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FINDFoundation for Innovative New Diagnostics
FINDFlorida Inland Navigation District
FINDFuture Internet Network Design (NSF NETS research program)
FINDFoundation for International Dignity (human rights)
FINDFamilies of Victims of Involuntary Disappearance (Philippines)
FINDFlorida Interfaith Networking in Disaster
FINDFilipino Intercollegiate Networking Dialogue
FINDFederal Information & News Dispatch, Inc.
FINDFAA Internet National Directory
FINDFault Isolation by Nodal Dependency
FINDFramework for the Investigation of Navigation and Disorientation
FINDFigure out the problem, Intensify possible solutions, Name pros and cons for each solution and Decide which solution is best and act on it (handling emergencies)
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Tell them I think of them by day, pray for them by night, and find my best comfort in their affection at all times.
I thought I would feel along the wall and find the door in that way.
If the body's hid in the woods anywhere around the hound will find it.
They may have very good eyesight and all that; but when you ask them to find a man for you, they can't do it--and they have the cheek to come back and say that nobody else could do it.
I was wedged in between Redruth and a stout old gentleman, and in spite of the swift motion and the cold night air, I must have dozed a great deal from the very first, and then slept like a log up hill and down dale through stage after stage, for when I was awakened at last it was by a punch in the ribs, and I opened my eyes to find that we were standing still before a large building in a city street and that the day had already broken a long time.
A great stone that I happened to find, after a long search, by the sea-shore, served me for an anchor.
So at last, submitting to our sad fate, we spent the day in wandering up and down the island eating such fruits as we could find, and when night came we returned to the castle, having sought in vain for any other place of shelter.
If you ever find Solomon's ring and get possession of it, then come back to me, that I may explain the inscription on the ring to you, for there is no one else in the world who can do this.
The author returns to the Indies, and finds the patriarch of Aethiopia.
The Knight of the Rueful Countenance was still very anxious to find out who the owner of the valise could be, conjecturing from the sonnet and letter, from the money in gold, and from the fineness of the shirts, that he must be some lover of distinction whom the scorn and cruelty of his lady had driven to some desperate course; but as in that uninhabited and rugged spot there was no one to be seen of whom he could inquire, he saw nothing else for it but to push on, taking whatever road Rocinante chose- which was where he could make his way- firmly persuaded that among these wilds he could not fail to meet some rare adventure.
I do not know," she replied; "but he will find his way to me.
But I could find no saltpeter; indeed, no nitrates of any kind.