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1. It is too long to cite.
2. To cite yet another ex-.
3. To cite a few: speak the truth.
4. We cite evidence from the Geeta itself.
5. And cite for them the parable of two men.
6. I can cite a good example of the typical.
7. When we cite these examples, it is to show that.

8. Here in the midst of the Ile de Cite there were.
9. A) Cite the source by saying, I got this from ___.
10. I cite, for example, the case of the Falklands war.
11. It will be necessary to cite only a single sentence.
12. No need to cite examples for they are only too obvious.
13. People often cite the following as their greatest fears:.
14. By way of contrast let us cite the case of Brooklyn Union.
15. Adherents of eternal conscious torture often cite the above.
16. God has his voices against the devil that can cite scripture.
17. Remember to cite your source and take advantage of something.
18. Here let me cite some typical instances of short bear markets.
19. Our objective is to cite the mechanisms that make that happen.
20. These parables We cite for the people, so that they may reflect.
21. In fact, I may cite another personal anecdote in this connection.
22. Many African-American theologians cite Proctor in their writings.
23. And among numerous proofs at hand, we will only cite you to 1 Cor.
24. I will cite quotes from him and comment about them as I did with Mr.
25. You use this technique when you cite an example or case study with.
26. But if citing such a precedent has no precedential value, why cite it?
27. While this method is linear, it will allow the analyst to cite the most.
28. The Americans cite this example: the case of Lai Changxing serves as a.
29. Rhett lacked the courage to cite these reasons for employing another nurse.
30. Christ does not cite the words in proof of the 'doctrine of eternal suffering.
31. And to cite an example, he astounded me by saying that he and Deliria were directly.
32. So when I later discussed Dave's own case with him, I could cite from my own medical.
33. Grandfather started to cite eloquent examples from his front-line life during the war.
34. Grant it, since you cite it; but, say what you will, there is no real dignity in whaling.
35. I beg the reader to be at the pains of reading through the samples I cite in Appendix II.
36. And cite for them the parable of the landlords of the town-when the messengers came to it.
37. At his third m e e ting with the Sa va ge , He lm holtz re cite d his rhym e s on Solitude.
38. We can cite the hopeful fact that experiments with animals have shown that the condition is.
39. Performance students might cite the 20-second rule as authoritative backup for this technique.
40. The money left on the table, to cite yet another investment cliche, makes for a good night's sleep.
41. I might cite many such instances that have come within my observation, if time and space would permit.
42. My father peered down his nose at the spectacle of a Negro lawyer daring to cite civil procedure to him.
43. He did cite psychological and sociological treatises, the passage of time, and other appealing references.
44. When I would ask for a kitten, my parents would always cite my father’s allergies as the reason I could not have a cat.
45. Regarding those who say the Letters are from the devil, who cite the Letters regarding Judas, as proof for their assertion.
46. Ask investors to reflect on their mistakes and they frequently cite poor timing—both too early and too late—when it comes to selling.
47. And the arts, trades, and manufactures, which have arisen among us, have progressed with a thriftiness of which I can cite you no example.
48. Psychologists often cite procrastination as a mechanism for coping with the anxiety associated with starting or completing any task or decision.
49. To put it more clearly let us cite an example from Mark Goulston’s book Just Listen where he recounts one of his experiences in communication.
50. Unfortunately, we could cite many examples of declines in earnings and price which were not followed automatically by a handsome recovery of both.
51. Now we will cite an example which represents the complete range of social categories, not centered in only one country, but spread across all lands.
52. This second way is the one Ulysses chooses to take and in the following pages I will cite all the sections in the poem where this change can be seen.
53. It is a peculiar characteristic of people that for some inexplicable reason feel nice about themselves when they cite their acquaintance with the successful.
54. But if we consult the connection, and cite the whole clause, we find it to be, 'These are—wandering stars, to whom the mist of darkness forever is reserved.
