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All and I
`` All my life '', he said, `` I tried.
`` All I have to do to set the record is to go on down.
All of this, I know, is recent history familiar to you.
`` It would be a disgrace, and, as I have already said to the people of Tennessee, if Hearst is nominated, we may as well pen a dispatch, and send it back from the field of battle: ' All is lost, including our honor ' ''.
All this remembering took place the other night when I had supper with the Ziegfeld Girls at the Beverly Hills Club.
All I could remember was Billie Dove pasted over the ceiling of my big brother's room.
`` All because I didn't feel like dancing ''.
All I want is a picture -- with a few lines.
All this was unknown to me, and yet I had dared to ask her out for the most important night of the year!!
All this, though, is simply a prelude, a curtain-raiser, for what ensues, and I doubt whether any Occidental could accurately forecast it.
`` All right '', I said.
`` All right, you bastards '', I said, `` the great actor is about to buy a drink ''.
`` All right '', he conceded finally, `` if you must know, I don't get along with the landlord.
All polemic of ours should, I believe, be either very broad statements of contrast, or fine points treated singly, and as far as possible impersonally.
And when she returned from taking her guests back to New York she had said, `` All they talked about was Harvie Harvie this, Harvie that When they know the truth will they drop away from me, will I become a nothing ''??
`` All right '', I said.
All that day and Monday I drank just enough to orbit but not make deep space.
All I know is that they are gone ''.
`` All I know is that you were outside the bubbles last night, and you were the only sentient being who came in or out of our alarm web.
All Quiet on the Western Front () is a novel by Erich Maria Remarque, a German veteran of World War I.
All it took to make him blossom, as I later learned, was a little praise.
Lerner wrote in his autobiography ( as quoted by The New York Times ): " All I can say is that if I had no flair for marriage, I also had no flair for bachelorhood.

All and ever
All the rest of the days in the White House would be shadowed by the tragic loss, even though the President tried harder than ever to make his little dry jokes and to tease the people around him.
All of which makes it more imperative than ever that the biological and genetic effects of fallout be understood.
`` All there ever was ''??
All these he hung in his burglarproof home called Stone's Throw, outside Pittsburgh, and only people he liked and trusted ever got to see them.
All belong to the collection being given to Wilmington over a period of years by Mrs. Sloan, who has cherished such revelatory items ever since she first studied with Sloan at the Art Students League, New York, in the 1920's.
All that at present can be attempted is, to reproduce a single plane in another plane ; but even this has not been altogether satisfactorily accomplished, aberrations always occur, and it is improbable that these will ever be entirely corrected.
All of these stamps are often found " canceled to order ", meaning they are postmarked without ever having passed through the postal system.
" Ladies and gentlemen, I'm going to show you the greatest kitchen appliance ever made ... All your onions chopped to perfection without shedding a single tear.
In the series finale, " All Good Things ...", Q gives Picard a " helping hand " in saving humanity by helping him figure out what is causing " anti-time " to flow into the universe which will invariably stop humanity from ever being born.
Cross of Iron was reportedly a favorite of Orson Welles who said that after All Quiet on the Western Front it was the finest anti-war film he had ever seen.
Winning the " Oscar " also gave her another unique distinction — since she won two " Razzies " the day before, for her performance in All About Steve, she is the only performer ever to have been named both " Best " and " Worst " for the same year.
Burnel took time out from The Stranglers to fly out to Japan at short notice and join ARB to cover the tour, including appearing at the ' All Japan Rock Festival ' at Hibaya park, becoming the first non-Japanese to ever appear at the festival.
* January 4 – England celebrates its first ever win over the All Blacks in Rugby Union, in particular the 2 famous tries by " The Prince " HH Alexander Obolensky.
All of these medical advances in the knowledge of obstetrics would be the lever for the introduction of men into an arena that had only ever been managed and run by women, midwifery.
At one point Shackleton gave his one biscuit allotted for the day to the ailing Frank Wild, who wrote in his diary: " All the money that was ever minted would not have bought that biscuit and the remembrance of that sacrifice will never leave me ".
In 1986, shortly before his death, Astaire remarked, " All the girls I ever danced with thought they couldn't do it, but of course they could.
All logographic scripts ever used for natural languages rely on the rebus principle to extend a relatively limited set of logograms: A subset of characters is used for their phonetic values, either consonantal or syllabic.
All feathered things yet ever knowne to men,
* In Samuel Butler's novel The Way of All Flesh, Ernest Pontifex's aunt Alethea encourages him to learn carpentry " as a means of kissing the soil should his Hercules ever throw him ;" that is, to learn a trade to live off of in case he chooses not to pursue the object of his studies, theology.
" All of the main debaters there, aged twenty, were the most pompous, self-satisfied, self-important bunch of clowns that I've ever clapped eyes on.
All these new territories were incorporated into the Moselle department, and so Moselle had now a larger territory than ever since 1790.
All the buds are lateral ; no absolutely terminal bud is ever formed.
All attractions that the company has ever sponsored ( except for the Magic Eye Theatre, in the Future World section of Epcot ) were located in Tomorrowland.
All counties organized prior to 1802 were head right counties – no surveys were ever made of those counties.

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