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Had Churchill been returned to office in 1945, it is just possible that Britain, instead of standing fearfully aloof, would have led Europe toward union.
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Had and Churchill
An early example is If It Had Happened Otherwise ( 1931 ) which features a contribution by Winston Churchill who examined what would have happened had Robert E. Lee won at the Battle of Gettysburg.
Had and been
Had Dandy been older or wiser, instinct might have warned him that he would be well advised to flee from the Lalauries' tender care if he valued his life.
Had the situation been reversed, had, for instance, England been the enemy in 1898 because of issues of concern chiefly to New England, there is little doubt that large numbers of Southerners would have happily put on their old Confederate uniforms to fight as allies of Britain.
Had he been able to escape this long siege of invalidism, I'm convinced, Papa would have left a sizable estate.
Had I been granted the floor on a point of personal privilege, the matter she raised would have been clarified.
Had it been bestowed while the Secretary General of the United Nations was living, unquestionably he would have been greatly encouraged in pursuing a difficult and, in many ways, thankless task.
Had I been in an all-married section I would have missed this, and I believe that this single aspect has been of great personal value to me ''.
Had Hoijer substituted for his 15 adjectival slots 15 good animal and plant items, his rate of stem replacement would have been lower and the age of Athabascan language separation smaller.
Had More's writings been wholly limited to such exercises, they would be almost as dimly remembered as those of a dozen or so other authors living in his time, whose works tenuously survive in the minds of the few hundred scholars who each decade in pursuit of their very specialized occasions read those works.
Had I been there, I, too, in the eyes of most Americans, would have been merely a pawn in the hands of the Communists.
Had it not been for such private enterprise, diocesan authorities might of course have been goaded into establishing institutions subsidized by diocesan funds and parish collections and staffed by religious as paid employees.
`` Had a world war not been in progress, there would never, under any conceivable stretch of the imagination, have been an Allied intervention in North Russia ''.
Had she forgotten she had signed the car away, that whatever they mutually owned had been divided among the children??
Had there been another `` brain '' ship at the Base at the moment, Helva would have been guided to make the first move.
Had and returned
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Had only the New Territories been returned to China, it would also have been difficult to accommodate those New Territories residents moving to the Kowloon Peninsula and Hong Kong Island.
Had the 70 year old Schreyer won, it would have marked the first time a former governor general had been elected to the Canadian House of Commons ; previously, former Lieutenant Governors had been called to the Senate to sit as party members, and some former Governors General who hailed from the United Kingdom returned there to sit with party affiliations in the House of Lords, sometimes even serving in cabinet.
Had Yayoi not returned to Stellvia and recognized the danger Shipon might be in, Ayaka might have seriously injured or even killed her.
Had this collapse taken place a few hours earlier, many hundreds of miners, newly returned from the First World War, would have died crushed under millions of tons of rock.
Had he returned to Baku with the manuscript in hand, it would have been sheer suicide as the Bolsheviks had executed most of the government officials of the former regime and any opposition.
Had and office
Had the President died, resigned or been removed from office during those times, the President pro tempore of the Senate would have become the Acting President:
Had the President died, resigned or been removed from office, the Secretary of State would have become Acting President:
Had he remained in office, he would have cultivated the British alliance and cooperated with Britain in Egypt ; and when the succeeding Freycinet government shrank from that enterprise only to see it undertaken with signal success by Britain alone, Gambetta's foresight was quickly justified.
Had Nixon resigned without a sitting Vice President to succeed him, Albert would have become Acting President under the Presidential Succession Act of 1947, which would have forced Albert to resign from the office of Speaker as well as the House.
Had he accepted, Owen might have become President of the United States following Harrison's death early in office instead of John Tyler.
Had President Truman died, resigned, or been removed from office during those seven days, Morgenthau would have become Acting President of the United States until the end of the presidential term in 1949.
