suffering I wanted it to die & leave you alone, even
the atypically high turnout in the 2004 presidential election amounted to just over 50 percent of eligible citizens casting ballots.
If my pastor ever offered one, even
if I liked the candidate he backed, I would get up and walk out.
With a few special maintenance considerations, operators can make sure they keep their machines running optimally in even
the most demanding applications.
29) James Miti, an elderly ally of Mulumba and leader of the Bataka movement, was more nostalgic for the past than Mulira was, but even
so, he emphasized that the strength of Ganda society had rested on manners and appropriate behavior, enforced with dire punishments.
Kathy Acker's Empire of the Senseless, for those students who made it (or skipped) to the end, saw Abhor, "part robot and part black" (3), attempt to write her own story.
This mindset recognized that the real "power" of physical activity is not exercising once or twice a week, even
if it is aerobic.
the administration has found a problem with doling out the gifts: it has had trouble finding enough worthy recipients.
Within a few years, coding theorists realized that a slightly modified version of an old, obscure code could sometimes produce even
If truth were told, our witness is regularly ignored, occasionally even
In many countries today, even
the most basic qualities of any society--democracy or dictatorship, tolerance or ethnic hatred and violence, widespread opportunity or economic oligarchy--remain in flux.
If it's not statutory, it's waiverable (and even
if it is statutory, there are usually many ways to interpret the law).
Read on to find out the facts on why inhalants, Vicodin, and OxyContin are dangerous to your brain and body, and why the smart choice is never to try these substances--NOT EVEN
The America of our dreams, where every child is welcomed in law, in life, and protected in law, may be some ways away, but even
from the far side of the river .
after administration officials admitted the illegal arrangement with Williams, even
after President Bush promised that it wouldn't happen again, even
after similar arrangements with other government agencies and so-called independent reporters were uncovered, and even
after extensive media coverage, including a lengthy Frank Rich New York Times column condemning the incident, Jack O'Dwyer still was not satisfied.