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1. The appeal made by Mr.
2. Her case was on appeal.
3. I made this appeal by.
4. I shall appeal to her.
5. She had huge sex appeal.
6. Porfiry, I appeal to you.
7. They all had their appeal.
8. Appeal to whom? said L.
9. Women were not his appeal;.
10. I'd better appeal to you, Mr.
11. Does that appeal to you?
12. Neither have any appeal to me.
13. But that appeal comes too late.
14. My first letter of appeal to Dr.
15. It only added to his sex appeal.
16. Neither option held much appeal.
17. It was an appeal to his chivalry.
18. Djamila a sort of enigmatic appeal.
19. The same limp wrist will appeal it.
20. The real appeal and power of the.
21. It’s probably lost its appeal.
22. Choose the ones that appeal to you.
23. Curb appeal is what brings buyers.
24. However, it is a ground for appeal.
25. No matter, it is a ground of appeal.
26. Rejected by all, I appeal to you.
27. It is a ground for appeal, though.
28. I made this appeal and held my peace.
29. Appeal to the emotons of the reader.
30. The appeal to the Emperor is written.
31. The Senate has rejected the appeal.
32. With mute appeal to ask they seem—.
33. The appeal had no grounds whatever.
34. Speaker, at the result of this appeal.
35. One plain answer is an appeal to facts.
36. A comfy loveseat spoke on first appeal.
37. It was certainly some appeal to 'Elsie.
38. I’ve never touched an appeal, Mattie.
39. He was the type to appeal to old ladies.
40. Yesterday I wrote a little on The Appeal.
41. The city! The idea didn't appeal to her.
42. You may appeal my decision and request.
43. This mournful appeal pierced the darkness.
44. This criminal refused to lodge an appeal.
45. I’ll appeal to the carpenters’ guild.
46. What can you do to appeal to this sense?
47. Tolstoi) to the appeal ‘Help!’ pp.
48. She was glad of this appeal for tenderness.
49. I have come on purpose to appeal about it.
50. That didn't appeal at all, Hart discovered.
51. Petersburg to enter an appeal in her case.
52. It is necessary to find grounds for appeal.
53. Günter in turn would appeal to his mother.
54. Upon appeal of the first sentence she was.
55. Only free men can appeal to the royal court.
56. It has an appeal to it that draws you in.
57. The spiritual appeal of the play is apparent.
58. The appeal was one which could not be ignored.
59. Many thoughts were entered for The Appeal, i.
60. A reason for an appeal can always be found.
61. The story of their trek held universal appeal.
62. He concluded, IBM shares have some appeal.
63. There was a lot of personal appeal after that.
64. Will there be an appeal asked the Queen.
65. This morning I wrote rather much on The Appeal.
66. At that point, his appeal dropped drastically.
67. It didn't go together with that kind of appeal.
68. Do not appeal to fear, pity, or mere sentiment.
69. The appeal to hospitality had an instant effect.
70. As Queen I have decided to uphold the appeal.
71. But there was an appeal, right? said Knox.
72. A hushed appeal to the Divines quickly followed.
73. I appeal to the gentleman from Rhode Island (Mr.
74. We have to get lawyers to do the Federal appeal.
75. The appeal was to emotion, not to the intellect.
76. And, Samantha, we need you to handle the appeal.
77. The mute appeal was more than Carrie could stand.
78. Even while sentenced to death and here on appeal.
79. I appeal to the honor of this night of frankness.
80. Pictures appeal to the eye much more than letters.
81. Stories also appeal to the narcissist in all of us.
82. Enthusiasm may wax wroth; hence the appeal to arms.
83. This criticism may have some appeal on the surface.
84. The instructor was trying to appeal to the man’s.
85. An appeal to laziness is a very strong appeal indeed.
86. It involves serious study and will appeal to those.
87. In the future anyone can appeal issues of fact, or.
88. This would appeal to most people as a fair response.
89. Something told me that they would not appeal to her.
90. Or of course they could appeal to a higher authority.
91. To the Court of Appeal, criminal department, etc.
92. The simplicity of the religion broadened its appeal.
93. Also I am thinking more and more often of The Appeal.
94. I never appeal to him, and never shall appeal to him.
95. What’s the appeal of playing with a ‘mast’?
96. Chewing over finite points of meaning has its appeal.
97. And one of the ways to do that is to appeal to spe-.
98. Jesus made His appeal in the context of praising our.
99. Harmony found these details only enhanced its appeal.
100. After all, in extremis, you have to appeal to someone.
1. The man was totally appealing.
2. She knew she looked appealing.
3. Theraderm is appealing due to.
4. It certainly is an appealing idea.
5. Sleep was more appealing than sex.
6. Yet he had appealing ways about him.
7. Inside it was not much more appealing.
8. There is no good reason for appealing.
9. He shall seduce millions by appealing.
10. Admittedly, the ads sound very appealing.
11. It didn’t look very appealing as a future.
12. He wondered if she found anything appealing.
