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  • Although Vane tried hard to recapture his moment in the sun, advancing age and displays of desperation only made him look foolish. His mind crashed, and with it his health. And one particularly bumpy day he handed the reins to Karl, the Austrian fullback who had served him, with loyalty and with love, for almost forty years. Those many years ago, John had been standing at knifepoint in Kapfenberg when Karl, hobbling from a tavern on his career-ending shattered ankle, decided to take out his self-pity on a completely surprised pair of muggers, breaking the face of one and rearranging the spine of the other. One of those inexplicable friendships soon blossomed, and Karl and John eventually grew inseparable. And so great became Karls love for John that John needed merely speak it for Karl to make it so. Therefore, throughout Vanes later deterioration, those lavish displays meant to impress the world continued to accumulate, and with a growing accent on the bizarre.
  • Beachfront apartment on cinnamon island, an unspoiled hideaway on the spanish algarve just 10 minutes from portugal.
  • "While this is the case in the developed world where governments are reducing funding, in developing nations the number of taxonomists is actually on the rise.
  • The old man rose through the darkness inch by inch, his fingers wriggling on the cold marble sink like maggots on hot china.
  • "There, you see, mon cher! I expect you know that Messrs. Speranski and Magnitski have been deported to their proper place. Mr. Klyucharev has been treated in the same way, and so have others who on the plea of building up the temple of Solomon have tried to destroy the temple of their fatherland. You can understand that there are reasons for this and that I could not have exiled the Postmaster had he not been a harmful person. It has now come to my knowledge that you lent him your carriage for his removal from town, and that you have even accepted papers from him for safe custody. I like you and don't wish you any harm and--as you are only half my age- I advise you, as a father would, to cease all communication with men of that stamp and to leave here as soon as possible."
  • This is obviously very significant for people on the contraceptive pill or the blood-thinning drug warfarin, who are at risk of a stroke.
  • Tell that to the jaguar workers in coventry who are being thrown on the scrapheap by multinational profiteer ford.
  • The climbers on the everest west ridge team will use a new system that consists of a device called a nasal cannula.
  • Vane was silent for a minute, watching the dumb interplay of images on the screen. "Well, for starters my life is nowhere near as interesting as yours. I live in a great big house with a whole lot of people I dont really know, and nothing much ever happens." He was struck by the accuracy of this little revelation. "Except for today. My father died and everybody moved out."
  • And the molineux clash is also likely to come too soon for left-back stuart giddings who is on the way back from knee troubles.
  • Pennyd your flying special report that tells new and old pilots how they can fund their flight training for pennies on the dollar.
  • "I saw that," Wildfeather said. "You guys go ahead and laugh all you want. But youre gonna be yukking it up on the outside. You too, Mackaw. Until I give the go-ahead, you three are stationed back here. Willard, you and Barnes watch my back. Keep a sharp lookout for rabid Mau Maus, and if you see any suspiciously pregnant-looking Eritrean hausfraus, well, you just make sure you shoot first and ask questions later. Mackaw, Im depending on you to record every mind-blowing moment of the madness while Im gone. Its your job to save for posterity what only your genius can define. If you dont see me again, give my regrets to Broadway."
  • Of course the other big moneymaker riding on the back of this system is the use of private security firms to vet employees.
  • "Yeah, we swipe patron ID cards if we're suspicious that they're fake or if we're just plain suspicious, like yours, for instance. Most states have mag strips on the back with a lot of data, sometimes even a JPEG of the picture. We store the data for a few days."
  • "This place is a bit more than meets the eye. You saw the dance club downstairs but on the upper floors, it's an office building. I have my own computer operation here. We do a lot of non-public research and development. The bar is sort of a hobby and a cover."
  • "A little bird is found which is not common, for it is not found on the mainland. One sees it on the islet au Mt , which is to the south of the main island, and I believe it keeps to that islet on account of the birds of prey which are on the mainland, as also to feed with more facility on the eggs of the fishing birds which feed there, for they feed on nothing else but eggs or turtles dead of hunger, which they well know how to tear out of their shells. These birds are a little larger than a blackbird , and have white plumage, part of the wings and tail black, the beak yellow as well as the feet, and make a wonderful warbling. I say a warbling, since they have many and altogether different notes. We brought up some with cooked meat, cut up very small, which they eat in preference to seed."
