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"I hope that neither President Carter or Governor Reagan, if he should be president, has to do what I had to do, what Franklin Roosevelt had to do, [here the judge interrupted and told the prosecutor to ask his next question, but Nixon went on] what President Truman had to do, that is, writeletters to people whose sons have been killed in war."
I've receivedletters intended for him, phone calls intended for him, compliments intended for him, a publishing solicitation intended for him, even a job offer intended for him (which I turned down).
January 2000 Dear Friend: In November, we sentletters sharing with you a story about the Boys & Girls Club, a wonderful, positive place for children and youth in our community.
A Republican fund-raisingletter in Maryland showed pictures of Dukakis and Horton alongside the following text: "Is this your pro-family team for 1988?"
One tiny typo, one droppedletter would transform the headline into a dark and pompous assertion about the human race: "HE'S HUGE, HE'S POWERFUL, HE'S FAST AND HE'S MAN."
Similarly, the ability to infer the existence of an omittedletter or word (such as the indefinite article) is a form of prediction.
Send a personalisedletter (i.e.
As a president I would not want to be obliged to signletters or publish documents where the contents were, in my best judgement, ill advised and/or factually incorrect.
Bergman says he was the one who urged the film's director, Michael Mann, to include this tip of the hat to Bogdanich and Co. Clifford Douglas, an attorney and anti-tobacco activist, has lately publishedletters in the Christian Science Monitor and the New York Post touting Bogdanich-- not Bergman--as the real journalist who "lit the fuse of public outrage" over tobacco.
The paper reports that GOP state legislators will deliverletters personally pledging support to Bush, as they were instructed to do by veteran strategists.
This title reproducesletters, telegrams and other documents sent from the Consulate staff to the State Department.
Finally journal article was selected as "Publication Type" to excludeletters, editorials, news, etc.
It has everything from the cease and desistletter to any articles remote to the subject.
CWA New Media created an entire vernacular typeface by using selectedletters and numbers from the signs of the media precinct of Courtenay Place and Blair Street.
From this site you can download a selection of our publications and supportingletters and documents in electronic form.
Over the years, I have been fortunate enough to readletters (and diaries) from some of the people we've sponsored.
We created a strategically placed ad, a direct mail pack and coveringletter with matching envelope would catch the eye of the market and attract schools to the site (which we also developed) 362448
They agreed; Modyford issuedletters of accreditation which authorized the pirates to act in the name of the British Crown.
"It's a publication unlike any other I've seen," says ... Joyce Maynard, "full of very honest writing by me and the men and women who subscribe, who send me extraordinarily movingletters about their own lives."
They will not printletters referring to other publications' material.
I had a semi-threateningletter about some trees on one of my properties about the same situation a few years back.
The Washington Post weighed in with articles on how easy it is to constructletter bombs and ship them undetected through the U.S. mail.
No figures, symbols or conjoinedletters will be accepted.
3. screeve--from the French escriver (écriver) to write, means to write beggingletters.
John, Joe, and the others are probably also related to the people whose names are found on the credit cards and driver's licenses displayed in advertisements, and I assume they all know the mysterious "M. Marts" whose name appears on dunningletters from American Express, above a signature that looks like it was drawn on an Etch-a-Sketch.
When documentation is in order and fees received, a confirmedletter of place will follow and you may apply to NZ Immigration for your student visa.
Zhuang, a Tai language spoken in Southern China, defies typographers by employingletters resembling the numbers 2 through 6 to indicate syllabic tone: \symbol\.
I've enclosedletters they, and some of their teachers, have written us.
Imagine if God had not just stopped at ELS, but advance to encodedletters at intervals spaced by geometric progression, or more complex patterns which would only be cracked by super computers!
In his book "Better than Nostradamus", he examinesletters written by Albert Pike and another man from Italy which say they want to introduce a Luciferian aspect to all Masonic Lodges and bring about three world wars.
Lately, we have been remiss only in writing discouragingletters to job applicants, because virtually all have written merely to a name and address found in a list of book or periodical publishers.
Will we, or our children, be talking their essays into microphones, composing peripatetically and out loud like Wordsworth "writing" his poems, or bosses dictatingletters to secretaries in 1950s TV sitcoms?
In the following transmission, it is easy to predict the concludingletter: WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR AL .
Letters of Introduction The Otago Chamber of Commerce can arrangeletters of introduction through the international chamber network.
No accompanyingletters or school reports or testimonials are needed as they have no effect on the outcome.
The bulk of the collection was brought together by Theo Van Gogh, who also kept over 800 letterswritten by his brother, which, when read in conjunction with viewing the paintings, bring life and context to the works themselves.
Following the interview an Interview Report was sent to the consultant under cover of a letterdated 18 November 1991 and Mr S was invited to submit his comments in writing within ten working days.
(Many of the letterssent to Miramax chairmen Harvey and Bob Weinstein were homicidally anti-Semitic.)
In November, we sent you a letterasking you to include us in your 1999 budget.