13. The other proposition was far more appealing.
14. It’s not very appealing, but it is music.
15. Why would he want to stop me appealing?
16. Shipra was stunned to see her appealing beauty.
17. No option, however seemingly appealing, should.
18. GrandGoods is appealing because it’s an option.
19. They looked so smooth and appealing, and he felt.
20. Most found his station more appealing than himself.
21. Alas, she was more terrible than she was appealing.
22. The sales letter should be interesting and appealing.
23. If the concept of a target-date fund is appealing, Dr.
24. Well, maybe he found her mouth wateringly appealing.
25. Then she came out, the resigned look not very appealing.
26. My economic plight could not have been appealing, nor was.
27. That’s one of the reasons why Gavarnie is so appealing –.
28. A wisdom appealing book has the purpose of staying out of sex.
29. Fast growth is an appealing characteristic but not at any price.
30. They are already appealing for possible victims to come forward.
31. They gave me the guidelines for appealing their decision to the.
32. And the more his strength returned, the more appealing she became.
33. To the older children, a row with the soldiers was more appealing.
34. It wasn't very appealing to watch her struggle to contain herself.
35. Cairo would be so much more appealing if it were a little cleaner.
36. It was the "solids in space" idea that art was still appealing to.
37. This loyal following makes a writer more appealing to traditional.
38. This is appealing to your prospect, because they know they are not.
39. The Qaida creed is appealing to those dealing with extreme privation.
40. Your site has to be aesthetically attractive with visually appealing.
41. Essentially, you want to be sure that you’re both appealing to the.
42. Although this feature made for a visually appealing interface, it was.
43. The format and design of the sales letter should be appealing to read.
44. So what do these things mean? Anarchists are the most appealing of the 3.
45. The idea of a bottomless top is appealing but it’s generally volcanic.
46. Karen thought it was far more appealing than staying in Brady, Virginia.
47. Then he raised his arms again, as though appealing to the whole universe.
48. This reasoning is neither intellectually sound nor intuitively appealing.
49. He had to admit it to himself: the first choice seemed the most appealing.
50. In view of the reasons stated, I have the honour of appealing to you, etc.
51. Ralph’s rule was personal and arbitrary: appealing to him was hazardous.
52. Locking in a 10% loss didn’t seem as appealing as locking in a 25% gain.
53. I'm going to have them use Ethan here, because he's such an appealing type.
54. The idea is to make the litter tray the most appealing option to the cat by.
55. Neither was appealing but there was a consolation: he was still on full pay.
56. The idea of throwing darts at Pierce’s junk in effigy was pretty appealing.
57. Somehow the thought of kissing a stranger was even less appealing than usual.
58. Burnito’s face turns stern, and then it moves up to Cass’ appealing face.
59. An inmate in the local jail is appealing his conviction and sentence to death.
60. An inmate in the local jail was appealing his conviction and sentence to death.
61. Apparently, this fat tax is appealing for nutrition campaigners and supporters.
62. Her moaned made him taunt her with an appealing rhythm which she joined in with.
63. The more targeted and appealing your press release headline is, just like with.
64. The next step is to create an environment where the cat has only few appealing.
65. His face was appealing red and he was sweating, but stil he smeled very exotic.
66. This loyal following makes a writer more appealing to traditional publishers;.
67. Viral marketing has proven to be powerful if the content of a site is appealing.
68. She has a way of making the factionless life sound extraordinarily appealing.
69. Her voice was so stern and full of emotion, she was appealing to William for help.
70. I remember it was on this day a year ago that I began to find you most appealing.
71. And he set off for the elections without appealing to her for a candid explanation.
72. When you put instead, ‘No thanks, I’d rather miss out’ you are appealing to.
73. Her eyes, shuddering, appealing, gone, almost distracted, pleaded to him suddenly.
74. It was a beautiful, colourful, edible tableau and highly appealing to the appetite.
75. They’re very appealing in the short term, but they’re deadly over the long haul.
76. It when you are most appealing to members of the underworld community, he said.
77. The idea did seem appealing when Chalmers put it that way but Smith was still adamant.
78. He looked into her eyes and wondered whether they would seem so appealing afterwards.
79. So they miss that which is most exquisite, most appealing, in any city—personality.
80. Find an appealing activity that gives you the opportunity to push your physical limits.
81. City hall no longer seemed appealing because it was too close to the entrance of town.
