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Intrigued by the well-designed and beautifully made French Carabines de Chasseur modeles 1846/53, as early as 1856 then-Captain Dahlgren decided that a similar short rifle of large caliber would be just the ticket for his tars.
Landeta's script and the novel concur until almost the end, when a disillusioned Angustias regains control of her destiny by taking her son and her carabine, and abandoning her husband to rejoin the Revolution.
Dick Carabine, chair of Govan Community Council, said yesterday: "He's done everything there is to do in football.
Le Mercury dit initialement que l'homme est tue par une pierre, mais le rapport du coroner, publie dans ce meme journal le 17 juin, confirme que << the death was caused by a wound in the head, produced by a bullet from a carabine in the hands of a soldier of the B Battery, while he was in the lawful discharge of his duty in the suppression of a riot >>.
10, 1927, in Derry, Ireland, to Cornelius and Annie Carabine Harkin.
Watch manager Gary Carabine said: "We were called to an upstairs flat on fire.
Burdock and Carabine reviewed the safety assessment of sandalwood oil and [alpha]-santalol and concluded that consumption of sandalwood oil is considered safe at present use levels (Burdock and Carabin 2008).
As regards darkness and light, Deirdre Carabine concedes Eriugena to remain on the Dionysian side of the canvas, but recognizes the blind look of the eyeless mind of Dionysius to be replaced in Eriugena with a real not seeing of the eyes, or with seeing in clouds in which the God is supposed to remain hidden (Carabine 1994:147-149, see also Carabine 1995).
The arsenal of weapons he was linked to included a Belgian Fabrique National Carabine automatic rifle, an Israeli Galil light machine gun, a Swiss SG 543 assault rifle, a .
Carabine, The Unknown God: Negative Theology in the Platonic Tradition: From Plato to Eriugena [Louvain Theological and Pastoral Monographies 19], Louvain, 1993; M.
If you're in need of a few laughs, Funnyman Lenny Henry should keep the crowd amused at the Andersonstown Leisure Centre on Thursday, August 5, with homegrown talent Seamus Carabine, warming up for him.
They intersect with a wider network of social and political relations that serve to strengthen their influence and provide the conditions that make possible claims of truth (Fahy, 2002; Carabine, 2001; Hook, 2001; Powers, 2001).
At the same time, however, Keith Carabine and Robert Paul Lamb hold that only extra-textual evidence permits a reading of the swamp in "Big Two-Hearted River" as related to acute mental strain, due to shell shock or otherwise, on the part of Nick or Hemingway himself.
2] dal lampo breve delle carabine, sparate contro le <<Belve poliziesche>> [.
222 (18-24), as quoted in Deirdre Carabine, The Unknown God: Negative Theology in the Platonic Tradition: Plato to Eriugena (Grand Rapids.