Hilbery interposed, and Cousin Caroline thereupon protested with some further plan involving
sacrifice of herself.
She could not reconcile the anxieties of a spiritual life involving
eternal consequences, with a keen interest in gimp and artificial protrusions of drapery.
True, he had not even hinted at the enormity of the plot in which he was involving
the old woman, but, as she had said, his stern commands for secrecy had told enough to arouse her suspicions, and with them her curiosity and cupidity.
By what means the news that there had been a quarrel between the two young men overnight, involving
even some kind of onslaught by Mr.
As things stand as of press time, no RHIO has yet incorporated regular, active data exchange involving
nursing homes, according to Clement J.
Abusive tax transactions involving
exempt organizations are especially troubling because nonprofits, particularly charities, are seen as doing social good and relieving the burden of government.
These areas are: (a) using a multi-systemic approach to consultation; (b) actively involving
parents, and (c) considering and incorporating cultural and language factors in the process and content of consultation.
Lauer found herself embroiled in a saga straight from a big screen blockbuster involving
an FBI sting, money laundering and tabloid headlines.
In order to gain the protection of the BJR, the transaction in question must be a business decision involving
the corporation's lawful business.
It is the agency's duty to fully investigate every incident involving
the use of deadly force.
The youth court caseload has been falling gradually since 1991/92, primarily due to the steady drop in the number of cases involving
crimes against property.
This is a study of roughly 350 cases involving
sexual misconduct from the province of Vizcaya, one of the Basque provinces of northern Spain.
The Karapandzic technique involves the creation of circumoral incisions involving
the nasolabial and mental creases (figure 2).
It was from a member who noted that TEI had recently filed amicus briefs in two cases--both reprinted in this issue--and expressed disappointment that the Institute had decline to file a brief in a case involving
government; also hears appeals in patent-rights cases and cases involving