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" " He had nothing whatsoever to do with Goth ," and further commented " I realise that like many Neos this idiot may even have believed he somehow was a Goth, because they're only really noted for spectacularly missing the point.
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His plans and dreams had revolved around her so much and for so long that now he felt as if he had nothing.
I could observe the two fans down at the end, but their size in themselves meant nothing to me as long as I had no measure of comparison.
As I had expected, he insisted that my visits to the hall would do nothing to further the process of my application.
He himself had heard that there was gangster money in the company, but that had nothing to do with him.
He could not grasp that Lord had withdrawn from the fight minutes ago, and that his leaden arms were flailing at nothing but the air.
She had spent too many hours looking ahead, hoping and longing to catch even a glimpse of Dan and finding nothing but emptiness.
She had driven up with her husband in a convertible with Eastern license plates, although the two drivers knew nothing at the moment about that.
He could think of nothing else save his mental image of her nude figure and what Charles had said that morning about Margaret Rider.
He lifts her, puts her down, and walks off, neither pleased nor disturbed, as if nothing had happened.
In prison he had been able to sketch nothing but figures from life, his guards, his companions in misery.
I had long since begun to lose my general innocence when I lost my trust in you, but this special innocence I lost before ever I loved, through my discovery that one could tremble with desire and even experience a flaming delight that had nothing, nothing whatever to do with friendship or liking, let alone with love.
For his part, Thompson had explained in a previous letter that there would be nothing but an honorable friendship between Katie and himself.
To attack Pike directly would gain Woodruff little, for as a penniless newcomer Pike had nothing to lose.
The store was their marriage, and when Alfred had to leave it there was nothing to hold them together.
I felt very flattered to be included in the protection of their company even though I had nothing to be protected from.
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 ''.
He is said to have reported that once, when she went to a hospital to call on a friend after a serious operation, and the friend protested that it had been `` nothing '', she replied, `` Well, it was your healthy American peasant blood that pulled you through ''.
We had assumed that at least this local legislative body had nothing to hide, and, therefore, had no objections to making the deliberations of its committees and the city commissions available to the public.
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This circumstance in the patient's case plus the fact that his tactual capacity remained basically in sound working order constitutes its exceptional value for the problem at hand since the evidence presented by the authors is overwhelming that, when the patient closed his eyes, he had absolutely no spatial ( that is, third-dimensional ) awareness whatsoever.
Obviously, a satisfactory answer to the third question is imperative, if the argument is to get under way at all, for if there is any possibility of doubt whether the patient's tactual sensitivity had been impaired by the occipital lesion, any findings whatsoever in regard to the first question become completely ambiguous and fail altogether, of course, as evidence to establish the desired conclusion.
The singer, who died in 2009, was not a Fulham fan and had no interest in football whatsoever, but attended a Fulham match once, saying " Fulham fans were like people at my concerts.
At the height of the boom, it was possible for a promising dot-com to make an initial public offering ( IPO ) of its stock and raise a substantial amount of money even though it had never made a profit — or, in some cases, earned any revenue whatsoever.
We could never have imagined ( had we not seen it fall out in experience ) that a man raised up by ourself and extraordinarily favoured by us, above any other subject of this land, would have in so contemptible a sort broken our commandment in a cause that so greatly touches us in honour .... And therefore our express pleasure and commandment is that, all delays and excuses laid apart, you do presently upon the duty of your allegiance obey and fulfill whatsoever the bearer hereof shall direct you to do in our name.
Pete Hurley, the guitarist of Extreme Noise Terror, declared that he had no interest in being remembered as a pioneer of this style: "' grindcore ' was a legendarily stupid term coined by a hyperactive kid from the West Midlands, and it had nothing to do with us whatsoever.
Cleese thought that they should instead write a sketch about someone attempting to buy cheese in a cheese shop that had no cheese whatsoever.
His service record also gives him credit as a Navy Reserve Lieutenant, although during World War II Heydrich had no contact whatsoever with this military branch.
Although it cannot be proven whether or not this is the man himself, it is further believed by some that Robin had a brother called Thomas – an assertion with no documentary evidence whatsoever to support it in any of the stories, tales or ballads.
Dr. Abdul Kalam also arrived at the test site as the representative of the TBRL although he had no role whatsoever in the development of the nuclear bomb or even in the nuclear programme.
