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    1. She was becoming more of a mystery to me and she still refused to disclose the reasons why our bank account was so short of money

    2. You may prefer the parent of the kid/s to disclose the dating scene to the kids

    3. But worse than that, and something she never did disclose to anyone, was the old lady’s untouched face bearing the beautific smile of someone who’d seen an angel

    4. When it's impossible to find the love anywhere in a situation, the passing of time will eventually disclose it

    5. “What’s going on here, Sergeant?” asked Peterson, removing his helmet to disclose a shock of untidy red hair that he attempted to smooth back

    6. He unwrapped it to disclose a Luger, which he handed to Colling

    7. Would they try and rescue the city and its people from certain destruction? Or should they try and flee? Ikebod had seemed reticent to disclose any more of his thoughts on the matter, but he seemed to have his mind occupied with many other unvoiced concerns

    8. Run-away lover? Ha! What did he know? But she bit back on it or else she would disclose too much

    9. Then she would have to disclose her entire identity, and that was too risky

    10. Debate your cause with your neighbour himself; and disclose no secret to another, in case he

    11. his superiors had been reluctant to disclose much more

    12. “Would you be willing to allow your attorneys to disclose to the police exactly where everything stood in this process at the time of Terry’s death?” asked Shamansky

    13. Chofsky once again gazed out his window, mulling a decision on what would be prudent to disclose

    14. disclose anything about Mr

    15. The records of this case disclose no grounds for challenge

    16. On the drive back home, I learned the price tag on the deal, which my father promised P&G he would not publicly disclose, but he did tell me that it would be enough to get him into whatever new career he wanted

    17. Although he did not disclose the selling price, McWilliams said he and his wife “always had a policy that if anyone wanted it [the newspapers] badly enough, we would sell it

    18. To tempt you further, and in case you think I was just kidding with that 'unlimited' promise, let me disclose that I have one hundred thousand million, billion pounds in this account, earmarked to give away - and you're first in the queue

    19. disclose any details of his situation or where he was

    20. “What's wrong with that is that you don't disclose anything

    21. Peeling off as was his political career, he should disclose the image of honest and responsible man, spotted recently by some comments of unhealthy people opposed to his mandate and that had been given the task of investigating with muffled up dexterity the interiorities of his business

    22. I’m sorry to disclose that the old books report little more than wave after successive wave of malevolent forces who marauded the Regions of Gaea, oppressing and destroying with rampant abandon

    23. He did not know the grammatical or moral laws that should be observed in order to take thoughts and convert them into words, to communicate exactly the message one wish to disclose

    24. half-truths, I decided to disclose the truth about my past and my

    25. I will now disclose everything

    26. With their cheeks stuffed full of food, Jai and Ceder looked at one another, wondering whether it was a good idea to disclose the chain of trials that had led them to the lagoon

    27. That was to say, he couldn’t be compromised over his sexual indulgences and forced to disclose classified information if the most important people in his life, along with his employer, knew his and Monica’s dark secrets

    28. Therefore I will answer your question, but only disclose information already of public record in my country and nothing more

    29. He or she could legally disclose to a judge whatever grand jury information necessary to obtain the warrants and we intended to secure both types for Alistair

    30. But do not disclose the main essence of your in the first hand

    31. He could not intimate that he was more than a man; he could not disclose his idea of the mission which awaited his attainment of a riper manhood

    32. Jesus took Zebedee fully into his confidence regarding this Mediterranean journey, but he enjoined him to tell no man, not even his own flesh and blood, and Zebedee never did disclose his knowledge of Jesus' whereabouts during this long period of almost two years

    33. But Ganid asked one last question, to which he never received a fully satisfactory answer; and that question was: "But, Teacher, if a stronger and ill-tempered creature should attack you and threaten to destroy you, what would you do? Would you make no effort to defend yourself?" Although Jesus could not fully and satisfactorily answer the lad's question, inasmuch as he was not willing to disclose to him that he (Jesus) was living on earth as the exemplification of the Paradise Father's love to an onlooking universe, he did say this much:

    34. 1 AFTER preaching the sermon on "The Kingdom," Jesus called the six apostles together that afternoon and began to disclose his plans for visiting the cities around and about the Sea of Galilee

    35. The retreating soldiers stopped, staring intently, waiting for the smoke to clear and disclose the scene

    36. He therefore elected boldly to disclose the third plan -- openly to announce his divinity, acknowledge the truthfulness of Peter's confession, and directly proclaim to the twelve that he was a Son of God

    37. Hardly does a day pass but something transpires to disclose that the Master knows what is going on away from his immediate presence

    38. not easily be able to find out what she feels or thinks, or may not be willing to disclose it

