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  • Conveyed by his gentle tenor, his contemplative songs — rooted in complex chord changes and influenced by Appalachian folk music, Hank Williams, and early soul vocalists — were set against his deft accompaniment on acoustic guitar and the rock-oriented backing of a regular group of studio musicians that included Kortchmar.

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  • Conveyed with a sense of urgency by Boyce and Robson, it was an absorbing spectacle.

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  • YEATMAN: Conveyed properly, I'm not sure about that.

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  • Conveyed brilliantly the struggle many young men faced in the ghettos in the 70's.

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  • Conveyed by Reuters, via DefenseNews, The Times, Financial Times and others, this now makes it very difficult for the UK to dump the aircraft and buy alternatives for the UK's "super-carrier" programme.

    A temporary setback

  • Conveyed back to the Conciergerie, she there passed in tolerable composure the night preceding her execution, and, on the morning of the following day, the 16th of October, she was conducted, amidst a great concourse of the populace, to the fatal spot where, ten months before, Louis XVI. had perished.

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  • Conveyed back to the Conciergerie, she there passed in tolerable composure the night preceding her execution, and, on the morning of the following day, the 16th of October, she was conducted, amidst a great concourse of the populace, to the fatal spot where, ten months before, Louis XVI. had perished.

    16 October and the Martyrdom of Marie-Antoinette

  • Conveyed only (so far) by Deutsche Welle Scherz goes on to say, "For us it is very important to have a status report on where we are and where we're going".

    Wake up and smell the coffee

  • Conveyed back to the Conciergerie, she there passed in tolerable composure the night preceding her execution, and, on the morning of the following day, the 16th of October, she was conducted, amidst a great concourse of the populace, to the fatal spot where, ten months before, Louis XVI. had perished.

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  • Conveyed back to the Conciergerie, she there passed in tolerable composure the night preceding her execution, and, on the morning of the following day, the 16th of October, she was conducted, amidst a great concourse of the populace, to the fatal spot where, ten months before, Louis XVI. had perished.

    The Execution of Marie-Antoinette 16 Oct 1793

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