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    1. A student of the Bible, David is concerned with the direction of today’s church and to this end will assist this editor to publish materials much needed in the church today

    2. No doubt there were hushed meetings where the trend of its position was noticed even now and debates over who would be first to publish

    3. We are informed that a service of thanksgiving will be held in the Great Gotteshouse in London next month and will publish details as soon as they are available

    4. In the future, it hopes that Federal agencies will publish grant announcements electronically, in a single format and on a single web site (www

    5. I retired in February 2014 and now I’m doing what I love, writing and working to publish the books collecting electronic dust over the years

    6. I retired for good in February 2014 and now I’m doing what I love, writing and working to publish the books collecting electronic dust over the years

    7. in 1602, he did not succeed to publish it in Italy,

    8. they don’t publish in full)

    9. He seemed quite pleased with his theory and wanted to publish it somewhere

    10. The thing is that legally, as long as what you publish is the truth and in public interest or already public knowledge their chances of winning a libel case against you (or me for this book) are less than zero and the publicity you gain for your cause is tremendous

    11. This punished with a sentence of up to twenty years imprisonment should any person “utter, print, write, or publish any disloyal…or abusive language about the form of government of the United States, or the military…or the flag

    12. Would I need to publish

    13. Write and publish her story

    14. Go to Pages/Add New and for the title type in “Board Rentals” than click Publish

    15. In other words, they wont publish anything that's actually about magic

    16. well they wouldn’t publish

    17. Universities; also to publish books that teach

    18. To publish in the press in general and Internet and to

    19. 9 And they cut off his head, and stripped off his armour, and sent into the land of the Philistines round about, to publish it in the

    20. 20 Tell it not in Gath, publish it not in the streets of Askelon; lest the daughters of the Philistines rejoice, lest the daughters of the

    21. and to publish its book, without the tools are

    22. II - to publish all the news of the activities of Bank3Sector;

    23. For instance, millions of newspapers publish the same news; millions of companies register the same cadastral data; thousands of softwares and procedures make the same thing in Internet, residences and in the companies; the diverse encyclopedias also portray the same thing

    24. The question even went to whether he would publish what he knew

    25. 1Sam 31:9 And they cut off his head, and stripped off his armour, and sent into the land of the Philistines round about, to publish it in the house of their idols, and among the people

    26. 19 Therefore you shall publish the copy of this letter in all places, which the Jews may freely live after their own laws

    27. mention to the nations; see, publish against Jerusalem, that watchers come from a far country, and give out their voice against the

    28. house of Jacob, and publish it in Judah, saying, 21 Hear now this, O foolish people, and without understanding; which have eyes, and

    29. 7 For so says the Lord; Sing with gladness for Jacob, and shout among the chief of the nations: publish you,

    30. lion has roared; who will not fear? the Lord God has spoken; who can but prophesy? 9 Publish in the palaces at Ashdod, and in the

    31. publish and to affix in writing (as Calvin thinks the custom of the prophets

    32. opinion that the prophets, in order to publish their prophecies, wrote out the

    33. Moses tried his best to publish what the Lord had told him, but the Jews did not listen

    34. Charlotte had in fact, been the first to publish many of my uncle’s works, notoriously obliterating some of my uncle’s most private passages, ridding the World of the chance to ever read his accounts first hand

    35. Make sure you have the answers to these questions, publish your

    36. ―We could publish a newspaper with our stories in it

    37. You could publish it on CD-ROM or on the web

    38. eBook Of Reviews: Publish an ebook of stuff that's related to your target audience that you could review like products, web sites, movies, etc

    39. which partly funded her research, insisted that she should not publish

    40. You need to have a crystal clear understanding of the needs and challenges of your target audience so that you can publish content that consistently communicates your brand promise, and is useful and relevant to their needs

    41. Anytime you write and publish a blog post, you want people to not only read it, but comment and share it with their connections

    42. “They say David, paid the media never to publish photos of his family,” Emily answers, then swallows another spoonful of her dessert

