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They, and the two large fans which I could dimly see as daylight filtered through their vents, down at the far end of the hall, could be turned on by a master switch situated inside the office.
For although I had crossed a corner of the hall on my way to the toilet I still could not tell for sure how far to the rear the darkness extended.
This light did not penetrate very far back into the hall, and my eyes were hindered rather than aided by the dim daylight entering through the fan vents when I tried to pick out whatever might be lying, or squatting, on the floor below.
I said that it didn't make any difference to me either, as far as I knew.
How far I knew will shortly become apparent.
As far as I was concerned, she had already and had dandily shown what she could do.
Shortly before nine I drove my jalopy to the street facing the Lake and parked the car in shadows far enough away from the rendezvous corner but near enough to keep the corner in clear view.
I suspect that there are far more unreconstructed ones than the North likes to believe.
I was far from convinced of the truth of my statement, but could not think of anything that might evoke responses more quickly.
I think it is essential, however, to pinpoint here the difference between the two concepts of sovereignty that went to war in 1861 -- if only to see better how imperative is our need today to clarify completely our far worse confusion on this subject.
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 ''.
The myth of the Southern plantation has had only a tangential relation with actuality, as Francis Pendleton Gaines showed forty years ago, and I suspect it has had a far narrower acceptance as something real than has generally been supposed.
From all reports so far received, its performance conformed to the high standards I have just described.
`` He's a wrong-o '', said Runyon, `` and I wouldn't trust him as far as I could throw the Statue of Liberty ''.
`` Well, I might not get that far '', I told them, `` as actually I have no papers to enter Germany and, as a matter of fact, no permit to return to France once I leave ''.
I say the late seventeenth century because Racine ( whom Lessing did not really know ) stands on the far side of the chasm.
So far as I am concerned, the child is unmistakably father to the man, despite the obvious fact that child and father differ greatly -- sometimes for the better and sometimes for the worse.
But I will also remind them that I have always been inclined to skepticism, to a kind of Laodicean lack of commitment so far as public affairs are concerned ; ;

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As a Humanist, Dr. Huxley interests himself in the possibilities of human development, and one thing we can say about this suggestion, which comes from a leading zoologist, is that, so far as he is concerned, the scientific outlook places no rigid limitation upon the idea of future human evolution.
Even if people do, in a not far distant future, begin to read one another's minds, there will still be the question of whether what you find in another man's mind is especially worth reading -- worth more, that is, than what you can read in good books.
The Chicago contingent of modern critics follow Aristotle so far in this direction that it is hard to see how they can compare one poem with another for the purpose of evaluation.
That fact is very clearly illustrated in the case of the many present-day intellectuals who were Communists or near-Communists in their youth and are now so extremely conservative ( or reactionary, as many would say ) that they can define no important political conviction that does not seem so far from even a centrist position as to make the distinction between Mr. Nixon and Mr. Khrushchev for them hardly worth noting.
And just how far can the Legislature go toward setting up a self-insurance system for the state in the midst of a governor's race ''??
How far could it be, Watson thought bleakly, how far can a blind man crawl??
We gently usher them to an island of tables and chairs strategically placed on the far side of the pool where they can amuse each other until we get ready to merge sides.
Our pools also have wide, shallow steps -- for the benefit of the littlest swimmers who can thus be introduced to the water with far greater safety than a ladder affords.
The benefits electronics can bring to bio-medicine may be greater by far than any previous medical discovery.
It is, as one engineer says, `` indeed a difficult thing for the engineer to accept that he can go as far on his technical merit as he could employing managerial skills.
After Gagarin became the Greatest Man in the World, for a nation that does not believe in the cult of personality or in careerism, Moreland wrote me a letter in which he said: `` I am not interested in how long a bee can live in a vacuum, or how far it can fly.
But, like Caesar, he has only one joke, so far as I can find out.
The heat losses of the holder were to be reduced as far as possible and they should be such that an accurate heat balance can be made.
The crude picture of the detergency process thus far developed can be represented as: Af.
This iodoprotein does not appear to be the same as what is normally present in the thyroid, and there is no evidence so far that thyroglobulin can be iodinated in vitro by cell-free systems.
While the phonemes can be very easily stated, no one is likely to be satisfied with the statement until phonemic occurrences can be related in some way to morphemic units, i.e. until the morphophonemics is worked out, or at least far enough that it seems reasonable to expect success.
Despite an ambiguity due to its failure clearly to define `` relative costs '', the above exposition of fully distributed costing goes about as far as one can go toward expressing the basic philosophy of the practice.
So far as I can see, there is only one way out for the positivist.
So far in history man has been too greatly over-occupied with projecting things into his environment rather than first creating the sort of person who can make the highest use of the things he has created.
It is far better to have such conditions treated in advance than to have them show up on the honeymoon where they can create a really serious situation.
But the machine quack can cause far more than just suffering.

