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But, in the lapse of time, her wishes in regard to certain minor legacies, left to different relatives, had undergone some modification; and it became necessary to add three or four Codicils to the original document.
So there was no alternative but to depart from the usual course, and to let him see the original document.
The extant "Contest", however, has clearly combined with the original document much other ill-digested matter on the life and descent of Homer, probably drawing on the same general sources as does the Herodotean "Life of Homer".
Here is the paper, madam,' said the Jew, delivering into Miss Potterson's hands the original document drawn up by Rokesmith, and signed by Riderhood.
TUNIS (TAP) - The original document of Tunisia's independence protocol goes on show to the public for the first time, as part of an exhibition at the national Archives, on the commemoration of April 9, 1938 events.
NADRA officials, even after examining each and every original document, hand over a form to get them attested by a government officer.
Parliamentary sources confirmed that the original document of the 1973 Constitution is not available in the record and archives of the National Assembly, The News reports.
pleaded with the Sharjah Sharia Court of First Instance to give him time to submit to the court original document, which was granted to him.
The original document, which is kept in the Archives of Dubrovnik, states that before entering the city, newcomers had to spend 30 days in a restricted location awaiting to see whether the symptoms of plague would develop.
When a standard, developed by a leading standards development organization such as ASTM, is incorporated (referred to as harmonization) into ISO, it often undergoes modifications that the developing body is, in some cases, powerless to change, and may well be in conflict with the more widely used original document or less than technically equivalent, and in some cases technically inferior.
If an examination is being conducted within two or three years of a document's creation, it is less likely that problems will be encountered in retrieving either the original document or an imaged copy.

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