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`` You'll be a darn sight more comfortable there, Howard '', Ernest said, laughing, and they all laughed.
* In Ernest Hemingway's short story A Way You'll Never Be, Captain Paravicini says to Nick, the protagonist who is suffering from psychological instability following a head wound, " I said it should have been trepanned.
With obvious excitement in his voice, he said, " I told her, ' You'll see a stadium where Babe Ruth called his shot, Ernie Banks hit his 500th home run, and Milt Pappas threw a no-hitter!
You'll find em wild in their native state a little way up ," said Mr Swallow.
After witnessing a rendition of " You'll Never Walk Alone " at Anfield in 2007, the President of the Spanish Olympic Committee, Alejandro Blanco, said he felt inspired to seek lyrics to La Marcha Real ahead of Madrid's bid to host the 2016 Olympic Games.
As they walked, Pat, with one arm around her husband's waist and one around Betty's, said to Betty, " You'll see many of these red carpets, and you'll get so you hate ' em.
*" You'll never survive 3005 " as said in the song 3005 by Scars On Broadway.
Collyer began telling contestants " You'll start next week with this stunt or another, we're not sure which yet " ( which he said every time it happened for months ), but rarely was the same stunt held over after the change ( until late in the Fresh sponsorship when they started sometimes holding stunts over to the next week again ).
And he said, ' You'll never get this released.
Knight said, " You'll see a new Assembly Hall this year I'm sure.
Edna Gundersen of the USA Today said that their album Spice " is assembly-line dance-pop ", adding that " only the funky ' Say You'll Be There ' and touchingly cornball ' Mama ' hint at depth ".

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She said with intense feeling: `` Come near, let me feel your arms.
When someone in the audience rose and asked how does it feel to be a celebrity, Carl said, `` A celebrity is a fellow who eats celery with celerity ''.
His very honest act called up the recent talk I had with another minister, a modest Methodist, who said: `` I feel so deeply blessed by God when I can give a message of love and comfort to other men, and I would have it no other way: and it is unworthy to think of self.
`` Now '', said Arlene, eventually, making them both sit in formation on a big root of a live oak, the sort of root that divided itself and made their bottoms sag down and feel comfortable.
I reached my hand toward him to put it inside his shirt to feel for a heartbeat, but Charlie said `` Wait ''!!
Nevertheless, `` we feel that in the future Fulton County should receive some portion of these available funds '', the jurors said.
`` I have enjoyed it and will feel a bit lost at least for a while '', she said wistfully Friday.
`` I feel confident the stock will qualify for the ' national list ' '', he said, meaning its market price would be quoted regularly in newspapers all over the country.
President Kennedy's invitation to the Spanish-born master said, `` We feel your performance as one of the world's greatest artists would lend distinction to the entertainment of our guests ''.
Mr. Robards laughed, said he'd feel a damn fool, plain-out couldn't do that even to please her.
Or you could wish your daddy would really do it -- kill Gratt Shafer like he said when you all the time, all along, could feel the nerve draining out of him like air out of a punctured tire when you are on a muddy road alone and it is raining and at night.
She felt, and said, that sympathy only made people feel sorry for themselves ; ;
`` I feel I must answer the question '', he said, `` since the onus later, if any, should fall on me -- I don't relish recriminations spread broadcast outside my family.
In an interview conducted by Alan Jackson for The Times Magazine in 2001, before the album was released, Dylan said " these so-called connoisseurs of Bob Dylan music ... I don't feel they know a thing, or have any inkling of who I am and what I ’ m about.
He also said of air that its minuscule components are so smooth that one can barely feel them.
Alou at one point recanted, saying he would not have been able to make the play, but later said this was just an attempt to make Bartman feel better and believing the whole incident should be forgotten.
In a debate at Orange Coast College, he voiced his support for Proposition 8, which defines marriage in California as only between a man and a woman, and said that he " would suggest not changing the definition of marriage in our society to make a small number of people feel more comfortable.
Irrealist writing often highlights this irreality, and our strange fascination with it, by combining the unease we feel because the real world doesn't conform to our desires with the narrative quality of the dream state ( where reality is constantly and inexplicably being undermined ); it is thus said to communicate directly, " by feeling rather than articulation, the uncertainties inherent in human existence or, to put it another way ... the irreconcilability between human aspiration and human reality.
During the announcement Lynch said " I feel like I have the passion and the energy to keep doing this work for a long, long time, but democracy demands periodic change.
As Elgar said, " I look at the Third Symphony of Brahms, and I feel like a pygmy.
When interviewed by Bryant Gumbel before the final boxing match, Mr T. said, " I just feel sorry for the guy who I have to box.
Traditionalists feel that a school not teaching martial aspects somewhere in their syllabus cannot be said to be actually teaching the art itself, that they have accredited themselves prematurely.
Adams said he was " too philosophical " to feel betrayed.
He said that Hamas will not recognize Israel and will not feel bound to understand a peace treaty negotiated by Fatah as a recognition of Israel, calling instead for a hudna ( temporary truce ).

