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And suppose that the circumstances have now so changed that the feeling with which we made the remark in the first place has faded.
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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 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 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 and circumstances
And Houston police have the final say in the matter since she died there on September 20, 1960, `` Diane Harris Graham, 30, D.O.A., circumstances -- unusual ''.
And again on October 17, Soviet embassy official Georgy Bolshakov brought President Kennedy a " personal message " from Khrushchev reassuring him that " under no circumstances would surface-to-surface missiles be sent to Cuba.
And above all else, " Remember that all the other caveats are only reminders and warning signs whose application to different circumstances of the real world is contingent.
And compressed natural gas is being used in special circumstances fuel, for instance in busses for some mass transit agencies.
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 it did happen that when I had been long enough hospitalized that I would finally renounce delusional hypotheses and revert to thinking of myself as a human of more conventional circumstances and return to mathematical research.
And, if it is possible to reach the point where good ( al-ma ` ruf ) occurs in the easiest of circumstances, then preferring the difficult circumstances would be impermissible.
And some involve the etiquette of extremely complex and unique circumstances, such as the occasion when Larry discovered at a wake that the deceased was to be buried with his favorite golf club — borrowed from Larry.
And I tried to use those things to elaborate on certain circumstances and events in his fiction to deepen them and add complexity.
And it treats all of them as artists who have negotiated with available conventions and in particular historical circumstances to produce musical artifacts of exceptional power and cultural resonance.
And it was also established that the German government regarded Caillaux as the right man to approach under circumstances favourable to Germany.
And though he donated a portion of the findings, questionable circumstances surrounded the claim that created tension among the leadership of North Park.
" And though their relationship continually teeters on either helping or betraying one another, depending on their respective circumstances, Jack proves that he does care for Will when he selflessly sacrifices his bid for immortality to save the fatally wounded Will.
And unlike nearly every other character he meets, Tintin can be relied upon to remain calm and cool-headed, even in the worst of circumstances.
And by internalising the code of honour they did not, as Barnett supposes, make themselves defenceless in a world of chicanery and crime, but endowed themselves with the only real defence that human life can offer – the instinctive trust between strangers, which enables them in whatever dangerous circumstances to act together as a team ".
And of course Cal is very much in love with Suzanna, but it's a non-sexual love, under those circumstances ... She has so much power in the book.
And the same caricature occurs in the circumstances of the second edition of the Eighteenth Brumaire.
And it is the complication of life by novel contributions to life's interests and duties that makes a ready command of circumstances difficult.
And thus the gentleman is guilty of no sin whatever ; for in fact it cannot be called accepting a challenge at all, his intention being directed to other circumstances, and the acceptance of a challenge consisting in an express intention to fight, which we are supposing the gentleman never had .’”