and condition of the three kidnapees remainded until until the body of one of them was found.
In this sequel to Lanterns in the Mist, the mystical, excommunicated priest is tracking the whereabout
of a friend, Jacob Frobisher, who has gone missing.
Silas accepts "the idea of the pedlar's being the culprit, if only because it gave him a definite image of a whereabout
for his gold" (115).
You have already my whereabout
& my home [hours?
When elite level players are not in competition, the doping control agencies have to receive whereabout
forms detailing the geographical location of the athlete at all times.
Also, does anyone have any information as to the whereabout
of ex 23210615 PTE J.
West Midlands Police said they would would like to speak to anyone who may have seen Mr Reshpal, or has knowledge of his whereabout
The arrests come at the time of strained relations between Britain and Iran, and British diplomats are trying establish their whereabout
The station - slated by the US for airing bin Laden propaganda - believed all were safe, although their whereabout
It is interesting, for example, that the well-known casuist William Perkins, in his Epieikeia, or a Treatise of Christian Equity and Moderation (1604) should scarcely mention conscience, but conceive equity almost exclusively in terms of the second of Lord Ellesmere's categories: "The matter whereabout
this public equity is conversant is the right and convenient, and the moderate and discreet execution of the laws of men.
The boldness of presence and the strength of shape given to the repeated features determines whereabout
the later references fall on a scale between faint allusion and bold statement.
For users who are browsing through the "Interactive fiction" cluster, the analysis gives a crude notion of their whereabout