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“ What I learned was that ... if you leave it up to the audience, they can kill you .” ... “ I felt really violated: they cut up my clothes, stuck rose thorns in my stomach, one person aimed the gun at my head, and another took it away.
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I regard myself as Left of Centre which … is where a Party Leader ought to be … It is no use asking, “ What would Keir Hardie have done ?” We must have at the top men brought up in the present age, not, as I was, in the Victorian Age .’
“ What we need to do is improve our car ’ s efficiency gradually and creep up slowly before others notice.
“ What ” and “ who ” questions are problematic sentences that this treatment method attempts to improve, and they are also two interrogative particles that are strongly related to each other because they reorder arguments from the declarative counterparts.
For instance, therapists have used sentences like, “ Who is the boy helping ?” and “ What is the boy fixing ?” because both verbs are transitive-they require two arguments in the form of a subject and a direct object, but not necessarily an indirect object.
“ What ” and “ who ” questions alter placement of arguments, and “ where ” and “ when ” sentences move adjunct phrases.
“ What Does it Mean to Educate the Whole Child ?” Educational Leadership, September 2005, volume 63, no 1
Dr. Cardew, who, in a later letter to Davies Gilbert, said dryly: “ I could not discern the faculties by which he was afterwards so much distinguished .” Davy said himself: “ I consider it fortunate I was left much to myself as a child, and put upon no particular plan of study ... What I am I made myself .”
What makes this mystery somewhat ironic is that the name " Imhotep " in Ancient Egyptian language translates to “ He who came in peace ,” underlining the way he came into the world, made his impact, and left it in peace taking all his genius work with him.
Gilbert Chase, in his book The Music of Spain, describes Pedrell ’ s influence on Albéniz: “ What Albéniz derived from Pedrell was above all a spiritual orientation, the realization of the wonderful values inherent in Spanish music ".
What Coubertin saw on the playing fields of Rugby and the other English schools he visited was how “ organised sport can create moral and social strength ”.
In talks, interviews and round-table discussions broadcast on Hessen Radio, South-West Radio and Radio Bremen, Adorno discussed topics as diverse as “ The Administered World ” ( September 1950 ), “ What is the Meaning of ‘ Working Through the Past ?”’ ( February 1960 ) to “ The Teaching Profession and its Taboos ” ( August 1965 ).
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" Christ opened the doors of hell to missionary work among the dead ..." ( H. Donl Peterson, “ I Have a Question ,” Ensign, Apr.
This belief is grounded in the Gospel of John passage “ You heard me say, ‘ I am going away and I am coming back to you .’ If you loved me, you would be glad that I am going to the Father, for the Father is greater than I.
Tiberius took Agrippina by her hand and quoted the Greek line: “ And if you are not queen, my dear, have I then you wrong ?”
After the indecisive < ref name =" British historian Townsend Miller "> British historian Townsend Miller: “ But, if the outcome of < nowiki > battle of </ nowiki > Toro, militarily, is debatable, there is no doubt whatsoever as to its enormous psychological and political effects ” in The battle of Toro, 1476, in History Today, volume 14, 1964, p. 270 </ ref > Battle of Toro in 1476 against King Ferdinand II of Aragon, the husband of Isabella I of Castile, he went to France to obtain the assistance of Louis XI, but finding himself deceived by the French monarch, he returned to Portugal in 1477 in very low spirits.
However, there are notable exceptions to this in all major translations, such as: “… I am with you always, to the end of the age ” ( NRSV ), the word “ age ” being a translation of aion.
Maillol “ spoke Catalan, wore traditional espadrilles, a sash and a barretina ( the traditional Catalan cap ), he danced sardanes ” and he openly proclaimed his Catalan identity: “ I consider Catalonia my true homeland ”.
“ Carl was telling me I had a natural ability and I should follow that line ,” Pletch later confessed to prosecutors in Missouri.
In the company of Edwin and his loves are a dramatic array of thinly veiled representations of theatrical personages of the time, amongst them Daniel Mendoza, an exacting and powerful impresario, who controls the lives of his leading ladies ; the goatish, démodé manager, Matthew Lewis, who promotes Julia Scarlet as “ the American Sarah Bernhardt ”; the worldly-wise veteran of the stage, Ottilie Potter, who has gotten where she is because, “ Men had what I wanted, and I had what they wanted ”; and the huge, manlike Helen Sampson, chief among theatrical agents.
A self-portrait, a drawing in silverpoint, is dated 1484 ( Albertina, Vienna ) “ when I was a child ," as his later inscription says.
His comment on Numbers 23: 19 has a still more polemical tone: “ God is not a man that he should lie ; neither the son of man, that he should repent ; < font face =" times new roman " size = 3 > if a man says: ‘ I am a god ’ he is a liar ; if he says: ‘ I am a son of man ’ he will have cause to regret it ; and if he says, ‘ I will go up to heaven ’ he has said but will not keep his word ” last phrase is borrowed from B ' midbar 23: 19 ( Yer.
“ As he talked, I thought of my difficulties with writing, my struggles to articulate feelings not easily expressed.
“ It ’ s phonetic Hebrew — that ’ s what it is, all right — and that ’ s what I was getting at with the name Yokum, more so than any attempt to sound hickish ," said Capp.