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Although noting in the introduction to ' The Protestors ' that ' Some recorded herein perhaps did not have " all the truth " — so the writer has been reminded ', Eyre nevertheless claimed that the purpose of the work was to ' tell how a number of little-known individuals, groups and religious communities strove to preserve or revive the original Christianity of apostolic times ', and that ' In faith and outlook they were far closer to the early springing shoots of first century Christianity and the penetrating spiritual challenge of Jesus himself than much that has passed for the religion of the Nazarene in the last nineteen centuries '.
None, so far as I can tell, question my actual findings.
The editor of a collection of over 3, 000 vintage Halloween postcards writes, " There are cards which mention the custom trick-or-treating or show children in costumes at the doors, but as far as we can tell they were printed later than the 1920s and more than likely even the 1930s.
But when longitude at sea is lost, it cannot be found again by any watch .” However, if such a clock were built and set at noon in London at the start of a voyage, it would subsequently always tell you how far from noon it was in London at that second, regardless of where you had traveled.
That is something more impalpable by far, into which entered who can tell what tracelesss, shadowy recollections ...
Over the course of his career Niven has added to this first law a list of Niven's Laws which he describes as " how the Universe works " as far as he can tell.
Citing numerous instances of Pytheas apparently being far off the mark on details concening known regions, he says: " however, any man who has told such great falsehoods about the known regions would hardly, I imagine, be able to tell the truth about places that are not known to anybody.
Some are shaped like golf balls, some are shaped like pencils .… Now my main subject is the evolution of form, and the problem of how it is that you can get this diversity amid so little genetic difference, so far as we can tell, is a very interesting one.
" They now inform him that " at a certain stage of intoxication, no human power could keep from setting out, with impressive unction, to tell about a wonderful adventure which he had once had with his grandfather's old ram — and the mention of the ram in the first sentence was as far as any man had heard him get, concerning it.
The editor of a collection of over 3, 000 vintage Halloween postcards writes, " There are cards which mention the custom trick-or-treating or show children in costumes at the doors, but as far as we can tell they were printed later than the 1920s and more than likely even the 1930s.
However, most or all of these languages were, as far as we can tell from the surviving publications about them, too incomplete and unfinished to serve as auxlangs ( or for any other practical purpose ).
And I tell you that what Paris needs right now is to welcome that which comes from far away.
He gradually changed his mind over the tactical approach offered by Haig and even went so far as to tell his men that " the infantry would only have to walk over to take possession.
He went so far as to tell a friend, " This volume of letters is not worthy of your perusal " because they were " intended for the lower classes of people ".
Although Capehart thought he had enough votes to pass his amendment ( even going so far as to tell Senate Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson on the morning of the vote, " this time I'm going to rub your nose in shit.
He would often fondly tell the story of how once, when the team was 2-0 down at half time, the Luton fans chanted, " What do you think of it so far?
Joseph Jacobs, writing in the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, commented ' It is difficult to tell in any one of these cases how far the story is an entire fiction and how far some ingenious impostor took advantage of the existence of the myth '.
But most of my readers, as far as I can tell, aren't that type.
Loggers on the river found this a convenient stopping point, as the river bends slightly and one could tell from far upstream whether Stevens ' point was open for business.
Refreshed, Heche, who, as far as Campiz could tell was neither drunk, drugged nor ill ( although Heche later admitted she had taken ecstasy ), plunked down in the living room, requested a pair of slippers ( and suggested Campiz don the same ) and settled in.
Other Mesozoic fossils are referred to the Galliformes with considerably less certainty: The very enigmatic Gallornis living in today's France some 140 – 130 Ma ( million years ago ) was as far as anyone can tell an ornithuran.
Going so far as to tell her she reminds him of his mother who was also sick ( despite the fact that he never knew his mother ).
Lansky even went as far as to tell people he had lost almost every penny in Cuba and that he was barely scraping by.

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