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  • France's involvement in Mali began the day after militants said January 10 that they had seized the city of Konna, east of Diabaly in central Mali, and were poised to advance south toward Bamako.
  • The elder man lay back and looked at him with half-closed eyes. "By the way, Dorian," he said after a pause, "'what does it profit a man if he gain the whole world and lose--how does the quotation run?-- his own soul'?"
  • Turtles: after being trapped, live turtles are shipped to biological supply companies in burlap sacks labeled " seafood.
  • Hypersensitivity reactions, as have been reported for other contrast media containing gadolinium, have also been observed after administration of gadovist.
  • The characters decided to skip this chapter because it involved Mausis search for the jewels hed swallowed in the dragons den after he had a bowel movement.
  • Jeremy couldnt forget. Even as he went through the old motions with his former buddy, the rage at what Ed had done simmered on the back burners of Jeremys consciousness, waiting for the chance to explode after they were finished chatting about useless shit.
  • Michael Ivanovich went up to the plan, and the prince after speaking to him about the building looked angrily at Princess Mary and Dessalles and went to his own room.
  • "Now what Im about to tell you mustnt go past this room. But first let me ask you, Is everything Ive heard about you true? ‘Tis said the dey of Tunis held you there after he took your merchantmen, in hopes youd teach his damned Turks how to use the English cannon you had on board."
  • Prime Minister Monti said that he would resign once the budget law has been passed, which is expected by the end of December. Elections are expected in late February or early March,with Italian media predicting either the weekend of March 3 or 10. Monti could still help to govern Italy after the election, but he has not confirmed any plans.
  • "If I must spare Dargasian lives to prevent a greater loss to my own men, then that is what I will do," Zane snapped back. "Were not barbarians, after all." He eyed her, most likely recalling that she was a worshipper of Evil; it was a fact that seemed to disturb him from time to time.
  • "I have witnessed men crippled for life after just a single session. Years ago, I watched Idi Amin personally execute a would-be assassin with a Sambok in front of several hundred witnesses. Of course, back then he wasnt the fat slob he eventually became. He was very strong and he put all the power he could into each blow. The first ten strokes cut the mans back to ribbons. after 30 strokes, he was unconscious, and Amin stopped the execution to revive the unfortunate. In due course, his punishment continued. In the end the would-be assassin received 100 strokes, but he died long before the last stroke was laid."
  • "I noted, in passing, that she had written a note before leaving home but after being fully dressed. You observed that her right glove was torn at the forefinger, but you did not apparently see that both glove and finger were stained with violet ink. She had written in a hurry and dipped her pen too deep. It must have been this morning, or the mark would not remain clear upon the finger. All this is amusing, though rather elementary, but I must go back to business, Watson. Would you mind reading me the advertised description of Mr. Hosmer Angel?"
  • She looked up at him and smiled, but her actions said otherwise. With all of the force she could generate, she slapped him hard across his face. The sound alone reverberated through Connors breast even more painfully than the Grizzlys roar. His head barely moved an inch, but his eyes went wide. "What was that for?" He rubbed the side of his face after his shock wore off, but the slap caused little pain.
  • Email this a great grandmother from whitehaven is celebrating after winning more than
  • "No moon tonight, so the stars ought to be good," observed Matthew. Most of the staff and crew had been given shore leave for the night. Strangely, those who remained on board all made excuses about things to do, leaving Katharine and Matthew alone on deck enjoying a peaceful after dinner glow.
  • Returning to the clearing again and using the scythe to cut the untamed grass, took about an hour to complete. Using the shovel, he cut into the soil and made a shallow outline of the entire cottage. When that was finished he made multiple trips, carrying the post-hole diggers and all of the posts over his shoulder, an empty five gallon bucket and three bags of concrete. after digging the posts holes at each of the four primary corners and walking to fill the bucket with water, he mixed in several bags of quick-dry concrete and poured it down the holes to set the posts. It was getting dark as he headed back to his grandparents and let the concrete harden. There wasnt anything he could do until tomorrow anyways.
