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THE exchange of the customary greetings card has been happening all month and the guaranteed certainty is that at least one card received will depict the robin, belonging to the thrush family.
It's a heartbreaking mixed message
in states where LGBT people still list their top concern as "personal safety.
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and the pair ran on strongly to nail Dream Vale close home as the runner-up appeared to be done no favours by the jockeyless Grand Jipeck.
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At that time when I heard what had happened, of course I was disappointed that it had come out as a mixed message
, but in the end I was just going by what I was told by our hierarchy, that was the case with him," he was quoted, as saying.
Trouble is the unflinchingly lightweight backing, which positively defines the word twee, along with unabashed by-the-numbers fillers like single Love Can Move Mountains, ensures a mixed message
Some adults are concerned that providing teens with information about abstinence and contraception sends a mixed message
that encourages them to have sex, but most adults (51%) and more than two-thirds of teens (68%) disagree, according to a recent survey.
When a food that digests easily and quickly (such as fruit) stays in the stomach while other, heavier foods (such as grains and carbohydrates) finish their "cooking" process, a mixed message
is sent to the internal organs, disrupting the digestive fire (or agni) and creating toxins (or ama).
The Tax Court's application of the economic-outlay rule to determine whether a taxpayer is entitled to increase his or her S stock basis sends a mixed message
and is somewhat inconsistent with previous guidance.
This inconsistency will send a mixed message
to target audiences.
27 remarks, however, Towey, who heads the Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, gave the Washington gathering a mixed message
about how the "partnership" between religion and government would work.
When, in 1967, the catholic church of the man Rite instituted a program authorizing the ordination of married men to the diaconate, it sent a mixed message
to the bishops, priests, religious, and lay members of the church.