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The founder was now pissed.
I’m the founder of the.
Ajay Ohri is the founder of.
Stallman, founder of the GNU.
Delawnay was the founder in 1912.
Hughes (the system founder) on the.
David Bain is the founder of the

The founder of the sect remained in.
DiTesco), is the founder and owner of.
Following the example of founder Jerry.
Gannett, the founder of the Gannett Co.
That Judas was the founder we know on.
Reich, the founder of body psychotherapy.
The founder of Sikhism and the first of.
Joseph Mercola is the founder of Mercola.
Can you? Founder and president of the.
Will Keith Kellogg was the founder of the W.
The founder of the Market was Hun Moorland.
He was founder of the Centre for Preventa-.
Bill Child, founder of furniture retailer R.
Canonized, raised to the rank of founder in.
Alex Whalley is the owner and founder of the.
Paley, founder and former chairman, CBS, Inc.
Hayek, founder of the classical liberal Mont.
Founder of Self-Realization Fellowship in the U.
It is named after the founder of American greed.
He was the founder and president, and for sure.
Joyce Mbaya is the Founder and Author of GIBÉBÉ.
As Groseclose noted, the founder of SOBs, Gerald D.
Adam is the Founder, Executive Chairman and Chief.
Chris is the founder and owner of The Christopher.
Yugoslavia, the founder member has been brocken up.
The Cohiba as well, whose founder started rolling.
We have a final meeting with the school’s founder.
He believed that he would be the founder of a nation.
In the late 1980s, Eddie Harrison the founder of the.
Dave and Sherry Gold, founder of 99 Cent Only Stores.
Galdikas is President and founder of the Orang-utan.
The founder or creator of a given style developed his.
The Arts Committee, of which they were founder members.
Ours, under the present administration, is foundering and about to capsize.
There was a long silence, broken only by the lapping of the waves as the foundering ship spun slowly in the current.
Inez Fleming’s husband had arrived right then and told Inez not to talk to the press, and now, six hours later, Cindy was foundering in quicksand and running out of time.
And yet, tho’ the Decks were pounded and drown’d, we somehow did not crack, tho’ all around us, Ships were foundering, or cutting down their Masts, e’en before the Wind could do it for ’em.
Well, I ventured, if one were riding down that river one would be too busy trying to avoid hitting rocks or foundering in the rough water to see much and one would have to be able to fly to see it from the air.
Now, gentlemen, sweeping a ship's deck at sea is a piece of household work which in all times but raging gales is regularly attended to every evening; it has been known to be done in the case of ships actually foundering at the time.
As an accompaniment to this picture Bert played the tune of `Goodbye, Dolly, I must leave you', and by the time the audience had finished singing the chorus he had rolled on another scene, which depicted a dreadful storm at sea, with a large ship evidently on the point of foundering.
This ended, in prolonged solemn tones, like the continual tolling of a bell in a ship that is foundering at sea in a fog—in such tones he commenced reading the following hymn; but changing his manner towards the concluding stanzas, burst forth with a pealing exultation and joy—.
Nevertheless, in the emptiness of so many women who came into his life in the same way, he did not remember that she was the one who in the delirium of that first meeting was on the point of foundering in her own tears and scarcely an hour before her death had sworn to love him until she died.
Such a conflict could explain why I stumbled, clipped one tree trunk with my left shoulder, another with my right, slipped and fell to one knee, thrust up and took only a dozen steps before foundering against a projection of rock, over which I clambered as gracefully as if I had been wearing clown shoes.
In other words, sir, to avoid the possibility of Christophe and his seamen foundering on board these rotten hulks, my colleague would much rather drive him into Baltimore, where he can purchase good vessels, which will answer his purpose much better than these frigates, which the barbarians would not know how to manage, and which are not calculated, from their great draught, for predatory warfare in the West India seas.
A time arrives when the representative of timocracy has a son: at first he begins by emulating his father and walking in his footsteps, but presently he sees him of a sudden foundering against the State as upon a sunken reef, and he and all that he has is lost; he may have been a general or some other high officer who is brought to trial under a prejudice raised by informers, and either put to death, or exiled, or deprived of the privileges of a citizen, and all his property taken from him.
Is this how it was over a century ago, she wondered, when the women, the night before, lay ready for sleep, or not ready, in the small towns of the East, and heard the sound of horses in the night and the creak of the Conestoga wagons ready to go, and the brooding of oxen under the trees, and the cry of children already lonely before their time? All the sounds of arrivals and departures into the deep forests and fields, the blacksmiths working in their own red hells through midnight? And the smell of bacons and hams ready for the journeying, and the heavy feel of the wagons like ships foundering with goods, with water in the wooden kegs to tilt and slop across prairies, and the chickens hysterical in their slung-beneath-the-wagon crates, and the dogs running out to the wilderness ahead and, fearful, running back with a look of empty space in their eyes? Is this, then, how it was so long ago? On the rim of the precipice, on the edge of the cliff of stars? In their time the smell of buffalo, and in our time the smell of the Rocket? Is this, then, how it was?
