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If you are still interested, perhaps I could suggest to you that you read Medical Matters backwards and we might arrive at the same point?

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An attempt to arrive at that which lies back of the form considered, or to reach the idea that is responsible for the form

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This process gradually steps up the consciousness and enables the aspirant to arrive at the life side of manifestation instead of the form side

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‘Do you fancy a cuppa?’ I suggested, changing the subject as, conveniently, we arrive at the tea tent

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Stephen rambles on mentioning lots of other people and telling me a little about them until we arrive at the venue by which time I have forgotten most of what he has said

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They were the last to leave the cross and the first to arrive at the tomb on the morning of His resurrection (Luke 23:49, 55,56; 24:1-10; John 19:25-27;

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On the fourth day, I was happy to see Aphrodite and Theano arrive at the asram

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So, at 8:00 o' clock in the evening all three of us -Helen, her brother and I- arrive at Clair's two-storeyed house in Kalamaki

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It looked sandblasted after their journey, but they now knew how lucky they were to arrive at all as a ballistic projectile

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'You arrive at the terminal, see the insurance desk, you are asked if the place you're going is your final destination and you are told this is your last and final call for flight 666, terminating at Athens Airport

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Please stay in your seats until we arrive at the gate

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Unsurprisingly, we arrive at the head of the wasteg without any major problems – I am becoming inured to Berndt’s apparent infallibility! Leaving me holding the two ggs, he goes off to the Wastegmaster’s office to make enquiries about barges going across to Chester

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to arrive at a more accurate time of occurrence

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No matter what age we arrive at, we enjoy perfect health and as much vigor as the age will allow

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Against all the odds, we arrive at the office on time

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Billy and Bex arrive at Snuggles just after eight

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If required this can go on ad infinitum and never truly end, at least according to the postulated maxims of Zeno of Thrace who proposed that if you continue to halve the distance between yourself and your destination you will never arrive at your destination

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Very few of them, it seems, arrive at the age of thirteen or fourteen

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Though their marriages are generally more fruitful than those of people of fashion, a smaller proportion of their children arrive at maturity

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To excel in any profession, in which but few arrive at mediocrity, it is the most decisive mark

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Trees and hedgerows disappeared under the heavy earth moving equipment as the staunch engineers of Mesapit scourged across the fields and woodlands eventually to arrive at Mr

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personal interests, and finally they arrive at the

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“Yes, your dad called and said that you’ll arrive at the back

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And so the chronicle will proceed effortlessly to arrive at this

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have made Bhatia ma’am proud, for I did arrive at a solution at a

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As there was not chance to arrive at

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Sally rushed through the door in a frenzy, apologizing profusely to her dear friend, explaining that she had taken longer than expected with some calls to her suppliers and that an accounting glitch also affected her timing to arrive at the luncheon punctually

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Irish cattle could never be imported for their use, but must be drove through those very extensive countries, at no small expense and inconveniency, before they could arrive at their proper market

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“I could most certainly see how one could arrive at such a conclusion

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This, combined with her wayward limbs, a bearing that was naturally off-centre and a shakiness arising from an afternoon spent making an inventory of her master's liquor cabinet, gave rise to grave doubts that the plate would ever arrive at the table replete with its original contents

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"Curious though," said the collector, "that this woman you spoke of should arrive at your chambers, claiming to be incapable of feeding herself

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Hereafter, perhaps, the natives of those countries may grow stronger, or those of Europe may grow weaker ; and the inhabitants of all the different quarters of the world may arrive at that equality of courage and force which, by inspiring mutual fear, can alone overawe the injustice of independent nations into some sort of respect for the rights of one another

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They arrive at their cousins’ house with the newspaper, the photo album, and four large pepperoni pizzas

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In order to successfully arrive at a chosen destination,

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‘I told you I would arrive at four am,’ the man whispered

