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High features, naturally strong and powerfully expressive, had been burnt almost into Negro blackness by constant exposure to the tropical sun, and might, in their ordinary state, be said to slumber after the storm of passion had passed away; but the projection of the veins of the forehead, the readiness with which the upper lip and its thick black moustaches quivered upon the slightest emotion, plainly intimated that the tempest might be again and easily awakened.
If a working ant or other neuter insect had been an animal in the ordinary state, I should have unhesitatingly assumed that all its characters had been slowly acquired through natural selection; namely, by an individual having been born with some slight profitable modification of structure, this being inherited by its offspring, which again varied and were again selected, and so onwards.
His whole body appeared in its ordinary state of calmness, only an unusual fire beamed from his eyes, like the effects of a fever; his brow was more pale than it generally was; his teeth were clenched, and his speech had a short dry accent which indicated that something dark was at work within him.
Having no intuitive perception of the cloud which lowered upon his house, the dwarf was in his ordinary state of cheerfulness; and, when he found he was becoming too much engrossed by business with a due regard to his health and spirits, he varied its monotonous routine with a little screeching, or howling, or some other innocent relaxation of that nature.
For a moment he seemed to her ready to go out of his mind, for in his ordinary state she thought him more sane than people gave him credit for.
First, this was not any old ordinary state of the nation address.
Our school receives money for being part of the church, so that means we're able to afford things ordinary state schools may not.
An ERISA plan does and should have to obey ordinary state business rules, such as minimum wage rules and workplace safety rules, but letting each state impose its own data collection system on a multi-state self-insured plan administrator, or multi-state self-insured plan sponsor, could expose administrators and self-insured plans to substantial new burdens, Waxman said.
The facilities must be such that flotell can be operated according to RS 2008-031 Requirements for accommodation deals in ordinary state reception.
This also provides a bit of an advantage to people, like me, who went to an ordinary state school but come from a middle class family.
We live in a weird State, with a president that is not an ordinary president, state legal officers that are not ordinary state attorneys, deputies that are not ordinary deputies and journalists that are not proper journalists.
That will make it an ordinary state in foreign policy, one without any aspirations to influence its neighbors.