  • "Yes, you did, you fell down right after taking a drink. after walking all that way like your heels were on fireyoure not supposed to overdo stuff when youre sick." Liseli crossed her arms. "Now you cant even get up from the ground. Im no nurse; I dont know what to do with a feverish person in the middle of nowhere. I dont know how were supposed to find any help, now. That was . . . Russ!"
  • Lutsenko was born in East Berlin in 1962. In the early 1980s, after studying Soviet army propaganda as an 18-year-old cadet, Lutsenko embarked on a military career. Discouraged after the fall of the Soviet Union, when officers of the new Russian army were forced to take wage cuts, he left the service to become an entrepreneur.
  • "Sorry to come in so late after the doors were locked. But, I've news that's unpleasant, disagreeable, likely to cause trouble or loss. It might be an ugly rumor, but it might not."
  • Yearling in 2003 sales after losing more than 2,000 pregnancies this year?
  • "She was never happy at home, Miss Alice wasn't, from the time that her father married again. She was slighted like and had no say in anything, but it never really became bad for her until after she met Mr. Fowler at a friend's house. As well as I could learn, Miss Alice had rights of her own by will, but she was so quiet and patient, she was, that she never said a word about them but just left everything in Mr. Rucastle's hands. He knew he was safe with her; but when there was a chance of a husband coming forward, who would ask for all that the law would give him, then her father thought it time to put a stop on it. He wanted her to sign a paper, so that whether she married or not, he could use her money. When she wouldn't do it, he kept on worrying her until she got brain-fever, and for six weeks was at death's door. Then she got better at last, all worn to a shadow, and with her beautiful hair cut off; but that didn't make no change in her young man, and he stuck to her as true as man could be."
  • Nine days after the abandonment of Moscow, a messenger from Kutuzov reached Petersburg with the official announcement of that event. This messenger was Michaud, a Frenchman who did not know Russian, but who was quoique etranger, russe de coeur et d'ame,* as he said of himself.
  • I had been delayed at a case, and it was a little after half-past six when I found myself in Baker Street once more. As I approached the house I saw a tall man in a Scotch bonnet with a coat which was buttoned up to his chin waiting outside in the bright semicircle which was thrown from the fanlight. Just as I arrived the door was opened, and we were shown up together to Holmes' room.
  • "I had thoughts of entering public life once myself," remarked the Duck; "there are so many things that need reforming. Indeed, I took the chair at a meeting some time ago, and we passed resolutions condemning everything that we did not like. However, they did not seem to have much effect. Now I go in for domesticity, and look after my family."
  • Not On Normal Courtyard Exercise. A slang prison word for a sex offender, derived supposedly from the term chalked above a culprit's cell door by prison officers, meaning that the prisoner should be kept apart from others for his own safety. Alternatively the acronym came after the word, which was derived as a shortening of 'a little bit of nonsense' being a prison euphemism for the particular offence.
  • Mrs. Jones looked out of the bedroom window, saw what was happening, hurriedly flung a few possessions into a carpet bag, and slipped out of the farm by another way. Moses sprang off his perch and flapped after her, croaking loudly. Meanwhile the animals had chased Jones and his men out on to the road and slammed the five-barred gate behind them. And so, almost before they knew what was happening, the Rebellion had been successfully carried through: Jones was expelled, and the Manor Farm was theirs.
  • Breakaway from the ancient order of foresters after political disagreements.
  • Alana told him after class, "That would be a grand idea to teach others about yourself. More would understand it, and it would help hide your secret from the outside."
  • Again Pierre was overtaken by the depression he so dreaded. For three days after the delivery of his speech at the lodge he lay on a sofa at home receiving no one and going nowhere.
  • No-shows often reflect current events, such as the reduced number of bankers in 2009 after the global financial meltdown. Individuals in the spotlight for unfavorable reasons will skip Davos, even if they had been regular attendees, said Whartons Useem.
  • Hedge funds drove up prices for Greek sovereign debt last week after determining that European finance ministers would back off a pledge to pay no more than about 28 percent of face value to retire the nations bonds. Money managers correctly wagered that not enough bondholders would participate at that level to get the deal done. That would put at risk bailout funds that Greece needs to stave off economic collapse.
  • Some authorities consider anorexia and excessive fatigue after a dive as manifestations of type i dcs.
