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Bell-ringing the harmonic an octave above the strike tone of a bell
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I found the dear old Lady Jermyn on the very eve of sailing, with a new captain, a new crew, a handful of passengers (chiefly steerage), and nominally no cargo at all.
57-480) is nominally Heracles and Cycnus, but the greater part is taken up with an inferior description of the shield of Heracles, in imitation of the Homeric shield of Achilles ("Iliad" xviii.
Last summer, though he nominally held the same portfolio, he was his Colony's Premier in all but name, and the idol of his own province, which is two and a half times the size of England.
"And our dinner hour is nominally (for we dine at all hours) five!
The Malays are now nominally in a state of freedom, and certainly are so, as far as regards their personal treatment; but in most other points they are considered as slaves.
The medieval Church, at first merely from the brutal necessities of a period of anarchy, had for the most part frowned on the joy and beauty of life, permitting pleasure, indeed, to the laity, but as a thing half dangerous, and declaring that there was perfect safety only within the walls of the nominally ascetic Church itself.
Average monthly gross salary in BiH was 1.398 KM in December last year and it is nominally higher by 4.3 percent compared to December 2017 and by 0.8 percent compared to November last year.
Zealand Pharma A/S (CPH:ZEAL), a biotechnology company focused on the discovery, design and development of peptide-based medicines, announced on Wednesday the receipt of a notification from Van Herk Investments B.V that as on 10 July 2018, it holds nominally DKK 1,962,535 shares (each share carrying one vote) in Zealand Pharma A/S.
*Power requirement: conventional AC power supply (nominally 120
Clegg's likened to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev who is nominally in charge.
Now, some nominally conservative Republicans and at least one conservative denomination have developed a different, more limited, version of the "sanctuary" concept.
And thus the present culture is only nominally Christian, hardly distinguishable from secularism.