55. There is an abundance of articulate and intelligent people in the investment world, most of whom can cite persuasive reasons for buying this stock or that bond.
56. To give you a general idea of the power of this work, which continued with unflagging interest to the last, allow me to cite two or three instances of conversion.
57. In the case of Continental Baking Corporation—to cite another example—the holding company form was not an essential part of the pyramided result there attained.
58. Though children's inappropriate public behavior is easy to cite, the more social concerning public demonstration is when one treats the world as phone booth and stage.
59. They cite three depressions—1920 to 1922, 1930 to 1933, and 1937 to 1938—whereas we talk today about there having been only one in this century: the Great Depression.
60. Because my boss is going to cite the names of about five gangster rap bands and tell me this is probably just a bunch of white guys trying to Gravy Train the idea, he said.
61. In order to make real the impact of this espionage on everyday Americans, I will cite the probable consequences of one instance of this espionage on American soldiers and airmen.
62. And cite for them the parable of the present life: it is like water that We send down from the sky; the plants of the earth absorb it; but then it becomes debris, scattered by the wind.
63. In this book, several references have been made to how the Western media shapes up much of our anti-Muslim prejudice in India, and in this annexure, I intend to cite an example of the same.
64. He wished there was a passage that was clear and literal enough for her, he could cite her a few about sloth and degeneracy, but she wouldn’t know them anyway and probably wouldn’t care if she did.
65. But to cite these Scriptures in evidence of the final salvation of all men is (according to our understanding) to violate the laws of criticism on which we depend for all our knowledge of the 'mind of Christ.
66. But if you survey hospitals in Carcassonne near La Cite, I am sure you will find him recuperating there, with a gunshot wound to the leg, along with his boyfriend Doug, who was the one who rescued us in the church.
67. Option buyers commonly cite the benefits of limited risk and the potential for unlimited profit; while option sellers point to the advantages obtained through using premium disparity and time decay of option premium.
68. As an example of this sort we cite the various Associated Gas and Electric Company Convertible Obligations which were made convertible by their terms into preferred or Class A stock at the option of the company.
69. To avoid misunderstanding as to whom this remark of Tolstoi’s refers, it is proper here to cite an extract from another one of his writings: They say that defence is impossible under non-resistance; but the Christian does not need any defence.
70. Now, after revealing the purpose beyond the taking back, raising up, and purification mentioned in the previous noble verse, we should cite the summary of the story which was the cause of taking our Master Jesus (cpth) back by sleep and hiding him out of sights.
71. Just to cite an example, population control is in the national interest of any over-populous country such as India, but the Decommissioned Adult of the Musalman approaches the issue with his Parent-Child perspective that family planning is un-Islamic, after all.
72. Just to cite one example, as a case point, the royal palaces in Hyderabad Deccan and the chest of the Nizam’s family jewels stand in stark contrast to the social backwardness and the abject poverty even of his Musalman subjects in the erstwhile State of His Highness.
73. To cite just three examples, we were able to ride and bathe elephants in Nepal for $5, sail Superman-style on a zipline across a lush canyon in Ecuador for $12, and raft down the Yulong River in China on a bamboo raft for $5 while surrounded by spectacular views of limestone mountains.
74. So these smaller covering plates just spoken of, which were devoted to minor uses, recall continually not only the identical manner of representation but the identical scenes of vase paintings,--such favorite subjects, to cite only one example, as the meeting of Agamemnon's children at his tomb.
75. And, if I wished to cite an instance of the evils to be dreaded from a numerous assembly, I should quote the National Convention of France, where representatives, assembling in great number, exhibited such a spectacle of disorder as I hope we shall never, by a multitude of counsellors, run the risk of imitating.
76. No man has pretended to cite any part of this letter, as evidence of the asserted insult, except the ensuing, and although there is not a perfect coincidence in opinion as to the particular part in which it resides, yet all agree that it lurks somewhere in this paragraph, if it have any dwelling-place in this letter.
