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1 plaintiff's right to set aside the deed is barred by laches.
2 And that which is neither deed nor reflection, but a wonder and a surprise ever springing in the soul, even while the hands hew the stone or tend the loom?
3 The worker's deed was beyond the call of duty.
4 Sometimes the most treasured ACTS of friendship are those for which you expect to get nothing in return, not even credit for a good deed.
5 Everything that we do is a step in one direction or another, even the failure to do something is in itself a deed. It sets us forward or backward.
6 stranger shoved in all his chips and followed with the deed to his plantation.
7 Such deed will derogate from your fame.
8 And, so far as one can gauge the feelings of whole nations, is there any apparent connection between a generous deed and a friendly response?
9 In the same way, life presents us with experience after experience, and with every deed, decision, and selection we are determining where we will end up.
10 Supposedly, when you do a good deed, you get a warm fuzzy feeling inside. But all I felt was a deep, aching sadness.
11 Thus an unduly authoritative education turns the pupils into timid tyrants, incapable of either claiming or tolerating originality in word or deed.
12 But it's a deed to be reserved for a forlorn hope; I'd not take Linton by surprise with it.
13 In today's knowledge-based economy, we need knowledge leaders in word and deed, but not knowledge administers.
14 We have always thought that it was sometimes a courageous act, and, at least, a simple and useful deed, worthy of the sympathetic attention which duty accepted and fulfilled merits.
15 Films, popular literature, and television foster the stereotype that a good leader is one who wields power visibly and says, "I'm in charge" in word, deed, and demeanor.
16 Honest in thought and deed in both my personal and official life, I will be exemplary in obeying the laws of the land and the regulations of my department.
17 Do you have the deed to the house?
18 We must make the building of a free society once more an intellectualadventure, a deed of courage....
19 We have sought — in word and deed — a new era of engagement with the world.
20 It is owned by a trust whose beneficiaries are not specified in its deed.
21 We need reed needlse to speed the deed indeed.
22 first documentary mention of a Venetian glassmaker is found on a deed of donation in 982 to the Benedictine monastery on the island of San Giorgio Maggiore by a Domenico.
23 This means the reward will be higher if the deed is more challenging.
24 approach of favouring certain firms and sectors with protections and public subsidies-revived, if more in word than deed, by the most recent Labour government-is unlikely to come back.
25 History has yet to see anyone more complete in compassion and wisdom, in word and deed.
26 To avoid this hassle, some Cubans prefer to marry the owner of a property, transfer the deed, and divorce.
27 It could have been just another man doing a good deed.
28 Well, Mrs Dean, it will be a charitable deed to tell me something of my neighbours: I feel I shall not rest, if I go to bed; so be good enough to sit and chat an hour.
29 I felt very happy today because I've done a good deed.
30 Each of us felt a little bit tired, but we were happy because we had done a good deed.