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APTLYAlliance of Pile Testing Laboratory (now the Alliance of Deep Foundation Testing Professionals)
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They continued to walk onward, while the elder traveller exhorted his companion to make good speed and persevere in the path, discoursing so aptly that his arguments seemed rather to spring up in the bosom of his auditor than to be suggested by himself.
Colbert and I, a prize for swiftness on the Loire, do they not aptly represent our fortunes; and do you not believe, Gourville, that one of the two will be wrecked at Nantes?"
Left early to his own guidance, he had begun to be self-dependent while yet a boy; and it was a condition aptly suited to his natural force of will.
The view was striking: it may aptly be compared to a framed engraving, where the frame represents the breakers, the marginal paper the smooth lagoon, and the drawing the island itself.
But he never consciously carried his actions outside the sphere of his own duty; and in this case the two attitudes were aptly tested.
He spent his latter years, as has been aptly said, in a sort of perpetual tea-party, surrounded by bevies of admiring ladies, and largely occupied with a vast feminine correspondence, chiefly concerning his novels.
The doodle aptly depicts the famous parade floats that decorate the cities on the day throughout the nation -- each representing a different component of India's history: environment, architecture, textiles, wildlife, monuments, and farming.
New Delhi [India], Jun 26 ( ANI ): The makers have dropped the teaser of 'Fanney Khan' and it aptly narrates the musical journey of Anil Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Rajkummar Rao.
Dubai -- Al Barari has introduced 99 four-bedroom villas in a collection aptly titled 'The Nest'.
I say aptly because you need the saints to look after you when you venture into the new road layout.
Mansize Rooster and Britpop anthem Alright were real crowd pleasers, and they ended aptly with the song that started it all, the punky Caught By The Fuzz.
APTLY IN THE SCENARIO Col Sameer Bhadauria, Sector Commander Sector III (Malakal) of the INDBATT, presented the text books to the faculty of Basic Sciences, Veterinary Sciences and Animal Production.