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ACDTApple Certified Desktop Technician
ACDTAustralian Central Daylight Time (UTC + 10:30 hour)
ACDTAccident
ACDTAcademic Computing Development Team (Oxford University Computing Services; Oxford, England, UK)
ACDTAmerican College of Digital Technology (Serbia)
ACDTAdvanced Concept Technology Demonstration
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A natural accident, such as will happen now and then
I consider," said Sir Oliver, "that blinkers are dangerous things in the night; we horses can see much better in the dark than men can, and many an accident would never have happened if horses might have had the full use of their eyes.
In the fewest words, the Sergeant showed them the evidence of the footmarks, and told them that a fatal accident must have happened to her.
He agreed with Peter Donnelly that Jackson should have got damages, and he went farther and called the action heartless and cold- blooded that had turned the worker adrift after he had been made helpless by the accident.
A similar accident happened to a French aeronaut, Madame Blanchard.
I am but poor company altogether, sir," says he, "but I can think of nothing but this dreadful accident, and the trouble it is like to bring upon quite innocent persons.
The accident to your train happened in a dreary part of the country, some thirty miles from here.
It was about a week after the accident in Pendleton Woods that Pollyanna said to her aunt one morning:
The road, then, was quite clear of obstacles, and Phileas Fogg had but two things to fear-- an accident to the sledge, and a change or calm in the wind.
And they might not even then have suspected it, but for the following little Accident.
I suppose all these years since his accident will not exist for him.
Mrs Blifil answered, No; she was sure some accident had befallen him; for that he would never stay out without sending her word, as he must know how uneasy it would make her.