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    1. It was hard to solicit a place that never even

    2. If the scheme proved viable and she could solicit his participation, her cocaine could possibly begin arriving in the United States again in time to avoid an interruption of the flow to their street dealers, considering current reserves

    3. “So you would solicit men? On the streets?”

    4. cook his food and hence has been ordained to solicit cooked food

    5. Solicit aid, in case you need

    6. Not to tell me we had a crazy person on our hands, but to solicit our help here at Quagmeyer in solving a problem which he cannot solve because of the small fact which remains that he may never see the patient

    7. Jesus was the reason John was alive, it could have been quite easy for John to solicit money from his followers, to live the good life, to say the right things to Herod and win his favour, but he did not, and because he did not, Jesus could testify of him:

    8. Ainura saw this man again when he came to solicit his tents to apa

    9. Also, you can be proactive and solicit reviews

    10. intended to solicit his help

    11. “What do you want dog? You know better than to solicit me for tummies

    12. You may send this letter and solicit orders from businesses anywhere in the

    13. There is nothing in our reports, records or whatever confirming he did solicit a bribe, only that he was accused of trying to solicit a bribe

    14. So, why try to solicit a bribe? Was it revenge against CN for getting him in so much trouble at work? Gary had adored his kids, so why risk his life? But then there was his relationship with Alice

    15. Jane Martindale was also negligent when she acted to suspend Gary David from work, by not carrying out a comprehensive investigation into the accusation made by Roger Cook that Gary David had attempted to solicit a bribe

    16. Since one can solicit the commission of a variety of crimes, punishment for solicitation can vary widely, and vary by state as well

    17. Also, sometimes when he became greatly interested in Jesus' teaching, he preferred to remain and hear the instruction, even though he knew he must personally make up for his failure to solicit the necessary funds

    18. Although these mendicants did not solicit or receive alms on the Sabbath day, they were permitted thus to sit in their usual places

    19. “I have a business transaction which I am researching and I would like to solicit your opinions

    20. "We have decided to invite you to this meeting and to solicit your advice

    21. This was the name that Jesus used to solicit Paul’s attention on the Damascus Road in Acts

    22. Out of nowhere he was intercepted and flown back to Chicago and arrested there for trying to solicit a bribe for some document that he didn’t have, and hurried through a trial and into prison, even though one of the witnesses recanted his testimony as lies

    23. went on to solicit from consumers their Social Security number stating

    24. solicit this information are also known as pretexters

    25. In the meantime I will solicit the judge

    26. to solicit interest in their business

    27. would use that experience and skill to go out and solicit

    28. I solicit your prayers

    29. that end and solicit your prayers on my behalf as well

    30. heart grieves with and for them during this time and I solicit your prayers and good

    31. I solicit your prayers as I

    32. In brief, gentlemen, this folder contains information that will solicit you to

    33. So respond promptly to your buyer before someone else can solicit their money

    34. While we cannot and do not solicit contributions from states where we have not met the solicitation requirements, we know of no prohibition against accepting unsolicited donations from donors in such states who approach us with offers to donate

    35. While we cannot solicit donations from people in states where we are not yet registered, we know of no prohibition against accepting donations from donors in these states who approach us with an offer to donate

    36. There are rumors that intend to solicit our response to praise those who say they value our worth, but really, they are dead to our importance

    37. you or your children, and housekeeping, solicit their help for those activities

    38. This proves how low Newtonians can go to solicit absolute fraud and intoxicate student’s minds in

    39. person to testify before Congress to solicit funding for the National Institutes of

    40. While we cannot and do not solicit contributions from states where we

    41. that the numbers were grossly exaggerated by Jewish propaganda in order to solicit

    42. and teachers' intent upon developing new teachers and love choosing to solicit love

    43. The caller went on to solicit from consumers their Social Security number stating confirmation of their number would ensure they received their rebate checks within the next 6 - 7 months

    44. Some will bribe, beg, solicit, rise early, entreat, persist, without attaining the object of their suit; while another comes, and without knowing why or wherefore, finds himself invested with the place or office so many have sued for; and here it is that the common saying, 'There is good luck as well as bad luck in suits,' applies

    45. Thomas began to solicit

    46. "I could scarcely walk when my mother, who was called Vasiliki, which means royal," said the young girl, tossing her head proudly, "took me by the hand, and after putting in our purse all the money we possessed, we went out, both covered with veils, to solicit alms for the prisoners, saying, 'He who giveth to the poor lendeth to the Lord