    39. Although he had failed to disclose any prior psychiatric problems, there was a note on the chart that suspected some previous depression

    40. “No one has been required to disclose any witnesses and may I remind you of your motion to suppress the identity of your own witness

    41. Harry and Sarah have no choice but to disclose their discovery to the United States of America government to use it in prolonging the lives of the soldiers

    42. It is not for us to disclose because of possible raising of standards in terms of secrecy and the control it exerts over the people of the United States

    43. The only entities that shall interact with any life on this planet will be peaceful and of an evolved degree that will only allow sharing of information for the improvement of all that inhabit it at the time they disclose themselves

    44. “No, Peter never told me and suggested that if I figured it out I should not disclose my findings

    45. • The Euphrates will disclose a treasure

    46. finally opens in the Gulf) will disclose a mountain of a

    47. not the proper time to disclose this future blessing – it was yet two-thousand years in the future

    48. They disclose the incredible “newness of Spirit” principles that

    49. b) They may not disclose information about you to any third party without your permission

    50. And I also admit that my restatement and summaries of others works to disclose the bad side is only hearsay evidence

    1. there is nothing hidden that will not be disclosed

    2. It was never afterward disclosed precisely how it began, except that it started with the gentlemen

    3. guard, as this was a disclosed location and no humans,

    4. and disclosed that he was under the orders of

    5. Not disclosed in last week’s announcement are additional costs

    6. Hall came to see Truman in his room one night and disclosed in strictest confidence that he and Mr

    7. But she had disclosed everything that she knew about Quarles and his organization, little enough that it was

    8. She looked up at him with a smile, which however only disclosed bottomless distrust in his words

    9. Only her eyes disclosed that she was listening attentively

    10. His voice disclosed a spark of anger now

    11. She met his gaze, but it disclosed nothing

    12. As expected no one knew him or had ever heard of him, but the low whispering in the corners after Ryato’s round disclosed their lie too

    13. The muffled sobs that disclosed that mother knew it was hopeless

    14. When Hopkins disclosed his observations to Rondon, the latter became even more

    15. Another friend disclosed, “I remember those days when I used to

    16. host, disclosed the secrets to the enemies; therefore he was sought out, and when they had gotten him, they put him in prison

    17. ' And again the Lord said to Raphael: 'Bind Azezel hand and foot, and throw him into the darkness, and make an opening in the desert, which is in Dedeel, and throw him in it; And place on him rough and jagged rocks, and cover him with darkness, and let him abide there forever, and cover his face that he may 6, 7 not see light; And on the day of the great judgement he shall be thrown into the fire; And heal the Earth which the angels have corrupted, and proclaim the healing of the Earth, that they may heal the plague, and that all the children of men may not perish through all the secret things that the Watchers have disclosed and have taught their sons; And the whole Earth has been corrupted through the works that were taught by Azezel: to him ascribe all sin

    18. "It should have been disclosed much, much sooner

    19. He said he didn't know whether the RCMP disclosed the e-mail to Crown

    20. “The husband, who did not want his name disclosed, says that his wife most likely

    21. ' And again the Lord said to Raphael: 'Bind Azezel hand and foot and throw him into the darkness and make an opening in the desert which is in Dedeel and throw him in it; And place on him rough and jagged rocks and cover him with darkness and let him abide there forever and cover his face that he may 6 7 not see light; And on the day of the great judgement he shall be thrown into the fire; And heal the Earth which the angels have corrupted and proclaim the healing of the Earth that they may heal the plague and that all the children of men may not perish through all the secret things that the Watchers have disclosed and have taught their sons; And the whole Earth has been corrupted through the works that were taught by Azezel: to him ascribe all sin

    22. You may have noticed that I have not disclosed where I moved

    23. Author withheld by StARS; his name cannot be disclosed, as otherwise he must

    24. But back in the ’60s he attended as an ordinary member, and an incident disclosed in the North Carolina State University Alumni News in 1971 showed his devotion to his native state and to his career

    25. 18 Now when the king had taken a taste of the manliness of the Jews he went about to take the holds by policy 19 And marched toward Bethsura which was a strong hold of the Jews but he was put to flight failed and lost of his men: 20 For Judas had conveyed to them that were in it such things as were necessary; 21 But Rhodocus who was in the Jews' host disclosed the secrets to the enemies; therefore he was sought out and when they had gotten him they put him in prison

    26. If they have called the master of the house Beelzebul how much more the people of his house! Fear them not therefore for there is nothing covered that shall not be revealed; nor hid that shall not be disclosed and published

