Valley of Death


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A popular term for the period between the awarding of a patent and putting the device into production
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The story of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus is the most graceful story of all - the story of a God who in some fashion took on human form so that he could show us how to live and how to die, a God who went down into the valley of death with us and promised that death would not be the end.
Not tho' the soldiers knew Some one had blunder'd: Theirs not to make reply, Theirs not to reason why, Theirs but to do and die: Into the valley of Death Rode the six hundred.
He said: "My brother-in-law described the area as a valley of death.
Reg Keys, whose son Thomas died, said: ``They let those six lads drive into that town lightly armed, with inadequate communications straight into the Valley of Death.
An analysis of venture capital (VC) funding also undercuts reports of the early demise of the valley of death.
Tech commercialization: Surviving the valley of death
THE Light Brigade charged into the Valley of Death one more time yesterday.
Against all the odds, some of the cavalry reached the guns, cut down the gunners and caused Russian cavalrymen to flee before riding back up the Valley of Death, bombarded by the big guns.
In his most emotional outburst yet, Thomas' dad Reg Keys says: ``They let those six lads drive into that town lightly armed, with inadequate communications straight into the Valley of Death.
People call that the valley of death, and that's what it is.
In June 1998, CNN aired Valley of Death, an expos of American troops' use of sarin nerve gas during a clandestine 1970 raid into Laos.