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Every and desire
Every belief, desire, etc.
Every belief, desire etc.
" Jeffrey P. Dennis, author of the journal article " The Same Thing We Do Every Night: Signifying Same-Sex Desire in Television Cartoons ," said that the inclusion of Smurfette in the cartoon version of The Smurfs was likely to serve as an object of heterosexual desire for the other Smurfs and to end speculation arguing that the Smurfs were homosexual.
Every day we're bombarded with hundreds, if not thousands of messages designed specifically to incite desire within us.

Every and degrades
Every manmade closed system inevitably degrades.

Every and us
Every one of us has been passing through days of anxiety ; we cannot, however, feel that peace has been established, but that we have nothing but an armistice in a state of war.
* Every thing that was within the general rule and was excluded from the rule to teach us a rule, we don't consider this rule as pertaining only to this excluded case, but to the entire general case.
Marr told NME in early 1987, " Every single label came to see us.
Every one of us regrets and suffers when blood is shed anywhere and nobody regrets more than the Israeli government the fact that innocent people were killed in the retaliation act in Kibya.
The 1940s brought us Before I Hang ( 1940 ), Black Friday ( 1940 ), Dr. Cyclops ( 1940 ), The Devil Commands ( 1941 ), Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde ( 1941 ), Man Made Monster ( 1941 ), It Happened Tomorrow ( 1944 ), It Happens Every Spring ( 1949 ), and The Perfect Woman ( 1949 ).
" Every snapshot is a recollection, a remembrance ," he writes in the introduction, " and nothing can sensitise us more to the fragility of time, to its impermanent and fleeting naturethan photography.
Every year it offers something to society, and it offered something to each and every one of us.
Charles W. Kingston taught that “ Every individual ... no matter what authority, standing, or station he is in, is responsible to the one above him in exactly the same way as if that individual was the Savior himself .... We must look at the one above us in the same light as we look at the Savior .” This doctrine is known as the Law of Satisfaction and it places immense importance on honoring all participants with lower numbers, who are higher in the hierarchy.
It's about that failure happens to all of us ... Every character is not only flawed, but sucks at what they do, and is beautiful at it and Jackson and I suck at what we do, and we try to be beautiful at it, and failure is how you get by ... It shows that failure's funny, and it's beautiful and it's life, and it's okay, and it's all we can write because we are big ... failures.
Every blacksmith in your city should stop all other work in order to make them and you should send them to us at Rochester with all speed ".
More explicit expressions of dissent as also common: “ 25 November 2002: Every Day new intrigues and tyrannies by our repressive turbaned rulers ... And crazy Muslims around the world that bring nothing but carnage and shame ... I swear to god ... if it weren't for clergy like Eshkavari who keep telling us that what they do is not Islam ... I would abandon this little faith once and for all ” In 2004 the government began to arrest and charge bloggers as political dissidents.
Theodore Roosevelt uttered a phrase more similar to Churchill's in an address to the Naval War College on June 2, 1897, following his appointment as Assistant Secretary of the Navy: " Every man among us is more fit to meet the duties and responsibilities of citizenship because of the perils over which, in the past, the nation has triumphed ; because of the blood and sweat and tears, the labor and the anguish, through which, in the days that have gone, our forefathers moved on to triumph.
Every stage in the origin of clays, sands and gravels can be seen in process around us, but where these have been converted into coherent shales, sandstone and conglomerates, and still more where they have experienced some degree of metamorphism, there are many obscure points about their history upon which experiment may yet throw light.
In England, as Sidney tells us, " Every Oriental horse -- Turk, Barb or Egyptian bred -- is called an Arab in this country.
Every night, we heard armed peasants roaming around us, drawn to our goods, and every night, we expected to be assassinated.
* Hillary Clinton said on September 13, 2001: " Every nation has to either be with us, or against us.
" Every creature, every work of God, is admirably well made ; but if any one appears imperfect in our eyes, it does not belong to us to criticise it.
Barnes later commented " Every DJ in the country begged us to release " Khe Sanh " as a single.
Every year thousands of us are maimed.
* " Every time we begin to pray to Jesus it is the Holy Spirit who draws us on the way of prayer by his prevenient grace " (# 2670 Catechism of the Catholic Church ).
Local reaction to the Grantham Journal was over-ridingly negative with vehement criticism in the letters page including " Because he is one of Cameron ’ s Cronies, he appears to believe that he can get away with absolutely anything. Every time this man opens his mouth, he spouts utter drivel, Why couldn ’ t the Tory selectors have sent us a Genghis Khan figure, not this useless lightweight?
Peter Colegate of the Patent Office stated that " Every year, Birmingham amazes us by coming up with thousands of inventions.

