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Every child knows that a nation which ceased to work, I will not say for a year, but even for a week, would perish.
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Martin later reflected on his time spent with his family as a child: " Every time I find myself in front of an audience, be it twenty people or one hundred thousand, once again I feel the energy that consumed me back at the family gatherings of my youth.
Every time that a child was placed in them the priests of Moloch spread out their hands upon him to burden him with the crimes of the people, vociferating: " They are not men but oxen!
Every child recorded into the family records in a each generation would share an identical character in their names.
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.
In 1791 Ritson remarked that Tom's popularity was known far and wide: " Every city, town, village, shop, stall, man, woman, and child, in the kingdom, can bear witness to it.
** Every item entry must be within one level of its predecessor, such that each item must be a sibling or child of the preceding item ( thus, no item can be a grandchild of the preceding item ).
Every child born in Fiji on or after the date on which the Constitution took effect is deemed to be a citizen of Fiji, provided that at least one parent is a citizen, and that neither parent is an accredited diplomat of a foreign power.
Every day after school, Ichiro is tormented by a gang of bullies led by a child named Sancho ( Junichi Ito ), whom Ichiro has nicknamed " Gabara.
Every child knows, too, that the masses of products corresponding to different needs require different and quantitatively determined masses of the total labour of society.
Every child would have a guarantee of £ 50 sterling to finance his or her eventual re-emigration, as it was expected the children would stay in the country only temporarily.
In Heebs Winter 2008 edition, Courtney Love told Heeb of ex-husband Kurt Cobain's legacy: " Every time you buy a Nirvana record, part of that money is not going to Kurt's child, or to me, it's going to a handful of Jew loan officers, Jew private banks, it's going to lawyers who are also bankers ...."
Every child must be insured individually maximally up to their 25th year ( e. g. if studying, if not, then earlier, regularly apprenticeship lasts 2½ – 3 years ).
Every and knows
Every library borrower, or at least those whose taste goes beyond the five-cent fiction rentals, knows what it is to hear the librarian say apologetically, `` I'm sorry, but we don't have that book.
" More immediately, though, he called for a massive build-up of U. S. arms production: " Every realist knows that the democratic way of life is at this moment being ' directly assailed in every part of the world … The need of the moment is that our actions and our policy should be devoted primarily — almost exclusively — to meeting this foreign peril.
When coming to Kubla Khan, he pointed out: " instead of being content to have written finely under the influence of laudanum, recommends ' Kubla-Khan ' to his readers, not as a poem, but as ' a psychological curiosity ' ... Every lover of books, scholar or not, who knows what it is to have his quarto open against a loaf at his tea ... ought to be in possession of Mr. Coleridge's poems, if it is only for ' Christabel ', ' Kubla Khan ', and the ' Ancient Mariner '.
Belkis Lora, a relative of a passenger on the crashed flight, said " Every Dominican in New York has either taken that flight or knows someone who has.
Every destination in the topology table can be marked either as " Passive ", which is the state when the routing has stabilized and the router knows the route to the destination, or " Active " when the topology has changed and the router is in the process of ( actively ) updating its route to that destination.
Every character in the novel — both men and women — knows their place, and the traditional stereotypes of gender roles are repeated over and over again.
" 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.
" A woman quoted in the newspaper said " Every Dominican in New York has either taken that flight or knows someone who has.
Every man in Schörner's area knows that he may die at the front but will inevitably die in the rear.
The word was used by Australian country music performer Slim Dusty in the lyrics of his 1987 " nursery-rhyme-style " song " Boomerang ": " Every picaninny knows, that's where the roly-poly goes .".
" Every astrologer is worthy of praise and honour ," Scot wrote, " Since by such a doctrine as astrology he probably knows many secrets of God, and things which few know.
Every other designer looks and says, ‘ How do they live the way they do ?’ I don ’ t think they made the money that Valentino and Giancarlo did, because Giancarlo knows how to make money.
The Journalist and the Murderer, written by Janet Malcolm and published in 1990, is about the relationship between journalists and their subjects, and explores the relationship between McGinniss and MacDonald as the subject of the author's thesis that, " Every journalist who is not too stupid or too full of himself to notice what is going on knows that what he does is morally indefensible.
Every woman united to an anarchist ( or vice versa ), knows very well that she should not exercise on him, or accept from him, domination of any kind.