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Jurgis, who knew nothing about the agelong and everlasting hypocrisy of woman, would take the bait and grin with delight; and then he would hold his finger in front of little Antanas' eyes, and move it this way and that, and laugh with glee to see the baby follow it.
Because of his belief in the faultless, agelong maxim that 'health is wealth,' the governor has broken down the barriers that had hitherto drawn back the progress of the Sunshine State to create a virile platform for comprehensive development, physical growth and social security of the entire state.
Holocaust can facilitate Jewish identification not in the sense that Jewish people become more united for their shared feelings of hatred or common desire for revenge, but in the sense that it has become a collective memory of the survivors and their descendants, keeping them always alert to the threatening danger of the anti-Semitism and reminding them of the important mission of carrying on the agelong Jewish tradition into the future.
Tolkien believed that elements of stories "have been put into the Cauldron, where so many potent things lie simmering agelong on the fire [...].
'Forward!' 'Serving!'-that's the shop." So we answer to the infernal, agelong and eternal order issued from on high.
This way Uzbekistan will confirm its adherence to principles set forth in the agelong friendship agreement signed between Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan with respect shown for sovereignty and territorial integrity of Kyrgyzstan.
Modern science has put two powerful weapons in the hands of doctors and nurses in their agelong warfare against disease in the new discoveries of cinematography and broadcasting [...].
This phenomenon challenges the agelong ability of farmers to predict when to plant their crops.
The samples were placed in 100 ml glass bottles containing deoxidant (Agelong oxygen absorber, Sand-Tech Enterprise, Taipei, Taiwan) and desiccant (Seca Pax desiccant, Trans Work container).