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“You can go to them and say, 'We support you, we'll help you live with the wolves,' says Ilka Reinhardt, a biologist who has tracked the wolves since 2002 for government authorities.”
“Interestingly, most corporates think the major benefit of working with us is the exchange of knowledge between staff and our young people, says Ilka Weissbrod from The Golden Company.”
“Carter acclimatizes Ilka to the American way of life, in all its peculiarities.”
“While there are some similarities in the backgrounds of the author and the character Ilka Weissnix (see also Other People's Houses), for me the most brilliant creation is Carter Bayoux, the brilliant, self-destructive and unforgettable black intellectual who is the book's hero.”
“Ilka Schröder, a German Green MEP, said: "Patten just carries on not answering the question and finding his way around it, so we feel forced to take this step.”
“He stood aloof, cold, proud, not moving, showÂing no emotion as Tanis broke, as gently as he could, the news to Ilka and Caramon that their two eldest sons were dead.”
“Ilka bullet has its billet; an 'gin we're to coom back, back we'll coom, though it rained bullets all the way.”
“Page 40 "This is technically called Ilká" - Ilka in original, corrected by”
“Ilka line that's straight, an 'ony wark that willna soil the soul even gin it may soil the hands," he answered quickly.”
“Ilka Sabbath day I gaed an 'hearkened till the graun' sermons twa oors at a time, an 'God grippit me thae days, an' He hasna loosened”
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