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to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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He did that once or twice in this performance, most notably in his interpretation of Jupiter, The Bringer of Jollity, which gripped the imagination and took one's eyes away from the screen.
MAGICAL fable about a young girl called Mary who becomes best friends with a fabulous golden snake - who also happens to be the bringer of Mary grows up, falls in love and endures pain, sadness and war - but always in the background is the knowledge that one day the snake will visit her one last time.
He wants a new order and his arrogance leads him to believe that he is the one spoken of in the legends, the bringer of destruction.
She is survived by her nieces and nephews, James Reed, Timothy Reed, Thomas Spiritbringer, Susan Reed Luse, Jody Bringer Ryan and Julie Bringer and her dear friends Mike and Arlene Doran.
The fits which are a feature of his condition have led his family and all around him to regard him as 'the bringer of bad spirits'.
Lucifer, Latin for 'bringer of light', is a word associated with the Devil in early English translations of the Bible, but it is also cognate with the morning star, the planet Venus.
Judge Rachel Bringer Shepherd ruled April 17 that the Audrain County Sheriff's Office must turn over a 27-page report and several audio recordings related to a hostile-workplace complaint that Melissa Winnie, an officer with the East Central Drug Task Force, made in 2007 against fellow officers.
Depoe Bay, OR, February 21, 2018 --(PR.com)-- With over thirty years of experience in the field of Health and Wellness, Jean Lynch serves as the Owner of Bringer of Light Aromatherapy, an Oregon based company offering aromatherapy products catering to many individuals in various stages in life.
A pyrotechnician or 'magpapailaw' (light bringer) was the term offered by Celso Cruz, president emeritus of the Philippine Pyrotechnic Manufacturers and Dealers Association Inc., to refer to a maker of firecrackers and other pyrotechnic products.
Then, a shape-shifting fox appears to fight off the moth queen, bringer of death.
Having to be the bringer of that news, that's some unbelievable stuff to hold in your soul.
Sirius was regarded by the Greeks as the bringer of scorching heat, because its early-morning rising coincided with the hottest summer days of July and August.