  • "I am optimistic that we can continue to work together to avert this crisis sooner rather than later," the Ohio Republican told reporters. "We (Republicans) put revenue on the table as long as it is accompanied by serious spending cuts to avert this crisis."
  • Infosys, a Bangalore, India-based consulting firm, became ineligible to remain in the Nasdaq-100 after it decided to move the listing for its American Depositary Shares to NYSE. The company said in a Nov. 30 statement that switching to NYSE Euronext (NYX)’s Big Board would help it reach European investors. The company will begin trading on the NYSE on Dec. 12.
  • Last week he sold his 5-year and 7-year Italian government debt, bought at yields of 6-7 percent in July, banking a profit of more than 350 bps in the process. He is unwilling to gamble such gains on the hope of a seamless, market-friendly result.
  • In 2011, the State Legislature passed the FAIR Education Act, making California the first state to enforce the teaching of LGBT history and social sciences in the public school curriculum, while also prohibiting educational discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.
  • This made the magazine stand out from alternative titles on the shelf, but had the side effect of looking slightly childish.
  • It wasn't until I had my hand on the doorknob that I remembered Brandon's promise to pick me up. I was so tired I actually considered for a second that he might have been serious. Sitting in his car, fighting not to look at his smiling gray eyes, it'd all seemed so reasonable. I'd lost my ride and he was grateful I'd saved him from having to interfere with Cassie, so he was going to become my personal chauffeur for the rest of the year.
  • The research by Wright and Susan Neuman from the University of Michigan comes on the heels of a National Assessment of Educational Progress report that showed poor and minority students struggle with vocabulary achievement. Low vocabulary scores were associated with low reading comprehension scores on the NAEP test.
  • Whether Kutuzov was thinking of something entirely different when he spoke those words, or uttered them purposely, knowing them to be meaningless, at any rate Rostopchin made no reply and hastily left him. And strange to say, the Governor of Moscow, the proud Count Rostopchin, took up a Cossack whip and went to the bridge where he began with shouts to drive on the carts that blocked the way.
  • "Okay, here's the Soundex match. Names from your file first with asterisks, my spelling indented on the second line," as she sends the second file as before.
  • That depends what kinda hit youre after, .... you wanna nice, giggly high, we got some great Thai weed, some Durban poison, or some wowi Malawi,’ he paused, noting her lack of reaction, ‘or, if you wanna get really monged, you know what I mean,’ he gestured with a thumb towards a couple Elodie had not previously noticed, slumped in a corner on a sofa, a tubular, plastic water pipe on the table between them, ‘we got some opiated, Nepalese temple balls, thats some shit!’ he grinned.
  • The pinnacles are covered with life, from the kelp canopy at the top down to the burrowing anemones on the silty bottom.
  • You will require two good days of fine weather to attempt the traverse including one overnight bivouac on the ridge.
  • At the club, there is an imperceptible dimming as one of the P&W jets immediately scrambles into action. on the screen, they can see the flywheel in the basement spinning as before but now numerous lights and panels on one of the jets have sprung to life. Todd's status display comes to life as many bar graphs and icons suddenly appear. Needles leap from their idle position on several dials into ranges underlain with green.
  • Not only are they fully animated, but they are also based on the computer-generated imagery found in the film.
  • The fine care and amenities at the Swamis home had quickly revived Vajraninads health. Early morning each morning the two friends took long walks by the river Barak. Then they sat at a tea stall for their first cup of tea. Then they came home to a sumptuous breakfast. They had naps after the soporific noon rice. There was elaborate afternoon tea. Friends visited in the evening. The plans for a new ashram on the road to Hailakandi were taking shape. Life was methodical for Vajraninad. But his heart did not heal at all. Those eyes did not give him a single moment of peace. His will to leave did not return. He was a sad, sad presence through all of the above.
  • No woman in the first 20 weeks of pregnancy should have rubella diagnosed on the basis of a positive rubella diagnosed on the basis of a positive rubella-specific igm alone.
  • We got them outside and to his car. He had a sedan, with a coat rail on the back of the front seat, and he cuffed them together so the coat rail had the cuffs over it. Montez's right hand was below the rail and Seitz's left was over it. He said then, to me: "Go on back and get some sleep. I can take 'em over alone, as well as not."
