asunción following the road that connects the Routes 1 and 2, the roadhouses of Chololó, Pinamar, Piraretá and others.
One annual away trip visits the Akwesasne Native American reservation to engage in community service, and another works with the Habitat for Humanity program.

One and on
One false move on his part and he would be a dead man.
One is tempted to say that, on the difference between the concepts of sovereignty in these two preambles, the worst war of the Nineteenth century was fought.
One looked down on a sea of leaves, a breaking wave of flower.
One of the obvious conclusions we can make on the basis of the last election, I suppose, is that we, the majority, were dissatisfied with Eisenhower conservatism.
One is so accustomed to think of men as the privileged who need but ask and receive, and women as submissive and yielding, that our sympathies are usually enlisted on the side of the man whose love is not returned, and we condemn the woman as a coquette.
One of the most distressing of these scenes occurred at Spring Green toward the end of the open warfare, on a beautiful day in June.
One should not, of course, pluck the head off a flower and expect its perfume to linger on.
One was an article on the U.N. by Alice Widener from the Cincinnati Enquirer.
One day in a bar, so the legend goes, someone put a beer stein with too much force on the monacle and broke it.
One finds it difficult to pass censure on the lonely figure who waited for days for a saving word from his zealously served idol, W.R. Hearst.
One shawl was so tremendous that she could not wear it, so she draped it over the banister on the second floor, and it hung over the stairway.
One might, indeed, argue that the history of ideas, in so far as it includes the literatures, must center on characterizations of human nature and that the great periods of literary achievement may be distinguished from one another by reference to the images of human nature that they succeed in fashioning.
One historical authority presents laborious and circuitous testimony tending to arouse suspicion that Massachusetts was behind the clouds settling down on the embattled Gorton.
One effect of the spirited give-and-take of these discussions was to focus attention on practical applications and the necessity of being armed with the facts: knowledge of the destructive force of even the tiniest `` tactical '' atomic weapon would have a bearing on judgments as to the advisability of its use -- to defend Berlin, for example ; ;
One cannot but wonder whether these doubts about the success of Khrushchev's agricultural policy have not at least something to do with one of the big surprises provided by this Congress -- the obsessive harping on the crimes and misdeeds of the `` anti-party group '' -- Molotov, Malenkov, Kaganovich and others -- including the eighty-year-old Marshal Voroshilov.
One day, Ching had told him ( smiling, patting him on the back ) as they walked to the weekly conference of squad leaders, `` Keep it up, your squad is good, one of the best, keep it up, keep up the good work ''.
One indication of the merits of the new management is found in the fact that during the period 1951-1956, while total annual mileage put on the vehicles increased 35%, the total maintenance cost increased only 11%.
One state, Alabama, closes its fiscal year on September 30, and all cities in the state, with one exception, also close fiscal years on September 30.
One consequence is the occurrence of occasional conflicts because private owners of some inholdings object to public programs of use on neighboring National Forest or other Federal land, or because such ownerships are developed for uses that are not compatible with use for the public of neighboring National Forest land.
The exercise I shall discuss in this -- the first of a new series of articles on muscle definition-specialization of a particular body part -- is the One Leg Lunge.
One female, collected on an island off the coast of Nicaragua, was gravid and measured 4 feet 8 inches from snout to vent ( her tail should be between 6 and 7 inches long ).
One might digress at this point and speculate that if it is `` wise '' to create special sections for special status, then why not a special section for women pregnant before marriage, and one for 44-year-old men with teenage children, and so on.

One and point
One of the early humorists already mentioned, Thomas Bangs Thorpe, can be used to illustrate another point where Faulkner touches authentic Southern materials and also earlier literary treatment of those materials.
One young man, exhilarated to the point of insanity by liquor and the excitement of the moment, performed a perfect swan dive out of the stands at the Yale Bowl during the Yale-Army football game, landed squarely on his head on the concrete ramp below, and died at once.
One of the Dead Sea Scrolls ( 4Q535, Manuscript B ) is written from Amram's point of view, and hence has been dubbed the Testament of Amram.
The principle it works on, the constant of simultaneity, is analogous in some ways to gravity ... One point has to be fixed, on a planet of certain mass, but the other end is portable.
* One central point of divergence is Steiner's views on reincarnation and karma.
One of the first reactions was to simply increase the guard, creating what at times might seem a small army trailing every leader ; another was to begin clearing large areas whenever a leader was present, to the point where entire sections of a city might be shut down.
Finally the structure portrays the trial faced by the Anointed One as the focal point of the book ( D ).
One important turning point came in the Seven Years ' War, when the British conquered the port of Havana and introduced thousands of slaves in a ten month period.
One large text which has survived, The Book of Two Principles ( Liber de duobus principiis ), elaborates the principles of dualistic theology from the point of view of some of the Albanenses Cathars.
One can use the same principle to specify the position of any point in three-dimensional space by three Cartesian coordinates, its signed distances to three mutually perpendicular planes ( or, equivalently, by its perpendicular projection onto three mutually perpendicular lines ).
In Part Two, the author acknowledges the criticism of his digressions in Part One and promises to concentrate the narrative on the central characters ( although at one point he laments that his narrative muse has been constrained in this manner ).
One featured in the album The Artist in the Ambulance called " The melting point of wax.
One of these is centered on the northwest point of the atoll, another is found near the Point Marianne Cemetery on the southeast end of the airfield.
One aspect that gradually became disturbing from a civil rights point of view, was that relatives would use deception, or legal dealings or even kidnapping to get the recruit into deprogrammers ' hands, without allowing the person any recourse to a lawyer or psychiatrist of their own choosing.
One reason that the ancients treated the parallel postulate as less certain than the others is that verifying it physically would require us to inspect two lines to check that they never intersected, even at some very distant point, and this inspection could potentially take an infinite amount of time.
One is translation, which means a shifting of the plane so that every point is shifted in the same direction and by the same distance.
One point that Bagley noted was that students in the U. S. were not getting an education on the same levels as students in Europe who were the same age.
One of the topics he dealt with was the freedom of the will, a crucial point.
One point agreed on is that fractal patterns are characterized by fractal dimensions, but whereas these numbers quantify complexity ( i. e., changing detail with changing scale ), they neither uniquely describe nor specify details of how to construct particular fractal patterns.
One purpose of point positioning is the provision of known points for mapping measurements, also known as ( horizontal and vertical ) control.
One often cited example, though perhaps not Luther's chief concern, is a condemnation of the selling of indulgences ; another prominent point within the 95 Theses is Luther's disagreement both with the way in which the higher clergy, especially the pope, used and abused power, and with the very idea of the pope.
One group of opponents of this point of view, including many European nations, maintain that all civilized nations have certain norms of conduct expected of them, including the prohibition of genocide, slavery and the slave trade, wars of aggression, torture, and piracy, and that violation of these universal norms represents a crime, not only against the individual victims, but against humanity as a whole.
* All at One Point — The fact that all matter and creation used to exist in a single point.

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