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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.|
|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 ...
|It was never meant to be found. Then it's time to leave for the surface. I'm telling |
Glan the whole time that we transmit home telling them we found nothing. Being
that there were only two of us who went down it would be my word against his ...
|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
|Not long ago, we thought everything was made of solid little balls (atoms). Later |
we found they were 99.9% empty space – only their electrons, protons and
neurons (0.01%) seemed solid. Then we found that even they are nothing but
|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 ...
|I guess there was nothing to be concerned about because, a lot of students |
attended services there since it was the only catholic church in ... He said that he
found nothing and that he felt that what we were looking for would not be found
|That is the best part of real things too. This is why I shall not tell you in this story |
about all the days when nothing happened. ... But we found nothing except
worms and stones—and the ground was very hard. So we thought we'd try
another part ...
|“We found nothing,” the Captain abruptly apprised the boy. The youth's pale, |
immature face did not budge. “What do you mean nothing?” the boy asked in his
usual demanding tone. The Captain thought about breaking the kid's flapping jaw
|A check of our compasses confirmed we were still on an easterly heading. By 10:|
30 I estimated we should be in the area where we had found the old tree stump
on our last two trips. But nothing familiar was in sight. No stump, no crooked tree,