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LAW, WRITTEN, or lex scripta. This consists of the constitution of the United States the constitutions of the several states the acts of the different legislatures, as the acts of congress, and of the legislatures of the several states, and of treaties. See Statute.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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A writer cannot write about every moment anyway; it would be too boring.
If Independence Hall isn't in Denver, Colorado, write H in spaces 1 and 11.
One of the best is How to Write a Damn Good Novel (St.
The teachers who wrote lesson plans preferred structured, linear thinking (Keith Golay would probably call them Bears) Schmidt writes: "Those with a more random-abstract dominant learning style, or who were less organized in general, did not voluntarily write much.
A lot of people thought Paradise must have been really upsetting to write. But I thought it was great fun.
Where synchronous replication waits for a response from the remote system before acknowledging the write back to the application, asynchronous replication acknowledges write back to the application immediately and then transmits the data to the remote site.
Still, I think there is a bit of a mystery writer in me because, to me, mystery is a component of suspense--and I often write supernatural suspense.
Karl-Heins Ziessow writes on an exchange of letters between a peasant and a learned relative in the early nineteenth century (151-174).
Let's get right down to it: if you are going to write, you need to have something to say, preferably something interesting.
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Why did you choose to write about these particular four Catholic authors--Flannery O'Connor, Thomas Merton, Dorothy Day, and Walker Percy?