The prose is elegant and evocative and, McMahon's research is scholarly and meticulous' Jonathan Lynn, film director 'Katharine McMahon is a historical novelist who can turn her hand to any period and bring it thrillingly alive. [The Hour ...
Author: Katharine McMahon
Publisher: Hachette UK
'An epic yet heartbreakingly intimate novel of conflict and betrayal, and of the pain of lost love' Kate Mosse A long-buried secret, a heart-breaking betrayal... Estelle never really knew her mother, Fleur, but is haunted by her legacy. A legendary resistance heroine in the Great War, she had helped Allied soldiers escape from Belgium - and was not alone in paying a terrible price. Christa's father was one of those Fleur saved - but he returned home a ruined man. So, when Estelle arrives on Christa's doorstep hungry for information about her mother, an intense and complex friendship is ignited. In 1939, as conflict grips Europe once more, Estelle follows her mother's destiny. Then Christa discovers that Fleur was betrayed by someone close to her and the truth may destroy them all... 'A beautiful, romantic and touching book. The prose is elegant and evocative and, McMahon's research is scholarly and meticulous' Jonathan Lynn, film director 'Katharine McMahon is a historical novelist who can turn her hand to any period and bring it thrillingly alive. [The Hour of Separation is] very possibly her best and most powerful book so far' Readers Digest 'Tender and painterly...rather beautiful' Irish Times
ing ballots . vote , and deposited in the ballot - box , which shall be securely
closed for the period of one hour after the opening of the polls ; each Clerk of
Election shall enter the voting number of the ballot and the word “ voted ”
opposite the ...
6 hours at 0 . 905 gram per hour , and a total of 13 . 87 grams had been blown
over . The amount due to attrition was 4 . ... Separation of 0 - 5 micron fraction of
chrome yellow ; 3 - mm . inlet , 9 - inch separator ; grams per hour separated
Author: Ireland. Maynooth CommissionPublish On: 1855
-No ; it is principally during the hour of recreation that they have intercourse with
each other , and during the hours we call ad libitum . My idea of the principle of separation refers to these times . They are sufficiently kept apart at other times by
When it was said thing of the judgment itself , that is , of the above , “ The hour is
coming , " He added . separation of the evil and the good . Hear this " and now is ;
” but just now , “ The hour is further , then : “ They that have done good coming ...
This requires a very different period in different instances ; sometimes five or six
hours will elapse ; most usually it is protruded within the hour . Separation of the
Placenta from its Uterine Attachment . — Previously , however , to the placenta ...
Author: Francis Henry Ramsbotham
Signed Thos. W. Campbell, Charleston, Nov. 9th, 1860.
Author: Kern Engineering CorporationPublish On: 1957
Chester Avenue carries the bulk of downtown business traffic volumes . mon tues
weekly traffic variation union are . . . . . . chester ove A critical traffic variation from
the standpoint of separation design is the hour by hour fluctuation during a 24 ...
Between the hours of 6:00 A.M. and 10:00 P.M. each day, observers employed by
the City recorded the meter readings at quarter-hour intervals from 6:30 A.M. to 8:
30 A.M. and from 4:30 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.; and at half-hour intervals for the ...
Nelson promised Parker that he would destroy the batteries and old hulks in less
than an hour. On the morning of April 2, 1801, he sailed into the roadstead with
twenty- five ships and commenced the attack- But the Danish and Norwegian ...
Since most incidents of distress correlate to the first hour after you leave and the hour before you return , you can to diffuse this ... Loss of social contact and
novelty of environment are important factors in the modulation of separation
ISOTOPE SEPARATION MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTERS ... (natural
frequencies: Mg”–79%, Mg”–10%, and Mg”–11%), up to several hundred
micrograms of the collected isotope can be obtained in a 10-hour separation
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Coal size SteamSlurry SteamAt At Coal in to - coal rate , to -
coal separator separator separated ratio at inlet , outlet pounds ratio at steam ,
separator percent per separator minus minus percent of exit ( gasihour inlet 200 ...
98 ORIFICE ( a ) The rotameter originally used was replaced by an orifice meter
to increase the metering range to 500 CONSTANT LEVEL POTS pounds 01
Steam per hour . SEPARATED STEAM TO CONDENSER TO ORIFICE METER ...
