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P. paniculata Watereri is a handsome variety that most probably may be linked to the species.

By this proposal Urbain has linked his name to the horrible crime committed on the hostages.

The great interests of an agricultural, commercial, and manufacturing nation are so linked in union together that no permanent cause of prosperity to one of them can operate without extending its influence to the others.

It was not a bulky arm, but it seemed to be made of linked steel which was shrinking into him, and promised to crush his very bones.

In heaven there was to be no marrying or giving in marriage, Mary was told; but her own heart cried aloud to her that the happily wedded must remain linked in heaven.

At first I did not distinguish any meaning in the pattern; presently I saw that the figures were all of vines and vine-leaves, linked in a fantastic fashion together, like those in the wood-carving on the gold table.

Travelling by palki is now in many parts a thing of the past, for the whole Province is being linked together by a network of railways.

What a strange world it is, where the happiest and saddest events are so often linked togetherfor instance, the marriage and absence of those one would wish to have always by one.

It was but an accidentLord Grey's objection to Palmerston at the Foreign Officewhich prevented the name of Lord John Russell from being linked with those of Cobden and Bright, and imperishably associated with both the great measures of the nineteenth century.

Holstein was a German fief, Schleswig was a Danish fief; unfortunately an old law linked them together in some mysterious fashion, as indissolubly as Siamese twins.

The Italian festa of to-day, usually, as in ancient times, linked to some religious festival, is a scene of gaiety, bright dresses, music, dancing, bonfires, races, and improvisation or mummery; and all that we know of the ancient rural festivals of Italy suggests that they were of much the same lively and genial character.

The Jugo-Slav and the Magyar were to be linked (uneasy bedfellows) into a second kingdom, also Habsburg ruled; Austria was to come into the German Empire as a third Habsburg dukedom or kingdom; Roumania, Bulgaria and Greece were to continue as independent Powers, German ruled.

What has linked Americans with the British hitherto has been very largely the common language and literature; it is only since the war began that there seems to have been any appreciable development of fraternal feeling.

It is not so closely linked up with specific British social elements, with political parties and the general educational system, as are the rest of the national services.

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It was this pet name of two small letters lovingly combined that dotted Mr. Browning's spoken thoughts, as moonbeams fleck the ocean, and seemed the pearl-bead that linked conversation together in one harmonious whole.

The material prosperity of the people indeed improved, as affairs at home were better regulated, and developed to an amazing extent; the Hanseatic League bore its flag far and wide over the northern seas, and the great trade-routes, which linked the West and Orient, led from Venice and Genoa through Germany.

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She thrust one hand through his arm and linked it with the other.

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Here George Eliot has unfolded for us how true it is that our lives are linked on every side with the lives of our fellows, and how the deeds of any one must affect for good or evil the lives of many others.

Subtle nature's hand Waked with a touch the far-linked harmonies

These men have linked their work with those spiritual convictions which have been the moral sustenance of the ages.

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This society is linked together in mutual service from the lowest to the highest.

As a result of this sense, the consciousness that everything is closely related, closely linked together, is ever present in his poetry.

The only sister which Tom had ever had died in infancy, and there was something which linked the memory of the two in the tenderest and most sacred manner.

Lay their spears and bucklers bright By the warriors' sides aright; Many a day the three before me On their linked bucklers bore me.

Notice that the following descriptions include only that which can be seen from the place indicated in the italicized phrases: Forward from the bridge he beheld a landscape of wide valleys and irregular heights, with groves and lakes and fanciful houses linked together by white paths and shining streams.

And it was with just that world which he wished to forget, that the man lying ill in the candle-lit chamber was linked in Christopher's memory.

"In sooth, the inland ponds of our farmer folk may well be called dulcis, and those other amara.[220] "A single fish pond suffices us simple folk, but those amateurs must have a series of them linked together: for as Pausias and other painters of his school have boxes with as many compartments as they have different coloured wax, so must they fain have as many ponds as they have different varieties of fish.

We're now a chain of lovers linked in death; Julia goes first, Gonsalvo hangs on her, And Angelina holds upon Gonsalvo, As I on Angelina.

When the flames blazed up, the names of various couples, whether young or old, handsome or ugly, rich or poor, were called out, and the persons thus linked in mock marriage were forced, whether they liked it or not, to march arm in arm round the fire amid the laughter and jests of the crowd.

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She chatted and coquetted and smiled, little dreaming that in a very few days her happiness would be wrecked and she would be linked for life to a man whom she could never love.

City have been linked with a move to sign Barcelona talisman Lionel Messi, with chief operating officer Omar Berrada saying the club have the financial strength to pull off a move next year.

Clinical documentation and EHR use have been significantly linked to clinician stress and burnout.

Cr Chris Staynes said spending 46% of the $950,000 fund initially would aid community social and economic well-being, which were "linked inextricably".

During the interview with Sophy Ridge, Ms Sturgeon was told that 46 of deaths linked to corona were in care homes in Scotland.

"Even though we did not find evidence of a Westminster network, the lasting effect on those who suffered as children from being sexually abused by individuals linked to Westminster has been just as profound," it added.

From now on, the free love, tie-dye, heroin-induced psychedelia to the backdrop of Ravi Shankar and Buffalo Springfield of San Francisco, will be forever linked to spray-painted murals, AK-47s and fu*k the police signs in Seattle.

He has now been linked with the Serie A champions, as they consider replacing Maurizio Sarri.

However, other attributions included in the law are also to support local initiatives to promote employment, self-employment and entrepreneurial activity, support and promotion of any cultural activity linked to the local authority.

However, patients with pre-existing cardiovascular disease are linked to 2 in 5 hospitalizations for COVID-19 (2).

