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The rights and wrongs of the story, presuming that they had some existence in fact, were no longer clearly known to his wife and children; but this disappointment had played a very large part in their lives, and had poisoned the life of Sir Francis much as a disappointment in love is said to poison the whole life of a woman.
One sets down these particulars and compares the points of the American and German pattern of aeroplane and navigable, but none of these facts were clearly known to any of those who fought in this monstrously confused battle above the American great lakes.
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Turkey's Syria policy is clearly known, said Unal, adding that those claims were groundless.
PC Liam Smithies, of Cheshire Police, said: "The offenders have clearly known what they were looking for and ensured they had the equipment to get it.
2 : a thing or amount that is clearly known but not named <I have something for you.>
Suffice to say when people voted Labour they must have clearly known of these policies or are they now realising their folly?
I believe that her words made her feelings clearly known about Boris Johnson whilst at the same time being supportive of Mr Bigley, his family and the families of the Hillsborough tragedy.
However, accurate data have not been recently available, particularly from Nepal, because reporting is infrequent, laboratory confirmation is not available, and the extent of carriers is not clearly known (2).
Researchers have established that it also can protect against heart disease, although the mechanism by which it does so is not clearly known. The hormone may suppress the gene that influences LDL patterns and place some women at risk, Superko speculates.
How many people were injured is not clearly known yet.
For the city of Tehran, he said, the single biggest problem is that the origins of small particles in the air are not clearly known. He said the first priority for the city ought to be to pinpoint the major pollution sources.