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With the acquisition of Docalytics, Contently will gain access to Insight Engine, the company's proprietary tracking and analytics software.
The Imgur community can be critical," said Baker of Contently, who used to be a daily Imgur user until about a year ago.
Doing something bigger than yourself is vital to living contently.
The kidnapper and his brothers were contently threatening the parents of Saba to not recording statement at court against Iftikhar, if she do so, the consequences will be bitter relative of the deceased said.
More than 1500 detainees suffer from various diseases and health issues, largely resulting from the lack of medical attention, contaminated cells and rooms, torture and abuse, while 16 of them are contently living in the Ramla Prison Clinic, suffering from paralysis, diseases, and many require surgeries while outside doctors are not allowed to even examine them.
The students' poor performance in English course may show and unveil some other facts, such as, situations in which the teachers, contently or discontently, and in order to achieve a higher percentage of passers, may help the students to gain more scores than what they really deserve, and it may result in some other problems in its own turn.
Between 400 and 500 ringnecks, undoubtedly part of the mass exodus we'd seen earlier, were feeding contently on the coontail and other aquatic plants in the shallow 60-acre lake surrounded by woods, marsh grass and bogs.
s "The Daily," as assistant news editor at the Wall Street Journal, and managing editor at Contently, all in New York City.
Where IDNs could bleat contently around the marketing prospects of the term's fuzzy definition, ACOs cannot.
According to the Mirror, Reyes, a retired nurse, claimed that Suarez has not called her even though he must be aware of the happenings as he and his brother Paulo just do whatever their mother tells them, adding that she had lived contently for years in a flat, part of a home the star bought for his mother years ago in a beach resort.
Then I will contently die, my wish being completed, whether it be accounted great or small" he continued, for "something will be done that was not done before, but which may in future be a great benefit to this country.
It's all rolling green hills, hedgerows strewn with wildflowers, cows munching contently, church spires in the distance and chocolate box thatched cottages covered in wisteria.