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  • But when there is a considerable margin for speculation, or, as we usually say, a certain amount of 'mystery' in the case, we are more likely to find pleasure in rehandling it, looking at it from different points of view and wondering about it.

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  • But when there is a considerable margin for speculation, or, as we usually say, a certain amount of 'mystery' in the case, we are more likely to find pleasure in rehandling it, looking at it from different points of view and wondering about it.

    Mazes and Labyrinths by W.H. Matthews

  • Unserviceable ammunition must be segregated from serviceable ammunition for safety reasons and to reduce rehandling.

    FM 9-6 Chapter 6

  • Require minimum of loading, unloading and rehandling;

    6.1 System design

  • In 1843 came the introduction of the completed _Sur Cathérine de Médicis_, _Honorine_ and _La Muse du département_ (almost as often reconstructed as _La Femme de trente ans_), with _Comment aiment les jeunes filles_ (a similar rehandling intended to start the collected _Splendeurs et misères des courtisanes_), and a further instalment of _Illusions perdues_, _Les Souffrances d'un inventeur_.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 2 "Baconthorpe" to "Bankruptcy"

  • Where the contractor gets his sand from the pit its cost will be the cost of excavating and loading at the pit, the cost of hauling in wagons, the cost of freight and rehandling it if necessary, and the cost of washing, added together.

    Concrete Construction Methods and Costs

  • Each rehandling will certainly discolor and perhaps break a good many of them, rendering them unsalable, if not worthless.

    Mushrooms: how to grow them a practical treatise on mushroom culture for profit and pleasure

  • The high cost of mixing concrete on culvert No. 2 was due to the rehandling of the materials which were not dumped into bins but onto the concrete floor of the culvert and then wheeled out and stacked to one side.

    Concrete Construction Methods and Costs

  • When we recall the practice of ancient historians of composing speeches for insertion in their narratives, and weigh the suggestion that the sermons in the Acts may conceivably owe much to the free rehandling of Luke or may even be his own compositions, there is a fresh significance in his marked abstention from any such treatment of the words of Jesus.

    The Jesus of History

  • Coal producers only store such coals as are least liable to ignite, and which will stand rehandling for shipment.

    Steam, Its Generation and Use

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