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I am certainly not adequately trained to describe or enlarge on human fears, but there are certain features of the fears dispelled by scientific explanations that stand out quite clearly.
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.
This is one of the most constructive suggestions made in this critical field in years, and I certainly hope it sparks some action.
I didn't offer any advice, but I certainly did not want to go back to where the officer lay with his brains dashed out.
With my gray hair and my weatherbeaten countenance I certainly looked the honest working stiff.
Torrid Adios ( Torrid-Adios Molly ) is not so masculine as most of the colts, but I like his type and he certainly is one of the best-gaited pacers on the grounds.
This may just be pride in my adopted State of Washington, but certainly I love to visit their mound cities near Yakima and Prosser in July or August, when the bees are in their most active period.
You may have misgivings about certain aspects of our military establishment -- I certainly do -- but you know any comparison of over-all American strength with over-all Soviet strength finds the United States not only superior, but so superior both in present weapons and in the development of new ones that our advantage promises to be a permanent feature of U.S.-Soviet relations for the foreseeable future.
I think her husband strongly suspects so, and that's why he called me in on the thing in direct defiance of his confederates and almost certainly without telling them why he was doing so.
The killer, if in our present group, would certainly be interested in knowing that much, and even though with the fingerprint evidence what it was I could see no way he could use this bit of information to improve on his situation, there might always be some way.
( `` I certainly was not at the Dumont last night and my husband couldn't have been.
`` After inspiring this, I think we should certainly follow through on it '', he declared.
" When I woke up just after dawn on September 28, 1928, I certainly didn't plan to revolutionise all medicine by discovering the world's first antibiotic, or bacteria killer ," Fleming would later say, " But I suppose that was exactly what I did.
Most notably, certainly from a G. I.
But this destruction, coupled with a protracted siege of Rain ( 9 – 16 July ), caused Prince Eugene to lament "... since the Donauwörth action I cannot admire their performances ", and later to conclude " If he has to go home without having achieved his objective, he will certainly be ruined.
I certainly understand the gay readings, though.
No. If I convinced myself of something thought anything at all, then I certainly existed.

I and hope
I would turn away from my writing in the hope of getting a good look at them but I never quite succeeded.
Suddenly a treble auto horn tootley-toot-tootled, and, thumbing hopefully, I saw emergent in windshield flash: red lips, streaming silk of blonde hair and -- ah, trembling confusion of hope, apprehension, despair -- the leering face of old Herry.
A man must be able to say, `` Father, I have sinned '', or there is no hope for him.
I left behind me brave men, whom captivity had robbed of all hope.
While my memory holds with relentless tenacity, as I cannot too often stress, to my wrongs, when it comes to my shames, it gestures and jokes and toys with chronology like a prestidigitator in the hope of distracting me from them.
However, I confess my hope that I will be innocent again, not with a pristine, accidental innocence, but rather with an innocence achieved by the slow cutting away of the flesh to reach the bone.
I still have the dress, and I hope to give it to the Smithsonian Institution as a memento, or, as I more fondly hope, to present it to a museum containing articles showing the daily lives of the Presidents -- if I can get it organized.
but this -- yes, terrible step I am about to take is lightened with an inundating joy by the new-found hope that here, in these poems, is treasure -- or at least some measure of beauty, which I did not know of ''.
Harcourt replied: `` I do really hope you can achieve serenity in the course of time.
Of course I hope Hal can also, but those hopes are much more faint ''.
The reason is, I think, my awareness that my remarks last quarter on pacifism may well have served to confirm the opinion of some that my tendency to skepticism and dissent gets us nowhere, and that I am simply too old to hope.
She asked if I had other advice and, heady with success, I rushed it in, I hope not too late.

I and will
`` I won't force Beth to come against her will.
`` Damned if I will.
How far I knew will shortly become apparent.
I worked for my Uncle ( an Uncle by marriage so you will not think this has a mild undercurrent of incest ) who ran one of those antique shops in New Orleans' Vieux Carre, the old French Quarter.
If I even hint at it do you think it will matter that you are his nephew -- and not even a blood nephew ''??
`` I don't want to be thrown out and I don't think I will.
When I show up he will know you are a good wife to have told him about it ''.
And I will greatly appreciate it if you will not tell your husband.
`` If you will pardon, I think it would be better if not.
`` I will give Mr. Roy his due for this dive.
I will make him distributor for all of Florida -- a big market.
His heart was pounding like a mighty dynamo and he was trying to think, his mind seeming to scream at him like a hurt or frightened child, `` How will I do it??
I suppose the reason is a kind of wishful thinking: don't talk about the final stages of Reconstruction and they will take care of themselves.
The design is determined emotionally: `` I must reach into myself for the spring that will send me catapulting recklessly into the chaos of event with which the dance confronts me ''.
`` What I am saying does not mean that there will henceforth be no form in art.
I will assume that we are all aware of the continuing struggle, with its limited and precarious success, toward conservatism.
I will mention two volumes of specific comment on this malaise that appeared last year.
I will reserve discussion of it for a moment, however, to return to President Kennedy.
Hence the prime issue, as I see it, is whether a democratic or free society can master technology for the benefit of mankind, or whether technology will rule and develop its own society compatible with its own needs as a force of nature.
Then, after overtures to accept a settlement and go through with a divorce, Miriam gave a ghastly echo of Mrs. Micawber by suddenly stating, `` I will never leave Mr. Wright ''.
Miriam said that she must be assured that `` that other woman, Olga, will not be in luxury while I am scraping along ''.
For pride's sake, I will not say that the coy and leering vade mecum of those verses insinuated itself into my soul.

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