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  • In 1979 and 1980, she was President of the National Association of S.anish Broadcasters, and from 1977-79 she sered in the Carter Administration as Associate Director of Public Affairs at the U.S. Community S.rvices Administraton.

    Advisory Commission On Public Diplomacy Nomination

  • A little while would suffice to see their obliteration, a little longer to witness the destruction of the town if the wind should carry the coals and blazing shingles to other roofs, dry as the sered grasses of the plain.

    Trail's End

  • The cut (Fig. 50), however, shows the foliage in more perfect form than it is commonly seen to be in this climate during the period of bloom, when the old is usually sered, and the new scarcely visible.

    Hardy Perennials and Old Fashioned Flowers Describing the Most Desirable Plants, for Borders, Rockeries, and Shrubberies.

  • Ridden with nerves, she was also mother of twin-daughters neurotic and plain who, sered by nature and yellowed by time and on the wrong side of the matrimonial hedge, had been only too glad to foist her on to the plump shoulders of jolly, capable, pretty Sybil and to get rid of them both for the winter.

    The Hawk of Egypt

  • They stood a moment, before taking seats, at an open glass door gazing out on the gardens sered and withered and covered in places with patches of snow, but bathed in moonlight.

    Hagar's Daughter: A Story of Southern Caste Prejudice

  • Then a breeze shivered among the tops of the apple-trees, and the sered leaves were blown from the branches.

    Esther Waters

  • Indian summer, -- the foreground landscape yellow with stubble fields and sered forest, the distance blue with haze.

    Say and Seal, Volume I

  • In all woods the leaves were fast ripening for their fall; for their full veins and lively gloss mark the ripe leaf, and not the sered one of the poets; and we knew that the maples, stripped of their leaves among the earliest, would soon stand like a wreath of smoke along the edge of the meadow.

    A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers

  • "The Great Money Trick" from "The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists" by Robert Tressell.lawdj. ... sered. html

    Army Rumour Service

  • To all the spin doctors trying to call people racist here: Fetish parties are about the up-sered and Bizarre.



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