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A brick, formed in a mold and dried in the sun or baked in a kiln by the early Greeks and Romans; much larger and much thinner than modern bricks; each brick was stamped with the name of the maker and the year in which it was made.
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There is a deferral feature other than postponing income recognition until the later of the exercise or disposition of the option.
There in 1377, and later when pestilences were abroad, incoming persons and ships were first isolated on a nearby island for 30 days (trentina) to await clinical signs of a contagion or evidence of continued good health.
Seven, teen days later district court judge William Morvant throws out the amendment, saying it is invalid because it has two purposes: banning gay marriage and civil unions.
The first liturgical use of what was later designated as Setting One occurred at Trinity Lutheran Seminary, Columbus, Ohio, on June 10, 1975, during a conference of both the text and music committees and subcommittees on the liturgy.
The end-result is an animal that is sensitized such that it will be more susceptible to diseases later in life.
Among all infected women for whom pregnancy outcomes were known, 65% had a live birth, 15% an induced abortion, 11% a stillbirth, 6% a late fetal death (at 20 or more weeks' gestation) and 2% a liveborn baby who later died.
Only some years later, when the Ukraine was liberated, did they succeed in finding him and he rejoined the family in Gorki.
In 1938, Archer was elected school superintendent of Norton County and later served on the staff of Kansas governor Payne Rather.
For that matter, his later monumental sculptures have a bland authoritarian look.
File the copy of the revised Form 3115 with the IRS National Office no later than when it files the amended return; and
Josyf would later help him as Coadjutor Bishop and also become his successor in the see of Lviv.
3] Like Benjamin, Bonhoeffer would later see that it was the literary fragment -- the letter, the paper, the poem, the story, not the systematic manuscript--that best reflected traces of the lightening flash.