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  • Whilst some where out on their drive, i took the others around born free before then swopping over when the others got back.
  • "It's in the inlaid portfolio that he keeps under his pillow," said the princess, ignoring his question. "Now i know! Yes; if i have a sin, a great sin, it is hatred of that vile woman!" almost shrieked the princess, now quite changed. "And what does she come worming herself in here for? But i will give her a piece of my mind. The time will come!"
  • On another book, entitled Philosophy of the Medical Science, he had written this other note: "Am not i a physician like them? i also have my patients, and then, too, i have some whom i call my unfortunates."
  • "And i will tell you this," Prince Andrew interrupted in a tone of quiet authority, "you wish to insult me, and i am ready to agree with you that it would be very easy to do so if you haven't sufficient self-respect, but admit that the time and place are very badly chosen. In a day or two we shall all have to take part in a greater and more serious duel, and besides, Drubetskoy, who says he is an old friend of yours, is not at all to blame that my face has the misfortune to displease you. However," he added rising, "you know my name and where to find me, but don't forget that i do not regard either myself or you as having been at all insulted, and as a man older than you, my advice is to let the matter drop. Well then, on Friday after the review i shall expect you, Drubetskoy. Au revoir!" exclaimed Prince Andrew, and with a bow to them both he went out.
  • "My cabby drove fast. i don't think i ever drove faster, but the others were there before us. The cab and the landau with their steaming horses were in front of the door when i arrived. i paid the man and hurried into the church. There was not a soul there save the two whom i had followed and a surpliced clergyman, who seemed to be expostulating with them. They were all three standing in a knot in front of the altar. i lounged up the side aisle like any other idler who has dropped into a church. Suddenly, to my surprise, the three at the altar faced round to me, and Godfrey Norton came running as hard as he could towards me.
  • Crandall said: "Of course not. I'm glad i was able to stop that. You understand, Mr. Wendel, a wealthy man is a target for schemes of different kinds at all times. Possibly this was something of that sort."
  • I figured MacIntosh would be at least half way there by then. i said: "You hired me to do something and it's turned out to be something entirely different. I'm doing the best i can for you; why not work with me."
  • "An eternity, she tells me. i believe, according to the peerage, it is ten years, but ten years with Monmouth must have been like eternity, with time thrown in. Who else is coming?"
  • Raymond looks quite fetching in what i always think of as being the sophie rhys jones - tall and brown and quite stately.
  • "While i can't for a moment understand why you've chosen to befriend Britney, i can't fault you on your willingness to help her despite her flaws."
  • Lindsay hill as a professional huntsman for nearly 25 years, i feel i am well qualified to remark on the benefits of hunting.
  • I immerse myself in little house projects and wait for an answer to come to me. i wake up early with Morgen and set her up with toys and books while i clean out closets and organize bookshelves. The cupboards are jammed and dressers are overflowing. There's stuff everywhere. While i was preoccupied with school and work, our house somehow got filled with piles and piles of stuff. It came in from everywhere: gifts, mail orders, online shopping, department stores. There were always more things that we could have, that would supposedly make our lives better in one way or another. Dishes and tupperware, pots and jars, quilts and towels, board games and books, chairs, an electric can opener, a fondue set. We dont even use this stuff. We certainly dont need it. Its not making us more comfortable, or happy, or fulfilled. Were getting rid of it. Were thinning out.
  • There was no reason for Britney's actions to come as any kind of surprise, it was exactly in keeping with her character. Even if she didn't believe a word of what she'd just told me, i really was on my way to becoming a social pariah, and her whole existence centered around becoming more popular.
  • "We are such friends, such friends! All that ruler business was just nonsense, but we are friends forever. She, if she loves anyone, does it for life, but i don't understand that, i forget quickly."
  • "My friend," said Anna Mikhaylovna in gentle tones, addressing the hall porter, "I know Count Cyril Vladimirovich is very ill... that's why i have come... i am a relation. i shall not disturb him, my friend... i only need see Prince Vasili Sergeevich: he is staying here, is he not? Please announce me."
  • Originally posted by zer02004 i wondered if there was some sensitivity issues between the belkin, 3com routers and the alcatel.
  • "Yes, i was a fool! i still believed in people, loved them, and sacrificed myself. But only the base, the vile succeed! i know who has been intriguing!"
