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He stays wheelchair bound for six years while waiting for an opportune time to put his plans into motion once again.

This post-Eucharistic gathering is often called "fellowship hour" or "coffee hour" and is regarded by many clergy as a particularly opportune time for engaging adults in
Sally J. The Monstrous Feminine.

She did opine that Stidham had only one enemy, Schwartz.

Vaudequin-Dransart V, Petit A, Chilton WS, Dessaux Y. 1998. The cryptic plasmid of Agrobacterium tumefaciens cointegrates with the Ti plasmid and cooperates for opine degradation.

The specific type of opine produced by A. tumefaciens C58 infected plants is nopaline (Escobar et al., 2003).

They opine that Tipu was responsible for mass conversions of Christians and Hindus in these regions, either by force or by offering them tax incentives and revenue benefits to convert.

All of which makes him fully qualified to opine on the issue at hand, right? Before you opine you would do well to actually bone up on the actual research before showing the world that you really don't have a clue about which you talk.

Both decline to opine on the specifics of the garner grand jury investigation, noting they don't know its secrets.

Brecht wrote the play on the eve of World War II, but to avoid censorship set the play during the 1600s, able then to opine on current affairs using long ago history.

City officials, state leader opine over best ways to..

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