    43. Almost the worst thing Joseph did was to publish an Act of Tolerance, granting all Christians and Jews religious

    44. information I publish here as a means of judging me

    45. During this time, Pops continued to publish and print the Duncan Hines guidebooks at his press in Ithaca

    46. We will publish the report in its final version

    47. I went on to publish Park Communications and my former professor went on to become a government press secretary

    48. 26 And when you have done some things shall you publish and some things shall you show secretly to the wise: tomorrow this hour shall you begin to write

    49. 45 And it came to pass when the forty days were filled that the Highest spoke saying The first that you have written publish openly that the worthy and unworthy may read it: 46 But keep the seventy last so that you may deliver them only to such as be wise among the people: 47 For in them is the spring of understanding the fountain of wisdom and the stream of knowledge

    50. from a local newspaper to publish an article about the recent transaction

    1. · I don't remember where I published this

    2. This meeting's published agenda was to review strategy leading up to the encounter with the asteroid they had set in motion on their previous pass thru the brown dwarf's gravity well

    3. He has published two books, Notes

    4. Anyway, at a moment he found a black pen and the opportunity to smudge two of the three pages of my published story! When I saw that, I flew off the handle! The little monster managed to stain the only success I've had in my life insofar!

    5. The Kassikan obviously has the wherewithal to observe that asteroid, there were many other observatories on the planet that had published reports on their data network

    6. The Promise of Hope: Now and Selected Poems (to be published in 2014

    7. Of course the Shempala Lakes Tourist Council that had published these highly symbolic maps four centuries ago could have exaggerated the size of the lakes by a whole lot and the lakes might really be thirty eight and twenty nine miles long instead of the hundred ten and seventy that was shown on this map

    8. Every journalist and commentator in the world of newspapers, television and radio, together with every member of the chattering classes and everyone who was anyone in the established elite, were all talking about the soon to be published paper

    9. The two masters of official prose worked like Trojans throughout the whole of the night before the paper was due to be published, collating pages by section and sections by chapter

    10. The rest, as they say, is history, although throughout his long years of retirement, when he published his memoirs and his diaries and tried to settle into a state of fatherly grace in the House of Lords, the once great politician told anyone who would listen that he had been right, that his opponents had been wrong and that a report with blank pages was exactly what he had intended all along

    11. "Not much of today's science is published," she said in a way that said the subject was closed

    12. Bailey, who is a published author on the subject of hypnosis

    13. A study published in the respected British

    14. In a study published in 2002 in the respected Journal of

    15. published, collating pages by section and sections by chapter

    16. years of retirement, when he published his memoirs and his diaries

    17. published with their comment…

    18. The date for the initial round of testing was published and all hopefuls were provided a cursory outline of the subjects which were to be assessed

    19. Mandy and Belle published notices of hiring for the 'Concessions,' and Sarah Bunker assisted them in sifting through the applications for the most likely candidates based upon her firsthand knowledge of her former students

    20. He has in his possession a magazine article published in Kln, a city of forty-something million about nine thousand miles to the northeast

    21. Nuplayy, the astronomer who published the article, also re-published an old proof that showed that this null wasn’t stable and that all the bodies would eventually crash to the surface

    22. Each one was large enough to cause quite a crater when it hit and he published this as a plea that it be watched so that when it did move people could be warned

    23. This problem was disputed by other astronomers who published other equations saying the body's own gravity would keep them together

    24. Now a Nuplayy of Ebnaiyah out of Kln has published some observations on the new and tiny chain of moons, stuck in Narrulla’s null point

    25. Upon examining, however, the accounts which have been published of their annual produce, I have not been able to observe that its variations have had any sensible connection with the dearness or cheapness of the seasons

    26. "There have been some old and new pictures of Gordon's Lamp published," Alan continued, "and the telescopes used are more than good enough to let me recognize Gordon's Lamp

    27. After all the wonderful tales which have been published concerning the splendid state of those countries in ancient times, whoever reads, with any degree of sober judgment, the history of their first discovery and conquest, will evidently discern that, in arts, agriculture, and commerce, their inhabitants were much more ignorant than the Tartars of the Ukraine are at present

