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Did they ask themselves why such projects never happened even when credit was flawing?
Bye Bye GOP! 2009
And I just started seeing the impact of our existence as human beings being here and the way we utilized the resources - I started seeing that we were flawing that system.
In the chapel where Sister Hilaria lay in her new coffin, made in the brothers 'own workshop and lined with lead, it was almost as cold as out in the frost, and the body had not suffered any flawing of its serene beauty.
The Virgin In The Ice Peters, Ellis, 1913-1995 1982
They dared not change the past-they could not risk flawing their own present.
Science Fiction Hall of Fame Various, 1973
Some of the men in spring went off into the woods to 'flawing,' _i. e._ to barking the oak which is thrown in May -- the bark is often used now for decoration, like the Spanish cork bark.
Field and Hedgerow Being the Last Essays of Richard Jefferies Richard Jefferies 1867
A seal of beryl, of chrysolite, of ruby; to make impressions (all in good time and proper place though) and receive none: incapable, just as they are, of splitting, or cracking, or flawing, or harbouring dirt.
Imaginary Conversations and Poems A Selection Walter Savage Landor 1819
The manner of the breaking and flawing of them, explicated by Figures.
Since I never flawing on none-Ethiopian airlines to travel to Ethiopia I don't have much knowledge how KLM and / or LUFTHANSA airlines connection works … so my question to you is that are you or those who choose to travel on none Ethiopian have to still go through the connection
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Brie Hodges from Desperate Housewives is the very picture of being perfect but her perfectness causes her to live by rigid, narrow guidelines, deeply flawing her in that process.
Novel Journey 2009
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