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Others carried pemmican from `` the Forks '' to St. Paul and goods from St. Paul to Red River, as in the summer of 1847 when one trader, Wells, transported twenty barrels of whisky to the British settlement.
Others think that the only unusual thing in the execution of Agag consisted in the fact that it was not carried out strictly in accordance with the provisions of the Jewish law, requiring witnesses to prove the crime ; nor had he been specifically " warned " as the law required.
Others had had similar ideas, but Bouch put them into effect, and did so with an attention to detail ( such as design of the ferry slip ) which led a subsequent President of the Institution of Civil Engineers to settle any dispute over priority of invention with the observation that “ there was little merit in a simple conception of this kind, compared with a work practically carried out in all its details, and brought to perfection ”
Others have heeded, at least as a starting point, the indications given by Robbe-Grillet in the introduction to his screenplay: " Two attitudes are then possible: either the spectator will try to reconstitute some ' Cartesian ' scheme-the most linear, the most rational he can devise-and this spectator will certainly find the film difficult if not incomprehensible ; or else the spectator will let himself be carried along by the extraordinary images in front of him [...] and to this spectator, the film will seem the easiest he has ever seen: a film addressed exclusively to his sensibility, to his faculties of sight, hearing, feeling.
Others say that ships routinely carried bands of pirates to keep pirates at bay.
Others sources say that his body would have been carried from Rome to Soissons ( France ), into the Saint Medard abbey.
Others were ferried from the beaches to the larger ships, and thousands were carried back to Britain by the famous " little ships of Dunkirk ", a flotilla of around 700 merchant marine boats, fishing boats, pleasure craft and Royal National Lifeboat Institution lifeboats — the smallest of which was the fishing boat Tamzine, now in the Imperial War Museum — whose civilian crews were called into service for the emergency.
Others say that, while a Portuguese man was once taking a bath in the river using a kind of plate made with half a coconut ( named cuia ), the stream carried it away, prompting the man to exclaim " Cuia ba " ( something like " the cuia is gone ").
Others have suggested that the term gandy dancer was coined to describe the movements of the workers themselves, i. e., the constant " dancing " motion of the track workers as they lunged against their tools in unison to nudge the rails, often timed by a chant ; as they carried rails ; or, speculatively, as they waddled like ganders while running on the railroad ties.
Others were too deep even to be kedged in ; the men or materials they carried had to be brought ashore on Hatteras Island, and the ships sent back.
' Others say the word " slave " carried with it a different meaning at the time the Bible was written, and that while the key aspect of slavery is ownership by another, sometimes " servant " better conveys to a contemporary audience what the text originally meant.
Others suggest that it was named after the crosier, a staff carried by bishops.
Others are carried out at irregular intervals depending on the site availability and funding for the event, such as the Battle of Bannockburn.
Others have been carried out in Jyväskylä / FIN, Winterthur / CH, Birmingham / UK, Lüdenscheid / D, Liverpool / UK or Stavanger / N and Notodden / N.
Others, however, including a former Brand student, considered academic freedom a privilege that carried with it an expectation of " social responsibility ".
Jens Andermann has noted that contemporary sources on the campaign indicate that it was genocide by the Argentine government against the indigenous tribes. Others perceive the campaign as intending to suppress specifically those groups of Indians that refused to submit to the law and carried out brutal attacks on civilian settlements. The Indians frequently raided frontier settlements and stole horses and cattle, slaughtered the men defending their livestock and captured women and children, who were enslaved or offered as brides to the warriors. This recent argument – usually summarized as " Civilization or Genocide?

Others and extra
Others believe the classic format is superior because it teaches horsemanship, due to the extra preparation needed to condition the horse and the care required after the several miles of endurance day.
Others may spend the extra free time to improve their quality of life, for example pursuing creative activities such as art and crafts ( see starving artist ).
Others have drawn the henohenomoheji with an extra i ( い ) at the end, which is drawn under the ji to form a neck or an ear.
Others, such as the Orthodox Churches and the Catholic Church, see Christ as the centre, but the Church also as essential ( extra Ecclesiam nulla salus ) because of the close union between Christ and the Church described in Biblical passages such as the Epistle to the Ephesians ( see Bride of Christ ), and they view the worship and piety of certain Protestants as centred on celebrity pastors and factions rather than on Christ.
Others may feel that the extra time is worth it and wish to pursue the treatments.
Others grant extra grenades or additional points.

Others and for
Others are confined to vast reservations, and not only does the Australian government justifiably not wish them to be viewed as exhibits in a zoo, but on their reservations they are extremely fugitive, shunning camps, coming together only for corroborees at which their strange culture comes to its highest pitch -- which is very low indeed.
Others mentioned that I might have had to ask friends or even strangers for help and that to be stranded in a foreign country without sufficient funds did not contribute to international understanding.
Others because they expected some sort of reward for the information.
Others meet on Sunday night, at the mid-week service, or for a series of four nights.
Others prefer " The Star-Spangled Banner " for the same reason.
Others suggest the alphabet was developed in central Egypt during the 15th century BC for or by Semitic workers, but only one of these early writings has been deciphered and their exact nature remains open to interpretation.
Others view this period to include spiritual discomfort for past wrongs.
Others may be conditionally essential for some ages or medical conditions.
Others hold that an Alford plea is simply one form of a guilty plea, and, as with other guilty pleas, the judge must see there is some factual basis for the plea.
Poem 30 of that sequence, for instance, speaks of how " Fear contended with desire ": " Others, I am not the first / have willed more mischief than they durst ".
Others produce larvae that have little yolk but swim and feed for a few days before settling.
Others are simple derivatives of botanical natural products ; for example, the pain killer aspirin is derived from salicylic acid which originally came from the bark of willow trees.
Others contend for an earlier date, 68 or 69 AD, in the reign of Nero or shortly thereafter.
Others take ministry positions straight from college, and rising juniors participate in a church internship program to prepare them for the pastoral ministry.
Others believe that trade deficits are good for the economy.
Others see the call to be sexually continent in Matthew 19 to be a caution for men who were too readily divorcing and remarrying.
* The King's Commission to William Kidd for the Capture of Captain Thomas Tew and Others
Others, especially words belonging to the large subset of collective nouns known as terms of venery ( words for groups of animals ), are specific to one kind of constituent object.
Others state that for those who accept that Christians can be homosexual, the sexual ethic aspired to corresponds to the model indicated in scripture and the tradition of the church for heterosexuals ; this entails commitment and fidelity expressed through monogamy and lifelong partnership or union.
Others, including Macaulay and Lord Acton, have historicized Machiavelli's Borgia, explaining the admiration for such violence as an effect of the general criminality and corruption of the time.
Others partake in the practice of placing money under the table cloth for each guest, in order to wish for prosperity in the coming year.
Others blamed pushback from the rock industry: Harold Childs, senior vice president at A & M Records, told the Los Angeles Times that " radio is really desperate for rock product " and " they're all looking for some white rock-n-roll ".

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