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Scotland, however, had been of late used so exclusively as the scene of what is called Historical Romance, that the preliminary letter of Mr Laurence Templeton became in some measure necessary.
If our neophyte, strong in the new-born love of antiquity, were to undertake to imitate what he had learnt to admire, it must be allowed he would act very injudiciously, if he were to select from the Glossary the obsolete words which it contains, and employ those exclusively of all phrases and vocables retained in modern days.
His language must not be exclusively obsolete and unintelligible; but he should admit, if possible, no word or turn of phraseology betraying an origin directly modern.
Some particulars, such as images, have no "active" place, and therefore belong exclusively to psychology.
consumers can order sought-after Indian fashions by designers such as Manish Malhotra, Tarun Tahiliani, Manish Arora, Ritu Kumar and Payal Singhal and shop for their dream Indian wedding at the recently launched Exclusively.
Vice chairman John Ciraulo exclusively handled this transaction.
Vennenmann, MD, PhD, PD of the Institute of Legal Medicine in Germany, a group of researchers found that infants that were not breastfed for the first six months of life were at greater risk of dying from SIDS than their counterparts who were exclusively or partially breastfed during that same time period.
The parties dispute whether there was a qualified real property interest and whether the contribution is exclusively for conservation purposes.
The association was strongest for types of liquids fed on the maternity ward: Compared with infants fed exclusively breast milk at that time, infants also fed formula had a more than doubling of the risk of not being exclusively breast-fed, fully breast-fed and breast-fed at all (adjusted hazard ratios, 2.
BCA, operator of book clubs such as World Books and Escape Fiction, is set to exclusively sell 12 romance novels by debut authors.
That is regrettable in and of itself because of the determining role Spain, Portugal, and their overseas dominions played in the reformations and in early modern history, hut it also helps reinforce the impression, inadvertently conveyed even by this fine volume, that preaching was fundamentally a Protestant enterprise: seven of the eleven chapters deal exclusively, or almost exclusively, with Protestant preaching, only two exclusively with Catholic.
Section 280A(c) (1) (A) permits a taxpayer to deduct home office expenses when a specific portion of the home is used exclusively and on a regular basis as the taxpayer's "principal place of business.