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  1. I pay the eminent Dr.
  2. I fear an attack is eminent.
  3. The eminent, exalted master, M.
  4. I thought that made eminent sense.
  5. Not the most eminent composer could.

  6. To be where they may be most eminent;.
  7. When he began to announce his eminent.
  8. Several eminent geologists, with Sir R.
  9. The most eminent of them, however, appear.
  10. Issued to the Great Humane Eminent Scholar M.
  11. It was totally unfounded, but probably eminent.
  12. Bulstrode had aimed at being an eminent Christian.
  13. Nothing about my tête-á-tête’s with eminent.
  14. During these critical times, the eminent scholar M.
  15. Elmira Brown, wife of our eminent graphologist--.

  16. Eminent: Famous; something/one that is raised up high.
  17. But the usual reward of the eminent teacher bears no.
  18. Endowed with power, eminent with the Lord of the Throne.
  19. Whether it be a monastery, or the residence of eminent.
  20. This injunction probably proved of eminent service to me.
  21. They do not appear to have been eminent for foreign trade.
  22. Kindleberger (1910-2003) was an eminent economic historian.
  23. This is the most eminent level of human consciousness where.
  24. This behavior was later on examined by eminent psychologists.
  25. They all agreed with me in this, and named one eminent divine.

  26. The most eminent level of human consciousness, where humanity.
  27. I praise no eminent man, I rebuke to his face the one that was.
  28. He was about as eminent as it was possible to be without tenure.
  29. Here, the eminent conductor smiled and said to his two fellows:.
  30. Maryland, that have involved the use or threatened use of eminent.
  31. Lilac Digital is another eminent name in the field of photo editing.
  32. Paul, and professed to be of like mind with that eminent man of God.
  33. Though their release would likely have been eminent, the usurping of.
  34. The Japanese reinforcements had arrived, led by the eminent Queen Amabie.
  35. I went over the plan Jake and I had made, and the eminent arrival of Ester.
  36. It would be lonelier but Gordon’s Lamp was not in eminent physical danger.
  37. According to this doctrine was the blessed life of the great eminent scholar M.
  38. But of that day and hour É÷ÉÏÉø, here, is translated season by many eminent.
  39. He tried to think fast because the situation was not just complicated, it was eminent.
  40. There has been a huge rise in the number of threats to use eminent domain since Kelo.
  41. An eminent physiologist thinks it worth while 'to try and place life on a physical basis.
  42. But before we start, I believe Mrs Elmira Brown, wife of our eminent graphologist—’.
  43. But the elder brother of this same Paparchin, had been an eminent and very rich merchant.
  44. Paul Krugman, an eminent economist, wrote frequently in 2008 and 2009 about zombie banks.
  45. Clifford, the eminent eighteenth-century scholar and chronicler of the life of Samuel Johnson.
  46. This fact struck him very forcibly; and he took occasion to consult an eminent medical friend.
  47. He had the advice of an eminent oculist; and he eventually recovered the sight of that one eye.
  48. Issued to the Great Humane Eminent Scholar Mohammad Amin Sheikho (God has sanctified his soul).
  49. Ramuzzini, an eminent Italian physician, has written a particular book concerning such diseases.
  50. The upshot of it is that I am the cynosure of all eyes, and though hidden to sight, I am eminent.
  51. The first was the eminent New York City law firm of White and Case, whose legal fees were around $350,000.
  52. Issued to the Great Humane Eminent Scholar Mohammad Amin Sheikho (His soul has been sanctified by Al’lah).
  53. Eminent scholars differed, admitted Sim, but the actual dates were irrelevant, except in a more recent sense.
  54. Thus it was with the men of rank, on whom their eminent position imposed the guardianship of the public morals.
  55. Mr Justice Boulos was Greece’s most eminent judge, and had presided over many famous and high profile trials.
  56. And that had been before the eminent scholar illustrated this blessing interpretation which you are studying now.
  57. But of that day and hour, here, is translated season by many eminent critics, and is used in this sense by both.
  58. Human life and conduct are affected by ideals in the same way that they are affected by the examples of eminent men.
  59. Lewis Nixon, the eminent naval architect and designer of the battleship Oregon, contributed a very interesting comment.
  60. We see this in the fact that the most eminent palaeontologists, namely, Cuvier, Agassiz, Barrande, Pictet, Falconer, E.
  61. Yes, Sheriff, she said with a forced laugh as if she could have been busy enough not to notice their eminent presence.
  62. During these critical times, the eminent scholar Mohammad Amin was visiting his brother Saleem Bey, who was living in Turkey.
  63. Nobody will marry her, and suddenly you, a rich and eminent man of rank and title, appear on the scene as her accepted swain.
  64. Only a few days ago three of the most eminent Berlin architects declared that the place was absolutely unsuited for that purpose.
  65. Our eminent scholar put his full trust in Al’lah, without whom there is no refuge or protection, and commended the case to Him.
  66. As we saw previously in the story of The Plot to Murder an Eminent Officer how the criminals tried to kill the brave officer M.
