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I will not, senor," answered Sancho, "specially as I have a man of such quality for a master in your worship, who will know how to give me all that will be suitable for me and that I can bear.
Mike said: "Naively I hadn't realised that when the drug was discovered to be suitable for rarer genetic mutations and was already given to other people living with cystic fibrosis, a fight for funding would be needed.
As you know, there have to be suitable outcomes for such a visit," he said.
Since the reclamation unit will return most (70-95%) of the reclaimed sand into the storage silo, the current sand silo may be suitable for this purpose.
And when churches are to be built, let great care be taken that they be suitable for the celebration of liturgical services and for the active participation of the faithful.
Titles rated EC (Early Childhood) have content that may be suitable for ages 3 and older.
In Paramount's view, the system may be suitable for hosting a low grade, large tonnage heap leached deposit.
Once fully developed, this technology should be suitable for various applications including Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags, which will be Micromem's first market objective.
Future versions of the PowerHelix antenna will be suitable for use in cellular telephones, Bluetooth devices and wireless LANs.
The investments discussed in these reports may not be suitable for all investors.