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More staff is being hired and representations being made for additional resources.

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More than 200,000 people have been forced to seek shelter and economic losses are estimated at more than $500 million, the Ministry of Emergency Management said earlier this week.

More than 200,000 people have been forced to seek shelter and economic losses are estimated at more than $500 million, the Ministry of Emergency Management said earlier this week.

More than 200,000 people have been ordered to evacuate as authorities urge those in emergency shelters to wash their hands and maintain a social distance to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

'More than 200,000 people were treated for cancer during the peak of the pandemic, breast screening services are now fully up and running.โ€™

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More than 25% say they are getting more work done at home, but more than half feel less connected to their workplace.

More than 25% say they are getting more work done at home, but more than half feel less connected to their workplace.

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MORE than 50 people have been charged, and 15 knives seized, during a two-day proactive operation targeting knife crime, assault and weapons offences across Sydneyโ€™s south-west.

More than 50 people phoned in to testify at the meeting, nearly all of them calling on the board to rescind the prior vote, and put the books back in the curriculum.

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More than 50 players around the league have opted out to this point.

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More than 75 people have died, and nearly 40 lakh affected.

More than 75 percent had high blood pressure, about 35 percent had diabetes and a third suffered from heart disease.โ€

โ€œMore than 75 per cent of the trees (shorter varieties and hybrids) have been impacted, but no one is taking us seriously,โ€ said R Ragunathan, a farmer.

More than 76 million and 71 thousand people in the world have been infected with Covid-19 so far.

More than 77,000 people have been sickened by the coronavirus in China, where more than 2,500 people have died.

More than 77,000 people have been sickened by the coronavirus in China, where more than 2,500 people have died.

More than 800,000 cases are currently considered 'active' in India and the worst-affected state, Maharashtra, has piled up more than 825,000 infections by itself.

More than 80,000 people have signed up for the free challenge.

More than 8,000 Ivoiriens have fled to neighbouring countries, according to the UNโ€™s refugee agency, UNHCR, as fresh clashes broke out this week following that saw Alassane Ouattara win a controversial third term in a landslide.

More than 8,000 new infections have also been reported over the past 24 hours, bringing the number of known cases closer to the 200,000 mark.โ€

More than 8,000 people attended the festival in Griffith Park last year to celebrate how humans and wildlife can coexist.

More than 8000 people have been arrested during the lockdown-much more than the number of COVID-19 tests.

More than 8000 people have been arrested during the lockdown-much more than the number of COVID-19 tests.

More than 8,000 people have been tested in Lake County.

More than 8,000 people were infected and over 770 died after it spread to other cities and countries, according to Reuters.

More than 8,000 people were ordered to leave their homes last night (Sunday) after.

More than 800 babies have been saved by the work of The Baby Home in the last decade.

More than 800 cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed in Italy, and 29 people have died.

More than 800 counties considered severely impoverished just under a decade ago have now cleared a government-defined line of 4,000 yuan, or roughly $600, in annual per-capita income.

More than 800 students and several staff members who travelled to mainland China will have to take a leave of absence, said Education Minister Ong Ye Kung at a press conference on Monday.

More than 80 black British actors and celebrities โ€“ such as Naomi Campbell and Naomie Harris โ€“ also signed letters to airlines urging them not to take part.

Most of the more tempered reactions came from casual fans who have no attachment to the sacred hedges, the arch or memories of 1980.

Most people perform to the degree we are willing to accept and nothing more.

โ€œMost people see it as a postponement but thereโ€™s a lot more intricacies involved.โ€

NOTES: 1) No more than 6 transfer credit hours may be used to satisfy the minimum requirement of the Minor.

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Note that the date of the article is May 15, 1995, more than two years prior to the sighting of the small triangular craft over Lake Laberge.

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While his father was riding across the moor, in the strange hush of the blotted moon, Willie was out in the garden beside his motionless wheel, watching the fell shadow of the earth passing over the blessed face of the moon, and leaving her pure and clear, and nothing the worse.

