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This law, fatal, of course, to the writing as well as the acting of plays, was enforced with only slightly relaxing rigor until very shortly before the Restoration of Charles II in
Her rigidity was frightful, like the rigor of a corpse galvanized into harsh speech and glittering stare by the force of murderous hate.
Tom was gradually allowed to shuffle through his lessons with less rigor, and having Philip to help him, he was able to make some show of having applied his mind in a confused and blundering way, without being cross-examined into a betrayal that his mind had been entirely neutral in the matter.
Offering different levels of rigor associated with our human factors and usability capabilities is simply another move in keeping with our flexible and nimble processes that can be tailored to meet the needs of the organizations we partner with on straightforward assignments to being able to meet the highest rigors required by our pharmaceutical clients," according to Michael Pereira, senior vice president of technology and operations.
From the high drama of the supermarket checkout line to the rigors of shopping with kids to the agony of deciding on a new Easter bonnet, fabric for a dress, or a wedding ring, our artists had no problem filling the bill with the very latest in "consumer art.
Boomhower, The Soldier's Friend: A Life of Ernie Pyle is a biography for young adults about Ernie Pyle, columnist who wrote about the rigors of combat endured by ordinary G.
Written by evolutionary biologist and passionate Christian Joan Roughgarden, Evolution and Christian Faith: Reflections of an Evolutionary Biologist offers a bridge between the rigors of science and the spiritual commitment of faith.
Hand-held hydraulic cutting tool designed for the rigors of the recycling field and other industrial applications * Lightweight cutter features an aluminum cylinder body and offers high cutting frequency
The immensely stressful pressures of cadet life, deep ties to his family at home, the rigors of extreme discipline, and much more color the pages.
The Bulletin also wants to recognize those situations that transcend the normal rigors of the law enforcement profession.
Taking three years, five crews, and a small armada of flying devices, Perrin and colleagues bring us wing tip to wing tip with birds migrating over seven continents and the open sea, showing us both the majesty and rigors of these marathon flights.