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::“ and We
::“ We are not able, at the moment, to send out envoys and Imperial troops so, in spite of their good wishes, each kingdom seek help, as they please, wherever they can, to the east, west, south, or north .”

::“ and cannot
::“ It is truly a whimsical supposition that, if mankind were agreed in considering utility to be the test of morality, they would remain without any agreement as to what is useful, and would take no measures for having their notions on the subject taught to the young, and enforced by law and opinion to consider the rules of morality as improvable, is one thing ; to pass over the intermediate generalisations entirely, and endeavour to test each individual action directly by the first principle, is another The proposition that happiness is the end and aim of morality, does not mean that no road ought to be laid down to that goal Nobody argues that the art of navigation is not founded on astronomy, because sailors cannot wait to calculate the Nautical Almanack.

::“ and hope
::“ For all those people who have lost or misplaced something that was dear to them, as I have, never give up the dream of searching – never let go of the hope that you ’ ll find it because after all these many years, at last, my Oscar has been returned to me .”
::“ For all those people who have lost or misplaced something that was dear to them, as I have, never give up the dream of searching – never let go of the hope that you ’ ll find it because after all these many years, at last, my Oscar has been returned to me .”

::“ and their
::“ I agree with you that the right way of testing actions by their consequences, is to test them by the natural consequences of the particular action, and not by those which would follow if everyone did the same.

::“ and effects
::“ It is true there are cases in which, if we confine ourselves to the effects of the first order, the good will have an incontestable preponderance over the evil.

::“ and except
::“ involves our saying, for instance, that a world in which absolutely nothing except pleasure existed — no knowledge, no love, no enjoyment of beauty, no moral qualities — must yet be intrinsically better — better worth creating — provided only the total quantity of pleasure in it were the least bit greater, than one in which all these things existed as well as pleasure .”

::“ and ;
::“ One ought to abide by the general principles whose general inculcation is for the best ; harm is more likely to come, in actual moral situations, from questioning these rules than from sticking to them, unless the situations are very extra-ordinary ; the results of sophisticated felicific calculations are not likely, human nature and human ignorance being what they are, to lead to the greatest utility .”

::“ and all
::“ happiness, private happiness, is the proper or ultimate end of all our actions each particular action may be said to have its proper and peculiar end …( but )….
::“ Utilitarian ethics makes all of us members of the same moral community.
::“ They ’ re supposed to say, ‘ I got this student, her attendance is good, her GPA is all right — can you interview this person ?’ They ’ re not doing that ,” she said.
::“ In the traditional view, it is assumed that there exists a reality in space-time and that this reality is a given thing, all of whose aspects can be viewed or articulated at any given moment.

::“ and which
::“ Presentation of the Virgin ” takes place in front of Cathedral of Bourges, which was known to the Duke ( Longnon, Cazelles and Meiss 1969 ).

::“ and have
::“ If we consider ‘ The will ’ by Kamel Selim in 1939 the beginning of Egyptian realism in cinema, so we have to admit that ‘ House-Boat No. 70 ’ by Khairy Beshara, 1982, is the start of the new realism ”

::“ and life
After his arrest, Popitz told the Gestapo ::“ As somebody who was very familiar with conditions in the System period the Weimar Republic, my view of the Jewish question was that the Jews ought to disappear from the life of the state and the economy.

::“ and is
::“ Now it is evident from the nature of God, viz.
::“ It is quite compatible with the principle of utility to recognise the fact, that some kinds of pleasure are more desirable and more valuable than others.
::“ The only proof capable of being given that an object is visible, is that people actually see it.
::“ there is, from the ethical point of view, no symmetry between suffering and happiness, or between pain and pleasure In my opinion human suffering makes a direct moral appeal, namely, the appeal for help, while there is no similar call to increase the happiness of a man who is doing well anyway.
::“ Surely the utilitarian must admit that whatever the facts of the matter may be, it is logically possible that an ‘ unjust ’ system of punishment — e. g. a system involving collective punishments, retroactive laws and punishments, or punishments of parents and relations of the offender — may be more useful than a ‘ just ’ system of punishment ?”
::“ It is the beginningless round of rebirths that is called the ’ Wheel of the round of rebirths ’ ( saṃsāracakka ).
::“ It is much better to kill only such you want, without wasting your powder and lead, then to be firing into God ’ s creatures in such a wicked manner .” ( Natty to Judge Marmeduke ) – Chapter III, The Slaughter of Pigeons