    27. disclosed wing of the Great Hall and showed me some of the

    28. that existed in the disclosed wing; and it certainly wasn’t

    29. group’ who did their training in the disclosed wing

    30. disclosed wing of the Great Hall

    31. As soon as he’d mentioned the disclosed wing, Mikkel and

    32. disclosed material) that they’d started pilfering

    33. It moved upwards— and the children fell over on top of one another like a row of dominoes suddenly pushed down Justin and Stephen shot to their feet and rushed to the opening that the moved stone had disclosed

    34. slung around by the rumour mill but he disclosed more about himself that had not followed

    35. ” He continues, “There’s nothing she could have disclosed about their relationship that wasn’t already rumored in the press, or that he couldn’t deny

    36. less information she disclosed about herself, the safer she would

    37. We will hold a meeting shortly so that the latest events that have transpired abroad can be disclosed to as many people as is possible at one time

    38. My Master, waiting nigh to Us, disclosed this further unto me: “Indeed by trust, as well by will

    39. the secrets of his heart are disclosed; and so he will fall on his face and worship God, declaring that God is certainly among you

    40. The qualities of imperfection or facts of misadaptation are disclosed on the material level by critical observation and by scientific analysis; on the moral level, by human experience

    41. YYY months using ZZZ secrets that have never been disclosed

    42. A heap of rules that are unclear, little known and not even disclosed with precision, or even when they are disclosed, they appear incomprehensible

    43. But even after all that had happened, and as subsequent events disclosed, these twelve men were not yet fully delivered from their inbred and long-cherished notions about the coming of the Jewish Messiah

    44. 1 They remained overnight with Celsus, and that evening in the garden, after they had eaten and rested, the twelve gathered about Jesus, and Thomas said: "Master, while we who tarried behind still remain ignorant of what transpired up on the mountain, and which so greatly cheered our brethren who were with you, we crave to have you talk with us concerning our defeat and instruct us in these matters, seeing that those things which happened on the mountain cannot be disclosed at this time

    45. " Jesus knew about the swords and which of his apostles had received and were wearing these weapons, but he never disclosed to them that he knew such things

    46. In the flash there had been briefly disclosed to them a slim white figure standing upright in a sheen of silk and a glint of jewel-crusted gold

    47. Your revelation of truth must be so enhanced by passing through your personal experience that new beauty and actual spiritual gains will be disclosed to all who behold your spiritual fruits and in consequence thereof are led to glorify the Father who is in heaven

    48. 2 On the preceding day Judas had disclosed to some of his relatives and to certain Sadducean friends of his father's family that he had reached the conclusion that, while Jesus was a well-meaning dreamer and idealist, he was not the expected deliverer of Israel

    49. " And when pressed for further revelation of himself, it was only disclosed, "I AM that I AM

    50. 10 His love for ignorant mortals is fully disclosed by his patience and great self-possession in the face of the jeers, blows, and buffetings of the coarse soldiers and the unthinking servants

    1. In this famous Psalm of David , he discloses many reasons for the true

    2. realized man who discloses his realization and fortunate are

    3. 2 "In the time of testing, a man's soul is revealed; trial discloses what really is in the heart

    4. 7 The cross makes a supreme appeal to the best in man because it discloses one who was willing to lay down his life in the service of his fellow men

    5. When a woman has been assaulted, there are mixed feelings in the way she discloses the incident

    6. Pass it on, before a snitch discloses us and we have to scramble

    7. He discloses that Esteban had long been inlove

    8. it with the story of the Evangelists, readily discloses the

    9. I love you more than my behavior discloses

    10. Everything fell out as he wished; Lothario awoke, and the two at once left the house, and Anselmo asked what he was anxious to know, and Lothario in answer told him that he had not thought it advisable to declare himself entirely the first time, and therefore had only extolled the charms of Camilla, telling her that all the city spoke of nothing else but her beauty and wit, for this seemed to him an excellent way of beginning to gain her good-will and render her disposed to listen to him with pleasure the next time, thus availing himself of the device the devil has recourse to when he would deceive one who is on the watch; for he being the angel of darkness transforms himself into an angel of light, and, under cover of a fair seeming, discloses himself at length, and effects his purpose if at the beginning his wiles are not discovered

    11. An improving philosophical Conversation upon the Nature of Orphans, after which the Merry Men are introduced, Lancelot discloses his future Plans, and Horatio’s curious History is reveal’d

    12. In theory a promoter may offer something worth $1 per share at $5, provided he discloses all the facts and adds no false representations

    13. A footnote discloses that Lucent had lent $1

    14. What is “proxy material” and why does Graham insist that you read it? In its proxy statement, which it sends to every shareholder, a company announces the agenda for its annual meeting and discloses details about the compensation and stock ownership of managers and directors, along with transactions between insiders and the company

