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`` By observing the conductor '', he says with a twinkle in his eyes, `` I learned how not to conduct ''.
I believe that what I do has some effect on his actions and I have learned, in a way, to commune with drunks, but certainly my actions seem to resemble more nearly the performance of a rain dance than the carrying out of an experiment in physics.
In assigning to God the responsibility which he learned could not rest with his doctors, Eisenhower gave evidence of that weakening of the moral intuition which was to characterize his administration in the years to follow.
When her right hand was incapacitated by the rheumatism, Sadie learned to write with her left hand.
By this time she had learned that it was futile to argue with her young husband, yet the uncomfortable fact remained: the American Congregationalists were sending them as missionaries to the Far East and paying their salaries.
In a small way this is illustrated by the nineteenth-century novelist who argued for the powerful influence of literature as a teacher of society and who illustrated this with the way a girl learned to meet her lover, how to behave, how to think about this new experience, how to exercise restraint.
From his first bout with the canny Woodruff, Pike had learned that it was better not to attack him directly, so, harping on the theme that the cost of printing was too high, he condemned the governor for permitting such a state of affairs to exist.
He was a learned and brilliant man, one of the best jurists in Europe and with flashes of penetrating insight, and yet in his dealings with other people, particularly when he tried to be ingratiating, he was capable of an abysmal stupidity that can have come only from a complete incomprehension of human nature and human motives.
So Meltzer learned a new trade from Banks, who supplied the town and the hotels with meat.
It seems to me the time has come for the American press to start experimenting with ways of reporting the news that will do a better job of communicating and will be less subject to abuse by those who have learned how to manipulate the present stereotype to serve their own ends.
Carrying it to the living room, she imagined the picture she made: tall and roundly slim, a bit sophisticated in her yellow sheath, with a graceful swingy walk that she had learned as a twirler with the school band.
In December I wrote her with authority that we would meet on the steps of the Hotel Astor, a rendezvous spot that I had learned was the most sophisticated.
he wants to be with people, but he hasn't yet learned to cooperate.
Some who have written on Utopia have treated it as `` a learned diversion of a learned world '', `` a phantasy with which More amused himself '', `` a holiday work, a spontaneous overflow of intellectual high spirits, a revel of debate, paradox, comedy and invention ''.
In 1609, the Dutch East India Company hired Hudson, gave him two learned geographers, fitted him out with a ship called the Half Moon, and supplied him with Dutch sailors.
We have learned from earthquakes much of what we now know about the earth's interior, for they send waves through the earth which emerge with information about the materials through which they have traveled.
Fixity does not lie in a hidden decree, therefore, but in corporate unity of the Church with Christ, whom it has come to know in the gospel and has learned to embrace in faith.
At age six, young Bronson began his formal education in a one-room schoolhouse in the center of town but learned how to read at home with the help of his mother.
When Amphitryon finally returned to Thebes, Alcmene told him that he had come the night before and slept with her ; he learned from Tiresias what Zeus had done.
They were allowed to have family members bring in their own food and were on good terms with the guards from whom they learned the latest news.
Later writers were shocked by the incest: in Hyginus, the day Aeolus learned that one of his sons, Macareus, had committed incest with his sister Canace he expelled Macareus and threw the child born of this incestuous union to the dogs, and sent his daughter a sword by which she was to kill herself.

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Once, pressing him, I learned that his job was only part-time, in the afternoons when nothing went on in the hall.
In his native Cologne, where his mother taught him to play the piano, he was able to read notes before he learned the alphabet.
Something of this can be learned from `` The Way To The Churchyard '' ( 1901 ), an anecdote about an old failure whose fit of anger at a passing cyclist causes him to die of a stroke or seizure.
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 ''.
There are some clubs which claim they learned something about pitching to him last year.
The Secretary did not tell him at what cost, at what loneliness, he learned these things.
The chief, annoyed by these questions, knocks Voltaire down and shouts at him that he not only never went to any school, but never even learned how to read.
I'd tell him everything I'd learned about Seaton's habits and habitat, and he'd tell me the score on Radic.
For him the key to the kingdom's spiritual revival was to appoint pious, learned, and trustworthy bishops and abbots.
Pericles learned to love and admire him, and the poet Euripides derived from him an enthusiasm for science and humanity.
The lessons he had learned as a child from his father, a tanner, helped him greatly during his stay on the island.
The Venetian artist Jacopo de ' Barbari, whom Dürer had met in Venice, visited Nuremberg in 1500, and Dürer said that he learned much about the new developments in perspective, anatomy, and proportion from him.
While this Abbahu repeatedly applied to Samuel for information, Samuel in return learned many Halakot from him ( Naz.
He afterwards formed one of the circles of learned men whom Saladin gathered around him at Jerusalem.
When some local Berber tribesmen learned of Abd al-Rahman's intent to set sail for al-Andalus, they quickly rode to catch up with him on the coast.
All it took to make him blossom, as I later learned, was a little praise.
2: 13 a little more is learned about him, that he followed Peter's example of not eating with Gentiles ; and from 1 Corinthians 9: 6 it may be gathered that he continued to labor as missionary.
It did not stir syndicate interest, but what he learned on the strip helped him when he created On the Fastrack.
Hussein learned of the agreement when it was leaked by the new Russian government in December 1917, but was satisfied by two disingenuous telegrams from Sir Reginald Wingate, High Commissioner of Egypt, assuring him that the British government's commitments to the Arabs were still valid and that the Sykes-Picot Agreement was not a formal treaty.

