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I'Ll Do Anything

By: Chrystal Kincaid

...ome colored contacts and a ten-dollar bottle of hair dye. The ass thing is negotiable.” “Only if you’re a natural blonde, honey!” Paige dodged out... ...e. We’ll do the rest.” Outwardly, Julia remained detached, an unemotional instrument of the law as she ignored the pitiful whimpers coming from Do...

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What Your Bank Doesn't Want You to Know : About Where to Invest Your Money

By: Lillian R. Villanova

... transactions must usually be signed and in writing. Defective Title Title to a negotiable instrument obtained by fraud. Title to real property whi... ...ns must usually be signed and in writing. Defective Title Title to a negotiable instrument obtained by fraud. Title to real property which lacks so... ...n investing in real estate in a group, with certain tax advantages. Release An instrument releasing property from the lien of the mortgage, judgme... ...and enforced under the laws of the State of _______________________. 10.08 Other Instruments. The parties hereto covenant and agree that they will e... ...ies hereto covenant and agree that they will execute each such other and further instruments and documents as are or may become reasonably necessary... ... and enforced under the laws of the State of _______________________. 19. OTHER INSTRUMENTS. The parties hereto covenant and agree that they will e...

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Narcissism Book of Quotes

By: Sam Vaknin

...ce, harass, communicate and otherwise manipulate his target. He controls these unaware instruments exactly as he plans to control his ultimate prey... ...Supply – Sam Vaknin http://samvak.tripod.com/faq28.html "Sex for the narcissist is an instrument designed to increase the number of Sources of Nar... ...ises people to buttress his self-image and self-worth. As long and as much as they are instrumental in achieving these goals – he holds them in high... ...ity to love humans: he lacks empathy, he thinks utility, and he reduces others to mere instruments. If they cease to 'function', if – no matter how ... ... Vaknin http://samvak.tripod.com/faq56.html "To the narcissist, other humans are mere instruments, Sources of Narcissistic Supply. He sees no reas... ... – Sam Vaknin http://samvak.tripod.com/abusefamily6.html "Personal boundaries are not negotiable, neither can they be determined from the outside....

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Aesthetics

By: Florentin Smaradanche

...ty, a metatextual inventiveness, a cultural emancipation - that became an instrumentation of the art without whatever coercion. through all that, po... ...nsidered, within limits, as an exacerbated extension of postmodernism, an instrumentation of a code of the optional infinity. The modernist- postmode... ...tead of the subtlety, the clear refusal of compromises. Paradoxism, as an instrumentation of postmodernism, is qualified “a space of the exacerbated... ...n the international deposit of the literary facts and the bibliographical instruments of a worldly interest. This is a reality and honesty obliges t... ...of a comedy of the writing, in which the parodistic symptoms, used as an instrument by the paradoxist, finds for itself an excellent adaptation. * ... ... from the Balkan century-old dowry into the American civilization (all is negotiable, all is disputable, nothing is indisputable, all is compatible, ...

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The Labor Divide

By: Sam Vaknin

...ment in the long run (the effect of taxation). In the absence of monetary instruments such as devaluation (due to the EMU), the only remedy seems to... ...) and the employee pays 8% to the Health Fund. Numerous laws and legal instruments govern employment and unemployment in Macedonia. Among them: ... ...nd vague law. The collective agreements, the second most important legal instruments, are as general and, in any case, they pertain mainly if not s... ...ountries of origin, and transit countries. In the absence of such a legal instrument, resentment among poorer nations is likely to grow even as the ... ... crisis. They will prefer to manufacture in places where labour costs are negotiable and low. Where trade unions have been abolished (Britain and th...

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Empire and Wars

By: Sam Vaknin

...tan's thumb, and never was. I think the ISI first saw the Taliban as a potential instrument. Then it saw it as a threat that had to be infiltrate... ...million. But Europe's emphasis on trade and regional integration as foreign policy instruments in the Mediterranean is largely impracticable. Ameri... ...ion, in 1965, it built North Korea's infamous Yongbyon facilities. Russia was also instrumental in convincing the North to agree to reactivate a ra... ...rre". Iraq's debt to Russia - some "well verified and grounded" $8 billion - is not negotiable. Contradicting his own contradiction, he then added ... ... only partially subsumed in the tradition (i.e., in treaties, conventions and other instruments, as well in the actual conduct of states). The most...

