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He pays particular attention to William Joyce's trial (his wife, equally a traitor, was not tried) and the appeals in which the Crown was not on the firmest legal ground.
The firmest areas had smaller holes, distanced further from one another.
The Southern League side took the firmest of strangleholds on the game scoring twice in three minutes with barely a quarter of an hour of the match gone.
It has all led to what one Latin expert called "one of the greatest tragedies of modern history--the destruction of the firmest middle-class society in Latin America.
Blue Dragon Extra Firm Silken Tofu is the firmest type of silken torn available making it versatile and robust enough to slice, dice, mash or deep fry in a range of dishes.
In Pool 1B, Brynteg CS won their eighth consecutive game when they beat Gorseinon College 23-8 and are now the firmest of favourites to make the play-offs.
Similarly, Gran Wilson's tenor was not the firmest, but that seemed in keeping with the high-strung, erratic Essex.
If the traditional utopian uses fiction to express his firmest views, MacLeod seems to be working out ideas as he writes.
When Podhoretz works outward from literature, in which he was so well educated, to the political themes of the day, he is on his firmest ground and dazzles.
Yet less than a decade ago the two movements that now govern in Addis Ababa and Asmara were the firmest of friends.
But perhaps the two roles on which she left her firmest mark--and the first one she didn't even create--were as the Cancan Dancer in Leonide Massine's La Boutique Fantasque and the Street Dancer in his Le Beau Danube.