We immediately proceeded to collect what we could of our horses, and other cattle, and bring them through the posterns into the fort: And in the evening of the ninth, I returned answer, that we were determined to defend our fort while a man was living--Now, said I to their commander, who stood attentively hearing my sentiments, We laugh at all your formidable preparations: But thank you for giving us notice and time to provide for our defence.
They began at the water- mark and proceeded in the bank some distance, which we understood by their making the water muddy with the clay; and we immediately proceeded to disappoint their design, by cutting a trench across their subterranean passage.
We were informed that the Indians, numbering their dead, found they had four killed more than we; and therefore, four of the prisoners they had taken, were, by general consent, ordered to be killed, in a most barbarous manner, by the young warriors, in order to train them up to cruelty; and then they proceeded to their towns.
He further noted that the Ministry of Tertiary Education, Science and Technology sponsors an average of 6 300 students per year to proceed
or 88 200 students out of the 332 402 who completed BGCSE since 2005 to date.
Designed to broaden the appeal of the new Ceed range, the ProCeed
is a fraction longer than the estate version of the Slovakian-built line up and has a low, sleek profile with a 594 litre boot.
'An interim injunction restraining PASAN, their agents, privies, servants from giving directives to their members to proceed
or proceeding on strike.'
court authorizing the sale and the transfer of the proceeds
from the sale to Hanjin in Korea.
All kind of traffic coming from Stadium Road side shall proceed
to a final written decision." (Emphasis added.) This statutory language left open the question of what circumstances would cause the PTAB to move forward with a proceeding already settled by the parties.
3 : to go or act by an orderly method <Did the meeting proceed
according to plan?>
Fusion is commercializing FloSeal and Proceed
for controlling bleeding in a variety of settings in which conventional means of achieving hemostasis--such as sutures, staples, topical hemostats, or fibrin glues-are impractical or generally do not work effectively.
Morlock says Madsen Gold will proceed
with a preliminary feasibility study.