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References in classic literature ?
Old Augustus, blinking good-naturedly, opened his mouth and in popped Wallace's head.
Augustus for having an "honest and genuine dialogue'' with leaders of local communities of color and including among the many recommendations in his report several suggestions they had made.
Little Green Men" joins "The Milk of Paradise" and "Bytes and Species" in the canon of Adam Quinn works published through Augustus Books.
The changes made to the number, height and locations of the proposed turbines on the Culachy Estate have resulted in no visibility from key areas of interest in Fort Augustus.
Augustus is a rare example of a leader whose military genius was matched by his political skills.
Instead of moping over the situation, Hazel and Augustus opt for exploring the thrill of being in love.
I thought about how much cooler and, like, better a person Augustus is than Ansel.
Additionally, Augustus II announced that, simultaneously with its formation, the Company closed a new $96.
According to the Huffington Post, the kiss came as a surprise as both Taurasi and Augustus, who were teammates on the US women's national team, were on the point of coming to blows and were having heated words given that Mercury was being routed by Lynx in the opening game of the WNBA Western Conference Finals.
More than 20 people have come forward - after a BBC Scotland investigation - to say they were abused at Fort Augustus and Carlekemp, its feeder school in East Lothian, from the 1950s to the 1990s.
A BBC Scotland investigation, Sins of the Fathers, said ten monks at Fort Augustus repeatedly beat, sexually assaulted and, in one case, raped boys in their care.