77. He also finds a 7% mean premium among academics who cite classic textbooks and sources of historical average premia (Ibbotson yearbooks) as references, but a mean of only 5% among those who cite newer references, highlighting the influence of personal history (specifically, where, when, and how a given person learned about the ERP) on current thinking.
78. And this demonstration is just the thing for me for that other book I am writing, the 'Supplement to Polydore Vergil on the Invention of Antiquities;' for I believe he never thought of inserting that of cards in his book, as I mean to do in mine, and it will be a matter of great importance, particularly when I can cite so grave and veracious an authority as Senor Durandarte.
79. Can you cite a principle? If you have demonstrated in your past relationship with the retailer that your business behaviour is determined by principles (you always pay on time, and expect others to do the same, you always use Fairtrade ingredients, you never pay third-world wages and so on) then you might advise the retailer that you never renegotiate existing contracts, as a matter of principle.
80. But some doctrine of terror is part of Christianity, and that which we are asking is—has the Judge of all the earth revealed to mankind what the founders of missions thought that He had, respecting the prospect of 'endless misery’? When that question has been discussed without result, or decided out of the Scripture, it will be time to cite Abraham’s expression of affiance as an end of controversy—and not before.
81. Examples: As prominent illustrations of this practice, we cite the charge of $40,600,000 against surplus made by United States Steel Corporation in 1929, in connection with the retirement at 110 of $307,000,000 of its own and subsidiaries’ bonds, also the charge of $9,600,000 made against surplus in 1927 by Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, growing out of the retirement at a premium of various bond and preferred-stock issues and their replacement by new securities bearing lower coupon and dividend rates.
82. Some of his coadjutors even cite the speeches of the excellent but mistaken persons introduced in the drama of job's sufferings, as if they were authoritative declarations on the dissipation of the soul, requiring our assent; whereas it must first be proved, against Hengstenberg and Ewald, that these books are something beyond the devout speculations of poets and philosophers perhaps of the time of the Captivity, incorporated with the sacred writings as valuable records of tentative holy thought in the ages of preparation for the gospel; and next, that in these passages the writers are speaking in a more than popular tone.
1. Kathir begins by citing for support.
2. Garland, citing failed farmers’ woes.
3. He answers, summing up the math, citing.
4. He resigned over Christmas break citing.
5. The congressman denies the rumors, citing his only.
6. I replied to my partner by citing this exact principle.
7. He heartily agreed, citing that fear and fearful situations were.
8. Christian Satanism is not a religion of citing well because this is.
9. The managing directors are citing mismanagement of funds as the cause.
10. Roman blamed himself, of course, citing that he should have never let.
11. The scientists are not convinced, citing the lack of empirical evidence.
12. But if citing such a precedent has no precedential value, why cite it?
13. Monroe continued his finding by citing human consciousness is but a manifestation of.
14. Unfortunately, he turned down my request, citing as a pretext a lack of available ships.
15. But he backpedaled when Sam, citing the principle of freak solidarity, called him on it.
16. Citing traffic violations, unless they were serious and reckless enough, was not our job.
17. Schwarzenegger submitted and vetoed the bill citing the supremacy of international law.
18. Jasra wanted me to transform but the Healer had forced her to reconsider, citing reasons:.
19. Colling informed her, citing Blackshear’s unit and the fact that it was located in Frankfurt.
20. It was only a few more years after that when my second daughter left Sinbara, also citing Jorma.
21. When asked if he would like to assist, he stated that he was unavailable, citing Protocol 01-25.
22. But he quickly dismissed it in his mind, citing weariness and a resulting susceptibility to worry.
23. The Watcher studiously read from his notebook, citing the times, the habits, his conclusions about the O’Malleys.
24. The report also explains why ARPU rose after that, citing data from the trade group CTIA—The Wireless Association.
25. Caroline filed for divorce, citing François’ history of violence, desertion, armed assault and cocaine addiction.
26. His parents were Seventh-day Adventists, citing that Saturday was the one true day of worship according to God’s law.
