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" Again, how immeasurably greater is the pleasure, when a man feels a thing to be his own ; for surely the love of self is a feeling implanted by nature and not given in vain, although selfishness is rightly censured ; this, however, is not the mere love of self, but the love of self in excess, like the miser's love of money ; for all, or almost all, men love money and other such objects in a measure.
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Again, if this is a true observation, it may reflect a real change in how the media consumer perceives negative events.
Again, both services struggled, hampered by high prices and heavy limitations on how downloaded files could be used once paid for.
Brand appeared on the 25 March 2007 episode of Play It Again where she was required to learn how to play the organ in just four months.
: Again, his disciples said: Tell us clearly how they came down from the invisibilities, from the immortal to the world that dies?
Again, it demonstrated Blatchford's observation that " what is particularly compelling – and telling – is how radically different are the faces she presents " to each audience.
Again, how are we to devise a mesh of net that shall let go the small soles and undersized fry of other sea fish, and keep marketable fish only?
Again sadly it calls into question the professionalism of these players, how committed they are to putting in the effort, their application in fulfilling their potential and the advice they have been getting from their advisors.
Again, by considering how and if the hydrogen atoms were involved in each, researchers predicted whether or not they would expect an effect of isotopic substitution of them.
The song Grampa was supposed to sing in his flashback, showing how he posed as a German cabaret singer in World War II, was " Falling in Love Again ( Can't Help It )" by Marlene Dietrich.
Exceptions include " Color Me True ", a more somber selection about how one fits in with society, Sly's solo number " Don't Burn Baby ", and " I'll Never Fall in Love Again ", a slow ballad sung by Larry Graham.
Again, whenever a waste pile becomes empty, no matter how many cards it previously had, it is filled with a card from the wastepile.
Again, there is the vexed question of how to assess stabilising selection as contributing to advanced status ; empirically we can see very little reason to regard say, a simple-looking living Onychophoran as anything but primitive, when it is hardly distinguishable from a fossil half a billion years old, but that is no coincidence ; its stable anatomy endured for hundreds of millions of years during which any specimen deviating too far from the norm reproduced poorly.
Again, the group sizes to be chosen depend on the exact details of how fast signals propagate within logic gates and from one logic gate to another.
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Again, the inverting input approaches the comparator's output voltage asymptotically, and the cycle repeats itself once the non-inverting input is greater than the inverting input, hence the system oscillates.
Again, fortunately for Chkalov, he had the honor of being “ the Soviet Union ’ s most famous pilot .” Chkalov ’ s life story ( as the government chose to represent it ) reflects the traits of Stalin ’ s New Soviet Man – apolitical, forever young ( he died in an accident at the age of thirty-four ), a master of nature, and as concerned with the greater good ( the integrity of his experimental aircraft ) as he was with his own life.
" Maslin also thought highly of Connery in the role, observing that " in Never Say Never Again, the formula is broadened to accommodate an older, seasoned man of much greater stature, and Mr. Connery expertly fills the bill.
Again, like Quicksilver, reviewers of Confusion were impressed by its quality, some noting the greater complexity and others its more action oriented approach.
Again, the security was the primary responsibility of the Metropolitan Police ; although the Queen was not present at the time, it raised fears of the possibility of a terrorist attack on the palace, and gave rise to calls for the British Army to be given a greater hand in the overall security of the Royal Family.
Again, sensations are not single, but generally combined with others, which either confirm or contradict them ; and the greater this combination the greater is the probability of that being true which the rest combine to confirm ; and the case in which the greatest number of conceptions, each in themselves apparently most true, should combine to affirm that which also in itself appears most true, would present to Carneades the highest probability, and his nearest approach to truth.
:" Again, as respects the question of absolute size, it is established that the difference between the largest and the smallest healthy human brain is greater than the difference between the smallest healthy human brain and the largest chimpanzee's or orang's brain.
Again, this is because greater absolute frequency stability is possible there, the Doppler rates are lower, beamwidths are broader for a given gain, and collecting area is cheaper than at the high end of the window.
Blore was also an actor who played roles such as butlers in various Hollywood films, while Handley later found greater fame in the BBC radio comedy show It's That Man Again.
In the Eurovision Song Contest, Precious did not carry off the grand prix with " Say It Again ", sharing 12th position, but this was not to stop them from continuing a greater pop career.
Gee achieved even greater heights in 1983 when she played the role of Patrica in the unofficial James Bond film Never Say Never Again opposite Sean Connery.
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Again, Henley's attitude of defiance which colors his ideal of self-mastery is far from characteristic of a Stoic thinker like Marcus Aurelius, whose gentle acquiescence is almost Christian, comparable to the patience expressed in Milton's sonnet on his own blindness.
Again omitting recent developments, E.T. Leeds' dictum of 1913 has stood unchallenged: `` So far as archaeology is concerned, there is not the least warrant for the second ( shore occupied by ) of these theories ''.
Again Reverend Corder saved the bridge when Union soldiers planned to destroy it, after filling its two lanes with hay and straw -- but for what reason is not recorded nor remembered, certainly not because of pressure from an opposing Confederate force.
Again, contrary to popular belief, there is nothing crazy or frantic about Parker either musically or emotionally.
Again, India has imposed formidable barriers against the entrance of additional missionaries, and fanatical Hindu parties are expected to seek further action against Christians once the influence making for tolerance due to Nehru and his followers is gone.
Again, Poirot is not reliable as a narrator of his personal history and there is no evidence that Christie sketched it out in any depth.
Again the estimated population variance of 30 is computed correctly by Algorithm II, but the naive algorithm now computes it as − 170. 66666666666666.
Again, this difference is much more obvious to a Turkish speaker, for whom and are separate phonemes, than to an English speaker, for whom they are allophones of a single phoneme.
*" When Johnny Comes Marching Home " ( sometimes " When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again ") is a popular song of the American Civil War that expressed people's longing for the return of their friends and relatives who were fighting in the war.
Again and again he repeats the advice that nothing should be hazarded unless one's army is completely secure, a rule which he himself neglected with such brilliant results in 1796.
Again, Schub has the answer-since the Cookie Jar is still successful, they can turn the entire town into one big Cookie Jar!
Again, hop presence is low to undetectable, providing just enough bitterness so that the sweetness is not cloying and the aftertaste is muted.
Again, Rosenthal claims that this can only be an instance of a visual stimulus of which the subject is not aware, and which there is therefore nothing it is like to experience.
Again from the Heine – Borel theorem, the closed unit ball of any finite-dimensional normed vector space is compact.