    15. For example, the 2010 PetSmart 10-K discloses that sales from its two largest vendors approximated 22

    16. The first place to start is the 10-K, in a section titled Risk Factors, where management discloses most of the known risks to the operations of the business

    17. Read the notes to the financial statements in the section where management discloses the breakdown of property, plant, and equipment into categories such as information technology, property, machinery, equipment, buildings, or land

    18. In the 2013 MD&A section of the 10-K, Management discloses that the subscriber base has grown from 28

    19. The lens discloses a large number of hair-ends, clean cut by the scissors of the barber

    20. But besides this being specialised, individualised, from all others, chemistry discloses for us entirely different separate units, acids, nitrogen, etc

    21. “Beauty which discloses to us the kingdom of God blinds us so, that we immediately want to enter it and we forget that this is not the programme of life, but the ideal; and that the programme of life consists in struggle and in effort to attain the kingdom of God, to approach it

    22. And yet common sense itself discloses the fallacies of the doctrine at every step

    23. But, have gentlemen reflected that, if all the evils were drawn from Pandora's box, to vex Great Britain, you could have hit on none so well calculated to call out all her resistance, and all her obstinacy, as this same expedient, the embargo! If she yields to us, under the pressure of such a system, she discloses to us the secret of her independence! Sir, the embargo is war; it was intended as such against Great Britain

    24. But the moment he discloses that knowledge to the public he abandons his occupancy, and the invention becomes subject to the use of others

    1. “Because they knew they’d get fired by disclosing something like that

    2. Elizabeth had been cautious about not disclosing her departure date or itinerary before she left, and Quarles was the only one who knew the reason she was going to Poland

    3. Cousin Jerry’s passport was in the concealed compartment in his suitcase, and Colling had no intention of disclosing its location

    4. She stayed until she had composed herself, and until the disclosing red streaks on her cheeks were gone, then she stood up and walked back to the camp

    5. I then climbed into the truck and conducted as thorough a briefing as possible without disclosing how I came by this knowledge

    6. mail from very high up in the RCMP chain of command, disclosing that

    7. At that instant he saw the tapestry on one of the walls drawn aside, disclosing a narrow stairway

    8. A choking cry escaped him as the head fell back limply, disclosing a throat that had been severed from ear to ear

    9. He pressed upon a gold ornament in the wall, and a panel swung inward, disclosing an ivory stair leading upward

    10. Suddenly Conan's long left arm shot out and ripped the mask from the man's head, disclosing the pallid features

    11. This the man threw back, disclosing a pale oval of a face, with calm, delicately chiseled features

    12. There was also a lethal bacterium that was also injected, but we're not disclosing that information at this time

    13. Therefore, encouraged by Marshall, and manipulated by Bradley, Eisenhower placated the Soviets, by disclosing to them his plans

    14. Document disclosing the terms of a loan

    15. disclosing the hiding places of the Jews, so that the Muslims can come

    16. Parents in those days had always avoided from disclosing the carnal and sexual process that produce babies upon this earth

    17. As a friend, you would find me frank in interaction, but as husband, I might be selective in disclosing

    18. As for the “gossipmonger”, it is not meant to be that who carps at people by disclosing their faults, yet it indicates that who carps at himself by what he fastens on his spirit of stinginess, miserliness, oppression, envy and other spiritual faults which arise from loving this life

    19. The young teenager paused here, and leaned forward and confided in the hushed tone of one whose disclosing a well-guarded secret…

    20. For the next ten minutes George recounted a selection of Sam’s expenses, pausing for effect when disclosing those that seemed indefensible, and looking towards Tara with a look of “and you won’t believe the next one

    21. Stock market without disclosing their identity

    22. He looked back at her and she could tell he was obviously regretting his error at disclosing such information and causing her distress

    23. try to promote but it is the art that science perfected by never disclosing information they prefer not to and

    24. Usually, these two terms are used mainly for describing and disclosing the nature of processes and phenomena taking place in the history of life of the biological forms

    25. or "your sister seems out of spirits," he had appeared on the point, either of disclosing, or of inquiring, something particular about her

    26. His chief reward for the painful exertion of disclosing past sorrows and present humiliations, was given in the pitying eye with which Marianne sometimes observed him, and the gentleness of her voice whenever (though it did not often happen) she was obliged, or could oblige herself to speak to him

    27. of them, disclosing a square flat stone with a brass ring in the middle to raise it

