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|Now Ned must jump back to the Victorian era to help Verity put things right--not only to save the project but to prevent altering history itself. From the Paperback edition.|
|A New York Times political cartoonist and writer presents a collection of his most popular essays and drawings about life and government hypocrisy, exploring the darkly comic aspects of such topics as falling in love with unlikeable people, ...|
|89 heading; we found nothing there; we then went into No. 105 bord; Morris and |
son were working in N0. 69 heading; at 105 bord we found John Purcell, that is
the first bord next to the back heading; I have marked the spot where we found ...
|If a treatable infection was found as a result of the consultation, you likely |
received appropriate information and treatment. Suppose you returned for the
follow-up visit with your doctor, and you were told that "we found nothing." What
does that ...
|Now, in my room while I was in rehab, there was a picture of the space shuttle |
blasting off. It was autographed by every astronaut down at NASA. On the top of
that picture it says, “We found nothing is impossible.” Now, that should be our
|Apart from recoveries, we didn't find one thing. Nothing. Not even a file cabinet. |
When we got into Building Six, which had a big hole in the middle—what we
called a donut hole, like you'd cut a section of the building out and exposed
|Q. Had you nothing in your caissons? ... At half-past 3 the last load of ammuni |
tion was ashore and the chests filled up and we were on the road at half -past 3.
Q. With ... When we came to bring the horses down we found another keeled over
|After having spent so much time with texts on waiting and with trying to observe |
waiting rooms we found it liberating to watch Akram Khan's ballet Bahok, where
eight dancers wait desperately in an airport. The choreographer had dispensed ...
|from it after it itself came into being then it must be no thing, which is why Nothing |
begot it straight: that first something is in fact ... Nevertheless, this paradox having
been exploited long enough, we suddenly find ourselves on familiar territory in ...
|WE SEARCHED THE parsonage in Haverill, but we found nothing that was going |
to link the Reverend Drew to the I Iaywards' murders. I'm not sure any of us
actually expected to find a flannel shirt with George Hayward's brains on the