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Although we continue to pay our conversational devotions to `` free private enterprise '', `` individual initiative '', `` the democratic way '', `` government of the people '', `` competition of the marketplace '', etc., we live rather comfortably in a society in which economic competition is diminishing in large areas, bureaucracy is corroding representative government, technology is weakening the citizen's confidence in his own power to make decisions, and the threat of war is driving him economically and physically into the ground ''.
Although it is constantly made to look foolish ( too simple to come in out of the rain, people say, who have found in the innocent an impediment ), it does not mind looking foolish because it is not concerned with how it looks.
Although open to the general public it is not overcrowded ; ;
Although we have no measures of its strength or intensity, the heritage of the doctrine of inalienable rights is retained.
Although because of the important achievements of nineteenth century scholars in the field of textual criticism the advance is not so striking as it was in the case of archaeology and place-names, the editorial principles laid down by Stevenson in his great edition of Asser and in his Crawford Charters were a distinct improvement upon those of his predecessors and remain unimproved upon today.
Although Patchen has given previous evidence of an interest in jazz, the musical group that he works with, the Chamber Jazz Sextet, is often ignored by jazz critics.
Although the false glamour surrounding bourbon or other whisky commercials is possibly no more fatuous than the pseudo-sophistication with which TV soft-drinks are downed or toothpaste applied, there is a sad difference between enticing a viewer into sipping Oopsie-Cola and gulling him into downing bourbon.
Although the United States and the U.S.S.R. have been arguing whether there shall be four, five or six top assistants, the most important element in the situation is not the number of deputies but the manner in which these deputies are to do their work.
`` Although it is not the best of which he is capable '', said Shelley as he closed the book, `` it is still poetry of a high order ''.
Although Sam Rayburn affects a gruff exterior in many instances, nevertheless he is fundamentally a man of warm heart and gentle disposition.
Although a similar situs for tangible property is mentioned in the statute, this is cancelled out by the provision that definite kinds of property `` and all other tangible property '' situated or being in any town is taxable where the property is situated.
Although much of the Industrial Division's promotional effort is devoted to securing new locations and expansions by major industries, small business is also afforded considerable attention.
Although Mr. Brown was not himself its inventor ( it was a French idea ), it is typical that his intuition first conceived the importance of mass producing this basic tool for general use.

Although and perfectly
Although he can hear perfectly well, Doraemon has no ears: his robotic ears were eaten by some robotic mice, giving him a series-long phobia of the creatures.
Although Trotsky stated in his autobiography My Life that he was never perfectly fluent in any language but Russian and Ukrainian, Raymond Molinier wrote that Trotsky spoke fluent French.
Although they are not perfectly stable, a relatively modest effort at station keeping can allow a spacecraft to stay in a desired Lissajous orbit for an extended period of time.
In On the Origin of Species ( 1859 ), Charles Darwin wrote " Although I do not know of any thoroughly well-authenticated cases of perfectly fertile hybrid animals, I have some reason to believe that the hybrids from Cervulus vaginalis and Reevesii [...] are perfectly fertile.
Although the optimal strategy of a game may not ( yet ) be known, a game-playing computer might still benefit from solutions of the game from certain endgame positions ( in the form of endgame tablebases ), which will allow it to play perfectly after some point in the game.
Although Pamela and the title heroine were popular and gave a proper model for how women should act, they inspired " a storm of anti-Pamelas " ( like Henry Fielding's Shamela and Joseph Andrews ) because the character " perfectly played her part ".
Although pure silica is a perfectly viable glass and glass fiber, it must be worked with at very high temperatures, which is a drawback unless its specific chemical properties are needed.
Although Fanny often claims that she and her husband are perfectly suited for one another, Alfred is often dismissive of his wife's behavior and interests
Although such an antenna is resonant and works perfectly well at the higher frequency, the antenna radiation pattern is also altered compared to the half-wave dipole.
Although the films were not well received critically, they performed better at the box office and McDowell was widely praised for his performances and for being perfectly cast.
Although the Chevette had a small engine, it was perfectly capable of sprightly performance.
Although it was not more than two yards wide, and the slope was one of 75 percent, we gave it all kinds of pleasant names: the corridor, the gallery, the railroad, & c., & c ." They imagined all difficulties were at an end ; but a rock couloir, which they had hitherto not observed, lay between them and the final bit of ridge, where progress would be perfectly easy.
Although none of the original manuscripts currently exist, some biblical inerranists argue that the original text has been perfectly preserved and passed down through time.
Although matter is postulated to be very sparse in the Fatio-Le Sage theory, it cannot be perfectly transparent, because in that case no gravitational force would exist.
Although supervenience seems to be perfectly suited to explain the predictions of physicalism ( i. e. the mental is dependent on the physical ), there are four main problems with it.
Although Smith-Dorrien was perfectly urbane and, by the standards of the day, kind-hearted towards his troops, he was notorious for furious outbursts of bad temper, which could last for hours before his equilibrium was restored.
Although the syntax varies quite a bit from language to language, the basic structure ( in pseudocode form ) looks like this: ( The example is actually perfectly valid Visual Basic or QuickBASIC syntax.
Although the game may be played using a joystick, if a player uses the Joyboard, they must sit perfectly still on it with their legs crossed.
Although this system seems confusing and contradictory today, to generations of sailors trained on sailing vessels with tiller steering it seemed perfectly logical and was understood by all seafarers.
Although they physically mimic animals perfectly, and, to an extent, exhibit the usual behaviors of the animals they resemble, dæmons are not true animals, and humans, dæmons, and true animals are usually able to distinguish them on sight.
Although they had different styles of governing, many agree that the style difference complimented both men's talents perfectly.
Although bullets do not move at ' infinite speed ' via perfectly straight trajectories in life, they move fast enough that a hitscan solution is ' good enough ' to simulate their behaviour for the layman.
Although not perfectly clear, the inscription seems to be referring to Heliodoros as a Bhagavata ( Sanskrit: “ One Devoted to Bhagavan ( Lord )”), meaning " a devotee ".

