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With a confusion of ideas only to be accounted for by my extreme youth and my want of a guide on such matters, I had retrod the steps of knowledge along the paths of time and exchanged the discoveries of recent inquirers for the dreams of forgotten alchemists.
Every view we may take of the subject, as candid inquirers after truth, will serve to convince us, that it is both unwise and dangerous to deny the federal government an unconfined authority, as to all those objects which are intrusted to its management.
Since this happy alteration for the better, her ladyship's health has, we rejoice to say, rapidly improved; and the answer now given to all friendly and fashionable inquirers is, in the venerable lady's own humorous phraseology, 'Much better than could be expected.' "
Such inquirers will ask slaves about their condition; they forget that the slave must indeed be dull, who does not calculate on the chance of his answer reaching his master's ears.
(some sort of a refugee himself) to tell inquirers that one was not in.
Miss Earth Philippine Queens: Miss Air Monica Tan, Miss Water Chelsea Fernandez and Miss Fire Alex Dayrit ask questions to children during the Inquirer Read-along session at the Philippine Daily Inquirer main office in Makati City on Saturday.
On June 1, the Inquirer celebrated its 190th birthday with a new logo, web address and company name.
Former Philadelphia Inquirer editor- Gene Roberts, NF '62, recalls the dedication ofAcel Moore, NF '80
Open Garden and The Inquirer Group said they have announced a new partnership to serve mobile users on FireChat, the free mobile app, created by Open Garden, that works off-the grid without access to the Internet or cellular networks.
The former managing editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer has been appointed head of the journalism department at Howard University in Washington, D.C.
Among the disturbing reports portending the likelihood of more suicide bombings in this country was a story that appeared in the April 21st Philadelphia Inquirer concerning a large group of Muslims bused from Philadelphia to the D.C.