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Placing the bottle on the window sill where he could reach it easily, Dolokhov climbed carefully and slowly through the window and lowered his legs.
One hand moved as if to clutch the window sill, but refrained from touching it.
In the Francon quarry, weloganite occurs in both the upper and lower sills. The crystals are generally larger, more abundant and more evenly distributed in the upper sill, at least in the zones documented in the period of 1968-1985, whereas in the lower sill the concentration of weloganite is more localized.
When the mother, Wynette Sills, realized Bain had been hired at Loretto, she alerted Bishop William Weigand, who in turn directed Loretto to terminate Bain.
The ordinance, wrote Justice David Sills in an unusually vitriolic dissent, "literally forces a 'Big Brother' style telescreen to look over one's shoulder while [one is] accessing the Internet."
The audience may roar at the entrance of Douglas Sills as Orin, the sadistic dentist Steve Martin played in the 1986 film adaptation, thinking they know what's coming.
Introducing Rot-Proof Sills, Expanded Patio Door Offerings And An Exclusive New Lite Design
Door sills are also being enhanced to further prevent water intrusion past weather stripping by raising them or by adding weeps and by substituting a man-made material for wood in the sub-sill.
One Family by Vaughn Sills. Athens, GA: University of Georgia
Scott Sills said at the FIGO World Congress of Gynecology and Obstetrics.
Request for quotations : a range of work on replacing window blocks (dismantling, installing window blocks and window sills, slope installation, ebbs, finishing work inside and outside the building) at the construction site: maintenance work on replacing window blocks on the northern and eastern parts of the facade of a former jesuit college of the 17th century, located at brest region, pinsk, pl.
Allen Sills, the league's chief medical officer, this week stressed the need to target the lower extremity injuries "the same was as with concussions."