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`` It's a whole lot easier '', he said, `` to increase the population of Nevada, than it is to increase the population of New York city ''.
She habitually drank a lot of wine and was said to have received her name from that circumstance, as " Sanape " was purported to mean " drunkard " in the local language.
Love has said that she " didn't have a lot of social skills " as a teenager, and that she learned them while frequenting gay clubs with friends.
Day said: " During this long, boring period, I used to while away a lot of time listening to the radio, sometimes singing along with the likes of Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey and Glenn Miller [...].
On July 5, 2009, Colin Powell told CNN said that the policy was " correct for the time " but that " sixteen years have now gone by, and I think a lot has changed with respect to attitudes within our country, and therefore I think this is a policy and a law that should be reviewed.
The woman than asked if Worthington was funding them still, Bobby told her yes and asked why she wanted to know, she said because she was going to have a lot of overtime.
However, Charles E. Schumer had probably summarized the prospects of Kemp's success in advance best when he said in 1989, " Good ideas with money can do a whole lot.
I've heard it said about The Velvet Underground that while not a lot of people bought their albums, everyone who did started a band.
Parks said, " My resisting being mistreated on the bus did not begin with that particular arrest ... I did a lot of walking in Montgomery.
Designer Herman F. Zimmerman has said regarding interior design, " the Romulans have possessed advanced technology a lot longer than the Federation, so the look was a combination of art deco and medievalism meets high tech.
Dickerson said Redskins tackle Joe Jacoby was " a Neanderthal -- he slobbers a lot, he probably kicks dogs in his neighborhood.
A lot of institutions can be said to exist only because the government provides the framework for their existence ; for instance, Marxists argue that the institution of private property only exists due to government.
Prof. Gernot Rotter, professor of Islamic and Arabic Studies at the Asia-Africa Institute at the University of Hamburg said " The American translators who listened to the tapes and transcribed them apparently wrote a lot of things in that they wanted to hear but that cannot be heard on the tape no matter how many times you listen to it.
In explaining his refusal to be conscripted to fight the Vietnam War ( 1965 – 75 ), professional boxer Muhammed Ali said, " No Vietcong ever called me nigger "; later, his modified answer was the title No Vietnamese Ever Called Me Nigger ( 1968 ) of a documentary about the front-line lot of the US Army Black soldier in combat in Vietnam.
" However, he also said, " For every ( negative ) post, there's somebody saying, ' You made my life a lot easier because I now have someone I can relate to on screen '.
" He wanted to do ' big physics ,' the kind of work that could only be done on a large scale with a lot of people involved ," said Herbert York, the first director of the Lawrence Livermore laboratory, as quoted on that Laboratory's official Web site.
Phillips said that the artist-funded project was primarily performance art, and they had learned " an awful lot " from it.
" We have learned a lot from past experience ," Dieter Zetsche, chairman of Daimler's board, said in a statement.
Keaton later said, " I took a lot of pratfalls to build that dump.
In interviews Tate commented on her good fortune in working with such professionals in her first film and said that she had learned a lot about acting simply by watching Kerr at work.
The comedian Felix Dexter has said that he appreciated the humour of an innocent confronting an expert with neither understanding the other, but that ' I feel that a lot of the humour is laughing at black street culture and it is being celebrated because it allows the liberal middle classes to laugh at that culture in a safe context where they can retain their sense of political correctness.
Zeppo gets to one-up Groucho: When asked to read the letter back, Zeppo informs him, " You said a lot of things I didn't think were very important, so I just omitted them!
: said this leader to his outnumbered lot.
The week of September 11, 2001, Robertson discussed the terror attacks with Jerry Falwell, who said that " the ACLU has to take a lot of blame for this " in addition to " the pagans, and the abortionists, and the feminists, and the gays, and the lesbians have helped terror attacks of September 11th happen.

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