    28. nearly disclosing who I was, and putting a stop to it at once

    29. endeavoured, as she stood, by disclosing her thighs, to gain us a

    30. Dantes reflected, as he worked, on the shout of joy which, with a single word, he could evoke from all these men, if he gave utterance to the one unchanging thought that pervaded his heart; but, far from disclosing this precious secret, he almost feared that he had already said too much, and by his restlessness and continual questions, his minute observations and evident pre-occupation, aroused suspicions

    31. I did not mention peace in disclosing my plan because the whole plan is based on the premise of peace

    32. He snatched off the dark beard which had disguised him and threw it on the ground, disclosing a long, sallow, clean-shaven face below it

    33. opened, disclosing a red mouth and throat

    34. Her spark then endeavoured, as she stood, by disclosing her thighs, to gain us a completer sight of that central charm of attraction, but not obtaining it so conveniently in that attitude, he led her to the foot of the couch, and bringing it to one of the pillows gently inclined her head down, so that as she leaned with it over her crossed hands, straddling with her thighs wide spread, and jutting her body out, she presented a full back view of her person, naked to her waist

    35. And then two weeks later, Pete Domenici stunned Washington by announcing that he wasn’t going to run for reelection and then disclosing the reason why: he had been diagnosed with a serious neurological condition, frontotemporal lobar degeneration

    36. Later on, as you might have heard, he rendered us a service by disclosing to the then chief of police the presence in the town of some professional thieves, who came from a distance to wreck and rob our monthly pay train

    37. His chin nestling within the points of his collar, he devoured her stealthily with his eyes, which, luckily, were round and hard like clouded marbles, and incapable of disclosing his sentiments

    38. With every appearance of lumber for the price of good lumber if she thought she would not be detected, and she of reluctance at disclosing the unpleasant truth, she would sigh and tell prospective customers that her competitors’ lumber was far too high in price, rotten, full of knot holes and in general of deplorably poor quality

    39. To hold her perfectly in the pinch of that, I found I had only to ask her how, if I had "made it up," I came to be able to give, of each of the persons appearing to me, a picture disclosing, to the last detail, their special marks—a portrait on the exhibition of which she had instantly recognized and named them

    40. ) No attempt should be made to subject the depreciation figures to exact comparisons; they are useful only in disclosing wide and obvious disparities in the rates used

    41. Tikhon scratched his back with one hand and his head with the other, then suddenly his whole face expanded into a beaming, foolish grin, disclosing a gap where he had lost a tooth (that was why he was called Shcherbaty- the gap-toothed)

    42. Moreover, there was in all these words of Thenardier, in his accent, in his gesture, in his glance which darted flames at every word, there was, in this explosion of an evil nature disclosing everything, in that mixture of braggadocio and abjectness, of pride and pettiness, of rage and folly, in that chaos of real griefs and false sentiments, in that immodesty of a malicious man tasting the voluptuous delights of violence, in that shameless nudity of a repulsive soul, in that conflagration of all sufferings combined with all hatreds, something which was as hideous as evil, and as heart-rending as the truth

    43. My friends and I have made a point of disclosing everything in our portfolios to each other

    44. It was not the first time of her feeling the same kind of conviction; for, more than once before, beginning with the observation of “your sister looks unwell to-day,” or “your sister seems out of spirits,” he had appeared on the point, either of disclosing, or of inquiring, something particular about her

    45. Crossing in the darkness, as we did, I was unable to see but little, except as the nearer moon, in her wild and ceaseless hurtling through the Barsoomian heavens, lit up little patches of the landscape from time to time, disclosing walled fields and low, rambling buildings, presenting much the appearance of earthly farms

    46. I watched her mother take her curls, lay them flat behind her ears (thus disclosing portions of her forehead and temples which I had not yet seen), and wrap her up so completely in the green shawl that nothing was left visible but the tip of her nose

    47. He stopped and saw an officer with sharp pointed moustaches and shining face who sat in the trap of a swell isvostchik and waved his hand in a friendly manner, his smile disclosing unusually long, white teeth

    48. Tíkhon scratched his back with one hand and his head with the other, then suddenly his whole face expanded into a beaming, foolish grin, disclosing a gap where he had lost a tooth (that was why he was called Shcherbáty—the gap-toothed)

    49. I shall not, however, in this instance, depart from my invariable habit, when urged by duty to participate in debate before this honorable body, of disclosing in the most undisguised manner my real opinions upon the whole subject, free of any consideration of political difficulties or inconveniences which may consequently affect myself

    50. Certainly a man is not less entitled to the bounty of Congress who has given to the public the results of his labors, than he who has enjoyed the benefit of a monopoly for fourteen years; nor will it be asserted that the right of the community to an invention is less complete from the expiration of a patent, than from the bare act of disclosing it

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