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to move or proceed on a repeatedly curving course

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Ranging only as far afield as her sharply focused story requires, "There Are No Slaves" compellingly, demonstrates the largely unintended shift from the clearly bounded and geographically unproblematic division between free Europe and slave colonies in the reign of Louis XIV, to the contested and politicized confrontations of the reigns of Louis XV and XVI, when slavery and race became entwined with larger issues of the pre-revolutionary Atlantic world.
The eight-foot obelisk of entwined bodies commemorated the massacre of nineteen landless Brazilian peasants by military police on April 17, 1996.
These environmental lessons are entwined with cultural immersion.
It depicts a gigantic tree with beasts and humans entwined in its branches to represent Genesis, the life of Alexander the Great, the Knights of the Round Table and the Carolingean Knights, the constellations and the months of the year.
Instead of spending millions on crop spraying that may succeed only in poisoning the Colombian countryside or on "professionalizing" a military force already deeply entwined with right-wing paramilitaries and death squads, a truly comprehensive and rational Plan Colombia, say both U.
Science, religion and aesthetics were inextricably entwined.
From athletic prowess to marital stability to why we gain and lose weight, Entwined Lives sheds n ew light on the nature/nurture debate.
Washington, writing under the pseudonym of Rosalind Welles, published Entwined Destinies.
In the afternoon they cuddled on Paul's bed, legs entwined.
Lofty candelabras entwined with flowers, designed by Tiger Lily, cast a romantic glow on the tables and the 13-piece Abe Guard orchestra drew everyone to the dance floor.
A sprig ofjuniper recurs on the painted reverse, entwined in a scroll reading VIRTUTEM FORMA DECORAT; both are encircled by a laurel and palm, familiar icons of the lyric and visual tradition but also the personal emblem of her platonic admirer Bernardo Bembo.
As I recall, the pub sign showed entwined flags symbolising Britain's naval alliances of the time.
Despite the reduction, the report suggests that DOS attacks have become an increasingly common threat because they are often entwined with viruses.
As peace in our world remains elusive and is obstructed at every turn, the search for peace, and the profound hopes which are entwined in that search, form a vital part of the prayer which rises from our hearts to the merciful heart of God in our day," said the international joint committee of the World Council of Churches (WCC) Faith and Order Commission and the Pontifical Commission for the Promotion of Christian Unity.
They used to kiss and cuddle outside their front door like lovebirds entwined And in their back garden they would side holding hands and laughing, I didn't mind All the jobs he would do like cleaning DIY, gardening and decorating too She told me he was the best thing since sliced bread, I thought, maybe trueHe said he would never leave her alone I replied how kind and how caring But I would have to go answer the phone and change the clothes I was wearingOne day she told me he had left, found another She had a replacement and it wasn't her brother.