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(4) If you haven't seen the footage of the 22-year-old being chatted up by the veteran actor after she won the best actress Oscar, then get thee to YouTube immediately .
(5) In the isolated perfused liver of the dog, cooling produced vasoconstriction in the hepatic arterial bed and, particularly, in thee vascular bed of the portal vein.
(6) The speech starts, both literally and metaphorically, in the shadow of Lincoln (King spoke at the Lincoln Memorial), ends with a quote from a Negro spiritual, and in between quotes the song “My Country ’Tis of Thee” while evoking “a dream rooted in the American dream” and drawing references from the Bible and the Constitution.
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(8) Alan Clarke, economist at Scotia Bank, said the minutes showed that two or thee MPC members were eager to resume asset purchases very soon.
(9) Thatcher chose the hymns He Who Would Valiant Be, the Charles Wesley hymn Love Divine, All Loves Excelling, reflecting the influence of her Methodist upbringing, and the patriotic verse I Vow to Thee My Country.
(10) The wicker coffin, draped in the flags of Great Britain and Brazil and an Arsenal scarf, and accompanied by an escort of Hell's Angels and the London Dixieland jazz band playing Just a Closer Walk with Thee, arrived at Golders Green crematorium in the midst of rain and storm.
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(12) Be a feminist, we pray thee, Be a feminist, we pray thee.
(13) The Roman philosopher Marcus Aurelius Antoninus alerts us to easier resolutions of our daily diagnostic dilemmas: "Look within and let neither the peculiar quality of anything nor its value escape thee."
(14) That they had always known that thee advantage was theirs, a draw always likely to be sufficient unless South Korea did something extraordinary 420 kilometres away in São Paulo, did not diminish the joy.
(15) Among the women with positive reactions for chlamydial infection, in 52.8% thee pregnancy was pathological.
(16) Alex Crawford (@AlexCrawfordSky) #oscartrial Thee is much talk among media abt why Frank Chiziweni wasnt called by State.
(17) 1987 Labour's policy on arms Saatchi & Saatchi The ads targeted Labour's unilateral disarmament policy, and political broadcasts ended with a fluttering union flag, to the strains of I Vow to Thee My Country.
(18) Click here to watch skylark song video Poets and composers have long been mesmerised by the skylark's song, including Shelley, whose Ode to a Skylark opens with the unforgettable pronouncement: " Hail to thee, blithe spirit!
(19) I deliberately used archaic language for the chorus: "banish" rather than "drive out" and "we pray thee", a supplication not in the original.
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(1) A world conference in Edinburgh during August 1988 will have the theme.
(2) That, roughly, was the theme of the Wednesday Play, Cathy Come Home, (BBC1) directed by Kenneth Loach, produced by Tony Garnett.
(3) as well as nauseatingly hipster titbits – "They came up with the perfect theme (and coined a new term!
(4) Sometimes it can seem as if the history of the City is the history of its crises and disasters, from the banking crisis of 1825 (which saw undercapitalised banks collapse – perhaps the closest historic parallel to the contemporary credit crunch), through the Spanish panic of 1835, the railway bust of 1837, the crash of Overend Gurney, the Kaffir boom, the Westralian boom, the Marconi scandal, and so on and on – a theme with endless variations.
(5) By no means is this a new theme, but it has taken on an added sharpness and urgency after the conferences.
(6) An obsessional artist who was an enemy of all institutions, cinematic as well as social, and whose principal theme was intolerance, he invariably gets delivered to us today by institutions - most recently the National Film Theatre, which starts a Dreyer retrospective this month - that can't always be counted on to represent him in all his complexity.
(7) Read more Clinton spoke before more than a thousand supporters on Saturday at a launch event for “Women for Hillary” in New Hampshire, touching upon many of the familiar themes of her presidential campaign – equal pay for women, paid family leave, raising the minimum wage.
(8) The Christmas theme doesn't end there; "America's Christmas Hometown" also has Santa's Candy Castle, a red-brick building with turrets that was built by the Curtiss Candy Company in the 1930s and sells gourmet candy canes in abundance.
(9) Similar paradoxes bedevilled all the other chief themes.
(10) Synthesis and discussion is focused on five major areas in which gerontological continuity and change are evidenced: 1) transformation of basic themes over time; 2) gerontology's identity crisis; 3) the social ideology of gerontology; 4) evolution and refinement of gerontological ideas and methods; and 5) temporal frameworks.
(11) A key theme is expected to be that early intervention at every stage of life can prevent society having to continue "paying for the costs of failure".
(12) One constant theme is the wish for the Dalai Lama to return."
(13) The national anthems Nothing to say about the Indian anthem, but the New Zealand one sounds like the theme tune for an 1960s ATV variety spectacular.
(14) Ever since the ex-PD leader Walter Veltroni started praising President Kennedy as a way to jettison communism, this has been an abiding theme, manifesting itself institutionally in the desperate attempt to engineer a US-style two-party system through breathtakingly inept electoral reforms – the latest one, the " Porcellum " (after porcello, swine), was behind the impasse earlier this year.
(15) Ladybird: I’m Ready to Spell has a space theme, and is based on the phonics that kids will be learning in their first years at school.
(16) Bleak jokes and cartoons have been circulating for weeks in the anti-Assad camp on the theme of barrel bombs serving as ballot boxes.
(17) Redesigning the dream was identified as the integrative theme in the substantive theory that described how family members gradually modify their beliefs about organ transplantation and develop attitudes and beliefs to meet the challenge of living with continual unpredictability.
(18) Oil operators, large and small, are very keen to address the key themes of the waste hierarchy.
(19) And they kept coming … the hilarious Octodad: Dadliest Catch , the chilling psychological horror game Daylight , which again, uses procedural generation to create new environments (procedural content is another next-gen theme); and Galak-Z from 17bit Studios, described as an AI and physics-driven open-world action game.
(20) Cross-sectional as well as longitudinal comparisons indicated that the subjective sexual arousal elicited during fantasy depicting specific themes was stable across the menstrual cycle.