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It would enable them to discharge the duties of the camp and of the field with mutual intelligence and concert an advantage of peculiar moment in the operations of an army; and it would fit them much sooner to acquire the degree of proficiency in military functions which would be essential to their usefulness.
I set myself with befitting energy to discharge the duties of this new mode of life.
If I cannot, in reason or in nature, love the man who pays this price for my poor hand, I can discharge the duties of a wife: I can be all he seeks in me, and will.
well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office upon which I am about to enter.
Despite a promise to colleagues that he ``would carry a full workload and continue to discharge the duties of my office,'' he showed up for work drunk and was placed on administrative leave Dec.
3% ownership of the license; and, for the near term, Thaipo will also continue to discharge the duties of license operator.
Despite a promise to colleagues that he would ``carry a full workload and continue to fully discharge the duties of my office,'' he showed up for work drunk and was placed on administrative leave Jan.