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June 21, 1999 Name Address City, ST Zip Dear , Do you remember the combination of elation and apprehension you felt when you first lefthome?
Background Patients with Alzheimer's disease experience a progressive cognitive loss leading to increasingly shorter periods during which they can safely be leftalone and to dependence on their caregivers for help with the activities of daily life [ 1 2 3 4 5 ] .
And that's leavingaside the race issues--until the next letter.
You can either fly on TAP/Air Portugal (15-minute flight) or take the ferry (which leavesdaily at 8am; Tel.
It is advisable that items dyed by these methods are leftovernight in a sealed plastic bag, to achieve fixation of the dyes.
Considering that the aircraft will be leftoutside when travelling away from home and could be subject to some fairly heavy rainfall I decided to make hole covers.
The Daschle proposal would have permitted abortions after viability if continuing the pregnancy posed a risk of "grievous harm" to the mother's health, a determination leftsolely to the doctor.
This can include agreement to carry leaveforward for specific purposes.
Which is particularly odd given the frequency with which Times readers are leftseriously confused about many of the paper's more significant alleged redemptions and original sins.
During war and peace alike in this feudal age, the Church and the aristocracy continued to claim their respective portions of the peasants’ labor, leavingbarely enough for subsistence.
Ask the camel driver to direct you to the still uncharted village of Kuldhara — uncharted because it was one of 84 villages abandoned over 160 years ago by the clan of Paliwal Brahmins, who, after living there for centuries, leftsuddenly during the night, rather than having to face paying the new, arbitrary land-tax.
ANNUAL LEAVEApart from extending the period of annual shutdown, the University is aiming to reduce the outstanding leave entitlements of individual employees.
And it is in the analytical lefthemisphere of the brain, which controls the right side of the body, where these sorts of timing decisions are best computed.
They will not leavequietly.
He thrust back his chair and leftabruptly.
Cr Harris notedthat he would have to leaveshortly and so advised that as convenor of the MEP working group there was no report but one would be presented at the next meeting on 23rd June.
You may need to leavegradually, until you get your alternative sources of income in place.
Round 3 After another good burnout the car lefthard again running a marginally better 60ft than last round and ran strongly through the traps to a Personal Best 7.019 @ 195.64mph (315kph)!
Baby Pak Choi with a green petiole (stem) and tender, delicious leavesideally suited for growing over summer and autumn.
Both trucks leftindependently around 8:30 with an arrangement to meet in Roxburgh for a cuppa and a "Jimmy's pie".
This criminal is not interested in stealing the car, but is after any property owners may have leftinside.
... A piece tells the sad story of 24 merchant sailors leftlegally, financially, and physically adrift on a rotting freight vessel in the Gulf of Mexico.
Hurricane Claudette sloshed ashore on the mid-Texas coast Tuesday, barely a hurricane, but still packing 80 mph-plus winds powerful enough to peel roofs, knock out power and leavelow-lying coastal areas under water.
Don't click the Favorites button (pictured to the leftnext to the Search button).
Navcomsta was the responsibility of the Senior Communications Officer on the staff of Comauck (Commodore Auckland) and I held that appointment for three and a half years after leavingnorth Head Signal School.
- -Ned Fagan LeftOut Herbert Stein is a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute ("Committee of Correspondence: Advice for Dole"), Robert Bartley is editor and vice president of the Wall Street Journal , Christopher DeMuth is president of the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, Frank Keating is the Republican governor of Oklahoma, and Mary Matalin was the deputy campaign manager for the Bush/Quayle '92 ticket.
Please leavepartly used bar cards at the bridge, so the committee can purchase bar specials.
The modem can safely be leftpermanently switched on.
So Starr insisted to the press that he had made his decision without regard to the investigation's outcome--whereupon pundits concluded that he was a cad to leaveprecipitously.
In retrospect, these data make sense from a biophysical perspective because, at the longer hybridization times, the mismatched duplexes will have dissociated due to their faster dissociation rates (Figure 3), leavingprimarily the perfectly matched duplexes.
We intend to have a 7.15pm SHARP start so as those of you that need to be picked up can leavepromptly at 9.15pm.
The extent to which we experience these works as 'figurative' or 'abstract' is leftpurposefully open.
The film leavespuzzlingly open the question of who might have shot Flynt in 1978, paralyzing him, and why.
They had been touring Morocco but had leftrapidly when the locals became very angry, throwing stones at tourists and rioting.
After the customary Jim, James, JD, and the like were exhausted, there was not much leftreadily identifying yours truly.
For the X and Y axes, positive values move the closest point up and right, and negative values move it down and leftrespectively.
No electronic devices are allowed in Christchurch Casino, including video equipment and computers, these items may be leftsafely at our Reception.
The hirer shall ensure that all reasonable care is taken in handling and parking the vehicle and that it is leftsecurely locked when not in use.
Most readers of VERBATIM would, I am sure, have been as intrigued as I was to discover that a yeoman is “an English landowner often having municipal functions”; that in tennis a ball is net “when it touches the top of the summit [ sic ] of the net separating the two sides”; that a starting block has “compartments in which race-horses are put before the off so they can all leavesimultaneously”; and that brick is the English for “a sailing-ship with two masts” --taking part, maybe, in a lofing match: “in a sailing-boat regatta, the action of one of the participants consisting in an attempt to bring one of his rivals head to the wind.” We are, of course, in the magical domain of Franglais, where it is virtually impossible to tell whether the given definitions accurately represent the way English words and phrases are employed by the French or merely reflect one person's valiant but ill-founded guesswork: in other words, whether such massive incomprehension is individual or collective.
Leavesspirally arranged or distichous.
Alleged defects of process are always investigated, but the merits of particular bids are leftstrictly to the Foundation.
The LAT says the Russians are giving Grozny's 5,000 soldiers and 40,000 civilians (the other papers give slightly varying numbers) until Saturday to leaveThereafter, those who remain will be declared terrorists, subject to massive shelling and bombing.
Leavestightly folded, leathery, smooth above, fringed with hairs along the margins below; tip sharp.
On writing the very initial letter I truly believed that abuse had occurred and by writing to you about it I would help you to heal it for you also, so that it would not be leftun-repaired.
The 7mm zinc-plated steel rapide is the standard item for rigging cave pitches, with the stainless steel options preferred for when rapides will be leftunderground for any time.
In The Independent of 8 September 1990, the same page contained not only the Jan Morris article but a review entitled Duty and the Beast, another in which the author lambastes a historian who has leftunread those things he ought to have read, so there can be little trust in him, and yet another in which Anthony Quinn writes about the gripes of Roth.