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  • boutique This eagerness from within the company, along with popularity of 7 Minutes in Heaven, prompted Broadway Video to make the decision to officially revive the Above Average brand and form the "boutique multi-channel network" that Above Average is today.
  • cirque But on the day preceding his visit to the Cirque with Darena, Cherubin had once more spoken about going to Gagny, and he had stated positively, in Monsieur Gerondif's presence, that he should not allow the week to pass without going to see and embrace his old nurse.
  • cite Why had he not bethought him to cite Caedmon, at any rate, against that sweeping disparagement?
  • citric Although a weak acid, exposure to pure citric acid can cause adverse effects.
  • city I guess I'll let you get it for me in the city when you buy the weddin' present.
  • critique Professor Wilson has begun something of the kind apparently, in his initiatory paper of the last Blackwood number on critics, beginning with Dryden-but he seems to have no design in his notice-it is a mere critique on the critic.
  • fatigue He would there be safe for the time, and could at least rest himself, for he was now weak with fatigue .
  • mystique Long-time sports information director Don Bryant credits much of Blackshirt mystique to Kelly, who was often heard yelling and exhorting the Blackshirts during practices and scrimmages.
  • sciatic Nerves 376 Lumbosacral Plexus 376 Femoral Nerve 377 Obturator Nerve 379 Sciatic Nerve 379 Peroneal Nerve 382 Tibial Nerve 384
  • toque The first thing that Desmond saw was the little toque with the brown stain on its flowered band lying on the table.
  • torque Fig. 77 is a part sectional view of the two motors; Fig. 78 an end view of the synchronizing motor; Fig. 79 an end view and part section of the torque or double-circuit motor; Fig. 80 a diagram of the circuit connections employed; and Figs.
  • Cit Spring-Garden now alone does all invite The Cit , the Wit, the Rake, the Fool, the Knight: No Lady, that can pawn her Coat or Gown, Will rest 'till she has laid the Money down: Each Clerk will to the Joints his Fingers work, And Counsellors find out some modern Querk, To raise the Guinea, and to see the Grot, And 'mongst the Belles to slant it at Ridolt.
  • Citing The question as to the propriety of granting divorces cannot now be settled by quoting passages of Scripture, or by appealing to creeds, or by citing the acts of legislatures or the decisions of courts.
  • Cities Or even as the child of a Paris tradesman he might have been happier than now, though the children of the tradesmen of capital cities seldom have a run in the fields, or gather violets in the fresh woods of April.
  • Tuque

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