    47. Aho! If you don't answer when they solicit must be horrible for them till they harden

    48. Is more information always better? Some traders, when they are considering a trade, will use multiple indicators and analytical tools, solicit opinions from other traders, and even consider elements such as fundamentals that do not really have a bearing on their time frame

    49. This may lead to an approach that disregards a lot of information that many traders assume to be useful, but, for instance, why would you use indicators that do not add to your analysis? Why would you listen to news that is old news and is already fully priced into the market? Why would you try to guess how complex fundamental factors might influence the price if you do not have the skills to fully understand those fundamentals? Why would you solicit opinions from traders who may trade with completely different styles and may be less competent and knowledgeable than you are? Traders do all of these things, but most of them do not make sense

    50. If a company does not solicit proxies, information that would otherwise have been disclosed in proxy statements is disclosed in Part II of Form 10-K

    1. This solicited grins from the others who had to be careful not to laugh aloud

    2. Miss Spelman, as the de facto director and producer due to her own training with the Royal Shakespeare Company in the bard's own hometown, solicited ideas from their rolls at their next scheduled meeting in the new School House

    3. task can be executed where it is being solicited

    4. Other horse and buggy teams were parked along the sidewalk while their owners, one dressed in a beige top hat and waistcoat, solicited tourists for rides

    5. Since I know almost nothing about it, I solicited

    6. Solicited or unsolicited comments from others

    7. Solicitation charges escalate depending on the degree of felony which was allegedly solicited

    8. 8 Matthew received freely tendered offerings from believing disciples and the immediate auditors of the Master's teachings, but he never openly solicited funds from the multitudes

    9. With great difficulty, on his part, Sam had solicited from Ruth that someone had purposely given her the Euphoria, and convinced her to seduce Sam at the Centre, but due to his sexual limitation, and Ruth’s loyalty, she wouldn’t say who

    10. Truth be told, those two stoic Neapolitans in suits, whom I saw in Nye Malmö, were probably just tourists, but why take chances when I may or may not be hunted by Christendom’s most far reaching shadow force? When a fidgety blonde Vinlander businessman solicited a flight to California, I figured better to be safe than sorry, and took the opportunity to skip town for a while

    11. “He’s the one that solicited Admiral Sheaar’s help and he’s the one who recruited me into this nightmare

    12. What better way to recruit real thieves and assassins than to make it a game and the ones that won the games could be solicited for more ‘realistic’

    13. rejection of the not so nice offer from the AN, I solicited Congress to vote on

    14. ambitious project she was going to undertake and had solicited prayers for on her behalf

    15. While some came for his ‘blessings’ and support towards their political ambitions, others solicited for his financial support, or advice on strategies that would enable them to win elections

    16. As soon as the Furies had left Peshawar, they had flown straight to their cousin Hermes, who had further solicited help from Demeter, Persephone, and Hecate

    17. This solicited excitement among the riders

    18. While such efforts can be considered laudable, the way in which funds are solicited for the program and some of the assumptions underlying it leave something to be desired

    19. Archy had successful y solicited twenty residents to form a choir and chosen a choir director from among them

    20. O’Hara, for I knew my Father, being an honest man would bring this letter to you, I want you to know I have solicited additional help to accomplish the task I have undertaken

    21. The duke was impressed by Columbus’s plans, and he solicited the help of

    22. professional sources can be solicited to help answer that and other

    23. Svetlana had solicited the list from Vladimir Arkadyevitch, who agreed, that if such a list existed, would do what he could to facilitate her work and aid in the running of the program

    24. Perhaps the priest's pleasant way of speaking solicited his harmlessness, or maybe it was in the easy way he sat by the fire, as if there were all the time in the world to do nothing at all

    25. The one of his sect solicited his assistance against the one from his enemies; so Moses punched him, and put an end to him

    26. That gave her respectability and credibility to solicit/get solicited by oth-

    27. Her uncle kept her in great seclusion and retirement, but for all that the fame of her great beauty spread so that, as well for it as for her great wealth, her uncle was asked, solicited, and

    28. The latest Paris fashions have arrived, and orders are respectfully solicited

    29. solicited me so irresistibly, as this fair occasion of feasting my sight with

    30. women solicited men sitting in the chairs surrounding the main stage

    31. solicited when they stepped down from the stage

    32. terms of community established in the house, solicited the gratification

    33. "I have solicited this interview from your superior, monsieur," he said, "because I believe he will allow himself to be persuaded that he has already done everything which is necessary for the honor of his prince, and will now listen to the admonitions of humanity

    34. When the chief, who had solicited the aid of Duncan, finished his pipe, he made a final and successful movement toward departing

