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DAY CARE and Ken Drydan...guess we won't have to suffer through the old green plan of the Lieberals, since green house gas immissions went up 30%...now we have the green shaft taking it's place to pay for all these projects at the expence of taxpayers and the economy.
Just One Question ALW 2008
Moreover, certain immissions by evil angels will toss the ship of your breast; yea, peradventure the temptation will be so strong, that you will think all to oppose itself against you.
A Mirror for Monks. 1506-1566 1872
And then, lastly, for the gift of prophecy, and foretelling future events; neither was this in the soul by constant inhesion and habitual abode; but (as we may not unfitly express it) only by sudden strictures, by transient immissions, and representations of the ideas of things future, to the imagination.
Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. II. 1634-1716 1823
Pinpointing reduction of carbon immissions while increasing production of the oil sands is no different than when a magician uses misdirection.