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Why, your good work, what you yourself call good, you can't sell.
I shall succeed in that time, and the editors will be glad to buy my good work.
Complete the good work that you have begun," she answered, gratefully.
Most deplorable to think of--but, still, suggestive of something hopeful, to a person of my experience in plying the good work.
I had been met in this manner, in the course of plying the good work, hundreds of times.
There will be no need to let you know of any over," said Merlin, "because, when you reach the full number, the lady Dulcinea will at once, and that very instant, be disenchanted, and will come in her gratitude to seek out the worthy Sancho, and thank him, and even reward him for the good work.
To the north Boucher did good work, twice turning the fugitives back when they attempted to gain the coast.
For more than two decades, the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team has served as one of the most coveted, prestigious off-the-field honors in college football.
For 23 years the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team has served as one of the most coveted and prestigious off-the-field honors in college football.
Summary: Continuing in social significant role , Jordan Commercial Bank (JCBank), supports the Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development- Charity and Good Works Campaign which supports needy people, confirming its role in the social development and the advancement of the local community.
Written by a committed Christian, for committed Christians and those of all faiths who are committed to selfless good works in the name of the divine, The Christian Right.
And seeing that the Police Commission is made up of Villaraigosa appointees, Bratton's extension would seem to be a done deal -- except for the quibblers on the City Council who like to take credit for other people's good works.