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But suppose that a week later we revert to the incident in thought and make our statement again.
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" When I woke up just after dawn on September 28, 1928, I certainly didn't plan to revolutionise all medicine by discovering the world's first antibiotic, or bacteria killer ," Fleming would later say, " But I suppose that was exactly what I did.
* Martha Endell – A young woman, once Little Emily's friend, who later gains a bad reputation ( we suppose she incurs in some sexually inappropriate behaviour and is thus disgraced ), who, in the later chapters of the novel helps Daniel Peggotty find his niece after she returns to London.
In some cases, McKerrow would choose a later witness, noting that " if an editor has reason to suppose that a certain text embodies later corrections than any other, and at the same time has no ground for disbelieving that these corrections, or some of them at least, are the work of the author, he has no choice but to make that text the basis of his reprint.
It is possible to suppose that the word ianitrix may at its origin have issued from the cult of Janus, which could have given special functions to women married to the two undivisible companions while later it got fixed to a special sense of relations.
Harvey later recounted the event saying: " we started playing and I suppose there was about fifty people there, and during the first song we cleared the hall.
He later remarked upon his career playing film villains: " I suppose I'm primarily known for that but in fact, that would only be half of my career if I was to tot it all up.
Much later, Shostakovich admitted that out of his 15 symphonies, " two, I suppose, are completely unsatisfactory-that's the Second and Third.
There is confusion over the correct location of Endymion, as some sources suppose that one was, or was related to, the prince of Elis, and the other was a shepherd from Caria — or, a later suggestion, an astronomer: Pliny the Elder mentions Endymion as the first human to observe the movements of the moon, which ( according to Pliny ) accounts for Endymion's love.
Alternatively, in later centuries when the threat of invasion had receded and the Irish were themselves invading the western parts of Britain, the desire to keep communications secret from Romans or Romanised Britons would still have provided an incentive .. With bilingual ogham and Latin inscriptions in Wales, however, one would suppose that the ogham could easily be decoded by anyone in the Post-Roman world.
As he was going out he uttered his later famous words, I suppose you don't know that this is the night you're going to die.
The site of this later Megara or Hybla may be fixed, with little doubt, at the mouth of the river Alabus ( modern Cantera ); but there seems much reason to suppose that the ancient city, the original Greek colony, was situated almost close to the remarkable promontory now occupied by the city of Augusta.
He later described his visits there: " I suppose that in fact I never spent longer than two months there in any year, but the place captivated my imagination as my true home never did ".
As they suppose that the celebrant is normally a bishop, they usually supply the texts for ordinations, at the consecration of a church and altar and many exorcisms, blessings, and consecrations that were later inserted in the Pontifical and Ritual.
Their opinions expressed in their later theological works do not differ as markedly from the old position as one might suppose.
' They were called the Three Nuns for quite a while but later were called the ' Three Sisters ,' more Protestant like I suppose.
Hurston later commented " I suppose that ' Fire ' has gone to ashes quite, but I still think the idea is good.
This placed him not within the camp of evangelicalism, as some critics may suppose, but that of neo-orthodoxy, particularly the part of that school influenced by the Swiss-German thinker Karl Barth, who made a rare compliment to Stringfellow on one of his visits to the U. S. Yet others might classify him as a harbinger of the later liberation theology during the 1970s and 1980s.
Hastings is dubious of this deduction but Poirot points out that the man was rumoured to be involved in share scandals years before, although he was later exonerated, but suppose the rumours were true and he was being blackmailed, in all probability by Mrs Conroy, a foreign agent?
According to Justin, it was a Greek city of Chalcidic origin, which would lead us to suppose that it was a colony of Cumae: but at a later period it had certainly become an Oscan town, as well as the neighboring city of Nola.
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`` I suppose '', he muttered, `` I can sell the outfit for enough to send you home to your folks, once we find a settlement ''.
One of the obvious conclusions we can make on the basis of the last election, I suppose, is that we, the majority, were dissatisfied with Eisenhower conservatism.
The daughter replied, `` Oh, I had dinner with -- well, you don't know him but he's awfully nice -- and we went to a couple of places -- I don't suppose you've heard of them -- and we finished up at a cute little night club -- I forget the name of it.
Since the company under review is supplying what we are here regarding as only one kind of service, we might suppose that the problem of total cost apportionment would be very simple ; ;
Let us suppose that the animal did not in fact fall into the trap and did not suffer at all, but that we mistakenly believe it did, and say as before that its suffering was an evil thing.
And suppose that the circumstances have now so changed that the feeling with which we made the remark in the first place has faded.
Yet we may with better reason suppose that it came originally from a foreign mythology, and that the accident of its numerical value in Greek merely caused it to be singled out at Alexandria for religious use.
Church, Ministry and Sacraments in the New Testament Paternoster Press: 1993, p. 94f </ ref > He also points out that when Ignatius writes to the Romans, there is no mention of a bishop of the Roman Church, " which we may suppose had not not yet adopted the monarchical episcopate.
O ' Flaherty then asks that we suppose that the area to be protected is square and each hectare inside it has the same value of protection.
For example, suppose that we want to compute the rate of change in atmospheric pressure ten seconds after the skydiver jumps.
Natural selection would favor the zombies, since their design is ( we could suppose ) a bit simpler.
As an example of a conditional proof in symbolic logic, suppose we want to prove A → C ( if A, then C ) from the first two premises below:
The central argument in Principles was that the present is the key to the past – a concept of the Scottish Enlightenment which David Hume had stated as " all inferences from experience suppose ... that the future will resemble the past ", and James Hutton had described when he wrote in 1788 that " from what has actually been, we have data for concluding with regard to that which is to happen thereafter.
For example, if we suppose at t = 0 the extension is a unit distance ( x = 1 ), and the particle is not moving ( dx / dt = 0 ).
" Being therefore the offspring of God, we must not suppose the divinity to be like unto gold, or silver, or stone, the graving of art, and device of man.