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Reagan argued that the Soviet Union was in deep economic crisis and stated that the Soviet Union "runs against the tide of history by denying human freedom and human dignity to its citizens." On November 3, 1920, Morgan Blake of the Atlanta journal wrote a story about school nicknames and
dignitary or noble or significant academic with some tie to the university or local area.

Apart from these human characters, there are also several Selenite characters such as the Supreme Moon Ruler, the High dignitary, Scurvy, Scruple, and the exiles.

In the early days, essays (sometimes amusing) were delivered by the graduates on Commencement day, with musical interludes by the students; a dignitary gave the keynote address.

Heavy arms: gun salutes A cannon on a naval vessel's deck fired during the arrival of a dignitary.

For this purpose he directed his grand emissary in Yemen, to establish the institution of the vicegerent of the Imam which dignitary was to function as the sole deputy of the Imams in seclusion, exercising all their powers to the fullest extent.

The presiding dignitary stopped him from reading the article and ordered him to leave the rostrum.

This, no doubt, implies use by a dignitary, but it does not prove that it was as yet regarded as a sacred vestment.

The ground was donated by local dignitary gerard Buxton for sporting activities within the town.

Mila is collected by a dignitary of the Sphere who sees her promise as a Sejin.

The two sons of another Mohan dignitary, Maya Das were made commanders of the royal army.

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