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Certainly not in Orchestra Hall where he has played countless recitals, and where Thursday night he celebrated his 20th season with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, playing the Brahms Concerto with his own slashing, demon-ridden cadenza melting into the high, pale, pure and lovely song with which a violinist unlocks the heart of the music, or forever finds it closed.
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Certainly lands in Normandy, passed by hereditary right, were usually considered more important to major barons than those in England, where their possession was less certain.
A medieval variation is alluded to in Geoffrey Chaucer ’ s Canterbury Tales at the beginning of the “ Knight ’ s Tale ,” where it says: “ Certainly, if it were not too lengthy to listen to, I would have told you fully how the realm of Scythia was conquered by Theseus and his knights ; of the great battle on that occasion between the Athenians and the Amazons ; how Hippolyta, the fair, brave queen of Scythia, was besieged ; of the feast at their wedding ; and of the tempest at their home-coming .”
" Certainly this statement could be regarded as succinctly summing up Garrick's management at Drury Lane where he was able to balance both artistic integrity and the fickle tastes of the public.
Certainly, an exhaustive search on all possible combination of keys ( simple bruteforce ) would take 2 < sup > k · j </ sup > attempts if j encryptions has been used with different keys in each encryption, where each key is k bits long.
Certainly one of the most important dates in Bulgarian football history is 17 November 1993, a date where Emil Kostadinov scored two goals to beat France in Paris, allowing Bulgaria to qualify for the World Cup in the United States in 1994.
During the end of the bridge, where she sing " Certainly the lord will guide me ," Carey stands from the floor, and exits onto a large balcony overlooking the city.
Certainly, much is always made in newspapers and magazines of celebrity couples with a notable height difference, especially where a man is shorter than his wife ( for example, Jamie Cullum, shorter at than Sophie Dahl, though the difference is often exaggerated ).
** Certainly a viable mechanism where the wolf tooth is large and positioned so that it has close contact with the buccal mucosa
Certainly and has
Certainly it is not necessary to repeat that the United States has no intention of interfering in the internal affairs of any nation ; ;
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 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, it is the traditional clarity of his music which has endeared him to the Western World -- not his experimentations.
Certainly not the largest afternoon audience Newport has ever had at a jazz concert and the most attentive and quiet.
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, republicanism in Australia has traditionally been supported most strongly by urban working class of Irish Catholic background, whereas monarchism is a core value associated with urban and rural inhabitants of British Protestant heritage and the middle class, to the extent that there were calls in 1999 for 300, 000 exceptionally enfranchised British subjects who were not Australian citizens to be barred from voting on the grounds that they would vote as a loyalist bloc in a tight referendum.
Certainly, on many occasions, Giscard has criticised Chirac's policies, despite supporting Chirac's governing coalition.
Certainly when the crew is short handed, or when the vessel is in heavy weather, the quick turn method has a lot of merit because it avoids a jibe.
Certainly, the Hong Kong event encapsulates all the really good things that the game has to offer – splendid organisation, wonderful sporting spirit, universal camaraderie, admirable field behaviour, the most enjoyable crowd participation, the chance for emergent rugby nations to lock horns with the mighty men of,,,, and the Barbarians.
Certainly, the FSA's implementation of capital requirements for banks has been lax relative to some other countries.
A convert to Catholicism, Mara wrote of his faith: " Certainly it has been the rock on which I have been able to rely in good times and in bad, and it is the lodestone of my life.
Certainly baseball is related to cricket and rounders, but exactly how, or how closely, has not been established.
Certainly the Nationalists had a high opinion of Li's organisational skills ; a secret report prepared during their rural pacification campaign in 1928 explained why they were having particular difficulties in Anyuan: The reason the Communist Party has such a deeply rooted and firm foundation at Anyuan is because in the past the Communists carried out comprehensive ' red education ' at Anyuan.
: Certainly few countries, if any, have to tell of such a painful apostolate, or of one which has had such success.
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 and played
:" Certainly, McLauchlan was not the conventional size and shape for a loose-head prop in the 1970s, but in many ways it was precisely the combination of an amazing power to weight ratio plus his ability to get under the opposing tight-head that made him such an effective performer in the tight ... As a larger than life character, he played best in the most intimidating circumstances ... making him one of Scotland's most successful captains.
Certainly and night
Certainly something special happened on that night in 1969, and we've made it more special in our need to have what I call a point of origin ... it's more complex than saying that it all started with Stonewall.
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, from some angles, the building seems to float above the lawns of the campus, and it is particularly striking at night.
Certainly and celebrated
Certainly, the broad division of the year into the Christmas and Easter seasons, interspersed with periods of Ordinary Time, is identical, and the majority of the Festivals and Commemorations are also celebrated, with a few exceptions.
Certainly and 20th
Certainly Channon was in form, which promised much for England's chances of racking up a high total in Luxembourg, and he hit his 20th England goal in a 2 – 1 win over Northern Ireland in May 1977.
Certainly and season
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.
Certainly the goose has long ago parted company with the printers ' wayzgoose, which was usually held in July, though it had no fixed season.
Certainly to obtain the best price for the fish caught during the fishing season the quality of the fish was of prime importance and care was taken to ensure a profitable catch.