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Mr. Foy is a joy, having learned his dancing by practicing it until he is practically perfect.
Wills not only learned traditional music from his family, he learned some Negro songs directly from African Americans in the cotton fields near Lakeview, Texas and said that he did not play with many white children other than his siblings, until he was seven or eight years old.
The player character automatically gains a spell with each experience level, and can permanently gain others using corresponding books, until all thirty spells available are learned.
The CIA did not inform the FBI when it learned that Mihdhar and Hazmi had entered the United States, and Mihdhar was not placed on any watchlists until late August 2001.
Then Aguilar could interpret from Mayan to Spanish, until Marina learned Spanish and could be the sole interpreter.
If the teacher said that the learner clearly wants to stop, the experimenter replied, " Whether the learner likes it or not, you must go on until he has learned all the word pairs correctly, so please go on ".
They are learned how to roll-back-to-float ( hold their breath underwater, to roll onto their back, to float unassisted, rest and breathe until help arrives ).
Indeed, until recently, it was believed that the development of technology was restricted only to human beings, but recent scientific studies indicate that other primates and certain dolphin communities have developed simple tools and learned to pass their knowledge to other generations.
Some stories say that a she-bear suckled and cared for Atalanta until hunters found and raised her, and she learned to fight and hunt as a bear would.
It was not until 23 September that Graves and Clinton learned that the French fleet in the Chesapeake numbered 36 ships.
It was not until Santa Anna arrived in Harrisburg and interrogated civilians there, that he learned Houston had been camped so near his own forces on the Brazos.
I used to make a difference and think: " These people here are damned fools but in Russia they have got the real thing ," until I learned about the Hitler-Stalin pact, and gave up on the USSR.
Meanwhile, in August, Sherman " learned that I had been commissioned a major-general in the regular army, which was unexpected, and not desired until successful in the capture of Atlanta.
" Olivier thought Sergius a humbug, a buffoon, a blackguard, a coward, ' a bloody awful part ' until Tyrone Guthrie said he would never succeed in the role until he learned to love Sergius.
She learned about lighting and cinematography, and refused to begin filming until she was satisfied that she would be shown to her best advantage.
Because of the political situation in Europe at the time it was not until December that she learned of her good fortune.
He was initially unable to make contact with objects around him until he learned how to focus his abilities through desire, allowing him to make brief contact with people and things if he concentrated enough.
Berger had learned of the espionage in April 1996, but failed to inform the President until July 1997.
If you even mouth the words silently, suddenly what seemed incomprehensible ( Hubert Butler called it " Joyce's learned gibberish ,") leaps into referential meaning, by its sound, since page after page is rich in allusion to familiar phrases, parables, sayings of all kinds – and the joyous and totally brilliant wordplay, over and over again imperceivable until you actually listen to it – transforms what was an unrelievable agony into an adventure.
The elaborate security precautions taken at Camp Detrick were so effective that it was not until January 1946, 4 months after VJ Day that the public learned of the war-time research in biological weapons.
A tremendous gossip, Pheme was said to have pried into the affairs of mortals and gods, then repeated what she learned, starting off at first with just a dull whisper, but repeating it louder each time, until everyone knew.
When they learned that Idunn was last seen going out of Asgard with Loki, they threatened him with torture and death until he agreed to rescue her.
It was not until 1986, prior to a trip to Italy and while applying for a US passport to travel abroad, when his mother provided him with the hand-written copy of his original birth certificate that Holmes learned the name of his biological father, Carl Estes.

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