As a former civil attorney, I understand deafly
the legal wisdom behind the move to countersue the victims of priests' sexual abuse.
The market will now be able to deafly
see a single, viable competing pipeline into the state.
People who already have diabetes complications also deafly
benefit from improved blood sugar control.
In both cases the potential for strong and lingering feelings of guilt deafly
As for risk managers, their interests are deafly
furthered by the development and increasing use of statistics in the monitoring of employment practices: as the number of suits directed against their companies fall, so do their EPLI premiums, and that is the kind of trend that management takes satisfaction in seeing.
26 Of the "two general categories" proposed by Jordan as comprising the Renaissance literature in defense of women, the second one is where Crenne's Epistres, her "propos plus facheulx," deafly
belong: "the second - overtly feminist - is devoted to securing for women a status equal to that of men" (11).
1) While estimates of Singulate Mean Age at Marriage provided in Table 2 deafly
show an increase over this period, the results of this study regarding mean age at different parities provide a further insight into these phenomenon of women's reproduction.
I experienced the pull of the polls many times when I was a public servant representing New Hampshire" and I can deafly
see the influence of the campaign season and a weak economy in the House of Representatives' recent vote to "punish" China for what it sees as an undervalued currency.
Sometimes the death was deafly
very sensitive and the informant was unwilling or afraid to disclose more information.
inappropriate, lying to the government is prevalent in this country.
Especially as applied in the writings of the Argentine bishops, the framework deafly
leads to the conclusion that social justice required a significant reduction on Argentina's indebtedness.
To our deafly
departed: Father Clarence Rivers, pioneering Vatican II American liturgical musician; Frenchman Jacques Dupuis, S.