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  • With the ex ception of a few excursions into pure abstract form, he was clearly more comfortable with variations on mother-and-child or reclining-figure themes.

    An Intimate Moore

  • Tickets for a private Fred-ception are $500. $50 is what it takes for flinty Granite Staters to get into the general reception.

    Jennifer Donahue: View from New Hampshire: There's Not As Much Red Without Fred

  • Miss Grandison says, that I shall be with her every day when I go to town: I can have no ex-ception, she says, when her brother is absent Nor when he is present, I begin now to think.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • * The day ended with an excellent and beautiful paper by Michel Malherbe, "La réception des Philosophical Essays en France: Métaphysique, science et méthode."

    32nd International Hume Conference: Day Two

  • The chapter entitled “The Marital State” was quite clear on con ception.


  • But it makes no difference, because the de ception stopped a long time ago-and my grandfather knows it.

    Rome's Revenge

  • Satisfied, Alec continued on to the q ception area and picked up a stack of mail from the desk.

    Too Many Bosses

  • Okami looked visibly relieved, "How is the re - ception going?"

    Second Skin

  • The furniture in the re - ception area was actually comfortable -- Margarite had in - sisted on it.

    Second Skin

  • He decided to concentrate on rushing the passer and hoping for an inter - ception.

    Blue Adept


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