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So and frequently
Bovril continued to function as a " war food " in World War I and was frequently mentioned in the 1930 account Not So Quiet ... Stepdaughters of War by Helen Zenna Smith ( Evadne Price ).
So true is this that the confessors themselves are frequently called martyrs.
So frequently do Muslims and Arabic-speaking Jews and Christians invoke this phrase that the quadriliteral verb Hamdala حمدل, " to say al-Hamdu li -' llah " was coined, and the derived noun Hamdalah حمدلة is used as a name for this phrase.
So in order to pass the examination time I had to think of various subterfuges, and one of them is to use one of Malley ’ s poems and another forbiddingly modern poem – frequently one of Geoffrey Hill ’ s ‘ Mercian Hymns ’.
Also, innumerable other Jain monks have attained Moksha here. So it is of very high importance in Jain religion and is mentioned quite frequently in Jain religious books.
So the clans were interrelated and members from one clan would frequently travel in the territory of others, including to hunt, trade and perform ceremonies.
So, while they are rarely used to induce anesthesia, they are frequently used along with other agents such as intravenous non-opioid anesthetics or inhalational anesthetics.
So in effect, bills vetoed by the Reichsrat very frequently died.
So as not to overwhelm his readers with terror, Gautier frequently appeals to irony, which has an anticlimactic effect.
It was further underlined by the song frequently sung in his honor, to the tune of " You Are My Sunshine ": " Luis García, he drinks Sangria / he came from Barça to bring us joy !/ He's five foot seven, he's football heaven / So please don't take our Luis away!
So although group dhikr is seen as a hallmark of Sufism, the Sufis themselves practice the same private forms of worship that other Muslims practice, though usually more frequently and methodically ; group dhikr is a less-frequent occurrence and is not the end-all-and-be-all of Sufism, as some Sufi orders do not even perform it.
His motet, " E ’ en So, Lord Jesus, Quickly Come " is regarded as a classic and has been frequently recorded.
So Mill is wrong in speaking of two impressions being " frequently experienced.
A number of songs from the album were incorporated into the subsequent Zooropa and Zoomerang legs, most frequently " Numb " and " Stay ( Faraway, So Close!
So in vehicles that have to stop frequently and predictably as part of normal operation, energy storage based exclusively on ultracapacitors begins to make sense.
So, with a mostly progressive agenda, and styling themselves " Union Republicans ," they frequently ran their own candidates and rapidly built a large following.
So successful was the studio's promotion of Princess Mona Darkfeather that over the years, and even in 2005, she has been frequently referred to as an American Indian actress.

So and have
So you'll have everything all to yourself, doggone ''
So when textbooks, like that of Baker set out drawings of the ' Ptolemaic System ', complete with earth in the center and the seven heavenly bodies epicyclically arranged on their several deferents, we have nothing but a misleading 20th-century idea of what never existed historically.
So far as the record is concerned, the Western powers have not acquiesced and should not do so.
So have the people's elected spokesmen at the state and federal levels.
So, if the Orioles are to improve, Brandt, Triandos and Walker will have to do it.
So the Commission's announcements of the new Soviet shots have been confined to one or two bleak sentences, with the fission yield usually left vague.
So far this season, Broadway's premieres have included twice as many adaptations and imports as original American stage plays.
`` So, we have to protect the old man for his own good.
So we have three children and responsibilities.
So many times I have wondered why veterinarians do not wipe the table clean before each new canine patient is placed on it for examination.
So manufacturers have pioneered a new type of vehicle -- the self-unloading carrier.
So far, no troublesome cases have arisen under this provision.
So far these remarks, like most criticisms of Hardy, have tacitly assumed that his poetry is all of a piece, one solid mass of verse expressing a sensibility at a single stage of development.
So far, the covers have never been off the boxes.
`` So you're looking for a woman who married a man who might have lived here a year ago and might have been poisoned.
So somebody else could have come in, too -- then or later while she was out of the room.
So Lolotte -- or anybody -- could have listened, and that somebody could have already been supplied with the missing bottle of opium.
So I have heard ''.
So they go looking for mergers with other firms that have publicly quoted stock, and almost daily they pound on the doors of firms like Frito.
`` So that the man should not have thoughts of grandeur, and become lifted up, as if he had no lord, because of the dominion that had been given to him, and the freedom, fall into sin against God his Creator, overstepping his bounds, and take up an attitude of self-conceited arrogance towards God, a law was given him by God, that he might know that he had for lord the lord of all.
So British subjects voluntarily naturalized in a foreign state are deemed aliens from the time of such naturalization, unless, in the case of persons naturalized before the passing of the act, they have declared their desire to remain British subjects within two years from the passing of the act.
So far fifteen volumes of her journals have been published.

So and pictures
So highly regarded was his work that the introduction ( likely written by Dell editor Oskar Lebeck ) to Fairy Tale Parade # 1 spoke of him as " the artist who drew all the wonderful pictures in this book ".
So the plan of one of his best pictures, The Silent Monastery, was born.
So, a Furled site with many pictures could end up being just text.
So incensed was Ward that he painted his house with pictures of a cat holding a bird that would be seen by the canon every time he walked past on his way to the church.
So I saw him at a Dodger old-timers ' game, and we posed for pictures together, and I actually visited him in the Dominican.
Colonial Street has been used for many motion pictures and television shows, starting with the 1946 movie So Goes My Love at what is now the Solis home ( at 4349 Wisteria Lane ).
So he bought for example in 1698 in Antwerp from Gisbert van Colen 12 pictures of Peter Paul Rubens and 13 of Van Dyck, with the pictures of Rubens from the personal estate of the artist which were therefore not intended for sale.
In a 30-year directorial career, he helmed numerous low-budget westerns, action pictures and thrillers and is remembered for original mysteries My Name Is Julia Ross ( 1945 ) and So Dark the Night ( 1946 ) as well as his most-highly regarded feature, 1949's Gun Crazy, which spotlighted a desperate young couple ( Peggy Cummins and John Dall ) who embark on a deadly crime spree.
The pattern of films that rely heavily on its leading ladies having a dominantly female audience can also be seen in pictures like In Her Shoes, Just Like Heaven and Because I Said So, other medium sized box office successes.
So when we were doing that I had a discussion with some members of the production staff and I exposed to them a piece of my past ; that when I was 19 years old, I took some pictures and that ’ s not the person I am.

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