    35. At each previous visit he had made to Rome, he had solicited and obtained the same favor; and incited as much by a religious feeling as by gratitude, he was unwilling to quit the capital of the Christian world without laying his respectful homage at the feet of one of St

    36. Then he became alarmed, and dared not stay any longer at Nimes, so he solicited a change of residence, and, as he was in reality very influential, he was nominated to Versailles

    37. Wopsle as Your Honor, solicited permission to take him by the fin

    38. A most romantic incident occurred when a handsome young Oxford graduate, noted for his chivalry towards the fair sex, stepped forward and, presenting his visiting card, bankbook and genealogical tree, solicited the hand of the hapless young lady, requesting her to name the day, and was accepted on the spot

    39. Noirtier looked the permission which she solicited

    40. Intimacy did not occur and the offence complained of by Driscoll, that her virtue was solicited, was not repeated

    41. A few men, the least impressed of all by the scene, pronounced a discourse, some deploring this premature death, others expatiating on the grief of the father, and one very ingenious person quoting the fact that Valentine had solicited pardon of her father for criminals on whom the arm of justice was ready to fall—until at length they exhausted their stores of metaphor and mournful speeches

    42. I had now passed near a month in the enjoyment of all the pleasures of familiarity and society with my companions, whose particular favourites (the baronet excepted, who soon after took Harriet home) had all, on the terms of community established in the house, solicited the gratification of their taste for variety in my embraces; but I had with the utmost art and address, on various pretexts, eluded their pursuit, without giving them cause to complain; and this reserve I used neither out of dislike of them, nor disgust of the thing, but my true reason was my attachment to my own, and my tenderness of invading the choice of my companions, who outwardly exempt, as they seemed, from jealousy, could not but in secret like me the better for the regard I had for, without making a merit of it to them

    43. Expertise, be it given, or solicited, is like a jagged piece of glass in that it is best handled with care

    44. She wasn’t solicited

    45. Information about these matters is contained either in proxy statements for annual meetings, or when proxies are not solicited, in Part II of Form 10-K, the company’s annual report filed with the SEC

    46. The proxy statement and Part II of the 10-K contain descriptions of management remuneration, certain transactions with insiders, and in proxy statements where shareholder votes are solicited, proposals designed to insulate management in office

    47. Whole Foods Market has team meetings every month where employees are solicited for their honest feedback

    48. All these various initiatives solicited his attention at once, and pulled him about

    49. Therefore he had not solicited a boat's crew from them, nor had he in any way hinted his desires on that head

    50. Could they turn from their door one, however monstrous, who solicited their compassion and friendship? I resolved, at least, not to despair, but in every way to fit myself for an interview with them which would decide my fate

    1. Yet they were faced with a conundrum: how to sabotage the upstart's enterprise without soliciting collateral damage upon the stability of the village's good reputation as a welcoming and pleasant retreat, as it was still viewed by the flocks of visitors for whom they yearly played host

    2. It was in no condition to refuse anything to the country gentlemen, from whom it was, at that very time, soliciting the first establishment of the annual land-tax,

    3. All that was there were the arrests of two transvestites for soliciting, six drunk and disorderly arrests, an array of traffic citations and the impounding of a car found parked in a space reserved for an executive

    4. But it’s not only the sleazy televangelists that trouble me, but it’s also the evangelical groups that are never finished soliciting a donation via emails and letters in order to “expand” their ministry

    5. They’ve sort of accused me of trying to blackmail them, soliciting a bribe anyway

    6. Some state statutes punish the act of prostitution, and other state statutes criminalize the acts of soliciting prostitution, arranging for prostitution, and operating a house of prostitution

    7. For example, if an undercover police officer receives a request to engage in prostitution, the alleged client can be convicted for soliciting even though no prostitution did or will actually take place

    8. Depending on what type of criminal behavior the person was soliciting, recanting might also require notifying the police in order to prevent subsequent criminal conduct from unfolding

    9. Some states now require HIV testing and HIV classes for those convicted of soliciting prostitution

    10. Merely to write a letter soliciting the position would have

    11. “Your Majesty, Lady Lisbeth of Strathmore and her lady-in-waiting are soliciting the privilege of an audience with you

    12. The SaLing is currently soliciting help in preparation for my next task

    13. The Shoshone High Council for soliciting donations for the tribe

    14. He was convicted on charges, among others, of soliciting a bribe on Zuma’s behalf from Arms Deal beneficiary Thales

    15. 4 That he should, even though in small measures, continue to taste the manna of God’s excellence by serving and soliciting a