  • HSBC (HSBA) may move after the bank agreed to sell its stake in Chinas Ping An Insurance to Thai billionaire Dhanin Chearavanont for $9.4 billion as Europes biggest bank by market value moves to revive profit and boost capital.
  • An investment company created with a fixed number of shares which are then traded as listed securities on a stock exchange. after the initial offering, existing shares can only be bought from existing shareholders.
  • "Hurrah-ah-ah!" reverberated in the forest, and the Cossack companies, trailing their lances and advancing one after another as if poured out of a sack, dashed gaily across the brook toward the camp.
  • Duty could sometimes be pleasure, Chloe thought looking at him, and certainly pleasure sometimes looked remarkably like duty. Still... after all, Frank had had a difficult Saturday. And nothing at all of a Sunday, since she had refused to stir out for fear she might be wanted. after a brief explanation therefore she got through to Frank, offered a tepid request, and came back feeling unexpectedly gloomy. It was then that Oliver had arrived.
  • Formalityto the ship and after cambodian border formalities cruise up the broad mekong channel.
  • The palace had been sold and converted into a bleaching works and calico printing factory after the last archbishop had left in the 1770s.
  • In the mid-12th century, the tide began to turn in the Crusades. The Muslim world had become more united under effective leaders such asSaladin, and dissension arose among Christian factions in and concerning the Holy Land. The Knights Templar were occasionally at odds with the two other Christian military orders, the Knights Hospitaller and the Teutonic Knights, and decades of internecine feuds weakened Christian positions, politically and militarily. after the Templars were involved in several unsuccessful campaigns, including the pivotal Battle of the Horns of HattinJerusalem was captured by Saladin's forces in 1187. The Crusaders retook the city in 1229, without Templar aid, but held it only briefly. In 1244, the Khwarezmi Turks recaptured Jerusalem, and the city did not return to Western control until 1917 when the British captured it from theOttoman Turks.
  • Here we present the first analysis of human neuropathology after immunization with abeta ( an-1792 ).
  • Pierre sat down by the fire and began eating the mash, as they called the food in the cauldron, and he thought it more delicious than any food he had ever tasted. As he sat bending greedily over it, helping himself to large spoonfuls and chewing one after another, his was lit up by the fire and the soldiers looked at him in silence.
  • Mukarrab Khan seemed to ignore Hawksworth as he watched the servants spread a large covering of tooled leather across the carpet in front of them. after a moment his concentration reappeared, and he turned abruptly.
  • Three days after a gunman calling himself the Joker from the Batman series shot dead 12 people in a suburban Denver movie theater, the National Rifle Association sent out a letter asking for money.
  • "Religion versus reality, Abi. All of us here belonged to many different religions and sects during our various lives back there. Its sad to realize that we lose the essence of understanding after those first two minutes following the birth processand that entire lifetimes are spent there searching for answers to the human riddle."
  • A day after the election, Abe called on the BOJ to boost its monetary stimulus at a two-day meeting that ends on Thursday and pressed it to adopt a 2 percent inflation target, double its current price goal, as soon as next month.
  • Tino resisted the impulse to chase his brother and raced after his comrades as they rode away from the competing armies. Behind him, he heard the noise of the clash as the legion reached the city wall.
  • "I have not been to see all this time because I have been at my father's. I had to talk over a very important matter with him. I only got back last night," he said glancing at Natasha; "I want to have a talk with you, Countess," he added after a moment's pause.
  • Rosetta is named after the stone that explained egyptian hieroglyphics, thus laying bare the culture of the pharoahs to modern eyes.
  • But even though the outline of a euro-zone bank supervisor has been agreed, other aspects of the banking union are being slowed down, and long-term reforms all but shelved. Instead of a road map, there is a sign that reads "road blocked". Germany, in particular, wants to put off talk of future mutualisation, at least until after its own election next autumn. Italy is not the only country whose politics should cause concern.
