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In the last part the satire is too bitter, the degradation of man too terribly insisted upon to make it pleasant reading, and altogether the first two stories are the most interesting.
In sooth, the last part of the nursing depended more upon strength than skill; for it consisted chiefly of holding down the patient, by main force, to his cot.
That last part is pure hyperbole, but the 3 000-kilometer range is quite possible.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-June 20, 2014-Petrolia completes last part of bond buy back
00 Lakh Except For The Bill Relating To The Last Part Of Supplies.
On a horizontal saw, instead of offloading the last part of a cutting cycle, pull it away from the cutting line, load the next sheet into the clamps of the saw, initiate the next cutting cycle and then offload the last part.
Concerned Citizen: The last part of this article is simply not true.
Construction company Skanska AB (STO:SKAB) announced today the award of a SEK453m contract to construct the last part of the E6 highway in the southwest Sweden for Trafikverket, the Swedish Transport Administration.
Takes you step-by-step through the entire disassembly and reassembly process of the H&K MPS, down to the last part (not just field stripping).
Salalah, June 13 (ONA) In line with the Khareef season in the Governorate of Dhofar, the third and last part of Salalah-Thumrait dual carriageway project will be opened tomorrow (Thursday) before traffic movement.
The eighth branch is open for memorisers of the 30th or last part of the Quran.
As a retired engineer, I think that a simple solution would be to move the end of motorway sign 100 metres back up the slip road and reclassify the last part of the slip road as part of the A38 with a mandatory 40mph speed limit and reduce speed now signs.