27. Joe refused to entertain the idea of getting another dog, citing that it was not suitable in a street busy with traffic.
28. They hadn’t taken Sophie, citing her inexperience, and needing to spread their resources as less than satisfactory reasons.
29. But she felt very uncomfortable about doing this, citing the severity of the drop; she suggested a wait-and-see stance instead.
30. Let me illustrate my contention by citing the example of a lustful man who thus wickedly looks upon his intended consort in sin.
31. We followed these paragraphs in the 1965 edition by citing A Horrible Example, namely, the sale of stock of Aetna Maintenance Co.
32. The prince of Denmark and his entourage have canceled their reservations for January, citing concern about their security while on site.
33. Agni and Brihaspati were sitting this one out citing age as a factor whereas Yama was too preoccupied in Patala to accompany his legions.
34. Both the asset value we calculated and the market value we are citing refer to the equity portion of Intel's capital and exclude the debt.
35. Cedar Fair justified this high multiple by citing that it had identified $20 to $30 million in synergies that would materialize from the deal.
36. Some idea of the progress made may be had by citing the fact that in eleven years the range of wireless telegraphy has increased from 200 to 3000 miles.
37. In pre-1983 cycles, some technicians rationalized their lack of concern with market weakness by citing the number of stocks that were still making new highs.
38. Citing Frederick the Great, he informed his generals that it was the strength and determination of the leadership which decided whether wars were won or lost.
39. Such cases require honest repentance, with true citing of Al’lah and seeking refuge in His Holy Lofty Presence, followed by straightening oneself for His orders.
40. At 12, he delivered papers and quickly expanded his route from 28 to 156 papers, later citing his boyhood job as an early introduction to growing by acquisition.
41. Though she invited him to brunch, Colin begged off with his apologies, citing a number of upcoming exams he had to study for before working another shift that evening.
42. But without labouring further the problems of PowerPointTM or citing its many advantages there are some essential techniques with which you can improve your own performance.
43. But Angela, citing recent articles, as well as her extensive medical education, was certain all signs pointed to a woman on the verge of having the operation to become a man.
44. Before citing examples from other poets, I must pause to note the amazing celebrity of these two versifiers, Baudelaire and Verlaine, who are now accepted as being great poets.
45. Mandred had told him ‘What will be must be,’ while Manfred had seemed paralysed by indecision and deferred to his colleague, citing some sort of non-interference directive.
46. Quoting “sources close to the investigation” and “unnamed police contacts,” she outlined the possibility that we had widened our investigation, citing the murder in Oakland.
47. They held an impromptu press conference at the hospital, praising me, citing the great work done by the city’s homicide detail, the same unit they had almost pulled off the case.
48. A woman and two children who showed up a few seconds later to get into the cabin called by the man were politely but promptly asked to use another cabin, citing reasons of security.
49. There’s an item about the increase in teenage pregnancies which sets us debating: Dave taking the view that education is the way forward and citing Bunty Danvers as a prime case in point.
50. He touts the success of his magic formula in his book The Little Book that Beats the Market, citing that it does in fact beat the market 96% of the time, and has averaged a 17-year annual return of 30.
51. He seemed not only to bristle with secrets lately, but to suspect everyone else of keeping them, too—though maybe this was what Regan had meant when, citing her shrink, she’d accused Keith of projection.
52. Persuaded, as I am, that they have performed this task with great ability, I will not tire your patience by passing over the same ground, nor by citing the same authorities on which they relied to support their arguments.
53. It had not helped that many of the European countries that were part of the NATO mission had refused to redeploy their troops to fill those holes, citing national restrictions on the employment of their troops in Afghanistan.
54. When the sheikh entered the disciple’s house and asked about the secret behind his absence from the meetings of knowledge and citing, the disciple’s mouth gaped open in astonishment and he stood up to address the sheikh:.
