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George layman left the house on February 22 1841 and was speared to death by Aboriginals.

The current line-up includes Jake Leger on drums and Corey layman on bass.

On March 29, 1911, 33 citizens led by John Mulkey and represented by their attorney Robert Hickman, presented a
Hojjatoleslam Khorsand was cited by "Etemad daily" as saying that "in cultural issues, a policy of tolerance and laxity is not acceptable." He blamed this laxity on the theology of divine grace preached by Augustine, among others.

The anti-religious education in the school system was accused of laxity.

That interpretation is and has done much to foster laxity, O, that can one see more of in our time than is necessary to produce evidence of without long and extensive research.

There is deep concern from the world-wide Anglican communion at the doctrinal and moral laxity in the Church of England.

Alonso might be able to play with the tear, but an exam by Eagles doctors showed laxity in the ligament, and he would be at risk for a total tear.

A promised inquiry never happened and a parliamentary committee criticised what it called the laxity and unresponsiveness of security services.

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel, who took office in October, has been outspoken against anti-Semitism and honest about laxity of previous governments.

Isn't this a sign of laxity on the part of AMISOM? It also raises new questions about the laxity of Turkey's border security, which has already been criticised by Western states for allowing jihadists in and out of Syria.

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