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  • Days Of Future Passed is the next entry in this blog.

    Expedition 15 Comes Home - NASA Watch

  • Buchanan: Gore's Moment 'Passed' - No Proof of Manmade Global Warming; Clift's Response: 'No Known Proof There's God Either'

    NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal Media Bias

  • Sure I knew you had to take an online test "Passed" but you have to have 2 tags carcass and hide tag.

    Bear Hunting... Who Knew?

  • "Passed" or "flunked" would be better words to describe the behavior or the qualifications or the like-ability quotient or whatever characteristic you choose.

    What's the Connection?: Who Won The Debate?

  • But when, instead of ordering the stamp "Passed" to be placed on her half dozen trunks and bags which contained in reality only a few dutiable articles, Herndon threatened to order them to the appraiser's stores and herself to go to the Law Division if she did not admit the points in dispute, there was a real scene.

    The Poisoned Pen

  • These will come up "Passed" automatically without going through any tests.

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  • When all readiness bits show "Passed", it means that all systems have been checked and have passed the on-board tests.

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  • In practice, driving a properly-functioning car for 2-3 days including at least one short highway trip, should be sufficient to test each of the Readiness Bits to set all of the testable ones to "Passed".

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  • Whenever in the judgment of the faculty a student is receiving too many records below the grade of "Passed," the faculty may prescribe special conditions upon which the student may remain in the Department of Medicine, or may require his withdrawal therefrom.

    University of Virginia Record

  • Whenever in the judgment of the faculty a student is receiving too many records below the grade of "Passed," the faculty may prescribe special conditions upon which the student may remain in the Department of Medicine, or may require his withdrawal therefrom.

    University of Virginia Record

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