M2P2Mini-Magnetospheric Plasma Propulsion
M2P2Multi-Media Pollution Prevention (various locations)
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I shall come to a prettier, yet, Nelly,' laughed the misguided man, recovering his hardness.
Lecount would, in the interest of the misguided young lady herself, accept the responsibility of privately identifying her, and would write back immediately to acquaint the elder Miss Vanstone with the result.
to see my misguided husband, and to reason with him?
She believed him to be heartless, selfish, and misguided, but she knew that he was not the loud, coarse, sensual, and ignorant brawler most of her mother's gossips supposed him to be.
Then turning to Zoraida, while I and another of the Christians held him fast by both arms, lest he should do some mad act, he said to her, "Infamous girl, misguided maiden, whither in thy blindness and madness art thou going in the hands of these dogs, our natural enemies?
Had no important step been taken by the leaders of the Revolution for which a precedent could not be discovered, no government established of which an exact model did not present itself, the people of the United States might, at this moment have been numbered among the melancholy victims of misguided councils, must at best have been laboring under the weight of some of those forms which have crushed the liberties of the rest of mankind.
It was not necessary to knock his friend on the head with the misguided packet.
The rebuke of a king is more to be dreaded than the clamor of a wild, misguided multitude.
said Cotton Mather to himself, "what shall be done for this poor, misguided people?
Such was the sophistry with which this misguided young woman-- enough.
I had a fear that, perhaps, I came because I wished to see thee - misguided by the Red Mist of affection.
It was one of the misguided Medora's many peculiarities to flout the unalterable rules that regulated American mourning, and when she stepped from the steamer her family were scandalised to see that the crape veil she wore for her own brother was seven inches shorter than those of her sisters-in-law, while little Ellen was in crimson merino and amber beads, like a gipsy foundling.