55. For about the first seven years or so of my professional career, the BBC refused to trust The Attractions or any other groups to play their instruments on most of their pop shows, citing technical problems to excuse their incompetence.
56. A messenger had shortly arrived bearing a message from the Patriarch, citing that the Castigator had been deemed unworthy in the eyes of God and that the Noble Representative, Lord Ursempyre Remis was the new Castigator of the Outer Territories.
57. There are now in circulation many books dealing with Bible subjects, whose authors deem themselves to be such high 'authorities' that they habitually make assertions of the most radical sort without citing in support thereof any proof whatever.
58. The apostle Jude, citing perhaps the apocryphal book of Enoch, nevertheless only signifies what was the consenting voice of ages, that from the earliest times God has announced by His prophets retribution for the sins of time in a state still future.
59. Citing the frequent traveler credit card rewards system for example, a card user who purchases groceries, gas or technically his daily purchases, may have an equal travel reward points awarded to him for every dollar he spends on his regular purchases.
60. This time it was by recommendation of the chief medical consultant who’d treated him for injuries from some peculiar accident, citing possible psychological abnormalities (not that she could define what normal is, or look to herself as an example these days).
61. One school of thought claims that both refined and whole grains should be avoided, arguing that they were absent from the Paleolithic diet and citing the obvious association of grains with celiac disease and studies linking grain consumption with heart disease.
62. Quick and efficient, she spouted relevant statistics, citing the change in population and work force through various stages of the town’s economic downturn as the furniture manufacturing industry, and all the peripheral manufacturing that went with it, moved elsewhere.
63. The study also recommended that mothers and children with asthma avoid disposables, citing the presence of dioxin in disposables, and the fact that each child puts two tons of untreated human sewage, paper, plastic and chemicals (including the gel’) into our landfills.
64. There was a comment piece in the Sunday Times about police incompetence that referred briefly to the case, an unnamed source at the Crown Prosecution Service citing it as one of a number of cases in which the police have made a hasty arrest on the basis of flimsy or flawed evidence.
65. Would Levi come here, would he want to see me, or clear out citing my insanity as one huge turn off? Was the kiss as hot blooded for him as it was for me? My mind drifted back to the moment when our lips had touched, the electrical surge that had vibrated every limb, every nerve of my body.
66. One member of the audience had lost an eye courtesy of Natalie’s dagger-like heels, and the papers had reported that the poor guy was planning to sue, along with other members of the audience who were citing everything from physical injuries to emotional distress to having wasted an evening.
67. For example, during the recession that began in 2007, some managers disclosed more information so their shareholders could better understand the operations of the business and what the management team was doing to cope with the difficult economic situation, whereas others did not want to disclose information, citing a lack of visibility as the reason.
68. He decided to post a rudimentary shell covering broad ideas regarding obesity, citing the McKinsey Global Institute reporting the annual two trillion dollar costs related to obesity, urging anyone viewing his page to click on the report’s link and scan it, and threw out the question asking if it was time that society take a tougher stance against the weight problem.
69. From magnetism little by little Rodolphe had come to affinities, and while the president was citing Cincinnatus and his plough, Diocletian, planting his cabbages, and the Emperors of China inaugurating the year by the sowing of seed, the young man was explaining to the young woman that these irresistible attractions find their cause in some previous state of existence.
70. The indefensible method, moreover, of citing the books of the Bible as if some one had beheld an angel inditing them in succession, without consideration of their individual history, of the degree of confidence due to the fullness of each writer's information, of the positive marks of defective knowledge, or misconception in some,—will serve the cause of truth no longer.
71. But, rightly or wrongly, that was not the way Hindustan was partitioned, and if so, what’s the rationale for those millions of Musalmans to stay back in India even after Pakistan came into being? So, any Pakistani argument for wanting Kashmir, citing its Muslim majority would be untenable to any reasonable mind and likewise, the urge of those Kashmiri Musalmans to merge the valley with the Islamic Pakistan wouldn’t sync with the spirit of partition.
