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Certainly and no
Certainly not, I mean, no that isn't what I said ''!!
Certainly no other seven American statesmen from any later period achieved so much in so concentrated a span of years.
Certainly it is not necessary to repeat that the United States has no intention of interfering in the internal affairs of any nation ; ;
Certainly, in analyzing an action which truly faced such alternatives, `` it is never possible that no world would be preferable to some worlds, and there are in truth no circumstances in which the destruction of human life presents itself as a reasonable alternative ''.
Certainly there is no warrant for assuming — as would-be " code-breakers " are prone to do — that either the spellings or the punctuation of any edition are Nostradamus ' originals.
Certainly there was no official representation of the Dutch monarchy or any other organ of government.
Certainly no better method yet existed for the blind to read, and the books seemed – to the sighted – to offer the best achievable results.
Certainly I had no intention of staying away from production for nine years.
Certainly, no stories of any legendary men named blue exist.
Certainly he's the most colorful figure in a film that wastes no time on character development or personality ".
" Certainly this new style brought acclamation: Alexander Pope stated, " he was afraid the young man would be spoiled, for he would have no competitor.
Certainly the polemarchos no longer had military authority after 487 / 486 BC, when archontes were appointed by lot and it could not be expected that every polemarch would make a competent commander.
Certainly the sons of the Anti-Nephi-Lehies had no fighting experience.
Certainly there is currently no universally-accepted explanation.
In December 2009, Timur Lakhonin, the head of the Russian National Central Bureau of Interpol, stated, " Certainly, there is crime involving our former compatriots abroad, but there is no data suggesting that an organized structure of criminal groups comprising former Russians exists abroad ," while in August 2010, Alain Bauer, a French criminologist, said that it " is one of the best structured criminal organisations in Europe, with a quasi-military operation.
Certainly not, within Faurisson's logic, since in the final analysis there is no practical anti-Semitism possible.
After the war, a friend showed Hathcock a passage written by Ernest Hemingway: " Certainly there is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who have hunted armed men long enough and like it, never really care for anything else thereafter.
Certainly, if he thought there was a chance of this person coming back to cause him some harm, there was no sense in bothering to give him a beating.
Certainly, the U-boat threat was well appreciated, but the First Lord's account of the time and its events makes no mention of the need to stop the threat at the strait.
Certainly there is no other kshetra equal to Govapuri
Certainly no thanks is given for holding open a door or waiting for another to pass.
Certainly, Revelations was by no means a failure, and it probably would have been a greater popular success given the right backing.
Certainly, until the Langalibalele Rebellion of 1873, a committed liberal like Bishop John William Colenso had no problem in supporting Shepstone and his policy.

Certainly and liberal
Certainly, there was what he calls eliminationist antisemitism and its impact increased as the century matured ... But antisemitism came in different forms, and Goldhagen puts all antisemitism in the same basket, including the liberal type that wanted to see the Jews disappear by assimilation and conversion ... The vast majority of German antisemitics did not wish to abolish formal Jewish emancipation.

Certainly and can
Certainly one of the most important comments that can be made upon the spiritual and cultural life of any period of Western civilization during the past sixteen or seventeen centuries has to do with the way in which its leaders have read and interpreted the Bible.
Certainly all can applaud passage of an auto title law, the school bills, the increase in teacher pensions, the ban on drag racing, acceptance by the state of responsibility for maintenance of state roads in municipalities at the same rate as outside city limits, repeal of the college age limit law and the road maintenance bond issue.
Certainly it isn't making the President happy, and he has been doing his apologetic best to explain how the budget got into its unbalanced condition, how he intends to economize wherever he can and how he hopes to do better next year.
Certainly numerous subcategories can be acknowledged.
Certainly, it can be ( and often is ) argued that without the Mongol destruction of Kievan Rus ' that Moscow, and subsequently the Russian Empire, would not have risen.
Certainly by the mid nineteenth century, all three instruments had been modified to have a very powerful sound, and each can hold its own in a modern ensemble.
“ It is not thought that utopia can be established in a day … Certainly, if we all say that it is
Certainly this is equivalent to a renunciation of a positive conception of the Divine Being ; for negative statements may suffice to prevent erroneous ideas, but a positive knowledge can never be obtained through them alone ( ib.
Certainly, rats have been shown in the laboratory to be able to accurately ( within 5-10 %) discriminate the size of an opening, so it seems likely that cats can use their whiskers for this task.
It is rather difficult to estimate this effect since a habitual reader of Chinese is hardly conscious of it without deliberately analysing his reactions .... Certainly one can give too much weight to the visual aspect of Chinese writing.
" Certainly the nagging presence of papers representing unpaid bills, unanswered email or unfiled documents can distract, enervate and demoralize.
Certainly, neither Kisch nor Kapuściński believed in what might be called " journalistic objectivity ": whereas Kisch thought it necessary for a ( Communist ) reporter to " engage politically " with his subject, Kapuściński would put objectivity as a concept out of court altogether, stating explicitly, " I don't believe in unbiased journalism ( bezstronne dziennikarstwo ), in formal objectivity: a journalist can never be a disinterested witness ".
Certainly, this freedom can be used to violate basic safety standards ( see below ).
Certainly these authors also excluded a " relapse to the positions of the 1950s: " The councils were neither communist oriented to a large extent nor can the policies of the majority SPD in every aspect be labelled fortuitous and worth praising.
So I wanted to take the fight very badly, I turned up my training for about 4 days, then on Friday night I came to the conclusion that I'm just not physically ready to fight Ken Shamrock ... Certainly if you're going to fight someone with Ken Shamrock's skills then you want to be as close to 100 percent as you can.
Certainly a cock as a bird refers to a cock as the male sex organ and this can been seen hanging from the wall in Kitchen Maid with a Boy in a Window.
Certainly, the PDCA approach can bring us closer to whatever goal we choose.
Certainly I can — I'll tell thee, Tummas, what she said at church last Sunday.
Certainly the McLuhan test can be applied to the Gutenberg Galaxy itself.
Perhaps as fine a piece of work of its kind as this country can show … Certainly the manner of this house has not in this country been better done, not only in terms of stylistic authenticity, but in terms of pure architecture, meaning good taste in selectivity, in elimination, in execution.
Certainly an instructor can describe a square in a verbal medium, but it takes just a second and far less effort to see what the instructor is talking about when a learner is shown a square, rather than having one described verbally.
Certainly this suggestion is one that might find favour with modern day trombonists required to rise to the challenge of what can only be described as, at times, unidiomatic writing.

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