PROCEED


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PROCEEDProgram for Community Engagement in Engineering Design (University of Michigan)
PROCEEDPuerto Rican Organization for Community Education and Economic Development
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I have reflected, said Adeimantus, and am anxious that you should proceed.
This he had done, and was now going on in wooden shoes and in his humble dress, for the bell sounded with so deep a tone, and with such strange power, that proceed he must.
that all the things which we clearly and distinctly conceive are true, is certain only because God is or exists and because he is a Perfect Being, and because all that we possess is derived from him: whence it follows that our ideas or notions, which to the extent of their clearness and distinctness are real, and proceed from God, must to that extent be true.
Nature's Law prescribes two antagonistic decrees affecting Circular propagation; first, that as the race climbs higher in the scale of development, so development shall proceed at an accelerated pace; second, that in the same proportion, the race shall become less fertile.
But proceed to the point; why are we travelling over this mountain to-day?
To do justice to any subject, sir, the narrator must he suffered to proceed in his own way,” continued the sheriff.
Besides, there is an elevation of character about Oliver that proceeds from education, which would forbid so clan- destine a proceeding.
He was to proceed westward, with a brigade of trappers, to Bear River; a stream to the west of the Green River or Colorado, where there was good pasturage for the horses.
As to those just causes of war which proceed from direct and unlawful violence, it appears equally clear to me that one good national government affords vastly more security against dangers of that sort than can be derived from any other quarter.
The national government, in such cases, will not be affected by this pride, but will proceed with moderation and candor to consider and decide on the means most proper to extricate them from the difficulties which threaten them.
If you do, you may now proceed to their exemplification in the following pages: if you do not, you have, I assure you, already read more than you have understood; and it would be wiser to pursue your business, or your pleasures (such as they are), than to throw away any more of your time in reading what you can neither taste nor comprehend.
Even if the parties settle, and "no petitioner remains in the post-grant review, the [Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB)] may proceed to a final written decision.
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