  • There are two types of afferent neurons found in the cochlear nerve: Type I and Type II. Each type of neuron has specific cell selectivity within the cochlea. The Mechanism that determines the selectivity of each type of neuron for a specific hair cell has been proposed by two diametrically opposed theories in neuroscience known as the peripheral instruction hypothesis and the cell autonomous instruction hypothesis. The peripheral instruction hypothesis states that phenotypic differentiation between the two neurons are not made until after these undifferentiated neurons attach to hair cells which in turn will dictate the differentiation pathway. The cell autonomous instruction hypothesis states that differentiation into Type I and Type II neurons occur following the last phase of mitotic division but preceding innervations. Both types of neuron participate in the encoding of sound for transmission to the brain.
  • From the first hospitalization, or first line healthcare until release from the hospital and the follow-up after release.
  • The ship sank on november 11 after being boarded by a us team enforcing un sanctions.
  • Allied conferences at Bretton Woods and Yalta outlined a new system of international organizations that placed the United States and Soviet Union at the center of world affairs. As victory was won in Europe, a 1945 international conference held in San Francisco produced the United Nations Charter, which became active after the war. The United States, having developed the first nuclear weapons, used them on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August. Japan surrendered on September 2, ending the war.
  • Refugees settled in coventry after the religious intolerance associated with the revocation of the edict of nantes.
  • The first attempt in April failed when the rocket exploded shortly after take off, but North Korea said the second effort, in December, was successful.
  • "It is very good of Lord St. Simon to honour my head by putting it on a level with his own," said Sherlock Holmes, laughing. "I think that I shall have a whisky and soda and a cigar after all this cross-questioning. I had formed my conclusions as to the case before our client came into the room."
  • On May 18, 2011, Navy Secretary Ray Mabus announced the Navy would be naming the last of 14 Lewis and Clark-class cargo ships after Csar Chavez. The USNS Cesar Chavez was launched on May 5, 2012.
  • Large mounds of concrete are used as barriers to close off streets. Lamp-posts lie horizontally across the road after being downed by shelling.
  • "The Palo Iowa nuclear plant is indicating that fail safe systems are about to force an emergency SCRAM shutdown. It'll take weeks to restart, even after they flush out the Hollywood anti-nuke crowd," says Todd.
  • With all men on board the longboats gunwales rode a scant three inches above waterline. Bailing began after the first wave washed over her. Then they hoisted sail and began to row for the dark shore.
  • Fart In A Trance. Every organization has a person who seems to be perpetually in FIAT mode. Most of us experience being in this state at least a couple of times a week, especially Mondays after heavy weekend, or while captive in corporate presentations or boring training sessions. Alternative to MEGO. (Ack Tony Lomas)
  • Thats it! Hed have a beer and think things through. He was a rational intelligent man after all, and there had to be an explanation.
  • Studies estimate that 74 per cent of men will experience retrograde ejaculation after transurethral resection of the prostate ( turp ).
  • The only reaction Jax could muster at that moment was a dumb-founded blink. Mentally shaking herself to find some coherency in her brain, she said the first thing that came to mind, "Ronald doesn't think my walking home is alluring, I mean, um, a problem." She physically shook her head that time and tried again as Seth stifled a chuckle. "What I mean, is that's a really nice offer but I need to make sure everything is handled properly at the close of this show. It is my project after all, so I sort of feel like its my responsibility to make sure that everything is correct."
  • "Good, just the person I needed to see. Samanthas coming with me for a while," she shouted to the others. She directed me out the door and shut it behind us. I had no idea what to expect, especially after she invited me to sit down. She sat across from me. I tried to relax myself and block out all thoughts of the conversations I had had that day and anything else she shouldnt see.
  • "My future self, I call him Dave 2, emailed me that your first kiss was with Darren Smith after chess club, and not Marty Acker like you told your friends."
  • Jon woodgate was replaced by danny hay after 15 minutes with a thigh strain, and the writing was on the wall.
  • For while we lived and committed iniquity we did not consider what we should suffer after death.
  • "I don't think they'll quit until they find me. On the way over, I had to kill two farmers who came after me for crossing their field. I had to."
  • "Okay, now what? How do I make it stop?" Sarah shrugged. She didnt know. Now what? Not really wanting his hand to burn, he rushed over to the lake and thrust it in. Steam hissed up from the water, coalescing around his face. after a minute or two, the clouds of vapor drifted away, and he pulled his hand out.
  • Rachel tingled with excitement. after the decision had been made to try again to stop the bomb, leadership for the operation had naturally fallen into her. And she was having fun.
