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1 William Jennings Bryan railed against the eastern elites who wanted to crucify common folk on a "cross of gold".
2 Colonel Brandon, the friend of Sir John, seemed no more adapted by resemblance of manner to be his friend, than Lady Middleton was to be his wife, or Mrs. Jennings to be Lady Middleton's mother.
3 a particularly good year for memoir: Edmund DE Waal, Luke Jennings, Tony Judt and Candia McWilliam have all written books that are better than most of the year's offerings in fiction.
4 Oh, that Ken Jennings, always quick with a quip.
5 Perhaps it is to tell you that your cousin Fanny is married?" said Mrs. Jennings, without attending to her daughter's reproof.
6 People remember the killer Jennings, though, and that's the one they're expecting to see all season this year - only a year older, wiser, and better.
7 The next step, according to Nick Jennings of the University of Southampton, who is one of the project's leaders, is to examine more closely the interaction between people and agents.
8 She was convinced that Margaret had fixed on a person whose name she could not bear with composure to become a standing joke with Mrs. Jennings.
9 Poverty and climate change is enough of a challenge: an El Niño will only make things harder, " said Steve Jennings, Oxfam's disaster risk reduction manager.
10 Jennings, for the prosecution, told the court: "She got into her car whilst using her handheld telephone."
11 Still later GEORGE JENNINGS in the 18th Century made contributions that were considered the ultimate in plumbing mechanisms.
12 saying things now that they may regret saying in a couple of months, ” said Jack Jennings, a Democrat who is president and chief executive of the Center on Education Policy in Washington.
13 However, while Jennings started off the season with a bang (remember that 55-point outburst in his first month of play?), he sort of leveled off down the stretch.
14 Jennings believed writing a poem was "like mystical experience, a gratuitous gift" and confessed that she wrote "in order to know, to discover, to get things clear." she.
15 Legends Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter in an exhibition round of Jeopardy!
16 Watson runs on 90 servers and takes up an entire room, and in a practice match in January it finished ahead of two former champions, Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter.
17 A spokesman for Fairfax county police, Mary Ann Jennings, said Williamson was arrested because officers believed he wanted to be seen naked by the public.
18 I haven't seen much of "Jeopardy!" in the past twenty years, and until last night had only read about Ken Jennings.
19 Even later in the match, however, had Mr. Jennings won another key Daily Double it might have come down to Final Jeopardy, I.B.M. researchers acknowledged.
20 During a practice round of Jeopardy in January, Watson beat Ken Jennings, the contestant famous for winning 74 games and $2.52 million.
21 To be safe, try to mix in a current news topic such as: "Do you think Peter Jennings smokes in Heaven?"
22 to disappoint anyone, but our office is neither the largest building in the world nor a center of financial misconduct, ” said Charles Jennings, joint managing partner of Maples and Calder.
23 Consider the form you buy them in, too, says Jennings. ‘Liquid vitamins or powdered superfoods may be easier to digest than hard tablets, especially if your digestion is delicate.’
24 William Jennings Bryan wanted the country to use both gold and silver as money.
25 Jennings and Rutter (described by one blogger as mankind's "last, best hope" against our robot overlords) will take on the supercomputer named after IBM founder Thomas J. Watson.
26 Most of the Plate Fleet's treasure was saved and taken to shore, but a pirate named Henry Jennings heard about the treasure and sailed there and took it.
27 JENNINGS: Were you discussing anatomy? Was the man a surgeon or a sculptor?
28 Jennings began to suggest ways to deal with the problem, but Barras did not listen.
29 Jim Jennings from the Allstate Insurance Company says the number one cause of distracted-driving accidents is the mobile phone.
30 Mr Jennings said that, as a group, carnivorous plants had been generally overlooked and more research and analysis was required, especially Africa and Australia, when there were very few records.