But even that letterstated that the Senate would not attempt to compel Clinton to testify.
The Chairman read a letterreceived from a concerned resident in favour of the metric numbering system as it had been introduced in Te Awamutu.
The remaining positions, which are present in at least 95% of the sequences, are separated into four groups (H-2C.1): 1) those which are conserved in 98-100% of the sequences in the group (shown with red upper-case lettersindicating the conserved nucleotide); 2) those which are conserved in 90-98% of the sequences in the group (shown with red lower-case letters indicating the conserved nucleotide); 3) those which are conserved in 80-90% of the sequences in the group (shown with large closed circles); and 4) those which are conserved in less than 80% of the sequences in the group (shown with small open circles).
Thank you for your email and attached letteroutlining your request for a time extension for Te Paepae Aotea (Volkner Rocks) Marine Reserve Submission period.
The computerized letterbegan with the rundown of every family member's 'accomplishments' for the last year.
Sample lettersrequesting leave, and for your employer's response to your request and, if necessary, advising you on your rights to paid parental leave, are available on this site.
Applicants should wait until they are sent a letterconfirming registration which will include the APC renewal (Invoice).
But a gallery of letterspublished in the May 23 issue of Science says this finding hardly undermines Chomskyan linguistics.
Lettersadvising parents of the acceptance or non-acceptance of their children for the following year will be sent out at the end of July and on a case basis for later individual applications.
The paper cites the example of "one veteran Washington tax adviser" who was amazed to receive an IRS letterinforming him that he owed $1,175 in AMT.
The author, Donald Rayfield, who teaches Russian literature at the University of London and has previously written two critical books on Chekhov, spent three years in Russian archives (going through, among other items, 5,000 letters written by Chekhov, 7,000 lettersaddressed to him).
You may recall from my earlier letterregarding our 50th reunion that a room in the Union Building has been reserved for our use following the banquet on Friday.
195: "Suggestive Gestures" Last week, the British government received a letteroffering advice on an ongoing investigation.
I had to ask someone what those lettersstood for."
Trent Lott, say the papers, sent Clinton a lettersigned by him and half of the Republican caucus, for a total of 28 senators, requesting that the president make himself available for a deposition.
214: "Nutkin" You give the brief lead; I give the headline from London's Independent : "LetterReveals Nutkin Was a Savage Squirrel."
McCain claims only 15 letterssought help for entities that contributed more than $2,000 to his presidential coffers, but the Times points out that the campaign's count may exclude letters written to aid Senate campaign contributors and lobbyists.
They will not print lettersreferring to other publications' material.
Dear Prudence, " " ' s disgusting letterconcerning meal and gift parity, along with her psychotically misguided ideas of the whys and wherefores of giving gifts are a great deal more than "alarming."
In other words, there are some who believe that we might be well advised to attend to what Milton, Donne, Dryden, Jefferson, Franklin, Lincoln, Byron, Shelley, Keats, Austen, Alcott, Dickens, and thousands of others have contributed to the molding of the language in all its reflexes and who find it difficult to understand the usefulness to be derived from an analysis of idle telephone and flatmate conversations, student essays read by no one other than the instructor charged with their marking, business lettersread by no one other than their (individual) recipients, non-printed examination scripts exposed to nobody, social letters, classroom lessons, business transactions (between, for example, architect and 2 clients and solicitor and client), and so on.
Since then, campaign honchos have peppered the paper's reporters and editors with constant phone calls and letterscomplaining about unfair treatment.
In a letterposted on his Web site following President Clinton's acquittal, Weyrich said: 1) "the United States is very close to becoming a state totally dominated by an alien ideology"; 2) Republican campaigns for the presidency in such an environment are futile; and 3) to "make sure that we and our children are not infected," conservatives "need some sort of quarantine."
- -Faithfully, Eyes Front Dear Eyes, Thank you for one of the better lettersinviting Prudie to reconsider.
A few days after Douglas' lettersappeared, a pronouncement quite similar to Douglas' emanated from Don Hewitt in Army Archerd's column in Daily Variety (click here to read the whole thing): The real hero/reporter of "the tobacco wars" is not Lowell Bergman, but it was Walt Bogdanich, now of 60 Minutes , who did the "tobacco wars" work for ABC news.
When he was preparing to leave, I wrote him a letterexplaining my unease about his departure, because I felt we had somehow missed our chance at what could have been a real relationship.
Some are short notes, and some are astoundingly personal lettersdescribing events in the lives of the authors which took our breath away.
The expression fuck-you money, unknown to the editor before a reader lettercalled it to attention, was first cited to 1986, thanks to a search of the Nexis database.
As a predictable response to this resurgence of interest in minority languages, today's Toledo Blade runs a letterurging that English become the official language of the country.
They all report that among censure proponents a fallback has emerged: getting as many senators as possible to sign a lettercondemning Clinton's behavior.
An ELS is a string of letterscompiled by pulling letters out of a text at regular intervals.
In another letterreleased at the hearing, President Clinton provided his first detailed defense of the clemency.