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They are the refuge of the lonely, a fount of knowledge, a mine of information about the community, a source of internet access for those without a computer .
COLUMBA wrote: "Christ is the world's redeemer, The lover of the pure, The fount of heavenly wisdom, Our trust and hope secure; The armour of His soldiers, The Lord of earth and sky; Our health while we are living, Our life when we shall die.
CRYPTIC ACROSS: 1, A-Scot 6, Ad-O-re 9, Dig-nity 10, SN-ide 11, T-each 12, Sties 13, Alban-IA 15, Ant 17, Mean 18, Sp-ort-y 19, Fount 20, Trojan 22, Pore 24, Yen 25, Sweater 26, Na-St.
Beautifully illustrated with magnificent, colorful paintings, "S is for Smithsonian" will challenge young learners to seek out this amazing fount of history and knowledge housed in a museum campus.
He said that the powers regarding provincial autonomy, which mentioned in the 1973 Constitution to be transferred to provinces, could not be relocated and it is the democratic government of PPP which accepted the demand of the fount units of the federation and initiated a historic efforts by forming the Constitutional Reforms Committee.
After the capturing the smuggler, Turkish police began the search in the garden and fount the mummies.
With three decades of experience as a technical and medical writer, Lang is a fount of helpful tips, practical advice, and warnings against common writing pitfalls.
The contemporary women's showroom with such high-profile brands as The Battalion, American Vintage, Riller & Fount and Gold Hawk, plans to relocate its operations from 275 West 39th Street.
RON and VIV CARTER-BONSTEEL, Thorntree, Middlesbrough * * * * * * WHAT a fount of knowledge Cllr Joan McTigue is.
His account was first published in 1996 by Fount, London, an imprint of HarperCollins; in the second edition, he incorporates his considerable reading and thinking about her and her writing over the intervening decade.
Imagination is not only the uniquely human capacity to envision that which is not, and therefore the fount of all invention and innovation,' Rowling said.
The time is 1699 with a traveling Magistrate Isaac Woodward and his city clerk, Matthew Corbett, are on their way to a small town named Fount Royal located in the Carolinas.
But it's a helpful corrective to those viewing Oprah as some fount of political wisdom.
The venerable Canadian Brass quintet, formed in 1970, brings its joyful, brilliant sound to People of Faith, 12 selections of sacred music that include such sturdy Protestant favourites as O God, our Help m Ages Past and Come, Thou Fount of Ev'ry Blessing.
Say what you will about Chris Spirou--the former New Hampshire fount of political wisdom--but he knows that, when it comes to advice, you have to separate the wheat from the chaff.