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"Valentine," he answered, "during my long watch over you, all I have observed has been what people visited you, what nourishment was prepared, and what beverage was served; then, when the latter appeared dangerous to me, I entered, as I have now done, and substituted, in the place of the poison, a healthful draught; which, instead of producing the death intended, caused life to circulate in your veins."
Duncan had prepared himself to pass the night in watchfulness near them, just without the ruin, but the scout, perceiving his intention, pointed toward Chingachgook, as he coolly disposed his own person on the grass, and said:
While he spoke, however, the young soldier seized his rifle, and advancing toward the front, prepared to atone for his venial remissness, by freely exposing his life in defense of those he attended.
Imitating these movements, the young man prepared himself for the struggle which now seemed inevitable.
They had gone there, and in each case the teachers had found them so well prepared that they entered advanced classes.
Program quality varies widely, with the majority of teachers prepared in lower-quality programs, and state regulations and accreditation standards are insufficient to maintain quality.
At issue in Roxworthy were two memoranda prepared by KPMG LLP for the general counsel of Yum!
A has prepared the majority of the returns that S prepared for clients.
If students have already started working towards gaining job experience, the counselor will at least know they will be that much more prepared for the work force when they graduate.
Given the variety of activities that school counselors might perform for students with disabilities, it is important to ensure that school counselors feel prepared to provide services to those students.
Bailer class, modern class, prepared solo, interview with faculty.