82. One appealing explanation for this upward trend is that the relative risk of bonds vs.
83. Appealing through the damp, an Out-house at the rear linked the Inn to an Enclosure for.
84. Elizabeth prevented him from carrying out his plans by appealing to his sense of justice.
85. Their visually appealing bodies yielded oil-ridden symmetrical lines that infatuated him.
86. He was who he was, nothing could change that and as appealing as the thought of complete.
87. Doing that would make your resume not just more appealing, but also more professionalized.
88. Colors that I found appealing, even soothing, as I sat there in the dark against the wall.
89. Monique took one of Ralf’s hard hands in both her own and gave her most appealing smile.
90. He wrote a letter to the Weekly Chloroform appealing for cast-off boots for poor children.
91. Not very appealing to the palate, I know, but it will help you sleep through the night.
92. The guarantee of gaining something was more appealing than the probability of gaining more.
93. A ship full of humans never sounded very appealing, but out here was something exceptional.
94. If he was going to die anyway, a painless and quick public execution sounded more appealing.
95. It would be appealing to thrash that lowly husband with her walking stick, much like John C.
96. As interesting and appealing as this sounds, what does it have to do with my research?
97. For example, fast growth and high liquidity are appealing features, but only at the right price.
98. She was still hungry, having just had a roll, but the brown mass didn’t look appealing at all.
99. Everyone else agreed the ritualistic cleansing of the bonfires was a more appealing thing to do.
100. Only a problem drinker would understand how the sound of those tingling glasses can be appealing.
1. He appealed to me again.
2. I appealed to the courts.
3. It appealed to his dark side.
4. We also appealed to the Mind.
5. History and law appealed to him.
6. Then she appealed to Miss Healy.
7. It appealed to his bleeding heart.
8. The bishop-elect appealed to Rome.
9. She appealed to the saint to see.
10. The prosecutor appealed the case to.
11. This consideration appealed to Misery.
12. That thought fleetingly appealed to him.
13. He appealed to the Barbegs, ‘Surely.
14. Neither of those things appealed to her.
15. Shoplifting never appealed to you before.
16. It was not a thought that appealed to him.
17. He appealed to Mr Kearney and to Kathleen.
18. It appealed to passion rather than reason.
19. That could have appealed to his sense of.
20. The idea appealed to something deep within.
21. The idea of visiting Carla appealed though.
22. I appealed to Celia but she simply shrugged.
23. It was a setting that appealed to him greatly.
24. It was just a lifestyle that had appealed to me.
25. In the same way that waitering had appealed to.
26. It appealed irresistibly to the artistic instinct.
27. Wyoming appealed to her as did Maine and Arkansas.
28. He walked to the microphone and appealed for calm.
29. Instead, he appealed to the movers and shakers of.
30. The intricately weathered shapes there appealed to.
31. Bollobanes were soon appealed to by the ruling elite.
32. I appealed to him, with outstretched arms, The Gospels.
33. Disgusted with him, she appealed to the chief of police.
34. He appealed to enough Germans to assure himself of power.
35. I appealed to his iconoclast, millionaire rodeo-cowboy ego.
36. What really appealed to me was buying and selling real estate.
37. Samantha said, They appealed? The case seemed clear-cut.
38. And I was happy that at least I appealed to him on some level.
39. Sir Thomas had appealed to her reason, conscience, and dignity.
40. On being appealed to, he corroborated Dick Wantley's statement.
41. As a fully paid-up member, China appealed to the League for help.
42. The possibility of seeing the woman again greatly appealed to him.
43. The idea of the bad guy going after the bad guy appealed to me.
44. So we appealed for help in 3386 and got an overwhelming response.
45. To be part of the railroad machinery appealed to their egos.
46. But Read appealed his dismissal, and in 2003, the RCMP's External.
47. Hit ’em hard for twenty thousand bucks, which they have appealed.
48. The simplicity of inaction, of this fading protest, appealed to me.
49. The more he thought about it, the more the idea appealed to him….
50. The warmth, fragrance and colour of her body appealed to his senses.
51. And it was that confidence and surety of stance that often appealed.
52. Turning to Travis, her big blue-gray eyes appealed for understanding.
53. The moment Alice appeared, she was appealed to by all three to settle.
54. There was something in her which always appealed to people’s emotion.
55. The idea of passing the information to the authorities appealed to him.
56. You can see why it appealed to me as a location for a steamy, sexy scene.
57. His employer, Braley Resources, appealed to the ALJ, who suggested to Mr.
58. As always, Lonerock Coal appealed the order and refused to begin payments.
