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Pelagie for debt, and not established in London in a handsome house, with every comfort about you--you were in such a fury you were ready to murder your brother, you wicked Cain you, and what good would have come of remaining angry?
Spenlow made, still it was not established on a sufficiently strong basis to bear, without being shaken, such a blow as the sudden loss of its active manager.
Identities of those killed in the special operation by Kyrgyz border guards in Pikertyk area on January 23 were not established yet, the Embassy of China in Bishkek told AKIpress on January 29.
Petar Culev, spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stresses that according to the diplomatic dictionary there are no countries that are unrecognized or recognized but only countries with which we have or have not established diplomatic ties with.
Indeed, if trust and love are not established, dialogue can never mature to the point where it can deal effectively with the difficult issues that stand in the way of good human relations.
MSA has not established the RMDAS network simply to prove it can produce accurate information, the company's leaders are quick to point out.
Baby steps: Brad Penny (strained right biceps) threw 20 pitches off the bullpen mound Tuesday, but the Dodgers have not established a timetable for his return.
409(p) effective date, a SESOP is not established until it is adopted by the employer to (1) enable its employees to participate in a more-than-insubstantial manner in the ownership of the business and (2) provide its employees with more-than-insubstantial benefits under the SESOP.
Finally, the act is not applicable to construction undertaken "in" and "around" the former World Trade Center, although specific boundaries are not established.
At press time, the GAO had not established an effective date for the new independence rules.
Moreover, Respondents have not established that this alleged abuse meets any of the criteria for interlocutory review of an ALJ's order.
Religion was meant to be a private matter, not established or supported by government.