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Not a hand, my own or anybody else's, weighty or weighable, shall touch me," said Sancho.
Less than one half of this weighty evidence would have been sufficient to convict any old woman, poor and ugly, even though she had not been a Jewess.
Due to the weighty matters, we shall give a 'small' briefing and will not take any questions for issues at hand are extremely weighty," he said.
Bill & Hillary: So This Is That Thing Called Love is both a biographical coverage of the Clintons and a political expose; so readers interested in more than the Clintons' personal lives now have a detailed, weighty exploration that traces the couple's social and political evolution, from how each entered the political arena to their White House years under Bill Clinton's presidency.
Summary: The weighty issue of obesity will be the subject of a discussion at a presentation today at the Shaikh Khalifa Medical City (SKMC) managed by Cleveland Clinic.
Out on the battlefield, the Master Chief feels more weighty than before, iron-sights aiming has been introduced and a smattering of in-the-moment, immersive QTE events punctuate blockbusting action scenes.
With so many weighty themes and emotionally-charged characters, this is a play that's often difficult to deliver, but the cast at the Loft have a good crack at it and for the most part convince.
The weighty points were decided by a ten people jury who were specialist of the subject matter.
In other Sheckler news, it seems the little rascal swept the brand new Arby's Action Sports Awards, an honor every bit as weighty as the average Arby's customer.
That it becomes a weighty tome by way of its succinctness will likely elude them.
From how to connect a keyboard and record music onto a PC to plugging a guitar directly into a PC, this is no weighty tech pro's guide to PC music but a unique, satisfying musicians's tool requiring little computer knowledge to prove useful.
These are weighty challenges that would perplex and frustrate King if he were alive.