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They, and two civilian space-liners making up a fleet of five vessels, had left Earth at the same time as Vanguard but a combination of Vanguard’s greatly superior engine technology and Captain Novikov’s impatience had allowed Vanguard to arrive at their destination many hours ahead the rest of its fleet

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The Aunt only lived three courtyards away, so it only took a few minutes to arrive at her door

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If we added 173,880 days to this date, keeping in mind that calendars were reorganised from a 360-day calendar in ancient times to a 365-day calendar in 701 BC by Numa Pompilius, we arrive at April 6th, 32 AD

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The servants of the most careless private person are, perhaps, more under the eye of their master than those of the most careful prince; and a public revenue, which was paid in kind, would suffer so much from the mismanagement of the collectors, that a very small part of what was levied upon the people would ever arrive at the treasury of the prince

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It would be illogical to assume that his explanation of starting with a clean canvas and providing the sequence of his actions to arrive at a finished product, actually implies having removed (erased) an earlier painting

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38 If we now have a strong magnetic field, generated by mechanics within the Earth that are different to what we have today - considering that through extrapolating back in time, we arrive at a stronger magnetic field, using the mechanics inside the Earth after the Flood, and also keeping in mind that the core would probably have had more mobility within the Earth (provided by the additional water lubrication from the fountains of the deep, before the Flood) what would be the outcome? If this layer of water existed homogenously between the crust and the mantle, it may have prevented contact between the inner and outer layers of rock and aid in the mobility of the core inside the Earth – just as one would have with a present day ball-bearing for example

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New Testament passages, we may arrive at the

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The Somers was the first ship to arrive at Point Isabel

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, he leads or follows Dad until they arrive at the treat drawer

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prepared and was proposed to be sent through British channels to be delivered to Captain Waddell should he arrive at one of the

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If indeed he did arrive early, that craft would not arrive at this location

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He estimated he would arrive at the location by three pm

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I happened to arrive at the house at that time, and he must have recognized me as well

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The carriers all turned up shortly after, for though the African is slow, he is fairly sure, and you may generally rely on him to arrive at his destination, although he takes his own time to do so

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One time, I saw a constable arrive at SAP COIN a bit worse for wear and when he opened his kitbag; his mates loaded his cricket kit in and chucked his uniforms out

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I was the first one to arrive at the hall on a chilly winter’s morning

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It is Evil‘s custom to shield itself from criticism in the (artful) manner it encourages (a) Moral Neutrality by obfuscating notions of Good and Evil, a condition of the mind susceptible to individuals who have failed in their efforts to cultivate a proper spiritual and moral awareness of the fundamental agencies separating the two and therefore likely to arrive at the conclusion that such differences are either objectively unverifiable or the product of social convention(s)

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Checking in: When you arrive at the hotel …

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“You mean you know how to control the direction you travel in and the time you arrive at? Frank, you have to tell me: What is it? How did you find out? Is it accurate?” William could not ask his many questions fast enough

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While Paul was waiting for them to arrive at the library, he had obtained a printout of the posting in the classifieds that caught his attention

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“I’ll be on the first bus so I should arrive at about one thirty

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What is the problem with our pilots at present? Lack of operational experience when they arrive at the front

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“This vessel is inbound towards the port of Charleston and we arrive at the sea buoy in twenty minutes

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He was a man with sufficient courage (just barely) to find his way up a burned and broken staircase, cross a floor of gaping holes which exposed the charred remnants of support timbers he trusted with his life, to arrive at a corner window

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LP waited for sunset to finally arrive at quarter to ten, with cold gale force winds blowing again

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It occurred to him that it made sense, that a thing without a soul indeed smart enough to make assumptions and generate ideas of its own, would arrive at such a conclusion

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road and hopefully arrive at the fortress within two days

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Students now arrive at the university ignorant and cynical about our political heritage, lacking the wherewithal to be either inspired by it or seriously critical of it

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But how would he arrive at the conclusion that I am a socialist?

