- legendary. The Chambers Biographical Dictionary describes
him as "the keenest thinker
and boldest theologian
of the 12th century". Abelard, originally...
(1,580 mi) by rail, which makes
them the keenest
rail users. Virtually
100% of the network
is electrified. The vast majority...
- when FBI Academy student Clarice Starling notes
that "Will Graham, the keenest hound
ever to run in Crawford's pack, was a legend
at the Academy; he was...
- and they for their
part, across three hundred
years, have used as their keenest expression
on you.' ... Upon all of us...
- and utility
over truth, and is opposed
by the following
attitudes: the keenest
self-criticism, humble listening
to the whole
of existence, the persistent...
- and prescribed roles
in a way that evokes
and films. Its keenest romantic impulse
has less to do with Nick and Rachel's rather
- the "ships" and several
G-Wizes as "missiles", as they see who has the keenest strategy
to win. 6 6 "Happy Finnish
Christmas" LeMans rivalry between
to his people
to win fame. The statement
is clear, except
for the final
word, lof-geornest ('keenest
to s**** fame'), which
- member, a martial eagle named
Anga who replaces
as the new keenest
of sight after
lost his eyesight, while
- practice) in judo. On ****uda's death
in 1880, Kano, who had become
and most able student
in both randori
and kata (形, kata, pre-arranged forms)...