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DETAILDiabetics Exposed to Telmisartan and Enalapril (research study)
DETAILDistance Education Training and Integrated Learning
DETAILDeveloping English Teaching and Internship Learning (UK)
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In process of time, as the arts of war developed, it increased in size and strength, and although recorded details are lacking, the history is written not merely in the stone of its building, but is inferred in the changes of structure.
Also, I would have written an account of the ceremony, but that there will be no one to report to me the details.
And it is absolutely unnecessary, because if I am right in my surmises, whether ambassador or hall porter it's a mere detail.
She, his Dolly, forever fussing and worrying over household details, and limited in her ideas, as he considered, was sitting perfectly still with the letter in her hand, looking at him with an expression of horror, despair, and indignation.
So, not to go into too many details," went on the professor, "I'll just give you a brief outline of this story of the idol of gold.
All the details that we have met with, prove him to be no ordinary man.
The gods are classified chronologically: as soon as one generation is catalogued, the poet goes on to detail the offspring of each member of that generation.
It occurred to me that a work of this kind might comprise a variety of those curious details, so interesting to me, illustrative of the fur trade; of its remote and adventurous enterprises, and of the various people, and tribes, and castes, and characters, civilized and savage, affected by its operations.
These are exactly the details I asked for," said the king.
He got in all the details, and that is a good thing in a local item: you see, he had kept books for the undertaker- department of his church when he was younger, and there, you know, the money's in the details; the more details, the more swag: bearers, mutes, candles, prayers -- everything counts; and if the bereaved don't buy prayers enough you mark up your candles with a forked pencil, and your bill shows up all right.
What would Sonya and the count and countess have done, how would they have looked, if nothing had been done, if there had not been those pills to give by the clock, the warm drinks, the chicken cutlets, and all the other details of life ordered by the doctors, the carrying out of which supplied an occupation and consolation to the family circle?
If he could but learn the details of this plan, thought De Vac: the point of landing of the foreign troops; their numbers; the first point of attack.