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They were subject to an abbot, and observed a common rule.
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They and were
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.
They and subject
They laughed and, true to national form and manners, never talked long or solemnly on any subject at all, but some of them worried out loud about short memories and ghosts.
" They warn of the dangers interpretations could suffer from when associating the subject of inherently meaningful words and language with the personality of one authorial voice.
They are subject to change, not only on the basis of new information and discoveries, but also as attitudes and perspectives change within the scientific community.
They and their clerics and their properties were exempt from all jurisdiction except the immediate jurisdiction of the Pope, and they were not subject to the judgments of the Auditor of Causes, or to the Cardinal Vicar.
They subject the product to different forces that pushes the particles / droplets against one another, hence helping in the film drainage.
They would work alone to shed societal conformities, and build a multitude of information on a desired subject with varying view points, methods, or philosophies.
They rapidly ceased to be used for most purposes, an exception being some high-voltage high-current applications subject to large transient peaks, where their robustness to abuse made them the best choice.
They are typically organized by subject matter, process relatively high volumes of updates using transactions.
They subject the body to starvation and produce an average weekly weight loss of 1. 5 – 2. 5 kilograms ( 3. 3 – 5. 5 lb ).
They created better housing that allowed them to improve their living conditions and no longer be subject to the climate.
They reproduce and are subject to the forces of natural selection ( with the payoffs of the game representing reproductive success ( biological fitness )).
They were not subject to the regulation of the guilds ; therefore, they could cater weddings and banquets without restriction.
Frame S ' has an arbitrary but fixed rotation with respect to frame S. They are both inertial frames provided a body not subject to forces appears to move in a straight line.
* They function as other lexical categories — usually nouns — within the clauses that contain them, for example by serving as the subject of another verb.
They are good only in a negative sense, insofar as they are self-sufficient and thus not subject to the vices of political society.
They are often the subject of discussion of the case, how they will decide who is guilty, and are given by the judge in order to make sure their interests are represented and nothing prejudicial is said.
They were of intense interest to Agassiz, and formed the subject of a special monograph by him published in 1844 – 45: Monographie des poissons fossiles du Vieux Gres Rouge, ou Systeme Devonien ( Old Red Sandstone ) des Iles Britanniques et de Russie (" Monograph on Fossil Fish of the Old Red Sandstone, or Devonian System of the British Isles and of Russia ").