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His excellency, having mounted on the small of my right leg, advanced forwards up to my face, with about a dozen of his retinue; and producing his credentials under the signet royal, which he applied close to my eyes, spoke about ten minutes without any signs of anger, but with a kind of determinate resolution, often pointing forwards, which, as I afterwards found, was towards the capital city, about half a mile distant; whither it was agreed by his majesty in council that I must be conveyed.
At the place where the carriage stopped there stood an ancient temple, esteemed to be the largest in the whole kingdom; which, having been polluted some years before by an unnatural murder, was, according to the zeal of those people, looked upon as profane, and therefore had been applied to common use, and all the ornaments and furniture carried away.
But it was stated above that the word 'univocal' was applied to those things which had both name and definition in common.
I found that about a year previous to my going to Tuskegee some of the coloured people who had heard something of the work of education being done at Hampton had applied to the state Legislature, through their representatives, for a small appropriation to be used in starting a normal school in Tuskegee.
In a word, as the whole relation is carefully garbled of all the levity and looseness that was in it, so it all applied, and with the utmost care, to virtuous and religious uses.
The advocates for the stage have, in all ages, made this the great argument to persuade people that their plays are useful, and that they ought to be allowed in the most civilised and in the most religious government; namely, that they are applied to virtuous purposes, and that by the most lively representations, they fail not to recommend virtue and generous principles, and to discourage and expose all sorts of vice and corruption of manners; and were it true that they did so, and that they constantly adhered to that rule, as the test of their acting on the theatre, much might be said in their favour.
84-58 held that, for returns filed after 1983, when a taxpayer elects to have an income tax overpayment credited against the succeeding year's estimated tax, the Service will apply overpayments arising on or before the due date of the return against the first installment payment of the succeeding year's estimated tax, unless the taxpayer requests that it be applied to a later installment.
The bill would apply to distributions made after April 16, 1997, unless certain transition rules applied.
Plating Resources says users may see a 14% rise in production rates, a 6% increase in machine uptime, and an 81% reduction in rechroming costs when Micro Tuff is applied to a new or reworked die.
The taxpayer claimed that the interest should begin on September l15, the date the overpayment was applied to the following year, under the use-of-money principle.
Identisphere enhances the access control capabilities of companies currently using Applied Identity's existing Identiforce appliance, while also providing all organizations with a new, relatively low impact and quick-to-deploy alternative to meta-directories and localized policy development -- at significantly lower cost, without an infrastructure overhaul.

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