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BUSINESS PREMISES used by a firm in the provision of services. See CAPITAL STOCK, FIXED ASSET.
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When this species of summons was made the officer inquired aloud the point of the brig's departure, its route, its landings; and to all these questions the captain replied without difficulty and without hesitation.
The officer who had stopped in front of her and studied her with so much care might have been twenty-five or twenty-six years of age.
said the latter, turning a chair round for the young officer.
The plump officer took up the list of wines and turned to the young officer.
d'Artagnan shall have manifested the desire of giving in his resignation, he shall no longer be reckoned leader of the expedition, and every officer placed under his orders shall be held to no longer obey him.
Monsieur," said the officer, coming up to him, "I await your good pleasure to depart.
You all are familiar with the naval tradition that a good officer could sense proximity to either line, and for my part, I am firmly convinced of the truth of this as I am that the compass finds the north without recourse to tedious processes of reasoning.
Old Admiral Sanchez was wont to maintain that he could smell thirty, and the men of the first ship in which I sailed claimed that Coburn, the navigating officer, knew by name every wave along thirty from 60dN.
Rostov, growing red and pale alternately, looked first at one officer and then at the other.
That same evening there was an animated discussion among the squadron's officers in Denisov's quarters.
Frank, remembering the friendly reproof which he had just received, passed ov er the other officers of the
Frank turned to his brother officers, without making any further advances in the direction of Richard Wardour.