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A DONATION of pounds 5 comes from Ella, Ann and Sid 'in memory of Doris and Bill, friends of many years' and another pounds 5 comes from W.
50 comes from the residents of Edith Pope House and is the remains of a collection for Mrs Elizabeth Chritchfield, March 26, 2001.
Newton Message Pad 120 (about $599; 408-996-1010) comes with a built-in calendar, to-do list, name and address file, productivity tools such as time-zone maps, e-mail, fax and print capabilities.
The man comes out of my aunt's room with no shirt on and speaks to everyone.
The miracle itself comes in response to the incessant complaining of the Israelites about the lack of available water.
He gets himself invited to a party at Jenna's, hoping to try his luck at spin the bottle, but insists that Nicholas comes along.
The new Catechism of the Catholic Church (Liguori Publications, 1994), the most authoritative, up-to-date source on the subject, devotes four pages to the Second Coming and a Last Judgment in Article 7 of the profession of faith, "from whence he will come again to judge the living and the dead.
Regardless of our encounter with current pop-religious culture, it seems to me that the key words of promise for us come in Jesus' words to his followers about their own persecution and arrest: "This will give you an opportunity to testify.
Kudos to Scott for having the confidence to come out on your cover.
Stamps come from Smiler, the customers of Queslett Road Post Office and several anonymous donors.
Finding these groups and Cabin Creek to coordinate the effort was a dream come true.