WIRT

AcronymDefinition
WIRTWeb Interaction Response Time
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She drove out solemnly in their great family coach with them, and Miss Wirt their governess, that raw-boned Vestal.
Miss Wirt and these two affectionate young women so earnestly and frequently impressed upon George Osborne's mind the enormity of the sacrifice he was making, and his romantic generosity in throwing himself away upon Amelia, that I'm not sure but that he really thought he was one of the most deserving characters in the British army, and gave himself up to be loved with a good deal of easy resignation.
In the course of fifteen or eighteen months' daily and constant attention to this eminent finishing governess, what a deal of secrets Amelia learned, which Miss Wirt and the black-eyed young ladies over the way, which old Miss Pinkerton of Chiswick herself, had no cognizance of
Let me make it clear that I believe in the channel," said Wirt.
Wir gleuben und bekennen fiir Got, euer fiirstlichen gnaden und der gantzen welt, das Jesus Cristus der war lebendig Got, Vater, Son, Heiliger Geist, und der gantzen welt heiland ist, vom himel gestigen, aug Marien der jungfrauen geporen, fur uns alle menschen am creutz ein ewigs genugsames opffer gestorben, aufferstanden mit ehrn, gen himel genommen und am jungsten tag zu richten lebendig und todten, gewiglich kommen wirt.
Monroe also named William Wirt of Virginia as his attorney general.
The dispute arose when Fritz Wirt, the Daily O'Collegian general manager who is not a student, allowed someone to write for the Web site that the print editor said she had previously fired.
Both charges stem from his claim in 2004 that he was injured while working as a school bus driver for the Wirt County Board of Education.
Bev Wirt, Carolyn Domaleski Bryan, Kathleen Davies Wesley
Livingston and Wirt (2003) describes some of the challenges that today's community college transfer students must conquer, such as enrollment restrictions that are making it harder for transfer students to gain access into the university.