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Correct spelling for ECELLENCE
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Possible correct spellings for ecellence
Furthermore, ghanem(1997) demonstrated that the certain attributes agendas in the news with low psychological distance, drove compelling arguments for the salience of public agenda.
71. no excellence without labor william wirt.
Nance was counting on that small sum to finish payment on her spring suit, but in the face of imminent affluence she could ill afford to be niggardly.
Iris observed that act of insolence; her colour rose, her eyes glittered.
This warfare is the result of the laws of nature, of principles in their very blood and essence; all is connected; all is necessary.
Pure science No body Pure essence And the sun wants a place in the sky– Armed and Stupid by meat puppets
By this term we mean the percentage of the total strength of the material which it can exert continuously without losing its resilience, i. e., its power to resume its former shape and position when stress is removed.
Crashaw seems in his poems to have given the first ebullience of his imagination, unshapen into form, or much of, what we now term, sweetness.
Sir john was the first to break the silence.
All his veins, that were murdered and lacerated, healed softly as life came pulsing in, stealing invisibly in to him as if it were the all-powerful effluence of the sun. his blood, which seemed to have been drawn back into death, came ebbing on the return, surely, beautifully, powerfully.
The whole opulence of an indian court was unfolded at the maharajah's banquet.