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Instead of making one hundred and fifty-five francs out of the toil and privations, and self- denial of poor Adrienne, she found her own advantages unexpectedly lessened to fifty-five; or, only a trifle more than one hundred per cent.
The matron soon made her appearance; and the polite Frenchman, making one of his best bows, and playing gracefully with the aiguillettes that danced upon his breast, proceeded in courteous accents to deliver his mission.
Having explained so far, I cannot refrain from making one further reflection.
In those days there was no corn or melons or pepper or sugar-cane, nor were there any little huts such as ye have all seen; and the Jungle People knew nothing of Man, but lived in the Jungle together, making one people.
And me," continued the trapper, making one of those expressive signs, by which the natives communicate, with nearly the same facility as with their tongues, and turning to the squatter at the same time, in order that the latter might see he dealt fairly by him; "he asks for a miserable and worn-out trapper.
The 53-year-old Spaniard was making one of his first appearances since surviving four operations and chemotherapy for a brain tumour.
All beauty," he observed, "is a making one of opposites, and the making one of opposites is what we are going after in ourselves," He also noted (and here the clear, compassionate, humanistic implications of his philosophy shine forth): "The resolution of conflict in self is like the making one of opposites in art.
A Wisconsin team describes the efficient use of fructose toward making one starting material.
Such cognition might not be easily grasped by an immature audience, making One Hundred Demons best suited as an addition to a public library or high school library's graphic novel collection.
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Have Meds, Will Travel Traveling with meds has always been a challenge for HIVers, but things got a bit easier in October when the FDA approved a tablet form of the protease inhibitor Kaletra, making one of the world's most commonly prescribed protease inhibitors travel-ready.
This work is a must for all of us, as it will aid in making one area of our lives far less complicated.