72. Democrats have been shamefully exploiting this unhappy event for political reasons; unyielding in their persistence that poverty and racism are (somehow) the underlying factors responsible for this (―avoidable‖) tragedy when, in fact, it was the result of ―unintended‖ consequences precipitated by decades of political cynicism, cronyism, mis-management, fiscal incompetence and (local) corruption at every conceivable level; this despite the forewarnings of field experts (Army Corps of Engineers) citing potential or probably breaches in drainage canal levees since the Johnson Administration.
1. Another case cited was Dr.
2. As cited, the number of.
3. I cited research studies on a.
4. The terrible words cited from Rev.
5. The agency cited the Clean Water.
6. Here are some other cases cited:.
7. View all of the Most Cited Articles.
8. In another case cited Gary Lovett:43.
9. In another case cited Bruce Brine:10.
10. His treatment of action may be cited.
11. Studies have cited the involvement of.
12. Note that the above cited studies used.
13. Also about Reg Alcock cited on the web:.
14. Aristophanes and Shakespeare were cited.
15. This was actually cited in recent books:.
16. He is the same John Locke we cited as a.
17. Why rarely cited Isaiah 66:24 is the key.
18. And, another case as cited Pierre Blais:60.
19. I noticed that you are cited as having a Ph.
20. The blog would go on to be cited as one of.
21. See also about Reg Alcock cited on the web:.
22. As for France, we have just cited its figures.
23. I have cited my experiences and how long (or.
24. As cited, the RCMP's commanding officer in B.
25. That wasn’t the grounds that Stenarch cited.
26. Sort of the smear cited by this previous author:.
27. The different forms cited in the Geeta are only.
28. They all cited him as a high profile war criminal.
29. Hundreds of instances may be cited of the reverse.
30. The agency cited the Clean Water Act as the reason.
31. Tiarano and Zoroastro cited him before the Council.
32. Of those, 58% cited job pressure as the main reason.
33. And he cited the Moses of Michelangelo in the vatican.
34. If mechanical work has the limitations cited, it is what.
35. The 80% figure is oft cited, and we use it to make a point.
36. In all my years of research, I’ve never seen these cited.
37. But only a few perversions are cited, for they have to be.
38. In the examples below, the share prices and premiums cited.
39. Another source cited satellite data that showed a rise of 0.
40. The Treasurer cited his reasons for the account's closure:.
41. The second is different although it should be cited here: a.
42. A few cited their relation to Stallman's original Emacs with.
43. MEME , Stallman cited Scribe's sale as irksome, but hesitated.
44. While the invasion of foreign workers was another cited reason.
45. The Almighty cited the people of Thamud for us by way of example.
46. The current task force also cited a Los Angeles Times story that.
47. I cited my broken thumb and illness and vowed never to cut again.
48. As cited, in the 1990s, Royal Hong Kong Police Chief Detective.
49. The epigraph is from the already cited letter Pocock wrote to C.
50. The Anti-Federalist cited the omission of a bill of rights as rea-.
51. I cited research studies on a daily basis to my TV-addicted husband.
52. See also cited on the web: CMAJ calls for resignation of IDRC chair.
53. Also note as cited on the web: Barbara McDougall still involved with.
54. Marx also never cited any example of the successful use of Socialism.
55. I have cited earlier (in Chapter 8), enough examples confirming this.
56. For example, see the comments of McCarthy and Healy cited on page 184.
57. Monroe cited another experiment in which he floated over the sidewalk.
58. Different sorts of examples could be cited out when these kinds of 79.
59. Several causes could be cited but since our subject is rule as in.
60. The quotation cited by Tolstoi reads in the Russian translation of Prof.
61. He cited various anecdotes about thieves who had suddenly become honest.
62. As cited in an American report lends credence to this idea: The CISC.
63. As further cited, among the RCMP officers sent to Hong Kong was a 26-.
64. As cited, the most obvious is the all-expenses paid fact-finding trip in.
65. As cited in an American report, the presence of these groups in Canada.
66. As further cited, the public record shows that the RCMP’s collective.
