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They were deemed to be of some local Asiatic fabric of uncertain date.
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They crawled through the north fence and came on toward him, and now he saw that both were young, not more than nineteen or twenty.
They were dirty, their clothes were torn, and the girl was so exhausted that she fell when she was still twenty feet from the front door.
They expected greater things from him, regardless of how trying the circumstances, and they were disappointed.
`` They were supposed to meet Thor at nine PM for a conference concerning the ad campaign for their soap, a new angle based on this SX-21 stuff ''.
They were married over the week-end, though he was easily sixty and she could not have been even thirty.
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They also attacked and intimidated civilians deemed to be contributors to the country's economy such as telephone workers, coffee pickers, teachers, and technicians as well as civilians who participated or cooperated in government or community programs such as distribution of subsidized food products, rural cooperatives, and education.
They can be deemed unfair as countries with a higher percentage voting power have the right to veto any decision that is not in their favor, leaving the smaller countries powerless.
They also say that new disciplinary norms, such as the Mass of Paul VI, promulgated on April 3, 1969, undermine or conflict with the historical Catholic faith and are deemed heresies.
They were deemed too difficult to seize and move after Escobar's fall, and hence left on the untended estate.
( They are often termed " hot " and " cold ," and the AES14-1992 ( r2004 ) Standard EIA Standard RS-297-A suggest that the pin that carries the positive signal that results from a positive air pressure on a transducer will be deemed ' hot '.
They may be purposefully imposed, or arise as unintended consequence of trans-cultural interaction ; and have a measurable effect even where countered by other external influences and actions deemed to be beneficial or which serve to promote indigenous rights and interests within the wider community.
They also deemed McClure's Planet of the Apes musical the best moment of the episode and " maybe even the whole show ".
They have been deemed of questionable effectiveness in modern combat and the use of flame weapons is always a public relations issue due to the horrific death they inflict.
They imposed censorship, closed many newspapers that published material deemed unacceptable, and suspended civil liberties.
They were examined by the Senate, deemed to be inappropriate for disclosure to the people, and burned.
Instead, for the purposes of describing their anatomy and enumerating their bones, mammalian and human skulls are divided differently: They are deemed to consist of two categorical parts, the neurocranium and the viscerocranium.
They can limit what would be preferable in terms of national interests, frame what issues are available for collective debate, and delimit the policy alternatives deemed possible.
They may then " set out any plan of government deemed ' suitable for the good government of the city '" ( RCW 35A. 08. 050 ), which need not be a commission, mayor-council, or council-manager form.
" They were deemed excessively authoritarian by his former students ' union, which in 2000 banned him from the building — a policy which lapsed in 2003.
They believed that the other delegates had violated the Constitution ( and, in effect, withdrawn from the denomination ), and deemed themselves to be the true United Brethren Church.
They may also be admitted for intensive / invasive monitoring, such as the crucial hours after major surgery when deemed too unstable to transfer to a less intensively monitored unit.
They remained there until 1916, when Charlie deemed the situation in Shanghai to be safe enough to return.
They were created in the mid-1990s out of non-metropolitan districts, and often cover large towns and cities as this is deemed to be more efficient than a two-tier structure.
They were allocated originally to member nations in turn, on condition the country was deemed competent and that it could guarantee ticket sales.
They are naïve rationalists, and thinking that their knowledge can indeed be founded, in principle, it may be deemed certain to some degree, and rational.