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Terrorists and Freedom Fighters

By: Sam Vaknin

...lbania had a growing say in the affairs of the KLA as it recomposed itself - it was instrumental in summoning the KLA to Rambouillet, for instance. ... ...t with the reputation and clout of the PPDK's local dignitaries. This coveted and negotiable access to Western structures of government bears some... ..., in a curious transformation or a cognitive dissonance, the Turks became a divine instrument, the wrathful messengers of God. The Christians of t...

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Facino Cane

By: Honoré de Balzac

... time or tune. His fingers traveled mechanically over the worn keys of his instrument; he did not trouble himself over a false note now and again (a c... ...est in bottles and glasses; at the end of a country-dance, they hung their instruments from a button on their reddish-colored coats, and stretched out... ...y diamonds in London or Amsterdam, and held the value of my gold dust in a negotiable shape. For five years I hid myself in Madrid, then in 1770 I cam...

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Around the World in 80 Days

By: Jules Verne

... it now seemed like a distant concert of human voices accompanied by brass instruments. Passepartout was all eyes and ears. Mr. Fogg patiently waited ... ...n which they were wholly concealed. The discordant tones of the voices and instruments drew 50 Around the World in 80 Days nearer, and now droning so... ...ing fakirs, whose cries 51 Jules Verne sometimes drowned the noise of the instruments; these closed the procession. Sir Francis watched the processio... ...ble Mr. Batulcar, was to commence at three o’clock, and soon the deafening instruments of a Japanese orchestra resounded at the door. Passepartout, th... ...n. Thus was celebrated the inauguration of this great rail- road, a mighty instrument of progress and civilisation, thrown across the desert, and dest... ...ed their interest, as if by magic; the “Phileas Fogg bonds” again be- came negotiable, and many new wagers were made. Phileas Fogg’s name was once mor...

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The World Set Free

By: H. G. Wells

...such engines even had they thought of them. For a time they could not make instruments sound enough to stand this new force even for so rough a purpos... ...ithout overweighting the machine, and men found themselves possessed of an instrument of flight that 31 H G Wells could hover or ascend or descend ve... ...nd in this atmosphere of moral renascence, there was little attempt to get negotiable advantages out of resistance to the new order. Human beings are ... ... apartments, were the spotless research benches, the operating tables, the instruments of brass, and fine glass and platinum and gold. Men and women c...

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A Modern Utopia

By: H. G. Wells

...we are in mountain-soiled tweeds and with no money but British bank- notes negotiable only at a practically infinite distance, this must needs be a re... ... abolished from ideal society as though it were the cause in- stead of the instrument of human baseness; but, indeed, there is nothing bad in gold. Ma... ... Under modern conditions—in- deed, under any conditions—a man without some negotiable property is a man without freedom, and the extent of his propert... ...then the affections and endearments most certainly must not be regarded as negotiable commodities. The State, therefore, will absolutely ignore the di... ...s in the very constitution of man’s mind. It is part of the defect of that instrument. We may watch against it and pre- vent it doing any great injust... ...OF SCEPTICISM OF SCEPTICISM OF THE INSTR THE INSTR THE INSTR THE INSTR THE INSTRUMENT UMENT UMENT UMENT UMENT A Portion of a Paper read to the Oxford ... ...hought. I have now to tell you of another aspect of this scepticism of the instrument which concerns negative terms. Classes in logic are not only rep... ...me in, in its most allur- ing guise, is in the case of negative terms. Our instrument of knowledge persists in handling even such openly negative term...

