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The Aged Man was about to speak further, but the meeting informally adjourned in order to sweep the floor of the temple - for the men of Gakwak are the tidiest housewives in all that province.
We are at home on Thursdays- today is Thursday, so please come and see us quite informally," said the governor, taking leave of him.
Everybody looked at everybody else, and nobody moved; then there came a voice out of a far corner saying informally, "Rebecca, why don't you?" It was Mrs.
I know the Duchess very well indeed - well enough to take you to call quite informally if you please.
The case was allowed to die a natural death, and was informally dropped in 1896.
I shall leave you to judge, gentlemen, from the testimony, how far the witness in this prosecution can be so considered, feeling less reluctance to submit the case thus informally to your decision, because there is yet another indictment to be tried, which involves heavier charges against the unfortunate prisoner.”
Exhibit 3, above, uses the same scenario, but this time the nonqualified benefit is informally funded with tax-exempt bonds.
Such a distinction was drawn in the language of a proposed safe harbor draft addressing physician recruitment that was informally released by the OIG to the health care industry several years ago.
On the sunlit side of Pluto (right), the smooth expanse of the informally named icy plain Sputnik Planum is flanked to the west (above, in this orientation) by rugged mountains up to 11,000 feet (3,500 meters) high, including the informally named Norgay Montes in the foreground and Hillary Montes on the skyline.
n Plant bulbs of Spanish, Dutch and English iris, either in rows to produce flowers for cutting or informally in borders or rockeries.
REBNY expanded its role from what was an organization that allowed commercial brokers to informally network and share their available space with each other to become a major force in the industry for information sharing and policy.
However, Archbishop Hutchison said, he would likely express his concern over a proposal in the Windsor Report for a covenant among members of the Anglican Communion "saying that they wouldn't effect any significant changes without having consulted formally or informally the instruments of unity and so on."