“ A visit to the ground has only confirmed me ,” Lucas wrote in 1921 ; “ and it was interesting to find that Mr. Apostolides, son of the large local landowner, the hospitality of whose farm at Tekés I enjoyed, was convinced too that the site was by Driskole Krini, for the very sound reason that neither the hills nor the river further east suit Caesar ’ s description .” John D. Morgan in his definitive “ Palae-pharsalus – the Battle and the Town ”, arguing for a site closer still to Krini, where he places Palaepharsalos, writes: “ My reconstruction is similar to Lucas ’ s, and in fact I borrow one of his alternatives for the line of the Pompeian retreat.
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The term ethnologia ( ethnology ) is credited to Adam Franz Kollár ( 1718-1783 ) who used and defined it in his Historiae ivrisqve pvblici Regni Vngariae amoenitates published in Vienna in 1783. as: “ the science of nations and peoples, or, that study of learned men in which they inquire into the origins, languages, customs, and institutions of various nations, and finally into the fatherland and ancient seats, in order to be able better to judge the nations and peoples in their own times .”
In support of this, Erasmus states: “ Anyone who looks closely at the inward nature and essence will find that nobody is further from true wisdom than those people with their grand titles, learned bonnets, splendid sashes and bejeweled rings, who profess to be wisdom ’ s peak ”.
For example, Immanuel Kant used pure description to discuss recognition and its components and Sir Francis Bacon claimed that the simple observation of the rote recollection of a previously learned list was “ no use to the art ” of memory.
According to Stephen Suleyman Schwartz, in his book " The Two Faces of Islam ", “ some say that during this vagabondage Ibn Abdul Wahhab came into contact with certain Englishmen who encouraged him to personal ambition as well as to a critical attitude about Islam .” Specifically, Mir ’ at al Harramin, a Turkish work by Ayyub Sabri Pasha, written in 1888, states that in Basra, Abdul Wahhab had come into contact with a British spy by the name of Hempher, who “ inspired in him the tricks and lies that he had learned from the British Ministry of the Commonwealth .”
She recalls learning English " kinda of late " only knowing the dialogue she had learned for the casting beyond that, she could only say, “ How are you ?” and “ Thank you .”
We can evidence historical confusion on this point from Abu Ma ' shar's subsequent remark “ It is sometimes said that the very learned man who wrote the book of astrology also wrote the book of the Almagest.
It has been claimed that Paley was not a very original thinker and that the philosophical part of his treatise on ethics is “ an assemblage of ideas developed by others and is presented to be learned by students rather than debated by colleagues .” Nevertheless, his book The Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy ( 1785 ) was a required text at Cambridge and Smith says that Paley ’ s writings were “ once as well known in American colleges as were the readers and spellers of William McGuffey and Noah Webster in the elementary schools .” Although now largely missing from the philosophical canon, Schneewind writes that " utilitarianism first became widely known in England through the work of William Paley.
In contrast, Economic norms theory shows how market-contracting is a learned norm, and state spending, regulation, and redistribution are necessary to ensure that most everyone can participate in the “ social market ” economy, which is in everyone ’ s interests.
In 1937, while in the process of opening a second store in Mason City, Iowa it was learned that another company had already registered the name “ Payless ” in the state.
“ Only four years before I learned to play the trumpet in the Waif's Home, or in 1909, the first great jazz orchestra was formed in New Orleans by a cornet player named Dominick James LaRocca.
The boys learned farming and carpentry skills, while the girls were taught ironing, sewing and “ civilized ” dining.
* 496-405 BC-Sophocles “ It is not a learned physician who sings incantations over pains which should be cured by cutting .”
These results were obtained as participants learned through specific mindfulness techniques and biofeedback tools how to make a positive shift in their heart rhythm which stabilizes the autonomic nervous system, reduces the stresshormone cortisol and raises ones level of DHEA, a “ feel-good ” hormone.
The pansy ’ s connection to religion is also mentioned by Harte, who writes: “ From brute beasts humility I learned ;/ And in the pansy ’ s life God ’ s providence discerned ”.
It is likely that folks learned all the local gossip and goings on at the general store barber shop, or on the street corner ,” wrote noted local historian Dorothy Zaykowski, in her book “ Sag Harbor – The Story of an American Beauty .”
A pilot learned to “ trust his instruments ,” not his senses, as visual cues and his motion sense inputs ( what he sensed and “ felt ”) could be incorrect or unreliable.
The song from the film's opening, “ Blues ' Theme ” ( sometimes listed as “ Blue's Theme ”), an aggressive, repetitive and very catchy instrumental showcasing Allan's new fuzzed-out ( heavily distorted ) guitar sound became their biggest hit ( it was also one of the first songs Eddie Van Halen learned to play on brother Alex's guitar ).
Among various points of criticism of the Sōka Gakkai is its teaching of members for praying for material benefit as well as spiritual development in daily life: " This emphasis on benefit has been viewed with great suspicion by some Gakkai critics in the West ".. SGI clarifies the benefit of the practice as: “ Gakkai members learned to chant for vitality, courage, and mental and physical health, adequate food and housing, a decent job, a good spouse and a happy family ..