    28. They'd most likely destroy Zhlindu because that was where the articles about the shuttlecraft and androids were published

    29. published posthumously and it is gathering selected and

    30. disease (according to a study published in the

    31. The principles upon which it was founded are explained by Mr Law himself, in a discourse concerning money and trade, which he published in Scotland when he first proposed his project

    32. In 1751 and 1752, when Mr Hume published his Political Discourses, and soon after the great multiplication of paper money in Scotland, there was a very sensible rise in the price of provisions, owing, probably, to the badness of the seasons, and not to the multiplication of paper money

    33. Though at present few people, I believe, doubt of this, yet during this period five years have seldom passed away, in which some book or pamphlet has not been published, written, too, with such abilities as to gain some authority with the public, and pretending to demonstrate that the wealth of the nation was fast declining; that the country was depopulated, agriculture neglected, manufactures decaying, and trade undone

    34. published a bull for the general emancipation of slaves

    35. In the very imperfect accounts which have been published from Doomsday-book, of several of the towns of England, mention is frequently made, sometimes of the tax which particular burghers paid, each of them, either to the king, or to some other great lord, for this sort of protection, and sometimes of the general amount only of all those taxes

    36. Ten years after that, I published the first of my seven textbooks, and I began teaching

    37. It was published in 1942

    38. He published his results a year later, but it received a lukewarm response

    39. To be published in 2014

    40. He had spent over forty years investigating thousands of childhood cases around the world that suggested the possibility of reincarnation and had published numerous books before his demise

    41. Days later, a local newspaper published a two-page write-up on the Tibetans’ way of life

    42. Since the book was published, similar cases that surfaced later were also described using such a term

    43. The writing resulted in a book called ‘A World Beyond’ published in the early 1970’s that remains relevant today

    44. When Kurt was digging into the records at the library for this trip he found a book published in 2025 by the State Commerce Department, which outlined the phenomenal turn around of the town

    45. This system, however, with all its imperfections, is perhaps the nearest approximation to the truth that has yet been published upon the subject of political economy ; and is upon that account, well worth the consideration of every man who wishes to examine with attention the principles of that very important science

    46. Her novel, Sebastian Cupid, is her second published book

    47. She has also published Porter House, a paranormal romance

    48. This has even been published in a joint statement of the Inter-Academy Panel on International Issues (IAP) by 92 national and international science academies

    49. Continuing down this road, let us shift our focus to Bible Codes which became popular after Michael Drosnin’s book was published

    50. Napoleon had published a proclamation of neutrality in the

    1. Lopez is also the founder of the ClubIG which he started in an effort to raise the consciousness of all those concerned with their environment The club publishes a newsletter every month on website or yearly via snail mail, which discusses new products new procedures, and a number of timely topics relating to planting and growing

    2. At last! One of the uncountable (and usually dead-end) ideas I come up with in order to improve my life has just brought a result! Having found out recently that the monthly magazine “Greek Fantasy” publishes short fantasy stories of new writers, I thought of sending them one

    3. "In was in that newsletter your 'governador' publishes," she used the Portuguese word, there is really no translation in the native language

    4. publishes salvation, who says to Zion, Your God reigns! 8 Your watchmen shall lift up the voice; with the voice together shall they

    5. Society (IHS) publishes and revises the “International Classification of

    6. No matter what company publishes a book, there will be some mistakes

    7. For instance, users can +1 (or in other words, endorse) the updates a company publishes, leave comments, upload photos, and tag the brand in them

    8. Homes & Gardens also publishes a seasonal magazine which focuses on décor with a lot of information regarding specific projects

    9. Publishes selected items

    10. financial reports that every company publishes

    11. Anyway, old Alec writes a book, and this girl publishes it, and they both make a hatful of dough on it

    12. publishes a story like this one, not only does that make it legitimate for everybody else to jump on the bandwagon, it just about requires them to take a tougher line

