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Franklin Blake presents his compliments to Miss Clack, and begs to thank her for the fifth chapter of her narrative.
The miller would have liked much to know the fifth, but the little peasant said: 'First, we will quickly eat the four things, for the fifth is something bad.
In the carriage, on the way down Fifth Avenue, they talked pointedly of Mrs.
The sixth and fifth know that "brave Broke" of the Shannon was no sort of relation to our old Brooke.
The sixth and fifth form boys ranged themselves in their school order along the wall, on either side of the great fires, the middle-fifth and upper-school boys round the long table in the middle of the hall, and the lower-school boys round the upper part of the second long table, which ran down the side of the hall farthest from the fires.
Our modern authors of comedy have fallen almost universally into the error here hinted at; their heroes generally are notorious rogues, and their heroines abandoned jades, during the first four acts; but in the fifth, the former become very worthy gentlemen, and the latter women of virtue and discretion: nor is the writer often so kind as to give himself the least trouble to reconcile or account for this monstrous change and incongruity.
As a genius of the highest rank observes in his fifth chapter of the Bathos, "The great art of all poetry is to mix truth with fiction, in order to join the credible with the surprizing.
Under the exclusive partnership, QED Investors will advise on the continued development of Fifth Third's strategy to leverage fintech innovation to bring new products and services to bank customers while promoting the growth of fintech companies in the US
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A correct fifth prepares you for a croise line and for all extensions where your working leg lifts: degage, fondu, developpe, grand battement, and grand jete.
Fifth Third, which came by it dowdy name in a 1908 merger, has engineered 90 acquisitions in the last 25 years alone, averaging close to four banks takeovers a year.
Fifth Third Bancorp and its wholly owned subsidiary, Fifth Third Financial Corporation (collectively "Fifth Third"), both financial holding companies within the meaning of the Bank Holding Company Act ("BHC Act"), have requested the Board's approval under section 3 of the BHC Act (1) to acquire First National Bankshares of Florida, Inc.