  • A man with an American accent telephoned Guy Duggleby the following morning to ask him to be in his flat and available at lunchtime. When Guy called Bob Kane to pass on the message, a slightly breathless woman answered the telephone by saying, "Digame?" to prove that she had just returned from a Spanish holiday.
  • We had the guy fawkes to put on the top and roast potatoes and treacle toffee and things all sorts of things.
  • Now it was Roland's turn to meet challengers. He watched a knight with a red and blue shield ride into the lists and listened to the name announced by the heralds. From Salisbury? An English knight? Then Roland saw the red cross on the challenger's surcoat. He must be one of that English troop pledged to join Louis's crusade.
  • "Sure, But let me check on a few things first," says Lance as he scrutinizes the crowd below looking for any signs of trouble. Pulling out his cell phone, he pages several of his security people. They all report just a normal blizzard crowd, all planning to make an all-nighter of it, as usual. He tells them to be on the lookout for trouble makers and to be a little bit extra watchful tonight. There may be some extra people who might cause problems. Checking on the status of the cots, blankets and so forth, he has one of the guys double check the motor generator in case the power fails. At these temperatures, the place would very quickly drop below freezing if there were no power to run the heating system.
  • Kate ate. She did it because she had not been eating in the mornings, and having only tea at noon, and a very rushed and light dinner. She watched him go to the low fire and stand there with his hand on the mantle, obviously in some muse,
  • The next day, although Manette rejoices in having saved Darnays life, Lucie remains terrified for her husband. Later that afternoon, she reports hearing footsteps on the stairs, and soon a knock comes at the door. Four soldiers enter and re-arrest Darnay. Manette protests, but one of the soldiers reminds him that if the Republic demands a sacrifice from him, he must make that sacrifice. Manette asks one of the soldiers to give the name of Darnays accuser. Though it is against the law to divulge such information, the soldier replies that he is carrying out the arrest according to statements made by Defarge, Madame Defarge, and one other individual. When Manette asks for the identity of this third person, the soldier replies that Manette will receive his answer the next day.
  • A deepening confrontation with China over the islands is the last thing Japan needs. Part of the reason its economy is in the doldrums is the disputes impact on Japans $340 billion trading relationship with China. Despite his hawkish talk and provisions in the LDPs manifesto calling for Japan to station personnel on the islands and increase patrols, Abes work to mend relations with China during his term in office six years ago offers a better model for moving forward.
  • The modernization drive brought considerable demographic changes to Algeria. Village traditions underwent significant change as urbanization increased. New industries emerged and agricultural employment was substantially reduced. Education was extended nationwide, raising the literacy rate from less 10% to over 60%. Fertility rates had been consistently among the highest in the world. Therefore by 1980, there was a very youthful population and a housing crisis. The new generation struggled to relate to the cultural obsession with the war years and two conflicting protest movements developed: communists, including Berber identity movements; and Islamic intgristes. Both groups protested against one-party rule but also clashed with each other in universities and on the streets during the 1980s. Mass protests from both camps in autumn 1988 forced Bendjedid to concede the end of one-party rule.
  • Time-lapse photography recorded the process, showing the building in a way that it never existed on the ground.
  • Yields on the U.K.'s benchmark 10-year bonds, which are seen as a safe haven during uncertainty, fell during Wednesday's Autumn Statement. The yield ended the day at 1.77 percent and record lows have been achieved since May, but Nigel Green CEO of the Devere Group is wary that Osborne's direction could be negative in the longer term.
  • Norway enjoys many music festivals throughout the year, all over the country. Norway is the host of one of the world's biggest Extreme sport festivals with music; Ekstremsportvekoa festival held annually in Voss. Oslo is the host of many festivals, such as: yafestivalen and by:Larm. Oslo used to have a summerparade similar to the German Love Parade. In 1992 the city of Oslo wanted to adopt the French music festival "Fte de la Musique". Fredrik Carl Strmer established the festival. Even in its first year, "Musikkens Dag" gathered thousands of people and artists in the streets of Oslo. "Musikkens Dag" is now renamed "Musikkfest Oslo. Norway also have a festival named trnafestivalen each year on the island Trna.
  • Economic autarky would bring about higher interest rates, too, which could impact on the growing national debt across the atlantic.
