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He will not be out-compassioned and will utter sweet nothings even as he pulls the switch on the electricchair.
The ad is set in an elementary-school (or whatever the British call elementary school) classroom, where the kids are engaged in a furious game of musicalchairs.
The obit pages report that William McChesney Martin, Jr., formerchair of the Federal Reserve, died on Tuesday.
Headed by an independentchair, Dr Arthur Grimes, SPEaR has a secretariat based at the Centre for Social Research and Evaluation (CSRE) at the Ministry of Social Development (MSD).
An endowedchair will greatly benefit the IU School of Dentistry.
But two recent innovations have ushered in a true golden age of obsessive book shopping: You can head over to a luxurious store such as Barnes & Noble, lounge in comfortablechairs, sip coffee, and listen to music while you contemplate your selections.
The pastChair of the Authority, Allan Mackey, resigned with effect from 5 October 2001 to take up a position on the United Kingdom Immigration Appeal Tribunal.
Taking her own version of luxury in an Henri III (1551-1589) straight-back woodenchair, Karen tightens her black toque and murmurs, "Marx doesn't see that in his symbolic exchanges primitive man (sic) does not gauge himself in relation to Nature.
- -Alan F. Reekie Get Out of Your Cocoon As a Eurocrat in my cubicle at the European Commission, sitting on the ergonomicchair I "borrowed" from a secretary when mine collapsed last year, I was wondering who got those plush suites with leather chairs that Gregg Easterbrook referred to in "I Have Seen the Future of Europe ...." Suddenly I got it: He is referring to the Council of Ministers, a separate institution where representatives of the 15 member states get together to make decisions (mostly on proposals by the Commission).
So much for my hitting up Time Warner for an ergonomically correct easychair.
Now there's a riff on You Only Live Twice (1967), now a hyperbolic parody of Thunderball (1965), now a piece of lame slapstick involving an electrical swivelchair.
The course ran down under the doublechair making for great spectator viewing especially on the HUGE gap jumps.
Apparently OSHA has ruled that people who work at home--even if it's just for a day to take care of a sick kid--have to be provided with all the workplace safety stuff that they'd get on the job--proper ventilation, ergonomically correctchairs, etc.
I sadly hope that it was not me that caused her such grief in the dentalchair because she had been my sister at the same school.
Empty bed, emptychairs, no Vincent, no Paul.
The Bloomfield is a chair with clean simple lines very suitable for use as an occasionalchair, bedroom chair etc.
Designed as a stackablechair, it succeeded a similar stackable chair produced before the war in Switzerland by Hans Coray.
Last year , the Trustees of the Indiana Dental Association approved a resolution to raise funds to build the endowment to $1 million, to fund a distinguishedchair at IUSD.
All forms of seating from reception, lounge, visitor, task and executivechairs are included in our range.
4 Ministers should ensure that this circular and the SSC board appointment guidelines referred to in paragraph 3 (including annexures) are made available to existingChairs, and new Chairs on appointment, of the Crown bodies within their portfolios.
At mealtimes, have an extrachair at the table to remind you of your unseen guest.
These are my favouritechairs, they're now in my office.
Far removed from the useful function of a firesidechair -having a coat thrown over it to keep the sitter warm... a coat thrown over a Mackintosh chair would probably have destroyed it.
Try this: sit in a firmchair, extend your legs and cross your ankles, with the right ankle on top.
He also conducted an independent review of the management structures of the New Zealand Police, and was deputychair of the Fire Services Commission.
Several palatial chambers and corridors in the 18 th century Hôtel Crillon were given over to the operation; they were packed with rows of goldenchairs leaving a serpentine passage for the parade, and surrounded by banks of lights and ranks of camerapeople.
Jomo Kenyatta, speech at the Kenya African Union Meeting at Nyeri, July 26, 1952 Sirens scream, paramedics and nurses bustle from station to station, patients awaken from nights spent on hardchairs to request attention: early morning is always busy at a hospital.
Wheelchair car has hydraulicchair lifts.
The only arms that fitted the brief at the time on competitivechairs seemed over-engineered and "visually cumbersome".
Another idea is to have the dinner with a few couples at a large table and then have everyone sit at individualchairs in a different area of the church hall during the talk.
This has a majority of professionals and a judicialchair appointed by the Minister.
Your studio apartment has a double bed, single bed, table and chairs and casualchairs.
Use a well-lit table or desk and sit in an uprightchair.
The outgoingChair moved a vote of thanks to Earl Mardle for all his work as Co-ordinator for the Trust.
A supersized fully paddedchair with the back ideally angled so you can put your feet up.
Franklin is the Jackie Robinson of historians: the first blackchair of an integrated history department and the first black president of the major American history associations.
In theory, John Hope Franklin is the perfectchair for an anodyne exercise in racial reconciliation.
Plasticchair, my eyes closed, my father walked in,he had his bag of laundry.
He commented: “I learned that it (Wilson's professorialchair) was at Saskatoon, a place of which I had never heard, and that his university was that of Saskatchewan, which was connected in my imagination with ochred and feathered Indians rather than with a university apparently half a century ahead of Cambridge in science and of Oxford in common sense.” (In 1914 Shaw had written that “high civilization is not compatible with the romance of the pioneer communities of Canada.”) After other introductory pleasantries Shaw confessed, “I had an axe of my own to grind; and I thought that Professor Wilson's book might help me to grind it.” And grind it he did, vigorously and garrulously.
AGM01-15 Members of Standing Committees and Working Groups will usually be recommended to Council by their respectivechairs and will be affirmed in position by resolution of the Council.
A smart, retrochair, ideal for those areas where space is a premium.
Low-ranking Baath member Muayid Ghadad, a security guard at a sewage plant, was sitting on a rustychair three weeks ago when two men pumped six bullets into his head and chest.
Have some full sizedchairs including one with low or no arms for breast-feeding mums.
These cabins contain full kitchen facilities and are very comfortable with carpets and softchairs.
If dog has trouble crawling, this can be down under someone's legs or under a solidchair or low agility table.
Penny Carnaby sought advice on a number of points and agreed that she would choose an alternativechair in due course.
The ruling came out of a 1997 lawsuit filed by condemned inmate Leo Alexander Jones, who argued that the electric chairwascruel and unusual punishment.
The Secretary noted that Bob Gray, Domainz Chairwasdue.
If a quorum was present, ratification is not required, but the Chairisreponsible for informing the absent members of the decisions of the meeting.
These chairsaresturdy and well suited to the busy clinic or home use and adjust for different body shapes and treatments.
There was some confusion about the process, and the election date (the Chairwasunprepared for the topic).