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A path between buildings or behind buildings, usually with walls on both sides.

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Since approval of the Selective Training and Service Act of 1940, they had been drafted on the same terms as white troops, but as Twichell explained, "Segregation's legacy of bigotry and prejudice severely limited the possibilities" for the work they would be delegated to do.
Wes Frangul, Jonathan Twichell andMark Wegener have joined the firm as managing directors, bringing nearly 90 years of combined experience in delivering financial solutions to a broad range of business and corporate clients.
And when the succulents bloom, it's magic." design Architect: Dane Twichell; twichellstudio.com.
(4) Twain, who enjoyed a number of recreational pursuits in these years, typically attended games with the Reverend Joseph Twichell, who had married into the Clemens family and would be the author's lifelong friend.
Generalmente, la magnitud de las dunas es proporcional a la intensidad del flujo, por lo cual grandes dimensiones estarian relacionadas a eventos mas fuertes (Flemming, 1978; Twichell, 1983).
Chase Twichell's new book Dog Language is not like Life Studies and For the Union Dead, but Robert Lowell's ghost, displaced and restless, haunts these poems.
As Townsend quotes from a letter Clemens sent to Joseph Twichell in 1878:
Scholars have long known of the Congregational minister Joseph Twichell's close friendship with Twain, but no previous scholar has presented so persuasive a case for the primacy of their bond in the lives of both men.
Thompson (New York: Student Volunteer Movement, 1899); Joseph Hopkins Twichell, Keith-Falconer of Arabia, a Christian Soldier (New Haven: Yale Foreign Missionary Society, 1911); James Robson, Ion Keith-Falconer of Arabia (London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1923); Cuthbert Macevoy, Ion Keith-Falconer, the Scholar Missionary (London: Torch Bearer Booklets, 1923); Marcus Lawrence Loane, Sons of the Covenant (Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1963).
Woodchucks prefer fencerows and woodlands for their hibernacula (Hamilton 1934, Twichell 1939, Grizzell 1955, Meier 1985).