The colored cards which patients brought to the dental clinic were clipped to their
dental records and, when treatment was completed, were filled in on the reverse
side and placed in a box which was emptied every hour. Separation center ...
Author: George F. Jeffcott
Dentistry, during the pioneer days of the profession in the United States, had no military status; and there exist only a few unofficial references to dental treatment in the accounts of the first wars in which the country was engaged. A notable exception, however, was the dental treatment accomplished for General George Washington, who experienced dental difficulties during the time he served as Commander in Chief of the Colonial Army and later during his terms as President. Records reveal that Washington had several dentures made by civilian dentists and that he was very much pleased with his dental service. Almost one hundred years passed after the Revolutionary War before there was any official Army recognition of dentistry or legislative action to initiate the organization of an Army Dental Corps. During these hundred years the profession continued to develop and to broaden its scope. The first organized effort to secure dentists for an army was the conscription of these to serve in the Confederate Army in 1864.2 The soldiers of the Confederate armies could not pay for dental freatment in the depreciated currency of the Confederacy since the fee for one gold filling was more than 6 months' pay of a private. Consequently, the Confederate States Congress passed a law for the conscription of dentists who were to have the rank, pay, and allowances to which their position in the Army entitled them, and in addition extra duty pay for extraordinary skill as allowed by The Surgeon General. The rank and pay offered the Confederate dental officers is not recorded. pg 8. JMD.
horseback on the Sabbath in the days of the Greeks , and he was brought before
Beth din and stoned ; not because he deserved this penalty , but because the
exigencies of the hour demanded it . And another incident occurred with a man ...
Author: Gil Graff
Publisher: University Alabama Press
For the Jewish community, the end of the Middle Ages and the emergence of the modern nation-state brought the promise of equal citizenship as well as the possible loss of Jewish corporate identity. The legal maxim dina de-malkhuta dina (the law of the State is law) invoked in Talmidic times to justify the acceptance of the king’s law and qualified in the Middle Ages by Maimonides and Rashbam to include the requirement of consent by the governed underwent further redefinition by Jews in the Napoleonic age. Graff focuses on the struggle between 18th and 19th-century Jewish religious reformers and traditionalists in defining the limits of dina de-malkhuta dina. He traces the motivations of the reformers who, in their zeal to gain equality for the formerly disenfranchised Jewish communities in Western Europe, were prepared to render unto the State compromising authority over Jewish religious life under the rubric of dina de-malkhuta dina was intended to strike a balance between synagogue and state and not to be used as a pretext for the liquidation of the community’s corporate existence. Graff observes that the significance of dina de-malkhuta dina and its interpretation ids vital for an understanding of modern Jewish life as well as the relationship of Diaspora Jews to the Jewish community in the state of Israel.
Author: Pennsylvania. Department of Labor and IndustryPublish On: 1973
All openings in floors forming a part of a 2 - hour separation shall be protected by
vertical enclosures extending above and below such opening . Walls of such
enclosures shall be of not less than 2 - hour fire - resistive construction , and all ...
Author: Pennsylvania. Department of Labor and Industry
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the District of ColumbiaPublish On: 1914
Now , gentlemen , the hour is getting late , and we will adjourn until to - morrow . (
After informal discussion which the chairman directed the stenographer not to
report . ) Chairman HARDING . We will adjourn until to - morrow at 2 o'clock p . m
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the District of Columbia
The mutual trade THE MESMERIC SITTING . of the two countries steadily
increased , from the hour separation became a finality . Translated from the
Memoirs of the Baroness We have been led into this discursive train of reflection ,
A building of mixed occupancy in which the various occupancies are not separated by unpierced fire walls as defined in ... ( 1 ) A “ 4 - hour ” occupancy separation shall be of not less than 4 - hour fire - resistive construction , and all
materials of ...
Where any occupancy separa . tion is required the minimum shall be a " l ' hour "
occupancy separation . TABLE NO . 10 - B - REQUIRED SEPARATIONS IN
BUILDINGS OF MIXED OCCUPANCY Legend : Four - hour separation 3 —