DATES


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DATESDetection and Analysis of Threats to the Energy Sector (project)
DATESDaily Adjustable Tax-Exempt Securities
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Two considerations help us to fix a relative date for the "Works".
The old chronicles did not weave their history into stories, they simply put down a date and something that happened on that date.
In all probability, the only persons in existence who knew the date were Sir Percival and the Count.
We can choose a certain date from among them--the one to draw this date first from beneath a piece of cloth will be the first."
Leaving the name standing, and the date and length of the captivity, they had erased the description of the misdemeanor, and written in its place, in staring capitals, "FOR THEFT!" or "FOR MURDER!" or some other gaudy crime.
The consul proceeded to sign and date the passport, after which he added his official seal.
"When you arrived here did you not sit down on the ground?" asked the genius, "and did you not take some dates from your wallet, and whilst eating them did not you throw the stones about?"
"My memory for dates is bad at the best of times," she said.
"Why should I deceive a stranger, or attempt to, in so simple a matter as the date?"
If, at the expiration of one year from that date, Mr.
On the date therein mentioned the prisoner at the bar, Mr.
The second title, "Concerning Justice," is not the one by which the Republic is quoted, either by Aristotle or generally in antiquity, and, like the other second titles of the Platonic Dialogues, may therefore be assumed to be of later date. Morgenstern and others have asked whether the definition of justice, which is the professed aim, or the construction of the State is the principal argument of the work.