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" We knew they were bringing great talent through their farm system, but we certainly didn't expect it to pay off with big-league success so quickly ," said Will Lingo, editor of Baseball America.
" " We are certainly putting more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere ," he told The Daily Telegraph in 2009.
In June 1937, when Lord Mount Temple, the Chairman of the Anglo-German Fellowship, asked to see the British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain after meeting Hitler in a visit arranged by Ribbentrop, Robert Vansittart, the British Foreign Office's Undersecretary wrote a memo stating that :" The P. M. Minister should certainly not see Lord Mount Temple – nor should the S of S. We really must put a stop to this eternal butting in of amateurs – and Lord Mount Temple is a particularly silly one.
We certainly do not have any experience of minds creating physical objects out of nothing ; from a first-person perspective, we surely have no experience or idea of what that would even be like.
In an Interview with The Brooklyn Rail he said, " We certainly should not be initiating a war, as it ’ s not a clear and present danger to the United States, or in fact, to anyone around it.
: We were happy enough working on the land, but we knew more and more certainly that the ways of the old settlements were not for us.
Internal memos from the time show that every one of RCA's executive corps disliked it so much that one of them insisted " We certainly can't release that one ".
We also know that President Washington inspected the paper mill in Roslyn park, and it certainly doesn't take much imagination to have the Father of Our Country riding, or walking, the 100 yards to what was to become East Hills.
In the Meditation each of the heads casts about for the sense of its situation, considers the nature of the light, probes for certainties amid the darkness and then makes an attempt to imagine what has happened to the other two corners of this particular Eternal Triangle We can now see that the heads are not chained exclusively to their ‘ past ’, their narration ( s ): they are victims of the light, certainly, but not only victims, for they can recognize themselves as such and can speak of the light when forced to speak by the light.
One of them wrote from Maumee,We shall certainly be made prisoners .” They knew Michigan was resolved to enforce its right over Toledo.
William Lloyd Garrison's paper The Liberator reprinted the item, adding " We are very sorry ( as will be a host of others ) to lose Lucy Stone, and certainly no less glad to gain Lucy Blackwell.
We were in the Virgin Islands and I certainly wasn ’ t going to be rehearsing in New York, then going back to the Virgin Islands, then coming back up to New York and singing .” Ringo Starr ’ s commitment had never been in question, and he ’ d even interrupt the filming of his movie Blindman in Almeria, Spain, in order to attend.
We may admire them for drawing the line somewhere, but certainly not for their consistency.
At an address at the National Press Club on 21 November he reported that, as of the end of 1967, the communists were " unable to mount a major offensive ... I am absolutely certain that whereas in 1965 the enemy was winning, today he is certainly losing ... We have reached an important point when the end begins to come into view.
We might be tempted to regard this discourse as a fabrication of later date, were it not for the fact that a Latin hymn directed against the Albigenses, and certainly belonging to the early 13th century, speaks in exactly similar terms.
We cannot cut off these relationships because of concern about security, but experience has certainly shown that we must calculate the risks involved
" We will consider it ," Pius XII reportedly replied, adding: " certainly, most favorably, with all our love.
There are retranslations into Greek of Byzantine date, embodied in universal histories, of which Smith adds, " We may add to this account, that the writers of the Byzantine period, such as Joannes Malelas, Constantinus Porphyrogenitus, Georgius Cedrenus, Constantinus Manasses, Joannes and Isaacus Tzetzes, with others, quote largely from this Dictys as an author of the highest and most unquestionable authority, and he certainly was known as early as the age of Aelian.
We are certainly hopeful that a 2011 Grand Prix could take place at the site.
I certainly believe, that at the moment we need ... to reduce the number of Asians ... We don't want the divisions of South Africa, we don't want the divisions of London.
In 2009, Pride Park was earmarked as a possible World Cup venue when Derby County announced its intention to apply to be one of the host cities as part of England's bid for the 2018 World Cup Finals, with Derby Chief Executive Tom Glick saying that " What we board know is that Derby already has the core elements to be a host city ... We are going to find out what the requirements are but we are certainly expecting that the requirement would be at least 40, 000 seats.
" We certainly had no feeling that we were creating some scientific breakthrough !... We put the engine at the rear ... because it was the practical thing to do ," Cooper said.
We cannot here do more than enumerate the leading troubadours and briefly indicate in what conditions their poetry was developed and through what circumstances it fell into decay and finally disappeared: Peire d ' Alvernha, who in certain respects must be classed with Marcabru ; Arnaut Daniel, remarkable for his complicated versification, the inventor of the sestina, a poetic form for which Dante and Petrarch express an admiration difficult for us to understand ; Arnaut de Mareuil, who, while less famous than Arnaut Daniel, certainly surpasses him in elegant simplicity of form and delicacy of sentiment ; Bertran de Born, now the most generally known of all the troubadours on account of the part he is said to have played both by his sword and his sirveniescs in the struggle between Henry II of England and his rebel sons, though the importance of his part in the events of the time seems to have been greatly exaggerated ; Peire Vidal of Toulouse, a poet of varied inspiration who grew rich with gifts bestowed on him by the greatest nobles of his time ; Guiraut de Borneil, lo macsire dels trobadors, and at any rate master in the art of the so-called close style ( trebar clus ), though he has also left us some songs of charming simplicity ; Gaucelm Faidit, from whom we have a touching lament ( plaint ) on the death of Richard Cœur de Lion ; Folquet of Marseille, the most powerful thinker among the poets of the south, who from being a merchant and troubadour became an abbot, and finally bishop of Toulouse ( d. 1231 ).

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