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no and John
The Woonsocket Patriot admitted that John Brown might deserve punishment or imprisonment `` but he should no more be hung than Henry A. Wise or James Buchanan ''.
Whereas, John Brown has cheerfully risked his life in endeavoring to deliver those who are denied all rights and is this day doomed to suffer death for his efforts in behalf of those who have no helper: Therefore,
But John nipped her rear end -- one lion's rear end was as good as another to John, Africa, Arizona no matter -- and she changed ends and took a swipe at John, but he ducked back.
There was no connection between the two events, because Bobbie wasn't rich, either, though he was more aggressive than John.
Some people said Linda had just announced the engagement to jolt John into some action, but when John came home from a business trip to Cleveland with Edythe, with Edythe his bride, it could no longer be John-and-Linda even to sentimental wishful thinkers.
There was no one who would blame her or John ; ;
The doctrine that no man can cast off his native allegiance without the consent of his sovereign was early abandoned in the United States, and Chief Justice John Rutledge also declared in Talbot v. Janson, " a man may, at the same time, enjoy the rights of citizenship under two governments.
These Articles ( though no longer binding ) have had an influence on the ethos of the Communion, an ethos reinforced by their interpretation and expansion by such influential early theologians as Richard Hooker, Lancelot Andrewes, John Cosin, and others.
* John Palaiologos ( c. 1286 – 1308 ), despotes, married Irene Choumnaina, no issue.
There was no John XX ; for example, Gibbon refers to the antipope John as John XXII.
Despite Phillip's earlier order that Aboriginal Australians must never be slain, and his insistence that no retaliation be taken to avenge his own non-fatal spearing, Phillip's stance toward Aboriginals changed markedly after the death of his gamekeeper, John MacIntyre.
In a 1996 USA Today article, Washington State zoologist John Crane said, " There is no such thing as Bigfoot.
* Bill Watterson, creator of beloved ' Calvin and Hobbes ' comic strip looks back with no regrets 2010 interview by John Campanelli, The Plain Dealer
* The character of John Isidore, and his " pet hospital ", is taken from Dick's original novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep ?, although that book contained no suggestion that the shop ran a sideline in modifying replicants.
The earlier date, first proposed in modern times by John Robinson in a closely argued chapter of " Redating the New Testament " ( 1976 ), relies on the book's internal evidence, given that no external testimony exists earlier than that of Irenaeus, noted above, and the earliest extant manuscript evidence of Revelation ( P98 ) is likewise dated no earlier than the late 2nd century.
Other commentators, such as John Calvin, attach no great importance to the precise dating.
In 1944, Jones wrote to John Walvoord of Dallas Theological Seminary that while the university had " no objection to educational work highly standardized …. We, however, cannot conscientiously let some group of educational experts or some committee of experts who may have a behavioristic or atheistic slant on education control or even influence the administrative policies of our college.
Genesis tells us that the earth was cursed because of Adam's sin, 3: 17 but the author of John writes that in the New Jerusalem, " there will be no more curse.
However there was no consistency in Whig ideology, and diverse writers including John Locke, David Hume, Adam Smith and Edmund Burke were all influential among Whigs, although none of them was universally accepted.

