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Despite the Union victory, President Lincoln was disturbed by Jackson's audacity and his potential threat to Washington.

Incidents Shooting threat On May 3rd, 2007, a shooting threat against the school was discovered.

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Ave dei patris is simply a series of threadbare compliments to the Virgin, ending with a request for her intercession.

Chapter 9. Social capital and the social fabric by Michael Johnston and Roger Jowell A threadbare social fabric? Built from wry humor, scintillating detail, and the florid mind of one of the most fully realized protagonists in recent literature, The Signature of All Things is anything but threadbare.

But for that vast majority who might still be considering these candidates--or have yet to learn that they are even running for president--these early-round stumbles and threadbare answers should be welcomed.

But inside, the carpets are threadbare and window frames are rusting, symbolic of the decay that has befallen NNPC over the years.

He also likes to wear long, flowing skirts over his pants, because they make him look as different as possible from the threadbare image he believes most people have of a poet.

He is careworn and threadbare, banal and hollow, holding nobody's enduring loyalty.

Injuries and suspensions mean Paris' backline is threadbare for Guingamp's arrival and their top marksman Claudio Beauvue will be interested to hear that midfielder Thiago Motta might be drafted into central defense.

In some spots, it's so threadbare, the underlying mat pokes through," she says.

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