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He said, lapsing into the profanity he often used when away from his parents and especially when he was with Charles.
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This is likely due to the lapsing of Humanoids US-distribution deal with DC, as Guice said in December 2003, while working on Volume One that that book " wraps in March ", which him then " scheduled to start work on volume two almost immediately ".
Andrew Stine of Something Awful said, " Whether it's out of some facsimile of genuine interest ( rare ) or because I just want to see how completely stupid things can possibly get within ninety minutes, I have so far been able to keep myself from lapsing into a waking coma by latching upon some facet of the movie which is not utterly, interminably boring.
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`` McLish '', he said as he kicked the horse into motion, `` I'd be a mighty sad man if we never met again ''.
Waddell had heard that he had been a commando in Rommel's Afrika Corps, and he said to himself: I'd hate to run into him in the desert on a dark night.
In recollection he has said: `` Natural or man-made objects kept coming into my head, but I would suppress them sternly ''.
His English friends, it said, had gone into training to keep up with him vocally and with his `` allegro movements around the luncheon table ''.
Blackman said that he wanted to apologize for not having prevented Lewis from making that horrible spectacle of himself, that he should have seized him by the neck at once and forcibly hauled him into his bedroom.
`` My nephews will be coming down '', she said that evening as Angelina brought her dinner into the dining room, the whole meal on a vast linen-covered tray.
`` We, the Subscribers, do agree, that as soon as a convenient Number of Persons have subscribed to this, or a similar Writing, We will present a petition to the Hon'ble General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, praying for an Act incorporating into a Body politic the subscribers to such Writing with Liberty to build such a Bridge, and a Right to demand a Toll equal to that received at Malden Bridge, and on like Terms, and if such an Act shall be obtained, then we severally agree each with the others, that we will hold in the said Bridge the several shares set against our respective Names, the whole into two hundred shares being divided, and that we will pay such sums of Money at such Times and in such Manners, as by the said proposed Corporation, shall be directed and required ''.
`` By the way '', said Mr. Blatz, packing his tools into a battered carrier, `` them power tools needs extra voltage.
`` If you saw the drama called Rhinoceros '', I said, `` think of the effect it would have on an audience of rhinos when the actor on stage suddenly begins turning into a rhinoceros.
Hall, for example, was quite explicit on this point when he said states outside European civilization must formally enter into the circle of law-governed countries.
It has been truly said that anything man can imagine he can produce or create by projecting this inner image into its counterpart in the objective world.
Although Pearson disbelieved almost everything Lizzie said, and read a sinister purpose into almost everything she did, he happily accepted her statement about Bridget as the whole truth.
Cattle drove to the northern ranges and held for two winters to mature 'em into prime beef were said to be `` double wintered ''.
One manufacturer who held an allegedly basic patent said: `` I would readily put over $50,000 into the manufacture of the device, but it is so easy to make that we would enter immediately into a prolonged ordeal of patent litigation which would eat up all our profits ''.
`` It is a much easier course to agree to let one another alone so far as ordinary patents are concerned '', said a trade authority, `` than to continue the costly effort of straightening the tangle in the courts or seeking to reform the patent system, which appears to be getting into deeper confusion every day ''.
said and profanity
* Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell and the film – " Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn ", said in 1939, was among the first uses of profanity in a major American film.
Silverstein said that he never studied the poetry of others and therefore developed his own quirky style, laid back and conversational, occasionally employing profanity and slang.
Mulock's use of profanity was said to be the most picturesque in parliament, and he was known for his consumption of Cuban cigars and rye whiskey.
It was later shown on disc two of Best of the Guest Presenters DVD release that Merton had actually said " shut the fuck up ", but the profanity was removed in editing.
Concerning the dissemination of the screws and wrenches, Hallowell said that " the transition from a square head set screw refers here to the then-ubiquitous external-wrenching square drive to a hexagon socket head hollow set screw for which had to be developed special keys or wrenches for tightening or loosening the screw, was the cause of more profanity among the mechanics and machine manufacturers than any other single event that happened.
Murphy also talks about a phone call he received from Bill Cosby in which he said that his son, Ennis, heard his profanity and requested that Murphy not say the word " fuck " on stage again, and began chastising him for his offensive material.
Rob Theakston of Allmusic said that " Guy is back and raunchier than ever, sparing no expense and leaving no pop culture stone unturned " and " without the constraints of network censors, the profanity and heat are turned up to the max ".
