WICEWorld Institute for Conservation and Environment
WICEWLRA (World, Leisure and Recreation Association) International Centre of Excellence
WICEWorld Industry Council for the Environment
WICEWindow for Information Communication and Entertainment
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'No,' replied the Dodger, 'not here, for this ain't the shop for justice: besides which, my attorney is a-breakfasting this morning with the Wice President of the House of Commons; but I shall have something to say elsewhere, and so will he, and so will a wery numerous and 'spectable circle of acquaintance as'll make them beaks wish they'd never been born, or that they'd got their footmen to hang 'em up to their own hat-pegs, afore they let 'em come out this morning to try it on upon me.
"Guv'ner," says Phil with exceeding gravity, "he's a leech in his dispositions, he's a screw and a wice in his actions, a snake in his twistings, and a lobster in his claws."
Brian Wice, one of those prosecutors, on Monday filed a document with the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals seeking more time to ask the court to rehear the case.
WICE: We started in 1993 as a part of WICE Group which had firms throughout Hong Kong, Singapore and Thailand as a freight service company.
Wits Centre for Ethics (WiCE), Faculty of Humanities, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
(2) Wits Centre for Ethics (WiCE), University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
wice the drink limit A GRAPHIC designer drove after drinking at a networking event to promote his business.
It has also been a fantastic experience to participate in the WICE Awards process and celebrate achievements across the construction and engineering sector."
(9) Metaphorizing mental anguish, he invokes extravagant forms of medieval (or purgatorial) torture: Gridley experiences Chancery as being "dragged for five-and-twenty years over burning iron" (250), (10) George names Tulkinghorn a "slow-torturing kind of man" (727), Phil Squod calls Smallweed "a screw and a wice [sic]" (538), and Krook quotes the suicide Tom Jarndyce's old harangue about the lawsuit: '"it's being ground to bits in a slow mill; it's being roasted at a slow fire; it's being stung to death by single bees; it's being drowned by drops; it's going mad by grains'" (71).