popular report

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He remembered, moreover, that he was in the house of a Jew, a people who, besides the other unamiable qualities which popular report ascribed to them, were supposed to be profound necromancers and cabalists.
He was a man who really did possess a kind heart, although his interest in the prince, in the earlier part of the evening, was due, among other reasons, to the latter's connection with Nastasia Philipovna, according to popular report.
The purpose of the popular report is not to replace or to detract readers from the CAFR, but to act as a supplement.
In 1958, he published a 50-page popular report of that work titled, Det Mystiske "X" I Danmark Fjord.
Contrary to popular report published in various Web sites, Kristen Stewart is not seeing Demi Moore's love interest Sean Friday, Gossip Cop reports saying the information is false.
The fifth edition of this popular report begins by examining transmission development drivers along with transmission development changes.
Olson, Gold and a small group of legislators and staff traveled across the county in the mid-'80s and published a hugely popular report.
Baumgartner's innovation writing encompasses magazine articles, book chapters, an encyclopaedia entry on "idea management" and the popular Report 103 ejournal.
Gieve also proposed a "Report on Social Competitiveness" that would rank nations in much the same way the extremely popular Report on Business Competiveness has during the last decade.
LGA) has recently produced the 5th edition of their popular report LVL in North America: The Decade Ahead (2005).
There will be a popular report setting out the vision of the SCIFU process in a way that is accessible and unburdened by intimate detail.
As compromised as the process might have been - an omelet the size of Los Angeles involved the breaking of many eggs - it was not in the long run the anti-democratic conspiracy of popular report.