  • She is expecting quintuplets after ivf treatment and is going for a caesarean.
  • The history of culture explains to us the impulses and conditions of life and thought of a writer or a reformer. We learn that Luther had a hot temper and said such and such things; we learn that Rousseau was suspicious and wrote such and such books; but we do not learn why after the Reformation the peoples massacred one another, nor why during the French Revolution they guillotined one another.
  • Republicans point to the fact that they kept their House majority after the 2011 debt-limit fight as proof that the party didnt pay a political price. Republicans stayed in the majority after the 2012 election although they suffered a net loss of eight seats.
  • "I don't know what got into you, Harper," Mrs. Meeks said. Her hair shot out every which way and she wasn't wearing any makeup. The call to come pick me up probably came in after she'd gone to bed for the night. "I can't keep doing this."
  • Cloudless, and pierced by one solitary star, a copper-green sky gleamed through the windows. He read on by its wan light till he could read no more. Then, after his valet had reminded him several times of the lateness of the hour, he got up, and going into the next room, placed the book on the little Florentine table that always stood at his bedside and began to dress for dinner.
  • The second largest Christian practice is the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church, which traces its formal, corporate history in England to the 6th century with Augustine's mission and was the main religion on the entire island for around a thousand years. Since its reintroduction after the Catholic Emancipation, the Church has organised ecclesiastically on an England and Wales basis where there are 4.5 million members (most of whom are English). There has been one Pope from England to date, Adrian IV; while saints Bede and Anselm are regarded as Doctors of the Church.
  • Shortly after the November presidential election, the White House said Social Security should be addressed separately from the talks to avert the fiscal austerity measures. "I want to keep that promise," Sanders said.
  • Generalized muscle perfusion remains above normal for up to 15 minutes after tourniquet deflation.
  • By November 1941, Commonwealth forces had launched a counter-offensive, Operation Crusader, in North Africa, and reclaimed all the gains the Germans and Italians had made. In the West, concerns the Japanese might use bases in Vichy-held Madagascar caused the British to invade the island in early May 1942. This success was offset soon after by an Axis offensive in Libya which pushed the Allies back into Egypt until Axis forces were stopped at El Alamein. On the Continent, raids of Allied commandos on strategic targets, culminating in the disastrous Dieppe Raid, demonstrated the Western Allies' inability to launch an invasion of continental Europe without much better preparation, equipment, and operational security.
  • Although the basic fee is typically 1.3 percent of assets, the power of compound interest means that charges have a huge impact on fund performance over time, according to the Royal Society of Arts, a London-based social policy research group. An investor paying a 0.5 percent fee a year will end up with 33 percent more in their fund after 25 years than someone paying 1.5 percent a year assuming equal performance, RSA said.
  • "Get this, Jeff. As part of everything, I'm giving written permission for the adoption from one year after I leave. It'll be finalized when I know the exact date."
  • A few days later at one of those enchanting fetes which Helene gave at her country house on the Stone Island, the charming Monsieur de Jobert, a man no longer young, with snow white hair and brilliant black eyes, a Jesuit a robe courte* was presented to her, and in the garden by the light of the illuminations and to the sound of music talked to her for a long time of the love of God, of Christ, of the Sacred Heart, and of the consolations the one true Catholic religion affords in this world and the next. Helene was touched, and more than once tears rose to her eyes and to those of Monsieur de Jobert and their voices trembled. A dance, for which her partner came to seek her, put an end to her discourse with her future directeur de conscience, but the next evening Monsieur de Jobert came to see Helene when she was alone, and after that often came again.
  • Their success or failure could determine whether national legislation materializes after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, that left 26 dead, including 20 children between the ages of 6 and 7.
  • I decided this might be the way to go after having my front wheel swallowed axel deep by a braking bump ( mid berm!
  • If given after meals larger doses are required for temporary alleviation by neutralizing the food acids.
  • They had, at the moment of Oliver's arrival, been arguing whether it was safe for Chloe to go home alone. She had wished to go as usual; the Chief Justice had offered his car, his servants ("though none of them," he put in, "would be useful") and himself to take her. Alternatively, was there no friend she could telephone to, who could call at the house and look after her. "If you won't stop here, that is."
