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No matter what anybody else said, he still went turning round and round in one set form of words concerning them; as a poor squirrel turns and turns in its revolving cage; touching the mechanism, and trick of which, it has probably quite as distinct perceptions, as ever this red-faced gentleman had of his deceased Millennium.
Have you ever observed the remarkable adherence to set forms of speech which characterizes the talkers of arrant nonsense
In addition, the document set form of application for the import of goods and payment of indirect taxes, the rules of its filling, and exchange format requirements for the implementation of a protocol on the procedure of collection of indirect taxes and the mechanism of control over their payment for exports and imports of goods, works, services , annexed to the treaty on the EEU.
All volumes in the set form a detailed chronology highlighting key events in various religions around the world over the past 5,000 years.
As in the Horn Trio, Metzer suggests that kurtag's Stele and Saariaho's L'amour de loin "stage the genre so that an expressive drive breaks down the continuity of a set form, often .
Further shifting in shape occurs as the set form is removed from the mould, covered with slip and fired in the kiln.
THE ceremony is largely similar to a conventional register office wedding and so the couple will have the opportunity to say a set form of words before signing the register.
Most differences involved the case where only one set form was submitted for a trip that reported placing multiple sets on the trip form.
Committee chairs or session organizers, please save ASAE significant investment of time and money by completing the room set form in your speaker kit.
Good supporting examples for this phonological regularity include: pata- 'cloth' [less than] *palta- [less than] *pol-to- = OCS plat(10) 'a patch of cloth'; puta- 'fold' seems to be from the set form *pulta-[less than] *plH-to-,(11) alongside Gothic ain-falths ON faldr [less than] *pol(H)-to-s (which, pace Frisk GEW 1:398, is indeterminately set/anit in form) and Greek [Greek Text Omitted] 'double, twofold' [less than] *dui-pl-t-io-s;(12) Hindi ata 'flour' = Persian ard: Greek [Greek Text Omitted] 'grind' = Armenian alam; sphat- 'split' [less than] *spelt- : *spelt- : Welsh hollt-i [less than] *spolt-;(13) jathara-'belly' (: Gothic kilthei 'womb') [less than] *jalth-ara- [less than] *geltH- or *ge/oltH-; bhas- 'speak': Lith.