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- n. Plural form of article.
- n. Breeches; coat and waistcoat.
- n. the period during which a person works as an articled clerk; articling
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I don't have any proposed solution at all for what we title articles, except the old 'best known as' rule.
Something that was not mentioned in any of the articles is the fact that it was Christianity that elevated women from being the property of a man to being his equal, a child of God.
One of the articles is a nice summary of the work of Fischer Black.
The key to getting people to read your articles is the same with your blog – the information needs to be insightful and interesting to people that want to know about your business.
Putting his name to the articles is as bad as writing them himself.
People should go to REZKO WATCH on the net then click on 5 articles titled "Curtain Time for Obama" and read all the articles is a detailed report of the investigation of the Rezko/Obama ties and how Obama supported Rezko in his fraudulant activities through legislation and power brokering.
Just as impressive as the articles is the searchable gallery of thousands of images from the magazine.
On this occasion a boat came off full of men, among whom were two priests, who brought with them a paper in Spanish, which they called the articles of peace; but so wretchedly written and blotted, that we should have been puzzled to read it, had it even been in English.
A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels — Volume 10 Arranged in systematic order: Forming a complete history of the origin and progress of navigation, discovery, and commerce, by sea and land, from the earliest ages to the present time.
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