  • Physics is a branch of fundamental science, not practical science. Physics is also called "the fundamental science" because the subject of study of all branches of natural science like chemistry, astronomy, geology and biology are constrained by laws of physics. For example, chemistry studies properties, structures, and reactions of matter (chemistry's focus on the atomic scale distinguishes it from physics). Structures are formed because particles exert electrical forces on each other, properties include physical characteristics of given substances, and reactions are bound by laws of physics, like conservation of energy, mass and charge.
  • "I have no doubt it was not an accident, Dorian, though it must be put in that way to the public. It seems that as she was leaving the theatre with her mother, about half-past twelve or so, she said she had forgotten something upstairs. They waited some time for her, but she did not come down again. They ultimately found her lying dead on the floor of her dressing-room. She had swallowed something by mistake, some dreadful thing they use at theatres. I don't know what it was, but it had either prussic acid or white lead in it. I should fancy it was prussic acid, as she seems to have died instantaneously."
  • This is not accomplished by introducing some "new axiom" to quantum mechanics, but on the contrary, by removing the axiom of the collapse of the wave packet. All of the possible consistent states of the measured system and the measuring apparatus (including the observer) are present in a real physical - not just formally mathematical, as in other interpretations - quantum superposition. Such a superposition of consistent state combinations of different systems is called an entangled state.
  • Hawksworth startled awake and was reaching for his sword before he saw the swarthy little man, incongruous in a white swath of a skirt and a Portuguese doublet, nervously shaking his arm. The man pulled back in momentary surprise, then dropped his cloth medicine bag on the floor and began to carefully fold a large red umbrella. Hawksworth noted he wore no shoes on his dusty feet.
  • The clinic is run by Suresh Kumar, whom the villagers call doctor. He isnt. He has a degree in biomedical engineering from the University of Lucknow, a sign in English says on the back of a door. When asked about his degree, Kumar said the sign was mistaken, and that his degree was from a local institute that lost its accreditation.
  • The crowd slowly calms down and mills about. Furious canaries sternly perched on the balconies and rafters above chatter angrily. The security guards disarm the remaining exit alarms and holler to the people outside to get in out of the cold. Many return through the exits out through which they only moments ago fled. Now they rush back in, not wanting to miss the excitement. Anyway, they figure, David always puts them up for the night if there's a real problem. As calm returns, a few brave birds descend to fetch nuts and mingle with the friendly crowd.
  • He leads them to the left into the dining room. The house is the traditional four-square design found in farms throughout the prairies. The farmer flips on the overhead art deco chandelier and unfolds the map as his wife joins them with a tray with a coffee pot, cups, cream, sugar and a plate of sugar cookies that she's recently baked. She sets the tray out and says, "Help yourselves, boys."
  • The lower point is chosen because the transition state wanted is the highest point on the lowest energy path connecting reactants to products.
  • Because retirement spending habits vary so widely, many financial advisers frown on the traditional rule of thumb that you need 70 to 80 percent of your pre-retirement income to maintain your lifestyle. If you reach retirement and find that was a bad guesstimate, "you may quickly find yourself looking for work," says Tim Steffen, director of financial planning for Baird Private Wealth Management in Milwaukee.
  • However, that moment provided the wake-up call crystal palace needed, who soon turned up the heat on the visitors.
  • Wal-Mart operates on the premise that running its business on a low-cost basis leads to low prices for its 200 million weekly customers. The 50-year-old chain, founded by Sam Walton, now has more than 10,000 stores and its annual sales rose nearly 6 percent to $443.85 billion last year.
  • The medal was never issued without a bar and a mention in despatches is indicated by an oak leaf emblem on the ribbon.
  • On May 2nd and 3rd, I led workshops for Estonian investors on syndication, due diligence, valuation and the post-investment relationships with entrepreneurs for about 30 angel investors. Over dinner on the 3rd, I assisted these Estonian angels in a screening session with three entrepreneurs pitching interesting startups. These efforts were organized by Merit Imala and the Arengufond Estonian Development Fund team.
  • Plan to spend time on deck and on the bridge watching our powerful icebreaker at work and looking out for polar bears.
  • The conventional view is clear: College graduates on average earn substantially higher wages and experience lower unemployment rates than those without the degree. Our system of higher education is based on the view that college pays off.