However, SVG recorded nine COVID-19 cases linked to the American Airlines flight on July 11, which brought 155 passengers to the country.

However, they can be linked with a general group.

' Instagram posts are filled with funny stuff and when he and producer Jay Versace linked up in a recent Instagram Live broadcast, things got equally hilarious.

Instead, state inspectors were told to focus on infection control and โ€œimmediate jeopardyโ€ complaints linked to allegations of resident abuse, neglect or death.

In Steuben County, nursing home residents have been especially vulnerable to the virus, and officials recently said 74% of the county's COVID-19 deaths have been linked to nursing homes.

It wasn't clear whether any cases of coronavirus have been linked to the parties at the home rented by the TikTok stars, the city attorney said.

It was only then that I linked the ENDSARS protest to Godโ€™s prophecy.

It was positively linked to a theft case that happened earlier on that day at business premises in the area.

It was the first time the Turkish base in Mogadishu, Turkeyรขโ‚ฌโ„ขs largest overseas military base, has been attacked by the al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab extremist group.

Joseph Asimonyetom, a resident of Ndiegoro, Aba said that the major reason why the cityโ€™s business centres are not expanding properly could be linked to bad roads and insecurity.

Just six incidents were linked to prisons and 124 outbreaks were linked to workplace settings.

Just six incidents were linked to prisons and 124 outbreaks were linked to workplace settings.

Like the clusters linked to the White House and the dance classes of Hong Kongโ€™s rich โ€œtai-taiโ€ ladies, an outbreak spreading to the community at large because of the heedless actions of a reckless elite seems like the perfect metaphor for life in 2020.

Link a device to your account One online account can be linked to one mobile device, providing you additional security.

Linked to the rising call for gender equity worldwide, womenโ€™s sports were enjoying unprecedented attention and support before the coronavirus pandemic.

Meanwhile, Barker recently backed Post Malone for his stellar Nirvana covers set, and linked up with Fever 333 on their new song โ€œSupremacyโ€

And the former defender, who has also been linked with taking over at Barcelona and Atletico Madrid, has already teased a return to England.

This is the fourth unsolved child disappearance he could now been linked to, prosecutors say.

This new positive test result is not linked to the late September outbreak.

Three deaths have been linked to the St. Boniface outbreak.

Three more COVID-19 cases in northern New Brunswick have been linked to a doctor at a hospital who contracted the coronavirus outside the province and didn't self-isolate when he returned.

Thus, democracy and freedom of expression are inextricably linked and are important for ensuring equality, development and non-discrimination.

To date, four people in the state have died from the illness, which has been linked to vitamin E acetate, a substance connected to illicit marijuana vapes.

To date, the nation has recorded about 243,00 COVID-19 cases and nearly 5,900 virus-linked deaths, according to Turkish Health Ministry data.

Transformational leadership linked to a high level of team performance and engagement.

Treasury Department says Ukrainian linked to Rudy Giuliani is 'Russian agent'

Twenty-five cases have been linked to Golden Farms Poultry in Breakwater.

A total of 1,510 cases of COVID-19 in Alberta are now linked to the outbreak at the Cargill plant, located near High River, according to a spokesperson for Alberta Health.

A total of nine cases in the provinceโ€™s Thursday total are considered โ€œepi-linked.โ€

While not directly linked to The Girl On The Train, both films share similar premises: a missing woman and a covered-up conspiracy.

While other retailers and hospitality firms have struggled with lockdown closures and other restrictions, supermarkets have enjoyed a surge in sales during the pandemic, albeit with higher costs linked to Covid-19.

While the Dowโ€™s influence has faded over the years as passive managers linked to benchmarks based on market value, the index remains an exclusive club and still serves as one of the highest-profile showcase of American industrial heft.

Within Victoria, 11 of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 205 are under investigation.

Within Victoria, 43 of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 70 are under investigation.

Working in partnership with Gyeongsang National University, researchers with the University of South Australia have linked red meat with increased risk of stroke, heart attack, and overall cardiovascular disease.

Culture supernatants were assayed for IL-6 protein levels by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) method.

In addition the Trump administration has overruled EPA experts and rejected a ban on chlorpyrifos, which is also linked to brain damage in children.

In her photographic series, reworks archetypal female figures often linked to scandal and shame as empowered protagonists who boldly embrace their sexuality and stray from societyโ€™s mores.

Investigating how crystal structure and crystal composition are linked in minerals is fundamental to mineralogy and to understanding โ€˜โ€™ a particular mineral behaves the way it does in the geological environment.

In Visual Arts this year, our activities will be closely linked to our current Social Studies topic.

I pointed out that an estimated 1.5 million Iraqis had died due to economic sanctions imposed on Iraq linked to its disarmament obligation.

It is also a multifactorial disease linked to abrupt changes in diet and management around the transition period.

It is also, not insignificantly, an image which is linked only to the female characters in the play!

It is an indicator of our certainty that the postal code is linked to the correct census subdivision.

And shoring up those three poles of the tent supports the fourth, which is linked to physical well-being: a sense of wellness.

A person, for example, cannot be understood as an isolated entity; instead, he or she is always linked to a heterogeneous network of resources and agents that define the person as the specific person in question.

"New Brunswick's prosperity is directly linked to our success in the global marketplace, including the United States, and this conference will help to reach this goal."

New initiatives will use linked administrative data to examine family policies such as parental leave in Canada as well as use of child care arrangements by families with children.

Not only was it the scene of five terrible murders back in the 19th century, but the place is also linked to the disappearance of two teenage girls.

Notre-Dame, Sherbrooke, Saint-Laurent, Sainte-Catherine: the thoroughfares that once linked villages have today become segmented.