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HIED industries had very different results, as illustrated in Figure 1.
By October 25, 2005, 1,255 claims had been hied with the state, requesting $2.
When the noted art theorist and historian Roger Fry (1935:4) once hied to pinpoint the essential difference between the art of East and West, he remarked: 'If I am right, we touch here on some profound difference in the creative methods and in the imaginative habits of European and Chinese artists'.
When a tax dispute prompted the royal governor to dissolve the Virginia assembly in 1765, George Washington, Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson, and other assemblymen hied to a tavern, where they agreed to boycott British goods.
It must be attached to a timely hied annual return, which includes Forms 1040, 1120, 1065.
When I read on the Zumba website that this 73-yearold showbiz veteran had danced with Fred Astaire and with Marge and Gower Champion and had been in two Elvis Presley movies, I hied myself to Chelsea Piers to take her class.
Instrument conditions prevailed and an IFR flight plan had been hied.
He hied him to the head of the house, to the house-top of Fyvie, He blew his trumpet loud and shrill, was heard at Mill of Tiftie.
John McCain and Barack Obama, both left the campaign trail and hied themselves to Washington to vote for the wildly unpopular financial bailout plan.
Dover-Harris is survived by her devoted son, Rhodney Dover; her beloved father and step-mother, Eugene Summons and Leah Summons; her loving brother, Tau Hied Aldul Budee; her grandchild, Tyler Hyland; and a dear friend, Tonya Henry.
When assembling kit, I think of Townsend Whelen, rifleman and adventurer, who hied off into the wild with a pack that typically weighed just 12 pounds.
In the interests of research I hied (not hoyed, heaven forfend) myself round the Bigg Market.
Now was there at oure Ladyes reverence A chapel in hyt made and edefyed, In the whyche the monk, when convenyence Of tyme he had awayted and espyed, Hys fadrys lore to fulfylle hym hied, And fifty sythys wyth devoute corage Seyd Ave Mary, as was hys usage.