no and Ambrose
At first he energetically refused the office, for which he was in no way prepared: Ambrose was neither baptized nor formally trained in theology.
Under Ambrose's major influence, emperors Gratian, Valentinian II and Theodosius I carried on a persecution of Paganism .< ref name = " MacMullen1984p100 "> MacMullen ( 1984 ) p. 100: ‘ The law of June 391, issued by Theodosius [...] was issued from Milan and represented the will of its bishop, Ambrose ; for Theodosius — recently excommunicated by Ambrose, penitent, and very much under his influence < sup > 43 </ sup > — was no natural zealot.
" Thus Ambrose refused to be drawn into a false conflict over which particular local church had the " right " liturgical form where there was no substantial problem.
It is in this sense that St Paul's words are taken by the Fathers of the fourth and fifth centuries like St Hilary of Poitiers, St Ambrose, and St Augustine, and there seems no reason to doubt the correctness of their interpretation.
no: Stephen Ambrose
There was no fire in the building whatsoever ... Ambrose West ’ s handsome residence, against the building on the west side, and a double block owned and occupied by Daniel R. Davis, against the building on the east side, were in danger, but the firemen confined the blaze within the brick walls of the burning building.
no: Ambrose Everett Burnside
no: Ambrose Powell Hill
On the one hand, speech research scientists Nicoline Grinager Ambrose and Ehud Yairi are critical of the conclusions that Mary Tudor drew from her data, but believe that no harm was done to the subjects and that there was no intention to do harm: " he study failed to provide any credible scientific support that stuttering was produced ' in the laboratory '.
A letter of Ambrose and his brother-prelates to Theodosius remonstrates against the acts of Nectarius as no rightful bishop, since the chair of Constantinople belonged to Maximus, whose restoration they demanded, as well as that a general council of Easterns and Westerns, to settle the disputed episcopate and that of Antioch, should be held at Rome.
There is no direct evidence that the rite was in any way the composition of St. Ambrose, but his name has been associated with it since the eighth century at least.
no: Ambrose Philips
This group believes very explicitly that the " Great Apostasy " began in AD 325 with the Council of Nicaea and continued until June 13, 1903, when Bishop Ambrose Jessup Tomlinson restored the Church, and that in the interim there was no actual theocratic governmental formed ( as Jesus formed it ) Church of God upon the earth, but that born-again people were abundant and continued to be " saved " or " born again " according to the Bible.
Denise Fleming ( Lauren Ambrose ) has no intention of going to the party but is dragged along by Preston.
Married secondly, c. 1552, as his second wife, Ambrose Dudley, 3rd Earl of Warwick ( c. 1530 – 1590 ) She died in 1563, and, as she had no children, the barony became extinct.
While it is easy to see in Ambrose Philips an effort at modernist triumph, it is no less the case that Pope's artificially restricted pastoral was a statement of what the ideal ( based on an older Feudal arrangement ) should be.
The two Dudley brothers were on the closest personal terms and Ambrose said of Robert: " there is no man knoweth his doings better than I myself ", while Robert's recurrent phrase about Ambrose was: " him I love as myself ".
On April 7, 2006, Ambrose announced that Canada had no chance of meeting its targets under the Kyoto Protocol and would have to set more " realistic " goals for cutting greenhouse gases.
( Sozomen wrote about the time of Pope Xystus III ) Thomassin's explanation of Sozomen's statement is that there was no preaching in the sense of an elaborate or finished discourse before the time of Pope Leo — with the exception, perhaps, of the address on virginity by Pope Liberius to Marcellina, sister of St. Ambrose, on the occasion of her taking the veil, which is regarded as a private discourse.
While it is easy to see in Ambrose Philips an effort at modernist triumph, it is no less the case that Pope's artificially restricted pastoral was a statement of what the ideal should be.
But there is no doubt of the existence of the first Pelagia of Antioch, the Pelagia of Ambrose and Chrysostom.

no and Fleming
But Sir Henry Harris said in 1998: " Without Fleming, no Chain ; without Chain, no Florey ; without Florey, no Heatley ; without Heatley, no penicillin.
no: Alexander Fleming
Two English translations of the Various History, by Fleming ( 1576 ) and Stanley ( 1665 ) made Aelian's miscellany available to English readers, but after 1665 no English translation appeared, until three English translations appeared almost simultaneously: James G. DeVoto, Claudius Aelianus: Ποιϰίλης Ἱοτορίας (" Varia Historia ") Chicago, 1995 ; Diane Ostrom Johnson, An English Translation of Claudius Aelianus ' " Varia Historia ", 1997 ; and N. G. Wilson, Aelian: Historical Miscellany in the Loeb Classical Library.
" Johnson saw no positives in Dr. No, saying that " Mr Fleming has no literary skill, the construction of the book is chaotic, and entire incidents and situations are inserted, and then forgotten, in a haphazard manner.
Fleming called these devices " vulgar foibles " which he was saddled with, although maybe, he suggested, " Bond's luxury meals are simply saying " no " to toad-in-the-hole and tele-bickies.
Using the Orient Express as a plot device came from two sources: Fleming had returned from the Istanbul conference in 1955 on the train, but found the experience drab, partly because there was no restaurant car.
no: Fleming County
He wasted no time in setting up a printing press in Bruges, in collaboration with a Fleming, Colard Mansion, and the first book to be printed in English was produced in 1473: Recuyell of the Historyes of Troye, a translation by Caxton himself.
no: Victor Fleming
Thus, in the novel, one of the children was called Jemima, after the daughter of his previous employer, Hugo Pitman ; the advice Pott gave to his children also echoed that of Fleming: " Never say ' no ' to adventures.
While revolving around the nephew of James Bond, no surviving relatives are mentioned in Fleming ’ s novels, even though he unknowingly conceives a child with former Japanese movie star Kissy Suzuki in You Only Live Twice.
Although there is no reliable evidence that she was a friend of Ian Fleming, Skarbek is said, by some, to have been the inspiration for Bond girls Tatiana Romanova and Vesper Lynd.
no: Peggy Fleming
Another early controversy was that of a lesbian kiss between Meredith Fleming and Annie Flynn with several complaints laid to the Broadcasting Standards Authority but it went no further.
Writing in The New York Times, Anthony Boucher — described by a Fleming biographer, John Pearson as " throughout an avid anti-Bond and an anti-Fleming man "— described what his main issue with Fleming's work was: " his basic weakness as a storyteller, which can be summed up in two words: ' no story.
: Without Fleming, no Chain or Florey ; without Florey, no Heatley ; without Heatley, no penicillin.
Fleming had assigned his interest in the film to McClory and Bryce's company Xanadu and would make no more money from the project.

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