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  • From this kind of familiar exchange between the laity and their Pastors a great many goods are to be expected for the Church; by it the layman's sense of personal responsibi lity is strengthened, his eagerness encouraged, and his abilities more readily applied to the Pastor's work.

    The Vatican Council and French Canada

  • He said more than 40% of Comcast's video-subscriber losses this year have come from the company's lower-end TV service offerings and have little impact on profitabi lity.

    Comcast Profit Falls 8.2%

  • 'Inception' star Tom Hardy talks about his fluid sexua lity and experimenting with gay sex in an interview with NOW magazine (via the Daily Mail).

    'Inception' Star Tom Hardy: I'm An Actor, Of Course I've Had Gay Sex

  • Excluding items such as asset retirements and charges related to refinancing the company's credit faci lity in January, earnings fell to 43 cents from 48 cents.

    Nasdaq Net Skids 35%; Swaps Clearinghouse Delayed

  • How must she have blushed at every civi-lity paid him in such a family!

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • Whilst the qua-lity and tality (I shall explex what you ought to mean by this with its proper when and where and why and how in the subsequent sentence) are alternativomentally harrogate and arrogate, as the gates may be.

    Finnegans Wake

  • Bhishes overspread my face, and gave a tacit acknowledgment, on my part, of the same sensibi-lity, from the same motives.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • A man of qua-lity, you know, confers quality on his wife.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • Nobody had bothered to give the AI a con/lity, and while it had examined all such concepts, it failed levance of any of them to itself. understand consequences, however, at least as such con seated to itself.

    Step into Chaos

  • With her lity she would have been much hi demand if God him fit to give her a face to match her temperament, realised as the thought flashed through his mind if he voiced it to Geraldine O'Hara she would him in a second.

    two women

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