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Fawning accounts describe his minuet prowess alongside his exploits in defeating the British.
More surprisingly, the technology can protect the lives of poachers as well by preventing them from engaging in illegal exploits, Loucks says.
The story centers on a journalist’s exploits as he travels to lush Snaktooth Island to interview a potentially specious explorer and leader.
We can follow along — Devito chronicled his exploits as “The Great American Winery Stroopwaffle” on YouTube channel and his blog.
Despite my discomfort, I imagined that getting out of the bag to find socks would be a far graver exploit.
These were afterwards joined by agents of the Chartered Company which exploited the pearl fisheries of the Mosquito coast.
He was merciful toward erring women, but was unsparing toward every one who exploited them for gain.
I can fully sympathise with their present desire for seclusion and their eagerness not to be exploited by foreigners.
MOUNT EVEREST THE RECONNAISSANCE, 1921CHARLES KENNETH HOWARD-BURY
Formamint Tablets are widely advertised and extravagantly exploited to the laity in Great Britain.
Like all patent medicines, Sanatogen is exploited by the testimonial route.

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