59. I had studied many various religions, and there were 2 that appealed to me.
60. On the train she ate what appealed to her—and what an appetite she had.
61. A crowd appealed to the senate to spare the other slaves of his household.
62. Never did she fret or complain, but, as usual, appealed continually to God.
63. Although the suggestion appealed to me, divorce seemed out of the question.
64. Wulfric had not appealed to the villagers’ self-interest in his arguments.
65. When he appealed for rest while burning up with fever, the Bird refused him.
66. He is also a God of magic and healing the sick when appealed to incantation.
67. Settling down has never appealed to me – I have no roots now - I live fast.
68. Grant shrugged his shoulders, Your solicitor hasn’t appealed has he?
69. This appealed to the boys who met the genial man on his rounds of the classes.
70. It was one she hadn't heard of before but everything about it appealed to her.
71. Maybe she was afraid she would never find a place that appealed to her as much.
72. The idea appealed to him, so he made a cozy pallet and she drove south and west.
73. They appealed to him in a friendly way, inquiring what he was so frightened of.
74. Quincy appealed from his decision, and required the yeas and nays on the appeal.
75. For five full seasons, Mandurin had appealed to other nations forewarning of this.
76. His claim was initially approved, but the award was appealed by the coal company.
77. Holland had always appealed to me, with its cosy homes and quaint shopping centres.
78. As the two brothers were preparing to flee their homes, Zeus had appealed to Ruwana.
79. Speaking is so primal, so emotional and so unfettered it appealed to me immediately.
80. Mr 3 appealed conviction and was denied, he was paroled on the 24th of November 2005.
81. When Ney was appealed to for his opinion he was so angry that he recommended retreat.
82. This was the plan which had appealed to him to afford the best chance of his security.
83. Armstrong was able to get in some amusing episodes that appealed exclusively to the East.
84. Betty had never cared for "Cork" but now the hot worried faces of its girls appealed to her.
85. It was unusual, and the sound appealed to Ravan as it occurred to him how seldom he heard it.
86. Edward! The captain appealed now to Lustig and Hinkston, holding the stranger’s hand.
87. The readywitted ninefooter's suggestion at once appealed to all and was unanimously accepted.
88. We condemned an innocent woman, and I would like to have the case appealed to a higher court.
89. You know the one thing that appealed to me in Roopa’s character is her sense of equanimity.
90. Well do I know which was the part that specially appealed to this man's business instinct--'.
91. His lonely daughter, bereft of her final hope and reliance, appealed to them both too strongly.
92. Oh! I am a clergyman, he said; and the clergy are often appealed to about odd matters.
93. Then it was back to "Deck The Halls" with their own lyrics, which I must admit, appealed a lot.
94. The idea of working and living abroad always appealed to him, but in reality it was impractical.
95. In a low, urgent voice he said: Have the townspeople appealed to the royal court before?
96. The process was well thought through and delivered in a way that appealed to all learning styles.
97. This idea appealed very strongly to overseas students whose own nations were under European rule.
98. Perhaps call them tax losses - which thought appealed to him for a cost reduction as he drove home.
99. But Rosamond had good reasons for suggesting to Lydgate that papa should be appealed to in writing.
100. I appealed to one who, in the discharge of what he believed his duty, knew neither mercy nor remorse.
1. Appeals in DC overruled them.
2. Court of Appeals shows how.
3. He appeals to her pride and.
4. Use the one that appeals to you.
5. Burger of the Court of Appeals in D.
6. This stretch of river always appeals to me.
7. Ninth District Court of Appeals, but by early.
8. Please! His appeals were directed to Lovern.
9. That’s who this girl appeals to—the regular guy.
10. What is it about this guy that appeals to me?
11. If you feel that nothing in here appeals to you, then.
12. This idea appeals to him, he even straightens up a little.
13. You're a student--whether the idea appeals to you or not.
14. You can write covered call options, if that appeals to you.
15. At my repeated knocks and appeals he answered through the door:.
16. In fact, the more I think of it, the more the idea appeals to me.
17. What is it about the page that appeals to you? What made you want.
18. Your headline gets noticed when it appeals to the reader's interests.
19. One of the biggest appeals of these diet plans is the ability to have.
20. All appeals to her taste she met gratefully, but saw nothing to alter.
21. Contract Appeals Division, in those bad old days) that I was headed to.
22. I believe that's what appeals to al of us who become enthral ed by the.
23. Instead they are appeals to emotion, to stereotypes, to dreams or fears.
