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If he wondered whether the attackers would allow him to pull away unmolested, he had his answer a moment later.
When I informed her that I didn't, she said she would borrow her brother's and bring it to me later that evening.
In the spring, it must have been, he began working on the play that he called The House, which later would be Mannerhouse.
it was demonstrated, many critics would later point out, in the length of his novels.
Behind him lay the Low Countries, where men were still completing the cathedrals that a later Florentine would describe as `` a malediction of little tabernacles, one on top of the other, with so many pyramids and spires and leaves that it is a wonder they stand up at all, for they look as though they were made of paper instead of stone or marble '' ; ;
A more complete list would also include Bradbury's `` The Pedestrian '' ( 1951 ), Philip K. Dick's Solar Lottery ( 1955 ), David Karp's One ( 1953 ), Wilson Tucker's The Long Loud Silence ( 1952 ), Jack Vance's To Live Forever ( 1956 ), Gore Vidal's Messiah ( 1954 ), and Bernard Wolfe's Limbo ( 1952 ), as well as the three perhaps most outstanding dystopias, Frederik Pohl and C. M. Kornbluth's The Space Merchants ( 1953 ), Kurt Vonnegut's Player Piano ( 1952 ), and John Wyndham's Re-Birth ( 1953 ), works which we will later examine in detail.
Only '' a New York hick would expect to find the literary life in Greenwich Village, at any point, later than Walt Whitman's day.
Even though he would later be resurrected, he was at this moment dead indeed, the expression on his face reflecting what he had gone through on the cross.
Watson had nodded absently and muttered that he would check the lists himself later.
Again among those jubilantly reunited bunkmates, I was shy with Jessie and acted as I had during those early Saturday mornings when we all seemed to be playing for effect, to be detached and unconcerned with the girls who were properly our dates but about whom, later, in the privacy of our bunks, we would think in terms of the most elaborate romance.
We would attend a film and, later on, I stated, we might go to the Mayflower Coffee Shop or Child's or Toffenetti's for waffles.
Indeed, we should say, on the contrary, that the accident of our later discovery made no difference whatever to the badness of the animal's pain, that it would have been every whit as bad whether a chance passer-by happened later to discover the body and feel repugnance or not.
Unfortunately she returned later, just as I had taken advantage of the friendlier atmosphere in the room by stating that perhaps an unexpected result of the Cultural Exchange Program would be the re-emergence of Abstract Art in Russia, with Social Realism regaining dominance in the U.S..
She had quarreled with Lucien, she had resisted his demands for money -- and if she died, by the provisions of her marriage contract, Lucien would inherit legally not only the immediate sum of gold under the floorboards in the office, but later, when the war was over, her father's entire estate.
`` If there was collusion between an outside murderer and a member of the household it would be an elementary precaution to check on the door later.
He did not bother with his radio -- there would be time for that later -- but as he scrambled out on the pavement he saw the filling station and the public telephone booth and knew instantly how he had been summoned.
Both figures would go higher in later years.
This might be done to arouse those who have been squeezed out by the trims to exert pressure on the Legislature, so it would be more receptive to a tax proposal later in the year.
It was about that time, a board member said later, that Dr. Thomas G. Pullen, Jr., State superintendent of schools, told Dr. Jenkins and a number of other education officials that he would not talk to them with a recording machine sitting in front of him.
The roar of Palmer's gallery as he sank a thrilling putt would roll out across the parklike landscape of Augusta, only to be answered moments later by the roar of Player's gallery for a similar triumph.
he would look right through you while you were talking to him, and if you said, `` For Christ's sake, Donald, you've got Prussian blue all over your shirt '', he would smile, and nod, and an hour later the paint would be all over his pants as well.
A half hour later he got her up to go out for breakfast so the Ferraros, hearing them hurrying down the stairs, would think they were going to a late mass.

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Addressing the causes, Eric Foner would relate a historical context with multidimensional political, social and economic variables.
Far from trying to build a systematic or formalist theory, he wanted his disciples to master and internalize the old classics, so that their deep thought and thorough study would allow them to relate the moral problems of the present to past political events ( as recorded in the Annals ) or the past expressions of commoners ' feelings and noblemen's reflections ( as in the poems of the Book of Odes ).
After Alonso Quixano dies, the author emphasizes that there are no more adventures to relate, and that any further books about Don Quixote would be spurious.
This function would appear to have some relationship with the iconographic association of Hecate with keys, and might also relate to her appearance with two torches, which when positioned on either side of a gate or door illuminated the immediate area and allowed visitors to be identified.
A score of 1-3 would relate to the severity of the disease and a rating of A-C represents biopsy findings.
In mathematics, statistics, and the mathematical sciences, a parameter is a quantity that serves to relate functions and variables using a common variable when such a relationship would be difficult to explicate with an equation.
As summarized by philosopher John Searle, de Saussure established that ' I understand the sentence " the cat is on the mat " the way I do because I know how it would relate to an indefinite — indeed infinite — set of other sentences, " the dog is on the mat ," " the cat is on the couch ," etc.
The logical predicate thus obtained would be elaborated further, e. g. using truth theory models, which ultimately relate meanings to a set of Tarskiian universals, which may lie outside the logic.
This would possibly relate Malory to Edward Rhys Maelor, a fifteenth-century Welsh poet.
Nonetheless, through the personalised aspects of God, revealing the concealed mystery from within the Divine Unity, man can perceive and relate to God, who otherwise would be unbridgably far, as the supernal Divine emanations are mirrored in the mystical Divine nature of man's soul.
More controversially, it set the ground rules by which the Church would relate to secular states, both pluralistic ones like the U. S., and officially Catholic nations like Malta and Costa Rica.
High-flown language was generally avoided in favor of dialogue that the lower class would relate to, often in the local dialect, and the stock characters were often derived from those of the Italian commedia dell ' arte.
For example, a study of a subculture ( such as white working class youth in London ) would consider the social practices of the youth as they relate to the dominant classes.
He would later relate that the first paragraphs came to him with " every word in place, every comma, every period fixed.
In this view, Thoth would be the aspect of Ra which the Egyptian mind would relate to the heart and tongue.
" Literary critic Neil Philip would later relate that " this sense of a numinous, sacred potency in landscape " was something that imbued all of Garner's work.
Garner, who would go on to become a personal friend of Collins, would later relate that " Billy Collins saw a title with funny-looking words in it on the stockpile, and he decided to publish it.
This change was instituted by David O. Selznick, who did not think American audiences would relate to the seedy tone of the original.
The Beatles had to share the studio with classical musicians, as McCartney would relate in 1988: " These days you go to a recording studio and you tend to see other groups, other musicians ... you'd see classical sessions going on in ' number one.
The human " wraparound " segments were produced separately in several countries, with the intention that the child viewer would always be able to relate to the world of the program.
It was not known at that time to which territories paragraphs 4, 5 and 6 would relate.
In the classic distinction among material, psychological, and logical fallacies, special pleading most likely falls within the category of psychological fallacy, as it would seem to relate to " lip service ", rationalization and diversion ( abandonment of discussion ).

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