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  • Christian communities established in the Roman Empire, but the question in point of fact was complicated by a survival of the ideas which attached to what were called res sacræ in the old days of paganism.

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  • These consultors are requested to express their opinions, which are then attached to the ponenze and presented therewith to the cardinals at the General Congregation.

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  • I often felt like I was talking to a table of deaf Vikings when I explained that steak should be cooked medium rare, not blackened and attached to T-bones.

    Dont You Forget About Me

  • Some were deprived of freedom of movement by having their feet attached to wooden blocks (Thonissen, "Le droit pénal de la république athénienne", 1875).

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  • One thing we were concerned about is it had pieces of concrete attached to it, Blivens says.

    Communities seek World Trade Center steel for memorials

  • The largest of the numerous small bands attached to Cowichan agency, at the southeast end of Vancouver, British Columbia.

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  • This was Detective John Lutz, the investigating officer on the case, except Lutz was attached to CID III and operated out of Machias, while Waterville was technically in the territory of CID II.

    The Killing Kind

  • Immovable property consists in land (real estate), and in everything so attached to the land that, as a rule, it cannot be transferred from one place to another without undergoing a change in its nature.

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  • As a work of penance he built and endowed St. Saviour's, Leeds; but most of the clergy attached to it came over to Rome, and he suffered grievous things on that account from the impetuous Dr. Hook.

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  • Instantaneously, he thought about the loss of the small fuel tank at the tip of his right wing the “tip tank”, plus the serious damage to his starboard aileron, the moveable control surface attached to the trailing edge of the wing.

    First Man

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