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  • Frequently a Greek word is used along with its Coptic equivalent.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy

  • Now the State Department's website also reports the January redesignation on a page titled Frequently Asked Questions:

    Religion Clause

  • Local Toyota dealers prepare for massive maintenance load amid recall Frequently Asked Questions For Sticking Accelerator Pedal Recall and Suspension of Sales Nevada Governor Jim Gibbons comments on possibility of special session 11/18

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  • "Frequently," Mr Robinson has asserted, "just before going into battle, it would be found, upon inspection, that one-half of the Eighty-eighth regiment were without ammunition, having acquired a pernicious habit of exchanging the cartridge for _aguardiente_, and substituting in their places pieces of wood, cut and coloured to resemble them."

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 61, No. 378, April, 1847

  • Frequently, which is not often, people complain they broke their USB hardware, and claiming it was the seller’s problem.

    How to plug into an USB port? « oneduasan

  • "Frequently," said I; "he was an eminent man, and had a most extensive practice."

    The Clockmaker

  • The Megan's Law web page has some links worth reviewing, besides the obvious "who's in my neighborhood?", such as Frequently Asked Questions, as well as Facts About Sex Offenders, including the guilt victim's feel and the reasons they often do not report sexual assaults - adults and children.

    Sierra Sun - Top Stories

  • "Frequently," says this writer, "she is stopped on the street by grown men and women who long ago were her pupils and who have remembered her, though with the passing of the years, and the new classes of little ones who come to her every term, she has forgotten them." [

    The Journal of Negro History, Volume 1, January 1916

  • "And the gypsies have mentioned me to you?" said I. "Frequently," said the jockey, "and not only those of these parts; why, there's scarcely a part of England in which I have not heard the name of the Romany Rye mentioned by these people.

    The Romany Rye

  • "Frequently," says Moore again, "during the first part of our acquaintance we dined together alone, either at St. Alban's, or at his old asylum, St.vens's.

    Lord Byron jugé par les témoins de sa vie. English


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