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  • This one is too laid-back and repetitive to rank with Crider's best, but in the trapped-by-the-killer climax, the straight-arrow tendencies of one of Sally's potential romantic interests, English teacher Jack Neville, provide some irresis-tible humor.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • And out beyond Eyebolt, a shepherd or maybe a freeholder suscep-tible to a bribe-someone they've trained to catch the message and either flash it on or carry it afoot.

    Wizard and Glass

  • Though intended to work with simple terminals, to view graphical material, you must use a terminal - emulation program compa - tible with the Tektronix 4010 standard.

    What We Didn't Know About Slavery

  • Almacenamiento de aceite comes tible (olive, mani, semilla de algo don, palma, etc.)

    Chapter 13

  • The one suggestion he made was that suffi - ciently small increments in wealth were not percep - tible; therefore, a natural unit for measuring utility is the minimum sensible, or just noticeable difference, as psychophysicists were later to term it.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • The Parmenidean thinker is more or less suscep - tible — and susceptibility varies in degree with each individual — to the pathos of Unity in explanation, of simplicity in basic assumptions, and of implacable rigor in formulated laws.

    COSMIC IMAGES

  • Utility is measurable, he con - tended, because an actual pleasure may be measured in terms of its “atoms,” i.e., in terms of “just percep - tible increments” (Mathematical Psychics, 1881).

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • But still the Hurricanes, those indestruc - tible gnats buzzed about them, took their toll and prevented them from wiping out Croydon and the airdromes southeast of London.

    The HurricaneStory

  • The bodie therefore, as a aliaunt and forain enemie, beyng made of a moste base, moste vile and corrup - tible nature, repugneth the mynde.

    A booke called the Foundacion of Rhetorike because all other partes of Rhetorike are grounded thereupon, euery parte sette forthe in an Oracion vpon questions, verie profitable to bee knowen and redde

  • With a mind open to noble impressions, with a heart su [damaged text] tible to the good and pure he has not honored

    I Have Brought My Little Brother Back.

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  • a treble shawm( an oboe like Catalan musical instrument)

    March 12, 2009