    13. When Jared Woodard publishes, we are sure that it will be good, and parts of Charles Cottle’s latest book have tremendous value

    14. So the prospectus is the most comprehensive information about itself that a company ever publishes

    15. Every listed company publishes an annual report of some kind

    16. Forbes publishes and distributes more than 40 investment newsletters

    17. S&P publishes surveys on many industries, including real estate investment trusts (REITs), chemicals, publishing, restaurants, and homebuilding, to name just a few

    18. Author Mark Wolfinger, who publishes the Options for Rookies

    19. Wilshire Associates publishes data of the returns of growth and value stock groupings of various company sizes from 1978 (one of the many goodies available in the Morningstar database)

    20. In addition to the VIX, the CBOE calculates and publishes index data on a variety of volatility-related equity indexes

    21. The CBOE publishes a variety of put-call ratios going back as far back as 1995

    22. Every week, the Saturday edition of the Wall Street Journal publishes a list of the biggest weekly insider individual trades that happened within that week

    23. Zarubkin? In Kiev I have a friend who publishes fashion-plates

    24. It is discouragingly seldom that a book comes to the reviewers’ hands, which, by its virility and its honest merit as literature, in the old and true sense of the word, rises as high above the average as does “The Garden of Allah,” which Robert Hichens publishes through the Stokes Company; and it is because it truly possesses these qualities that it gives promise of a life of appreciation which will outlast many other volumes in the year’s crop of fiction

    25. Conze 56 publishes a sepulchral monument which seems to him to mark the first stage of growth

    26. Léon Feer publishes an article entitled "L'Enfer Indien," in which he confines himself to the Buddhist hells, leaving the Brahmanic hells for another study

    27. Euting in his Sinaïtische Inschriften publishes 67 inscriptions copied by him in the Sinaitic peninsula

    28. He declares that he is not yet ready to announce his discovery more exactly, but publishes several bricks with the names and titles of several princes of Ashnunnak hitherto unknown

    1. What will Angie do? … forgot to mention the idea of publishing that diary … oh well, you can tell her next time you see her

    2. It is, in fact, a methodology based on the old Dickensian philosophy of serialization, but rather than stories appearing once a week in a magazine, new stories appear pretty much once a week across the globe in electronic format, using aggregators and direct publishing at sites like Smashwords

    3. With everyone’s confidence in his gardening knowledge thoroughly shattered and with old scores being settled, his programme was axed from the schedules and his publishing deals quickly dried up

    4. “Creating a blog and publishing pages online is a job done by everyone today but what counts more is building true respect as an author in the eyes of online community and search engines

    5. his programme was axed from the schedules and his publishing

    6. "I started the company because the traditional publishing companies that I contacted about my

    7. Then he noticed it was from Klarrain Publishing

    8. In the history of the arts, now publishing by the French Academy of Sciences, several of

    9. There were three Luray's, two were male and the single line about the female Luray said she was a tech and travel writer working for Klarrain publishing

    10. they needed a filter of works admitted for publishing, a

    11. Most of these publishing entities have web sites wherein they advertise

    12. Adyar: The Theosophical Publishing House

    13. A great revenue, half a million, perbaps {Since publishing the two first editions of this book, I have got good reasons to believe that all the turnpike tolls levied in Great Britain do not procduce a neat revenue that amounts to half a million ; a sum which, under the management of government, would not be sufficient to keep, in repair five of the principal roads in the kingdom}, it has been pretended, might in this manner be gained, without laying any new burden upon the people; and the turnpike roads might be made to contribute to the general expense of the state, in the same manner as the post-office does at present

    14. Matejka has written and directed a 13-week radio show, developed and written a Puppet Program and edited MSS for various publishing houses, including two cookbooks sold to raise funds for a Pregnancy Center in the business of saving babies

    15. As early as 1943, interestingly enough a year prior to the publishing of Rand"s

    16. Another black unsung hero of today"s America who has suffered many insults from uneducated blacks and liberal white demagogues, especially with his publishing of „The Content of Their Character