Friendships have foundered on less.
His last valet was a big, foundered, short-.
They would have foundered in the Dead Marshes but for Gollum.
He describes how a feeble little nag has foundered under too heavy a load and cannot move.
She had ridden all night, and dawn found her with a foundered steed on the swampy shores of the sea.
The money ran out, another investment foundered, the loan came due, and Louie had to turn over his keys.
Prendergast threw us over a chart, told us that we were shipwrecked mariners whose ship had foundered in Lat.
Shortly after this visit the relationship with Rose foundered on a sea of unreturned telephone calls and ignored emails.
Hippolyte went to Neufchatel, and Justin so spurred Bovary's horse that he left it foundered and three parts dead by the hill at Bois-Guillaume.
He had left Cornoiller at Angers to look after the horses, which were well-nigh foundered, with orders to bring them home slowly after they were rested.
In these sheltered lakes the little coloured flowers swam and slid; surmounted smooth slippery waves, and sometimes foundered and lay like pebbles on the glass floor.
Next day we were picked up by the brig Hotspur, bound for Australia, whose captain found no difficulty in believing that we were the survivors of a passenger ship which had foundered.
Franklin continued, a message was received telling the fateful news that the Carpathia reached the Titanic and found nothing but boats and wreckage; that the Titanic had foundered at 2.
We are liege subjects of the catholic chivalry of Europe that foundered at Trafalgar and of the empire of the spirit, not an imperium, that went under with the Athenian fleets at Aegospotami.
Nothing in life will ever approach the joy felt by the hundreds who were waiting in little boats on the spot where the Titanic foundered when the lights of the Carpathia were first distinguished.
If Operation Demon Brother has indeed foundered, then the Econoline and the books inside are all he has to show for his own existence, and he’s not about to give them up, even if the van is by most lights Sol’s.
While the corrected list cleared up two or more of the wireless confusions that caused so much speculation in the original list, there still remained a few names that so far as the record of the Titanic showed were not on board that ship when she foundered.
If the worst happens, and the ship fills with water because she has foundered or been holed, the ballast stones will automatically be dumped by Translocation, and if necessary much of the cargo as well, until it has been freed of enough weight that the wood of her material is sufficient to keep her afloat.
A splintered boat and a number of crates and fragments of spars rising and falling on the waves showed us where the vessel had foundered; but there was no sign of life, and we had turned away in despair when we heard a cry for help, and saw at some distance a piece of wreckage with a man lying stretched across it.
Hamstrung, the old old man foundered to his knees, as did his suppliant images, his congregation of terrified selves one week, one month, two years, twenty, fifty, seventy, ninety years from now! every second, minute, and long-after-midnight hour of his possible survival into insanity, there all sank grayer, more yellow as the mirrors ricocheted him through, bled him lifeless, mouthed him dry, then threatened to whiff him to skeletal dusts and litter his moth ashes to the floor.
Founders of the ADD Team.
At least the two founders.
Our founders warned of this.
Th e founders of the Church.
The three founders of the RKU.
Th e founders of the WCC ex-.
Maurice were among its founders.
One of our underrated founders.
One of original six founders, Mr.
Many other religions have founders.
One of the most important Founders.
Certain of the founders understood.
To the top, she knows the founders.
Chad and Steve the YouTube Founders:.
This was true of the founders as well.
One of the founders is the current CEO.
The founders of the firm established the.
Testament by the founders of Christianity.
This was not the intention of the founders.
Its first founders were three Polish nobles.
Founders of most family-controlled businesses.
Let’s look back to the time of the Founders.
I was told one of the founders made this himself.
Yes, she knew the founders much better than he did.
Why did the founders of communism want to wipe out.
Our founders in many cases were men of great faith.
These are some of the true founders of Christianity.
Our founders saw the press as an ally of the people.
Quite normally the Founders could not predict the future.
I asked if he was descended from the founders of the town.
So taught one of his holy founders, Saint Francis de Sales.
Hay is also known as one of the founders of the self-help.
If this ship founders, like the others, he is a ruined man.
Dave and Sherry Gold, founders of 99 Cent Only Stores; and.
St "James," who was killed by the founders of Christianity.
One of the founders of the Expansive poetry movement, Fred-.
Good grief, Ava knew, a woman who knows Founders, intimately.
The founders of this country established a capitalist nation.
The founders were the beginning, the most powerful of us, ever.
Pure and simple, the Vatican and the founders of Christianity.

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