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people and knew
those who wrote them knew people and what made people tick.
The two in the bed knew each other as old people know the partners with whom they have shared the same bed for many years, and they needed to say no more.
It was a Cadillac, black grayed with the dust of the road, its windows closed tight so you knew that the people who climbed out of it would be cool and unwrinkled.
Francesca and Herbert were among the few people we knew in Catatonia.
Conclusions: The people involved ( and subsequent facts bear me out here ) knew clearly the relative values of peanuts and emeralds, both monetary and sentimental.
Only a few other people -- very important people -- knew of the nitrogen-mustard eggs nestled below decks.
Instead he brought with him the names of some people he had never met and of whom the medium knew nothing.
They knew that I was still grieving over the tragic event, and they felt that if I could see the recovery and the spirit of the people, who hold no grudge, but who also regret Pearl Harbor, I would be happier and would understand better a new Japan.
Only two people in the state of Illinois knew that I was entering Hanover State Hospital under an assumed name, or why.
The King Arthur offered respectable and convenient lodgings to people from the suburbs who wanted to see a show and didn't want -- heaven knew didn't want!!
He was an attentive and generous husband, overgenerous, a lot of people felt, because they knew that money must be a problem to him.
She knew what people were thinking ; ;
The Koori people of Victoria also knew Altair as Bunjil, the Wedge-tailed Eagle, and β and γ Aquilae are his two wives the Black Swans.
The people of the Murray River knew the star as Totyerguil.
") Judge has stated he got the idea for the name " Butt-Head " from two people he knew during his childhood called " Iron Butt " ( who encouraged people to kick him in the butt to demonstrate his strength ) and " Head-Butt.
Those who favour the later date appeal to the earliest external testimony, that of the Christian father Irenaeus ( c. 150-202 ), who wrote that he received his information from people who knew John personally.
According to Ivinskaya, " After this, in conversation with people he scarcely knew, he always referred to Stalin as a ' murderer.
' He spent a good deal of time with Akhmatova -- who in those years was given a very wide berth by most of the people who knew her.
Not all of the feedback from the stories she Northcutt published was positive, and she would occasionally receive email from people who knew the deceased.
The style is very condensed, with many mistakes, possibly as a quick reminder to people who had danced the dances before and knew exactly what the terms meant.
Volunteer Robert Holland for example remembered being abused by people he knew as he was being marched into captivity and said the British troops saved them from being manhandled by the crowds.
These people knew no way of making a living other than the criminal activities that had made China too hot for them.

people and weather
they universalize in terms of weather, skies, earth, and people.
The disarmed soldiers marched eastward to Portsmouth in continuing bad weather, being continually robbed and threatened by local people.
Cnoc Fírinne ( meaning ' Hill of Truth ') takes its name from Donn, who is said to forewarn the local people of bad weather by gathering up rain clouds around him on the hill.
The very power of the people appears to be " blowing " through the scene with the stormy weather, in a sense alluding to the storm that would be the revolution.
The increased time gained by issuing accurate warnings of severe weather will be crucial to save lives, for instance by evacuating a large number of people from endangered areas ( e. g. storm surges in the North Sea ), or taking cautionary actions to avoid major threats to goods and services ( e. g. extreme winds ).
* 1891 17 March – America-bound steamer Utopia slammed in heavy weather into the iron-plated British battleship HMS Anson and sank in the Bay of Gibraltar ; 576 people died.
The Stonehaven Fireballs went ahead as planned, however, with some 6000 people braving the stormy weather to watch 42 fireball swingers process along the High Street.
Therefore, people would be relieved if Imbolc is a day of foul weather, as it means the Cailleach is asleep and winter is almost over.
It is said that the weather is always good on May Day to allow people to celebrate.
On an everyday basis, people use weather forecasts to determine what to wear on a given day.
Scholar Georges Dumézil further cites various tales of havmennesker ( Norwegian " sea people ") who govern over sea weather, wealth, or, in some incidents, give magic boats are likely connected to Njörðr.
During the Vierdaagse of 2006 two people died due to the extreme hot weather ( both had pre-existing health issues ).
The other issue on the Great Plains was that people were using inappropriate farming techniques for the soil and weather conditions.
Those who died in water or weather related deaths such as drowning, lightning and water-borne diseases ( leprosy, dropsy, scabies and gout ) were thought to pass on to Tlalocan when they died, as were people of stunted growth ( as their short stature was seen as a connection to the Tlaloque ).
During his poorly organised evacuation in January 1945, 18, 000 people froze to death in icy snowstorms and weather.
The facilities were not equipped to provide sanitation or first aid for the number of people attending ; hundreds of thousands found themselves in a struggle against bad weather, food shortages, and poor sanitation.
On an everyday basis, people use weather forecasts to determine what to wear on a given day.
* December 1 – A Boeing 727 carrying TWA Flight 514 crashes 25 miles ( 40 km ) northwest of Dulles International Airport during bad weather, killing all 92 people on board.
Elsewhere, wealthy people wiped themselves with wool, lace or hemp, while less wealthy people used their hand when defecating into rivers, or cleaned themselves with various materials such as rags, wood shavings, leaves, grass, hay, stone, sand, moss, water, snow, maize, ferns, may apple plant husks, fruit skins, or seashells, and corncobs, depending upon the country and weather conditions or social customs.
In Santa Cruz de la Sierra, at the east side of the country, the tropical weather allows a Brazilian-type Carnival, with agropuations of people called " Comparsas " dancing traditional songs in matching uniforms.
Because nearby loads are often correlated ( hot weather in the Southwest portion of the US might cause many people to use air conditioners ), electricity often comes from distant sources.
Some monastic communities are only occupied seasonally, depending both on the traditions involved and the local weather, and people may be part of a monastic community for periods ranging from a few days at a time to almost an entire lifetime.
Additionally, most people would prefer to sleep indoors at this point in the year due to the weather, so sleeping in the sukkah may impinge on one's own joy during the festival.
The temporary buildings were not adequate to shield people from the weather.

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