  • A man wished to purchase an Ass, and agreed with its owner that he should try out the animal before he bought him. He took the Ass home and put him in the straw-yard with his other Asses, upon which the new animal left all the others and at once joined the one that was most idle and the greatest eater of them all. Seeing this, the man put a halter on him and led him back to his owner. On being asked how, in so short a time, he could have made a trial of him, he answered, "I do not need a trial; i know that he will be just the same as the one he chose for his companion."
  • Lester said: "I understand," and looked disappointed. i felt sorry for the kid; finding a God was made out of common clay must have hurt him as badly as when he discovered the Santa Claus story was false.
  • "They are repulsed everywhere, for which i thank God and our brave army! The enemy is beaten, and tomorrow we shall drive him from the sacred soil of Russia," said Kutuzov crossing himself, and he suddenly sobbed as his eyes filled with tears.
  • For mains, i had the crisp duck confit with scallion mash and onion marmalade, which came as a surprisingly large portion.
  • Ten cowardly ruffians i saw upon one unarmed man, beating him with their clubs, till they felled him to the ground.
  • "It's ok, I'm not going to slack off. i want to be done with extra assignments as badly as you want to be finished with having to grade them."
  • "That depends on our luck in starting, else why shouldn't we be there in time?" replied Balaga. "Didn't we get you to Tver in seven hours? i think you remember that, your excellency?"
  • An Ox drinking at a pool trod on a brood of young frogs and crushed one of them to death. The Mother coming up, and missing one of her sons, inquired of his brothers what had become of him. "He is dead, dear Mother; for just now a very huge beast with four great feet came to the pool and crushed him to death with his cloven heel." The Frog, puffing herself out, inquired, "if the beast was as big as that in size." "Cease, Mother, to puff yourself out," said her son, "and do not be angry; for you would, i assure you, sooner burst than successfully imitate the hugeness of that monster."
  • Then i started to think. If it were several years ago, if it were before Turkeys rapid transformation, most probably Turkish citizens would have hesitated to protest also. We are learning to look for our rights, at least at the door to a plane.
  • "But above all," added Prince Andrew, "I have grown used to my regiment, am fond of the officers, and i fancy the men also like me. i should be sorry to leave the regiment. If i decline the honor of being with you, believe me..."
  • "No, you're right, all too soon you'll go the way of so many others. If i can depend on nothing else, i can rely on that."
  • The thought of being elsewhere brought our newest crisis to mind, and i realized that it was very likely i wouldn't have to worry about Britney, Alec, or Brandon for very much longer.
  • "You pain me, my son. i trust you will return from Australia in a position of affluence. i believe there is no society of any kind in the Colonies ¬¬ nothing that i would call society ¬¬ so when you have made your fortune, you must come back and assert yourself in London."
  • "That's actually one of the benefits of my condition. i don't actually need normal amounts of sleep. An hour or two per night is usually more than enough."
  • Thus, i personally would like to take this opportunity to welcome this concurrent accession of the roc and the prc.
  • She was talking her gargly way, as usual, and i looked at her and thought how pretty she was and how i didn't like her voice one good damn's worth, and i suddenly thought of something and got curious. i doubt that i would have had nerve enough to come out with it if i hadn't been a bit lightheaded from losing blood. i asked:
  • As much as this may sound like selfless advice from a renowned financier who simply wants what's best for America, in reality he's immune from almost all of it. As i discuss with Aaron Brown, Risk Manager at AQR, in the attached video, Buffett's do-as-I-say, not-as-I-do proposals seem to fit the criteria needed to be a patriotic millionaire.
  • My backpack creaked and groaned as i picked it up. Luckily most of my classes weren't moving as fast as I'd expected. i was far enough ahead i could start picking a few subjects and working on them every night instead of bringing home my entire locker every day.
  • "Neither do I," he murmured. "Not all of society is an Earl or Duke. There are merchants, doctors, and a dozen mere Sirs, whom i have some acquaintance with. i have attended races, belonged to Gyms and gambled with many. i wouldnt call them chums, though some men condescend to share my company."
  • It wasn't until i was back at my locker and midway between switching out my History book for my Physics notes, that i finally realized what it was. Normal Juniors didn't sit at a lunch table and figure out what to do about anything. They complained, they gossiped, they boasted about what they were going to do, but it was all just an exercise designed to reinforce the social order. I'd seen it played out in multiple grades, among groups ranging from the jocks down to the lunatic fringe, and while the details changed, the overall form didn't. It was a universal constant, like the speed of light or maybe gravity.