24. Ikonin renewed his humble, piteous appeals, but the professor was inexorable.
25. States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in New Orleans, and many Marine.
26. German propaganda films had to launch appeals for winter woollies for the lads.
27. If he knows the truth, and she appeals to him, I believe he will spare the city.
28. The Deity or Devil whom we worship is not to be mollified by our suppliant appeals.
29. Christian writers never support this doctrine by appeals to the Bible, but only by.
30. It's probably because it appeals to me as much as it does to others, like yourself.
31. Make your appeals directly to the divine spirit that dwells within the minds of men.
32. I was returned to the Tarrant County Jail after The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals.
33. McQueeney had been a judge on the federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in California.
34. If this idea appeals to you, try creating your own lifeline to call upon when necessary.
35. The alliance appeals to the New Way government to provide extra policing around the area.
36. While it appeals to our emotions, it fails to bring that which we desire into our reality.
37. The court of appeals has not issued their opinion on the direct appeal yet but it will be soon.
38. The real estate tycoon who ordered the hit on Bolles was executed after exhausting his appeals.
39. The museum replies to Etienne’s appeals; they report that Marie-Laure’s father never arrived.
40. As with many other fundraising campaigns, this one makes ethical appeals of dubious moral logic.
41. On 9/17/2010 the state of Texas sued the EPA in a federal appeals court in Washington, DC claiming.
42. Distrusting his own judgment, his appeals to the opinion of Chingachgook were frequent and earnest.
43. As I have argued in Falsehood, appeals to illusion cannot be understood outside of our theoretical.
44. Our friends who have helped us hitherto must expect some urgent appeals before this fiscal year is ended.
45. Had this lady who appeals to us for help gone to live in Winchester, I should never have had a fear for her.
46. A Crimewatch reconstruction appeals for the the sweating, suspicious looking man in a wool hat to come.
47. Of the two viewpoints, the one which tries to avoid the perils of depression appeals most to the average bond buyer.
48. He was wholly passive to all the Roman governor's appeals to the Jews to withdraw their criminal charges against him.
49. Appeals to patriotism and religion are the crutches of the weak and hateful, whereas good policy can stand by itself.
50. There was something that touched me as I read this letter, something pitiable in the reiterated appeals to bring Holmes.
51. These included his scholarly work and his distinguished record as a Judge on the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.
52. Before you storm out, at least give us a chance to apologize, he says as he silently appeals to Miku to intervene.
53. Mathews," he said, "did you send that letter to the woman, saying I never paid attention to personal appeals? No? Then.
54. Calendar spreading is a simple strategy that appeals to many traders, but it has severe limitations which we will explore.
55. But in a matter like this, subtlety appeals to subtlety, and without imagination no man can follow another into these halls.
56. On 9/17/2010 the state of Texas sued the EPA in a federal appeals court in Washington, DC claiming that four new regulations.
57. To you, my brother, it appeals with the voice of an archangel to watch for in an hour when you think not, He will come.
58. It was not till the chairman had made several urgent appeals for more questions that Crass brightened up: a glad smile slowly.
59. Homosexual Priests, including those who have taken a vow of celibacy, falling prey to the appeals of temptation, whose sexual.
60. The company appealed the ruling to the federal Court of Appeals where it sat for two years before being remanded back to the ALJ.
61. His whole time now was engrossed by it, so that he could scarcely manage to answer all the letters and appeals addressed to him.
62. They were found guilty but immediately lodged appeals which took six years to hear and attracted controversy all over the world.
63. Though divine spirits may vary somewhat in the nature and extent of their experience, they react uniformly to all spiritual appeals.
64. He practiced law in Western Michigan eventually becoming an Administrative Law Judge hearing Social Security Administration appeals.
65. By this time, to our great joy, Brother Pope had returned, and he assigned me to my proper place after one of his own rousing appeals.
66. Haile Selassie appeals to the League of Nations: He makes a very dignified appeal, while the Italian delegates jeer and whistle at him.
67. But, when I remember that only two things can happen, and each of these possibilities appeals to me, the proposition becomes less frightening.
68. Both Le Bon and Trotter observe that the affirmative messages that build crowd unity are not usually appeals to the intellect of crowd members.
