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There she extracted two limp vellum sheets and wrote off the letters, one to Abel, one to Mark.
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There and she
There was something about the contour of her face, her smile that was like New Orleans sunshine, the way she held her head, the way she walked -- there was scarcely anything she did which did not fascinate me.
There, to the Evening Post, she emphatically denied the divorce rumors and explained that she had stayed behind because of the schooling of their son, which henceforth would be strictly American.
There were times now, like this, when she lost control of the time count and moved freely back and forth into three generations.
There was one of the new forte-pianos in the room and, as Claire rose to go, he asked her to sing him one song before she left.
There were times it wasn't right to make a person happy, like the times she came in the kitchen and asked know we don't keep peanut `` butter for a peanut butter sandwich.
There is reason to suppose that Lucy would have made a record as publicly distinguished as her brother had it not been that her mother's death occurred just as she was about to enter college.
There also came a brief contretemps with the sound mixers who made the mistake of being overheard during a quiet moment near the conclusion of `` Do It Again '', and she made the tart observation that `` I never saw so much moving about in an audience ''.
There she walked to the far left and leaned on a vacant section of banister, while the vendor picked himself another well-dressed American lady, carrying a camera and a handsome alligator bag, ascending the steps alone.
There are two types of allophones, based on whether a phoneme must be pronounced using a specific allophone in a specific situation, or whether the speaker has freedom to ( unconsciously ) choose which allophone he or she will use.
In 2007, she wrote that she did not want to belittle the issue but was sceptical of the claims that specific actions would prevent catastrophe, then in 2008 that her doubts had been “ crystalised ” by Nigel Lawson's book An Appeal to Reason, before stating in 2009 that " There is no climate change, hasn ’ t anybody looked out of their window recently?
Fay disappears, and hiding from the police, admits that she hopes for one miracle-for a hero who can come and deliver the town from the madness (“ There Won't Be Trumpets ”).
There is uncertainty about her intentions when she tells Job to curse God but it is clear that Job honors her by the way he talks about her in Chapter 31.
There is a belief that she was buried between platforms 9 and 10 in King's Cross station in London, England.
There and extracted
There are also at least 86 alkaloids containing the root " vin " ( extracted from the Vinca plant ).
There was some hope that the enrichment process would be improved and fissionable isotopes of U-235 could, at some future date, be extracted from the depleted uranium.
" There are, indeed, various names affirmed to designate the ante-Hellenic inhabitants of many parts of Greece — the Pelasgi, the Leleges, the Curetes, the Kaukones, the Aones, the Temmikes, the Hyantes, the Telchines, the Boeotian Thracians, the Teleboae, the Ephyri, the Phlegyae, & c. These are names belonging to legendary, not to historical Greece — extracted out of a variety of conflicting legends by the logographers and subsequent historians, who strung together out of them a supposed history of the past, at a time when the conditions of historical evidence were very little understood.
There are also about half a dozen clayponds along the riverside in Brigg where clay was formerly extracted for brick – making.
There were two fulling mills on the Afon Daron, in addition to three corn mills, and lichen was gathered around Y Rhiw, from which a grey dye was extracted.
There was not enough granite extracted from the Little Cottonwood Canyon quarry for the entire project, so extra granite was brought in from the mid-west and used for the flooring.
There, 90 % of the beam power is extracted by so-called Power Extraction and Transfer Structures ( PETS ).
There is also a reference in Death in the Clouds ( 1935 ) by Agatha Christie: " Mr. Clancy, writer of detective stories ... extracted a Continental Bradshaw from his raincoat pocket ... to work out a complicated alibi.
There are many pubs in Beighton, The most popular being The Gypsy Queen built recently ( Now run by Hungry Horse ), The Fox on Skelton Lane, The George and Dragon, The Cumberland both being on Beighton's High street and finally The Belfry which is on Eckington Road within the Sothall estate, Featuring a bell extracted from a church.
There are two major " bands " of slate running parallel to each other through this region of mid-Wales, the " broad vein " and the " narrow vein ", the latter of which Aberllefenni extracted.
There is a school of thought which says that all ridden horses should have their wolf teeth extracted because if they are removed then they cannot cause any problems and it is not a major surgical procedure.
There and two
There had been a good second or two during which my muffler had been blowing out, and now I was certain I'd seen her somewhere before.
There were two rubbing sticks for making fire, two stones shaped roughly like knives, a woven-root container which held a few pounds of dried worms and the dead body of some rodent.
There is probably some significance in the fact that two of the best incest stories I have encountered in recent years are burlesques of the incest myth.
There is a mediocre restaurant at Sounion and I fed a thin little Grecian cat and gave it two saucers of water -- there was no milk -- which it lapped up as though it were nectar.
There had been reading at table, especially from two books, Pope Gregory The Great's account of St. Scholastica in his Dialogues and my own The World Of Washington Irving.
There were four from St. John's and four from Christ's, three from Pembroke, and two from each of the colleges, Jesus, Peterhouse, Queens', and Trinity, with Caius, Clare, King's, Magdalene, and Sidney supplying one each in the ordo senioritatis.
There are only two men remaining in Congress who, with Rayburn, voted for the declaration of war against Germany in 1917.
There were two liquor saloons not very far from the church, one white, that is conducted for white people with a side entrance for Negroes ; ;
There are forty-seven special district governments in Rhode Island ( excluding two regional school districts, four housing authorities, and the Kent County Water Authority ).
There should be 10'' '' between the two parallel members and each should be 1'' '' from an end of the long piece.
There are many grammatical misconstructions other than dangling modifiers and anatomicals which permit two different interpretations.
There appeared to be no difference in the distribution of anti-A and anti-B activity in group O serum, though in two group O donors ( J. F. and E. M. ) only one type of agglutinin was found in the regions of low anionic binding capacity ( Figs. 1 and 2 ).
There are two types of such intersections, depending essentially on whether the curves cross at the point of intersection.
There were two methods that could have been used for conducting the study within the resources available: ( 1 ) interviews in depth with a few selected companies, and ( 2 ) the more limited interrogation of a large number of companies by means of a mail questionnaire.
There are two ways of getting at a poet's development: through his dated poems, and through the revisions which he made in later editions of his work.
There was no cleaning or further care, but the wound healed in less than two weeks and showed no scar.