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" I might easily have written this story in the traditional manner [...] Every novelist knows the recipe [...] It is not very difficult to follow a simple, chronological scheme which the critics will understand [...] But I, after all, am trying to tell the story of this Chapelizod family in a new way.
Every June 20, the day before the summer solstice, round cakes called summanalia, made of flour, milk and honey and shaped as wheels, were offered to him as a token of propitiation: the wheel might be a solar symbol.
Every time he requested the Holy Prophet to advise him, what to do so that he might leave this world with his faith intact.
Equity has come not to destroy the law but to fulfill it, to supplement it, to explain it .” Every jot & every title of law was to be bayed, but when all this had been done yet something might be needed, something that equity would require & that was added by equity.
* Every citizen is required to learn skills, such as husbandry, which they might need to help them survive if they happen to be among the last human beings in Britain.
Every other fret remains unaffected ( e. g. the 7th fret of an E-string will still play a B note for any capo position at or below the 7th fret ), and thus a performer does not need to adjust for or relearn the entire fretboard as they might with retuning.
Every new Cercle Commander might well bring with him vast projects for development and the restructuring of the people's lives he governed.
In response to Crosby's letter and threats, Carleton wrote in a letter to The New York Times that he was motivated to write his " labor of love " for Crosby in order to raise money that she might have a home of her own for the first time in her life ; that he had interviewed Crosby and transcribed the details of her life ; had paid her for her time and materials ; had secured her permission to publish the material in his magazine Every Where, and in a book ; had paid all the expenses for publishing and printing out of his own pocket ; had promoted the book in his own time and at his own expense ; and had remitted to her $ 235. 20 for the royalties owing for the previous eight months at the agreed rate, and had sent additional contributions given by admirers at his lectures to her.
Every room of this part of the castle could be heated ; in contrast, other castles might only have one or two heated rooms.
Every Sámi settlement had its seita, which had no regular shape, and might consist of smooth or odd-looking stones picked out of a stream, of a small pile of stones, of a tree-stump, or of a simple post.
Recall that a subsemigroup G of a semigroup S is a subgroup of S ( also called sometimes a group in S ) if there exists an idempotent e such that G is a group with identity element e. A semigroup S is group-bound if some power of each element of S lies in some subgroup of S. Every finite semigroup is group-bound, but a group-bound semigroup might be infinite.
" “ Every reasonable person believes in animal rights ,” he says, continuing that " we might conclude that certain practices cannot be defended and should not be allowed to continue, if, in practice, mere regulation will inevitably be insufficient — and if, in practice, mere regulation will ensure that the level of animal suffering will remain very high.
Every effort was made to ensure that the bullion was landed in Spain rather than France, from where it might never return.
Every window was lit, to lurid effect, as if the interior of the structure might be on fire.
Every step in the Belgian debate can be interpreted symbolically as a fight between two cultures that might show mutual respect only hen they can be protected from each other's domination.
At least one publication, To Every Thing A Season by Bruce Kuklick, has suggested other factors that might have contributed to the sweep, noting that some of the A's may have been irritated at the penny-pinching ways of their manager / owner Connie Mack and thus did not play hard, and also noting the heavy wagering against Philadelphia placed by entertainer George M. Cohan through bookmaker Sport Sullivan, who was also implicated in the 1919 Black Sox scandal.
Every foreigner was strictly interrogated on landing as to what his business might be ; and if he had not a reasonable answer to give, he was sent back by the next vessel, and often very unceremoniously treated.
Every major Korean neo-Confucianist shared Toegye's preoccupation with single-mindedness, which signalled new stress on praxis in the development of Korean neo-Confucianism: the fusion of the metaphysical and the physical is better brought about through action than speculation, important as theory might be.
Every other city, competing for the Red Sox, had given the club figures on what they might have they choose their city, not their current factual figures.
... Every time we explain how a better future might be built, we redraw the boundaries of the possible.

Every and use
Every president since Franklin Roosevelt has made use of Camp David.
These languages all use special-purpose knowledge engineering because as stated by Tom Gruber, " Every ontology is a treaty-a social agreement among people with common motive in sharing.
Every use of modus tollens can be converted to a use of modus ponens and one use of transposition to the premise which is a material implication.
Every screenplay and teleplay begins with an idea, and screenwriters use those ideas to write scripts, with the intention of selling them and having them produced.
Every data source has a different data-access language ( or API ), driving up the costs to learn and use each vendor's product.
Every sailing ship has a hull, rigging and at least one mast to hold up the sails that use the wind to power the ship.
Every spring, storm chasers head to the Great Plains of the United States and the Canadian Prairies to explore the scientific aspects of storms and tornadoes through use of videotaping.
Every use of a bank machine, payment by credit card, use of a phone card, call from home, checked out library book, rented video, or otherwise complete recorded transaction generates an electronic record.
Controversy ensued over the use of the phrase " Every seat lost to the government is a seat sold to the Boers " as the Unionists waged a personalised campaign against Liberal critics of the war – some posters even portrayed Liberal MPs praising President Kruger and helping him to haul down the Union Jack.
Every year, the post office also creates a special Christmas hand-cancellation pictorial postmark for use during December, which also attracts mail from all over the world.
One unique challenge that the team encountered early on was related to deph perception, the team remedied through the use of shadows: Every object in the game has a shadow directly below it regardless of the area's lighting.
Every woman, being with child, who, with intent to procure her own miscarriage, shall unlawfully administer to herself any poison or other noxious thing, or shall unlawfully use any instrument or other means whatsoever with the like intent, and whosoever, with intent to procure the miscarriage of any woman whether she be or be not with child, shall unlawfully administer to her or cause to be taken by her any poison or other noxious thing, or unlawfully use any instrument or other means whatsoever with the like intent, shall be guilty of felony, and being convicted thereof shall be liable.
Every day, users rely on allocation of frequencies for efficient use of such devices as:
Every 20 ms frame may be transmitted at a different rate, as determined by the service in use ( voice or data ).
Every name lookup must either start with a query to a root server or use information that was once obtained from a root server.
Every locally constant function from the real numbers R to R is constant by the connectedness of R. But the function f from the rationals Q to R, defined by f ( x ) = 0 for x < π, and f ( x ) = 1 for x > π, is locally constant ( here we use the fact that π is irrational and that therefore the two sets
Every proposition in itself is composed out of ideas in themselves ( for simplicity, we will use proposition to mean " proposition in itself " and idea to refer to an objective idea or idea in itself.
For example, to study the theorem “ Every bounded sequence of real numbers has a supremum ” it is necessary to use a base system which can speak of real numbers and sequences of real numbers.
Every winter, the Asahikawa Winter Festival is held on the bank of the Ishikari River, making use of Asahikawa's cold climate and snow.
Every lobsterman is required to use a lobster gauge to measure the distance from the lobster's eye socket to the end of its carapace: if the lobster is less than long, it is too young to be sold and must be released back to the sea.

Every and favourite
Every year in the month Poseidonia ( early winter ), the Ikarians would host the drama festival, " Τα Εν Αγροις Διονυσια ’ ( Rural Dionysia ) to honour their favourite god, Dionysos.
Every year starts off with the annual " New Students Fun and Games " in which the old students mix and mingle with the new students in a variety of activities across campus culminating in the favourite " Mud Pit " in which the Headmaster, faculty, and students take part in by diving into a mud pit to declare their entrance into the new school year.

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