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    • to control the Church. The political success of the Liberal party at this time gave strength to its efforts to secure more adverse legislation for Utah. The Cullom Bill was proposed in pursuance of the wishes ofthe anti-Monnons. If passed, it would...
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    • iGRIEVE 47 throughout the research to disclose emotions. “Omg!!! The best…” (Oct. 5), “OMG R.I.P. L” (Oct. 5), “im crying .. LLLLL ..” (Oct. 6), and “Sad :s” (Oct. 7) are just a few of the many ways in which people made use of this type of...
    • 1905, Apr 25

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    • Tues. April 25, 1905: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Ptly. cldy. The Elders commenced leaving for their fields of labor this morning. Elder Lindsay and I started back to finish working Greer County. we went over to the reserve about ten miles west were...
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    • estate which had been confiscated was likewise retumed to the Church. The manifesto did not announce that polygamous living would be discontinued; it simply said that no more plural marriages would be sandoned. E v q o n e understood that the...
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    • U.S. Embassy 54 As I think about it, most of the people who have called me mão de vaca are very poor people. This makes it even more difficult to understand the allotment of this title because you would think that these people, who are forced to...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 173 take us off the stage. We need to be more fore front on the stage, not background, more forward in terms of getting people to listen to us. 22. Is radio a community / public interest entity, or solely a...
    • Page 376

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    • feed and a scant living while they worked. When the railroad failed, the project became known as the "Manana Railroad." The Lunt f d y managed through the summer and winter of 1890 on rather slirn rations hoping to grow a more bounteous crop during...
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    • U.S. Embassy 55 like to write cables about, and hopefully I’ll have time to form more than just one religious cable (report). Cable topics will include anything that the government should be involved with (in this case, issues with anything having...
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    • Intro to the Internet 3 and Web Page Design receiving end, the clicks and spaces could be “decoded” by a trained operator into an intelli-gible message. When computers were first introduced, it soon became apparent that the ability to share...
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    • 84 Projects Seven math stories were chosen from Math Stories for Problem Solving Success (Overholt, et.al., 1990) to give the students a choice for their first activity. These stories were picked from the book after analyzing the survey on...
    • Page 380

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    • have you any more meal you could lend me, my family hasn't a dust of bread stuff in the house.' Father's reply would be, 'Ah, dear brother, you will have to see Sarah.' 1 have heard Mother bear her testimony many times to the fact that she divided...
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    • 'dog iron' [hand iron] which caused our hearts to rejoice very much to see the first casting of iron made in the mountains. We gave three cheers and cried Hosannah to God and the Lamb forever and ever, and three cheers for Iron County. Attended...
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    • flour came in from Deming, "you never saw such tickled kids in your life. We were going around eating the flour as if it were cake. The com bread, without any sait or soda, was just l i e hardpan." Broughton wrote the following about his father,...
    • 1915 42

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    • Our Motto: "Wotk and Win" CLASS POEM Who defended that flag pole, Against the Juniors bold? The Sophs. Who kept their colors waving high While they struggled valiantly by? The Sophs. Who stood by and cheered them Against those who fought them? The...
    • 1905, May 2

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    • Tues. May 2, 1905: Ther. Cool., S. wind., Wea. Cloudy. Cleared off. Elder Lindsay and I bade the folks Good-bye and left for our field of labor about 9 am, took the section line west of Brother Johnsons walked south nearly to the Rail road, took...
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    • reservoir had sunk so that water could not be same, and strongly recommended a thorough consideration of the difficulty now confronting and urged that a thorough and permanent job be reservoir. held in the and careful the Council, made on...

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