Holiday Inn Express Austin Airport
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... abnormalities, including cognitive impairment attributable to in utero radiation exposure. No significant increase in heritable effects has been found in studies of the children of the survivors of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki or in the offspring of cancer survivors treated with radiotherapy, which indicates that moderate acute radiation exposures have little impact on the overall risk of heritable effects in humans.
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... 11](p188) Chiniquy, a French Canadian, was a gifted public speaker; Yves Roby, in the Dictionary of Canadian Biography, compared Chiniquy to French Bishop Charles Auguste Marie Joseph, Count of Forbin-Janson, of Nancy and Toul, in his "spectacular preaching methods" and wrote that Chiniquy's preaching produced "genuine religious transformation".
Chiniquy was dubbed the apostle of temperance. Anthony Cross wrote, in Père Hyacinthe Loyson, the ...
... Austin is not just the Texas capital of cool, it's a national epicenter of bat pryers. Not entirely true, but let's not cloud our prose with too many facts (or bats). Austin's beauty is not just skin deep either. The appeal goes far deeper than warm winters and good Tex Mex food. Tech heads and hippies live side by side like ebony and ivory, with of course, the bats (did I mention the bats?).
The city is a magnet for smart people who don't want to feel ...
... any recreational drugs, I was not in the best mood from the off. Do what you like, just don't judge me if I don't want to get on your douche wagon. That's your choice. I would directly quote but it'll get me mad again so for my sanity...oh **** it.
"Is it cause you're British? Do you guys not have that over there?"
"So like, do you drink? Isn't that a bit hypocritical." - "No. I don't drink to get wasted (always), I enjoy the taste, ...
... in Austin downtown...everywhere. I expect that during July when the average max is 36deg these rooftop bars would be pretty crowded.
Out for dinner with Sam and Ailien at ZTejas. They market themselves as a Southwestern Grill and have a diverse menu so you can't miss out. Sue and I had southern meatloaf which was superb...so was the cornbread and Tortilla soup.