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memento

RC Church either of two prayers occurring during the Mass
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Since the moment he had first received these two mementoes Athos had never parted with them.
They are worthy to rank with Cruikshank's illustrations of Jack Sheppard and The Tower of London, as mementoes of the little old smokeless London before the century of Johnson, though that, too, as Dr.
When the audience recognized these familiar mementos of Pudd'nhead's old time childish "puttering" and folly, the tense and funereal interest vanished out of their faces, and the house burst into volleys of relieving and refreshing laughter, and Tom chirked up and joined in the fun himself; but Wilson was apparently not disturbed.
"It proves familiarity, and familiarity implies the possession of mementoes, or relics.
His rounds took him into low-roofed cottages in which were fishing tackle and sails and here and there mementoes of deep-sea travelling, a lacquer box from Japan, spears and oars from Melanesia, or daggers from the bazaars of Stamboul; there was an air of romance in the stuffy little rooms, and the salt of the sea gave them a bitter freshness.
"There was a great city once which adopted that as her motto,--people dig up mementoes of her sometimes from under the sands."
The Memento Event interface allows the user logic to send time-stamped events to the Memento Logging tool, with a precision of lus.
Remember Your Death: Memento Mori Lenten Devotional
Contract notice: production of an annual statistics and indicators memento of the french regions reference number: drees-314
A memento was presented by SAS Naqvi to Kavitha in appreciation of her contribution to arts, culture and literature.
Fans who pre-order the Huddersfield edition of the popular board game will receive a special, unavailable-to-buy Town memento.
She received Rs50,000 winners purse along with a memento and certificate.