  • This scenario is the unchanging theme of the coup plans we learn from the criminal cases against Ergenekon -- a clandestine organization nested within the state trying to overthrow or manipulate the democratically elected government -- the perpetrators of the Zirve massacre and the planners of the Balyoz (Sledgehammer) coup plan. Those who seek to overthrow the democratically elected government invariably use the same theme. The world of the coup perpetrators is restricted to the world of intrigue as portrayed in typical Yeşilçam movies, in which the bad guys prevent the poor man (the public) from marrying the rich woman (welfare and democracy). In this cinematographic world, the poor man is accused of killing -- or setting his sights on the wealth of -- the rich woman's father; and then, the rich woman has to marry the bad guy. What should the poor man do? Try to prove that he is not guilty, or lament losing his beloved?
  • We hold together evangelism and practical care, helping people on the physical, spiritual and emotional levels.
  • Mike sees the van with his would-be killers in the middle of the floor directly beneath the shop light. His old car is parked in a stall at the far end of the garage, Tom and Bob's car is next to it. David pulls his SUV to within a few feet of the van, the second SUV stops behind his. Lance gets out and walks over to a metal box mounted on the wall, pulls the cover open and flips some switches. More shop lights flicker on, dim at first in the cold but slowly getting brighter as the white tubes begin to warm up.
  • There is every reason to suppose, then, that the 13 chapters existed in the time of Ssu-ma Ch`ien practically as we have them now. That the work was then well known he tells us in so many words. "Sun Tzu's 13 Chapters and Wu Ch`i's Art of War are the two books that people commonly refer to on the subject of military matters. Both of them are widely distributed, so I will not discuss them here." But as we go further back, serious difficulties begin to arise. The salient fact which has to be faced is that the TSO CHUAN, the greatest contemporary record, makes no mention whatsoever of Sun Wu, either as a general or as a writer. It is natural, in view of this awkward circumstance, that many scholars should not only cast doubt on the story of Sun Wu as given in the SHIH CHI, but even show themselves frankly skeptical as to the existence of the man at all. The most powerful presentment of this side of the case is to be found in the following disposition by Yeh Shui-hsin: [17] --
  • As recently as 2000, brokers, banks and insurers dominated the rankings of global asset-management firms, accounting for six of the top 10 spots based on assets, according to data from trade publication Pensions & Investments. Today, they hold four of those positions as the balance shifted to BlackRock Inc. (BLK), Vanguard Group Inc. and Fidelity. The four banks and insurance companies on the list collectively have about $5.5 trillion in assets compared with more than $11 trillion for the rest.
  • O denier! To what workshop can you refer these stamps which can in no way be imitated, and the stamp of Eternal Besoughtedness which is on the totality?
  • Bugün's Vedat Bilgin believes Turkey has foiled the bloody games of the PKK by waging a determined and effective fight, which made today's negotiations possible. "The fact that Turkey understood the terrorist organization's strategy and cracked down on the Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK), an umbrella organization which encompasses the PKK, played a key role in this," he explains. In his view, the fact that Turkey's fight against the PKK has been so successful and the terrorist organization's own failure have brought the PKK to the negotiating table with the state.
  • They set up a business to not simply grow maize but speculate on the crops of their neighbors, storing the grain entrusted to them in a large barn specially built. All this they did on creditthe barn, the corn they contracted for, the wagons and horses that would carry it to market in Brylin many miles to the south. The basis of the scheme was to convey maize in quantities large enough to justify the haulage, always a costly burden for local growers. Further, by holding large amounts they could control the market to an extent, manipulating prices in their own favor.
  • The sign in the distance says DisountMart - Always Open. The car turns right into the massive but nearly empty parking lot before the sprawling flat roofed emporium. Great mountains of snow rise in the further ends, the work of many front loaders. Scattered around the lot and poking from the snow mountains are shopping carts blown by the wind and carried by the plows. A great cart coral has collapsed, a gust of wind catching its Put Your Carts Here sign and ripping it from its moorings. Its tubular frame lies flattened and collapsed on the snow packed pavement, its once captive carts have fled.
  • There is a genuine novelty that emerges with culture, now superimposed on the wild nature out of which humans once emerged.
  • If visas for highly -skilled workers were the only issue on the table, Democrats and Republicans could solve it fairly quickly. The GOP would need a little time to convince the staunchest conservatives to sign on. Democrats would have to win over unions, but that might not be too difficult because most science and engineering grads work in fields with few union jobs, anyway.
  • "I think you should name it Bouncer" threw in EB, neatly sending Tommy sliding on the deck. "It bounces all over the place."
