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  • …and that his own political career, which already held promise of the Vice Presidential nomination, would be at least temporarily halted, John Tyler courageously followed his conscience and wrote the legislature these memorable words: I cannot and will not permit myself to remain in the Senate for a moment beyond the time that the accredited organs [of] the people of Virginia shall instruct me that my services are no longer acceptable…… [But] I dare not touch the Journal of the Senate.†   (source)
  • He explained that when a college lost its accreditation, nobody came and shut down the school.†   (source)
  • Students got the same education they would if the school didn't lose its accreditation.†   (source)
  • Two kills and a kidnapping, Baader accreditation.†   (source)
  • Two kills and a kidnapping, Baader accreditation.†   (source)
  • Nowhere does the press release mention, for example, that the E. coli 0157:H7 in IBP's ground beef was first detected not by one of the firm's own accredited laboratories, not by employees at the Geneseo, Illinois, IBP plant where the meat was produced, not by USDA inspectors — but by investigators from the Arkansas Department of Health, who found the pathogen in a package of IBP ground beef at Tiger Harry's restaurant in El Dorado, Arkansas.†   (source)
  • Phaedrus said the same confusion existed about the University and that was why loss of accreditation was hard to understand.†   (source)
  • Phaedrus pondered this for a while, then realized the enormity of the student's misconception of what accreditation was all about.†   (source)
  • Phaedrus had given up, was exchanging letters with the Northwest Regional Accrediting Association to see if they could help prevent these violations of accreditation requirements.†   (source)
  • Phaedrus had given up, was exchanging letters with the Northwest Regional Accrediting Association to see if they could help prevent these violations of accreditation requirements.†   (source)
  • " BY ESTABLISHED DIPLOMATIC FORM, no emissary ever proclaimed his mission —his "public character"—until the government to which he was accredited was ready to receive him.†   (source)
  • We got notice today of a site visit soon from the people who accredit our residency training program.†   (source)
  • Divided accreditation-Khomeini and PLO.†   (source)
  • Little could have delighted Adams more than the chance to show her the country that meant so much to him, where success had been his, where, as they both appreciated, he had helped change the course of history, and where he was still the accredited American minister, Congress having never bothered to replace him.†   (source)
  • Divided accreditation-Khomeini and PLO.†   (source)
  • Next to it was a French passport, a French driver's permit, French credit cards, bank cards, and various medical certificates and accreditations in the name of Leila Hadawi.†   (source)
  • Katie got news of her sister through the official accredited family reporter, the insurance agent.†   (source)
  • He had remained a notary public and insurance agent, and he got himself accredited by the gas, electric, and telephone companies to take payment of bills.†   (source)
  • And as it was only through Bernard, his accredited guardian, that John could be seen, Bernard now found himself, for the first time in his life, treated not merely normally, but as a person of outstanding importance.†   (source)
  • I thought maybe I could get accredited with the state or county, or whoever does it, as a foster-parent, and get kids from institutions.†   (source)
  • M. Chauvelin is the accredited agent of his Government ….†   (source)
  • The multitude of false churches[499] accredits the true religion.†   (source)
  • He had a considerable reputation in England as a critic and was the accredited exponent in this country of modern French literature.†   (source)
  • Old Mr. Letterblair, the accredited legal adviser of three generations of New York gentility, throned behind his mahogany desk in evident perplexity.†   (source)
  • I may point out that this idea was only accredited generally during the last years of Pavlicheff's life, when his next-of-kin were trembling about the succession, when the earlier story was quite forgotten, and when all opportunity for discovering the truth had seemingly passed away.†   (source)
  • Adela thought of the young men and women who had come out before her, P. & O. full after P. & O. full, and had been set down to the same food and the same ideas, and been snubbed in the same good-humoured way until they kept to the accredited themes and began to snub others.†   (source)
  • He was as unfit, obviously, by nature, as he had been by social position, to fill the part of a propounder of accredited dogma.†   (source)
  • …came from, how it was cut in an enormous cutting room above this one, holding hundreds of experienced cutters receiving very high wages; how there was an employment bureau for recruiting help, a company doctor, a company hospital, a special dining room in the main building, where the officials of the company were allowed to dine—but no others—and that he, being an accredited department head could now lunch with those others in that special restaurant if he chose and could afford to.†   (source)
  • Their own compatriots—save those previously known or properly accredited—they treated with an even more pronounced disdain; so that, unless they ran across a Chivers, a Dagonet or a Mingott, their months abroad were spent in an unbroken tete-a-tete.†   (source)
  • CHAPTER VIII THE ACCREDITED AGENT The afternoon was rapidly drawing to a close; and a long, chilly English summer's evening was throwing a misty pall over the green Kentish landscape.†   (source)
  • It is also a fact that M. Chauvelin, the accredited agent of the French Republican Government, was not present at that or any other social function in London, after that memorable evening at Lord Grenville's ball.†   (source)
  • After the few conventional words of deferential greeting, Lord Grenville said to his royal guest,— "Will your Highness permit me to introduce M. Chauvelin, the accredited agent of the French Government?"†   (source)
  • It appears that the Republican Government have sent an accredited agent over to England, a man named Chauvelin, who is said to be terribly bitter against our league, and determined to discover the identity of our leader, so that he may have him kidnapped, the next time he attempts to set foot in France.†   (source)
  • I accredited Mr. Kenge.†   (source)
  • As they eyed the stranger in passing, they eyed him with borrowing eyes—hungry, sharp, speculative as to his softness if they were accredited to him, and the likelihood of his standing something handsome.†   (source)
  • At other times, I thought, What if the young man who was with so much difficulty restrained from imbruing his hands in me should yield to a constitutional impatience, or should mistake the time, and should think himself accredited to my heart and liver to-night, instead of to-morrow!†   (source)
  • It was this deficiency, I considered, while running over in thought the perfect keeping of the character of the premises with the accredited character of the people, and while speculating upon the possible influence which the one, in the long lapse of centuries, might have exercised upon the other—it was this deficiency, perhaps, of collateral issue, and the consequent undeviating transmission, from sire to son, of the patrimony with the name, which had, at length, so identified the…†   (source)
  • Rio de Janeiro is a cottage surrounded by four walls, and George Gaunt is accredited to a keeper, who has invested him with the order of the Strait-Waistcoat.†   (source)
  • They sent a duly accredited envoy to treat with these men, who somehow had obtained dominion over people's minds, while the formal rulers had no hold except over their bodies.†   (source)
  • She could only remark, as a general principle observed in the varnishing trade, that much depended on the quarter from which the lady under consideration was accredited to a family so conspicuously niched in the social temple as the family of Dorrit.†   (source)
  • He was about (connecting the accrediting with an obtrusive person of the name of Clennam, whom he imperfectly remembered in some former state of existence) to black-ball the name of Gowan finally, when Edward Dorrit, Esquire, came into the conversation, with his glass in his eye, and the preliminary remark of 'I say—you there!†   (source)
  • Machiavelli was the accredited agent of the Florentine Republic to Cesare Borgia (14781507) during the transactions which led up to the assassinations of the Orsini and Vitelli at Sinigalia, and along with his letters to his chiefs in Florence he has left an account, written ten years before "The Prince," of the proceedings of the duke in his "Descritione del modo tenuto dal duca Valentino nello ammazzare Vitellozzo Vitelli," etc., a translation of which is appended to the present…†   (source)
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