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While Maj Thompson dealt with his emergency, Capt Hempen arranged for the flight's departure from the range and recovery into the airfield.
For example, Rogers (1884) refers to a document published around the year 1250 that documents the following localized English industries: schooling (Oxford), eels (Cambridge), scarlet (Lincoln), blanket (Bligh), burnet (Beverley), russet (Colchester), linen fabrics (Shaftesbury, Lewes, Aylesham), cord (Warwick, Bridport), hempen fabrics (Bridport), fine bread (Wycombe, Hungerford, St.
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I was busy tamping tobacco in my pipe, chatting with an old friend whose father had once run a national news magazine, my right loot propped up on a near-by hempen hassock to steady my weighty mass, waiting for the order from the captain to slip cables.
While many critics might refer to this as classic Dickinson, because of its mannered imagery, Winters finds those aspects of the poem merely irritating: I started early, took my dog, And visited the sea; The mermaids in the basement Came out to look at me, And frigates in the upper floor Extended hempen hands, Presuming me to be a mouse Aground, upon the sands.
She writes into being "vacant Hands," and "Hempen Hands," "narrow" and "childish Hands." She imagines a time "when Formula, had failed .../And shape my Hands," and "The spider" who "holds a silver Bell/In Unperceived Hands." This is all well and good, even a lovely celebration of hands, capitalized, hands grappling, groping, attached and detached, mysterious and feelingful.
Yet, the hempen fibre is long and, due to various vegetable poison substances, it is resistant to mildew, especially to that caused by moisture (the observations made by Juri Peets).
In 280 A.D., the natives of Hunan, among whom was a sizeable number of Miao were reported to be paying tax to the local Chinese authorities in the form of hempen cloth.
Higher doses are used at the onset of and during RT with lower doses at the end of RT (Hempen, Weiss, & Hess, 2002).