  • I nodded. "Yes. I had a bad nosebleed and headache after the locater spell, and after that everything I tried failed."
  • She had the fastest shoes that the wizard could print for her on her feet, though she'd carefully covered them in grime and dirt so they wouldn't stand out. And she'd taken an inhaler along that would make her faster still. He'd warned her to keep eating after she took the inhaler, or she'd starve to death before the day was out. The pockets on both thighs of her jumpsuit were stuffed with butterballs wrapped around sugared kidneys and livers, stuff that would sustain her no matter how many puffs she took.
  • Nechayev estimates apartment rents, after adjusting for inflation, will increase about 2 percent on average next year, down from a projected 2.5 percent this year, as the national vacancy rate rises to 5.3 percent from 5 percent. Real rents climbed 1.5 percent in 2011 and 0.2 percent in 2010 after falling 6.1 percent in 2009, according to CBRE. The firm expects apartment vacancies to drop back to 5.2 percent in 2014.
  • Even after gains this year, shares of the nine banks still trade at depressed levels as investors question their ability to boost profits. Total return to shareholders, which includes price gains as well as dividends, has been negative since the end of 2008 at Charlotte, North Carolina-based Bank of America, Citigroup and Credit Suisse. Only Barclays has beaten the S&P 500 Index in that period.
  • It was nearly four o'clock when we at last, after passing through the beautiful Stroud Valley, and over the broad gleaming Severn, found ourselves at the pretty little country-town of Ross. A lean, ferret-like man, furtive and sly-looking, was waiting for us upon the platform. In spite of the light brown dustcoat and leather-leggings which he wore in deference to his rustic surroundings, I had no difficulty in recognising Lestrade, of Scotland Yard. With him we drove to the Hereford Arms where a room had already been engaged for us.
  • A recent development that added to the ongoing dysfunction of Parliament has made me ponder this matter. I am talking about the news stories of how the 2011 Court of Accounts reports were nullified and how the state apparatus that we finance with our taxes is now unaudited. The first news story came from the Zaman daily on Sept. 17, and the Radikal newspaper has been trying to raise public awareness about this matter for the last two days. But their voices are lost after hitting the wall of deadening silence.
  • Our cat turned up after we put posters up all over the neighbourhood.
  • Sometimes things are named from the sounds they make. In English, for example, there is the universal fastener which is named for the onomatopic of the sound it makes: the zip (in the UK) or zipper (in the U.S.). Many birds are named after their calls, such as the Bobwhite quail, the Weero, the Morepork, the killdeer, chickadee, the cuckoo, the chiffchaff, the whooping crane and the whip-poor-will. In Tamil and Malayalam, the word for crow is kaakaa. In Slovak and Czech the name for wolf is "vlk". This practice is especially common in certain languages such as Mori and, therefore, in names of animals borrowed from these languages.
  • David's screen beeps an alarm and a window opens up. after a few seconds it displays a phone number followed by Pete's name. Mark's phone is routing through the club's communications systems. David reaches over and clicks the cursor on the loudspeaker icon in the window and the speakers give off the sound of a phone ring tone. David sits back and says, "Well, I guess they know Tom and Bob have skipped town. Mark's calling Pete."
  • Obama and Boehner spoke by telephone yesterday, said Boehner spokesman Michael Steel, after offering their proposals in the past week to cut the deficit, which has topped $1 trillion in each of Obamas four years in office. More than $600 billion in tax increases and federal spending cuts will start taking effect in January unless Congress acts.
  • He has a background in markup languages and, after a 20 year flirtation with tex, is now an xml bigot.
  • Two climbers have been killed after being hit by an avalanche near ullapool.
  • Of such insolences and attempted slights he, of course, took no notice, and in the opinion of most people his frank debonair manner, his charming boyish smile, and the infinite grace of that wonderful youth that seemed never to leave him, were in themselves a sufficient answer to the calumnies, for so they termed them, that were circulated about him. It was remarked, however, that some of those who had been most intimate with him appeared, after a time, to shun him. Women who had wildly adored him, and for his sake had braved all social censure and set convention at defiance, were seen to grow pallid with shame or horror if Dorian Gray entered the room.
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