(1) Muscle biopsy showed rather small muscle fivers with variations in size and proliferation of connective tissue.
(2) Nobody is sure what dangerous chemical imbalance this would create but the Fiver is convinced we'd all be dust come October or November, the earth scorched, with only three survivors roaming o'er the barren landscape: Govan's answer to King Lear, ranting into a hole in the ground; a mute, wild-eyed pundit, staring without blinking into a hole in the ground; and a tall, irritable figure standing in front of the pair of them, screaming in the style popularised by Klaus Kinski, demanding they take a look at his goddamn trouser arrangement, which he has balanced here on the platform of his hand for easy perusal, or to hell with them, for they are no better than pigs, worthless, spineless pigs.
(3) Nevertheless, she has set ATM providers a target of increasing the amount of fivers in machines to 1.2% during 2012.
(4) The magazine’s editor, Alan Harvey, told the Guardian: “He sent us a fiver, which would have been enough for about five issues, but I’ve never met him.
(5) Then, with an upswing, as though he'd just found a fiver in the pocket of his jacket, he added: "That cost less than a phone call, and yet it told me so much more."
(6) The only way I could do it was because I came from a fucked-up situation, so I knew how to survive on a fiver – I tasted real struggle.
(7) But the filthy fiver, says Dr Ron Cutler, who led the study, could be the spark that lights the fire of an epidemic.
(8) So what are the facts and falsehoods about our new fivers?
(9) My legs didn’t stop shaking, I did some jokes, the audience laughed, and the promoter gave me a fiver I felt like I’d walked on the moon.
(10) My dad was quite encouraging about my music career and well chuffed that I was earning a fiver a week performing at Hayling Island Sunshine holiday Camp, but that all changed when I joined the band.
(11) Cash machine operators dislike fivers because they take up a lot of space relative to their value, meaning that busy machines are likely to run out sooner.
(12) FIVER LETTERS "Thank you for featuring our Wayne Thorne's revival from a coma in yesterday's Fiver.
(13) Five's family of channels, including satellite stations such as Five US and Fiver, maintained an 8.9% share of the TV ad market in the first six months of 2008, RTL said.
(14) Likewise, if you sign up to the O Fiverão , you will also receive The Fiver.
(15) Fatty fivers and the Indian Mutiny Not since the Indian Mutiny of 1857 has there been as much fuss about tallow.
(16) KateModern won the innovation award at this year's Broadcasting Press Guild awards, and its follow-up, Sofia's Diary, was acquired by Channel Five to run on its rebranded digital channel, Fiver.
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(18) Robinson has witnessed many banknote landmarks, including the last issue of the white "fiver" before a move to colour in the 1950s, the first portrayal of a monarch in 1960, when the Queen appeared on a new £1 note, and the introduction of historical figures such as William Shakespeare in the 1970s.
(19) What is evident is that the new notes are far more durable than existing fivers, few of which ever see their own fifth birthday.
(20) "Can I just say how impressed I am that yesterday's email arrived early at 4.30pm despite the whole of Kings Place [where Big Office is based – Fiver Ed] being evacuated for the very same fire alarm you mention at the end?
(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Tithe
(n.) The act of levying or taking tithes; that which is taken as tithe; a tithe.
(n.) A number or company of ten householders who, dwelling near each other, were sureties or frankpledges to the king for the good behavior of each other; a decennary.
(1) Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson , who is currently positioned second in the polls behind Trump, was given respectful time to explain the medical consensus dismissing what many see as crackpot theories about vaccines and autism – but was only pressed briefly on his own arguably equally crackpot assertion that any form of progressive taxation amounts to socialism and the US should opt for a biblical tithe system instead.
(2) All five cell lines had small deposits of intramembraneous alkaline phosphatase in the plasma membrane and deposits associated tith the mitochondrial membranes and the endoplasmic reticulum that were not completely inhibited by phenylalanine or Levamisole.
(3) He dined with developers in private, at a huge property junket in Cannes called Mipim, and publicly announced his grand bargain with capital: they should be allowed to build as big as they wanted, as long as he could take a tithe of the proceeds to spend on such things as affordable housing.
(4) By the end of 2003, Christ Fellowship was the church where we regularly attended services,” he recalls in American Son, “and the church we tithed to as well.
(5) A request to his campaign to clarify whether he still tithes to the church was not returned at time of publication.
(6) But this is hardly what we think of as "social enterprise" – it looks more like a kind of feudalism, run on tithes and tributes and grudging sense of noblesse oblige .
(7) What's demolished: Harmondsworth Moor, Harmondsworth, and Longford - 950 homes, and the Tithe Barn and St Mary's Church in Harmondsworth, both sites of significant heritage value.
(8) This alone is an impressive list of publications and public awards, but is a mere tithe of Carpenter's extraordinary output, which also includes magnificently researched histories of the BBC Third programme, the postwar English satire movement, American writers in Paris between the wars, the Brideshead generation, and the 'angry young men', as well as an Oxford Companion to Children's Literature.
(9) But the Conservatives clearly don’t value all inheritances, for all their noise about the evils of inheritance tax, a tithe on extreme wealth that in practice afflicts barely anyone.
(10) He tithed, donating part of his salary to his local Pentecostal church, and fasted once a week.
(11) This is what coffee can be – what coffee is – that makes artisanal devotees travel, tithe and tip for what we could never, ever get at Starbucks .
(12) I'd like to see a movement of older people helping younger people and that might take all sorts of forms, like tithing part of your winter fuel allowance if you can afford to, or mentoring.
(13) Members are expected both to sell copies of the Nation’s paper, The Final Call, and submit tithes.
(14) On Wednesday airport authorities unveiled three proposals for a third runway, one of which would mean that St Mary's and a huge tithe barn next door would almost certainly be demolished along with hundreds of homes in Harmondsworth.
(15) Near Llantwit Major, the St Donat's Arts Centre ( stdonats.com ) – in an old tithe barn within St Donats Castle, formerly a home of William Randolph Hearst – puts on regular concerts, plays and exhibitions.
(16) Malcolm Muggeridge, in his book The Thirties, described the growth of the BBC in that decade (it had 4,233 employees by July 1939) thus: “The BBC came to pass silently, invisibly; like a coral reef, cells busily multiplying, until it was a vast structure … a society, with its king and lords and commoners, its laws and dossiers and revenue and easily suppressed insurrection …” Others think of it as like a religion: its foundations are faith and trust, and it will wither away when the congregations cease to believe in it (and pay their tithes to it).