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Even when public bodies arrived at a consensus, at least one dissenting vote has been usual.
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Even and when
Even Sally, in spite of her gaiety and obvious welcome, followed the old taboo of `` quitting the gab when wearing the nosebag ''.
Even strange names seemed to make them feel closer to some kind of civilization when stumbled across out here in this wilderness.
Even the knowledge that she was losing another boy, as a mother always does when a marriage is made, did not prevent her from having the first carefree, dreamless sleep that she had known since they dropped down the canyon and into Bear Valley, way, way back there when they were crossing those other mountains.
Even as she was telling me about it I became aware of a give-away flush that suffused her neck and moved upwards to her cheeks, and subconsciously I realized that when she entered the store she did not switch on the lights.
`` Even when the islands were under German mandate before World War 1,, Europeans gave Eromonga a wide berth.
Even when he is called upon for impromptu remarks, he has notes written on the back of handy envelopes.
Even the first wave of homesickness had passed, although there were moments when Captain Heard pointed out on his compass the direction of Bradford that she felt a little twinge at her heart.
Even when Mrs. Coolidge was in mourning for her son, she reached out to help other people in trouble.
Even more important, in his Poetics, Aristotle differs somewhat from Plato when he moves in the direction of treating literature as a unique thing, separate and apart from its causes and its effects.
Even so, Edward's ambassadors can scarcely have foreseen that five years of unremitting work lay ahead of them before peace was finally made and that when it did come the countless embassies that left England for Rome during that period had very little to do with it.
Even when they are finished, however, the contrast will remain, for Istanbul is the only city in the world that is built upon two continents.
Even though I have always had a genius for `` throwing myself '' into every role and `` playing it for all it's worth '', no actress can be expected to do her best work when her fortune, her reputation, her livelihood, her home and her nation itself are all imperilled.
Even when the intensity of the shocks was increased gradually, it failed to evoke any signs of pain.
Even when defenseless of weapons the Danes would be Gar-Dene ( as their king is Hrothgar ) and Priam would be EUMMELIHS.
Even a city of thirty thousand might have six baseball teams, sponsored by grocers and hardware merchants or department stores, that played two or three times a week throughout the summer, usually in the cool of the evening, before an earnest and partisan audience who did not begrudge a quarter each, or even more, to be dropped into a hat when the game was half over.
Even if that's all the promise he ever gave or ever will give, the giving of it once was enough and you believed it then and you will always believe it, even when it is finally the only thing in the world you have left to believe, and the whole world is telling you that one was a lie.
Even when he is on the way to Memphis you will still have the promise resting inside you like a gift, and it is he inside of you.
Even when the statistical model is nonlinear, it can be approximated by a linear model for which an analysis of variance may be appropriate.
Even when this elder brother first displayed symptoms of delicate health, the notion that he might die young was never taken seriously, and he was betrothed to the Princess Maria Feodorovna ( Dagmar of Denmark ).
Even when new settlers arrived, this new dialect was strong enough to deflect the influence of other patterns of speech.
Even when he had achieved popularity and his work was in demand, he still reworked models, often destroying them or setting them aside to be returned to years later.
Even " vanishingly small " quantities of dioxin in the diet caused adverse health effects when tested on animals.
Even Houbraken recalled that Cuyp was a devout Calvinist and the fact that when he died, there were no paintings of other artists found in his home.
Even and public
Even if we marshal substantial agreement behind mandatory public education, we likely cannot expect that all the states will enact the legislation.
Even the private reflections of Alcaeus, ostensibly sung at dinner parties, still retain a public function.
Even in cases of real crimes, the positive laws frequently punish only the particular offence, while in public opinion the offender, even after he has undergone punishment, is still incapacitated for certain honours and distinctions which are granted only to persons of unblemished character.
Even flags flown over the U. S. Capitol for sale to the public through Representatives or Senators are provided in these sizes.
Even more surprising was Carías's public acceptance of defeat and his urging of his supporters to accept the new government.
Even if a provider were so irrational as to want to provide such coverage, it is against the public policy of most countries to allow such insurance to exist, and thus it is usually illegal.
Even his friend Antoine-Jacques Roustan felt impelled to write a polite rebuttal of the chapter on Civil Religion in the Social Contract, which implied that the concept of a Christian Republic was paradoxical since Christianity taught submission rather than participation in public affairs.
Even though it has only come to the attention of the general public in the last few decades, lucid dreaming is not a modern discovery.
Even the use of words like " the people ," " democracy ," and " equality " in public debate bothered him, for such words were " metaphysical abstractions that either have no meaning, or at least none that mere mortals can comprehend.
Even to the present day, this has always been the basis of all successful legislation: public custom is adopted and enforced by the State.
Even when the Rosetta Stone was undergoing conservation measures in 1999, the work was done in the gallery so that it could remain visible to the public.
Even then, Roosevelt's New Deal focused predominantly on a program of providing work and stimulating the economy through public spending on projects, rather than on cash payment.
Even considering this, however, the Statute of Anne was " the watershed event in Anglo-American copyright history ... transforming what had been the publishers ' private law copyright into a public law grant ".
" Even today some American creationists, fighting in courts and state legislatures to demand that creationism be taught on an equal footing with evolution in the schools, have claimed that it was Mencken's trial reports in 1925 that turned public opinion against creationism.
Even though under the new government both public and private ownership were accepted, government spokespersons occasionally referred to a reconstruction phase in the country's development, in which property owners and the professional class would be tapped for their managerial and technical expertise.
Even the less damaged buildings in entire city blocks were torn down by the order of occupational authorities and large swaths of land turned into public parks.
Even though his records have been overtaken, " his pre-eminence has not " and he remains " the most famous cricketer of them all ", the one who " elevated the game in public esteem ".
Even though the Crusaders and the other factions employed personal assassinations, the fact that hashashins performed their assassination in full view of the public gave them the reputation affiliated to them.
Even though they worked independently of one another, because they employed differing means to similar ends, and because superficial similarities and even some more substantive ones are evident, the public and the critics associated them more than the facts warranted.
Even if the public were able to evaluate policy proposals effectively, they would find it infeasible to engage in collective action in order to defend their diffuse interest.
Even after these undertakings, Luna Island, the small piece of land between the main waterfall and the Bridal Veil, remained off limits to the public for years owing to fears that it was unstable and could collapse into the gorge at any time.
Even so, the Johnson administration in the second half of 1964 focused on convincing the American public that there was no chance of war between North Vietnam and the U. S.