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( The best evidence is that he received a monthly wage of about $125, very good money in an era when top hands worked for $30 and found.
In fact, one important aspect of their very religion is the annihilation of men ''.
Now I wish to enter the American market, where the competition is very strong.
`` Now that is a very nice, a very nice '', he murmured to himself, back in his corner.
The Bourbon economic philosophy, moreover, is not very different from that of Northern conservatives.
Others are confined to vast reservations, and not only does the Australian government justifiably not wish them to be viewed as exhibits in a zoo, but on their reservations they are extremely fugitive, shunning camps, coming together only for corroborees at which their strange culture comes to its highest pitch -- which is very low indeed.
Though he is also concerned with freeing dance from pedestrian modes of activity, Merce Cunningham has selected a very different method for achieving his aim.
We are desperately in the need of such invention, for man is still very much at the mercy of man.
What appears here is shorter than what he actually said but very close to his own words.
When I try to work out my reasons for feeling that this passage is of critical significance, I come up with the following ideas, which I shall express very briefly here and revert to in a later essay.
The career of Charles 12, is obviously very similar to that of Napoleon.
he is very close to being a mental case.
This, however, cannot be done by a community whose very experience of truth is confused and incoherent: it has no absolute standard, and consequently cannot distinguish the absolute from the contingent.
His own testimony is that he has read very little in the history of the South, implying that what he knows of that history has come to him orally and that he knows the world around him primarily from his own unassisted observation.
What is more, the legends have become so sacrosanct that the very habit of self-examination or self-criticism smells of low treason, and men who practice it are defeatists and unpatriotic scoundrels.
The problem is rather to find out what is actually happening, and this is especially difficult for the reason that `` we are busily being defended from a knowledge of the present, sometimes by the very agencies -- our educational system, our mass media, our statesmen -- on which we have had to rely most heavily for understanding of ourselves ''.
`` Dear Miss Steichen: It is a very good letter you send me -- softens the intensity of this guerilla warfare I am carrying on up here.
Mr. Stavropoulos is the U.N. legal chief and a very good man, but he is not fully versed on some technical points of American law ''.
This is very uncommon ''.
What I want is to have this evidence come before Congress and if the Attorney General does not report it, as I am very sure he won't, as he has refused to do anything of the kind, I then wish that a committee of seven Representatives be appointed with power to take the evidence.
I know you are very busy now, you are writing a great deal & your book is coming out, isn't it??

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But the nickname never stuck and Gehrig was no match for Ruth in `` color '' -- which is sometimes a polite word for delinquent behavior on and off the field.
Stephan Pastis has lamented that the " unwritten " censorship code is still " stuck somewhere in the 1950s.
Specifically, after acknowledging the various popular theories in vogue at the time, of how atoms were reasoned to attach to each other, i. e. " hooked atoms ", " glued together by rest ", or " stuck together by conspiring motions ", Newton states that he would rather infer from their cohesion, that " particles attract one another by some force, which in immediate contact is exceedingly strong, at small distances performs the chemical operations, and reaches not far from the particles with any sensible effect.
This style of drive had the popular nickname " Toaster Drive ", because it required the use of a knife or other thin object to pry out the stuck media just like a piece of toast stuck in a real toaster ( though this is inadvisable with real toasters ).
When the disc is stuck above ground ( including on top of baskets and those that land in the wrong basket ) are to be marked on the ground directly below the disc.
The curved tail is dual-purposed: to be seen more easily in long grass and, in the case of burrowing dachshunds, to help haul the dog out if it becomes stuck in a burrow.
Freebandy is a sport that developed in the 2000s from floorball fanatics who specialize in a technique called " zorro ", which involves lifting the ball onto a stick and allowing air resistance and fast movements to keep the ball " stuck " to the stick.
This generally requires a special stuck case removal tool to extract, so it is very undesirable to have a head separation.
In December 2004, during the War in Afghanistan ( 2001-present ) | War in Afghanistan, a group of U. S. Army soldiers tries to free a HMMWV, which is stuck in the sands of southern Afghanistan.
The natura ( nature ) of criminals is fixa ( stuck ) and mutari nescia ( unable to be changed ), and it rushes back to ways they have admitted are wrong ( 239-40 ).
Knife symbols can be found in various cultures to symbolize all stages of life ; for example, a knife placed under the bed while giving birth is said to ease the pain, or, stuck into the headboard of a cradle, to protect the baby ; knives were included in some Anglo-Saxon burial rites, so the dead would not be defenseless in the next world.
The tide rises round a car which is stuck on the causeway ; also featured are the characteristic sheds made from local fishing boats, inverted and cut in half.
Being " stuck " in a thermodynamic trough without being at the lowest energy state is known as being kinetically persistent.
He stuck mainly to topics of interpretations of the real world over the simulations of which the real world is composed.
Mayerson, stuck in Eldritch's body and mistaken for him, is indeed nearly killed by Bulero in the near future, but before the fatal shot can be fired he is awakened from his Chew-Z trance in the present by Bulero, who has just arrived on Mars.
In their origins, these usages derived from pagus, " province, countryside ", cognate to Greek πάγος " rocky hill ", and, even earlier, " something stuck in the ground ", as a landmark: the Proto-Indo-European root * pag-means " fixed " and is also the source of the words page, pale ( stake ), and pole, as well as pact and peace.
They are then forced to perform a live cabaret floor show and have a semi-orgy in the pool ( except Dr. Scott, who is stuck in his wheelchair ), with Frank as the leader.
A further consequence of improper timing and offset boats is commonly called “ catching a crab ”, or when a rower ’ s oar becomes stuck in the water under the force of water flowing over the oar, and the handle jerks back to hit the rower as the blade is held still but the boat is still moving.
While the word has stuck and is often used to describe clay animation and stop motion, it remains a trademark owned currently by Laika Entertainment, Inc.
The stone stuck in the ground and is still there.
* factors external to language, i. e. language is not a set of labels stuck on things, but " a toolbox, the importance of whose elements lie in the way they function rather than their attachments to things.

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