  • "There's no need to talk! He receives his orders and will marry you or anybody; but you are free to choose.... Go to your room, think it over, and come back in an hour and tell me in his presence: yes or no. i know you will pray over it. Well, pray if you like, but you had better think it over. Go! Yes or no, yes or no, yes or no!" he still shouted when the princess, as if lost in a fog, had already staggered out of the study.
  • "That's always the way," thought Countess Mary. "He talks to everyone except me. i see... i see that i am repulsive to him, especially when i am in this condition." She looked down at her expanded figure and in the glass at her pale, sallow, emaciated face in which her eyes now looked larger than ever.
  • It didn't seem possible he was talking to me, that anyone so gorgeous could mean something like that about me. i opened my mouth, maybe to laugh the comment off, or otherwise hedge my bets against the humiliation and inevitable mocking laughter. Whatever it was I'd intended on saying evaporated away the instant he reached out and slowly slid his finger down the side of my face.
  • "It is. That is the reason why, like Eve, they are so excessively anxious to get out of it," said Lord Henry. "Good-bye, Uncle George. i shall be late for lunch, if i stop any longer. Thanks for giving me the information i wanted. i always like to know everything about my new friends, and nothing about my old ones."
  • Never in my life have i seen such a sight. The man's face peeled off under the sponge like the bark from a tree. Gone was the coarse brown tint! Gone, too, was the horrid scar which had seamed it across, and the twisted lip which had given the repulsive sneer to the face! A twitch brought away the tangled red hair, and there, sitting up in his bed, was a pale, sad-faced, refined-looking man, black-haired and smooth-skinned, rubbing his eyes and staring about him with sleepy bewilderment. Then suddenly realising the exposure, he broke into a scream and threw himself down with his face to the pillow.
  • Now i did frown at him. "I think my mind's going to explode if i look at my Biology book even just one more time this weekend. Other than that things are great."
  • "This is what you must do," said Boris. "I will do the honors of the camp to you. You will see everything best from where Count Bennigsen will be. i am in attendance on him, you know; I'll mention it to him. But if you want to ride round the position, come along with us. We are just going to the left flank. Then when we get back, do spend the night with me and we'll arrange a game of cards. Of course you know Dmitri Sergeevich? Those are his quarters," and he pointed to the third house in the village of Gorki.
  • I am less moved by the argument of libertarian Second Amendment absolutists, that guns protect citizens from the imposition of tyrannical rule, because i havent seen a reason to fear domestic tyranny, and, really -- the government has drones and Apache helicopters and nuclear weapons. Handguns and semi-automatic rifles will not be of great help.
  • Later that day, i took a 99 bus from Eminönü up the Haliç towards Balat to go to the launching of the Renault Mgane sedan. Commuters packed the bus, and one man told me to stand by the door, that it would be easier to get off as Balat would come up soon. The event itself slowed traffic, so it took longer than he thought. At the Unkapanı bridge junction an elderly man at the bus stop directed the driver to the curb then got on at my door, the middle one.
  • "A delightful voice, certainly," continued the Frog; "I hope you will come over to the duck-pond. i am off to look for my daughters. i have six beautiful daughters, and i am so afraid the Pike may meet them. He is a perfect monster, and would have no hesitation in breakfasting off them. Well, good-bye: i have enjoyed our conversation very much, i assure you."
  • I said i was glad to meet Mr. Wendel and Lester put his glasses back on and scurried around and got chairs. i introduced him to Wendel, saw the doubtful look Wendel gave him, and let Lester do the explaining, which he always does. Lester said:
  • "However, i think General Kutuzov has come out," said Prince Andrew. "I wish you good luck and success, gentlemen!" he added and went out after shaking hands with Dolgorukov and Bilibin.
  • `Every place is immoral,' he said. `Of course you do find spicy bits in Paris. Go to one of the students' balls, for instance. That's lively, if you like, when the cocottes begin to let themselves loose. You know what they are, i suppose?'
  • "I did not know. It was only to-day that i spoke to Major Prendergast about my troubles and was advised by him to come to you."
  • Enumerate exactly where i was coming from: creating a datatype with no legal values by enumerating only illegal values.
