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Certainly no thanks is given for holding open a door or waiting for another to pass.
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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 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.
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, 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 thanks
Certainly the most positive event of the 2011 season for the Orioles, was their involvement in the events that took place on September 28, when they defeated the Boston Red Sox 4-3 thanks to 9th inning heroics by both Nolan Reimold, and Robert Andino leading to a walk-off win on an Andino RBI single, and prevented them from earning the Wild Card berth.
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Certainly, the meaning is clearer to one who is not familiar with Biblical teachings, in the New English Bible which reads: `` Then Jesus arrived at Jordan from Galilee, and he came to John to be baptized by him.
Certainly, it is the traditional clarity of his music which has endeared him to the Western World -- not his experimentations.
Certainly there would be less anxiety, fewer accidents ( it is the clumsy child who sustains the worst injuries ), and higher scholastic averages, since alert children work better.
Certainly, one of the best ways of warning the world against anti-Semitism is to demonstrate its workings as a dangerous weapon.
Certainly, Ealdred is one of the leading figures in the work, and it is likely that one of his clerks compiled the version.
Certainly Eugene's appearance was not impressive – " He was never good looking …" wrote the Duchess of Orléans, " It is true that his eyes are not ugly, but his nose ruins his face ; he has two large teeth which are visible at all times.
Certainly this impression is fully borne out by the beautiful and somewhat quaint works included in that great anthology.
Certainly this is not the full adoration in accordance with our faith, which is properly paid only to the divine nature, but it resembles that given to the figure of the honored and life-giving cross, and also to the holy books of the gospels and to other sacred objects " ( Definition of the Second Council of Nicaea ).
Certainly, there is a growing trend toward judging a state's domestic actions in the light of international law and standards.
Certainly this is not the full adoration in accordance with our faith, which is properly paid only to the divine nature, but it resembles that given to the figure of the honoured and life-giving cross, and also to the holy books of the gospels and to other sacred cult objects.
Certainly love is influenced by hormones ( such as oxytocin ), neurotrophins ( such as NGF ), and pheromones, and how people think and behave in love is influenced by their conceptions of love.
Ehyeh is usually translated " I will be ", since the imperfect tense in Hebrew denotes actions that are not yet completed ( e. g. Exodus 3: 12, " Certainly I will be with thee .").