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great divide

n. a divorce. How did Sam survive the great divide?
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It denitely will sound different to Great Divide but will sound like our band, like every record has.
Release date- 18072011 - Calgary, Alberta - Connacher Oil and Gas Limited (CLL-TSX) announced today that it has initiated the injection of solvent with steam on wells 203-2 and 203-3 on Algar Pad 203, two of seven horizontal steam-assisted gravity drainage well pairs on one of three wellpads at the company's bbl/d Algar bitumen production operation at Great Divide in Alberta's oil sands.
We can go down to Joe's Liquors, meet Joe, invite him to Great Divide and show him what a great product we make," Baltzell says.
Connacher Oil and Gas Limited (TSX: CLL), a Canada-based company that explores, produces, refines and markets oil and gas, has announced a production update from the Great Divide Pod One bitumen production facility (Pod One) located in the Great Divide region of Alberta, Canada.
Conceptualized by Patrick Zay, Tyesha Freeman, Heather Cryan and Elena Carey, the Great Divide would be marketed to young urban professionals in small apartments, families with children who share a bedroom, and others.
I know she'll be greeted with warm nickers when she reaches the other side of the Great Divide.
She still knows how to pluck heartstrings with beautiful melodies, especially on a song like "The Great Divide," and she offers an equal dollop of hope ("Joy") to balance out her well-aimed raps on today's deadliest lies and sins.
It stands as the great divide between the old and the new Catholicism.
Yet others see the great divide as between the rich 'North' and the poor 'South'.
In his book, The Quiet Crisis, Peter Smith doesn't mince words when he says that "America is becoming a two-class society, and the great divide between the classes is education.
Yalnizyan also stresses "this slide to the bottom is creating a great divide in this country--a divide made more intractable over the 1990's, as the odds of crossing over to greater affluence or making it to the middle becomes a longer shot.
So, while I agree to Gorman's premise that public funds should come with public accountability, I know from experience that there is a great divide between what voucher supporters should do and what they will do.
Jim True dabbles with the great divide when he experiences an out-of- body episode - which then starts to happen again more and more.
Lewis's The Great Divorce, which discusses the great divide between good and evil, Heaven and Hell.
There's no ready explanation for this great divide among galaxies, says Alex S.