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  • Obama's campaign has been tactically brilliant but strategically stupid -- he has done whatever he needed to do to win a particulare primary but has left such a growing bad taste in the mouth that it is unlikely that he can ever win the Presidency.

    Poll: Twenty-Eight Percent Of Hillary Supporters Would Back McCain If Obama Wins

  • After a shower back at the casa particulare we lazed around a bit and observed rural Cuban life.

    I Had A Dream...

  • In other words, General Motors and Ford are in favor of restricting the choices available to American consumers and forcing them to pay more for a particulare vehicle merely because it happens to be manufactured in a foreign country.

    GM And Ford On The Bread Line

  • To some it may appear ane small and lycht mater, that I have cast of, and as it war abandoned, alsweall my particulare care, as my publict office and charge, leaving my house and poore familie destitut of all head, save God only, and committing that small (but to Christ deirlie belovit) flock, ower the which I was appointed one of the ministeris, to the charge of ane other.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

  • But we hear no cryme in particulare laid to the charge of the accused; [715] and yit is he dampned as ane mensworne apostate.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

  • Bot becaus schorte after thare wes a Parliament to be haldin, for certane effares pertenyng rather to the Quenis proffeit particulare, nor to the commoditie of the commoun wealth, we thocht good to expone our mater unto the hole Parliament, and by thame to seak some redress.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

  • Abbot of Kilwynnyng, [778] and Matthew Hammyltoun of Mylburne, [779] two cheaf ennemeis to Christ Jesus; yea, and ennemeis [780] to the Duke and to his hole house, bot in sa far as thairby thei may procure thair awin particulare proffeitt.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

  • Nelle quale s 'ha particulare & vera relazione della vita, e de fatti del' Ammiraglio D. Christoforo

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize

  • + Considered from the point of view of its expression, canon law may be divided into several branches, so closely allied, that the terms used to designate them are often employed almost indifferently: common law and special law; universal law and particular law; general law and singular law (jus commune et speciale; jus universale et particulare; jus generale et singulare).

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy

  • "Johannes" school at Thorn and the cathedral school at Culm; the latter was changed in 1473 into a studium particulare and had celebrated professors, among whom were Johannes Dantiscus, Eobanus

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery

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