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David Copperfield Volume Two

By: Charles Dickens

... given me a faithful account of herself, and that we had both been hapless instruments in designing hands. She thanked me, and said I was a good fello... ...emember the cravat I bought. My boots might be placed in any collection of instruments of torture. I provided, and sent down by the Norwood coach the ... ... to be married years before me, Copperfield. Does your Sophy play on any instrument, Traddles? I inquired, in the pride of my heart. She knows eno... ...s waistcoat, and was not so well concealed but that a foot or more of that instrument protruded from his bosom, like a new kind of shirt-frill. As it ... ... never advanced by him, and has long been replaced. The signatures to this instrument purporting to be executed by Mr. W. and attested by Wilkins Mica... ...e had a devilish deal too much to do with them ever since because they are negotiable. But if a Bond, or any other description of security, would be p...

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House of Mirth

By: Edith Wharton

...isher was small, fiery and dramatic; and her hands and eyes were admirable instruments in the service of whatever causes he happened to espouse. She h... ...s and a little wave in his hair. Mr. Melson, who was possessed of no other negotiable securities, had hastened to employ these in capturing the eldest... ...stomed her; and she re- joiced in the thought that she had been the humble instrument of this renewal. Now she had an answer to all criticisms of Lily... ...of the lawyer’s answer—something about a sud- den summons, and an “earlier instrument.” Then the tide of dispersal began to drift past her; Mrs. Jack ...

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The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby

By: Charles Dickens

... upon neglected or repudiated chil- dren, these schools have been the main instruments, very far exceeding any that appear in these pages.” This compr... ... Golden Square, or within a street of it. T wo or three violins and a wind instrument from the Opera band reside within its precincts. Its boarding-ho... ...oes far and wide with one of the most extraor- dinary performances on that instrument ever heard by mortal ears. It had its effect, however, not only ... ... amiable partner) with a coun- tenance of portentous import, and a fearful instrument of flagellation, strong, supple, wax-ended, and new,—in short, ... ... wild beast, spat upon him, and struck him a blow across the face with his instrument of torture, which raised up a bar of livid flesh as it was infli... ... his own, which to be sure everybody supposed to be a good one, and was as negotiable as money, but which turned out you know how. Just as we should h...

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The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby

By: Charles Dickens

... space. Except the clock, there was not such an accurate and unimpeachable instrument in existence as the little thermometer which hung behind the doo... ...ing a smart 91 Charles Dickens shower of blows, with the ribs of the same instrument, upon his head and shoulders. ‘I never threshed a boy in a hackn... ... of softening. T o do the excellent Miss Knag justice, she had been mainly instrumental in bringing about this altered state of things, for, finding b... ...ry pain and sorrow into that innocent breast, which we would be the humble instruments of gradu- ally making happy. He took an extraordinary interest ... ... his own, which to be sure everybody supposed to be a good one, and was as negotiable as money, but which turned out you know how. Just as we should h... ... for it, one day, in some shape or other. So long as he had been a passive instrument in his hands, Sir Mulberry had regarded him with no other feelin...

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The 9/11 Commission Report Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States

By: Thomas H. Kean

...s of the twentieth century must work together in new ways, so that all the instruments of national power can be combined. Congress needs dramatic chan... ...y.The strategy operated on the fundamental assumption that hijackers issue negotiable demands (most often for asylum or the release of pris- oners) an... ... directive as the embodiment of a comprehensive new strategy employing all instruments of national power to eliminate the al Qaeda threat. Clarke, how... ...g their training flights. In early October, they took the Stage I exam for instruments rating at Jones Aviation and failed. V ery upset, they said the... ...ith their training.Atta and Shehhi finished up at Huffman and earned their instrument certificates from the FAA in November. In mid-December 2000, the... ...ed in Russia and other countries of the Soviet Union.The government’s main instrument in this area, the Cooperative Threat Reduction Program (usually ... ... hawala, at least in the “pure” form, transfers value without the use of a negotiable instrument or other commonly recognized method for the exchange ...

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The Golden Bowl

By: Henry James

...fect working of all her main attach ments, that of some wonderful finished instrument, something intently made for exhibition, for a prize. He knew ab... ...es, and followed, without the oppression of a later contingent, by a brief instrumental concert, over the preparation of which, the Prince knew, Maggi... ...bject of price of the emigre, the jewel wrapped in a piece of old silk and negotiable some day in the market of misery. This imagined service to the w...

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