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He thought it would and added that we would arrive at Boriquen that evening

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That way I can ensure that you arrive at your destination safely

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When they arrive at

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As she waited for him to arrive at her house, unaware what time he would arrive

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or who departs by sea but does not arrive at the port, can he be comforted? 4 Or he who promises to give a present to another, but

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ourselves to arrive at the truth without any

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Tomorrow, “next time,” he is sure he will arrive at the green meadows of his dreams in pristine and odorless purity

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To arrive at its first port of destination, Aruba, Vision of the Seas had to cross the waters along most of the coast of Cuba

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“Not too long, we’ll soon arrive at our destination

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To arrive at the summary route, write out a mask in

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It originated as a departure point for the Chilkat Trail, a route that the Indians used to arrive at the canoes to fish for salmon

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From both these points, we arrive at the following conclusion: Occidental Union Administrators should dismantle all barriers that prevent the pursuit of scientific knowledge; that is, every avenue of scientific research must be explored

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And you think you are improving our lives? How did you arrive at that conclusion or calculate that so-called improvement? My dear Administrator, you are the one employing a sophism

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They would arrive at the lodge, have dinner and spend the

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, we arrive at the security gates leading to the Van-Bailey Stills

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due to arrive at the lodge with Jason Briggs

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Supreme Court of California arrive at the decision the Proposition defining marriage as a rite between a man and a woman unconstitutional? They came to this decision for one reason only

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It took well over an hour for a SD state cop to arrive at the scene

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The next day, Janay and Lelani arrive at TCM Communications to meet Queen Latifah as Rashad, who is VP of TCM, welcomes them

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Torin looks at the time and realizes that he and Raymond only have two hours to arrive at the dedication

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We all discuss and debate, presenting our points of view, then together, we arrive at a consensus—this because we all love each other and there is no selfishness here

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was ready for him to arrive at the previously-agreed

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“When we arrive at Hilia, there will be matters discussed that should be kept from public knowledge, for the time being

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in the car with my husband’s family, and waited to arrive at my new

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It did not take long for an armed guard to arrive at our door with an arrest warrant for me

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1 And it came to pass after these things that note! the heavens were opened and I saw and power was given to me and a voice was beard from on high and it said to me: 2 Baruch Baruch why are you troubled? 3 He who travels by a road but does not complete it or who departs by sea but does not arrive at the port can he be comforted? 4 Or he who promises to give a present to another but does not fulfil it is it not robbery? 5 Or he who sows the Earth but does not reap its fruit in its season does he not lose everything? 6 Or he who plants a plant unless it grows till the time suitable to it does he who planted it expect to receive fruit from it? 7 Or a woman who has conceived if she bring forth untimely does she not assuredly kill her infant? 8 Or he who builds a house if he does not roof it and complete it can it be called a house? Tell Me that first

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All the prestigious people began to arrive at the palace for the queen’s party

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Now the commander was speaking again, in the manner that drew instant attention, as he ordered, “See to it then, that you succeed! This seal ring,” he continued less severely, as he removed something from his tunic, “will allow you to show from where the authority comes to do whatever it takes to arrive at your destination safely,” he concluded, handing a rather ornate instrument to Moshe

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As big a stone as a man of thirty years old can roll and let go down into the depth even falling down for twenty years will not arrive at the bottom of Hades; as the prophet David said before And He made darkness His secret place

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Soon they arrive at the airport of Arica, and as they approach they can see over 20

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do whatever it takes to arrive at your destination safely,” he concluded, handing a rather ornate

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It should arrive at Lindisfarne a few weeks after this letter

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When the hunting-birds arrive at Lindisfarne, please send word to the mainland and the King will send someone to your island to collect them

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6 And let the apostle when departing take nothing but bread until he arrive at his resting-place; but if he ask for money he is a false prophet

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The manual laborer judging only by his limited personal experience cannot arrive at a true knowledge of the nature and functioning of business and economic life

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you arrive at a junction