Mild profanity was also present ; " damn " was said on at least one occasion, and Pilot told Blastaar to " go to hell " in response to his order to surrender.
' Srosh the pious, and Adar the angel, said, thus: ' These are the souls of those liars and irreverent ' untruthful ' speakers who, in the world, spoke much falsehood and lies and profanity.
said and often
The relatively long and often colorful selections in this anthology enable the reader to become genuinely absorbed in what is said, whether he responds with anger or applause.
The volume is a piece of passionate special pleading, written with the heat -- and often with the wisdom, it must be said -- of a Liberal damning the shortsightedness of politicians from 1782 to 1832.
With facts mainly in his mind, he was often acute in the matter of style, and he said, `` The young who have as yet nothing to say will try larks with initial letters and broken lines.
There is much to be said for such a college -- and Dartmouth men have been accused of saying it too often and too loudly.
The jury said it did find that many of Georgia's registration and election laws `` are outmoded or inadequate and often ambiguous ''.
`` You often hear people talk about team spirit and that sort of thing '', Benington said in a conversation after the ceremonies, `` but what this team had was a little different.
" It is often said that Korzybski opposed the use of the verb " to be ," which is an exaggeration ( see " Criticisms " below ).
It is often said that Ford's production system was ingenious because it turned Ford's own workers into new customers.
But there are smaller snippets of tradition preserved in the Historia Brittonum: in Chapter 31, we are told that Vortigern ruled in fear of Ambrosius ; later, in Chapter 66, various events are dated from a Battle of Guoloph ( often identified with Wallop, ESE of Amesbury near Salisbury ), which is said to have been between Ambrosius and Vitolinus ; lastly, in Chapter 48, it is said that Pascent, the son of Vortigern, was granted rule over the regions of Buellt and Gwrtheyrnion by Ambrosius.
George Washington ( February 22, 1732-December 14, 1799 ), the country's first president, is often said to be the father of his country.
They are often associated with an individual family line or said to be a harbinger of death similar to a banshee.
St Gregory Nazianzen, fellow Doctor of the Church, 330-390, said in Or. 21: " When I praise Athanasius, virtue itself is my theme: for I name every virtue as often as I mention him who was possessed of all virtues.
The phrase is often used in a less serious manner in relation to someone or something that is out of control and causing trouble ( e. g., a dog tearing up the living room furniture might be said to be running amok ).
Because this is a subjective experience, it is often said that " beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
The writers of the study had initially speculated that the reason for this is due to endocrinology with larger breasts indicating higher levels of estrogen and a sign of greater fertility, but the researchers said that " Men may be looking more often at the breasts because they are simply aesthetically pleasing, regardless of the size.
States often said to exhibit crony capitalism include the People's Republic of China ; India, especially up to the early 1990s when manufacturing was strictly controlled by the government ( the " Licence Raj "); Indonesia ; Argentina ; Brazil ; United Kingdom ; Malaysia ; Israel ; Russia ; the United States ; Tasmania ; and most other ex-Eastern Bloc states.
Scotland is often said to use the civil law system but it has a unique system that combines elements of an uncodified civil law dating back to the Corpus Juris Civilis with an element of common law long predating the Treaty of Union with England in 1707 ( see Legal institutions of Scotland in the High Middle Ages ).
The per capita income of the CAR is often listed as being around $ 300 a year, said to be one of the lowest in the world, but this figure is based mostly on reported sales of exports and largely ignores the more important but unregistered sale of foods, locally-produced alcohol, diamonds, ivory, bushmeat, and traditional medicines, for example.
Disc jockey Rodney Bingenheimer jokingly said that Love would often " stalk him " at a Denny's restaurant, insisting that he should give " Retard Girl " air time on his station, KROQ.
The famous low-budget filmmaker Edward D. Wood, Jr. said he often wore women's underwear under his military uniform during World War II.
Mestre Bimba often said, " o chão é amigo do capoeirista " ( the floor is a friend to the capoeirista ).
This part of the censors ' office invested them with a peculiar kind of jurisdiction, which in many respects resembled the exercise of public opinion in modern times ; for there are innumerable actions which, though acknowledged by every one to be prejudicial and immoral, still do not come within the reach of the positive laws of a country ; as often said, " immorality does not equal illegality ".