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to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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Then reverse the process to the original starting line, bringing hands to the feet and then inching the feet out and continuing.
Visitors also are prohibited from bringing some items onto the base, including briefcases, backpacks, large or floppy purses and almost all ice coolers.
Betty Weinkle is a long distance runner and knows that yoga brings her a more balanced harmony of mind and body, bringing strength, flexibility and awareness.
The second foot makes fifth by bringing the toes to the floor and closing immediately.
It concentrates on bringing people of different faiths together and works on specific interfaith projects around the world.
But the employer contacted Caracas' father in the Philippines, protesting that his daughter was making false accusations and bringing shame on the entire family.
Davis adds to these sources, as she did in The Return of Martin Guerre, by plumbing the archives - but also by bringing her own extensive historical knowledge and imagination to this work.
Bringing mission-critical redundancy and future-proofing to the edge of the Metro network, the new SMC7824M/FSW delivers 100BASE-BX single-strand fiber Ethernet connectivity for direct, high-speed connections to the service provider network.
Accompanied by his jazz band, Otherz, and a 10-piece classical ensemble, Glover is bringing his ``Classical Savion'' to Royce Hall tonight and Thursday, opening the UCLA Live dance series.
A common sha, t-junction homes are traditionally considered to be unlucky, bringing with them misfortune, possibly even death.
In 2000 and early 2001, experts agree: virtualization provides the missing ingredient bringing you the true benefits of the SAN.