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  • The only guarantee of lasting prosperity lies in the ability of people to learn, adapt and innovate. - qf. org

    Anne Peterson: I Heart the Qatar Foundation

  • The only guarantee of lasting prosperity lies in the ability of people to learn, adapt and innovate. -qf.org

    Anne Peterson: I Heart the Qatar Foundation

  • That doesn't make him less a human, qf less a Herald.

    Arrow's Fall

  • The French squares were shadowed in the small valley, hidden by a spur of hillside, and the German Heavy Cavalry were unaware qf their presence.

    Sharpe's Sword

  • And while the priests of the gentle Jesus had burned the unredeemed alive, the soldiers of Cortez had raped and looted-and destroyed the remnants qf a great people, all in the name of glory: glory and loot for themselves and for the King of Spain.

    The Eternal Mercenary

  • Let us hope, then, that some of the intelligent readers of your luminous and interesting pages will direct their attention to this great national object, and produce ah eligible and well-digested plan for the cultivation of a mutual intercourse _through the medium qf commerce with Africa_, and for the civilisation of that hitherto neglected continent.

    An Account of Timbuctoo and Housa Territories in the Interior of Africa

  • X af bf cf df ef ff gf hf if jf kf lf mf nf of pf qf rf sf tf uf vf wf xf yf zf

    The Treasure-Train

  • On reaching the top of the hill the patrol is halted while Sergeant Jones moves up to the high ground south of the road at the crest, and in concealment searches with his glasses the road as far as Frenchman's, especially the village beyond G (qf ').

    Manual of Military Training Second, Revised Edition

  • He then distributes his men along the north edge of the orchard, himself nearest the bridge, 2 men 75 yards back along the road toward G (qf '), then 2 men 75 yards farther along toward G.

    Manual of Military Training Second, Revised Edition

  • And dashest him again to Earth: -- there let him lay. [qf] [546]

    The Works of Lord Byron. Vol. 2

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