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Then she turned back to Wilson and smiled, and he wasn't quite sure what she meant by it.
Then he astonished Matsuo by pushing and dragging himself until he sat.
Then, after overtures to accept a settlement and go through with a divorce, Miriam gave a ghastly echo of Mrs. Micawber by suddenly stating, `` I will never leave Mr. Wright ''.
Then Miriam varied the senseless psychological warfare by suddenly withdrawing a suit for separate maintenance that had been pending, and asking for divorce on the grounds of cruelty, with the understanding that Wright would not contest it.
My own stern hand has rent the ancient bond, And thereof shall the ending not have end: But not for me, that loved her, to be fond Lightly to please me with a newer friend Then hold it more than bravest-feathered song, That I affirm to thee, with heart of pride, I knew not what did to a friend belong Till I stood up, true friend, by thy true side ; ;
Certainly, the meaning is clearer to one who is not familiar with Biblical teachings, in the New English Bible which reads: `` Then Jesus arrived at Jordan from Galilee, and he came to John to be baptized by him.
Then came their bathroom, and then a bedroom that, judging by the photographs on the walls, must belong to Mme Cestre.
Then epistolatory me was a foreign correspondent dispatching exciting cables and communiques, full of dash and wit and glamor, quoting from the books I read, imitating the grand styles of the authors recommended by a teacher in whose special, after-school class I was enrolled.
Then, at last, his day would fall into an ordered pattern and he would be free to read, or garden or just wander through the woods in the late afternoon, accompanied by his dogs.
Then there are the trustees and officers of the great educational foundations, who inevitably exert an influence on educational decisions by their support or refusal to support various educational programs, experiments, and demonstrations.
Then he might finally recognize it, apparently by combining the visual blot, actually being seen, with tactual feelings in the head or body accompanying the tracing movements.
Then, advised by the Architect of the Capitol, the Joint Committee for the Library, traditionally responsible for the works of art in the building, ordered the space cleared and painted in fresco, to show `` the Peace after the Civil War '', `` the Spanish-American War '', and `` the Birth of Aviation '', to match as nearly as feasible Brumidi's technique and composition.
Then, by squeezing her foot three times, he came up -- presto -- with a different diagnosis with each squeeze.
Then he asked to use the phone and called Brian Thayer, who said that he was just leaving to keep a lunch date but would be home by two o'clock.
Then, when the case went to the jury, the judge excused one of the jurors, saying the juror had told him he had been accosted by masked men at his motel the night before the trial opened.
Then Charlie spooned out some quick impressions of the Nikita he had glimpsed: `` I was captivated by his humor, frankness and good nature and by his kind, strong and somewhat sly face ''.
Then, if the middle number is activated to its greatest potential in terms of this square, through multiplying it by the highest number, 9 ( which is the square of the base number ), the result is 45 ; ;
Then there are a pair of old biddies played by Grace Carney and Sibly Bowan who may be right off the shelf of stock Irish characters, but they put such a combination of good will and malevolence into their parts that they're quite entertaining.
Then, in order to prevent Polk from dissipating his forces by implementing his proposal to allow some men to join a partisan group, Johnston ordered him to send Pillow and 5, 000 men to Fort Donelson.
Seven stories are inspired by a nursery rhyme: And Then There Were None by Ten Little Indians ; One, Two, Buckle My Shoe by One, Two, Buckle My Shoe ; Five Little Pigs by This Little Piggy ; Crooked House by There Was a Crooked Man ; A Pocket Full of Rye by Sing a Song of Sixpence ; Hickory Dickory Dock by Hickory Dickory Dock, and Three Blind Mice by Three Blind Mice.

Then and 1897
Then he gained the rank of full professor in 1897 at Greifswald.
Then, in March 1897, a Pensacolian named M. Loftin founded a newsweekly, the Pensacola Journal.
Then he resumed publishing in 1897 and kept going until 1931.
Then it switched again to Quilmes Cricket Club in 1897, finally changing to Quilmes Athletic Club in 1900, when the club registered to Argentine Association Football League ( former Argentine Football Association )

Then and Company
Then in London, Astor at once made a contract with the Northwest Company of Montreal and Quebec ( then the magnate of the Canadian Northwest fur trade ).
Thenin the only paid employment he ever had – he took a job as a telegraph operator with the Great Northern Telegraph Company working first in Denmark and then in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and was soon made a chief operator.
* Douglas K. Smith, Robert C. Alexander, Fumbling the Future: How Xerox Invented, Then Ignored, the First Personal Computer ( William Morrow and Company, New York, 1988 ) ISBN 1-58348-266-0
Then, in 1912, they lent their support to filmmaker Carl Laemmle's Independent Motion Picture Company, which challenged the monopolistic control of the Edison Trust.
Then with the same company ( but renamed the Royal Shakespeare Company from January 1961 ) she appeared as:
Then, in 1778, the Richard Henderson Company was granted in recognition of the $ 50, 000 paid by the company to the Cherokee Indians in the Treaty of Watauga.
Then after a lengthy search for contractors by the State of Kentucky's Division of Abandoned Mine Lands, work commenced on the largest tract, a tract once part of the now defunct Green Coal Company.
Then, Georgia Marble Company purchased Cyprus Thompson Weinman.
Then a group of local businessmen, including Valentine S. McClatchy ( the co-owner of the Sacramento Bee ), incorporated the Fair Oaks Development Company in 1900.
Then in 1909, were acquired by the Seminole Land & Investment Company as the site for a Grand Army of the Republic veterans ' colony.
Then, in 1919, Ernest Woodruff and a group of investors purchased the Company from Candler and his family.
Then in 1939, on the eve of the Second World War, the NBG established a subsidiary in New York, the Hellenic Bank Trust Company.
Then, from 1975 – 86, he was a Director of Worcester Engineering Company.
Then, in 1537, it combined with the Salt Fishmongers ' Company to form the Company of the present name.
Then head of the Canadian Opera Company in Toronto, Mansouri had received an education in medicine in Los Angeles, but gave it all up upon becoming fixated on opera, first as a young tenor with UCLA's Opera Workshop, and then with opera in general.
Then ( in 1847 ), the latter was taken over by the London and North Western Railway Company, which allowed the Shrewsbury Canal and the branch from Norbury Junction to decline.
Then, between 1882 and 1884, the Singer Manufacturing Company built a massive sewing machine factory in Kilbowie, less than half a mile north of the Clyde Bank shipyard.
Then came Sharpe's Battle set between Sharpe's Gold and Sharpe's Company ( i. e. in 1811 ).
Then in 1684, in East India Company v. Sandys it was decided that exclusive rights to trade only outside the realm were legitimate, on the grounds that only large and powerful concerns could trade in the conditions prevailing overseas.
Then in January 2000 Thomson-CSF announced a bid for the Company: Racal became Thomson-CSF Racal plc and later part of Thales plc with the renaming of the larger Thomson-CSF to Thales Group.
Then in 1842 the American Fur Company declared bankruptcy, and in order to continue in the trade Dousman entered into a joint venture with Rolette, Sibley, and Pierre Chouteau to organize a new company which would take its place on the upper Mississippi.
Then he met Waldorf Astoria Smith of the Carter Radio Company who helped him with radio theory including Ohm's law.
Then, in 1928, it was bought by Central Union Trust Company, whose headquarters adjoined the building to the north, for an undisclosed sum, although the building was assessed at that time at $ 4 million.

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