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Every day, when the President took his nap, Rob Roy would stretch out on the window seat near him, like a perfect gentleman, and stare thoughtfully out the window, or he would take a little nap himself.
Every man who dabbles in the market to make a little easy money on the side and suffers losses could at the time hardly face his wife who was wondering how her husband could be so dumb.
Every pitch in the game brought forth a howl from the enraptured audience and every fly ball the visitors dropped ( and because their right fielder was still a little fuzzy from drink, they dropped many ) called forth yelps of derision.
Every car uses either a 5. 0 L Ford " Boss 302 " SVO or a 5. 0 L Chevrolet small block race-engine ( depending on the make )-capable of producing between 460 and 485 kW ( 620 — 650 bhp ) of power, but generally quoted as a little over 450 kW ( 600 bhp ) in race trim.
The AI was criticized by PC Gamer UK as " laughable ": " Every encounter you have is filled with people too stupid to realise that running away or taking some sort of cover would be the best option ... Academy requires little to no skill to play through.
This tongue-in-cheek " doctrine " is usually summarized as " Every ten years or so, the United States needs to pick up some small crappy little country and throw it against the wall, just to show the world we mean business ," which Goldberg remembered Ledeen saying in an early 1990s speech.
* " Every ten years or so, the United States needs to pick up some small crappy little country and throw it against the wall, just to show the world we mean business "
Former Foreign Office minister Denis MacShane said: ' Every little rat who feasted during the Bush years is now leaving the ship '.
Every character in the novel is fascinated by the charismatic Stavrogin, especially the younger Verkhovensky, who envisions him as the figurehead of the revolution he attempts to spark, though Stavrogin shows little interest in these schemes.
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.
Low overhead and no video or promotional cost partnered with very little distribution costs allow for hearty royalties " Every six months I send those guys royalty checks ," Werckman says.
Every possible exit was blocked and with so many guardsmen, there would be little room for a riot to break loose.
He made three receptions for 60 yards in a week twelve win over the Kansas City Chiefs on November 29, and Reid said, " Every week we're giving Freddie a little bit more responsibility and he's coming along very well right now.
* In " Jeder stirbt für sich allein " ( published in English as Every Man Dies Alone or " Alone in Berlin ") by Hans Fallada, the author depicts the " resistance of the little people " to the Nazi regime.
Every man, woman and child knew that if something that horrific could happen to that little girl, it could happen to anyone.
: Every 400 years, a baby werewolf is born into the Fangsworth family, and so when the moon shined on little Sherman Fangsworth, he changed into Fangface, a werewolf!
Every man-of-war, you know, has her Lucky Bag, containing a little of every thing, and something belonging to every body.
Every and change
* Tested: Every change must be tested in a safe test environment, which closely reflects the actual production environment, before the change is applied to the production environment.
Every unintended change in the configuration, by user mistake or due to a software error, results in additional calls.
Every three years ( formerly two, until a change made in 2007 ), delegates from around the world meet together with these leaders to vote on church business in World Conference.
Every action that influences an organization's improvement program in a change agent-client system relationship can be said to be an intervention.
Every price change can be decomposed into an income effect and a substitution effect ; the price effect is the sum of substitution and income effects.
Every state is information, and every change of state is a change in information ( requiring the manipulation of one or more bits ).
" Every man has a right to enter the Republic, exit it, travel through its territory, and change his residence without the need of a security card, passport, or any similar device.
It is arguable that the recent Consultation Paper issued by CAFCASS and entitled Every Day Matters is a recognition of the hurt and resentment caused by the existing Family Law system, and is a call for radical change, particularly by the early adoption of Shared Residence in the vast majority of cases.
He stated, " Every time I go into Chess, put some un-blues players with me [...] If you change my sound, then you gonna change the whole man.
Every Uratha may change at will into five distinct forms, each with its own benefits and drawbacks ( physical abilities, digestive traits, reaction to certain drugs, instincts ).
Every day of the week is now 25-hours long except for Thursday ( which, due to time anomalies, has not occurred in over a decade ), while the change in the length of the year led to the creation of new months such as Janril, Febtober, and Marchuary.
Every particular church may ordain, change, or abolish rites and ceremonies, so that all things may be done to edification.
Every the spark plug needed cleaning, and the chain adjustment checked, and every an oil change, breaker point check, and valve adjustment was due.
Every second-order linear ODE on the extended complex plane with at most four regular singular points, such as the Lamé equation or the hypergeometric differential equation, can be transformed into this equation by a change of variable.
" Property of Jesus ," " Yonder Comes Sin ," and new arrangements of older material like " Ain't Gonna Go To Hell ( For Anybody )" were composed during this time, but the three most important works written that summer were " Every Grain of Sand ," " Caribbean Wind ," and " The Groom's Still Waiting at the Altar "; each of these marked a dramatic change in Dylan's lyrical direction, with the latter two " contrast his troubled sexual relations with the demands of a higher calling ," according to author Clinton Heylin.
Every year, there are diversity assemblies and diversity days, with the focus on topics such as religion, gender identification, sexual orientation, socioeconomics, and other forms of diversity ; the topics change from year to year.
Every episode begins with the Kratt brothers in " Animal Junction ", a peculiar place in which the rules of nature change and wild animals come to visit and play.