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LET claimed responsibility for the 2008 Mumbai attacks that killed 163.
let this stillness be perfect and let us be still to please him
I found Let Me In lacking the eerie edginess of Let The Right One In, found the gore pointless and unnecessary and kept wondering why try to better what was such an original and thought-provoking movie first time round?
For this reason, if you''re given consent to let you may be able to stay on your existing mortgage deal and pay interest at your current rate.
Let this path diverge unto my ruin, and beat me down.
let go 1 : to relax or release a grip <Please let go of my arm.
Let me tell you that the best minds of my generation have been
Let the west wind blow away small and despised worries.
Glue trinket to the inside of the jar lid, and let dry completely.
Chesterton proclaimed: "By all means let us reform the system; but let us try to procure a few reformed people to reform it.
Let us all rejoice in the Lord and keep festival in honor of Ralph.
Let the light of late afternoon shine though chinks in the barn, moving up the bales as the sun moves down.
What awaits kids at camp is the opportunity to relax, have fun, let their creative juices flow and experience the spontaneous joys of childhood.
Protons have a low LET, so scientists expected them to behave as X rays do in their DNA-damaging capability, notes Sutherland.
Cover bowl with plastic wrap and let sponge rise until it is very puffy, about 30 minutes.