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He argued that if one slave re- fused to be corrected, and escaped with his life, the other slaves would soon copy the example; the re- sult of which would be, the freedom of the slaves, and the enslavement of the whites.
Wherever we halted where there was a crowd, he would give me a look which said plainly: "if that thing could be tried over again now, with this kind of folk, you would see a different re- sult.
If the man had not been somehow a sympathetic personality I would have resented it like an in- sult.
According to The Associated Press, a commission set up to ensure that public sector strikers respect the law has said that the Sult strike was "irregular", being set too close to the Alitalia strike, which was the first to be called.
Expression and partial purification of SULT isozymes.
Pentachlorophenol, a SULT acceptor site inhibitor, prevented binding of 7-HC at all conditions.
Getting a habit isn't an accident, or the re sult of the 'power of the drug'; it's what you were after.
The collection of 10 plans, designed by Raleigh-based architect Bert Sult, ranges in price from $153,900 to $249,900.
However, first Mr Brown has to con sult the European Commission and government chiefs.
Los Angeles Police Department's Foothill Division detectives searched the home in the 13300 block of Garber Street at about noon Thursday after receiving an anonymous tip about drug activity there, said Detective Warren Sult.
His first publication, the novel Sult (1890; Hunger), about a starving young writer in Norway, was a great success.
His first novel, Sult (1890; translated as Hunger, 1899), met with considerable critical success and established him as an original and provocative writer.
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- Sulston, Sir John Edward