  • "Get him in shape to dig up some dough. That's all i ask. Wendel is going to want bail money and i don't want to get in touch with New York for it. Joey can dig it up in less time. This is going to break damned soon."
  • "Never mind," said Holmes, laughing; "it is my business to know things. Perhaps i have trained myself to see what others overlook. If not, why should you come to consult me?"
  • "I told her to get her duds on and come along and damned if she didn't fold up. If she's got a bad heart I'll crucify that doctor, so help me i will."
  • "Then, pray, sit down, and let us hear it for there are several points on which i must confess that i am still in the dark."
  • "I am sorry to have had to wake you up, Francis," he said, stepping in; "but i had forgotten my latch-key. What time is it?"
  • "‘Tun me loose, of i kick de natal stuffinouten you,’ sez Brer Rabbit, sezee; but de Tar-Baby she aint sayinnuthin’. She des hilt on, en den Brer Rabbit lose de use er his feet in de same way. Brer Fox he lay low. Den Brer Rabbit squall out dat ef de Tar-Baby dont tunim loose he butter crank-sided. En den he butted, en his head got stuck. Den Brer Fox he santered fort’, lookindes ez innercent ez wunner yomammys mockin’-birds.
  • "Ah, my boy, my head's in a whirl!" said the old man with a smile, as if he felt a little confused before his son. "Now, if you would only help a bit! i must have singers too. i shall have my own orchestra, but shouldn't we get the gypsy singers as well? You military men like that sort of thing."
  • Mrs. Tiggs seemed to have read whatever memo Mrs. Sorenson had been working off of earlier. She started out the hour by asking me a question i was positive wasn't in any of the chapters I'd ever read.
  • "Rubbish, nonsense, humbug!" exclaimed Nicholas, and he thought: "How charming this Natasha of mine is! i have no other friend like her and never shall have. Why should she marry? We might always drive about together!"
  • We take off early the next morning. i grab a coffee at the gas station and sip it as the Minnesota landscape rolls by. Early afternoon, the forests and lakes are replaced with rolling pasture, which then flattens out into prairie field. Then, were entering Moorhead, where we lived so long ago. Theres the motel where Scott worked.
  • I reached into the dancing pool of light at my feet and smiled as my cupped hands came away filled with water that lit up my palms. i couldn't imagine anything more surreal. i might have stayed there for hours if the barest whisper of sound hadn't distracted me.
  • After seeing Vincent's 'accident', and knowing he'd probably been trying to kill or at least seriously injure Ben just for the fun of it, i couldn't really argue with Alec. Rachel seemed relatively unfazed by the idea of bodyguards, but i wasn't especially excited about yet another point of difference between me and everyone else. Still, school was both better and worse than expected. As Alec had intimated, the day started out with a trip to the office. Not just me, not even just me and Alec. The entire pack trooped into the room, filling it with impeccably dressed, mostly gorgeous, shape shifters, who gave off a perceptible tingle of energy if you knew what to look for.
  • My Spanish-looking gal said: "My God, man! Will this happen wherever we go?" and i almost liked her then. Lester was fumbling around with his glasses, too excited to put them on and blind as a bat without them. i put them on for him and we started for the door. Rucci got in the way, just as we got to the door between the back room and dance floor and the bar, and i straight-armed him out of the way. He went whirling back and we got in the bar proper.
  • Morgen wakes us up on Christmas morning, squealing in delight that "Santa came!" Scott makes us coffee on the stove and brings me a cup in bed before we climb down the ladder and gather around the tree. We each dig into our stockings and admire all the things. From mine i pull out hand lotion, gum, lip balm, fuzzy socks, and chocolate. Scott and i smile at each other and i whisper "Thank You" when I'm sure Morgens not listening. Morgen shows us each item she pulls out as though its the most precious thing in the world. We watch and revel in the joy and wonder we see on her face. Bright light streams in through the tall windows, casting a warm glow on the room. Snow falls gently down outside and our fire burns quietly, keeping us warm and cozy inside.
  • "`No,' returned the man, `they have more money. You are poor; i see that plainly. You cannot be even a curate. Are you really a cure? Ah, if the good God were but just, you certainly ought to be a cure!'
