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Barunda suggested that in case of some possible emergency causing the quarry to return down the river it would be well to have a force remain at the long-house to intercept them.
She knew that if any had seen her leave the prahu they would naturally expect to intercept her on her way toward the nearest shore, and so she took this means of outwitting them, although it meant nearly double the distance to be covered.
"I but just now intercepted one who seemed over-anxious to reach this door--it was he whom they call Astok, Prince of Dusar."
One after another the savages, turning restlessly, appeared to resume their slumbers, and rejoicing at the stillness which prevailed, I was about to rise again from my couch, when I heard a slight rustling--a dark form was intercepted between me and the doorway--the slide was drawn across it, and the individual, whoever he was, returned to his mat.
Crooks in the unfortunate expedition in which they had been intercepted by the Sioux Indians, and obliged to make a rapid retreat down the river.
As mentioned above, the four-aircraft cooperative guidance process is a typical finite time process, and the cooperative intercept model established in Section 2 is also applied in the finite time interval.
Many modern autopilots can fly an assigned heading to intercept the selected nav.
A: It wasn't long after The Intercept published an article titled, "Top Secret NSA Report Details Russian Hacking Effort Days Before 2016 Election," that 25-year-old Reality Leigh Winner was arrested in connection with the leak.
Biomedical company Cerus Corporation (NasdaqGM:CERS) reported on Thursday that The Community Blood Center (CBC) of Appleton, Wisconsin has submitted the first Biologics License Application (BLA) to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requesting allowance for interstate distribution of platelets that have been pathogen-reduced via the INTERCEPT Blood System.
Aircraft from RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire were also launched as a "precautionary measure" yesterday but were not required to intercept the Russian jets.
Intercept is a UK cloud service provider with a focus on the financial services and insurance sectors.
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