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JECTJournal on Excellence in College Teaching (Miami University; Oxford, OH)
JECTJournal of Extracorporeal Technology
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Otherwise he would be encoring it every time we had a good sub- ject, and that would be inconvenient, because I hadn't any more bombs along.
The loud soldier launched then into the sub- ject of the anticipated fight.
At this he gazed for a time into my face, earnestly, and made as if to change the sub ject. I heard him beginning to mutter something unexpected, about his children growing old enough to require schooling.
Burns did not display undue interest in the sub- ject. He ran over the old tale of that savage ruffian's iniquities with a certain vindictive gusto and then concluded unexpectedly:
We were one; and as much so by our tempers and dispositions, as by the mutual hardships to which we were necessarily sub- jected by our condition as slaves.
It required a degree of courage unknown to them to do so; for just at that time, the slightest manifestation of humanity toward a colored person was denounced as abolitionism, and that name sub- jected its bearer to frightful liabilities.
The twigs overhung the current thickly, and from distance to distance a large limb of some tree pro- jected rigidly over the stream.
And she had ob- jected to him praying aloud in the evening.
Feasibility studies are being finalised and the pro- ject is due to move on to the finance-raising stage.
The Dam is pro- jected to be the tallest such construction in the world, spanning 335 meters (1100 feet).
"Everybody can now pro- ject their own views about alcoholism onto this study."
Work is well under way on a multi -million pound pro ject to build a triple-decker roundabout at the SILVERLINK JUNCTION IN NORTH TYNESIDE.