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This piece makes the point that despite a California ban against assault weapons put into effect in 1989 and a similar federal statute five years later, "today, thousands of assault weapons are changinghands because of gaping holes in the laws."
As for George Bush coming to shakehands at Unity in Seattle, perhaps it was "a throwaway" as you say-but no more so (and quite probably less so) than shaking hands with farmers in Iowa.
Thank you for your continued financial support, and for remaining alert for neighbors who need a helpinghand.
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The city strides into the future while still holdinghands with the past.
After washinghands and forearms with antiseptic soap, drying with a sterile towel, maximal sterile barrier precautions (sterile gloves, longsleeved sterile gown, mask, cap, and large sterile sheet drape) were observed prior to catheter insertion.
Through Destination Services the Center workshand in hand with human resource departments.
For many years as a pastor, I watched people fall to the floor and do other strange things when I laidhands on them.
These activities included flax-weaving, horse-riding, a visit to Waitomo Caves, and gaininghands-on experience at the Hamilton museum's 'Exscite' weather exhibition.
A chart on the screen lists the payoff of your winninghand and, as with slots, the more you bet, the better the payoff.
They walkhand in hand down the path as the narrator tells us, in effect, that if another storm comes--the storm of death--life insurance should be there, "not for the people who die, [but] for the people who live."
Workshop Foreperson Reports to: Workshop ManagerSupervises: Five or more tradespersons including leadinghands where applicable (for foreperson supervising only Production/Processing personnel - see MP07 in the Manufacturing Production Section).
The boat's builders claim Disney requires ridiculously costly and unnecessary guidelines for the ship's structure, and on-board decoration involveshand-painted murals incurring hundreds of hours of work.
Stoking the unanimity image, each paper fronts a symbolic photo of two staunch ideological opponents, Senators Edward Kennedy and Phil Gramm, claspinghands and enjoying their newfound camaraderie.
The distinction seems irrelevant as I stand inside the National Museum of Health and Medicine holding the bright blue skull-candle in cuppedhands.
Tremblinghands open a canteen.
Where to Shop Bay Street in Nassau and the International Bazaar in Freeport are the major tourist shopping areas, but Out Islanders often sellhand-crafted items, and some resorts have boutiques.
I do get tired of Bradley's prayinghands, and I have no opinion on his tax plan--or, for that matter, on anybody's tax plan--but I admit to joining the dreaded media consensus that he and McCain generate less pain for me, just as public personalities, than the rest of the herd.
Moreover, because al Qaeda initially was livinghand to mouth, there was no need to store funds.
Old-timers recall that Giannini, who kept his desk on the banking floor itself, made loans to working people after inspecting their hands: If the loan applicant had callusedhands that meant he was working, and he got the loan.
Ways of keeping up with what is being published in your subject On request from lecturers or student groups, I also offerhands-on tutorials covering course-specific resources and databases.
Shocker: Critics say it's trite and unoriginal (it follows a boy with a demonically possessedhand).
She had been caressed by lovinghands and beaten by careless ones.
Health Basics Hand Wash benefits from Triclosan - proven to protecthands from harmful bacteria for up to seven hours after washing.
It emerged at the time of World War I, and the principal figures in its creation--LearnedHand, Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., and Louis Brandeis--were not classical liberals; they were progressives.
An effective group can also help the Champion overcome the hidinghands that all projects seem to have.
I'm willing to do it right now if you'll shake on it [extendshand].
This trust in the guidinghand of Eros was well expressed by Joseph Cambell's advice to students seeking his wisdom as to what course to follow in life.
I have also won the Zhong Ding Traditional Chinese Martial arts Grand Championships 2000 First place pushhands, and a Bronze in the Britsh Tai Chi open Championships also in Push hands.
Duster is long wearing while all three have ergonomically designedhand grip.
Special block courses are held regionally to demonstratehands-on skills.
Jim & Morris, the brothers from USA and Jim's son Warren are soon dabhands aloft.
The barber raised his cuttinghand and gathered a patch of wet hair between two fingers.
