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In a text about the audience of UK Decay, journalist Steve Keaton asked this question: " Could this be the coming of Punk Gothique?
She asked, " Could the SIS really be such fools they failed to notice suitcase-loads of papers leaving the office?
" Fun asked, " Could it be possible that we were to have a dull play from the cleverest and most original humorist of the day?
In similar vein, Shoshana Felman has asked with respect to what she calls " the guilt of poetry " the question: ' Could literary history be in any way considered as a repetitive unconscious transference of the guilt of poetry?
Showing the typical rebelliousness of his early years, Niven asked, " Could you tell me the time, sir?
Then I asked the young man in the studio, the engineer Tommy Dowd, ' Could we have them speed this up?
( Burns reported that the creators, in a call-back phone conversation, asked him, " Could you not look like you tomorrow morning?
" Could you tell me ," he asked, " what do you think one ought to give a man who allows himself to be buggered?
As a designer of software herself, she has asked the question,Could an “ intelligent software agent ” replace librarians ?” and decisively responded, “ No .”
He was given a tour of the set, and asked " Could you take me out of my chair and put me in the captain's chair?

asked and we
A driver of a dairy truck, who begins work at 1 a.m. finishes before breakfast, then goes out and grows a garden, and who has used the cannery to save and feed a family of five, asked, `` What in the world will we do ''??
There were times it wasn't right to make a person happy, like the times she came in the kitchen and asked know we don't keep peanut `` butter for a peanut butter sandwich.
President Kennedy has asked that we become a physically fit nation.
So we asked such men in major companies in the design field to offer their opinions on the `` dual-road-up '' problem -- and more importantly -- their solutions.
If anyone asked us, after we made the remark that the suffering was a bad thing, whether we should think it relevant to what we said to learn that the incident had never occurred and no pain had been suffered at all, we should say that it made all the difference in the world, that what we were asserting to be bad was precisely the suffering we thought had occurred back there, that if this had not occurred, there was nothing left to be bad, and that our assertion was in that case mistaken.
When we repeat the remark that such suffering was a bad thing, the feeling with which we made it last week may be at or near the vanishing point, but if we were asked whether we meant to say what we did before, we should certainly answer Yes.
If we were asked why we thought so, we should say that these things involve great evil and are wrong, and that to take delight in what is evil or wrong is plainly unfitting.
A newspaperman who met him at a reception swore that he asked Menshikov: `` What should we call you ''??
To the extent that he was ostracized or even reviled, we solace ourselves by saying he asked for it.
We prayed for John, during surgery, we asked others to pray ; ;
I asked him about it one night while we were sitting in his truck.
Alcott stood forward and asked the leader of the group, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, " Why are we not within?

asked and have
Hez asked, who still believed they'd have them to lick.
I have just asked these questions in the Pentagon, in the White House, in offices of key scientists across the country and aboard the submarines that prowl for months underwater, with neat rows of green launch tubes which contain Polaris missiles and which are affectionately known as `` Sherwood Forest ''.
Instead, he went down to New York and submitted Welcome To Our City to the Theatre Guild, which had asked him to let them have a look at it after Professor Baker had recommended it highly.
Obviously the commander-in-chief had confidence that Morgan would furnish him good intelligence too, for on the 23rd of May, he told Morgan that the British were prepared to move, perhaps in the night, and asked Morgan to have two of his best horses ready to dispatch to General Smallwood with the intelligence obtained.
It reminded me of my other professor, Edward Kennard Rand, of whom I had been so fond when I was at Harvard, the great mediaevalist and classical scholar who had asked me to call him `` Ken '', saying, `` Age counts for nothing among those who have learned to know life sub specie aeternitatis ''.
It was the oldest and toughest question young lovers have ever asked: How can you be sure??
`` Doesn't it ever bother you '', Warren had asked, `` to have people always asking you about your hands ''??
I have never asked for an easy task, but I am weary of the strife ''.
We cannot test public opinion until the President and the leaders of the country have gone to the public to explain what is required and have asked them for support for the necessary action.
I have never seen Caper off his feet -- he seems to know nothing but ' trot ' and keeps trying a little harder if asked to do so.
Concerning the sentence the editor asked, `` What else can Virginia do than to hang the men who have defied her laws, organized treason, and butchered her citizens ''.
The Trial should have asked the nations.
When Dr. Wallace Buttrick, wise in his judgment of people, declined to have the Science Building named for him, he wrote Miss Tapley ( April 7, 1923 ) `` If you had asked me, I think I would have suggested that you name the building for Miss Upton.
If anyone had asked her, she would have described herself only as nervous and worried.
Years ago when I asked her to put me in Social Security, so's I wouldn't have to be working now, Miss Julia threatened to fire me -- all because it would mean a few more dollars a year to her ''.
She wouldn't have, even if he'd asked her.
When asked because of what, Hayakawa is said to have replied: " Words.
The Buddha sometimes asked him to substitute for him as teacher and then later stated that he himself would not have presented the teachings in any other way.
A poem of Callimachus to the goddess " who amuses herself on mountains with archery " imagines some charming vignettes: according to Callimachus, at three years old, Artemis, while sitting on the knee of her father, Zeus, asked him to grant her six wishes: to remain always a virgin ; to have many names to set her apart from her brother Apollo ; to be the Phaesporia or Light Bringer ; to have a bow and arrow and a knee-length tunic so that she could hunt ; to have sixty " daughters of Okeanos ", all nine years of age, to be her choir ; and for twenty Amnisides Nymphs as handmaidens to watch her dogs and bow while she rested.
Saint Anthony knew that the light must have come from God, and he asked God where was he before when the demons attacked him.

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