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Butteridge had discarded when that gentleman had thought he must needs plunge into the sea.
The heat of the vertical rays of the sun was fast making our horrible prisons unbearable, so that after passing a low divide, and entering a sheltering forest, we finally discarded the Mahar skins that had brought us thus far in safety.
At the ape-man's feet lay the discarded rifle of the dead Abyssinian whose mutilated corpse sprawled where Numa had abandoned it.
The discarded clothing of the Prince he wrapped about a huge stone torn from the disintegrating masonry of the river wall, and consigned the bundle to the voiceless river.
Not being entirely bereft of prudence, he had discarded boots and stockings and borrowed Tommy Cotton's overalls.
He discarded Tommy's overalls, resumed his own rightful attire, and turned away from his string of trout with a sigh.
He slunk forlornly through the deserted camp, smelling the rubbish-heaps and the discarded rags and tags of the gods.
First among the dramatists of the popular stage he discarded rime, and taking and vitalizing the stiff pentameter line of
The paper with the discarded sketch on it was found, but it was dirty, and spotted with candle-grease.
The double benefit of larger quotas and less fish being discarded is a significant opportunity for Scottish fisherman Fisheries Secretary Richard Lochhead said today.
A simple protocol was developed to incorporate observers into normal fishing operations onboard charter boats 1) to provide estimates of effort, catch, and discard variables on trips that targeted reef fishes, 2) to characterize changes in fishing behavior and catch for both open and closed seasons for red snapper, and 3) to examine differences in the size and age composition of discarded red snapper for both open- and closed-season trips.
When presented with the Kerry and Bush stances on the issue the vast majority, seventy-nine percent (79%) agreed with the statement that: "This (stem cell research) could lead to breakthrough cures for many diseases, such as cancer, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and spinal cord injuries, and this research uses only embryos that otherwise would be discarded.