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I was at the mathematical school, where the master taught his pupils after a method scarce imaginable to us in Europe.
And, on finishing these words, the young man, perceiving that his enthusiasm had deranged one of his ruffles, set to work to put it to rights with the greatest care imaginable.
Graphx, a landmark Chicago full-service graphic studio for over 3 decades with Langer, the leading 3D pad printer, enables the companies to provide the widest range of services imaginable to architects, builders, advertising experts, event graphic planners and all other unique printing processors and services.
Graphx, a landmark Chicago full-service graphic studio for over thirty years, with Langer, the foremost 3D pad printer, allows the companies to offer the widest array of services imaginable to architects, builders, advertising specialists, event graphic planners and all other unique printing processors and services.
Hooters is famous because its waitresses wear the shortest shorts and the tightest tops imaginable and I've done all the imagining imaginable.
If you like to dabble in candymaking at home, the "Field Guide to Candy: How to Identify and Make Virtually Every Candy Imaginable," by Anita Chu (Quirk Books; $15.
He tried to terminate our baby, end his child's life before it had even begun and that's the cruellest thing imaginable.
Presented as part of PNB's New Works Initiative, the ballet challenges dancers to appear relaxed in some of the most uncomfortable positions imaginable.
Using a syncretic faith approach, the author continually refers the readers to books and websites that cover just about every faith imaginable.
An amnesty will surely be our demise, and turn our streets into a scene from the evening news featuring any third-world country imaginable.
troops in Iraq "one of the most inspiring experiences imaginable.
covers every imaginable type of the scrumptious and soft sweet treats.