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And and I
And you wanted no part of me when I had so much to give.
And I appreciate the advice ''.
And I had hardly finished my business in the toilet on the aforementioned occasion when the lights in that place, like the hall lights controlled from the switch in the office, flicked off and on impatiently.
And Hank Maguire added, `` So am I, Tom ''.
`` And I sort o' got a corner on the market ''.
`` And I so want the part '', she said.
And that is the way I first saw her when my Uncle brought her into his antique store.
And then I became aware that she, too, glanced at me surreptitiously.
And I will greatly appreciate it if you will not tell your husband.
And when I make the dive again '' -- He paused ; ;
And I aim to have it ''.
`` And now '', said Tilghman with deadly calm, `` I'll repeat what I said.
And therein, I feel, many Northerners delude themselves about the South.
And so I would only touch upon it now ( much as I have long wanted to write a book about it ).
And if I have gone into so much detail about so small a work, that is because it is also so typical a work, representing the germinal form of a conflict which remains essential in Mann's writing: the crude sketch of Piepsam contains, in its critical, destructive and self-destructive tendencies, much that is enlarged and illuminated in the figures of, for instance, Naphta and Leverkuhn.
Being a teacher of American literature, I remembered Whittier's `` Massachusetts To Virginia '', where he said: `` But that one dark loathsome burden ye must stagger with alone, And reap the bitter harvest which ye yourselves have sown ''.
`` I scanned the world through printed symbol swart, And through the beggar's rags I strove to see The inner man.
And I select this sentence as its pertinent summation: `` in essence the drama of his ( Eisenhower's ) Presidency can be described as the ordeal of a nation turned conservative and struggling -- thus far with but limited and precarious success -- to give effective voice and force to that conservatism ''.
I saw a piece the other day assailing William Buckley, author of Man And God at Yale and publisher of The National Review, as no conservative at all, but an old liberal.
And I would further note that they all -- with one exception again -- sang in one key or another the same song.
If I now risk some comparisons with Sons And Lovers let it be clear that I am not comparing the two works or judging their merits ; ;
`` And I think you had better leave '', replied Miriam.

And and suppose
And this means, I suppose, that almost invariably age reveals itself by easily recognizable signs engraved on both the body and the mind.
And suppose that the circumstances have now so changed that the feeling with which we made the remark in the first place has faded.
And I suppose now that you've finally grown up, if a little late, you'd go on producing kittens every six months or so.
) And know, while all this went on, that there was no real reason to suppose that the murderer had been a guest in either hotel.
And suppose a gladiator has been brought to the ground, when do you ever see one twist his neck away after he has been ordered to extend it for the death blow?
And that Christ being Lord, and God the Son of God, and appearing formerly in power as Man, and Angel, and in the glory of fire as at the bush, so also was manifested at the judgment executed on Sodom, has been demonstrated fully by what has been said .” Then I repeated once more all that I had previously quoted from Exodus, about the vision in the bush, and the naming of Joshua ( Jesus ), and continued: “ And do not suppose, sirs, that I am speaking superfluously when I repeat these words frequently: but it is because I know that some wish to anticipate these remarks, and to say that the power sent from the Father of all which appeared to Moses, or to Abraham, or to Jacob, is called an Angel because He came to men ( for by Him the commands of the Father have been proclaimed to men ); is called Glory, because He appears in a vision sometimes that cannot be borne ; is called a Man, and a human being, because He appears arrayed in such forms as the Father pleases ; and they call Him the Word, because He carries tidings from the Father to men: but maintain that this power is indivisible and inseparable from the Father, just as they say that the light of the sun on earth is indivisible and inseparable from the sun in the heavens ; as when it sinks, the light sinks along with it ; so the Father, when He chooses, say they, causes His power to spring forth, and when He chooses, He makes it return to Himself.
And, " I suppose very few People have ever taken such Pains in Translation as I have: though certainly not to be literal.
And suppose that because of your unique abilities, you can do job A twice over ( 100 % extra output ) in the same effort as it would take you to do job B.
And it is plausible to suppose that if his motivation had been different in that respect, he would have enjoyed the cathedral much less .”
And they say Solon loved ; and that is the reason, I suppose, that when afterwards they differed about the government, their enmity never produced any hot and violent passion, they remembered their old kindnesses, and retained " Still in its embers living the strong fire " of their love and dear affection.
And suppose per contra, that were a strictly increasing sequence of open sets.
And I was ashamed of being a street sweeper — that's natural, I suppose.
And suppose that the integral is invariant under a continuous symmetry.
And I suppose you can say he proselytized me.
And they may come back to the village in the evening from the valley, from settlements or from the fields, and won't know about the curfew in the village-I suppose I am to have sentries at the approaches to the village?
During the Revolutionary War in March 1776, Abigail Adams wrote to her husband John Adams, who was one of the revisers and signers of the Declaration of Independence, stating, " And, by the way, in the new code of laws which I suppose it will be necessary for you to make, I desire you would remember the ladies and be more generous and favorable to them than your ancestors.
And I suppose that Keats meant something by it, however remote his truth and his beauty may have been from these words in ordinary use.
And I suppose that's a good thing so you don't feel bad about the things that are going on or aren't working out and taking them too seriously.
Surprised by a negative response from a number of female journalists he continued: " And then I suppose I came to the conclusion-gradually-that I must have got it wrong.
And I suppose that's what our job is here anyway.
And they had an ambient mic overhead, which picked up the two guitars together, I suppose.
" Cadogan added, " And sensible, I suppose.
And then I thought, Well, I suppose some of them are looking at me and saying, ' Poor old Bards.

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