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This reticence upon his part had increased the somewhat inhuman effect which he produced upon me, until sometimes I found myself regarding him as an isolated phenomenon, a brain without a heart, as deficient in human sympathy as he was pre-eminent in intelligence.
There was a very pretty show of young women, and above them, the handsome old face and fine responsible portly figure of the housekeeper towered pre-eminent.
The Capa Aviation Awards for Excellence, the world's pre-eminent aviation strategy awards, are for strategic leadership in the aviation industry.
We couldn't prove we were pre-eminent and I didn't want to be taken to court.
This pre-eminent international business event is once again being attended by top representatives of major international insurance, re-insurance and brokerage firms.
lt;p>The Mediterranean dialogue is developing actively and Morocco is playing a pre-eminent role in it, Hoop Scheffer told MAP in a meeting with journalists at the NATO's Brussels-based headquarters.
The largest tenant in one of the Flatiron District's pre-eminent office buildings, DDW's new lease is for 10 years.
And Michael Eisner, Disney's soon-to-be-departing chief executive officer, said in a statement, ``Sports television's pre-eminent series moves to the industry's pre-eminent brand.
Although Clarence Thomas is not ordinarily viewed as pre-eminent among the justices of the United States Supreme Court, he is their leader in at least one respect: His rule as King of the Freebies is absolutely secure.
The Tax Section will serve the public interest with a well-balanced mix of goal statements, including Tax Policy Advocacy (TPA); Professional Ethics and Integrity (PEI) (including efforts to restore respect for the profession) and Service to Members (STM), which will enable the Tax Section to become the pre-eminent professional provider of tax services.
During his term, 1971 to 1986, he was the pre-eminent church leader in Canada and recognized as such, and he was also one of the pre-eminent church persons in the world," said Hugh McCullum, a former editor of the Anglican Journal who will write the book.
Equifax chairman Thomas Chapman said the purchase "clearly positions Equifax as the pre-eminent leader in the e-marketing field.
And it has become part of the folklore that surrounds him that Sir Terry always harboured a wish to turn the place where he was born into Wales's pre-eminent golf resort.
As the pre-eminent provider of financial services, Macquarie Bank sees its relationship with PrimeRevenue as providing highly differentiated value to our corporate customers and their supply chains," said Paul Bide, Executive Director, Debt Markets at Macquarie Bank.
Summary: The Zayed Future Energy Prize, world's pre-eminent award for innovation in renewable energy and sustainability, has selected a mascot to represent the new Global High Schools Prize category.