CIRCLE


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CIRCLECurriculum and Instruction Resource Center Linking Educators
CIRCLECenter for Information & Research on Civic Learning & Engagement
CIRCLECentre for Innovation Research and Competence in the Learning Economy (Sweden)
CIRCLECultural Information and Research Centres Liaison in Europe
CIRCLECenter for Immigrant and Refugee Community Leadership and Empowerment
CIRCLECenter for Improving Readiness of Children for Learning and Education (Houston, TX)
CIRCLEComputer Industry Resources Committed to the Leading Edge (Canada)
CIRCLECompassion, Integrity, Responsibility, Committment, Loyalty, Excellence (publication of McAlester Medical Center, McAlester, OK)
CIRCLECluster of Infrared Complementary Lasers in Europe
CIRCLECentral Illinois Recreation Council for Leisure Experience
CIRCLECentre d'Information et de Recherche Documentaire des Communautés Européennes (European Communities Information and Documentary Research Centre)
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Some of the briefer articles, which contribute to make up the volume, have likewise been written since my involuntary withdrawal from the toils and honours of public life, and the remainder are gleaned from annuals and magazines, of such antique date, that they have gone round the circle, and come back to novelty again.
In Donawerth, a free and imperial city of the circle of Suabia, the Abbe de St.
The family, too, though so kind and hospitable, had that consciousness of unity among themselves, and separation from the world at large, which, in every domestic circle, should still keep a holy place where no stranger may intrude.
Then the old woman, with an air of mystery which drew the circle closer round the fire, informed them that she had provided her grave- clothes some years before -- a nice linen shroud, a cap with a muslin ruff, and everything of a finer sort than she had worn since her wedding day.
Yet so long as it is the highest circle in the imagination of the best heads on the planet, there is something necessary and excellent in it; for it is not to be supposed that men have agreed to be the dupes of anything preposterous; and the respect which these mysteries inspire in the most rude and sylvan characters, and the curiosity with which details of high life are read, betray the universality of the love of cultivated manners.
Then, crouching, Kerchak slunk noiselessly around the open circle, veering far away from the dead body lying before the altar-drum, but, as he passed, keeping his little, fierce, wicked, red eyes upon the corpse.
Prince Hippolyte, having brought the workbag, joined the circle and moving a chair close to hers seated himself beside her.
Adopting the tactics of the desert fighters from which he had sprung, Achmet Zek led his followers at a gallop in a long, thin line, describing a great circle which drew closer and closer in toward the defenders.
He would cross the dry country and come to the good hunting in a third of the time that it would take to go far to the north and circle back again.
A score of howling blacks pushed and buffeted the prisoner down the village street and bound him to the post in the centre of the circle of little fires and boiling cooking-pots.
And his choice fell on a beauty belonging to the Court, who not merely belonged to the circle into which he wished to be accepted, but whose friendship was coveted by the very highest people and those most firmly established in that highest circle.
About the circle of light in the forest, in the darkness beyond, roamed hunting animals.