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MODELMovement for Democracy in Liberia
MODELMovement for Democracy and Elections in Liberia
MODELMultimedia for Open and Dynamic Executives Learning (knowledge management project)
MODELModest Ordinary Differential Equation Library (computer programming)
MODELMultidisciplinary Optimization and Design Engineering Laboratory (University at Buffalo; Buffalo, NY)
MODELMentors Opening Doors, Enriching Lives
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The model threw aside the paper she had been reading, La Petite Republique, and sulkily, throwing off her gown, got on to the stand.
Now, to think of these vagabonds,' said he, 'attracting the young rabble from a model school.
Phillips to sit with the model Minnie Andrews--she found on her desk a big luscious "strawberry apple.
Upon which great models he had principally formed himself; sometimes according with the opinion of the one, and sometimes with that of the other.
If it had been found impracticable to have devised models of a more perfect structure, the enlightened friends to liberty would have been obliged to abandon the cause of that species of government as indefensible.
This little affair,' said the Time Traveller, resting his elbows upon the table and pressing his hands together above the apparatus, `is only a model.
He made the first public experiment at Willis's Rooms, but afterward removed his model to the Adelaide Gallery.
Wa-al, Enoch Fuller he made a model o' the old Ohio, and she's to Salem museum now.
I began to imitate this master of mine almost as soon as I began to read him; this must be, and I had a greater pride and joy in my success than I should probably have known in anything really creative; I should have suspected that, I should have distrusted that, because I had nothing to test it by, no model; but here before me was the very finest and noblest model, and I had but to form my lines upon it, and I had produced a work of art altogether more estimable in my eyes than anything else could have been.
In the wealthy Kashinsky province, which always took the lead of other provinces in everything, there was now such a preponderance of forces that this policy, once carried through properly there, might serve as a model for other provinces for all Russia.
It is not my fault that things cannot be so arranged, and that one must be satisfied with model flats.
If the Mediterranean, the venerable (and sometimes atrociously ill- tempered) nurse of all navigators, was to rock my youth, the providing of the cradle necessary for that operation was entrusted by Fate to the most casual assemblage of irresponsible young men(all, however, older than myself) that, as if drunk with Provencal sunshine, frittered life away in joyous levity on the model of Balzac's "Histoire des Treize" qualified by a dash of romance DE CAPE ET D'EPEE.