TRACES


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TRACESTrade Control and Expert System (EU veterinary network)
TRACESTri-Service Automated Cost Engineering System
TRACESTRANSCOM Regulating And Command and Control Evacuation System
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Like the least intelligent of detectives I went on blindly over the traces of footprints which told me just no more than they could.
Now for the strength and patience to find sensible traces to fit in with my thinking--and these must come within the circle I have drawn between the two bumps on my forehead!
Doth the man who recognizes in his own heart no traces of avarice or ambition, conclude, therefore, that there are no such passions in human nature?
It was therefore necessary, before everything else, and at all risks, that I should cause all traces of the past to disappear -- that I should destroy every material vestige; too much reality would always remain in my recollection.
I hoped to find some traces which had escaped me in the darkness.
All traces of the caches were then carefully obliterated.
The rocks about me were of a harsh reddish colour, and all the trace of life that I could see at first was the intensely green vegetation that covered every projecting point on their south-eastern face.
The reason why women are so prominent is obvious: since most families and tribes claimed to be descended from a god, the only safe clue to their origin was through a mortal woman beloved by that god; and it has also been pointed out that `mutterrecht' still left its traces in northern Greece in historical times.
The toil of the traces seemed the supreme expression of their being, and all that they lived for and the only thing in which they took delight.
What would be the result if he roused new hopes by resuming the effort to trace Miss Silvester, and if he lost the trace a second time?
I am ignorant if these remarks are new, or if they will be confirmed by closer examination ; but I think, that, on a hasty observation, Coningsburgh offers means of curious study to those who may wish to trace the history of architecture back to the times preceding the Norman Conquest.
We must discover her by personal description -- we can trace her in no other way.