- To make each day count.
- Does it make sense to let children play with matches?
- Marcella and hank continue a retirement busy with roving good works
- To many readers the novel is so meaningful and interesting that they cannot help reading it again and again.
- some thing thought to be significant
- " of noticeable importance, effect, or influence"
- She lent her name to many worthy causes
- Saturation of a biotope is of special interest to the ecologist.
- The posting from these journals to general ledger makes sense.
- She has a great perspective on marriage.
- We shall not be liable for incidental or consequential damages.
- The United States, meanwhile, is preoccupied with immediate, and consequential, worries In Iraq.
- Depreciation, loss of market, loss of use and other consequential losses of any description.
- Some states in america do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages so these limitations may not apply to you.
- In No Event Shall ABC Be liable for Incidental or Consequential Damages to the Full Extent Such May Be Disclaimed by Law.
- Scientists have Been unable to determine the signification of most Etruscan inscriptions.
- The acceptance of a bill is the signification by the drawee of his assent to the order of the drawer.
- It is expectable that I should finish some thing I can do for a significative spring festival.
- The development status, signification and amplitude prospect on roof greening in Beijing were described by analyzing the plant selection and safe problems for the construction in this paper.