69. For several days and nights after he was sentenced I took no rest except when I fell asleep in my chair, but was wholly absorbed in these appeals.
70. In December, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals overturned Toney‘s conviction after the district attorney acknowledged that evidence was withheld.
71. How many people throw away these appeals to charity in disgust because they know that most of them are complete swindles? But the scamsters are smart.
72. A few minutes later, ten Secret Service agents entered the courtroom, accompanied by the Chief Justice of the United States Court of Appeals for the D.
73. To attain the second object the congress appeals to governments with the suggestion that they should disband their armies and replace war by arbitration.
74. Hence, the Lord appeals to Moses to show that he taught ‘future existence’ or the resurrection, which is the sense in which the latter phrase is used.
75. The old tyrant, maddened by one of his sudden accesses of suspicion, mingled spluttering appeals to their fidelity with imprecations and horrible menaces.
76. Pleadings for Vinnie, a man burned beyond recognition, appeals for him to live if his soul was worth saving, or, if not, that his suffering would be minimal.
77. To do their work, these explanations are leavened with emotional appeals to greed, to fear, and to the natural human desire to get ahead of one’s fellows.
78. Under questioning by Senator Smith, Bride said that undoubtedly the Frankfurt received all of the urgent appeals for help sent subsequently to the Carpathia.
79. The more appeals of this sort which you make, he said, the more determined are we that you shall tell us how such a State is possible: speak out and at once.
80. There still remained the long legislative due process between filing, revision, rehearing, titling, and possible appeals and submitting the signed petitions.
81. Oh, come, Timofey Semyonitch! The man is in trouble, the man appeals to you as to a friend, as to an older relation, craves for advice—and you reproach him.
82. Court of Appeals Building in New Orleans is the headquarters for the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals that hears cases throughout Texas, Mississippi, and Louisiana.
83. The courts of appeals, the district courts, the Court of Claims, and the tax court are among the courts that have been established for specific purposes by Congress.
84. As a star, she is of course entitled to treat herself to any luxury that may seem to tempt her histrionic appetite, and the Gallic siren evidently appeals to her.
85. She fled out into space with a flutter of skirts, landed lightly as a cat and pirouetted on one toe, crooking her arms in the professional pose that appeals for applause.
86. Fortunately, the appellate courts just below the Supreme Court, called the United States Courts of Appeals, generally do an excellent job in resolving outstanding issues.
87. Lastly, before I file anything with the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals I will have to be comfortable with the veracity of the witness and the credibility of the information.
88. Even the state owned newspaper The Herald carried reports of the unrest caused by ‘the unfounded rumours about the President’, but their appeals for calm went largely unheeded.
89. A letter confirming the company’s course of action, and what happens next in the process, including the appeals mechanism will be sent to you at your home within the next three days.
90. The staff officer joined in the colonel’s appeals, but Bagration did not reply; he only gave an order to cease firing and re-form, so as to give room for the two approaching battalions.
91. The staff officer joined in the colonel’s appeals, but Bagratión did not reply; he only gave an order to cease firing and re-form, so as to give room for the two approaching battalions.
92. Currently the socialist judges on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has banned school children in nine states from saying the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag because of two words -under God.
93. To these appeals her Government has been equally inflexible, as if willing to make sacrifices of every sort, rather than yield to the claims of justice, or renounce the errors of a false pride.
94. Robert Bork, law professor, former federal appeals court judge, and a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute has spoken frequently on the role of the Supreme Court in undermining the Constitution.
95. About the only times she really appeared formally in public as Overseer was on Thursday afternoons, when she held her court of high justice to judge severe criminal cases or hear judicial appeals.
96. And variety being the spice of life, one of the Islamic appeals to the enamored male converts could have been its appetizing ‘four wives’ regimen as opposed to the monogamous dharma of monotony.
97. In all negotiations, therefore, with that power, it may be taken as a certain truth, that your chance of failure is just in proportion to the publicity and obtrusiveness of threats and appeals to fear.
98. Nick’s dad, George, was the Executive Assistant (Chief of Staff) to then-IL governor, Otto Kerner, who went on to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals before he was imprisoned for his misdeeds as governor.
99. Why, after learning to live without their opium, did the people return to it? It is said that the richness and beauty of the ceremonial in the Orthodox Church appeals to the Slav love of colour and drama.
100. It is there that you principally find the dark pictures of sailors' sufferings, and hear the loud and long appeals to the sympathies and passions of the people about seamen's rights and seamen's injuries.

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