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The course was allegedly designed to play to then-commanding officer Major General Robert B. McClure's terrible slice, and thus has a series of holes nicknamed " Combat Corner " with substantial doglegs.
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Setting a course straight for the house, he was covering ground fast when an angry bee buzzed past close to his face.
The Nazis knew this, of course, and while their chief quarry was the industrial centers, they let a few drop every time they went over, hoping for a lucky hit.
The other, of course, was the Civil War, the conflict which a century ago insured national unity over fragmentation.
The biggest loss, of course, was the individual's lessened desire and ability to give his services to the growth of his company and our economy.
It was, of course, a little boy's fantasy of winning his mother to himself, and replacing the father who could not give her the things she wanted -- a classical oedipal fantasy if you like -- but if it were only this the story would be banal.
But what you could not know, of course, was how smoothly the Victorian Fitzgerald was to lead into an American Fitzgerald of my own vintage under whose banner we adolescents were to come, if not of age, then into a bright, taut semblance of it.
There was, of course, more to the portrait of a lady you carried in your mind's eye than the sine qua non of her virtue.
It was said that the Hetman plotted to take over the entire Hearst newspaper empire one day by means of various coups: the destruction of editors who tried to halt his course, the unfrocking of publishers whose mistakes of judgment might be magnified in secret reports to Mr. Hearst.
It was, of course, in this drawing of the balance sheet of judgment that he most clearly displayed his desire to do full justice to an author.
This of course was not true of the educated and sophisticated people we met, who loved their pets, but kindness is not a basic human instinct.
That was in the days before blood banks, of course, and transfusions had to be given directly from donor to patient.
He was shown a warm welcome regardless, and spent the time in Winchester recuperating from his ailment, enjoying his family and arranging his private affairs which were, of course, run down.
A professor at the University of Constantinople, where his first course of lectures was on Nietzsche and the `` philosophy of action '', Vincent Berger becomes head of the propaganda department of the German Embassy in Turkey.
And of course the Soviet threat was responsible for NATO, the grand alliance of the Atlantic nations.
The `` fruitful course '' of metropolitanization that you recommend is currently practiced by the town of East Greenwich and had its inception long before we learned what it was called.
Actually, of course, that label `` controversial '' applied only because he was carrying out the mandate given him by the world organization he headed rather than following the dictates of the Soviet Union.
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A bend in front of Grace Church allegedly avoids an earlier tavern ; from 10th Street it begins its long diagonal course across Manhattan, headed almost due north.
On 17 December 2009, Independent Police Complaints Commission investigators and officers from the Metropolitan Police's directorate of professional standards arrested a former police constable and a serving member of Metropolitan Police staff on suspicion of attempting to pervert the course of justice by allegedly withholding evidence from the original murder inquiry, the Kent investigation and the Macpherson inquiry.
The authenticity of the letters ( which were allegedly rediscovered and published in the early 16th century ), the exact course of the voyage, as well as whether it even took place, are challenged by historians.
A purported union driver ( Frank Whaley ) who had been waiting in the diner, allegedly for a part for his truck, reveals himself to be a ' hit man ' after gaining the trust of Ciaro during short conversations over the course of the long wait.
Windsor made the allegations during the course of the 2004 Federal election campaign, some five months after the incident allegedly occurred.
In 2004 his name appeared on the list, published by al Mada, of people who allegedly received corruption money from Saddam Hussein's government in Iraq during the course of the Oil-for-Food Program.
Mayor Darren Scully resigned from office on 22 November 2011 in the wake of comments he made about the " aggressive attitude " of " black Africans " he had allegedly encountered in the course of his constituency work.
During World War II it was widely rumored among the U. S. Armed Forces that someone involved with the program was a Nazi sympathizer, " proof " being that shortly after many of the programs, an American naval vessel would supposedly be sunk ; this was allegedly due to coded information being passed out in the course of the broadcast of the program.
The attack is allegedly funded by the fictitious Arab nation of Qumar, a recurring source of terrorism over the course of the series.
At the 2003 World Climate Change Conference he asked ten questions on climate change, which were allegedly answered by attending scientists during the course of the conference.
Satie directs at least part of the fun at himself: the sourd muet (" deaf-mute ") from Lower Brittany, allegedly having provided the " Peruvian air " that forms the first theme of the last movement, is of course none but Satie himself.
During the course of the programme there are many references to characters being allegedly possessed by a ghost who, whilst doing so, maniacally recites nursery rhymes.
" He also allegedly participated " in an advanced course on surveillance, in which he conducted surveillance of the abandoned buildings that had formerly been the US and British embassies in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Of course, any " prediction " that is so vague as to not be correctly interpreted before the event it allegedly " predicted " is functionally equivalent to no prediction at all.
In 1994 the surviving senior officer in charge of the original investigation Detective Superintendent Dick Holland and the forensic scientist who worked on the case Ronald Outteridge ( retired ), were formally charged with " doing acts tending to pervert the course of justice " by allegedly suppressing evidence against Kiszko, namely the results of scientific tests on semen taken from the victim's body and from the accused.
After investigating the scene, Cryer told the prosecutor's office that he believed that the fire was arson, a conclusion that eventually led to Kenny Richey being convicted and sentenced to death on charges of aggravated murder with a specification alleging murder in the course of arson, aggravated arson, breaking and entering ( a greenhouse where he allegedly acquired the materials to start the fire ), and child endangerment.
It has long been the received opinion that when Mary Tudor deprived Grafton of his royal office, he immediately sold off his printing house and equipment to Robert Caly — except, of course, for the various bits and pieces that Tottell allegedly used to set up shop in that same year.
Until recently it was believed that this alkaline steppe was formed by the clear cutting of huge forests in the Middle Ages, followed by measures to control the course of the Tisza River, allegedly resulting in the soil's current structure and pH.
In the course of the liquidation transports in autumn 1944, when some two thirds of the ghetto population were deported to Auschwitz, Eppstein was allegedly shot in the Small Fortress.
The original charges involved advertisements placed in the New York Times by Walker, as Managing Director for The Broughton Institute of Ortho-Dietetics in NY City, wherein he allegedly promised employment with this school following completion of a six-weeks course.
Lennon was disillusioned after Maharishi Mahesh Yogi had allegedly made a sexual advance at one of the female members attending the course the Maharishi was teaching at his ashram.
This obi would serve as the court of the first instance, depending, of course, on the nature of the offense or crime allegedly committed.
* 18½ minutes of the infamous " Watergate tapes " were, allegedly, accidentally erased by Richard Nixon's secretary in a clerical error which may have very well changed the course of American history.