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“When Trdat fell ill, he received a vision that Grigor would be the only one who could heal him.”
“Re Admiral Thomas Hart, “Most of those dispatches that came in were kept very closely locked up, and I believe that Admiral Hart was about the only one who saw them, other than those that were doing the decrypting,” Adair said in an oral history that was conducted in 1977 hereafter referred to as Adair Oral History, AOH: See Reminiscences of Rear Admiral Charles Adair, US Naval Institute, 1977.”
“Jaworski beat four challengers, including one who dropped out midrace, according to complete but unofficial results.”
“Stevens was the one who told her mother about her getting hurt onboard the U.S.S. Orion when he should have known it would just cause needless worry.”
“But she covers afternoons and evenings: "I was always the one who met with the teachers, picked them up from school, made dinner, helped with homework, put them to bed.”
“When I met Kieran, I was the one who made the first move, and when I got the promotion and the transfer to the Oberth, I was the one who broke it off.”
“At this point, the only one who was nervous was Colomitz, sitting in the stands with Liken's parents and Smith's mother and sister.”
“It may be noted that by a fiction of law one who is lawfully absent fulfils the law of residence; while, on the contrary, one unlawfully absent is considered to be present; thus one who leaves his own diocese under censure or precept, or purposely and solely (in fraudem legis) to obtain absolution in a reserved case, is considered present.”
“In the opinion of William Anders, another member of the Fourteen, one who served in the backup crew for Apollo 11, Neil was not going to get bamboozled.”
“Khlaru was the one who did most of the work on Karsid intelligence documents.”
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