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8 Oct 2013, 2:06 pm
Because of my hand condition, he said I should just use a wooden spoon. [read post]
21 Jun 2019, 6:46 am by Second Circuit Civil Rights Blog
The large cross is constitutional because "the image of simple wooden crosses that originally marked the graves of American soldiers killed in the war" became an image of their sacrifice, and over time, monument has acquired historical significance to the community. [read post]
6 Sep 2018, 2:18 pm by Edward Smith
The man remained in grave condition at a local hospital as of Tuesday, September 4, 2018. [read post]
30 Nov 2023, 2:15 am by David Pocklington
The items included: replacement of the pews with chairs; replacement of the stone font with a moveable wooden font; removal of the main reed organ [an early 20th century harmonium]; creation of a lobby at the west end of the church, and kitchen, toilet and storage facilities; electrical wiring and light fittings; and water and space heating [3, 4]. [read post]
15 Jan 2015, 6:00 am by Yosie Saint-Cyr
” However, other even more grave incidents soon followed, including Homick stuffing business cards down Emslie’s bra. [read post]
27 Oct 2014, 6:17 pm by Larry
Dispatches from the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit show that its unmarked grave is empty. [read post]
21 Jan 2013, 5:11 am by Jim Walker
My great grandfather's grave site has been vandalized (photo here). [read post]
20 Jun 2019, 2:54 pm by Mark Walsh
Alito describes how during World War I, the military marked the graves of fallen American soldiers in Europe with temporary wooden crosses or Stars of David, which was a departure from marking them with the uniform “rectangular slabs” seen in national cemeteries here at home. [read post]
2 May 2023, 12:30 am by David Pocklington
In addition to the more contentious issues of the replacement of the two wooden and glazed draft lobbies, the Chancellor addressed the removal and disposal of a nave altar, installed previously without permission, and the introduction of a new bespoke altar [1(4)]. [read post]