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One and good
One day, Ching had told him ( smiling, patting him on the back ) as they walked to the weekly conference of squad leaders, `` Keep it up, your squad is good, one of the best, keep it up, keep up the good work ''.
One good way to cut your labor waste is to make sure you are using just the right number of men in each crew.
One who could be linked to anti-Semitism only by overcoming his objections is scarcely a good specimen of the Jew-baiter throughout the ages.
One has to talk confidentially with some of the directors of vocational high schools to realize that a boy cannot just say, `` I want to be a plumber '', and then, by doing good work, find a job.
One good indication of the two men's personalities is the way they reacted to meeting their own heroes.
One looked forward to Mr. Remarque's ninth book if only because not even a reasonably good novel has yet been written grounded on automobile racing, as dramatic a sport as mankind has devised.
One important piece of advice Yamamoto gave Kurosawa was that a good director needed to master screenwriting.
One may also acquire Tasbih and recite the names of Allah in such manner as " SubahannAllah " or Glory be to Allah in Arabic over and over again to acquire good deeds.
One can get by without referring to charts, but they are an important tool and a part of good anchoring gear, and a skilled mariner would not choose to anchor without them.
One example being that humans are argued to find beautiful and prefer landscapes which were good habitats in the ancestral environment.
One of the cookbooks that proliferated in the colonies was The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy written by Hannah Glasse, wrote of disdain for the French style of cookery, stating “ the blind folly of this age that would rather be imposed on by a French booby, than give encouragement to a good English cook !” Of the French recipes, she does add to the text she speaks out flagrantly against the dishes as she “… think it an odd jumble of trash .” Reinforcing the anti-French sentiment was the French and Indian War from 1754-1764.
One of them is instructing one of his players ( Rudi Stein in the 1976 original and Daragabrigadien in the remake ) to get hit on purpose in order to load the bases, knowing he has a very good batter coming up next ( Engelberg and Leak, respectively ).
One of the difficulties in determining how good a player is at stealing bases is whether to judge the cumulative number of steals or the success ratio of steals to caught stealing.
One of the most common objections to rule-consequentialism is that it is incoherent, because it is based on the consequentialist principle that what we should be concerned with is maximizing the good, but then it tells us not to act to maximize the good, but to follow rules ( even in cases where we know that breaking the rule could produce better results ).
One way to divide various consequentialisms is by the types of consequences that are taken to matter most, that is, which consequences count as good states of affairs.
The pair had unexpected success in their first season finishing just outside the play-offs, and 1992 – 93 began promisingly and Charlton looked good bets for promotion in the new Division One ( the new name of the old Second Division following the formation of the Premier League ).
One of his most memorable exchanges on HIGNFY occurred when he scathingly joked to fellow guest Piers Morgan that the Daily Mirror was now, thanks to Morgan ( then its editor ), almost as good as The Sun.
One who serves God out of love studies the Torah and practices the precepts and walks in the way of wisdom for no ulterior motive at all, neither out of fear of evil nor in order to acquire the good, but follows the truth because it is true and the good will follow the merit of attaining to it.
One good example is the word " methinks ", with the meaning " it seems to me ".
One of the oldest is Dublin Castle, which was first founded as a major defensive work on the orders of King John of England in 1204, shortly after the Norman invasion of Ireland in 1169, when it was commanded that a castle be built with strong walls and good ditches for the defence of the city, the administration of justice, and the protection of the King ’ s treasure.
One of Thomas ' last poems, " Do not go gentle into that good night ", was a villanelle to his father, who died from pneumonia just before Christmas 1952.

One and thing
One thing was certain -- his method was effective, so effective that after a time even the warning notices were often unnecessary.
`` One thing, Summers '', Brenner said.
One thing you can say about Mr. Lyford is that he does not suffer from any insecurity as an American.
One thing Papa had not taught Henrietta was how to handle a young man as high-spirited and opinionated as herself.
`` One thing I notice which I have seldom heard mentioned.
One species is restricted to statements which are neither explicit nor precise regarding a particular person, place, time or thing.
One can make them say the same thing only by not listening to them very carefully and hearing only what one wants to hear.
One thing, I am sure of, you must get an interest in life.
One thing should be clear to both husband and wife -- neither pain nor profuse bleeding has to occur when the hymen is ruptured during the first sex act.
One thing, he thought, nobody knows about it yet.
`` One thing we haven't discussed, expense money.
One thing is certain, however, and that is that he is far more slavish to the detailed accents, phrasings and contours of the music he deals with than a confident dance creator need be.
One thing was becoming increasingly sure.
One thing that is consistent about Poirot's retirement is that his fame declines during it, so that in the later novels he is often disappointed when characters ( especially younger characters ) recognize neither him nor his name:
The Count of Mérode-Westerloo, commander of the Flemish troops in Tallard's army wrote – " One thing is certain: we delayed our march from Alsace for far too long and quite inexplicably.
One thing alone I ask of you, holy Fathers, permit me to live in silence in these forests, near the bones of 17 of my brethren now dead.
A scholar later stated that " One thing you almost never find in a science fiction fanzine is science fiction.
Richardson was suspended from duty for a month, and in the One Rule for One episode of Frontline, fictional reporter Martin di Stasio is suspended for a month for doing exactly the same thing.
One difference between false cognates and false friends is that while false cognates mean roughly the same thing in two languages, false friends bear two distinct ( sometimes even opposite ) meanings.
:" One thing I believe I can assure you: that of my works will certainly endure the second act of Guglielmo Tell, the third act of Otello, and all of il Barbiere di Seviglia.
One thing I will say is we will not reveal him to be a serial killer.
One of the slogans of the television advertisements stated that Intellivision was " the closest thing to the real thing "; one example in an advertisement compared golf games.

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