  • Blood explodes in the truck cab. Jim pulls off a few more rounds into the truck's front tires which rupture. Huge straps of tire sail high into the air. Then he blows the front tires on the truck immediately behind them and takes out the rear tires on the trailer whose cab is next to them.
  • "Okay, on your feet, if you can still stand. Sorry about the arm, baby, Sean told me," says Mary as she gives Tom a peck on the cheek, the first attention he's had from a woman in quite a while, he thinks to himself.
  • Malawi has a low life expectancy and high infant mortality. There is a high prevalence of HIV/AIDS, which is a drain on the labor force and government expenditures. There is a diverse population of native peoples, Asians and Europeans, with several languages spoken and an array of religious beliefs. Although there was tribal conflict in the past, by 2008 it had diminished considerably and the concept of a Malawian nationality had begun to form. Malawi has a culture combining native and colonial aspects, including sports, art, dance and music.
  • Then he trod about for awhile on the ground comprised in the space between the tree and the heap of stones, like a person who is trying to assure himself that the soil has not recently been disturbed.
  • Deutsche Bank said yesterday it expects earnings will be "significantly" reduced in the fourth quarter by bigger losses from offloading riskier assets and higher restructuring costs. Deutsche Bank fell 2.7 percent in Frankfurt trading, heading for the first weekly decline in four and trimming the stocks advance this year on the 28-member Euro Stoxx Banks Index (SX7E) to 13 percent.
  • We regret we cannot accept any conditional bookings i.e. any booking which is specified to be conditional on the fulfillment of a particular request.
  • The Jin Dynasty took power over northern China and Kaifeng from the Song Dynasty, which moved its capital to Hangzhou (杭). The Southern Song Dynasty also suffered the humiliation of having to acknowledge the Jin Dynasty as formal overlords. In the ensuing years, China was divided between the Song Dynasty, the Jin Dynasty and the Tangut Western Xia. Southern Song experienced a period of great technological development which can be explained in part by the military pressure that it felt from the north. This included the use of gunpowder weapons, which played a large role in the Song Dynasty naval victories against the Jin in the Battle of Tangdao and Battle of Caishi on the Yangtze River in 1161. Furthermore, China's first permanent standing navy was assembled and provided an admiral's office at Dinghai in 1132, under the reign of Emperor Renzong of Song.
  • There was a hard change in the pursuing voices. The crowd halted abruptly, and a second later was pouring through the Yard after the slow flapping ghost. Mudhead burst retching onto a Street so dense with smoke it appeared fogbound. Overcome by fumes, he threw out his arms just as the howling mob came down on him. He was hauled to his feet. Mudhead promptly collapsed on his knees, was again pulled upright, and again collapsed. The shouting crowd scooped him up and roughly propelled him down the Street. Swooning, Mudhead was borne supine by his limbs; first as a limp bit of dragging backside, then as a cruciform slab high on the shoulders of the roaring tide. Burning leaves and branches rushed by above and on both sides, interlaced by shifting cords of smoke, as he was washed down a dark acrid tunnel to his doom. The blood beating in his head made that tunnel dilate and contract, made the mobs cries seesaw in his ears.
  • Vagaryas no longer dependent on the vagaries of the wind, or, in more ancient times, the strength of the oarsmen.
  • "'Here we are, Jack,' says he, touching me on the arm; 'we'll be as good as a family to you. There's two of us, me and my son, and you can have the keeping of us. If you don't--it's a fine, law-abiding country is England, and there's always a policeman within hail.'
  • This can be done on the basis of a per protocol calculation, using the numbers randomized at enriched enrollment.
  • "Well, Mr. Holmes, from the moment that I understood that there was something about that suite of rooms which I was not to know, I was all on fire to go over them. It was not mere curiosity, though I have my share of that. It was more a feeling of duty--a feeling that some good might come from my penetrating to this place. They talk of woman's instinct; perhaps it was woman's instinct which gave me that feeling. At any rate, it was there, and I was keenly on the lookout for any chance to pass the forbidden door.
  • The stream flows away to the left in a passage of roughly circular cross-section, having many gritstone boulders on the floor.
  • In the 1970s, much research focused on the abundances of iron group elements in the Sun. Although significant research was done, the abundance determination of some iron group elements (e.g., cobalt and manganese) was still difficult at least as far as 1978 because of their hyperfine structures.
