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However, after that nothing palpable was done by the government for the proper reclamation of these salt water lakes until the British left India.

This is often loosely defined as an obvious mistake, but whether a "palpable error" in fact has been made is often the sole discretion of

The Ulysses mosaic is a work inspired by the Odyssey : the greek hero is seen standing on a boat that is decorated with a human head and a palm branch and that has two sails and a battering ram.

The device runs palm OS 4.1., and like other palm OS devices, has a virtual keyboard and touch-sensitive screen with handwriting recognition, giving the Wrist PDA an advantage on the joystick input on the onHand PC.

The palm Sunday Massacre was one noteworthy mission by the P-40 and Spitfire groups.

Bulky gauntlets housed more powerful repulsors on top of the wrist instead of in the palm of the hand.

Polo and Equestrian - palm Beach Polo and Country Club counts 7 polo fields among its world-class facilities and many high-goal games are played in the area.

The crowds threw palm branches in his path in jubilation, and even the children shouted praises to Him.

Young couples and singles, and especially of the gay and lesbian community (same-sex couples), are drawn to the city because of its proximity to palm Springs and the large availability of apartment units.

He warns Kenneth that the power of the Star Brand is enormous, powerful enough that he could wipe out all life in Asia: "That thing in your palm makes you a walking doomsday machine.

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