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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.
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Although he is perfectly willing to cooperate with Scotland Yard, Holmes has nothing but contempt for the intelligence and mentality of the police.
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 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.
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Although the very act of codification was a radical innovation, given the precedent-based design of the Roman legal system, the jurists were generally conservative, and constantly looked to past Roman practice and theory for guidance.
Although the city of Rome was in ruins, distant from the seat of secular power, and constantly harassed by invaders, the Roman Patriarchate remained the center of the Western or Latin Church.
Although Plato famously condemned poetic myth when discussing the education of the young in the Republic, primarily on the grounds that there was a danger that the young and uneducated might take the stories of Gods and heroes literally, nevertheless he constantly refers to myths of all kinds throughout his writings.
Although the range of narratives, as well as the medium in which it is being told is constantly increasing, it is clear that myth continues to be a pervasive and essential component of the collective imagination ( Cormer, " Narrative.
Although the sequences that replicate more slowly cannot sustain their abundance level by themselves, they are constantly replenished as sequences that replicate faster mutate into them.
Although nothing " improper " was displayed, the obviously much closer chemistry between Steed and Peel constantly suggests intimacy between the two.
Although they shared a similar language and culture, these three kingdoms constantly fought with each other for control of the peninsula.
Although constantly hampered by the magnates and foreign courts of Brandenburg and Austria ( Austria even tried to oust Sobieski and replace him with Charles of Lorraine ), Sobieski managed to completely reform the Polish army.
Although Commonwealth forces were almost constantly shuffled between wars in the East ( with Muscovy ), north ( with Sweden ) and South ( with Ottomans – the Polish-Ottoman wars ), Sigismund took advantage of the civil war in Russia ( the Time of Troubles ) and secured temporary territorial gains for the Commonwealth.
Although few major Qiang invasions were carried out, never successfully, such a military deployment constantly drained the treasury and was a cradle for ambitious militarists, the most famous of whom was Dong Zhuo ( 130s – 192 ), the pretender to the Han court from 189-192.
Although constantly challenged by various pretenders, Sverre fended off his rivals, and when he died in 1202, he was the first King of Norway to have died of natural causes since 1130.
Although he was not forthcoming with specific events and incidents, he did talk about the origins of his writing ability ; Richardson would tell stories to his friends and spent his youth constantly writing letters.
Although the Bouffes-Parisiens played to full houses, the theatre was constantly on the verge of running out of money, principally because of what his biographer Alexander Faris calls " Offenbach's incorrigible extravagance as a manager ".
Although most of the engineering work has been completed, the release has been constantly postponed.
Although on the surface level Esther's life seems to be in perfect order-she has got a good job, she is happily married, her children are well-behaved, they all are quite wealthy, they do not suffer from any illnesses-Esther is constantly suffering in some way or other.
Although the two are constantly involved in disputes over Archie or something else that evokes jealousy between the two ( even though Betty does choose Reggie ), they have remained the best of friends since their childhood.
Although Bloom has never been a practicing Jew, converted to Roman Catholicism to marry Molly, and has in fact received Christian baptism on three different occasions, he is of Jewish heritage and is constantly mistaken and ridiculed for being a Jew.
Although a Generalissimus, with supreme authority over the entire Austrian army, Charles's position was constantly undermined by his Imperial brother and the war party at the Court, who were corresponding directly on military matters with his Chief of Staff, General Major Wimpffen and some of the Corps commanders.
Although not a performer, he constantly attended each Friday gig, turning up with sheafs of his latest writings.
Although there are noticeable improvements, a number of episodes still exhibited a " rubber picture " effect, with the image constantly " stretching " in and out from the centre of the screen.
Although the network identifies as a national, part-public broadcaster, it is essentially fully commercially funded, and is constantly in ratings battles with its main rival TV3.
Misty becomes the parental guardian of Togepi, caring for it throughout the series Although she regularly displays a somewhat romantic streak, Misty constantly reins in Brock when he becomes enamored with pretty girls, often pulling him away by the ear.
Although the Earth constantly receives energy from the sun, its chemical composition is essentially fixed, as additional matter is only occasionally added by meteorites.
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Although the government was probably prepared for elections by mid-1958, the first decision was no doubt made more difficult as party strife multiplied.
Although it was at the Battle of The Little Horn, about which more words have been written than any other battle in American history, that the 7th Cavalry first made its mark in history, the regiment was ten years old by then.
Although there was no doubt in my mind and we've been handling it as one I'm glad to have it made official ''.
Although progress has been made in America's system of libraries it still falls short of what is required if we are to maintain the standards that are needed for an informed America.
Although the particular form of conceptualization which popular imagination had made in response to the experience of spirit was undoubtedly defective, the raw experience itself which led to such excesses remains with us as vividly as ever.
Although his respect for Aristotle was diminished as his travels made it clear that much of Aristotle's geography was clearly wrong, when the old philosopher released his works to the public, Alexander complained " Thou hast not done well to publish thy acroamatic doctrines ; for in what shall I surpass other men if those doctrines wherein I have been trained are to be all men's common property?
Although short a was not written, as in the Indic abugidas, one could argue that the linear arrangement made this a true alphabet.
Although discomforts are made part of certain Jewish conceptions of the afterlife, the concept of " eternal damnation ", so prevalent in other religions, is no tenet of the Jewish afterlife.
Although punishments are made part of certain Christian conceptions of the afterlife, the prevalent concept of " eternal damnation " is a tenet of the Christian afterlife.
Although hydrogen-like orbitals are still used as pedagogical tools, the advent of computers has made STOs preferable for atoms and diatomic molecules since combinations of STOs can replace the nodes in hydrogen-like atomic orbital.
Although Dürer made no innovations in these areas, he is notable as the first Northern European to treat matters of visual representation in a scientific way, and with understanding of Euclidean principles.
Although observations of some aerodynamic effects such as wind resistance ( e. g. drag ) were recorded by Aristotle, Leonardo da Vinci and Galileo Galilei, very little effort was made to develop a rigorous quantitative theory of air flow prior to the 17th century.
Although gold has an atomic number of 79, immediately after Rutherford's paper appeared in 1911 Antonius Van den Broek made the intuitive suggestion that atomic number is nuclear charge.
Although many types of balls are today made from rubber, this form was unknown outside the Americas until after the voyages of Columbus.
Although each variant of bridge has its own particular scheme for awarding and accumulating points, all are based upon whether or not the contract for each deal was made or defeated and by how many tricks.
Although each country has made its own adaptations and changes to the format, the contestants are confined to a specially designed house where their every action is recorded by cameras and microphones at all times and they are not permitted to make any contact with the outside world.
Although contacts between Cubans and foreign visitors were made legal in 1997, extensive censorship has isolated it from the rest of the world.
Although most early codices were made of papyrus, papyrus was fragile and supplies from Egypt, the only place where papyrus grew and was made into paper, became scanty ; the more durable parchment and vellum gained favor, despite the cost.
Although the Terni is somewhat obstructed, it is believed that it could easily be made navigable for small craft.
Although evangelical sentiments were uttered by some of the members in favor of the supreme authority of the Scriptures and justification by faith, no concession whatever was made to Protestantism.
Although previous big-name pitchers, including Bill Swift, Bret Saberhagen, and Darryl Kile, had struggled in Colorado, following the 2000 season O ' Dowd made two very splashy signings in the free-agent market, signing Denny Neagle to a five-year contract worth $ 51 million, followed five days later by signing Mike Hampton to an eight-year, $ 121 million contract.