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- adj. intersected with veins
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Intersected, as with veins.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Intersected with or as if with veins.
Please give me 1 fact, 1 thing government has ever interveined with that has worked.
Once an amendent is on the floor it needs to complete the process and reid interveined to broke a Senate rule to stop the reading and have sanders Amendent without a vote.
Surely, he will think, if this reformation were so vast that it drove them out of the national church, absolutely exploded them, then it follows that it must have interveined and _indirectly_ modified innumerable questions: a difference that was punctually limited to this one or these two clauses, could not be such a difference as justified a rupture.
Central inland race are we, from Missouri, with the continental blood interveined;
We should have not interveined at all, Report Abuse NATO and the EU proud parents of Rosemary's baby are in a state of denial..
I also can't help but wonder how much more disasterous the end result might have been had automated flight systems interveined, overriden or failed the actions and cool thinking of Al Hanes, Bill Records and Denny Fitch.
I have seen such things often in my life time. but I will say no more on this point at present as I have now to retreat back over that part of my life which interveined between childhood and the age of which I am now speaking so I shall again have to associate myself with my friend the white boy who I shall do all the justice which belong to him although he is now dead and I have everry reason to beleave that he is this day setting under the golden alter for I beleave that he not only died a Christian but that he after he imbraced religion did live up to those very duties which the word of god do call for or at least I think if ever there were a true Christian on earth and I certainly beleave there has been and still are that he were one of those good and holy men. well then let us go on with our little rambles when we were boys we were always very found of each other and would most always be together and -- oh: what seasons we have seen I have not at this time tongue to express it howsoever there is one thing which I never shall forget and that is this while we were very young there was a very great revival of religion in that part of the country where we lived which had a very great impression upon most of the people about there so we were very small and no one would have thought that we ever thought of such thing as prayer but there is a spirit in man and the inspiration of God giveth it an understanding and that spirit appears to have breathed into both of our breastes at one time so one day as I was walking about the yard and midataing on the subject of religion my friend came out of the house and addressed me with these words -- Fields says he I can tell you that there is a great many people getting religion and I think we ought begin to think of our souls too well said I to him that is just what I was thinking about, well said he to me lets us start and try to pray and see which of us will get religion first and so we commenced according to agrement between us and it was right funy to have heard our prayers for you may be sure that they were a composition of our own make which was bad enough I can tell you but as bad as they were we were like the old woman of whom I have heard told who could say nothing but January and febevary which she continued to say until her soul was converted so it was with us and so it will be with all who will bow themselves at the foot of mercy with a broken heart and a contrite spirit and beg for mercy at a throne of grace. but I must proceede with myself and friend it
At the bus station an argument erupted with a french girl and a an Egyptian stall owner, he accused her of stealing a can of coke, dont think she did but the bus station police interveined, all very exciting; -).