He ignites Brain Opera with a sequence of choppinghand motions and vigorous leanings in his chair (picture the Enterprise under attack); this brings forth a sonic crash from the computer.
A bronze statue depicting a young man with boundhands stands in the courtyard where Graf von Stauffenberg and other army officers (who conspired to blow up Hitler on 20 July 1944) were shot.
The reepithelization process was examined daily with staining of the epithelial defect area using 2% fluorescein dye and a handheld slit-lamp.
Harvest was carried out under perfect conditions between 31st March and 6th April in three separate tranches to ensure perfect ripeness, the last of which was handpicked.
The Rooster and hens have handcrafted combs and beaks.
Buttons are even handpainted to match!
The Merlot was handharvested from both the Gladstone Vineyard and the Waipipi Vineyard on 28th April.
This, for most clients, will mean a cost of $2.00 per fleece tested when supplied with handwritten ID tags.
Each front-page features a photo of Boris Yeltsin, his handsraised, defiantly refuting rumors of his resignation.
Rieff's Newsweek piece did allow that, in spite of having "to fight a just war with one handtied behind its back ... NATO actually succeeded to a greater extent than might have been predicted."
We now have 3 handreared stags so I have my hands full, - but I will be busy over the next few months checking out the ballot blocks so up to date information can be given to ballot hunters.
These amazing handdrawn mazes will have your girls occupied for hours!
Marcel speaks oracular words as his handsmove in profound violation of nature's fundament: "I don't think that this movement of sexual practices has anything to do with the disclosure or the uncovering of S/M tendencies deep within our unconscious, and so on.
His experience encompasses the art of traditional handfinished through to state of the art computer aided building.
I stayed there for around twelve years, selling thousands of handdyed, hand printed dresses."
The invention relates to a handoperated applicator for delivering relatively viscous liquids.
After the settlement of Canterbury in 1850 the Canterbury Provincial Council decided to levy sums of money to supplement the fees paid to church schools in whose handslay the responsibility for education in the early days of settlement.
Installation on new constructions: 6mm Hardiflex panels with mesh reinforcing at joints, overlayed with bonding mix and the precast stone facings are handlaid and pointed.
All of our wines are fermented in small open vats which are gently handplunged to extract colour and tannins from the skins.
A. thaliana leaves were harvested, handwashed and then ground to a fine powder in liquid nitrogen.
This is a right handturning about 200 meters passed the Tourist Information Centre, which will be on your left.
SW 7.3 The handsshall be pushed forward together from the breast on, under, or over the water.
In the inner bay, depths range from 7m to 15m with a lot of shallow reefs harbouring a teem of fish life, many species of which can be handfed.
For the purposes of this analysis, smoking 4 handrolled cigarettes, 4 cigars, or 4 pipes full of tobacco was considered equivalent to smoking 1 pack of industrial cigarettes.
Treatments are generally clothes on where you sit, or lay on a treatment table and the therapists handspass over you.
Even these handsbuilt stone walls, & dug the earth she lies bound on.
'Whom the lord of the town invokes for help, with handsuplifted; 84.
"The invisible handworks many miracles," Bush said.
5000 series feature handselected high grade Walnut, oil finished Monte Carlo stock and beaver tail forend with superior quality checkering and engraving.
Your handsfeel silky again in no time and will not feel greasy.
Handsshaking, Bob signed a consent form after I outlined the risks of the procedure--bleeding, collapsed lung, infection.
They will not however be as spectacular overall as seedlings from handcrossed seed.
By handmilking some milk into a cup you can taste real fresh milk still warm from the cow if you wish.
This database was curated semi-automatically by discarding duplicated entries, unknown genes and outliers, the last ones being identified by handlooking at the alignments of the sequences of each individual family.
Suddenly that native rose at the bedside, and bent over me with his right handlifted and a dirk in it aimed at my throat; but Luigi grabbed his wrist, pulled him downward, and drove his own knife into the man's neck.
As with most magic tricks, the sleight of handoccurs at the outset, when Bush says his philosophy "has been criticized."
His hands are all over my head, gripping and messaging, conducting, one handgripping my hair, the other sliding over the bald half of head.