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Froward

 

a cape on the Brunswick Peninsula of Chile, on the Strait of Magellan. Its coordinates are 53° 54’ S lat. and 71° 18’ W long. Froward Cape is the southernmost point of the continent of South America (Cape Horn is part of an island).

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Joseph Swemam, The Arraignment of Lewd, Idle, Froward and Unconstant Women, in Half Humankind: Contexts and Texts of the Controversy about Women in England, 1540-1640, ed.
Centre froward Chris Conway got their opening score with a fine point from 30 metres but Kildare quickly took control with an equalising free from Tadhg Fennin followed by a point from Eamonn Callaghan.
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In the United States, where the use of the potential tax credits has been strictly regulated, businesses are allowed to make ample recourse to such means as nontaxable write-offs, loss deductions brought froward for banks, and refunds for banks to carry a loss back to a previous year.
68 'What faithlesse froward sinfull man | so farre from grace is fled .
The first position (or "asana" as the postures are called in yoga's original language Sanskrit) recommended here for gardeners is really any back bending position, which is the complementary position for bending froward, thus the antidote for excessive forward bending.
Wales did dominate the froward battle against a physical Tongan pack lacking any real know-how.
We need to hire someone who can manage those conversations and user sessions so we can push the knowledge froward into research and training?
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Swetnam's 1615 The araignment of Lewde, idel, froward, and unconstant women--a breathtakingly misogynistic piece, even for the seventeenth century--found itself answered by three pamphlets published under women's names.