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It is noteworthy that as he went downstairs he still imagined that his case was perhaps not utterly lost, and that, so far as the ladies were concerned, all might "very well indeed" be set right again.
It used to be said, in her younger days, that if anything were amiss with a corpse, if only the ruff were not smooth, or the cap did not set right, the corpse in the coffin and beneath the clods would strive to put up its cold hands and arrange it.
As on the ruined human wretch vermin parasites appear, so these ruined shelters have bred a crowd of foul existence that crawls in and out of gaps in walls and boards; and coils itself to sleep, in maggot numbers, where the rain drips in; and comes and goes, fetching and carrying fever and sowing more evil in its every footprint than Lord Coodle, and Sir Thomas Doodle, and the Duke of Foodle, and all the fine gentlemen in office, down to Zoodle, shall set right in five hundred years--though born expressly to do it.
"The wrong you have done me is not to be set right in that way," he said.
In this regard, he added Task Forces of Pesco Hazara-1 Circle carried out raids in the areas of Abbottabad and Haripur and checked 453 meters and replaced 45 defective meters.36 meters were set right.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 4, 2019--UK watchdog asks Barclays to set right banned banking practices
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-July 4, 2019--UK watchdog asks Barclays to set right banned banking practices
Perhaps both America and Iran should better talk about their issues deeply to set right everything at the global stage.
If Railway is set right then national economy will improve.
LAHORE:Poetry of Dr Allama Muhammad Iqbal (RA), the Poet of the East, provides guidance even for living in the modern era and can help set right direction leading to a successful life.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Mar 15 (ANI): Cell therapy, a known panacea for several medical conditions-- liver cirrhosis, diabetes, PCOD and autoimmune diseases -- has added early menopause to the list of things it can possibly set right.