Which Mrs Milvey confirmed; and really the kind, conscientious couple spoke, as if they kept some profitable orphan warehouse and were personally patronized
The shop was also patronized
by mice--only the mice were rather afraid of Ginger.
If the heroine of one novel be not patronized
by the heroine of another, from whom can she expect protection and regard?
the university and the churches, and the pastors especially bowed at their knees in meek subservience.
It ought never to be forgotten, that a firm union of this country, under an efficient government, will probably be an increasing object of jealousy to more than one nation of Europe; and that enterprises to subvert it will sometimes originate in the intrigues of foreign powers, and will seldom fail to be patronized
and abetted by some of them.
Tenders are invited for Selection of a contractor for transportation of food with his own transport to the patronized
persons at the Social Patronage Department of Ihtiman Municipality.
Conversation with numerous engineers and activists in rural Sindh suggests that the number of such politically patronized
contracting companies runs in thousands and they get over 90 percent of civil works in Sindh.
Locally, Sheikh Nawaf has attended and patronized
a series of events.
Jeddah, Sha'ban 19, 1435, Jun 17, 2014, SPA -- Prince Mishl bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, Governor of Makkah Region, patronized
here yesterday evening the graduation ceremony of the third batch comprising of 212 students from Al-Baterjie Medical College for Science and Technology.
He also charged that the target killers are being patronized
at different levels.
Shoppers who had patronized
their local stores for decades, through changing urban economic fortunes and social unrest in Durham, North Carolina, were "'almost reverent'" leading up to store closings.
At this point, to simply denounce Philip Morris after one has been patronized
- and continues to be patronized
- by Philip Morris seems a totally expected, avant-gardist gesture.