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  • “To this day we still cannot say that there is any connection between this site and the disease of autoimmunity in this area,” says David Locey.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • He was a commitment-phobe; to this day he is a confirmed bachelor.

    Rinnavation

  • Throughout her life of almost two millennia, this Christian daughter born of Mother Egypt has remained relatively well informed about her ancient Hebrew paternal tradition.…but to this day has not been told about the identity of her deceased mother religion.

    The Templar Revelation

  • Two and half years later, Terane had lost 150 pounds, and to this day she keeps her weight between 135 and 141 pounds.

    The Life You Want

  • Reliably late for all dates and appointments, to this day Joann remains unsure about the order of the months of the year and often gets mixed upwhen given three or four things in a row to do in school or at home.

    A Mind at a Time

  • “We are not slaves, and never shall be from this day forth,” replied Urabi.27

    Three Empires on the Nile

  • To this day I still enjoy baked clams and linguine with white clam sauce.

    The Sacred Promise

  • As early as the year 1000, however, Emperor Otto III permitted the entire part lying on the eastern boundary of Thuringia to be administered by imperial vogts, or bailiffs (advocati imperii), whence this territory received the name of Vogtland (Terra advocatorum), a designation that has remained to this day a geographical summary for Reuss, especially that part on the Saxon borders.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • Reading Abbey in Surrey, England, was founded by Henry I in 1121, who built it, writes William of Malmesbury, "between the rivers Kennet and Thames, in a spot calculated for the reception of almost all who might have occasion to travel to the most populous cities of England, where he placed monks of the Cluniac Order, who are to this day a noble pattern of holiness and an example of unwearied and delightful hospitality".

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • To this day I feel humiliated whenever I attempt to fold a sheet of 8½X11 paper so it will fit neatlyin an envelope.

    A Mind at a Time

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