Initially it was claimed by David Cameron that Adams had accepted the title but Downing Street has since apologised for this and Adams has publicly rejected the title stating, " I have had no truck whatsoever with these antiquated and quite bizarre aspects of the British parliamentary system ".
" Nestorius was greatly surprised that what he had always taught in Antioch without any controversy whatsoever should prove to be so objectionable to the Christians of Constantinople.
We ordain that the Catholic Apostolic and Roman religion shall be restored and reëstablished in all places and localities of this our kingdom and countries subject to our sway, where the exercise of the same has been interrupted, in order that it may be peaceably and freely exercised, without any trouble or hindrance ; forbidding very expressly all persons, of whatsoever estate, quality, or condition, from troubling, molesting, or disturbing ecclesiastics in the celebration of divine service, in the enjoyment or collection of tithes, fruits, or revenues of their benefices, and all other rights and dues belonging to them ; and that all those who during the troubles have taken possession of churches, houses, goods or revenues, belonging to the said ecclesiastics, shall surrender to them entire possession and peaceable enjoyment of such rights, liberties, and sureties as they had before they were deprived of them ....
After Ferdinand had become Holy Roman Emperor in 1619 and had defeated his Protestant opponents in the Battle of White Mountain near Prague in 1620, he forbade all Protestant church services whatsoever ( 1625 ).
On June 7, 1967, soon after Israel had taken control of the area during the Six-Day War, Prime Minister Levi Eshkol assured that " no harm whatsoever shall come to the places sacred to all religions ".
Adûnaic derived from the closely related Bëorian and Hadorian dialects of Taliska, the language spoken by the first and third houses of the Edain when they first entered Beleriand during the First Age ( the language ( s ) of the second house, the Haladin, seems to have had little or no influence on Adûnaic whatsoever, despite the apparent presence of both the Haladin and the Drúedain in Númenor prior to its downfall ).
Unlike the Second Triumvirate, the First Triumvirate had no official status whatsoever ; its overwhelming power in the Roman Republic was strictly unofficial influence, and was in fact kept secret for some time as part of the political machinations of the Triumvirs themselves.
Although the term genius might apply to any divinity whatsoever, most of the higher-level and state genii had their own well-established names.
" Teenage Scientologist Erin O ' Donnell had written to her non-Scientologist aunt, " If you try to ring me I will not answer, I will not read any mail you send, and I refuse to have anything to do with you in any way whatsoever.
The Rendon Group replied on its website to Mr. Bamford ’ s article, saying, “ For the record, the Rendon Group ( TRG ) had no role whatsoever in making the case for the Iraq war, here at home or internationally.
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He remembered Clayton's mocking smile in the saloon when he had asked him what he would do if they brought their cattle to water.
By failing to do as he was told instantly -- to take out a permit or return the gun to his car -- he had played into Lord's hands.
He had to make Jess talk, and he had to do it before Stacey Black got curious and came to investigate.
The code, which had probably something to do with sex or some other interest, Nicolas was determined to find out and put to use.
All he had to do was light the fuses of the dynamite sticks, run to within ten yards of an open window in the barn and hurl the sticks through.
Occasionally he would look across the aisle at Margaret, fourteen and demure in a fresh green organdy dress, sitting in the sixth-grade row, and he could hardly believe she would do what Charles had said she did.
Jack walked off alone out the road in the searing midday sun, past Robert Allen's three-room, tarpapered house, toward the field where the other boys were playing ball, thinking of what he would do in order to make Miss Langford have him stay in after school -- because this was the day he had decided when he thought he saw the look in her eyes.
That should do it, he thought, because Miss Langford had said she was going to be strict about school work.
At the outset of his career, Steinberg had dedicated himself to the advancement of contemporary music by vowing to do a Schonberg work every year.
and, `` I do think that families are the most beautiful things in all the world '', burst out Jo some five hundred pages later in that popular story of the March family, which had first appeared when Henrietta was eight ; ;
I do not suppose you ever heard of F. Scott Fitzgerald, living or dead, and moreover I do not suppose that, even if you had, his legend would have seemed to you to warrant more than a cluck of disapproval.
I managed to do this by the time the great A.B. returned to the place where he last had seen the fierce nihilist.
Mama didn't know what to do -- whether to tell on Rob Roy or not -- since she had the ear of Mrs. Coolidge more than the other maids.
Another editor pointed despairingly at a bundle of letters that had accumulated for him, saying, `` But Mr. Hearst, what shall I do with this correspondence ''??