The Romans began to give way, when Sulla, like Cromwell at Marston Moor, having done his own work charged the troops of Bocchus on the flank.

Something must be interwoven concerning the history of the native powers, Mahomedan, Moor, Mahratta, etc., and their institutions.

So Tom went, and kept Grace in sight, till she had crossed the little moor, and disappeared in the wood below.

," said Tom, "hear the story of the two Sandhurst broom-squires?" "Broomsquires?" "So we call, in Berkshire, squatters on the moor who live by tying heath into brooms.

Gerald Osborn came home next day and not long afterwards Kit found him lying on the gravel beside a tarn on the Ashness moor.

On the steep slopes the heather made purple patches among the bent-grass and Malton moor shone red.

How many a poor Jew or Moor in Spain and Portugal has been burned alive for no other reason than Pour n'avoir point quittรฉ la foi de leurs ancรชtres.

"Oh for the boys and guns and dogs, a heathery moor, and a blue Scotch heaven above me!"

Let us away up the valley, where we shall find, it not indeed a fresh healthful breeze (for the drought lasts on), at least a cool refreshing down-draught from Carcarrow Moor before the sun gets up.

My Orra Moor, where art thou laid?

In the Oxford translation there were six stanzas of this kind: With brightest beams let the Sun shine On Orra Moor.

Could I be sure That from the top o' th' lofty Pine I Orra Moor might see, I to his highest Bough would climb, And with industrious Labour try Thence to descry

We have heaths with rude heaps of stones upon them: but no existing superstition converts them into the Geese of Micklestane-Moor, or sees a Black Dwarf groping among them.

Little John told him afterwards that it was a moor-hen, even if it was a cock bird.

A little to the left, the village of Ayton lay extended along the farther bank of the stream, while behind both castle and village the ground rose in gentle undulations to the uplands of Coldingham Moor.

In a few years, however, she was again married to Dr. Moor, and John was removed to the house of his grandfather, at Hartford, where, at a very early age, it is said, he showed many peculiarities in his manners and habits, indicating an eccentric, an unsettled, and romantic turn of mind.

John formerly belonged to Mrs. Moor, near St. Paul's church, where his mother still lives, and has been harbored by her before.

We're all alone on a moor.

The lead-mines in Derbyshire are many, as the Odin, Speedwell, Tideswell Moor, Dirtlow, &c.; and the ore is not only found in various soils, but mingled with a variety of substances.

It was in vain Robin spent a whole morning, during a walk over Minch-Moor, in attempting to teach his companion to utter, with true precision, the shibboleth Llhu, which is the Gaelic for a calf.

Mine host was content to let him turn his cattle on a piece of barren moor, at a price little less than the bailiff had asked for the disputed enclosure; and the wretchedness of the pasture, as well as the price paid for it, were set down as exaggerations of the breach of faith and friendship of his Scottish crony.

I believe she considered it her own, and loved it accordingly; although its real owner was a great lord, who lived far away, and had never seen the moor, much less the piece of gray rock, in his life.

" While Maggie was in imagination going over moor and fell, into the hollows of the distant mysterious hills, where she imagined all strange beasts and weird people to haunt, she fell asleep.

Maggie did her task of work on her own gray rock; but as it was sooner finished, now that he was not there to interrupt and call her off, she used to stray up the Fell Lane at the back of the house; a little steep stony lane, more like stairs cut in the rock than what we, in the level land, call a lane: it reached on to the wide and open moor, and near its termination there was a knotted thorn-tree; the only tree for apparent miles.

She used to look over the swelling expanse of moor, and the tears were dried up by the soft low-blowing wind which came sighing along it.

Look, Frank, do you see in the middle of that dark brown purple streak of moor a yellow gleam of light?

* * * * * THE BLIND BEAUTY OF THE MOOR.

All the creatures of earth and air manifestly loved the Wanderer of the Wildernessand as for human beings, she was named, in their pity, their wonder, and their delight, the Blind Beauty of the Moor!

