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I will call some one to reconduct you," said the king.
Tupman had already signalised himself, in form and manner following: first, the fat boy fetched from a peg behind the old lady's bedroom door, a close black satin bonnet, a warm cotton shawl, and a thick stick with a capacious handle; and the old lady, having put on the bonnet and shawl at her leisure, would lean one hand on the stick and the other on the fat boy's shoulder, and walk leisurely to the arbour, where the fat boy would leave her to enjoy the fresh air for the space of half an hour; at the expiration of which time he would return and reconduct her to the house.
It's only a word or two"- and after a whispered confabulation of no more than a minute, reconduct him to the door and shake hands ceremoniously.
Pablo VI intento reconduct esa dificultad auspiciando un magno Congreso ele Teologia del Vaticano II, que tuvo lugar en Roma del 26 de septiembre al 1 de octubre de 1966.
The aim of our study was to seek possible sources of clinical heterogeneity, identify homogeneous subpopulations, and reconduct a systematic review for the safety and efficacy assessment of RDN by those subpopulations.
WITH THE Centre deciding to reconduct the Swachh survey, the three Municipal Corporations of Delhi have another opportunity to improve their scores.
Earlier, the court had issued notices to the Centre, CBSE, Medical Council of India and Haryana state government, based on the pleas seeking reconduct of the AIPMT on grounds of alleged large-scale irregularities.
We reconduct our analyses for all regressions in the study and find our conclusions remain essentially unchanged.
If patient fails the swallow screen, reconduct the screen if the patient's health status improves.
Thus, in this section, I reconduct my main analyses in Sections IV and V using this methodology to gauge the robustness of my results.
Baghdad (NINA) --The member of the National Coalition, Hussien al-Asadi, described some political figures' calls to reconduct the election or to withdraw confidence from the government as "Mere media statements.
subsidiary to take strong action to exit risks in the most exposed sectors and to not reconduct loss-making contracts.
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