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  • After he had replaced the re\expndtw0 ceiver, he went to the bar and poured a generous glass of \expndtw-1 whisky for Callum. \cf0\expndtw0\par

    Poem About Never Growing Up

  • Thad had passed the telephone ceiver back to his wife.

    Adam's Fall

  • She is also a very good self-made telepath, and the only self-made per-ceiver I ever heard of.

    Masters Of The Vortex

  • Miracles, defined by the Ash ` arites as the disruption of nature's habitual order, are thus impossible and a prophet proclaiming their occurrence becomes a de - ceiver.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Friendship¾Mercenary Marriages¾The De ceiver deceived ¾ How to rule a Wife.

    Lovers and Friends; or, Modern Attachments

  • In the Dodor's former eicperi - ments of the decompofition of charcoal by the burning* glafs, the water had been fupplied by the wet leathers with which the re - ceiver was fecured: on ufing cement inilead of the leathers, only an inconfiderable quantity of the charcoal was decompofed, even with the advantage of a good fun, and an excellent burning leas.

    The Monthly Review

  • The advantage of the method consists in this, that the gases mix in the frus - tum before they become ignited, and must enter into the re - ceiver in a state of combustion.

    Transactions of the American Philosophical Society

  • Chap. 472. 645 such foreign insurer has been placed in the hands of a re - ceiver, or that possession of such insurer has been taken by the person having supervision of such insurer in its domi - ciliary state, or that such insurer has had its property sequestrated in its domiciliary state or any other state.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

  • Except as otherwise provided in this act, taxes levied under Part II of this act shall be due and payable to the treasurer and re - ceiver-general within thirty days after the date of the notice provided for in section twenty-three, but not before the twentieth day of October, and in the collection of taxes under said Part II, he shall have all the remedies provided in Acts, 1920. —

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

  • Chap. 397. 389 purpose of providing for the payment of the bonds issued under the authority of this act, and the treasurer and re - ceiver general shall apportion thereto from year to year an amount sufficient with the accumulations of said fund to extinguish at maturity the debt incurred by the issue of said bonds.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

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