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It was fifteen to twenty seconds before the whole of the working area of the ship was filled with black acrid pungent smoke.
The number of scientists, engineers, and physicians born in poor countries and working in affluent ones is of great concern to policymakers.
Berg in working out a logical sequence of events in the king's aggressive programme places its conquest in 1289 or early 1290.
To qualify for Associate-Membership of the ICE, a person must be at least twenty-six years old and working as a civil engineer.
A working definition of bilingualism is the use by individuals of two languages in their daily lives.
If the date of expiry happens to be a holiday, the validity is automatically extended to the next working day.
Some taxonomists, particularly those working in herbaria and providing an identification service, do need such specialized expertise.
The manager asked the interviewees to make some comments on the working environment.
That slim book showed the Chinese intelligentsia and the nascent working class.
He moved to New York where he lived in obscurity, working as a Customs Inspector.
Those two quacks I've got working for me in the medical tent still can't find out what's wrong with me.
But for the present the courts appear to be working toward redress of legislative imbalances.
These statistics reveal a rather startling shift away from self-employment to working for others.