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yett

A term for a massive gate, such as a portcullis, chiefly used in Scotland.
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A limited liability company tied to Yett bought the 7,000-square-foot building in 2014 for an undisclosed amount, according to a deed filed with Lane County.
And by this Power or Facultie those spontaneous actions of the animall life which in Brutes became (e) almost necessary yett in Man are in a greate Measure arbitrary or voluntary, at least as to the times seasons degrees Measure order and other Circumstances accompanying their exertions; And (f) in this respect these mixt (g) actions tho they come not under a Law properly so call'd in Brutes, yet in Men they are the proper subject of a true and formall Law: Sobriety, Chastity Temperance Moderation of Pasions and many more morall vertues being to be exercis'd about these (h) animal actions of the human Nature because tho the actions themselves are such as belong to the Province of the animall life in him, yet the Circumstances and Modification; (i) /fol.
Why shoulde poore chauncelour be condemned by a cry Who tooke from few yett gave to many He strove to make his Lady rich we finde He lov'd her well but alas he went behinde God knowes he husband' not his store He should have done his youth less: his Lady more But now's the time all freely speake theire minde Thy judgments are he wente too much behinde.
Sheldon Yett hosted a reception at the National Gallery Daut Pasha Hamam in Skopje on 27 October.
In the RS-3, the entire spline unit is encased beneath the lower arm so it can move freely in the space," said Epson applications engineer John Yett.
Enveloped by soothing keyboards, hand drums and Native American flute, the accompaniments are colorful canvases on which Yett paints his pastoral pictures, creating atmospheres of reflection and peace.
Yett there were still a handful of murmurs after last weekend's derby defeat.
Yett he believes the Team Dynamics crew have now developed a car that has the pace to be at the front of the grid.
After making his inspection he would return to Narrandera and discuss the contract with Sam Yett, a Chinese storekeeper and financier, who supplied the rations and took the men to the job.
A number of studies have observed that access to nursing home care for Medicaid recipients is delayed relative to private-paying individuals (Feder and Scanlon 1980; Shapiro, Roos, and Kavanagh 1980; Friedman 1982; Greenless, Marshall, and Yett 1982; Gruenberg and Willemain 1982; Weissert and Cready 1988; U.
In addition, by linking with past work in Yett [1968], a long-run examination (dating to 1946) of the average rate of return to RN education is possible.
And although you take out but yor owne treasure nothing yett you putt in but your owne, yt displeases him, yet you put in And fill vp his rome yt that which displeaseth him, 10.