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They would supply milk, butter, and cheese and, by dint of judicious culling, meat.
Second, by dint of judicious sampling, these essays show how images of pestilence and corresponding actions have varied from place to place and from time to time.
Killens, chair of our group, our mentor, his groundbreaking novel Youngblood our inspiration, there was John Henrik Clarke, blocked by racism from pursuing the accustomed road to academic distinction, who attained it anyhow against all odds through dint of a brilliant and encyclopedic intellect that would not be denied.
In Stephen Carter's Reflections of An Affirmative Action Baby, the author argues that many African-Americans are plagued by doubts that the positions and titles they hold are perceived to have been - or might actually have been - achieved by dint of their color and not by their intelligence or hard work.
A most amazing amount of detail is provided about the information that can be found by dint of careful research.
Bill Robertson, a big bear of a man who rose from backwoods Tennessee poverty by dint of a razor-sharp intellect, is described by a colleague as "the wizard who stands behind the throne and whispers in the king's ear.
He is an astute student of all athletics - from preps to professional - and fantasy sports as well by dint of 20+ years of work experience at law firms, corporations and leagues.
They said she was an outspoken and courageous lady, and had risen to prominence by sheer dint of hard work, diligence and commitment to the legal profession.
He said the information technology had turned the world into global village and one can easily access to latest international researches while sitting in any corner of the world by the dint of information technology.
We have a fair injury list and are pretty light on loose forwards but through dint of hard work we have generated momentum and we have to keep that going.
I got to the front of the press crowd by dint of stepping on my male colleagues' feet - I'm afraid a lot of them felt the full force of my stiletto heels" Angela Rippon on how she got the first interview with new Conservative leader Margaret Thatcher in 1975.
I got to the front of the press crowd by dint of stepping on my male colleagues' feet - I'm afraid a lot of them felt the full force of my stiletto heels - Angela Rippon explains how she got the first interview with new Conservative leader Margaret Thatcher in 1975.