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And allowing that, many, many years ago, in his early and reckless youth, he had committed some one wrong act,--or that, even now, the inevitable force of circumstances should occasionally make him do one questionable deed among a thousand praiseworthy, or, at least, blameless ones,--would you characterize the Judge by that one necessary deed, and that half-forgotten act, and let it overshadow the fair aspect of a lifetime?
said the Judge, with well-grounded confidence in the benignity of his aspect.
It was a man in an old-fashioned dress of black serge and having the aspect of a steward or principal domestic in the household of a nobleman or great English landholder.
Next came a portly gentleman, wearing a coat of shaggy cloth, lined with silken velvet; he had sense, shrewdness, and humor in his face, and a folio volume under his arm; but his aspect was that of a man vexed and tormented beyond all patience, and harassed almost to death.
Tire aspect ratio is defined as tire section height divided by section width (figure 1).
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At that point, we decided to begin at the other end of the continuum, as it were, and attempted to assess a more "global" aspect of teaching, apart from any a priori specifics.
The source of "high importance" assigned to the aspect "length of training," for example, may stem from a preference for an intermediate (e.
While the criminal aspects of the case were being completed, the IRS suspended its civil,, investigation and allowed the limitations period for T's 1984-1987 tax years to expire.
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