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St. Vital, a neighbourhood and a provincial electoral ri
Vital, Abbot of Savigny, accepted their offer, and s
te's degree at Cazenovia College and pursued a vital acting career that spanned theater, television
very keen to conserve their energy supplies to vital activities only.
st is stiffen into iron, is work of an endless vital activity."
t Warburton said it evoked "the East itself in vital actual reality" and it was instantly successfu
U.S. Navy type commands perform vital administrative, personnel, and operational tra
operations against Japanese positions, and was vital afterwards as a staging area.
Before 1937 Hemp (cannabis) was a vital agricultural commodity, used to make paper, fi
Smith was a vital aide to McLane in the design of the Astros' ba
The institute's authorities aver that their vital aims are to enhance knowledge and conservation
VITAL aims to restore the basic human rights to all
re about ‘Praana-vidyaa' - meaning, Prana, the Vital Air that constitutes the life-breath of a livi
blow to the Allies, since it deprived them of vital air cover.
ii and seven to the Southwest Pacific carrying vital aircraft, fighting men and munitions to be use
crossed the Euphrates in boats and seized the vital al-Kaed bridge across the Euphrates after Iraq
ut three decades the City Branch operates as a vital, albeit problematic, railroad serving a hugely
The wordplay symbolizes the Soviet Union, a vital ally of the Allied forces.
Vital also owns a large portfolio of real estate, va
Islands, 31 December, laden with 7,600 tons of vital ammunition.
The Indian Navy did not play a vital and integral role during the Indo-Pakistani Wa
The band soldiered on and remained a vital and viable creative entity until March, 2008,
of the Los Angeles Times called the film "raw, vital and captivating" whilst Wendy Ide of the Times
organizations like Divine Light Mission, Elan Vital and The Prem Rawat Foundation.
John William Kendrick played a vital and active role in the construction and formul
, that part which goes to the brain to keep it vital and functioning, becomes colder and wetter, an
s badly in need of capital, Engelhard played a vital and significant role in helping to bring it fr
SIMC prepares its trainees to perform a vital and challenging role as skilled communicators
lectual, economic, and political capability as vital and contributory to the global community, othe
tery (1112) the grants he had formerly made to Vital, and from then dates the foundation of the mon
rning The Soul of Brutes, Which is that of the Vital and Sensitive of Man.
rom the early 17th century, both mystic Hayyim Vital and rabbi Leon of Modena claim matter-of-factl
... [That album was] just something vital and personal.
aples' long and storied career is therefore as vital and relevant as today's headlines.
e German camp we should have made a mistake of vital and far-reaching importance".
He scored a vital and brilliantly taken try when Harlequins won
f the force in Bahrain is to "secure Bahrain's vital and strategically important military infrastru
d to be closely involved in the control of the vital and sexual potential.
The battle against anti-Semitism is vital and is undermined whenever opposition to Israe
For you I have spent my vital and animal spirits; I will spend my blood too.
bandleader, as this music still sounds fresh, vital, and full of grainy mystery".
nal act in Hitler's consolidation of power was vital and without Oskar von Hindenburg's earlier inf
to the study of such a historic importance was vital and what libraries were all about.
rprises and the cotton industry have been such vital and integral parts of his life that he is not
Harper scored a vital and spectacular winner at Chelsea during the t
this way, the stake of a classicist stance is vital, and critical ?
orhoods north of Hadley Street to protect this vital area from rampant, uncontrolled apartment cons
the square, but the entire island a less than vital area isolated from the rest of the city by the
ositions overlooking or surrounding the Danang vital area, comprising Danang City, Danang Air Base,
hich cracked the core of enemy resistance in a vital area.
e peace and protect American interests in this vital area.
unition magazines, machinery spaces, and other vital areas of the cruiser.
and block Soviet reinforcements from reaching vital areas of the German attack at the south end of
nothing" armor scheme, in which protection of vital areas was optimized against heavy caliber guns
and the Exchange's members are represented in vital areas of the Exchange's operations.
was reduced and maximum armour was limited to vital areas.
ghan tribal leader Hamid Karzai fought for the vital Arghandab town of Sayyd Alma Kalay.
of the bus, "where shrapnel could rip through vital arteries in the groin area," and detonated it.
ced the neck of its prey, possibly to stab the vital arteries or the jugular vein.
It is one of the city's most vital arteries, and, as such, is subjected to a lot
This bridge provided a vital artery for Allied troops flooding into souther
he upper Tennessee River, General Sherman lent vital artillery support to the forces of General Jam
as founded in 1994 to serve and celebrate this vital artistic community.
He often said, "Economic preparedness is as vital as military preparedness."