Can be hiley reckamended for onestey, sobrieaty, and good temperd, and has no in combranc, is very actif, but not a treadesman, have been as Butler and Bailiff for meney years in most respectable families, and shood I not be so luckey as to get me a wife, wood be most willing to take a sitteyeashan once moor, wood prefer living in the countrey, under stands Brewing feamosley, is well adapted for a inn or publick hous.

When the Moor seized her in bed by the throat, Desdemona shrieking for permission to repeat but one short prayer, and he rancorously exclaims, in attempting to strangle her, "It is too late!"

Whatever interest may have been imputed to him should be placed to the account of his hapless victim; to the first striving with distrust of a generous nature; to the vague sense of misery, then its gradual developement, then the final overthrow of absolute faith; and, last of all, to the throes of agony of the noble Moor, as he writhes and gasps in his accursed toils.

Through it all the Moor watched him carefully, safeguarding him as a provident farmer fattens a sheep for the slaughter.

Beyond stretched the vineyard of the Moor, a tangle of purpling vines into the baffling mazes of which the singer had evidently fled.

After an instant he continued, harshly, "Then you are the daughter of the Moor?" "Yes.

Facing him, upon an ornamental balcony, stood the Moor, and beside him, with elbows on the balustrade and face alight with sinister enjoyment, stood his daughter.

There, in the glare of the mounting flames, Fray Joseph sank his mighty fingers through the Moor's black beard.

Strange tales were rife concerning the end of the Moor and of his immediate kin, but the monks could make little out of them, for they were garbled and too ridiculous for belief.

So it is that even to this day "The Teeth of the Moor" remains a term of mystery to most of the monks of San Sebastian.

I thought of how when she was reading by the door I would go up on the moor with a hazel switch and fix little clay balls at the end of it, and sling them at her until I made her cry.

Then and there I set off running over the moor, until I burst into the kitchen where my mother and father were sitting on either side of the ingle.

He let go his hold of the precious diploma as he spoke, and away it went over the hedge and across the moor, where it stuck flapping on a whin-bush; but he never so much as glanced at it.

The one-eyed Moor literally smiled upon it.

The scene of this second battle was the Moor of Falkirk, about a mile S.W. of the town.

The increase of mean temperature which results from skilful enclosures, is estimated at 5ยฐ to 8ยฐ Fahrenheit; while in regard to the increased money value, Mr. Thomas Bishop gives the following testimony: "Previous to the division of the common moor of Methven in Perthshire, in 1793, the venerable Lord Lynedoch and Lord Methven had each secured their lower slopes of land adjoining the moor with belts of plantation.

The increase of mean temperature which results from skilful enclosures, is estimated at 5ยฐ to 8ยฐ Fahrenheit; while in regard to the increased money value, Mr. Thomas Bishop gives the following testimony: "Previous to the division of the common moor of Methven in Perthshire, in 1793, the venerable Lord Lynedoch and Lord Methven had each secured their lower slopes of land adjoining the moor with belts of plantation.

The year following I entered Lord Methven's service, and in 1798 planted about sixty acres of the higher moor ground, valued at 2s.

We are satisfied that in localities with which we are ourselves acquainted, there are tens of thousand of acres which, by the simple protection of sheltering plantations, would soon be made to exhibit an equal improvement with either the moor of Methven, or the lands upon Shotley Fell, which are also referred to in the work before us.

Rupert, in like manner, had prayers before every division at Marston Moor.

Not less faithful were the Marquis of Newcastle's "Lambs," who took their name from the white woollen clothing which they refused to have dyed, saying that their hearts' blood would dye it soon enough; and so it did: only thirty survived the battle of Marston Moor, and the bodies of the rest were found in the field, ranked regularly, side by side, in death as in life.

His hand resting upon this book, Oliver Cromwell would consolidate the hopes and convictions of Puritanism into a sword which should conquer at Nasby, Marston Moor and Dunbar, leave to the throne of Charles I, a headless corpse, and create, if only for an hour's prophecy, a commonwealth of unbending righteousness.

The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice.

By Samuel Moor Shoemaker.

We are the oldest family in the Alhambra,Christianos Viejos, old Christians, without any taint of Moor or Jew.

