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Mazzardi and Maffioli 1993, p. 18. The F-4F ICE program offered a reasonably inexpensive and capable aircraft for the interceptor role, albeit with limitations.

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This "theatre of an hour" had great success and zarzuela composers took to the new formula with alacrity.

The aircraft came back to HMS Alacrity with serious damage from small arms fire.

Yet this government never of itself furthered any enterprise, but by the alacrity with which it got out of its way.

I keep four horses: one for myself, three for pals, so as not to feel dull while ranging the fields alone: they take my horses with alacrity, and never ride with me. It was already six in the evening, when I remembered that it was time to dine.

Without ever quite commanding her numbers she acted well with her voice and trod with alacrity the narrow dividing line between butch and tomboy.

His foresight he had shown in storing up a supply at Balaklava, but his want of alacrity he displayed in not issuing it. Again and again did Lord Raglan press him to commence the issue of fuel.

All the moments of how many days when her compassion failed, her patience failed, when her love for God's people could not outrun the girlish alacrity of her scorn for their stupidity, their petty sins.

A president comes along who makes the traditional American case with a bit more alacrity, and all of a sudden the sky is falling.

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