    17. Don’t underestimate how little your reader may actually know about the subject or product you Pepinfo Publishing

    18. Where German-Americans had been one of the most strongly bilingual ethnic groups, with Germans as pioneers in the bilingual education field and publishing many German language newspapers, magazines, and books, much of that came to an end

    19. Lately, The Washington Times has been publishing well

    20. The book was being published in America by Raider Publishing

    21. Our hope in writing and publishing this book is to save lives,

    22. Now, this is where most authors thank all those who were instrumental in bringing his work to the point of publishing, with the editing, polishing the text, etc

    23. I looked into subsidy publishing at some point but found it to be much too expensive for my level of resources

    24. A print-on-demand breed who was into electronic publishing, the kind that I had heard the big publishing houses were trying to ramp up their operations to include as a hedge against complete failure

    25. work with publishing of the Area of Activity

    26. AA, a former college suitemate with publishing experience, showed interest in a

    27. HR, head of a publishing company, two decades ago wrote especially encouraging words although the

    28. She inherits all of Terry’s publishing and recording interests

    29. The second book, ‘Terry’s Nightmares’ is an exciting book for teenagers…” The agent says in a publishing meeting as he is interrupted

    30. It was a tiny publishing house in the basement of a brownstone, run by the Kisters, who had owned a large publishing house in Warsaw and had escaped from the Warsaw Ghetto

    31. We see this endeavour as a valuable addition to Accordingly FAN strongly supports the RBJ Trust initiative, publishing the promote the aims and objectives of the Filmmakers Association of Namibia and hence Accordingly FAN strongly supports the RBJ Trust initiative, publishing the welcPom

    32. Babeuf, who resumed his publishing of his newssheet, immediately

    33. the time I wrote this, I was terrified of publishing what she had done

    34. together in the publishing business

    35. sure about the publishing rights on that one, so this non-link will just have

    36. (Note: I keep trying to re-read and polish this up for publishing,

    37. with the publishing revolution

    38. He already had publishing, public relations, promotion advertising, and franchising under his belt

    39. in some way, even if you're publishing the results for their use, a great research tool at

    40. Park’s accountability device: the teletype that Park had familiarized himself with during his early newspaper and publishing experiences

    41. “If all these quotes were glowing in a book from famous academic, publishing and political giants, true captains of industry, what weight would anybody give a couple of complaining serfs? They’d say those guys have problems

    42. “Different things; Marketing and Publishing, Properties, Oil, Iron and Stock Markets” I said

    43. McWilliams indicated he had been approached about selling by publishing firms within Oklahoma, but said their offers were much lower than Park’s

    44. In the same issue of the Park Communications tabloid that contained the news of my return to outdoor, Babcock reported (in a box I did not write) that my new responsibilities were a demanding, full-time job that would leave no time for me to continue editing and publishing Park Communications, which I had done for the past four-and-a-half years

    45. With grateful thanks to Bluewood Publishing where this story was first published

    46. After publishing this book I was invited by several people to give seminars about

    47. I pushed through the doors of Gilmore Publishing with an armload of folders

    48. 1 And Jesus went out again from the borders of Tyre and Sidon and came to the 2 Sea of Galilee towards the borders of Decapolis; And they brought to him one dumb and deaf and entreated him that he would lay his hand on him and heal 3 him; And he drew him away from the multitude and went away alone and spat 4 on his fingers and thrust them into his ears and touched his tongue; and looked 5 to Heaven and sighed and said to him Be opened; And in that hour his ears 6 were opened and the bond of his tongue was loosened and he spoke with ease; And Jesus charged them much that they should not tell this to any man: but the more 7 he charged them the mare they increased in publishing and marvelled much and said This man does everything well; he made the deaf to hear and those who lacked speech to speak

    49. 4 Mona Charen, Useful Idiots: How Liberals Got It Wrong in the Cold War And Still Blame America First, Washington, DC: Regnery Publishing, Inc

    50. , Inner Life, Madras (India), The Theosophical Publishing House, 1910-11 Leadbeater, Charles, W

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