67. As cited, the RCMP adjudication board found that there was not a shred.
68. His marriage ended in divorce with her being cited as the ‘other woman’.
69. The cited complaints were: (1) I had taken up too much of their time with.
70. Some are cited who faint at the smell of burnt hartshorn, of new bread—.
71. In 1934 we cited United States Steel Corporation as a leading case in point.
72. Reasons have been cited including the length of time that a domain has been.
73. As cited, it seems to me that Sgt Frizzell was pursuing legitimate issues.
74. Elliott a moron, as cited, no one but a moron overlooks the import of an.
75. As cited, a stunning admission by a senior RCMP officer that he drafted a.
76. We have cited in this Quran for mankind every ideal, that they may take heed.
77. High school sports are cited as an example for training for this way of life.
78. Some are cited who faint at the smell of burnt hartshorn, of new bread —.
79. Then he could have cited something from Pavlov and his salivating dogs and such.
80. Letters (unpublished), fragments of these letters are cited in the editorial notes.
81. He has cited texts through the Bible where the words destroy, perish, consume, etc.
82. Rev 18:247) has been cited 2,277 times so far, and subsequent updates of this view.
83. All the facts and details mentioned in the biographies cited in the book are coming.
84. Also, as stated previously, Lao Tzu had ancestry and lineage cited to be in the army.
85. If I had cited this case earlier in this book, it could have appeared too good to be.
86. There are many psychological benefits of running, but here are the seven most cited:.
87. He is often cited as an example of a brilliant campaigner and strategist to make ruins.
88. A second addendum cited that Mulkousky had a wife and a nine-year-old daughter in poor.
89. Many illustrations, symbolical expressions, and suggestive phrases might also be cited.
90. But Yahoo!’s percentage return and market value, as cited here, do reflect the split.
91. Usually the VIX level is cited and the term fear and greed index are associated with it.
92. Then he cited modern refinements of church teachings, tribal theory and group sociology.
93. As cited, the following people have all demonstrated the courage of their convictions.
94. Health Agency was cited as the highest authority, others felt the FBI should take control.
95. I’s biography reveals –as her biography cited later shows– that her life’s seasons.
96. Barry Holtz, who cited the passage above, notes that it refers to the story of Cain and Abel.
97. They cited one very well known advisor whose predictions produced an astounding annualized 5.
98. No reason was given; it cited that I had not successfully completed my probationary period.
99. Eighty, said the swineherd, jumping past seventy to the figure he’d cited as his limit.
100. We looked at the two headlines cited earlier, which I had clipped out and pasted into my diary.
1. He cites examples from vary-.
2. Even the much-maligned Think and Grow Rich cites.
3. He cites the first theory of thermodynamics which.
4. CITES is an international accord between governments.
5. CITES member nations should continue to work hard and.
6. Another example the Almighty cites to us when He says:.
7. Although CITES does not have the power or authority it.
8. Currently, there are 175 members of the CITES Convention.
9. The Almighty cites another example for us when He says:.
10. For every abuse of his authority, Dan cites the need for.
11. Stallman cites a number of issues when explaining the delay.
12. The punishment spoken of is a punishment of cites and took.
13. CITES members safeguard the safety and security of wildlife.
14. In 1977, CITES ordered a ban on trade in rhino products, to.
15. As an example of this informality, Gilmore cites a copyright.
16. He says, Cites like London, Paris, Tokyo, New York, Chicago.
17. The punishment spoken of is a punishment of cites and took place.
18. The 20% annual average return that Graham cites in his Postscript (p.
19. Grunwald cites the Mayo Clinic as an example of how very high quality.
20. Most major cites in Europe, Asia and Latin America had them at the time.
21. I wondered if the people out there even knew about the safe cites around the U.
22. This letter usually cites reasons for the lay-off, and acts as a formal apology.
