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Reflect: is not the dreamer, sleeping or waking, one who likens dissimilar things, who puts the copy in the place of the real object?
Most o' aw, rating 'em as so much Power, and reg'latin 'em as if they was figures in a soom, or machines: wi'out loves and likens, wi'out memories and inclinations, wi'out souls to weary and souls to hope - when aw goes quiet, draggin on wi' 'em as if they'd nowt o' th' kind, and when aw goes onquiet, reproachin 'em for their want o' sitch humanly feelins in their dealins wi' yo - this will never do 't, sir, till God's work is onmade.
Liken will remain as a legal entity, but will focus exclusively on other, non-ITAM/SAM, aspects of its business, going forward under the directorship of James Rowlands.
Liken planus pigmentozus, liken planusun nadir gorulen klinik bir varyantidir.
Insiders liken it to Toyota's RAV4 and Ford's Edge, but state it will be a seven-passenger vehicle with a rear seat that folds flat into the rear floor.
I can liken it to a 1950 era construction totally lacking in modern day resources.
I laughed in his face when he tried to liken the U.
I liken the NAFB Annual Convention in Kansas City to traditions like The Masters golf tournament in April or Wimbledon in early July or the State Fairs of late summer.
Stengers and Van Neck follow the illness to its fairly abrupt demise; they liken the shift to finally seeing the emperor without clothes as doctors began to doubt masturbation as a cause of illness at the turn of the twentieth century.
First, you liken chief executives to entrepreneurs who should be "celebrated" for creating value for others.
The message from Liken, reminiscent of the Cold War, was, "That their holding up Cuba, China, or Vietnam as a model or speaking of an end to privatizations when there are US companies that have invested in developing key sectors of national life could endanger investment.