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- There was a Baptist minister who "traveled" to the mortuary and performed the service in the mortuary's flexible chapel.p. 604.4
- As Dan describes it, the faculty were ill-trained for lifting anything; even the athletic types were neither as strong nor as flexible as Young basketball players—and they should have considered something basic to their task: it is much easier to carry something heavy and awkward upstairs than it is to lug it down.p. 397.1
- All the talk at Fort Benjamin Harrison told him that Fort Huachuca was a fortunate place to be; he'd be working in the Adjutant's Office of the Strategic Communications Command—he'd been told that the major general who was in charge was "flexible" on the subject of reassignments; the major general had been known to assist his junior officers with their requests for transfers.p. 501.9
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