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And when he complained of the lack of time for all he wanted to do, Henrietta advised him to rise at five in the morning as she and Papa did.
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And and when
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, 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 when this was gone, he hadn't even a little bitter tablet to purify other water if he were to discover some stagnant jungle pool.
And so when Miss Langford came to teach at the one-room Chestnut school, where Jack was a pupil in the eighth grade, the Woman of Jack's mind assumed the teacher's face and figure.
And so when the others stampeded out that afternoon Jack remained docilely in his seat near a window, looking out in what he hoped was a pitiable manner, while the other kids laughed and yelled in at him and made faces as they dispersed, going home.
And let me add Murray's new book as another symptom of it, particularly so in view of the attention Time magazine gave it when it came out recently.
In a book review of `` The Soviet Cultural Offensive '', he says, `` Long before the State Department organized its bureaucracy into an East-West Contacts Staff in order to wage a cultural counter-offensive within Soviet borders, the sharp cutting-edge of American culture had carved its mark across the Russian steppes, as when the enterprising promoters of ' Porgy And Bess ' overrode the State Department to carry the contemporary ' cultural warfare ' behind the enemy lines.
And when we consider the tenuous hold tradition has on existence, any weakening of that hold constitutes a crisis of existence.
And when the child dies in Lawrence's story in a delirium that is somehow brought on by his mania to win and to make his mother rich, the manifest absurdity of such a disease and such a death does not enter into our thoughts at all.
And when he retold the legend of Gregorius he interpolated a modern version in which the medieval players speak contemporary thoughts in archaic language ; ;
In his book Civilization And Ethics Albert Schweitzer faces the moral problems which arise when moral law is recognized in business life, for example.
And when Alfred was forced into his bed, Tessie left the front porch of the store and sat at home, rocking in her rocker in the living room, staring out the window -- the rose still in her hair.
And when questioned by ship's reporters about the separation, she said, `` I adore him, and he adores me ''.
But his rancor did not cease, and presently, on March 13, when he preached a sermon on the text, `` And Ben-hadad Was Drunk '', he told his congregation how disappointed he was in Mr. Lewis, how he regretted having had him in his house, and how he should have been warned by the fact that the novelist was drunk all the time that he was working on the book.
And when Vincent Berger returns to Europe, this first result of his encounters with mankind is considerably enriched and deepened by a crucial revelation.
Perhaps Patchen was once involved in a train accident, and this passage from First Will And Testament may have been how the accident appeared to the poet when he first saw it -- if he did: ``
And so the young minister resigned, to go and study and pray, having never passed a day, he told his parishioners, when `` I did not gain from you far more than I ever gave to you ''.
`` And Jesus, when he was baptized went up straightway out of the water: and lo, the heavens were opened unto him, and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove, and lighting upon him ''.
And and complained
In the former, the Sergeant complained that the band at the last concert had played, he then hummed the tune of Colonel Bogey, then he said " And we all know what the words to that are !".
He complained of this assessment in his " Mathematicall Praeface ": " And for these, and such like marvellous Actes and Feates, Naturally, and Mechanically, wrought and contrived: ought any honest Student and Modest Christian Philosopher, be counted, & called a Conjurer?
* 2006: A 10cc compilation from Universal, Greatest Hits ... And More, attracted criticism from fans who complained about one track, " Feel the Benefit ", running at a slow speed and from Stewart, who was upset at not being told of its release.
One such composition " Mister Dull And Boring " caused an outcry in Milton Keynes, and local residents complained to the local BBC Radio radio station, claiming that their new town was anything but " dull and boring " as the song suggested.
And and lack
And now Andrei sat on a train on the way to Lublin and wondered if he was not being punished for his lack of belief.
And, reflecting the then lack of international standards, sizes varied and not all were built as ovals-for example, the oldest velodrome in the UK, at Preston Park, Brighton ( 1877 ), is 579m long and features four straights linked by banked curves, while the 536m Portsmouth velodrome has a single straight linked by one long curve.
And the lack of support and understanding from my management and band mates has left me with no other option than to get me cape and seek pastures new.
And Derek then said: ' Of all the characters, if any have to be cut because of lack of money, it's going to be Mad.
The New York Times positively reviewed the album, but in a nod to the band's lack of widespread recognition, titled the review " What If You Made A Classic And No One Cared?
And one example of Steve's lack of consideration for others is when he accidentally caused Carl and Eddie to fall off of their roof, only to demand an apology from Carl for unintentionally landing on top of Steve, and even went so far as to fight back when Carl subsequently banished him from the Winslow house.
" ( No Ambition And F ** k-all Interest ), also NAAFI has been said to mean " Never ' Ave Any Fags In " with reference to the continuous lack of cigarettes.
And finally children between the ages 24 to 36 months with ASD show lack of symbolic play and an unusual interest in certain objects, or moving objects.
And when Caniff, growing more and more frustrated with the lack of rights to the comic strip he produced, was offered the chance to own his own strip by Marshall Field, publisher of the Chicago Sun, the cartoonist left Terry to produce a strip for Field Enterprises.
And with John Lackland never taking the throne, he never had a chance to behave tyrannically as a king, and therefore there was no rebellion culminating in the Magna Carta — which may ( very partially ) explain the lack of any democratic institutions in this Twentieth Century.
And which blatantly shows the ' Myopic ' lack of vision of the so called leadership and the party workers.
And Tafari Bente went even further and, flanked by Captains Mogus and Almayahu, criticized the lack of a vanguard party in words which LaFort interprets as declaring " the bloody war between MEISON and the EPRP to be politically unjustifiable, and that it should in any case remain limited to the civilian Left without the army intervening in any way.
And although rearrangements were made, some infrequent and unreliable services resulted, causing passengers to blame the lack of vehicles and poor arrangement of new services.
And, social or community factors in socialization may be studied in the context of the transmission of cultural factors by studying the social uniformity ( or lack thereof ) in the transmitted culture.
And, despite the fanfare surrounding the Super-Lite that had been introduced the previous year, Dodge dropped the light option at the end of the model year because of a lack of consumer interest and challenges to its legality in some states.
And, unless we turn as a nation to God our beloved United States will have to go under ... we lack TOTAL Defense, without which we shall never win.
Immediately after this allusion to the promise of Indians, Bernal writes, " And as three years had already passed [...] and we haven't done a single thing worth the telling, the 110 Spaniards who came from Darién and those who in the island of Cuba do not have Indians " — again an allusion to the lack of Indians — they decided to join up with " an hidalgo title of nobility or gentry, derived from hijo de algo, " son of someone " known as Francisco Hernández de Córdoba [...] and that he was a rich man who had a village of Indians on this island ", who had accepted to be their captain " to go on our venture to discover new lands and in them to employ ourselves ".