Had he not believed that preaching was a higher calling, he might have run for office himself as he was occasionally encouraged to do.
Had Riyad had his way, Urabi and his associates would have been executed forthwith ; so when the British insisted that clemency should be extended to the leaders of the revolt, Riyad refused to remain in office as interior minister, resigning in December 1882.
Had a calamity occurred in Washington, Clinton ( not Donovan ) would have become Acting President, as her office is higher in the line of succession.
Had Hege been elected to office, being a convicted felon, he would not have been allowed to carry a gun, although he had claimed he would work to have that privilege restored.
Had Landrieu won, he would have been the first white mayor of New Orleans since his father left office in 1978.
Had and 1945
* Inez M. Cavanaugh, " Reminiscing in Tempo: Tricky Sam Goes Over the Great Times He Had with Duke, Bubber, Freddie Jenkins ,", Metronome ( February 1945 ), 17, 26 ; as reprinted in Mark Tucker, The Duke Ellington Reader, New York: Oxford University Press, 1993.
Had and is
Had U.S. warships not appeared off the Dominican coast, there is every possibility that the country would now be wracked by civil war.
"( I've Had ) The Time of My Life " is now seen and heard ubiquitously on TV and radio commercials — covered by singers other than Medley and Warnes — usually connected with vacation, cruise, resort, and other such holiday-themed advertisers aimed at those looking at what to do with their dream holiday excursions.
* An REO is mentioned in a humorous 1933 short story by James Thurber entitled, The Car We Had to Push.
Had he not suffered an incapacitating stroke on the way to Notre Dame mass in 1990, it is likely that he would have continued to use his popularity as a performer of his own works to experiment in relative safety with even more audacious musical techniques, while possibly responding to the surging popularity of non-Western musics by finding ways to incorporate new styles into his own.
Had it not been for a general amnesty for those involved in the Kapp putsch passed by the Reichstag on 8 August 1920, it is quite likely that Raeder's career would have ended in 1920 with a dishonourable discharge for high treason.
The They Might Be Giants song " Hey, Mr. DJ, I Thought You Said We Had a Deal " is another song about the practice.
Had the allegations of vote-buying been true, such proposal would run counter to its alleged objective because it is impossible to monitor so called client members ' vote.
Rear Window is a 1954 American suspense film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, written by John Michael Hayes and based on Cornell Woolrich's 1942 short story " It Had to Be Murder ".
Double entendres are very common in the titles and lyrics of pop songs, such as " If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me " by The Bellamy Brothers, which is based on an old Groucho Marx quote, where the person being talked to is asked, by one interpretation if they would be offended, and by the other, if they would press their body against the person doing the talking.
Had the native history of Berossus survived, this may not have been the case ; all that is known of the Chaldaean historian's work, however, is derived from quotations in Josephus, Ptolemy, Eusebius, Jerome and George Syncellus.
It remained the official airline of Walt Disney World, which even had an Eastern-themed ride at its park ( If You Had Wings in Tomorrowland where Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin is currently located ), until its contracting route network forced Disney to switch to Delta shortly before Eastern's 1989 bankruptcy filing.
Had she limited her argument to these points instead of conjoining it to an argument about how Shakespeare couldn't have written them, there is little doubt that, instead of being dismissed as a crank and a madwoman, she would be hailed today as the precursor of the New Historicists, and the first to argue that the plays anticipated the political upheavals England experienced in the mid-seventeenth century.
Fontaines was killed in the battle ; the duke of Enghien is reported to have said, " Had I not won the day I wish I had died like him.
There are also some obvious differences: the jug on ' She Lives ( In A Time Of Her Own )' is far more prominent ; ' Levitation ' has a double tracked vocal ; Roky's harmonica solo on ' I Had To Tell You ' is far clearer.
Had he completed his crossing this far north, it is possible he could have found Lake Tahoe and the Humboldt River in Nevada, the vital route across the Great Basin later used by California immigrants.