23. Ney cites specific examples when his customers‘ orders were ignored while the.
24. Altucher cites the lack of experience that young people receive while at college.
25. He cites Seven Oaks International as a company that engages in a boring business.
26. Then, in this Fortress, He cites to us the state of the believer who is close to Him.
27. Smith cites the treatment that patients in hospitals or nursing homes already encounter today.
28. This is due to the cancer or a build-up of fluid called as cites, which is caused by the cancer.
29. My higher return that Kevin Marder cites in his book The Best: Conversations with Top Traders (M.
30. Zinn then cites Las Casas to the effect that the Indians have no religion, or at least no temples.
31. God cites the example of a man shared by partners at odds, and a man belonging exclusively to one man.
32. He cites the work of Nils-Axel Morner, the former chairman of the International Commission on sea Level Change.
33. In his book The Smartest Investment Book You’ll Ever Read, Daniel Solin cites a study conducted by Professor Edward S.
34. A reputable manufacturer will always state in its literature whether the capacities it cites are compressed or uncompressed.
35. Steyn cites the tepid reaction of some of his colleagues at National Review to too strong an assertion of conservative ideas.
36. Monckton cites hundreds of recent scientific studies that explain global warming as part of a naturally occurring cycle.
37. The book cites such madness as the tulip mania in Holland in the 1600s when a tulip bulb might sell for more than a house.
38. The Wood Bison has not been so fortunate; in the US it has a CITES II rating, meaning it qualifies as an endangered sub-species.
39. He cites the voices associated with schizophrenia as one proof of this, and the voice associated with the act of poetry (the Muse) as.
40. Steele cites blacks who stray from the mandates of identity politics as having been confined to a special gulag of ostracism and calumny.
41. Gregory Rodriguez, a director at the New America Foundation, cites studies that show over the past 30 years the development of segregation by ideology.
42. As the text of his argument in his oration against Midias, Demosthenes cites four oracular utterances, two from Dodona, the others probably from Delphi.
43. My friend Arianna Huffington cites studies in her brilliant book Thrive that show how the act of giving actually improves your physical and mental health.
44. But whenever they persecute you in this city, flee to the next; for truly I say to you, YOU SHALL NOT FINISH GOING THROUGH THE CITES OF ISRAEL, UNTIL THE.
45. Ribot, in his learned and useful work on this subject, cites a passage even from Plutarch, which might check the boldness of some of the modern antagonists of the truth.
46. Although the former (we are thinking of neglect) is undoubtedly only too true the case he cites of nurses forgetting to count the sponges in the peritoneal cavity is too rare to be normative.
47. To recall a piece of wisdom Warren Buffett frequently cites, if you have been in the poker game for thirty minutes and still don't know who the patsy is, you can be pretty certain the patsy is you.
48. Furthermore, all gibbon species are counted in Appendix 1 of the Convention in International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), banning all international commercial trade in the species.
49. Proclus cites Plutarch to the effect that there was no month Lenaeo among the Boeotians, but, being probably misled by the very passage in Hesiod for which he has quoted Plutarch, he adds 161 that they had such a month.
50. He cites Volume 2 of William James’ Principles of Psychology (1890, reprinted by Dover Books in 1950 and available digitally on the Internet) to explain how instinctual behavior in Trotter’s sense appears to human introspection.
51. The other name he proves to be a deformation of Abrocomas and states his belief that neither of these supposed governors of Cappadocia ever existed and cites other instances of the imitation of coins and the alteration of inscriptions.
52. Constable, on other occasions a careful critic, frequently cites the noted words of the book Ecclesiastes on the nature and destiny of man and of animals, and on the absence of all thought in Sheol or Hades ('The dead know not anything ’).

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