The maiden heard a light foot on the floor, And sidelong looked, and there before her stood Young Eustace Graeme: far from the pasture moor

"The ship is here put in, A Veronese; Michael Cassio, Lieutenant to the warlike Moor Othello, Is come on shore.

Snow covered the world of mountain and moor outside, and Silence, supreme at midnight, poured all her softest forces upon the ancient building and its occupants.

One hundred millions, speaking the tongue of Shakespeare and Milton on the American continent, and as many millions more on continents more recently settled by the same race, across the ocean, and across century-seas of time, shall moor their memories to these humble dwellings of England's hamlets, and feel how many taut and twisted liens attach them to the motherland of mighty nations.

Gabriel admired as he read the prudence and moderation of the good Moor Abu-Walid; but with his enthusiasm as a seminarist he admired still more those proud, intolerant and warlike prelates, who trampled laws and people under foot for the greater glory of God.

No mate, no comrade Lucy knew; 5 She dwelt on a wide moor, The sweetest thing that ever grew Beside a human door!

At day-break on a hill they stood That overlooked the moor; And thence they saw the bridge of wood,

Some of the touches are graphically true to the neighbourhood, as, for instance, 'the wide moor,' the 'many a hill,' the 'steep hill's edge,' the 'long stone wall,' and the hint of the general loneliness of the region where Lucy 'no mate, no comrade, knew.'

Taking a common-sense view, that she would not be sent many miles at two o'clock on a winter afternoon to the town (Halifax, of course), over so lonely a mountain moorbearing in mind also that this moor overlooked the river, and that the river was deep and strong enough to carry the child down the currentI know only one place where such an accident could have occurred.

The clue is in this verse: 'At day-break on a hill they stood That overlooked the moor; And thence they saw the bridge of wood, A furlong from their door.' The hill I take to be the high ridge of Greetland and Norland Moor, and the plank she had to cross Sterne Mill Bridge, which there spans the Calder, broad and rapid enough at any season to drown either a young girl or a grown-up person.

The clue is in this verse: 'At day-break on a hill they stood That overlooked the moor; And thence they saw the bridge of wood, A furlong from their door.' The hill I take to be the high ridge of Greetland and Norland Moor, and the plank she had to cross Sterne Mill Bridge, which there spans the Calder, broad and rapid enough at any season to drown either a young girl or a grown-up person.

To sum up the matter, the hill overlooking the moor, the path to and distance from the town, the bridge, the current, all indicate one point, and one point only, where this accident could have happened, and that is the bridge near Sterne Mill.

She dwelt on a wild Moor 1800.

She lived on a wide Moor MS.]

The Knight had ridden down from Wensley Moor With the slow motion of a summer's cloud And now, as he approached a vassal's door, "Bring forth another horse!"

"It is barren moor for miles around.

[Footnote 8: Swift must refer here to the years he spent at Moor Park, in the house of Sir William Temple.

The enemy's army lay on a large common, called Marston Moor, doubtful what to do.

Thus we made a swift march, and thought ourselves pretty secure; but our work was not done yet, for on a sudden we saw ourselves under a necessity of fighting our way through a great body of Manchester's horse, who came galloping upon us over the moor.

But being obliged to refresh ourselves at a small village on the edge of Bramham Moor, we found the country alarmed by our taking some horses, and we were no sooner got on horseback in the morning, and entering on the moor, but we understood we were pursued by some troops of horse.

But being obliged to refresh ourselves at a small village on the edge of Bramham Moor, we found the country alarmed by our taking some horses, and we were no sooner got on horseback in the morning, and entering on the moor, but we understood we were pursued by some troops of horse.

There was no remedy but we must pass this moor; and though our horses were exceedingly tired, yet we pressed on upon a round trot, and recovered an enclosed country on the other side, where we halted.

The enemy followed us over the moor, and we having a woody enclosed country about us, where we were, I observed by their moving, they had lost sight of us; upon which I proposed concealing ourselves till we might judge of their numbers.

