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Th' invention all admir'd, and each, how hee To be th' inventer miss'd, so easie it seemd Once found, which yet unfound most would have thought Impossible: yet haply of thy Race In future dayes, if Malice should abound, Some one intent on mischief, or inspir'd With dev'lish machination might devise Like instrument to plague the Sons of men For sin, on warr and mutual slaughter bent.
The statistics show 196 male absconders remained unfound as of February 9.
The CITES team said they suspect the unfound owner of the luggage was likely looking to bring the lizard into the country as part of an illegal wildlife trafficking scheme.
He lived to know that pursuit of passion was to lead to troubled waters, but also found out that blind alleys often lead to hitherto unfound lands, too.
Accessible only to travelers with an inclination towards unfound beauty, it can only be reached by swimming or kayaking in a water tunnel.
Both separately and in a unity of recollection, he recalls and re-experiences a child's imprinted images and feelings with the adult's subsequent reinterpretation of the initiation into the stuff of life: Love - sought, unfound - betrayed or unperceived - carnal, illusory.
He once again levelled unsubstantiated and unfound allegations that Pakistan has given safe haven to the terrorists.
With allegations of the EVMs being tampered with to favour the BJP in the UP assembly elections, a feeling that the ruling can well trigger a dramatic collapse of the opposition chances in any election is not unfound either
Benedict had set off in October without any tracking equipment to find an isolated tribe who, as far as I can work out, were pretty happy being unfound rather than being peered at by posh boys making like Dr Livingstone.
I believe there are many unfound revenue opportunities still to be explored by every publisher, with or without a press.
Most of these practices are based on core knowledge and wisdom, but some of them have emerged purely from intuition, superstitions and unfound beliefs.
A gun, which remains unfound, was fired at least eight times and six people injured, some of whom had no links to any gang, London's Appeal Court heard.