  • MPodracky is scaling back on stocks to stay in line with asset-allocation targets. "I'm into the second year of my retirement at age 60, and my stock allocation has grown to 55%. So, i am currently cutting it back to maintain my target of 50% stocks/40% bonds and 10% cash/short term reserves."
  • "I cannot come to visit you but is it possible that i shall never see you? i love you madly. Can i never...?" and, blocking her path, he brought his face close to hers.
  • Specifically, i spent some time searching the latest SEC filings to see just how much cash some major techs have in overseas bank accounts where it's not subject to U.S. taxes.
  • He stayed in and i drifted up to the place and in. There was a young fellow back of the bar that i couldn't remember seeing before and two customers that looked as though they hadn't been home the night before. They were up to the bar arguing with the bartender about whether they'd been in the place the night before and he was telling them, patiently, that he hadn't the least idea; that he hadn't been on duty. He sounded as though he didn't care, one way or the other. i went on past and he gave me an incurious look and just nodded. Joey and Lester were in the back booth and i sat down and Joey said:
  • When Emperor Susenyos i converted to Roman Catholicism in 1624, years of revolt and civil unrest followed resulting in thousands of deaths. The Jesuit missionaries had offended the Orthodox faith of the local Ethiopians, and on 25 June 1632 Susenyos's son, Emperor Fasilides, declared the state religion to again be Ethiopian Orthodox Christianity, and expelled the Jesuit missionaries and other Europeans.
  • In all nations, the government's share of GDP increased, surpassing fifty percent in both Germany and France and nearly reaching that level in Britain. To pay for purchases in the United States, Britain cashed in its extensive investments in American railroads and then began borrowing heavily on Wall Street. President Wilson was on the verge of cutting off the loans in late 1916, but allowed a great increase in U.S. government lending to the Allies. After 1919, the U.S. demanded repayment of these loans. The repayments were, in part, funded by German reparations, which, in turn, were supported by American loans to Germany. This circular system collapsed in 1931 and the loans were never repaid. In 1934, Britain owed the US $4.4 billion of World War i debt.
  • Ray leads us to several empty cabins. He walks up, opens the door, and stands aside so Scott and i can step in. Theyre all new and plush, with stone countertops and stainless steel appliances. We take a quick walk around each one, nodding our heads and offering polite comments: "beautiful," and "oh, nice."
  • Please Monsieur Paul, i beg you ....’ she breathed, as he stared stubbornly back at her, feeling his resistance begin to weaken, and then, against all reason, logic and sound judgement he felt himself open his hand and accept the crystal into his palm.
  • Scott makes soup to go along with it. He chops carrots and celery, zucchini and cauliflower, and then uses the scraps to boil into a stock. As it simmers, i walk through the cabin, straightening and contemplating. The living room is lightly decorated with books, candles, and Morgens hand-drawn pictures. i pull a photo album from the shelf and flip through the candid shots that tell the story of our years together: our marriage, Scotts graduation, our different apartments and houses, my degrees, Morgen. The pictures capture moment after moment of Morgens happiness.
  • Since writing the above i have been able to source a suitable phosphor bronze rod of diameter 1 1/8 inches from classic marine.
  • Indeed, i am eternally grateful to the Muhammedan Being (PBUH) for the assistance and consolation which touched that situation at that time, only a single instance of the boundless effulgence of that Light for me, like for all believers and everyone.
  • What scotland has i want, tho i have a shrewd suspicion that the forthcoming government white paper will give us much less.
  • Cassie's arsenal of nasty tricks wouldn't be so effective against someone who'd already been kicked out of their house and moved to another state. All i really needed to do was survive the next few minutes. I'd be out of the state before she really got busy making my life miserable.
  • With a sigh of frustration, i walked into Physics, smiled at Mrs. Alexander, and took my normal seat. i could pretty much set my watch by Alec's arrival. Apparently it wasn't cool to be caught inside a classroom more than fifteen seconds before the bell rang.
  • A Walnut-Tree standing by the roadside bore an abundant crop of fruit. For the sake of the nuts, the passers-by broke its branches with stones and sticks. The Walnut-Tree piteously exclaimed, "O wretched me! that those whom i cheer with my fruit should repay me with these painful requitals!"
  • "Can one be well while suffering morally? Can one be calm in times like these if one has any feeling?" said Anna Pavlovna. "You are staying the whole evening, i hope?"