  67. If you read the lives of eminent men you will find that quite half of them made their first acquaintance with drama from the gallery.
  68. Cities are wielding eminent domain as a club, said Dana Berliner, a senior counsel with the Institute for Justice and the author of.
  69. Actually I should have been commended by you, for in no respect was I inferior to the most eminent apostles, even though I am a nobody.
  70. The mystery now, though, was why the British authorities had not yet announced the death of one of their most eminent nuclear physicists.
  71. That the embargo is a measure severely felt by our country at large, and by some portions of it to a very eminent degree, cannot be denied.
  72. The numerous Caves of this country present attractions to every, the least curious, traveller; and, in an eminent degree, to the mineralogist.
  73. Issued to the Great Humane Eminent Scholar Mohammad Amin Sheikho (God has made his secret sacred)· Interpretation of Am'ma Part of the Qur'an.
  74. Our wise and eminent King has divined that you are the woeful victim of Blacke Magic, and as I look upon you I can see the truth of his augury.
  75. In the former situation, we are likely to find the universities filled with the most eminent men of letters that are to be found in the country.
  76. But when they looked at their eminent guide, they saw that an expression of elevated confidence, safety and tranquility had appeared on his face.
  77. Mustafa has given us a special book about him under the title: Contemplations on the Sciences of the Great Eminent Scholar Mohammad Amin Sheikho.
  78. His fame, though still on its upward slope, already overshadowed the soberer reputations of his fellow-clergymen, eminent as several of them were.
  79. A brief biography of the man can be found included in the biography of Neill (Chapter 5 in Five Eminent Contrarians) cited earlier in this chapter.
  80. Many eminent English poets have been laid under contribution by him, often without going through the form of acknowledging the source of inspiration.
  81. America‘s relative decline as the world‘s eminent global leader is not unprecedented when understood by the parallel decline of many (Great) Nations.
  82. Adam Clarke: But of that day and hour, here, is translated season by many eminent critics, and is used in this sense by both sacred and profane authors.
  83. I had often heard of him as a very learned man, but an atheist; and I was very glad of the opportunity of conversing with so eminent and clever a person.
  84. Eminent scientists are so busy and attentive in their experiments and researches in their laboratories that they forget to take food even for days together.
  85. I have notified Connor West who is the eminent professional in hostage rescue and he will do the rest, Troy continued confidently, it is all arranged.
  86. Meanwhile Liza was lying ill; fever had set in last night, and an eminent doctor was momentarily expected from town! He had been sent for early this morning.
  87. She was eminent, even among her well-dressed sisters, for special elegance of costume, and for a certain originality about the make-up of her abundant hair.
  88. In his expert opinion and that of several other eminent doctors and scientists, the addition of the Rohypnol (it was about ten times the strength of Valium.
  89. With the Court's permission I propose to put that dog in the witness-stand and have him questioned before you by the eminent scientist, Doctor John Dolittle.
  90. A respected, eminent old man of seventy; and exactly point for point as she described it; a sum of money, a considerable sum of government money, missing!.
  91. Surely, the shooting of an eminent scientist like that would have provoked a good deal of interest, but there was, as yet, simply no confirmation of his death.
  92. Ordinary Heroes In Extraordinary Times, authors Amy Goodman and David Goodman state that, Many eminent historians and economists are concluding that George W.
  93. Long after the dissolution of the Order, eminent Pythagoreans, such as Archytas of Tarentum, retained their political influence over the cities of Magna Graecia.
  94. In a country which has produced so many eminent men of letters, it must appear somewhat singular, that scarce one of them should have been a professor in a university.
  95. He reveals, in this passage, that there is a desire to avoid the events surrounding His eminent sacrifice, but rightly allows the Will of the Father to dictate His actions.
  96. One fine evening a visitor arrived—no less a person than the eminent Prince Shepetiloff, a young man of thirty-five, with colonel's epaulettes, a relative of the dead man.
  97. Up and up he had gone in his profession, till he was now almost spectacularly eminent, earning so much that he had merely smiled when they offered him the Home Secretaryship.
  98. He assumed that the first notion was correct as most of the other cars were older and a little battered and he assumed that an eminent American doctor would drive a good car.
  99. As the degree of sterility in the latter case depends in an eminent degree on the conditions of life being more or less favourable, so I have found it with illegitimate unions.
  100. She drove governors and admirals mad, she watched eminent heroes of arms and letters who were not as illustrious as they believed, and even some who were, as they wept on her shoulder.

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