Brom Bones, too, who, shortly after his rival's disappearance conducted the blooming Katrina in triumph to the altar, was observed to look exceedingly knowing whenever the story of Ichabod was related, and always burst into a hearty laugh at the mention
of the pumpkin; which led some to suspect that he knew more about the matter than he chose to tell.
I cannot bear the thoughts of making him so miserable, as I know the very mention
of such a thing would do.
Are you at liberty to mention
what the proceeding was?
I knew that--and yet even the mention
of his age, when I contrasted it with hers, added to my blind hatred and distrust of him.
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The only mention
of the area was "Merseyside" (once).
Seven students from 37 schools across the United States were named winners of the 2008 Design Emphasis Awards, with an additional 12 students recognized for merit and honor able mention
However, Gallup finds that the increase in mentions
comes mostly from political independents: 31% now mention
it, up from 19% a year ago.
For the fourth consecutive year, CAGNY contributed a one-time stipend of $500 to five students whom the Nominating Committee deemed academically worthy to receive an "honorable mention
But he fails to mention
subsidiarity, also a permanent principle, which upholds the autonomy of individuals and communities at the level on which they are able to function.
However, nor did the MTC document explicitly mention
that delivery in company-owned vehicles was a protected activity.
The optimism that should be generated from these announcements is tempered over the number of responses that mention
the high prices of raw materials and shortages of supplies.
Lancaster's Evan Luo, 8, was awarded an honorable mention
for his performance in the Bach Competition, Level I instrumental, for performers 12 and younger.
has been made of the fact that whatever plant we find here on earth is but a remote shadow of its original in Heaven, so that whenever the people of Paradise will be given fruits there from, they will call out: "'It is this that in days of yore was granted us as sustenance'--and they were given something resembling that".
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