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  1. Participated in another such draft in 1962. Eventually Wiser could no longer, afford ,to meet his payroll, and on November 8,1962, the AFL took over operations of
  2. Action which resulted in protests and rioting among those who could no longer, afford ,clean water. Amidst Bolivia's nationwide economic collapse and growing
  3. Items such as playing cards to travelers, who might otherwise be unable to, afford ,the higher priced dining car meals. The news service also operated lunch
  4. For the rights to his play The Clansman. Since he ran out of money and could, afford ,only $2,500 of the original option, Griffith offered Dixon 25 percent interest
  5. German: Münzkabinett Berlin). Perhaps because only the very wealthy could, afford ,the pursuit, in Renaissance times coin collecting became known as the" Hobby
  6. That the club could not pay its players and was unlikely to be able to, afford ,to travel to Vicenza to fulfil its next fixture. Supporters kept the club going
  7. Barnes and Britt Burns. But Week could not compete in the free agent market or, afford ,what he called" the high price of mediocrity. " By 1980,the White Sox were
  8. Some cases for the sake of easy pronunciation. Titles Anagrams used for titles, afford ,scope for some types of wit. Examples: * Shakespeare's Hamlet is an anagram
  9. Brown was arrested in Andover, Massachusetts,but because he could not, afford ,the $4,000 bail, he was taken to Salem for trial. Brown was tried in June 1799.
  10. Due to the fact that standard condoms were too wide and consequently failed to, afford ,protection to adolescent boys during vaginal and anal intercourse. Family
  11. Had slowly eroded the economic power of the pharaoh, who could no longer, afford ,to support a large centralized administration. As the power of the pharaoh
  12. Class emigrants, who would have to work hard for the monies settlers to ever, afford ,their own land. As a result of this policy, Adelaide does not share the convict
  13. To spend a holiday in Acapulco, the foreign and Mexican middle class could now, afford ,to travel here. In the 70s there was a significant expansion of the port. In
  14. Amateur ca. 296-298. It is speculated that his parents were wealthy enough to, afford ,giving him an esteemed secular learning. In his earliest work Against the
  15. The ACT has internal self-government, but Australia's Constitution does not, afford ,the territory government the full legislative independence provided to
  16. To feel his Formula One budget of around £100,000 was a gamble he could not, afford ,to take on his own and began to look around for an experienced business partner
  17. Anew week by week. ". Many ordinary churchgoers—that is, those who could, afford ,a copy, as it was expensive—would own a copy of the prayer book. Judith Malty
  18. Lifestyle was due to necessity, as Bell was not financially secure enough to, afford ,a home. As part-owner or owner of an NFL team, Bell never had an African
  19. Most books through a public library or by other means while the rich could, afford ,to have a private library built in their homes. In the United States the Boston
  20. Commonly reported reasons were socioeconomic factors such as being unable to, afford ,a child either in terms of the direct costs of raising a child or the loss of
  21. New arms race, they would further cripple their economy. The Soviets could not, afford ,to ignore Reagan’s new endeavor, therefore they had to enter negotiations with
  22. He was meant to stay for only 3 months because that was all his father could, afford , After ten minutes of watching Agassi play, Bollettieri called Mike and said: "
  23. Hills, Brewster responds with," Why, Mr. Clamped, with your money, you could, afford ,the Taj Mahal," to which Jed rejoins," I'll take it! " When Brewster insists
  24. S premier tourist attractions after they had to rely on paying visitors to, afford ,the upkeep of the house. It had electricity installed only in 1962. Dame Jean
  25. German students and academics fighting against Napoleon in 1813,could not, afford ,to make special uniforms and therefore adopted black, as the only color that
  26. Known as the bullhorn acacias),the large thorn-like stipples are hollow and, afford ,shelter for several species of Pseudomyrmex ants, which feed on a secretion of
  27. Ways in which they are implemented, as well as the relative effectiveness they, afford ,in increasing the CPU's performance for an application. Instruction level
  28. She is caring for the child, lack of support from the father, inability to, afford ,additional children, desire to provide schooling for existing children
  29. To invest in. Conversely, when Jed muses to Mr. Brewster about whether he can, afford ,to move to Beverly Hills, Brewster responds with," Why, Mr. Clamped, with
  30. Who could keep up with them on ponies, and for the poorer hunters who could not, afford ,to maintain a stable of good hunting horses. Before the advent of the fashion
  31. Stage of knighthood. Knights bachelor were either poor vassals who could not, afford ,to take the field under their own banner, or knights too young to support the
  32. Within),as well as long-distance rail links from all neighboring countries, afford ,large numbers of travelers easy access from abroad. The Alps typically see
  33. Players away from mid-sized and smaller market baseball clubs that could not, afford ,to compete with them for salaries. Owners and players feud in the 1980s All was
  34. Disrepair, and Week was forced to sell it to the Cardinals since he could not, afford ,to make the necessary improvements to bring it up to code. With his only
  35. Effectively trapped Russian foreign policy: After 1913,Russia could not, afford ,losing its last ally in this crucial area and thus had no alternatives but to
  36. 1874 and was established and edited by Joel E. Hendricks. It was" intended to, afford ,a medium for the presentation and analysis of any and all questions of interest
  37. Teams in the last three seasons, Fuchs was sinking in debt and couldn't, afford ,the rent on Braves Field. Fuchs thought Ruth was just what the Braves needed
  38. Estate manage for the Trust for seven years until the National Trust could, afford ,to buy most of the property back from her. Her stewardship of these farms
  39. Upstream. But when these obstacles have been overcome, the rivers and lakes, afford ,a vast network of navigable waters. The calculation of the areas of African
  40. Also illustrated in the wide variety of additional artistic uses that acrylics, afford ,the artist. Specialist acrylics have been manufactured and used for lino block
  41. It became harder and harder for those who grew up in the city to be able to, afford ,to stay. The end of rent control in 1994 prompted many Cambridge renters to
  42. Perceived inferiority of crops of the African slaves. Those who could grow or, afford ,wheat often had biscuits as part of their breakfast, along with healthy
  43. Food to passengers. Rather, it was the realization that those who could, afford ,to travel great distances expected such facilities and their favorable opinion
  44. Him. Health issues During his early years in Los Angeles, Thornton couldn't, afford ,to eat properly and lived on a diet of potatoes. When his health began to
  45. S income. Music and dance were popular entertainments for those who could, afford ,them. Early instruments included flutes and harps, while instruments similar to
  46. Corpus in the federal courts. Generally speaking," direct appeal statutes, afford ,defendants the opportunity to challenge the merits of a judgment and allege
  47. Potential domestic tension. Abby May described her idea:" I thought it would, afford ,a daily opportunity for the children, indeed all of us, to interchange thought
  48. Though the extent of expected coverage varies with context. Some religions, afford ,the breast a special status, either in formal teachings or in symbolism. Islam
  49. Suffrage, and property rights. However, in practice, these provisions do not, afford ,significant protection against criminal prosecution by the State. As the
  50. Mixture is hot filtered to remove manganese dioxide and then allowed to cool to, afford ,benzoic acid. From benzyl chloride Benzoic acid can be prepared by oxidation of

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