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  • In fact, the term Indirect Object in English sheds no light on its meaning or relevance.

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  • She taught French, English, and history, and the Sophomore Latin class, which dealt in matters of a metaphysical nature called Indirect Discourse and the Ablative

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  • She taught French, English, and history, and the Sophomore Latin class, which dealt in matters of a metaphysical nature called Indirect Discourse and the Ablative Absolute.

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  • English, and history, and the Sophomore Latin class, which dealt in matters of a metaphysical nature called Indirect Discourse and the

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  • And thus have been realized the requisitions of what we have termed the Indirect

    A System Of Logic, Ratiocinative And Inductive (Vol. 1 of 2)

  • "Indirect" deaths, such as suicide, loss of continuity of health care and profound heartbreak are causes whose victims are unlikely to be counted by state coroners as "Katrina-related."

    Stacy Parker Aab: Still Counting Katrina's Dead

  • What’s more, a coalition that includes European biofuel producers and NGOs are pushing the EU to use the so-called Indirect Land Use Change policies to further discriminate against U.S. biofuels.

    Bio-Fueling a Trade War

  • Panel Considers 'Indirect' Initiative System by Edward Walsh, The Oregonian

    Today in Oregon: The Oregonian

  • Indirect bidders, domestic and foreign institutions, including foreign central banks, took 49.4% of the notes, just a bit less than the 52.1% four-auction average.

    Treasurys Break Their Losing Streak

  • Indirect morbidity costs cost of lost productivity due to illness: $20.9 billion

    Gabe Canales: Presidential Politics and 'The War on Cancer'

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