There he informed himself of the matters of war, particularly that the enemy sat down again to the siege of York; that flying parties were in pursuit of the Cavaliers; and there he heard that 500 horse of the Lord Manchester's men had followed a party of Cavaliers over Bramham Moor, and that entering a lane, the Cavaliers, who were 1000 strong, fell upon them, and killed them all but about fifty.

This was nineteen days from the battle of Marston Moor.

There were in the town Sir John Morley, the Lord Crawford, Lord Reay, and Maxwell, Scots; and old soldiers, who were resolved their countrymen should buy the town very dear, if they had it; and had it not been for our disaster at Marston Moor, they had never had it; for Callander, finding he was not able to carry the town, sends to General Leven to come from the siege of York to help him.

This was a complete victory without bloodshed; and had the king but secured the men from serving but for six months, it had most effectually answered the battle of Marston Moor.

As it was, it infused new life into all his Majesty's forces and friends, and retrieved his affairs very much; but especially it encouraged us in the north, who were more sensible of the blow received at Marston Moor, and of the destruction the Scots were bringing upon us all.

Our next orders were to relieve Pontefract Castle, another garrison of the king's, which had been besieged ever since a few days after the fight at Marston Moor, by the Lord Fairfax, Sir Thomas Fairfax, and other generals in their turn.

Prince Rupert did it at the battle of Marston Moor; and had the Earl of Newcastle not been obstinate against it in his right wing, as I observed before, the day had not been lost.

Fair maidens, I'll sing you a song, I'll tell of the bonny wild flower, Whose blossoms so yellow, and branches so long, O'er moor and o'er rough rocky mountains are flung Far away from trim garden and bower L.A. Tuamley.

" Hurdis is more complimentary and more just to the richest ornament of the swelling hill and the level moor.

ALBOR`NOZ, a Spanish statesman, archbishop of Toledo, a bold defender of the faith against the Moor and a plain-spoken man in the interest of Christianity (1310-1367).

CAMPINE, a vast moor of swamp and peat to the E. of Antwerp, being now rendered fertile by irrigation.

FAIRFAX, THOMAS, LORD, a distinguished Parliamentary general, nephew of the preceding, born at Denton, Yorkshire; served in Holland, but in 1642 joined the Parliamentarians, of whose forces he became general (1645); after distinguishing himself at Marston Moor and Naseby, was superseded by Cromwell (1650), and retired into private life until Cromwell's death, when he supported the restoration of Charles II.

IRONSIDES, Cromwell's troopers, a thousand strong, and raised by him in the Eastern counties of England, so called at first from the invincibility displayed by them at Marston Moor; were selected by Cromwell "as men," he says, "that had the fear of God before them, and made conscience of what they did....

There he became the companion and ally of Alimaymon, learned all his secrets, and once, during a pretended nap, overheard the Moor state that even Toledo could be taken by the Christians, provided they had the patience to begin a seven-years' siege, and to destroy all the harvests so as to reduce the people to starvation.

Though we now go forth as outcasts, Sad, dishonor'd, homeless, poor, We'll return with glory laden And the spellings of the Moor.'

The story has been told of various parties and localities, but no doubt the genuine laird was a laird of Balnamoon (pronounced in the country Bonnymoon), and that the locality was a wild tract of land, not far from his place, called Munrimmon Moor.

On crossing the moor, however, whether from greater exposure to the blast, or from the laird's unsteadiness of head, his hat and wig came off and fell upon the ground.

Hairy lost his patience, and, anxious to get home, remonstrated with his master, "Ye'd better tak it, sir, for there's nae waile o' wigs on Munrimmon Moor."

No laird was to be seen; and it appeared that he had fallen out on the moor without Hairy observing it.

In 2001 there were 726 people living in Broughton Moor.

In the later Battle of Dupplin Moor and Halidon Hill the same tactics that brought victory at Bannockburn brought them defeat.

However you get to the top, what awaits is an incredible vista โ€“ looking east, itโ€™s a sheer drop to the floor of Rannoch Moor.

Moor says about their curation, โ€œWe believe all voices should be reflected in writing and literature.