Manders

Manders

self-righteous pastor agrees to blackmail. [Nor. Lit.: Ghosts]
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Next day he interviewed his two subordinates, Manders and Reilly, reckless youngsters who were as elated as if it were a deer-hunt.
The youth, turning swiftly to make sure that the rear was unmolested, saw the com- mander regarding his men in a highly regretful manner, as if he regretted above everything his association with them.
Having followed in the footsteps of his grandfather and father, David is one of the third generation of Manders to be associated with the firm.
Clay Manders pushed a crate of foot-long rose bushes, all in the post-grafting stage, toward a plot of marked ground Thursday afternoon, one of a series of trips between the parking lot and a back portion of the 8.
Master Graham Harbisher said that everyone had proved they were worth the grade they achieved, but he awarded the best of grade to Kaiden Manders, who shone above what was expected of him.
That has left green-fingered folk like Geoffrey Manders rose-faced with anger.
PAUL MANDERS was among the rst on the scene of the assault, which left 16-year-old Luke Busby in an induced coma.
It was in 1986 that Mark Manders began using the term "Self-Portrait as a Building" to describe the project he is still pursuing today: a never-ending accumulation of works--sculptures, installations, and so on--that interact with or comment on one another.
On 23 January, the members of the European Parliament's Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO) almost unanimously (31 votes for, two against) decided to give Toine Manders (ALDE, Netherlands) the mandate to lead the discussions.
Yet Charles Tertius's daughter could hardly have ducked out of this date with destiny, for the Manders were Lloyd George's hosts on this whistle-stop visit to the Black Country.
MANDERS, currently executive vice president of marine underwriting at Validus Re, will succeed Clements as head of specialty underwriting.
His fascination began to form when his mother Edith became a housekeeper for the well-known Manders family, who owned the old amphitheatre in the town.