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Ace printed the first paperback edition and caused such a furor that Tolkien rewrote the books enough to get a new copyright, then sold them to Ballantine.

Second Reagan endorsement The Teamsters had endorsed Ronald Reagan for president in 1980, creating a furor within the

Only a part of them were armed in peacetime, the majority being on furlough and following their callings.

The men earned two days of furlough for each month of service.

Miss Stahl was in charge of the school as Miss Knowles was granted a furlough.

Joining the unit on 6 May, he once again underwent an eight-day furlough in a military hospital later in the month.

The second Texas Navy harassed the Mexicans from the Rio Grande to Yucatan for three years, and dominated the Mexican fleet which was largely commanded by mercenary officers on furlough from Britain's Royal Navy.

2009: Move to India Bottomline, Brenda's boss, orders her to take a furlough - an unpaid leave.

Officers of the division supervise adult offenders who are released to the community on probation, parole, diminution of sentence, or medical furlough.

That year, I went on furlough and Dr. Leuring, a prodigy in languages, speaking ten living languages and able to read another dozen, took my place.

His unit never went overseas, and Mix later failed to return for duty after an extended furlough when he married Grace I. Allin on July 18, 1902. Mix was listed as AWOL on November 4, 1902 but was never court martialed nor apparently even discharged.

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