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a tool used by an engraver

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Knightley immediately got up, and in a manner decidedly graver than usual, said,
The minds of these simple savages, unoccupied by matters of graver moment, were capable of deriving the utmost delight from circumstances which would have passed unnoticed in more intelligent communities.
Kala Nag-which means Black Snake-and Nazim were two of the biggest elephants in the lines, and one of their duties was to administer the graver punishment, since no man can beat an elephant properly.
And even should they escape that fate was it not but to be faced with far graver dangers?
He's VERY nice, my dear," she told Phil, "but ministers ought to be graver and more dignified.
And both times were to be but an earnest of another and graver time when, without barking at all, he would express in action the measure of his love and worship of them who had taken him from the crate and the footlights and given him the freedom of the Valley of the Moon.
He added, in lower and graver tones, "You had better tell Miss Burnham you have seen me here.
I remember it all through these years and years of a wiser, graver life.
He might have been a trifle graver than of yore, but the glint of laughter still was in his eyes.
The action is an early Springfield, case hardened to the point where all I could do was ruin my gravers when I tried to put even the slightest scratch on it.
According to the national campaign to recover the bodies of Palestinian martyrs, Israel is holding in numbered gravers bodies of more than 317 Palestinian martyrs.
Anders Gravers, founder of Stop Islamisation of Europe, said Breivik had made the application around 18 months ago, but another member had checked Breivik's Facebook friends which included one person who used a picture of Danish neo-Nazi leader Jonni Hansen as his profile picture.
It consists of a preface and nine chapters, beginning with a discerning introduction by the book's editor and chief contributor, Mikael Gravers of Aarhus University.
As Gravers rightly notes, the book is the first of its kind in several decades, and represents a crucial step in redressing the fact that much popular discourse conflates Burma Studies with Bamar Studies.
Peter Rees Steer, Clifford Gravers (general manager), Dr John Heeley and Malcolm GlosterMore than 100 people attended the Champagne and sushi evening at the Hyatt Regency in Birmingham.