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“Aymeric," he said to one of our afflicted company, "you draw a good bow for a blind man; hide yourself in the opposite ditch, and be ready when I give the word 'Pax vobiscum.”
“Organizer Aymeric Pasquier said it was an honest mistake.”
“The figures are "a tad better than expectations," said Societe G é n é rale's Aymeric de Villaret said, noting that liquefied natural-gas production played a role in the positive result.”
“Suzanne Aymeric said she can only remember a blur in the hours after she suffered a stroke in December, but she remembers the jarring sneeze that nearly took her life.”
“Aymeric Mantoux and Benoist Simmat, in their scathing biography Ségolène Royal: La Dame Aux Deux Visages (Ségolène Royal: The Lady With Two Faces), describe Royal as “a woman of the left and a mother of the right,” which says it well.”
“Aymeric sez, "I was at the Brussels demo [against software patents] today and the result, it appears, was slightly positive.”
“Delaney in his Dictionary of the Saints relates that He went on the Crusades with Aymeric, a relative, and was in Antioch during its siege by the Saracens, during which he had a vision of Christ denouncing the evilgoing ways of the Christian soldiers and labored to reform them.”
“Brother Aymeric master of the knighthood of the Temple in England,”
“Coventry, Benedict of Rochester, bishops; of Master Pandulf, subdeacon and member of the household of our lord the Pope, of brother Aymeric”
“De Re Rustica" at the repeated solicitations of Aymeric, by whom it was corrected before the author presented it to Charles II of Sicily.”
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