All of KJB
Flooring's operatives hold valid CSCS cards, are trained in asbestos awareness and manual handling and certain employees hold the Site Supervisors Safety Training Scheme award and CITB Health & Safety award.
during her high jump Jessica Ennis after her heptahtlon hurdles world best yesterday
But the KJB
Trust, which I chair, was not only intent on a year of celebrations.
On the Douay-Rheims side, its major mid-18th century revision by Bishop Richard Challoner adopted much of the language of the KJB
57) For the effect of KJB
English on American readers, see Gutjahr, American Bible, 153.
Last Saturday night a blue Mercedes C180 Kompressor saloon, KX04 KJB
was taken from a home in Oakfield Gardens in Atherstone after thieves reached in through a cat flap and took the keys to the door.
The final part consists of nine appendices ranging from printer's errors in the 1611 edition, variations between the first and second editions, lists of errors drawn up at different times, spelling changes in the current text and most important for the lover of the Authorised Version, variant readings in the KJB
text set out in tabular format.
Norton notes at the outset that the quality of the KJB
as English prose is a given among educated people in English-speaking cultures.
Enterprises Limited has been in existence for 12 years.
In spite of its vivid and direct language, the KJB
is now little used in Christian worship although it still features in Sunday services in Christian Science churches (though, increasingly, modern translations are used for mid-week services).
Russell Morris, of Landmark Information Maps, said: "The KJB
focused on industrial, populated areas.
It's still early days but I was buoyed by the work of Celtic's KJB
- Kayal, Juarez and Brown - in the victory over Utrecht'