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1. In the commencement of this inquiry, Mr.
2. I shall be there before the commencement.
3. The origin and commencement of his grief.
4. In one respect, Commencement at Berea, Ky.
5. It proved the commencement of delirium: Mr.
6. So this is the point of commencement of the war.
7. We are in the wrong from the commencement of our Navy.

8. The armies were divided at the commencement of the campaign.
9. There is constant growth of wisdom after the commencement of spir-.
10. Formally open the doors and celebrate the commencement of the school.
11. The commencement of that movement was the movement from west to east.
12. By the end of the term a commencement was held for the graduating class.
13. The singing was an important and interesting feature of Commencement week.
14. All eyes shifted to Kosmo who sat as though he were at a commencement speech.
15. So facts, figures and numerals should come at the commencement of the speech.
16. Alexander’s address, on Commencement Day, on Natural and Acquired Right.
17. We were to expect, in the commencement of the war, to suffer such misfortunes.
18. Alexander- just what he had least desired at the commencement of the interview.
19. At that time they got rejected in the commencement of prosecution based on the.
20. I was too late for the examinations, but in time for the Commencement exercises.
21. But we must not forget that that bill is but the commencement of what is needed.
22. The first time she left her chamber was at the commencement of the following March.
23. She now saw him from the commencement of that scene and relived what she had then.
24. Totski ended his tale with the same dignity that had characterized its commencement.
25. This has been the result year after year since the commencement of the institution.
26. She now saw him from the commencement of that scene and relived what she had then felt.
27. The wrongs of the last war had not been forgotten at the commencement of the present one.
28. He hopes to be able to have all ready at the commencement of the ensuing year, God willing.
29. Since the commencement of the war in Spain, Cuba has almost witnessed the same scenes as St.
30. Javert was probably already at the commencement of the street at whose end Jean Valjean stood.
31. So it was understood at its very commencement; it was for that cause that Christ was crucified.
32. Owing to an accident at the commencement of March, he became for some days a fixture in the kitchen.
33. Arjun is fur ther told that the expression sat is employed when the commencement of the undertaken.
34. The manner of its commencement was not less hostile than the spirit with which it has been prosecuted.
35. It was waged in its commencement against the right asserted by the parent country to tax the colonies.
36. But it was not as hurtful as the shame and embarrassment she felt with the commencement of her period.
37. It was evident that the execution was, in the eyes of the people, only the commencement of the Carnival.
38. He appeared to be wholly unconscious of the time that had elapsed from the commencement of his delirium.
39. When requested, Subba Reddy gladly put the drafting table to use, as a mark of the commencement of work.
40. Pastor Joseph Lee from their family church stood impatiently awaiting, the commencement of the ceremony.
41. Brown, of New York, we learn that eighty-seven persons have been killed up to the commencement of this year.
42. The explanation, I believe, lies in the nature of the climate before the commencement of the Glacial period.
43. I found several letters, and, among others, one which I discovered from its commencement to be from your father.
44. The intervening terms between his beginning Sixth Form and the summer of his commencement flew by him like a blur.
45. Kermit the frog delivered the commencement address at Southampton College located in the state of New York in 1996.
46. But this thought, which supported me in the commencement of my career, now serves only to plunge me lower in the dust.
47. I thought to myself how cool would it be to have the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff be the commencement speaker.
48. This bombing campaign will fittingly commence in 2184, the centennial anniversary of the commencement of Project Cleanse.
49. Gardenier, from the commencement of the same to the words "Great Britain," as contained in the words following, to wit:.
50. I repeated its substance on my return; and Edgar Linton, little interested at the commencement, spoke no more of interfering.
51. People all over the world had stayed at their homes with TV in front and were waiting for commencement of proceedings eagerly.
52. The insect lays its eggs in the commencement of autumn, at the roots of trees and near the ground: they are hatched early in May.
53. At its commencement on the south, a conical hill, called Sugar Loaf, of red conglomerate, rises abruptly from the plain 500 feet.
54. This article shall have retrospect to the commencement of the first conferences at this place in the present year, and no further.
55. It was, in fact, only the commencement of the campaign that prevented Rostov from returning home as he had promised and marrying Sonya.
56. No epoch, however, can be assigned for the commencement of belief in resurrection among the Hebrews with any semblance of probability.
57. Chapter 19: General Colin Powell Delivers the Commencement Address Vet Tech had been on its feet for close to a year when I read in a D.
58. It was, in fact, only the commencement of the campaign that prevented Rostóv from returning home as he had promised and marrying Sónya.
59. Before the commencement of the present disturbances, the colony assemblies had not only the legislative, but a part of the executive power.
60. In the Message of the President, at the commencement of the session, pages 4th and 5th, we find the demand stated in the following terms:.
61. In concluding his address, he said he could think of no greater honor for an old grad than being asked back to make a commencement speech.
62. Brass plates inscribed with the names of each year's classes were to be mounted, in succession, after commencement exercises were completed.
