Then the discreet automaton who had surveyed his ground, played a blossomless tuneless 'set,' and sixteen disciples of Podsnappery went through the figures of - 1, Getting up at eight and shaving close at a quarter past - 2, Breakfasting at nine - 3, Going to the City at ten - 4, Coming home at half-past five - 5, Dining at seven, and the grand chain.
And now, the grand chain riveted to the last link, the discreet automaton ceased, and the sixteen, two and two, took a walk among the furniture.
Survivors include her son, David and Misty Moss of Clarksville, Tennessee; three daughters, Katricia and Joey Lawson of Creal Springs and Jessica Givens and Rshonda Givens, both of Harrisburg; her significant other, Robert Givens of Harrisburg; two brothers, Randy and Rebecca Moss of Grand Chain
and Thomas Moss of Metropolis; sister, Janet and Kenneth Hastings of Brookport; three grandsons, Kyelar Moss, Kenneth Lawson and Joshua Lawson; and two granddaughters, Briley Edwards and Kayla Lawson.
Volunteer Fire Department (Grand Chain
, IL): $309,524
Many years later, Twain recalled the submerged terrors of the Grand Chain with dread.
The Grand Chain is an eight-mile stretch of the river that is floored with limestone ledges, up-thrusting pinnacles and embedded bonders, some weighing as much as 15 tons.
Provided the retailer manages to get sufficient quantities of a commodity from the other Gulf markets, it will be significantly lower than what he would be paying his distributor in the UAE for the same," said Anwar Ameen, managing director of Regency Group, which operates the Grand chain
of supermarkets in the Gulf.
Common variant: bars 25-40, complete grand chain
in 8 bars, then swing partner for 8 bars.
The man from Grand Chain
, Illinois, who created the summer ice cream treat more than 20 years ago is looking for ways to revitalize his company, which has fallen on hard times in the current recession.
Anwer Ameen managing director at Regency Group which operates the Grand chain
of supermarkets, said a more direct approach vis-Ea-vis the suppliers should be considered.
In her book, One Grand Chain
The History of Anaesthesia in Australia, Volume 1, Dr Gwen Wilson expressed some reservations about the validity of the medical qualifications which Dr William Russ Pugh publicly claimed as qualifying him to practise as a doctor in Launceston and later in Melbourne (1).
But the cultural life of our cities would be immeasurably poorer without the grand chains
, colourful robes - and the often equally colourful characters who wear them.