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It looked as Gavin had first seen it years ago, on those nights when he slept alone by his campfire and waked suddenly to the hoot of an owl or the rustle of a blade of grass in the moon's wind -- a savage land, untenanted and brooding, too strong to be broken by the will of men.
Montero had set up a strong position, using every bale and box we had in addition to barricades of logs and brush.
I dismissed these feelings as wishful thinking but I could not get it out of my head that we had a strong physical attraction for one another and we both feared to dwell on it because of our relationship.
The Hetman had a strong liking for a story, any story which was to be had by means of much sleuthing or by roundabout methods.
The sneers at Hearst changed to concern when it was seen that he had strong support in many parts of the country.
A lone pro-Hearst voice from New York City was that of William Devery, who had been expelled as a Tammany leader but still claimed strong influence in his own district.
Tessie, everybody thought, was a strong woman, but she was only strong because she had Alfred to lean on.
But a realization that each group has much of substance to learn from the other also developed, and a strong conviction grew that each had insights and dimensions to contribute to ethically acceptable solutions of urgent political issues.
I wrote her that I'd met up with Eileen and that old bonds had proved too strong and asked her to send my clothes down by express.
Winter itch was treated by applying strong apple cider in which pulverized bloodroot had been steeped.
The batteries on the bugging device I had put on the car were still fresh enough to send out good strong signals.
Then Charlie spooned out some quick impressions of the Nikita he had glimpsed: `` I was captivated by his humor, frankness and good nature and by his kind, strong and somewhat sly face ''.
The concept of the Middle Kingdom at peace, strong and united under a forceful ruler, which had been only a longed-for ideal in the time of the Warring States, was finally realized by the establishment of a Chinese Empire under the Ch'in dynasty ( 221-207 B.C. ).
The original impulses came to England late ( in the sixteenth century ) and continue strong long after everyone else had gone on to the baroque basso continuo, sonatas, operas and the like.
Her nose was higher of bridge, her complexion so pale as to be quite susceptible to sunburn, and the fish and vegetable diet of her forebears had given her teeth that were white and regular and strong.
Lincoln's managers had been adroitly focused on this delegation as well as the others, while following Lincoln's strong dictate to " Make no contracts that bind me ".
In addition, Lincoln had to contend with reinforcing strong Union sympathies in the border slave states and keeping the war from becoming an international conflict.
However, he had a strong interest in the fledgling motion picture industry and when Essanay Studios offered him the opportunity to become a scriptwriter, he took the job.
In classical Greece he was the god of light and of music, but in popular religion he had a strong function to keep away evil.
Though equipped with limbs and the ability to breathe air, most still had a long tapering body and strong tail.
England had a very strong batting side, with Wally Hammond contributing 905 runs at an average of 113. 12, and Hobbs, Sutcliffe and Patsy Hendren all scoring heavily ; the bowling was more than adequate, without being outstanding.
Lane believed Alcott had misled him into thinking enough people would join the enterprise and developed a strong dislike for the nuclear family.

had and opinions
Reverently and raised their eyes, as if they were at a loss to describe how they felt about Kafka, which they were, because they had no opinions about Kafka, not having read Kafka.
Until the Cuban fiasco and the Communist military victories in Laos, almost any observer would have said that President Kennedy had blended a program that respected, generally, the opinions voiced both by Mr. Nixon and the professors.
Mr. Bourcier said that he had consulted several Superior Court justices in the last week and received opinions favoring both procedures.
Particularly since hardliners among the monarchs were the main adversaries, demands for freedom of the press and other liberal rights were most often uttered in connection with the demand for a united Germany, even though many revolutionaries-to-be had different opinions whether a republic or a constitutional monarchy would be the best solution for Germany.
According to a Jewish legend, one of the Essenes, named Menachem, had passed at least some of his mystical knowledge to the Talmudic mystic Nehunya ben HaKanah, to whom the Kabbalistic tradition attributes Sefer HaBahir and, by some opinions, Sefer HaKanah, Sefer HaPeliah and Sefer HaTemunah.
Despite the revivalists ' various political views and different opinions regarding the nature of authentic folk music, they all shared an understanding of Americanism that grounded the nation's identity in cultural pluralism and political democracy " By the end of the 1930s they along with the musicians and others had turned American folk music into a social movement.
Sometimes people died for their political opinions or actions, but many for little reason beyond mere suspicion, or because some others had a stake in getting rid of them.
The Galeon team had differing opinions on the new guidelines.
Only twenty-seven years old at his death, Moseley could in many scientists ' opinions have contributed a lot to the knowledge of atomic structure had he survived.
He also sought the opinions of many of the astronomers to whom he had sent Mysterium, among them Reimarus Ursus ( Nicolaus Reimers Bär )— the imperial mathematician to Rudolph II and a bitter rival of Tycho Brahe.
In 1749, Rousseau was paying daily visits to Diderot, who had been thrown into the fortress of Vincennes under a lettre de cachet for opinions in his " Lettre sur les aveugles ," that hinted at materialism, a belief in atoms, and natural selection.
" Rousseau, he wrote, " has not had the precaution to throw any veil over his sentiments ; and, as he scorns to dissemble his contempt for established opinions, he could not wonder that all the zealots were in arms against him.
The revelation of her gender had less adverse impact on people's opinions of her talent than she had feared ; her final Nebula Award ( for " The Screwfly Solution ", published under her other occasional pseudonym, Raccoona Sheldon ) was awarded in 1977.
Flynn later articulated his own views on the Close Up television programme in an interview with Paul Henry, suggesting that the Sunday Star-Times had grossly misrepresented his opinions.
However, lesbians who held a more essentialist view that they had been born homosexual and used the descriptor " lesbian " to define sexual attraction, often considered the separatist, angry opinions of lesbian-feminists to be detrimental to the cause of gay rights.
The repeal of the Fairness Doctrine — which had required that stations provide free air time for responses to any controversial opinions that were broadcast — by the FCC in 1987 meant stations could broadcast editorial commentary without having to present opposing views.
Sometimes people died for their political opinions or actions, but many for little reason beyond mere suspicion, or because some others had a stake in getting rid of them.
Disgruntled colonists in the area, feeling that their opinions and wishes had been ignored by both sides, formed a resistance movement known as the Maquis.
However, the Soviet government had opinions about the opera which resulted in many revisions.
This report, which had a marked effect on Theosophy, remains as with all SPR reports the opinion of the member concerned ; the SPR holds no corporate opinions.
After reviewing the relevant Supreme Court opinions on a reasonable expectation of privacy, the court acknowledged that Ziegler had a reasonable expectation of privacy at his office and on his computer.
There was also a feeling that state legislative elections themselves had become dominated by the business of picking senators, with legislators elected based on their intentions in senatorial elections rather than their opinions on local issues.
He had very strong opinions on how this approach — which was most popularly implemented by the Bourbaki school in France — initially had a negative impact on French, and then later other countries ', mathematical education.

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