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    • 1915 35

    • 1915 35
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    • A Junior's Lament Where? Oh, where, is that old class? They're gone, they're gone, alas, alas! Once m,ore they waken in my breast The thoughts of school, of thoughts the best. Once more I hear and see and trace That happy bunch, also each face, As...
    • 1916 35

    • 1916 35
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    • WELLS WILLIAMS I'm slow in school, but my money on it, I'll soon be in with the '''vV ork· ll1an." BERNELLA GARDNER Student Editor. Knows everybody's business and has a string on sev­eral. (Fond of "Armstrong Heat­ers.") ALLDRIDGE THORLEY "I...
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    • JOHN VARLEY ADAMS Biography 1832 - 1919 John Varley Adams was born August 17, 1832, in Rounds, North Hamptonshire, England, the son of Thomas and Rebecca Varley Adams. He was t h e fifth son of eleven children. John was p u t to work early in life...
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    • throughout the Church. The saints were asked to reform and everyone was required to observe the laws of God more illy. Each person who erred was chastised by his or her Bishop and was required to make restitution for any wrong-doing. There was some...
    • Page 220

    • Page 220
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    • was going to take the Battalion and use them up before they could get down through the canyons. 1 am perfectly aware that in al1 settlements 1 visited in the south, Fiilmore included, one single sentence is enough to put every man in motion; in...
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    • Vil, went on to El Paso by train and Heaton went back to return the mules he had borrowed. He went back to Corrales and eventually was able to get two of his own horses and his wagon and carne back done, n just he and his old dog, Pinto, which was...
    • Preface - Page xi

    • Preface - Page xi
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    • PREFACE I t was a clear, warm day. The atmosphere was so transparent that the mountains many miles ahead seemed to he just a stone's throw away. A young sandy-haired man with clear blue eyes was walking a l o n ~ leading a large sorrel horse...
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    • count, and this niav have hecn his way of answering a question which \+.asrcally no one e l m business. O n some occasions, Pipe Spring was the meeting place for many cowhoys and horses when it was round-up time. Lehi's lmys recalled heing therc...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 7 Chapter 1: Introduction and Rationale In mainstream America, conversations about “my first marriage” or “my second wife” are commonplace and would hardly be cause for pause. With the divorce rate in the United States...
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    • Fishback Intern 22 leaders of leaders. To succeed leading in this way, it is critical to help peers win. One of the principles Maxwell emphasizes when discussing leading across with other colleagues is the idea of using teamwork. Rather than...
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    • photographer. In doing this I did not have to worry about using someone else’s picture without permission, and avoided the process of obtaining permission. I photographed several areas of campus and brought the pictures back to pick out my...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 10 this risk the “mommy tax”—meaning mothers lose money while out of the workforce that they will never be able to earn back. Either assumption, however, of prosperity or poverty does not accurately reflect reality. Reports...
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    • Intro to the Internet 83 and Web Page Design Now repeat the Save for Web and Devices opera-tions using the second layer. Name this button appropriately. You should now have two versions of the but-ton ready to place on a web page. We made...
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    • 110 Chapter 7 HTML XHTML attempts to support all the rules of HTML using XHTML standards. If this all sounds confusing, don’t let it worry you. By learning HTML, you are also learning the basics of XHTML. There are some differ-ences but they are...

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