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But there's one thing I never seen or heard of, one thing I just don't think there is, and that's a sportin' way o' killin' a man ''!!
I seized the rack and made a western-style flying-mount just in time, one of my knees mercifully landing on my duffel bag -- and merely wrecking my camera, I was to discover later -- my other knee landing on the slivery truck floor boards and -- but this is no medical report.
The true artist is like one of those scientists who, from a single bone can reconstruct an animal's entire body.
In fact, one important aspect of their very religion is the annihilation of men ''.
It took thirty of our women almost six moons to build this one, which is higher and stronger than the old one.
I clapped the big man with the bleached hair on his shoulder and said heartily, hoping it would make an impression on the women: `` This one is the maku Frayne.
but he presents it publicly so enmeshed in hypocrisy that it is not an honest one.
My definition of this much abused adjective is that a reconstructed rebel is one who is glad that the North won the War.
For one thing, this is not a subject often discussed or analyzed.
The general acceptance of the idea of governmental ( i.e., societal ) responsibility for the economic well-being of the American people is surely one of the two most significant watersheds in American constitutional history.
A third, one of at least equal and perhaps even greater importance, is now being traversed: American immersion and involvement in world affairs.
Today, as new nations rise from the former colonial empires, nationalism is one of the hurricane forces loose in the world.
Historically, however, the concept is one that has been of marked benefit to the people of the Western civilizational group.
It is one of the ironic quirks of history that the viability and usefulness of nationalism and the territorial state are rapidly dissipating at precisely the time that the nation-state attained its highest number ( approximately 100 ).
But it is more than irony: one of the main reasons why nationalism is no longer a tenable concept is because it has spread throughout the planet.
Accidental war is so sensitive a subject that most of the people who could become directly involved in one are told just enough so they can perform their portions of incredibly complex tasks.
Only one rule prevailed in my conversations with these men: The more highly placed they are -- that is, the more they know -- the more concerned they have become.
However, the system is designed, ingeniously and hopefully, so that no one man could initiate a thermonuclear war.

one and tender
These little songs, however, were sweet nothings from the heart, tender memories of his childhood, little melodies that anyone could hum and that would make one want to weep.
The roast, from which I cut and ate a central slice, was tender, and in color, texture, smell as well as taste, strengthened my certainty that of all the meats we habitually know, veal is the one meat to which this meat is accurately comparable.
By contrast, several countries can also use the same currency ( for example, the euro ), or one country can declare the currency of another country to be legal tender.
Beginning with the replacement of the Reichsmark with the Deutsche Mark as legal tender, a lasting period of low inflation and rapid industrial growth was overseen by the government led by German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and his minister of economics, Ludwig Erhard, raising West Germany from total wartime devastation to one of the most developed nations in modern Europe.
It involves a great departure from the methods of political action established in this country, where reforms, and especially financial reforms, have always been considerate and even tender ... I do not yet see the ground on which it can be justly held that any one description of property should be more heavily burdened than others, unless moral and social grounds can be shown first: but in this case the reasons drawn from those sources seem rather to verge in the opposite direction, for real property has more of presumptive connection with the discharge of duty that that which is ranked as personal ... the aspect of the measure is not satisfactory to a man of my traditions ( and these traditions lie near the roots of my being )... For the sudden introduction of such change there is I think no precedent in the history of this country.
Nyrop writes that " the kiss is the last tender proof of love bestowed on one we have loved, and was believed, in ancient times, to follow mankind to the nether world.
A roast joint of meat can take one, two, even three hours to cook-the resulting meat is tender.
Upon its 1944 release, Time called it " one of the year's prettiest pictures "; " Technicolor has seldom been more affectionately used than in its registrations of the sober mahoganies and tender muslins and benign gaslights of the period.
According to Elaine Dundy, Presley sang " Love Me Tender " " straight, subdued and tender ... — a very different Elvis from the one on The Steve Allen Show three months before ".
The Mexican peso was also briefly legal tender in 19th century Siam, when government mints were unable to accommodate a sudden influx of foreign traders, and was exchanged at a rate of three pesos to one Thai baht.
Composer Karl Goldmark wrote of one recital where Rubinstein improvised on a motive from the last movement of Beethoven's Eighth Symphony: He counterpointed it in the bass ; then developed it first as a canon, next as a four-voiced fugue, and again transformed it into a tender song.
Von Bülow comments, " We should like to style this number, thoughtful and tender alike, a renascence of the Bach Adagio, as the succeeding double fugue is one of the Handel Allegros.
The Alderney Voluntary Fire Brigade has a crew of 11 volunteer firefighters, and a fleet of one water tender ( with ladder ), two further water carriers and also one Land Rover Defender.
In May 2007, the Ministry of Defence's Future Systems Group invited BAE to tender for the Challenger 2 Capability Sustainment Program ( C2 CSP ), which combined all upgrades into one programme.
** Fetcham ( Leatherhead ) fire station has 28 personnel and one fire engine ( water tender ladder ).
The Information Notice provides in ComReg's plans to issue one 8 MHz frequency channel in the UHF band in the areas of Cork, Dublin, Galway, Limerick, and Waterford and expects to invite candidates to tender for the license in the fourth quarter of the year of 2010 and announce the license results by the end of 2010.
Although a subsequent letter pointed out that the farthing was still legal tender in sums up to one shilling, by 1956 it was apparent that due to inflation the farthing had outlived its usefulness, and minting ceased after that year.
Westcountry Television was one of two rival consortia bidding against the incumbent TSW when the ITV franchises were put to tender early in 1991.
The two brake vans, however, ( one immediately behind the engine tender, the other at the rear of the train ) also had hand operated brakes, each under the control of a guard.
There are a total of seven fire stations, equipped with and an apparatus fleet of nine engines, three trucks ( including one ladder tender / air truck ), one quint, three rescues, one squad engine, one satellite maxi-water unit, one fire boat, one town-wide command trailer, five utility units, and numerous support units.