63. The commencement of the tuberculous process we are not, as you are aware, able to define; till there are cavities, there is nothing definite.
64. Fox came last into power—he disapproved of the commencement and conduct of the war, and yet he called for and received the necessary supplies.
65. At the commencement of the war, France was nearly her equal on the ocean, and several other nations of Europe maintained a powerful naval force.
66. The President, in his Message at the commencement of this session, declared the fact, and the war now rests solely on the subject of impressment.
67. Before I enter further on the argument, I ask the House to indulge me for a moment while I explain my views relative to the commencement of the war.
68. We know that at the close of the Revolutionary war tobacco bore a greater price than previous to its commencement, and amply remunerated the holders.
69. On the opposite side of the river are a few buildings, the commencement of a canal, and, behind these, moderately elevated hills, covered with woods.
70. Pray give us the essential facts from the commencement, and I can afterwards question you as to those details which seem to me to be most important.
71. They can be relied upon to give a perfectly flat, even tone, but with a rather hard sharp edge at the sides, and also at the commencement of the touch.
72. Above Bojoston, Zarkog’s forces were starting their attack anew, exactly the same as they had at the commencement of their first attempt at the exercise.
73. The whole purport of his remarks now was evidently to exalt himself and insult Alexander—just what he had least desired at the commencement of the interview.
74. Noirtier having at the commencement of the discussion been attacked by a sort of apoplectic fit, the affair would necessarily be deferred for some days longer.
75. After the commencement of the winter semester, the day to day routine of university life seemed pedestrian and dull and his discontent began to affect his work.
76. When the doctors were left alone, the family doctor began timidly explaining his opinion, that there was a commencement of tuberculous trouble, but… and so on.
77. Virginia sanctioned it immediately after its enactment, and before the commencement of the present Federal Government, to wit, on the 30th day of December, 1788.
78. All jewellery is removed prior to commencement of the process as well as all metal objects that would create a hazard to staff, such as pacemakers and the like.
79. In those two wars, the colonies cost Great Britain much more than double the sum which the national debt amounted to before the commencement of the first of them.
80. The affair seems absurdly trifling, and yet I dare call nothing trivial when I reflect that some of my most classic cases have had the least promising commencement.
81. Another, and a public reason, for the preference, may be found in the greater convenience with which money may be paid at the end, than at the commencement of a war.
82. In order to be understood he would take a concise retrospect of our relations with Britain since nearly the commencement of the present Government of the United States.
83. He was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Humanities Degree by NC State in 1978, and that same year, on May 13, he gave State’s Eighty-ninth Annual Commencement address.
84. Randolph said that for the last eight years or thereabouts an alteration had taken place in the manner of doing business at the commencement of each session of Congress.
85. Aroused by this signal, slight as it was, he sprang upon his feet with a confused recollection of the self-imposed duty he had assumed with the commencement of the night.
86. Lewes has urged, that at the first commencement of life many different forms were evolved; but if so, we may conclude that only a very few have left modified descendants.
87. The total number of Chinese who had attended the schools, for a longer or shorter period, from September 1st (the commencement of our fiscal year) to May 31st, was 1,178.
88. More than seven years have elapsed since the commencement of this system of hostile aggression by the British Government, on the rights and interests of the United States.
89. The correspondence between the Department of State and this Minister will show how unessentially the features presented in its commencement have been varied in its progress.
90. You see, at the commencement of an investigation it is something to know that your client is in close contact with some one who, for good or evil, has an exceptional nature.
91. But it is said that, although our privateers were successful at the commencement of the Revolutionary War, before the conclusion of that contest they were entirely destroyed.
92. Heathcliff, we have each had a commencement, and each stumbled and tottered on the threshold; had our teachers scorned instead of aiding us, we should stumble and totter yet.
93. From the commencement of the winter fishing 1771, to the end of the winter fishing 1781, the tonnage bounty upon the herring-buss fishery has been at thirty shillings the ton.
94. Place Louis in front and Brumaire behind, you have the whole destiny of the man, with this significant peculiarity, that the end treads close on the heels of the commencement.
95. What a harvest he would have reaped from the robbery of your merchantmen, had the embargo been raised, as was expected by the British Cabinet, at the commencement of the session.
96. The commencement of his speech had obviously been made with the intention of demonstrating the advantages of his position and showing that he was nevertheless willing to negotiate.
97. These eternal wars on with their utopian objectives precipitated the commencement of the Wars for Immortality: eternal wars for the ultimate human utopian vision – eternal life.
98. My father was also a member of the Friends of Ithaca College and received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree at the College’s 1985 Commencement when he delivered the main address.
99. Ever since the commencement of "his continental system," as it is called, the policy of Napoleon has uniformly been to oblige the United States to effectual co-operation in that system.
100. Hence, sir, difficulties thicken on every side, and at least three times the force is now necessary to effect the conquest, which would have been required at the commencement of the war.

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