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a special law-enforcement agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation

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Clytie's unfaithfulness is introduced in the second chapter when Peabody explains to the government man about "the preacher.
In turn, Clytie shows her open contempt by first sneaking out the rear of the cabin to copulate quickly with the unseen preacher, then returning to send come-hither looks to the government man (pp.
Prescott's demands from Railtrack will also include for the first time a Government man on the company's board to champion consumers' rights.
Regarding God, the government man gave a definite yes, citing work afoot that will show us how faith and science can be comfortably reconciled.
Without definitions, I have no idea what the government man believes or what the entrepreneur doesn't.
The Monitor once again showed its sense of justice: as the court invariably defended masters against servants' insubordination, neglect and the like, it said, so `the poor devil of a government man must in like manner be defended'.
He was naturally questioned repeatedly about this by government man Philip Mallone but continued to deny that anti- competitive behavior lay at the heart of his actions.
As one of the Fathers of Confederation, you might have thought Sir Oliver Mowat would be a strong central government man.
I also placed Major Biggs, the government man in Poverty Bay, at the centre of one of one of those battles.
A government man, Brass is charged with thwarting spies, for, in the words of his superior, "Our President has planned to coordinate all detective forces of the Treasury, Justice, State, War, Navy and Post Office Departments, in a concerted drive to spike the maneuvers of foreign spies, saboteurs and provocateurs.
We seem to be going backwards in some cases or maybe we, the working classes, are getting too educated for Mr Government man, so they try to discourage folk by charging for education.
He told how in that time of George II a Sheffield mob ran the government agent out of town, York greatly abused its government candidate and in Leeds Cloth Hall merchants made the ultimate sacrifice - stopping making their "brass" in order to turn their back on the rhetoric of their government man.
WHILE not supporting strikes, it seems to me that Mr Government Man just does not listen to the ordinary man in the street and the only way to try to communicate is to strike.
You can do the job properly or Mr Government Man will take it away from you and give it to somebody else and Postman Pat and his cat will be no more.
No, Mr Government Man is and, like Mr Del Monte, the planners are instructed to say yes to most things.
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