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With this history the king was even more profoundly interested than with the other -- and, as the day broke before its conclusion(notwithstanding all the queen's endeavors to get through with it in time for the bowstringing), there was again no resource but to postpone that ceremony as before, for twenty-four hours.
com/drake-postpones-summer-sixteen-tour-after-ankle-injury-find-out-which-dates-have-been-2426179) last week's announcement that he would postpone and cancel some shows but would keep his upcoming shows in Brooklyn, New York and Newark, New Jersey.
ASSAFIR: Ministers of Council adopts dialogue decrees about Palestinian's weapons outside the camps and postpones "the appointments" again.
Global Banking News-10 September 2009-HSBC postpones its first Islamic bond fund(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.
ITV, in fact, switched live European soccer games from Wednesdays to Tuesdays some years back to avoid postponing T' Street - only the final postpones it now.
A corporation incurs interest when it postpones payment of a tax liability, from the time payment was originally due until the date the corporation pays it.
JUDGE POSTPONES SEARS SANCTIONS: A bankruptcy judge agreed Friday to postpone sanctioning Sears Roebuck and Co.
District Court for Northern California Postpones Hynix Case Against Rambus; Court Inclined to Defer Case Pending Federal Circuit Review of Issues in Rambus V.
If Tom postpones the sale until 1993, the entire Sec.