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To Cassandra she wrote, "He appears to far more advantage Enow than he did at Godmersham, not surrounded by strangers and neither oppr essed by a pain in his face or powder in his hair.
While Montaigne closes his essay by musing on relative independence--"Few are enow for me; one will suffice, yea, lesse than one will content me.
To score 70 points and to concede none was certainly our target and we are happy with the win and w enow need to move on, '' he said.
He also served as COO of eNow (later acquired by AOL-Time Warner).
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Here with a Loaf of Bread beneath the Bough A Flask of Wine, a Book of Verse--and Thou Beside me singing in the Wilderness-- And Wilderness is Paradise enow.
He was badly advised to go public as we wanted to go down the correct channels, as wear enow doing.
in aid several of our old friends & I am sanguine enow to hope that if they can be prevailed on to work with you much good may be done.
Note, for example, the Charlie Parker-like latticework of chromaticism that underlies her gently bubbling expression of romantic devotion "I Know You Enow," or the intricate chord progression on which her wordless Latin workout "I Adore You" is built.
Frederick Ebot (centre) with (from left) dancers Adelina Sede, Lindah Kingah, Maurice Enow, Victor Yembra and BuerteyJoshua Nyamadi.
Joe said: ``There's a huge demand for our stock and w enow want to develop the business by creating our own brand.
While existing search methodologies focus on archiving Web content and indexing it offline, eNow for the first time facilitates the search of an enormous amount of information as it is being generated.