009 Rajoelina instead appointed Albert Camille Vital as Prime Minister.
conditions during membrane filtration are also vital, as they may affect fouling conditions during
t, however, had added a quick 23 that could be vital, as Australia went into the pavilion 17 runs b
11, in England's innings but these runs proved vital as they enabled the United XI to take a first
Morgan's contribution to this victory was vital as he performed on four of the six pieces and
or historic place of Maharashtra, and was very vital as one could keep watch of the entire South Ma
ount of butterfat in the finished product is a vital aspect of production.
d by Jerry Bryant in 1984, who today remains a vital aspect in the production and post-production o
tiring and admirable services rendered to this vital aspect of the game.
The vital aspects of the Brighton Park crossing is kept
The buses are a vital asset to the cartels because they often go wit
debut, coming on in the 58th minute, making a vital assist for England.
In addition he rendered vital assistance to the gun crew and displayed outst
lutionary War hero as French forces aided with vital assistance in the achievement of United States
of his friend Rudolf Ladenburg (1882-1952) and vital assistance of the Emergency Committee in Aid o
oin forces in order to overcome Nod's previous vital assistant in tactical decisions and their curr
This was particularly vital at a time when the UK needed to be less relian
orida Island; and Manus, Admiralties, bringing vital at-sea replenishment of fuel to the fast carri
y have excellent senses of smell and hearing - vital attributes in a crepuscular omnivore - they ha
Vital Attributes of the Species (with R. J. Hobbs an
uble situation with either the engine or other vital automobile parts.
, in being trained as an artist, his vivid and vital awareness visions were exquisite arrays of man
la pulled the score back level and more with a vital away goal, but five minutes from time, U's hea
Nadia's son, and that she's agreed to divulge vital bank code information that she's memorized in
on transport, insurance, and foreign trade as vital bases of the new economic system.
s out that capturing the young adult market is vital because "virtually all [smokers] start by the
d might feel they have permanently grasped the vital belt of the Orient.
provide a link on an important segment of the vital Beverly-Fairmont Turnpike between Beverly (Che
portant rights, but so is the right to conduct vital biomedical research or to support organisation
Vital Blue (Mainstream, 1971)
tial predators or deflecting attacks away from vital body parts.
Lewis Vital Bogy (April 9, 1813 - September 20, 1877) was
o new bone growth in an area where there is no vital bone, such as when implanted into muscle tissu
bone growth in an area where there is already vital bone.
is located in Southern California and owned by VitaL Brands LLC, with offices in Fullerton Californ
arties infiltrated around them to threaten the vital bridge over the Sittang.
hawali Kowt, but could not gain control over a vital bridge over the Arghandab River, the gateway t
roops of the 56th Division that had seized the vital bridge over the Sittang at 0700 and then attac
own behind Vichy lines, where they destroyed a vital bridge and were recovered by aircraft.
The RAF was ordered to demolish this vital bridge, and five Fairey Battle bombers were de
and gallant leadership in taking and holding a vital bridgehead over the Moro River" with his Sherm
prepare for the Normandy invasion by striking vital bridges in France.
ising paid off later, providing the campaign a vital buffer to keep buying television time as attac
Vital Bulyga (Belarusian: Віталь Булыга; Russian: Ви
w prohibiting work on Sundays except for truly vital businesses and industry;
t freedom and assure national security remains vital but vastly more complicated in the Internet er
Pusan was vital but only lightly defended and if it had fallen
roops and under sustained fire took and held a vital but isolated position.
From 25 November-10 December, she screened the vital but vulnerable tankers supporting air strikes
NDP's nomination for a 1971 by-election in St. Vital, but lost to Jim Walding.
y Render in the central Winnipeg riding of St. Vital by 5218 votes to 3699.
been denied passage through the strategically vital canal and will be forced to take a long detour
28 July 1917, she guarded the entrance to the vital canal.
riving there on 1 May with transports carrying vital cargo for the operations in the Mediterranean
Assigned to carry her vital cargos to the Pacific, she put into Norfolk, w
was to retain possession of the strategically vital castles of Bamburgh and Newcastle, and Prince
Pearl speculated that lifespan was limited by vital cell components that were depleted or damaged
luding ion carriers and ion channels, to drive vital cellular processes, such as ATP synthesis.
ntroduction to the Transaction Edition" of The Vital Center (page xiii, 1998 edition)
ts are related to what is sometimes called the Vital Center in American politics and similarly clai
Rouge will resume its traditional role as the vital center of the Parish and the active Capitol of
sapeake Bay, protecting the approaches to that vital center of Allied naval power.
Uniting America: Restoring the Vital Center to American Democracy (The Future of Am
Arthur Schlesinger, "It's My Vital Center", Slate magazine
In Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.'s book The Vital Center, he applied the term to modern liberali
that middle of the road is definitely not the vital center.
The middle of the road is definitely not the vital center: it is the dead center.
hoice, the Tuam maestro won more votes for the vital centre half forward position than any player f
n holding off a British attempt to interdict a vital cereal convoy from the United States on the Fi
nno minutes earlier with Chidori Senbon at his vital chakra points to cut off his chakra flow.
rom the time of Edward VI on, many of the most vital changes in ecclesiastical discipline were adop
St. Vital Church, built in 1919, is located on the "beau
Campos has embraced the opportunity to improve vital city services that have enhanced the quality o
mise to confer with Heinrici before destroying vital city infrastructure.
en. Don Carlos Buell subsequently captured the vital city of Nashville, Tennessee.
