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a piece of land

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At her own home, both at Southdown and at Trottermore Castle, this tall and awful missionary of the truth rode about the country in her barouche with outriders, launched packets of tracts among the cottagers and tenants, and would order Gaffer Jones to be converted, as she would order Goody Hicks to take a James's powder, without appeal, resistance, or benefit of clergy.
Most certainly, Emily would ruin everything," Lady Southdown said; and this time agreed to forego her usual practice, which was, as we have said, before she bore down personally upon any individual whom she proposed to subjugate, to fire in a quantity of tracts upon the menaced party (as a charge of the French was always preceded by a furious cannonade).
By way of compromise, Lady Emily sent in a packet in the evening for the latter lady, containing copies of the "Washerwoman," and other mild and favourite tracts for Miss B.
Although uncomplicated UTI includes both lower tract infection (cystitis) and upper tract infection (pyelonephritis), repeated pyelonephritis should prompt consideration of a complicated etiology.
In order to protect the right of redemption as to the residential property, the court amended the confirmation order to allocate the sales proceeds to each tract in proportion to its appraised value using the appraisal evidence presented by Ebenezer and Martinez.
Drinking cranberry juice has been recommended to decrease the incidence of urinary tract infections, based on observational studies and a few small clinical trials.
Genital tract HIV-1 RNA shedding among women with below detectable plasma viral load.
After passing from the stomach to the intestinal tract, the tablets release the organisms at optimal rates determined by formulation.
However, several studies have shown evidence of discordance between the RNA shedding of HIV in the blood and in the female genital tract, and when it comes to sexual transmission of HIV the big player is the amount of genital tract viral load, not the plasma viral load," she said.
Orange County-based Fieldstone, which completed another Lancaster tract in April and is selling homes at a Palmdale development, hopes to have Prospero Ranch model homes ready in late 2008.
The fistulous tract ascends along the carotid sheath, then posterior to the common carotid artery, then superior to the superior laryngeal, hypoglossal, and vagus nerves; it finally opens into the piriform sinus.
One would expect that inhaled hygroscopic particles would be retained in the lower respiratory tract with greater efficiency, and this hypothesis has been confirmed experimentally (11,12).
Such was almost the case with a 12,500-acre tract known as the Walls of Jericho, an area in northern Alabama that encompasses the headwaters of the Paint Rock River and is the habitat for more than 100 species of mussels and fish, 17 of which are on the federal Endangered Species list.
During severe diarrhea, the object was released from the GI tract.