one and chicken
One might well wonder why the `` public is always wrong '' and the question raised is about as awkward as the one concerned with the chicken and the egg.
A bullet fired by one of the Mexicans hiding in a little chicken house had passed through his head, tearing a hole two-inches square on the outgoing side.
Use one 6-ounce chicken breast for each guest.
Kid Ory, the trombonist chicken farmer, is also one of the solid anchor points of jazz.
Using an existing language to bootstrap a new language is one way to solve the " chicken or the egg " causality dilemma.
For example, fifty-six companies are involved in making one can of chicken noodle soup.
* wing tackle or chicken wing tackle – when one arm is pinned in a tackle.
* Animated Critters: Interspersed within the show, besides the above mentioned chicken, were various applauding or laughing animated farm animals ; a kickline composed of pigs ; a pack of dogs that would chase an extremely bad joke teller ; three sultry pigs that twirled their necklaces ; a square dancing female pig and a male donkey ; a pair of chickens dancing, with one of them falling flat on its face ; the ubiquitous Hee Haw Donkey, who would say " Wouldn't that dunk your hat in the creek?
* Java ( chicken ), a rare breed that is one of the oldest American chickens
* Phoenix ( chicken ), one of many breeds of chicken that resulted from European selective breeding of onagadori
" The seal of Jaazaniah carries the insignia of a rooster from the ruins of the biblical Judean kingdom at Mizpah, with the inscription of " belonging to Jaazaniah, servant to the king "., the first known representation of the chicken in Palestine, and from II Kings 25: 23, we know of one Jaazaniah the Maschathit, who was an official under Gedalish at Mizpah.
Fried chicken is among the region's best-known exports, though pork is also an integral part of the cuisine, with Virginia ham being one renown form.
Tarragon is one of the four fines herbes of French cooking, and is particularly suitable for chicken, fish and egg dishes.
More frequently, he played parts that no one else wanted to play ( generally because they required a lot of make-up or uncomfortable costumes, such as a recurring knight in armour who would end sketches by walking on and hitting one of the other characters over the head with a plucked chicken ) and took a number of small roles in the films, including Patsy in Monty Python and the Holy Grail ( which he co-directed with Terry Jones, where Gilliam was responsible for photography, while Jones would guide the actors ' performances ) and the jailer in Monty Python's Life of Brian.
Since this arbitrary distinction cannot be made until after the egg has hatched, one would have to first find the original chicken, then from this find the first egg it laid.
This use of " chicken " survives in the phrase " Hen and Chickens ", sometimes used as a British public house or theatre name, and to name groups of one large and many small rocks or islands in the sea ( see for example Hen and Chicken Islands ).
According to one study, a single domestication event occurring in the region of modern Thailand created the modern chicken with minor transitions separating the modern breeds.
Because of its relatively low cost, chicken is one of the most used meats in the world.
Most Jewish families would try to acquire at least one chicken for Shabbat and try to make the most of it, using as much of the chicken as they could.
Several variations on chicken noodle ( usually with the pasta in various shapes such as " ABCs " or stars ) have made it one of Campbell's best-selling products.
The camp also had school facilities, a high school auditorium, staff housing, chicken and hog farms, churches, a cemetery, a post office, a cooperative store, other shops, a camp newspaper, and other necessary amenities that one would expect to find in most American cities.

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