  • A big operation was conducted in İstanbul and many people including lawyers were detained. Our conventional media organizations are putting the spotlight on the "detention of lawyers," but there is more to it. Suspects are accused of involvement in six armed attacks, killing three police officers and wounding six people. It is reported that the police entered the secret rooms of the DHKP/C and its new leader was detained. Of course, these are currently mere accusations. It is wrong to incriminate or acquit the suspects at this phase of an operation under which more than 50 people were detained. We should wait in anticipation and review the picture in the light of the evidence. There are many wolves disguised as sheep in this country, and dens of wolves tend to merge into the labyrinths of organizations.
  • "You might have a deceleration in rent growth but its still going to be very good," Weinberg said. "The other issue thats been weighing on the sector is the view that a recovery in housing means bad things for the apartment sector. Frankly, I believe they can coexist."
  • The thing was still seated in the chair, straining over the table with bowed head, and humped back, and long fantastic arms. Had it not been for the red jagged tear in the neck and the clotted black pool that was slowly widening on the table, one would have said that the man was simply asleep.
  • The Egyptian Islamists Coalition called on its supporters to also rally on Dec. 11 to support Mursis new decree and the referendum on the constitution, Al-Jazeera television reported.
  • "We believe a lower ability to beat earnings per share expectations, and some concerns on demand, may weigh on the stock near-term," said Credit Suisse, which cut its target price by $150 to $600.
  • Madame Magloire understood him, and went to get the two silver candlesticks from the chimney-piece in Monseigneur's bed-chamber, and placed them, lighted, on the table.
  • Skulked back to the antipodes ready, no doubt, to wreak havoc on the next unsuspecting poor soul he came upon.
  • The Parliament of Austria is located in Vienna, the country's largest city and capital. Austria became a federal, parliamentary, democratic republic through the Federal Constitution of 1920. The political system of the Second Republic with its nine states is based on the constitution of 1920 and 1929, which was reenacted on 1 May 1945. The head of state is the Federal President (Bundesprsident), who is directly elected by popular vote. The chairman of the Federal Government is the Federal Chancellor, who is appointed by the president. The government can be removed from office by either a presidential decree or by vote of no confidence in the lower chamber of parliament, the Nationalrat. Voting for the federal president and for the Parliament used to be compulsory in Austria, but this was abolished in steps from 1982 to 2004.
  • Buyers interested in short salesthat is, when homes sell for less than the owner owes on the mortgageare particularly vulnerable to erroneous pricing. And the error can begin when the property is first posted, says Brad Hunter, chief economist at Metrostudy, a housing market research and consulting firm. With short sales, sellers and their agents decide on an asking price for the home and then list it online. In making that decision, the sellers and agents often dont consult with the lender (usually a bank) to whom the outstanding loan is owed, even though the lender can prevent a sale from going through if the price isnt high enough. That means buyers who make offers on the propertyeven if its for the full asking pricemight not be able to get the home if the lender isnt satisfied with the price.
  • "We believe a lower ability to beat earnings per share expectations, and some concerns on demand, may weigh on the stock near-term," said Credit Suisse, which cut its target price by $150 to $600.
  • However, I must add that we are facing a systemic crisis, or more precisely, a transformation. What we call market sharing, many analysts prefer to describe as "currency wars," and this has been explained in the OECD's growth notes on the third quarter of 2012:
  • Temasek sold its 3.8 percent stake in Bank of America Corp. (BAC), which had bought Merrill Lynch, in the first quarter of 2009 at a loss that may have been $4.6 billion, based on the average share price in the period. Temasek has never detailed the size of the loss or of that on the sale of its stake in London-based Barclays.
  • He raised his square chin with pride. "I am almost a king. Attend, Nicolette - do you know that one of my forebears was one of the seven great barons who helped Hugues Capet seize the crown? That makes me a Peer of the Realm. Where do you think the King gets the right to rule? From the Peers of the Realm, the descendants of those seven barons who placed Louis's ancestor on the throne. Every time a new King is to be crowned, we must consent. Did you know that?"
  • "I'd just as soon rather not find out the hard way?" says Mark as he runs one of the straps from the floor on one side across the tops of the kegs to a fitting on the floor on the other and then securely tightens the strap. Next he threads another strap through the kegs' handles and through fittings on both walls of the van and tightens again.
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