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Further Explanation of the "Substantial Unoffending Uses" Analysis E.
as a way "to lessen exposure proportionate to the problem and the patient, preserve unoffending anatomy, and utilize fundamental principles adapted to new technologies which are safe, easy to adopt, reproducible and lessen blood loss, surgical time, and exposure to radiation with the aim to achieve maximal effectiveness for a rapid and less painful outpatient recovery.
unoffending animals, whose lives are daily sacrificed, in order to procure a short-lived, and inelegant enjoyment to [English palates]" (170).
of that which condemned to death, as witches, innocent, unoffending old women
98) Specifically, the United States voiced the same concerns as it did during the original 1856 negotiations, (99) that "the inviolability of unoffending private property belonging to the enemy on the high seas be guaranteed.
No golden visions threw a deceitful halo around their path and beckoned them onwards through seas of blood to the subversion of an unoffending dynasty.
help us to wring the hearts of their unoffending widows with unavailing grief.
My grandfather often told me how he had seen the General pinch and swear at her till the poor creature left the room in tears; and how once at Mount Vernon he saw Washington, when quite an old man, suddenly rush at an unoffending visitor, and chase him off the place, beating him all the time over the head with a great stick with knots in it, and all just because he heard the poor man stammer; he never could abide s-sstammering.
A TRIBUTE TO OUR QUEEN Elizabeth, Queen and mother Of a family and a nation God's gift of one unique and rare In creation A guiding light, by day and night In sorrow and in joy A strength of love to share with each In every way Her love of life and life of love Shining through her eyes Like tinted gold reflecting feeling In a world of enterprise Unpretentious, unoffending She has had her share of wrath Like the master, never ending Our ambassador of love Like a star forever shining In the sky, her brightness glows Elizabeth: our Queen forever Our English rose.
They became temperate, moral, religious, setting an example of innocent, unoffending lives to the world around them, which was seen and admired by all.
As I was with the distance, at which in the quickest firing, I could have lodged a half dozen balls in or about him before he was out of my reach, I had only to determine, but it was not pleasant to fire at the back of an unoffending individual who was acquitting himself coolly of his duty, and so I let him alone.
I am of your opinion; (said my Father) it certainly does appear to proceed from some uncommon violence exerted against our unoffending Door.