But, the airing of the old facts had led some one concerned to suggest that it would be well before they were reconsigned
to their gloomy shelf--now probably for ever--to induce or compel that Mr Julius Handford to reappear and be questioned.
All they can do is turn back the clock, reconsign
the managers to the dugouts and instruct them to sit down and behave.
What is clear is that neodomesticity cannot simply be regarded as a conspiracy to reconsign
women to the home.
A shipper's request to divert or reconsign
a shipment may be transmitted directly through the carrier's IS and communication system to the vehicle operator (or through the automated dispatch and scheduling system since a transfer of shipment to another vehicle may be optimal).
enters a local distribution system, it is not reconsigned
There the canvases were unrolled for Chagall to view and sign before the powers that be reconsigned
them to Soviet oblivion.
as a yearling by Kirtlington Stud at the October sales, he doubled his value, fetching 30,000gns with Amanda Skiffington the successful purchaser.
"Jane Austen and the Reconsigned
Child: The True Identity of Fanny Price." Persuasions 23 (2001): 205-14.
The specimen sold at the original Sotheby's auction for $122,000, then was later reconsigned
and sold for $66,000.
More than the other programs discussed here, The Big Payoff reconsigns
women to the role of erotic spectacle.
Note, too, that my argument here refers to direct exports from Siam and Cochinchina to the West; some rice from these places ended up in Europe even in the first half of the nineteenth century, having been reconsigned
there from Singapore.