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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Valley of Death is exhaustively researched and splendidly written, suffering mainly from photographs many readers will consider inappropriate and inadequate.
One year after that extraordinary, unprecedented reprieve that saved Mary Jane from the valley of death, we pause to ask: When is she coming home?
Building the Offshore Patrol Vessels in South Australia will reduce the impact of the valley of death by providing jobs for workers coming off the Air Warfare Destroyer program.
In this article, we would like to share with readers what we have learned trying to cross this valley of death for a flood-prone country and stakeholder nation: Bangladesh.
The Valley of Death turned out to be a conference room with a bored custodian.
They are still struggling for an answer - Years later Millions have echoed your call Your voice from the valley of death Rises to a crescendo.
Building a bridge across the valley of death sounds like a tricky task.
Charge for the guns' he said: Into the valley of Death Rode the six hundred.
The infamous battle inspired Tennyson's poem of the same name, which featured the immortal quote: "Into the Valley of Death rode the six hundred, cannon to the right of them, cannon to the left of them.
The US administration has helped us to cross that valley of death, with a $15m grant.
THIS is the decimated town dubbed the Valley of Death after it was wiped off the map by Australia's rampaging bushfires.