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comes

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(astronomy)
The smaller star in a binary system. Also known as companion.
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A DONATION of pounds 20 comes from Marion 'in loving memory of my dearest husband, Allan, October 17' and another pounds 20 comes 'with birthday memories of a dear mum and nan, Martha Hill, October 9, from Margaret, Don and families'.
They will report to the individual team camps, and then come together only four days before their first game in Phoenix.
What is the difference between being merely optimistic in a shallow wishful way and the hope that comes from knowing the Triune God?
Why must the gay public suffer yet another celebrity who chooses to come out only after finding himself in a position of pseudo privilege and notoriety--i.
One comes with birthday memories of John Chapman, April 19.
Another pounds 10 comes 'in loving memory of my late wife Violet Redden, March 31, 1994.
Motorola's Envoy Wireless Communicator $1,000-$1,500; 800-894-7353) comes complete with Pocket Quicken and a two-way wireless packet data modem, and with capabilities for AT&T PersonaLink Services, Radio Mail, Official Airline Guides FlightLine service and America Online.
They usually won and I had to come back later and apologize to the earth for them.
Comes with 3 exclusive animation disks, which feature 8 animation cels from the show of Ben transforming into an alien and can be viewed with the special microscope (additional animation disks and Alien Rocks come in the lineup).
Paul argues that we share Abraham's righteousness because we come to God in precisely the same way--through faith.
It comes up whenever anyone asks why John Paizs's films are so funny, why Guy Maddin's films are so weird, and even why Cordell Barker's cartoons are so squiggly.
A 1993-94 report by the Barna Research Group of Glendale, California found that 74 percent of Protestants "agree strongly" and 9 percent "agree somewhat" with the statement "Jesus will come back.