The shade structure is envisioned as a vital civic space surrounded by ethnic restaurants,
otion to the Premier League including making a vital clearance in the final win of the season, 3-2
Vital Cliche was a politician Quebec, Canada and a M
with great distinction, including leading the vital closing of the gates, with his sergeant, James
gives the DigiDestined what turns out to be a vital clue about Lucemon Shadow Lord Mode.
Koch argues that the Gwen Ystrad poem offers a vital clue for an understanding of the sixth-century
ocating the place, 'Darukavana' remains as the vital clue.
rs have determined the mass and radius, giving vital clues about its structure.
Islands, and another nationalist threat to the vital coastal sea lines of communication was elimina
tection she provided made it possible for this vital coastwise and Caribbean traffic to continue de
rcraft's cockpit, allowing the pilot to access vital cockpit functions and fly the aircraft without
n and financing of the NFL's Dallas Cowboys, a vital cog of "an industry that occupies an important
Jerry Krause acquired two players who would be vital cogs in Chicago's future championship machine.
It is also included in Oh What A Feeling: A Vital Collection of Canadian Music (MCA Records, 199
hes had unfairly made no mention of Colborne's vital command, and the 52nd's "daring feat".
It and its predecessors were a vital commercial and passenger linkage between Phila
ph cables provided the port of Cienfuegos with vital communications, the cruisers USS Marblehead an
e, impetuous, and had not taken proper heed of vital communications.
only 130 votes, as the result of receiving 93 vital communist party preferences.
so helps enable rural Ontario to build strong, vital communities with diversified economies and hea
ghborhood had transformed into an economically vital community.
- Brazoria, San Bernard and Big Boggy - form a vital complex of coastal wetlands harboring more tha
- Brazoria, San Bernard and Big Boggy - form a vital complex of coastal wetlands harboring more tha
h and vibrant baker's dozen of selections... a vital component in any jazz enthusiasts' collection"
A vital component of any accelerator are the diagnosti
It is a vital component of Route 1.
Field Intelligence Support Teams (FIST) are a vital component of the Coast Guard's Ports, Waterway
ome bacteriophage, an RNA (pRNA) molecule is a vital component of this motor.
served as an important source of saltpeter, a vital component of gunpowder.
Being popular enough to be re-elected is a vital component of the game (re-elections can be dis
The white box system consists of all vital components for monitoring and controlling the
flexibility, and communication are some of the vital components that are encouraged and cultivated
ery" of Marines and transport helicopters were vital components of the United States' amphibious wa
roduction immediately after World War II, many vital components had still to be made by various sub
ed in order to consult with him on a matter of vital concern for the Jewish people.
Hebei, Shanxi, Chahar, and Suiyuan) it made no vital concessions, the Chinese government still rema
y has called Redeemer "one of Manhattan's most vital congregations."
rently from Tirtschke's head, which provided a vital connection between Ross and the murder.
BART Station, but budget cuts eliminated this vital connection.
The Trust has achieved these aims by funding vital conservation work, research projects and educa
d's largest producer of direct-reduced iron, a vital constituent of the steel industry.
executive skill, and he was able to select the vital constituents of a scene and depict even the le
photographs of Sydney, Australia, represent a vital continuation of documentary street photography
not realise such big projects they assist with vital continued clearance of gorse and birch from th
on Labour in the Assembly as well as making a vital contribution in promoting a positive policy ag
e as a platform for the Sea Harrier and made a vital contribution to the winning of the Falklands W
s season in the top flight, he made an equally vital contribution with the only goal in a 1-0 victo
the play-offs against Cardiff City and made a vital contribution.
At that time, in recognition of his vital contributions to the outcome of World War II,
bits and pieces player to someone who can make vital contributions with both the bat and ball.
ston, South Carolina and quickly occupied four vital courthouse towns: Camden, Cheraw, Georgetown,
The Kennel Club's so called vital criteria of "fit for function" is normally app
Leven then made raids on Chester-le-Street, a vital crossing point of the River Wear and crucial t
Being in such a vital crossing point on the Thames, Streatley has be
The area surrounding King and Story is a vital cultural hub for the rapidly expanding East Sa
She also performed this vital dangerous duty in Sasebo harbor and in the Sou
Since the strategically vital Danubian provinces were economically impoveris
The protocol can be used to retrieve vital data from patient monitors, such as ECG, blood
The congress at Sivas took a number of vital decisions which were fundamentally to shape th
ccording to him, "Metal is the most energetic, vital, deep and true musical language that I know."
lan was, in the circumstances of the time, its vital defect".
                                                                                                   


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