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For example, "... And there was evening and there was morning, one day ".
( 1958 ), "... And How to Avoid Them ".
And according to Richard Hughes, "... both men scrupulous in their personal and financial dealings.
Additionally, Carroll inserted on his own expense an " Easter Greeting " into the first edition of his poem after it already was printed: "... And if I have written anything to add to those stores of innocent and healthy amusement that are laid up in books for the children I love so well, it is surely something I may hope to look back upon without shame and sorrow ( as how much of life must then be recalled!
Conversely, the band's transition from lengthy, complex songs to more compact, simplistic, radio-friendly material was not welcomed by critics ; Rolling Stone's review of ... And Then There Were Three ... read: "... this contemptible opus is but the palest shadow of the group's earlier accomplishments.
And while two of his disciples, Bhāgodās and Dharmadās, did write much of it down, "... there is also much that must have passed, with expected changes and distortions, from mouth to mouth, as part of a well-established oral tradition.
His last Superman story, "... And We Are The Dreamers Of The Dreams!
Although several orders for these stories have been proposed by fans, according to Zelazny himself ( commentary quoted in the biography "... And Call Me Roger ": The Literary Life of Roger Zelazny, Part 6 and in the " A Word from Zelazny " sections that accompany these stories ), the correct order of the stories is this ( i. e., the order in which they were written ):
* In Hilaire Belloc's Cautionary Tales for Children, Charles Augustus Fortescue "... thus became immensely Rich, / And built the Splendid Mansion which / Is called The Cedars, Muswell Hill, / Where he resides in affluence still ..."
Unfortunately, the academy struggled financially from the start because of, as administrators would conclude, "... its location in a setting of relatively few Methodists, of limited means ..." And so, in 1825, it removed to Wilbraham, Massachusetts.
In 2008 – 2010, "... And Justice for All " was played again on rare occasions during their World Magnetic Tour.
One of Cronkite's trademarks was ending the CBS Evening News with the phrase "... And that's the way it is ," followed by the date.
Yorke's other collaborations include the 1998 single " Rabbit in Your Headlights ", which he sang and co-wrote with DJ Shadow and which closes Psyence Fiction, the debut album by the group UNKLE ; " El President ", a 1998 duet with Isabel Monteiro of the band Drugstore, which was also released as a single, and vocals on the 2010 track "... And The World Laughs with You " by experimental musician and producer Flying Lotus of Warp Records.
* On the Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds double album, Abattoir Blues / The Lyre of Orpheus, Johnny Thunders is mentioned in the song " There She Goes my Beautiful World ", singing "... And Johnny Thunders was half alive when he wrote ' Chinese Rocks '"( although Johnny performed and recorded ' Chinese Rocks ' it was written by his friend and fellow punk rocker Dee Dee Ramone ).
And even as Kant " had to do away with knowledge to make room for faith ," Jaspers values Nietzsche in large measure because he thinks that Nietzsche did away with knowledge, thus making room for Jaspers ' philosophic faith "...
In the poem, a man strangles his lover-Porphyria-with her hair ; "... and all her hair / In one long yellow string I wound / Three times her little throat around ,/ And strangled her.
When Adam Carolla asked him "... And did you go to Juilliard?
The last issue of his run as editor included a darkly comic short story he wrote in college, "... And the Birds Hummed Dirges!
And since many of his results were not applicable to the science or engineering of his day, Apollonius further argued in the preface of the fifth book of Conics that the subject is one of those that "... seem worthy of study for their own sake.
* A Chorus Line-1975 (" Opening ," " Nothing ," " At The Ballet ," "... And ," " What I Did For Love ")
And contains further, "... affirming today their respect for international law, ... working to reclaim their legitimate place among nations ,... have endeavored at the same time to preserve the unity of their homeland.
He was an exponent of the commentator's curse, noting in an interview that he might say how well a driver was racing or that they would probably win the race, only to have them retire or crash out of the race shortly thereafter, hence his catchphrase "... Unless I'm very much mistaken ..." which might lead shortly after to a correction "... And I am very much mistaken ..." to introduce the correction of the foregoing comment if it turned out in the event to be incorrect.

"... and everything
But, Errico Malatesta put it: "... instead of running the risk of making a confusion in trying to distinguish what you and I each do, let us all work and put everything in common.
