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And and one
And one had been too many.
And, as a matter of fact, Nicolas had slept in the park only part of one night, when he discovered that Munich's early mornings even in summer are laden with dew.
And he knew that the men talked about him behind his back, saying that he was one up on everybody else -- including the pilot of the plane with the swastika on it -- because he was chemically incapable of fear.
And it is precisely in this poorer economic class that one finds, and has always found, the most racial friction.
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 ''.
And one finds it again in Thomas Nelson Page ) to the effect that the Mayflower on its second voyage brought a cargo of Negro slaves.
And I would further note that they all -- with one exception again -- sang in one key or another the same song.
`` And besides, Thorstein Veblen was one of the Chicago professors ''.
To Serenissimus such tribes as the Cossacks of the Don or those ex-bandits the Zaporogian Cossacks ( in whose islands along the lower Dnieper the Polish novelist Sienkiewicz would one day place With Fire And Sword ) were just elements for enforced resettlement in, say, Bessarabia, where, as `` the faithful of the Black Sea borders '', he could use their presence as bargaining points in the Czarina's territorial claims against Turkey.
And then perhaps one day we get to Athens.
And there is one other point in the Poetics that invites moral evaluation: Aristotle's notion that the distinctive function of tragedy is to purge one's emotions by arousing pity and fear.
And we can add that Krutch's interpretation of purgation is also one answer to Plato's fear that poetry will encourage our passions.
Victor had been stirred by my account of him in Makers And Finders, for Stephens was one of the lost writers whom Melville had seen in his childhood and whom I was bent on resurrecting.
And one of the best services available to the people who try to raise and can meat, to plant, grow vegetables and put them up.
And it may be that one or both men actually welcomed the opportunity, when the bravado comments are cast aside.
And then I put the question as pointedly as I could directly to Chiang Kai-shek: `` In America '', I said, `` practically no one believes that you subjectively intend to re-enter the Mainland.
And not one of the four men who attended all the schools has ever been called on to apply any of his knowledge in any way.
And another one comes to me and he says, ' Look here, there's a mill in my state employs five thousand people making uniforms for the Navy.
And listening to such a conversation one morning while taking a cup of chocolate in a cafe, Rousseau found himself bathed in perspiration, trembling lest his authorship become known, and at the same time dreaming of the startling effect he would make if he should proclaim himself suddenly as the composer.
`` And in the future, since I write for a public of one, I can save the poor publishers from wasting their money ''.
And the name Rayburn is one of the most dominant in the history of American politics for the last half century.
And Sam Rayburn is a great man -- one who will go down in American history as a truly great leader of the Nation.
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And and cannot
And it becomes clear why in general we cannot take the initiative against the Left.
And unlike other fruits, one cannot eat the skin of the avocado.
And the more complex the morphophonemic system is in relation to the phonemic base, the less easily a phonemic system will be analysed without close attention to the morphophonemics -- at least, the less satisfying will a phonemic statement be if it cannot be related through morphophonemic rules to grammatically meaningful structures.
) And without high density in the core, rapid-transit systems cannot be maintained economically, let alone built from scratch at today's prices.
And in the new `` King Of Kings '' the plot involves intrigues and twists and turns that cannot be traced to the Gospels.
And should not I spare Nineveh, that great city, wherein are more than sixscore thousand persons that cannot discern between their right hand and their left hand ; and also much cattle?
In a letter to Conrad Schmidt dated August 5, 1890, he stated that " And if this man ( i. e., Paul Barth ) has not yet discovered that while the material mode of existence is the primum agens this does not preclude the ideological spheres from reacting upon it in their turn, though with a secondary effect, he cannot possibly have understood the subject he is writing about.
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 in 1984, when Joseph Ratzinger, then Cardinal Prefect of that Congregation, stated that he rejected the claim that children who die unbaptised cannot attain salvation, he was speaking for many academic theologians of his training and background.
And, at the end, when the tyrant is at bay at Dunsinane, Caithness sees him as a man trying in vain to fasten a large garment on him with too small a belt: " He cannot buckle his distemper'd cause / Within the belt of rule " ( V, 2, ll.
And, contrapositively, if we consider something to be indeed private, it follows that we cannot talk about it.
Likewise, most Agatha Christie books ( Murder on the Orient Express and And Then There Were None being the exceptions ) cause Cardassians great difficulty, as, whilst the idea that a high-ranking person is killed in mysterious circumstances appeals, they cannot understand why only one person is guilty.
And thy servant is in the midst of thy people which thou hast chosen, a great people, that cannot be numbered nor counted for multitude.
John Gambril Nicholson wrote in 1892, " Though Frank may ring like silver bell, And Cecil softer music claim, They cannot work the miracle, –' Tis Ernest sets my heart a-flame.
And a universe which contains an immovable object cannot, by definition, also contain an irresistible force.
:" And in the shock of the battle the men of the North seemed like a sea that cannot be moved.
And the geographer, as he turns over the folios, with their details of population and of arable, woodland, meadow and other resources, cannot but be excited at the vast amount of information that passes before his eyes.
And yet in reality, things, like Thomasina's rice pudding ( which inspires these remarks ), cannot be " unstirred.
And I just felt, to my bones, this cannot be right.
" And Gautama Siddhartha, the Buddha, once said " Three things cannot long stay hidden: the sun, the moon and the truth ".
While Karen was always adamantly against marriage ( claiming that she valued her freedom above anything else ), she always found herself missing and needing Will when he was gone: " And yet even though Karen keeps Chad from overfilling the mold or Daisy from cutting herself with the scissors, she still cannot resist looking out the window every couple of minutes.
And it cannot be the case that this sentence could mean JANE hurt LISA.
However, formally, this still remains the standard method, a fact that is recited by the wording of the Letters Patent for the appointment of the Royal Commissioners, and by the wording of the Letters Patent for the granting of the Royal Assent in writing under the 1967 Act ("... And forasmuch as We cannot at this time be present in the Higher House of Our said Parliament being the accustomed place for giving Our Royal Assent ...").

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