  • No one in the house sent people about or gave them as much trouble as Natasha did. She could not see people unconcernedly, but had to send them on some errand. She seemed to be trying whether any of them would get angry or sulky with her; but the serfs fulfilled no one's orders so readily as they did hers. "What can i do, where can i go?" thought she, as she went slowly along the passage.
  • "Adri, honey, are you sure this is a good idea? i haven't gotten on the charter plane yet, there's still time to call this off if you're uneasy about being alone for so long."
  • A minute passes, then another. i stare down into the water. My mind is swirling with thoughts, ideas, possibilities, and impossibilities. We could go back and grab Morgen and just move here anyway. Hope to find another job. But thats so uncertain. That would be like what we did in Portland, moving without any security. i cant do that to my family. i hear voices and turn to see a couple walking down the dock toward us. They look about our age and for a second i wonder if i might know them. But i dont. Theyre just two strangers.
  • If history dealt only with external phenomena, the establishment of this simple and obvious law would suffice and we should have finished our argument. But the law of history relates to man. A particle of matter cannot tell us that it does not feel the law of attraction or repulsion and that that law is untrue, but man, who is the subject of history, says plainly: i am free and am therefore not subject to the law.
  • "Wait--just a word! When he has been transferred to the Guards..." she faltered. "You are on good terms with Michael Ilarionovich Kutuzov... recommend Boris to him as adjutant! Then i shall be at rest, and then..."
  • I took all the time i needed to make sure and let go at the second man of the three. He was all i could see, at the time, but during the second it took me to get him centered right and squeeze the trigger, i heard a little gun go off three times and a damned big one crash once. The little gun sounded like a kid's cap pistol against the noise of the cannon. My own gun's recoil threw my hand up but the second man of the three was out of the picture. i was sure of it. I'd seen his shoulders lined up against the front sight just as i shot and knew he was all through. i saw the one that had managed to get out of the booth down on the floor, saw MacIntosh still standing in the doorway, and then shouted at the third man: "Drop it, you dope!"
  • I said: "Nuts! i just felt sorry for the kid. i picked him up on the highway. He was hitch-hiking and i brought him in with me. i didn't want the poor devil to starve. I'm softhearted, Kewpie."
  • It took several seconds for my eyes to adjust, and then i started being able to pick out individual shapes in the darkness. Alec set me down as Vincent appeared, a towering, furred figure illuminated by the light of the flares that'd been planted on either side of the cleared space. His dark eyes drank in the light as he surveyed us with his typical boundless arrogance.
  • If the commanders had been guided by reason, it would seem that it must have been obvious to Napoleon that by advancing thirteen hundred miles and giving battle with a probability of losing a quarter of his army, he was advancing to certain destruction, and it must have been equally clear to Kutuzov that by accepting battle and risking the loss of a quarter of his army he would certainly lose Moscow. For Kutuzov this was mathematically clear, as it is that if when playing draughts i have one man less and go on exchanging, i shall certainly lose, and therefore should not exchange. When my opponent has sixteen men and i have fourteen, i am only one eighth weaker than he, but when i have exchanged thirteen more men he will be three times as strong as i am.
  • Both Joey Free and Wendel said that this was an understatement. Both the Gahagan wench and i were laughing. i said: "And what then?"
  • My pulse was already almost twice as fast as normal, and the room was just starting to wobble from side to side. Rachel was saying something, but i couldn't really hear her. The void was gaping below me, when something grabbed my shoulder and shook me surprisingly hard.
  • It was a thought pretty much guaranteed to stifle a conversation, but i managed a smile. "Only you would come back dripping in sweat and say you took it easy."
  • In a candlelit near-darkness i sat nonchalantly trying not to shiver, on my insulated granite chair and spooned invisible hot veggie burger gruel.
  • "Oh, no, no! i want the doctor's advice and help, too. It's about Isa. He has not been home for two days. i am so frightened about him!"
  • Barney jerked his head and said: "Yeah!" again. Crandall called down: "Tell 'em to turn around so i can see who it is. i can guess now."
  • "Whatre you doing?" Scott demands. When i tell him Im e-mailing my professors, he laughs and says Im way too dedicated. "Who else but you would be thinking about school at a time like this?"
  • In my evidence to the defense committee, i put forward two possible scenarios for the near future - accelerated proliferation or sustainable nonproliferation.
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