    16. Possible soliciting, or do you want to explain how a man your age comes to be with two young girls of their age

    17. You have not a shred of evidence to support your vile claims which, in my view, are aimed at soliciting money rather than furthering the cause of moral rectitude

    18. I must warn you that I am acquainted with the penalties for soliciting bribes and will not hesitate …'

    19. Further more, irritating “pop up windows” appeared frequently, windows that were ads soliciting my money for all kinds of stuff that I wasn’t interested in -- opportunities that had nothing whatsoever to do with pets

    20. This means soliciting the right questions early on and customizing

    21. Kennedy crooked his finger at a cabby who was alertly violating the new ordinance and soliciting fares away from a public cab stand

    22. It had been shut down by The Shoshone High Council for soliciting donations for the tribe

    23. The individual that was seeking a greater return on surplus funds than the bank was offering could transfer the surplus credits to a corporation that was soliciting additional funds for expansion

    24. ” He tried to jerk her out of her melancholia by discussing his novel in detail with her and soliciting her opinion

    25. 'If her father were the murderer, surely, he would have removed her fingerprints? After all, he had just discovered she was a prostitute; for all he knew, she had been picked up for soliciting at some time

    26. The man who gives to the individual beggar commits a grave offense, but there are many societies and institutions soliciting alms, to aid which is none the less injurious to the community

    27. Moore assured Kennedy before boldly soliciting a $25,000 donation from him

    28. She was arrested twice—once for theft and once for soliciting

    29. fellow-citizens expect to be paid for the trouble and goods they have smilingly bestowed on their neighbors, had so tightened the pressure of sordid cares on Lydgate's mind that it was hardly possible for him to think unbrokenly of any other subject, even the most habitual and soliciting

    30. No sooner had Lydgate begun to represent this step to himself as the easiest than there was a reaction of anger that he—he who had long ago determined to live aloof from such abject calculations, such self-interested anxiety about the inclinations and the pockets of men with whom he had been proud to have no aims in common—should have fallen not simply to their level, but to the level of soliciting them

    31. In its transactions directly with its stockholders, we see White Motor soliciting $10,000,000 in new capital in 1926

    32. He reminds me of the prostitutes on 14th Street who will tell you a raunchy joke or two when you have to pull them in for soliciting

    33. Annual meeting proxy statements are documents mailed to stockholders soliciting their votes for election of directors and other matters, such as the appointment of independent auditors

    34. Securities law issues: It is much more difficult to comply with the provisions of the Securities Exchange Act in soliciting merger proxies than it is in a cash tender offer

    35. Code) and then attempt to recapitalize by soliciting acceptances of a plan of reorganization

    36. With management opposition, it would be difficult to get Wall Street’s arbitrage community interested in the transaction; once interested, they would purchase Reliance shares to tender, making a profit not only on the spread in price between Reliance securities purchased and Leasco securities sold short, but also on the soliciting dealer fee of $

    37. When she climbed the stairs of Western Biological and stood at the top, puffing a little, you might have thought she was soliciting for the Red Cross instead of for the Bear Flag

    38. ” But he was still talking on, describing his affection, soliciting a return, and, finally, in words so plain as to bear but one meaning even to her, offering himself, hand, fortune, everything, to her acceptance

    39. Fanny's heart beat quick, and she felt quite unequal to surmising or soliciting anything more

    40. " But he was still talking on, describing his affection, soliciting a return, and, finally, in words so plain as to bear but one meaning even to her, offering himself, hand, fortune, everything, to her acceptance

    41. For the sake of combating dissensions and sects, still other measures were suggested and discussed at the congress, which among others were: The soliciting of the passing of a law, by which it would be possible to take away by force the children of the dissenters and sectarians, and the establishing of asylums in every diocese for bringing them up in the orthodox faith

    42. Before I left that part of the country, I had several applications from men, who stated that they had property in such situations, and soliciting me to give them the earliest information of your probable policy

    43. My God! After all this, to see the Government of my country soliciting, at the feet of the Emperor of France, for permission to manage their own affairs in their own way! What American can read this correspondence without laying his hand upon his heart and exclaiming, O my Government, my Government, now is the gold become dim, and the most fine gold changed! The next thing we meet with, is Mr

    44. The commercial class of our fellow-citizens have been oppressed; they have been impoverished by the policy of their own Government, and they have been soliciting their rulers for relief

    1. solicits is "that which enables us to make a selection from a set of possibilities or to narrow the

    2. There would be many disadvantages to a hostile takeover, including quite high administrative expenses, whether Promoter Group seeks to acquire XYZ common stock, presumably for cash, or solicits proxies for control

    3. But I think, sir, that the innkeeper solicits your attention

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