Although and willing
Although Ireland was one of her two kingdoms, Elizabeth faced a hostile — and in places virtually autonomous — Irish population that adhered to Catholicism and was willing to defy her authority and plot with her enemies.
Although the Democratic platform asserted a claim to the entire region, Polk was willing to compromise.
Although both film professionals and investors were willing to support her work, most of the projects she attempted were stopped owing to ever-renewed and highly negative publicity about her past work for the Third Reich.
Although all the spies agreed that the land's resources were spectacular, only two of the twelve spies ( Joshua and Caleb ) were willing to try to conquer it, and are nearly stoned for their unpopular opinion.
Although Gregory stated that he was willing to give up his allegiance to the Eastern Empire and place himself under the protection of the Franks, Charles made no promise to assist.
Although initially willing to stand in the 1984 elections, the UNO, headed by Arturo Cruz ( a former Sandinista ) declined participation in the elections based on their own objections to the restrictions placed on the electoral process by the State of Emergency and the official advisement of President Ronald Reagan's State Department, who feared that their participation would legitimize the election process.
Although he supported an agreement with the Palestinians, he was willing to make no compromise in the war against militant groups such as Hamas, Islamic Jihad, Tanzim, and Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades.
Although Jim and Della are now left with gifts that neither one can use, they realize how far they are willing to go to show their love for each other, and how priceless their love really is.
Although the embargo was in place, the Xiongnu found traders willing to supply their needs.
Although resigned to the abolition of slavery, many former Confederates were not willing to accept the social changes nor political domination by former slaves.
Although the Tangut emperor Shenzong was willing, his court and, in particular, his general Aša-gambu, recommended against it.
Although he was an exceptional student, he was willing neither to be anchored nor to submit to the traditional college system of education.
Although Alger was willing to speak to James, his sexuality was a closely guarded secret.
Although employers were willing to negotiate with each union separately, they refused to bargain with the Building and Metal Trade Councils, disapproving of the constituent unions that had joined the umbrella organization, and citing employers ' inability to meet proposed wage demands.
Although employers were willing to negotiate with each union separately, they refused to bargain with the Building and Metal Trade Councils, disapproving of the constituent unions that had joined the umbrella organization, and citing employers ' inability to meet proposed wage demands.
Although Tamm had left the show on relatively good terms and was willing to film a regeneration sequence for the start of Season 17, she was not invited to do so.
Although single-author story collections generally sell poorly, The Martian Way and Other Stories did well enough that Doubleday science fiction editor Walter I. Bradbury was willing to publish a second collection, Earth Is Room Enough, in 1957.
Although he was initially unable to sell his Knight Engine in the United States, a long sojourn in England, involving extensive further development and refinement by Daimler supervised by their consultant Dr Frederick Lanchester eventually secured Daimler and several luxury car firms as customers willing to pay his expensive premiums.
Although her humour appeared light and frilly on the surface, there was often a serious point to be made: the song " Three Brothers ", for example, appears to recount the happy, busy life of a spinster in lightweight terms, but it essentially describes her willing slavery to her male siblings and their families.
Although the king and the archbishop occasionally clashed when their interests conflicted, both appear to have wished to minimise the disputes and were willing to compromise to secure good relations.
Although Eid ul-Fitr is not a public holidays in Burma, most employers have an understanding of the festival and are usually willing to accommodate days off for Muslim staff.
Although difficult to manufacture and relatively expensive, Autochromes were relatively easy to use and were immensely popular among enthusiastic amateur photographers -- at least, among those who could bear the cost and were willing to sacrifice the convenience of hand-held " snapshooting " in black-and-white.
Although President Bush described nations supporting him as the " coalition of the willing ", the report concluded that it was more accurately described as a " coalition of the coerced.
Although willing to change sides at any time in the interests of his own survival, Silver has compensating virtues: he is wise enough to pay attention to money management, in contrast to the spendthrift ways of most pirates, and is physically courageous despite his disability ; for instance, when Flint's cache is found to be empty, he coolly stands his ground against five grown men despite having only Hawkins to back him.

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