Every and renders
Every computer or console in the game renders the virtual world and characters in realtime sufficiently fast enough that the number of frames per second makes the visual simulation seem like standard full motion video or better.
Every singer generally renders the same bandish differently, with only the text and the raga remaining the same.

Every and slaves
* Every Child Ministries — child slaves
" Every sentence that they write -- every word that they speak -- every resistance that they make, against foreign oppression, is a call upon their slaves to destroy them ," Garrison wrote.
* South Carolina, 1712-" Be it enacted by the authority aforesaid, That no master, mistress, overseer, or other person whatsoever, that hath the care and charge of any negro or slave, shall give their negroes and other slaves leave ... to go out of their plantations .... Every slave hereafter out of his master's plantation, without a ticket, or leave in writing, from his master ... shall be whipped ...."
Every individual, including slaves, was entitled to a certain amount of land, the amount depending on their ability to supply labor.

Every and what
1 ) Every age rewrites the events of its history in terms of what should have been, creating legends about itself that rationalize contemporary beliefs and excuse contemporary actions.
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.
" Nietzsche, who was heavily influenced by Schopenhauer, wrote: " Every concept originates through our equating what is unequal.
During the Renaissance, there arose a critical attitude that sharply distinguished between apostolic tradition and what George Every calls " subsidiary mythology "— popular legends surrounding saints, relics, the cross, etc .— suppressing the latter.
Every dance, no matter what style, has something in common.
Every sentence must contain formal words to designate what Husserl calls " formal categories ".
In his most popular book, Cultural Literacy — What Every American Needs To Know, he offers lists, quotations, and information regarding what he believes is essential knowledge.
Every rational soul has naturally a good free-will, formed for the choice of what is good.
Every member of this family does exactly what he or she wants to do.
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 '.
Every U. S. jurisdiction has its own regulations regarding what, precisely, must be said to a person arrested or placed in a custodial situation.
Historian Barry Adam notes, " Every social movement must choose at some point what to retain and what to reject out of its past.
Every composer works differently and the orchestrator's job is to understand what is required from one composer to the next.
" In an interesting meditation on what he viewed as the harm which would result if Christian ideals were abandoned in Belgium, he said: " Every time society has distanced itself from the Gospel, which preached humility, fraternity, and peace, the people have been unhappy, because the pagan civilization of ancient Rome, which they wanted to replace it with, is based only on pride and the abuse of force " ( Commemorative speech for the war dead of the Battle of the Yser, given by Dom Marie-Albert, Abbot of Orval Abbey, Belgium, in 1936 ).
Every odd-numbered chapter is in the second person, and tells the reader what he is doing in preparation for reading the next chapter.
Every week, Newkirk holds what The New Yorker calls a war council, with two dozen of her top strategists gathered round a square table in the PETA conference room, no suggestion considered too outrageous.
In the film, Astaire suffers from what Rogers terms an " affliction ": " Every once in a while I suddenly find myself dancing.
Every country is invited to submit what it considers its best film to the Academy.
Every year, therefore, the chapter, " Remember what Amalek did unto thee " ( Deut.
People seem to be content with what they have ; their poverty is not depicted as unbearable, and it does not prevent them from being fervent patriots (" Every man's fust duty is ter get as many children as ' e bloomin ' well can ") or from enjoying their spare time ( which is often spent in pubs ; also Liza drinks a lot ).
The dark theme of the album was balanced by " Every Little Thing ", a " celebration of what a wonderful girl the guy has ", according to Unterberger, that appeared later in the album and had been written as an attempt for a single, according to McCartney:
" Every citizen of Rome gave him one day's ration of food, although Dionysius of Halicarnassus does not explain what logistically such a contribution should mean and how and when it was delivered.
( As one later wrote of finally being forced to make an anti-American statement: " I had learned what we all learned over there: Every man has his breaking point.

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