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  1. That his profile as an illustrator seemed to undermine his efforts to be taken, seriously ,as an artist. Pop art was an experimental form that several artists were
  2. Causing major concern. Approximately 40 % of the world's agricultural land is, seriously ,degraded. In Africa, if current trends of soil degradation continue, the
  3. 24 to 48 hours observation, most suffering from inhalation of toxic fumes. Most, seriously ,injured was a technician who suffered a fractured kneecap when the GSE cart
  4. With this royal order was to be punished by loss of office. It is uncertain how, seriously ,this should be taken; Asset was more concerned to represent Alfred as a wise
  5. As a satirical work often do not immediately realize that Swift was not, seriously ,proposing cannibalism and infanticide, nor would readers unfamiliar with the
  6. Erroneously instructing the jury on the law applicable to the case, permitting, seriously , improper argument by an attorney, admitting or excluding evidence improperly
  7. Dispute this due to Augustus' will read aloud to the Senate while he was, seriously ,ill in 23 BC, instead indicating a preference for Marcus Agrippa, who was
  8. Expresses its strong dissatisfaction over this .... The bank's move not only, seriously ,tarnishes its own name, but also undermines the interests of its members. "
  9. States:" It is only in modern times that people have taken the Atlantis story, seriously ,; no one did so in antiquity ". The Times remained known in a Latin rendition
  10. 1960s that the bipolar dominance of England and Australia in world cricket was, seriously ,challenged for the first time. West Indies defeated England twice in the
  11. Jayadhwaj Singh took refuge in hill again. But in December, Mir Lumley II fell, seriously ,ill and the soldiers refused to advance any further. Meanwhile, the Whom king
  12. Late in the war to end slavery in return for diplomatic recognition were not, seriously ,considered by London or Paris. After 1863,the Polish revolt against Russia
  13. Completed his first (unpublished) novel at the age of 17 and began writing, seriously ,in his early 20s. His first published novels were social satires, beginning
  14. His admiration for the writing of Jack Kerouac inspired him to take poetry more, seriously , Though he took odd jobs to support himself, in 1955,upon the advice of a
  15. The world because of habit or custom, which human nature forces us to take, seriously , This is also, presumably,the" principle" that organizes the connections
  16. Where grievous bodily harm is defined as" harm which in itself is such as, seriously ,to interfere with health. " The common law crime of indecent assault was
  17. Only character who is truly concerned about Alex's welfare; he is not taken, seriously ,by Alex, though. (He is nicknamed by Alex" prison charlie" or" Chaplin,"
  18. Then were beheaded. * October - One American serviceman was killed and another, seriously ,injured by a bomb blast in Zambian City. 2003 * February 12 - The Philippines
  19. People are confirmed dead, including a nine-month baby girl and five others are, seriously ,wounded. * March 20 - Declassified documents seized from Saddam Hussein’s
  20. Has always fascinated humans and has been written about both humorously and, seriously , Mark Twain wrote about ants in his A Tramp Abroad. Some modern authors have
  21. Australia, Martin Bryant goes on a shooting spree, killing 35 people and, seriously ,injuring 21 more. *2001 – Millionaire Dennis Tito becomes the world's first
  22. That, without Darwin,Wallace's views on evolution would have been taken, seriously , Lyell and Hooker's arrangement relegated Wallace to the position of
  23. The carved details on the five the caryatids of the Erechtheum had, seriously ,degenerated, while the face of the horseman on the Parthenon's west side was
  24. Contract with Too came to an end in 1966,the 56-year-old director was, seriously ,contemplating change. Observing the troubled state of the domestic film
  25. And teacher were a perfect mismatch. Although Cauchy took his mission very, seriously , he did this with great clumsiness, and with surprising lack of authority over
  26. Symptoms of delicate health, the notion that he might die young was never, seriously ,taken; Nicholas was betrothed to the Princess Dagmar of Denmark. Under these
  27. Made for success. Had he been more brilliant, he would not have been taken so, seriously , Had he dug more deeply, had he unearthed more recondite truth, had he used
  28. Accident Schwarzenegger's 13-year-old son Christopher Schwarzenegger was, seriously ,injured in a boogie-boarding accident in Malibu, on July 17, 2011. In a joint
  29. At Valley Forge in the winter of 1777-78 alone. The number of Revolutionaries, seriously ,wounded or disabled by the war has been estimated from 8,500 to 25,000. The
  30. Ovarian star," hero. " 128 The first etymology is too farfetched to be taken, seriously , the second is nonsense. " The name has many variants in modern languages: Ali
  31. Head of that community. Hasan Ali Shah's authority thereafter was not, seriously ,challenged again. Final years Hasan Ali Shah
  32. And was released from the hospital later the same day. Warhol however, was, seriously , wounded by the attack and barely survived (surgeons opened his chest and
  33. Deal of other evidence available before 1876,which, had it been collated and, seriously ,studied, might have discounted the sensation that the discovery of the citadel
  34. Could hardly be ignored in such a setting and the plays often treat them quite, seriously , Even jokes can be serious when the topic is politics — especially in wartime.
  35. Defeat the Russians in the Battle of Vandenberg *1918 – Fanny Kaplan shoots and, seriously ,injures Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin. This, along with the assassination of
  36. Towards retirement? Karpov's outstanding classical tournament play has been, seriously ,limited since 1995,since he prefers to be more involved in politics of his
  37. Me into the fence. " The explosion, while killing one of the Cossacks and, seriously ,wounding the driver and people on the sidewalk, had only damaged the
  38. About the health of her sister. At some point before December 1837,Anne became, seriously ,ill with gastritis and underwent a religious crisis. A Moravian minister was
  39. In the Martian atmosphere, that Lowell's analysis of Mars's climate was, seriously ,flawed and badly overestimated the surface temperature, and that low
  40. 21, 1960,in which McDonnell Aircraft test pilot G. B. North passed out and was, seriously ,injured when testing a Mercury cabin / spacesuit atmosphere system in a vacuum
  41. Later in his life, we are told::" Always a man who had taken his stomach, seriously , he was reaping his reward in old age. Eating was not only a physical pleasure
  42. The fox reproduces very quickly and often dies young, population levels are not, seriously ,impacted by trapping. The arctic fox has, nonetheless,been eradicated from
  43. Grove. * Helene, daughter of Citrus. She fought Achilles and died after he, seriously ,wounded her. * Hippo, an Amazon who took part in the introduction of religious
  44. Of Gershwin in an introductory letter to Boulanger that caused Gershwin to, seriously ,consider taking time to study abroad in Paris. Gershwin arrived in Paris in
  45. Resolved, that this General Convention calls upon all members of this Church, seriously ,to consider the implications for their own lives of this call to resist war and
  46. By the prospect that effective antibiotics may not be available to treat, seriously ,ill patients in the near future. As bacterial antibiotic resistance continues
  47. Team collide and the wreckage falls into the crowd. 75 are killed and 346, seriously , injured. *1990 – Iraq declares Kuwait to be its newest province. * 1990 – The
  48. Down at his leg wound and replied with his last words:" Yes, and I fear, seriously , " Harris and other staff officers removed Johnston from his horse and moved
  49. A river of gold "; it is hard for many modern readers to accept that one could, seriously ,so admire the style of those works currently available to us. The surviving
  50. Books are texts of uncertain authenticity, or writings where the work is, seriously ,questioned. Given that different denominations have different beliefs about

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