The Recovery: A Story of Kentucky

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Frank F. Lovell Company, 1908 - Kentucky - 353 pages
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Page 83 - I shall hunger like one in famine for the sight of her face and the sound of her voice, I will never go nigh those who have led her astray.
Page 312 - ... they are in accord with the substantive requirements of NEPA. In light of our holding, there is no alternative but to subject the decision of the Corps to Build Gillham Dam to review under the arbitrary and capricious standard. Ordinarily, we would remand the matter to the trial court for such review, but it is not necessary to do so in this case. The complete record, including the environmental impact statement and the transcript of the proceeding below, is before us. We have reviewed the record...
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Page 23 - Just as I picked it up and put it in my pocket I heard in the hall the step of Mrs.

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