The book is a fictionalised account of Caribbean history, but according to the publisher, "... everything said about Nelson and his frantic search for a wealthy life is based on fact.
' the baby is everything as far as he knows-" all powerful "... every step he takes towards establishing his own limits and boundaries will be painful because he'll have to lose this original God-like feeling of omnipotence '.
' Here is our answer: We refuse to allow you to speak for all the American people ... We refuse to be party to these wars and we repudiate any inference that they are being waged in our name or for our welfare ..." It indicates as inspiration "... Israeli reservists who, at great personal risk, declare ' there IS a limit ' and refuse to serve in the occupation of the West Bank and Gaza ", the abolitionists, and " those who defied the Vietnam war " and concludes, " we will resist the machinery of war and repression and rally others to do everything possible to stop it.
" "... the Hampton band gave with everything, practically wearing itself out with such numbers as Hey Bop a Re Bop, Hamp Boogie and Flying Home ..."
He would also write that "... I was later to read everything that my father had in his library: Dufresne's handbook, separate numbers of the Soviet chess magazines Chess and Chess Sheet, the text-books of Lasker and Capablanca, and the collections of games of Soviet and international tournaments.
Rosen notes that much of the debate is centred over the perception that that rock critics "... regard rock as " normative … the standard state of popular music … to which everything else is compared.
later work, Augustine said: "... there are some who think that only the world was made by God and that everything else is made by the world according to his ordination and command, but that God Himself makes nothing ".
Ramakrishna reportedly had a vision of the goddess Kali as the universal Mother, which he described as "... houses, doors, temples and everything else vanished altogether ; as if there was nothing anywhere!
Of the star, he wrote, "... it is the gifted performance of Maria Falconetti as the Maid of Orleans that rises above everything in this artistic achievement.
also maintained that upon finding himself in the " natural state ", he had lost all acquired knowledge and memories, and had to re-learn everything, as if "... the slate had been wiped clean ".
"... the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you all things and will remind you of everything I have said to you.
" Ward additionally noted that " Make My Head Go Pop ", "... has everything and the kitchen sink thrown into it-keyboards, techno beats, the guitar riff from the Stones ' ' Satisfaction ' and strings.
As BSCP co-founder and First Vice President Milton Price Webster, put it, "... any time we have an American institution composed of white people there is prejudice in it .... In America, if we should stay out of everything that's prejudiced we wouldn't be in anything.
When asked by the House Select Committee on Assassinations staff why he wanted this material, he said "... the point is, he was our man, everything belonged in the White House.
" Biographer Everett Kimball wrote of Dudley, "... in spite of his failings of temper he possessed a good deal of tact and personal charm, by which, when everything else failed, he could sometimes transform an enemy into a friend.
The increasing veneration for the state, the admiration of power, and of bigness for bigness ' sake, the enthusiasm for " organization " of everything ( we now call it " planning ") and that " inability to leave anything to the simple power of organic growth "... are all scarcely less marked in England now than they were in Germany.
"... t is to this pitiable flattery of personal vanity that Christianity owes its victory — it is with this that it has persuaded over to its side everything ill – constituted, rebellious – minded, under – privileged, all the scum and refuse of mankind.
Nietzsche asserted that the Christian "... is a rebel in his lowest instincts against everything privileged — he always lives and struggles for ' equal rights ' ....
" The meaning of the God on the Cross is that "... verything that suffers, everything that hangs on the Cross, is divine ...
Paul realized that "... with the symbol ' God on the Cross ' one could sum up everything down – trodden, everything in secret revolt, the entire heritage of anarchist agitation in the Roman empire, into a tremendous power.
As one newspaper critic noted in 1885, "... red, yellow, chocolate, orange, everything that is loud is in fashion ... if the upper stories are not of red or blue ... they are painted up into uncouth panels of yellow and brown ..." While many of the mansions of Nob Hill were destroyed by the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake, thousands of the mass-produced, more modest houses survived in the western and southern neighborhoods of the city.
He also wrote to Robert Murray Keith: "... from everything I hear and observe, there is not the least doubt that France is working hard at the formation of a League, the object of which, is the Destruction of England ".

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