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One day he assigned me to lay bare a `` plot '' by the Duponts to supply munitions to a wholly fictitious revolution he said was about to occur in Cuba.
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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 day he followed the Irish Jasper Greens, the town band, to a picnic and spent the entire day listening, while his family spent the day looking.
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 day I tired of following the Hetman's advice of `` shadowing '' and of the `` ring-around-the-rosie '' approach to a report that Enrico Caruso had pinched a lady's hip while visiting the Central Park monkey house.
F.S.C. Northrop, in his discussion of The `` Functions And Future Of Poetry '', suggests this: `` One of the things which makes our lives drab and empty and which leaves us, at the end of the day, fatigued and deflated spiritually is the pressure of the taxing, practical, utilitarian concern of common-sense objects.
Volumes One and Two, selected from the sound tracks of a television series, contain `` conversations with the elder wise men of our day ''.
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 day Maeterlinck, coming with a friend upon an event which he recognized as the exact pattern of a previous dream, detailed the ensuing occurrences in advance so accurately that his companion was completely mystified.
One day when he attended a war memorial ceremony in Westminster Abbey his view was obstructed by a stout man on his left, his attention turned to the irregular pattern of the rough slab flooring and someone, clasping him by the arm, whispered, `` I want a word with you, please ''.
One day, to everyone's astonishment, someone drops a match in the powder keg and everything blows up.
One day last week, Nixon faced a painful constitutional chore that required him to officiate at a joint session of Congress to hear the official tally of the Electoral College vote, and then to make `` sufficient declaration '' of the election of the man who defeated him in the tight 1960 presidential election.
`` One, modern equipment -- much of it supplied under the Marshall Plan -- enables Fiat to turn out 2,100 cars a day.
One day, Korzybski was giving a lecture to a group of students, and he interrupted the lesson suddenly in order to retrieve a packet of biscuits, wrapped in white paper, from his briefcase.
A series of team-sponsored fan motorcoach trips from Tucson to Bank One Ballpark were inaugurated for the opening season and are still in operation to this day ( it is now known as the " Diamond Express ").
One now leads to Aberdour railway station, a beautifully kept and cared for example of a traditional station, in keeping with its role of transporting at least a quarter of the village's working population to their work each day.
One and assigned
Cukor was then assigned to One Hour With You ( 1932 ), an operetta with Maurice Chevalier and Jeanette MacDonald, when original director Ernst Lubitsch opted to concentrate on producing the film instead.
One year later Sovnarkom nationalized all telephone systems in the Russian Republic-including all intercity, urban, concessionary and zemstvo exchangesand assigned their administration and operation to the People's Commissariat of Posts and Telegraphs.
One such star naming company is the International Star Registry, which, during the 1980s, was accused of deceptive practice for making it appear that the assigned name was official.
One of the historians, posing as a contemporary British soldier, has been assigned to assist with Operation Fortitude.
One salut d ' amor, by a woman ( Azalais d ' Altier ) to a woman ( Clara d ' Anduza ) is also extant and one anonymous planh is usually assigned a female authorship.
One of the earliest parodies of the whodunit genre in general is Englishman E. C. Bentley's ( 1875 – 1956 ) novel Trent's Last Case ( 1913 ), which introduced Philip Trent, a detective who gets everything wrong right from the start: assigned to investigate the murder of English millionaire Sigsbee Manderson, who is found shot in the library of his country house, Trent makes his first major mistake when he falls head over heels in love with the main suspect.
One of the most popular Fire Department members is " Dottie ", a Dalmatian dog permanently assigned to Fire Station 2.
One place along the line, " Wild Goose Bill's Ranch ", run by Samuel Wilbur Condin, was assigned a post office by the Federal government.
One of the anticholinergic compounds, 3-quinuclidinyl benzilate, was assigned the NATO code BZ and was weaponized at the beginning of the 1960s for possible battlefield use.
One of the anticholinergic compounds, 3-quinuclidinyl benzilate, was assigned the NATO code BZ and was weaponized beginning in the 1960s for possible battlefield use.
One must remain in one ’ s assigned sleeping place and wait until 5: 30 the next morning before getting up, when the whole cycle begins again .”
One editor has Demosthenes deliver a short valedictory speech congratulating Agoracritus at the end of the play ( lines 1254-56 )-a speech that is otherwise assigned to the leader of the Chorus.
The number of dots are assigned temperatures: One point means 110 ° C, two points means 150 ° C and three points means 200 ° C.
One of Ely's clients, Emil Usibelli, founder of the Usibelli Coal Mine in Healy, Alaska, was trying to sell coal to the military, and Stevens was assigned to handle his legal affairs.
One crucial insight is that most costs are assigned when a product is designed, ( see Genichi Taguchi ).
The producer Westwood One assigned to work with Hansen from 1978 to 1982 was Lynnsey Guererro, a former track star from UCLA and Senior Producer at the company.