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I and felt
`` I never felt better in my life '', Fiske blustered.
I felt certain he was really a spineless little man.
It was, I felt, possible that they were men who, having received no tickets for that day, had remained in the hall, to sleep perhaps, in the corners farthest removed from the counter with its overhead light.
I felt certain it was self-appointed.
I had felt the draft they were making while mounting the stairs.
I felt certain that the director, like the afternoon clerk, seldom moved beyond the counter, that the hall, to them, was a jungle, a dark and unwelcome place.
Something clicked in this instance, but I treated her circumspectly and I felt that she knew it, for we both kept our distance.
I felt that her eyes were undressing me as if she were a painter and I a nude model.
`` I guess we both felt it ''.
I felt that he looked at me coldly and appraisingly and seemed to be uncertain what his attitude towards me should be, but he did not say one word which might indicate that he had been told of advances to his wife.
I felt a queasiness in my own stomach but it wouldn't do to show these girls that we were afraid.
Though I had a great dread of the island and felt I would never leave it alive, I eagerly wrote down everything she told me about its women.
`` I saw the boy Dandy at the Congo Square festivities and felt sorry for him.
Since he introduces so much modern music, I could not resist asking how he felt about it.
Our Northern brethren also I believe felt a little tender under those censures ; ;
If you had screamed right there in the street where we stood, I could not have felt more fear.
`` I felt that I must devote myself to the ' outside ' world ''.
Never until in this work of S-D organization have I realized and felt the attitude and experience of a Teacher.

I and strongly
I strongly recommend to the Congress the avoidance of mandatory floors on the size of the reserve components so that we may have the flexibility to make adjustments in keeping with military necessity.
While this may well be true in general, I believe it is also important to keep in mind that some recent developments suggest that over the next year or so military electronics may be one of the most strongly growing areas in an economy which is not expanding rapidly in other directions.
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.
`` You haven't got cancer '', I said as strongly as I could.
Pope Julius I wrote to the supporters of Arius strongly urging the reinstatement of Athanasius, but that effort proved to be in vain.
" The German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe wrote: " With the exception of Shakespeare and Spinoza, I know no one among the no longer living who has influenced me more strongly.
Charles V strongly favoured a council, but needed the support of King Francis I of France, who attacked him militarily.
" I Pity the Fool " was no more successful than " Liza Jane ", and Bowie soon moved on again to join the Lower Third, a blues trio strongly influenced by The Who.
In this report I shall call strongly interacting particles " hadrons ", and the corresponding decays " hadronic " ( the Greek ἁδρός signifies " large ", " massive ", in contrast to λεπτός which means " small ", " light ").
Five months later came the publication of Poems, the first volume of Keats's verse, which included " I stood tiptoe " and " Sleep and Poetry ," both strongly influenced by Hunt.
" After the paper published an article strongly criticising the monarchy in Russia, the Russian Tsar Nicholas I, an ally of the Prussian monarchy, requested that the Rheinische Zeitung be banned.
Wimsey does not object, but Bunter strongly does: " If I may state my own preference, sir, it would be to wait upon you and his lordship in the usual manner ".
When Sylvester Stallone spotted Mr. T in this second airing, it is strongly believed that the interview with sports journalist Bryant Gumbel originated his famous line " I don't hate him but ... I pity the fool ", which was worked into the movie Rocky.
The ratio of M to R increases by a factor of only three over 2. 5 orders of magnitude of M. This relation is roughly proportional to the star's inner temperature T < sub > I </ sub >, and its extremely slow increase reflects the fact that the rate of energy generation in the core strongly depends on this temperature, while it has to fit the mass – luminosity relation.
I feel very strongly about this.
The Type I string theory is related to the heterotic SO ( 32 ) theory by S-duality ; this means that the Type I description of weakly interacting particles can also be seen as the heterotic SO ( 32 ) description of very strongly interacting particles.
Galileo maintained strongly that mathematics provided a kind of necessary certainty that could be compared to God's: " With regard to those few mathematical propositions which the human intellect does understand, I believe its knowledge equals the Divine in objective certainty.
He believed strongly in the organization, writing that " The Civitan Club is doing things — big things — for the community, state, and nation, and I certainly consider it an honor to be numbered in its ranks.
When World War I began in 1914, Roosevelt strongly supported the Allies and demanded a harsher policy against Germany, especially regarding submarine warfare.
Her life is dedicated to putting me down but I attempt very strongly not to put her down.

I and attached
I waited until the parking attendant was busy with a customer, then slipped around the back of the car with license number JYM 114, attached the electronic bug to the rear bumper and walked out.
During World War I, Fuller had been a staff officer attached to the newly developed tank force.
Anne Thomopoulos and Jane Tranter, producers of the popular HBO / BBC2 Rome miniseries, are attached to the new I, Claudius project.
# As a result of interaction with the environment, and particularly as a result of evaluational interaction with others, the structure of the self is formed-an organized, fluid but consistent conceptual pattern of perceptions of characteristics and relationships of the " I " or the " me ", together with values attached to these concepts.
In 1962, Lincoln Laboratory used a selection of System Building Blocks to implement a small 12-bit machine, and attached it to a variety of analog-to-digital ( A to D ) input / output ( I / O ) devices that made it easy to interface with various analog lab equipment.
With the accession of Wilhelm I to the newly-established imperial German throne, the titles of King of Prussia, Duke of Prussia and Elector of Brandenburg were always attached to the title of German Emperor.
He seems to have spent two years there, then left, and the next three ( 382 – 385 ) he was in Rome again, attached to Pope Damasus I and the leading Roman Christians.
Sister chromatids remain attached during telophase I.
With the start of the German war against Poland in 1939, the German minority in the parts of Masuria attached to Poland after World War I, organised in paramilitary formation called Selbstschutz begun to engage in massacres of local Polish population ; Poles were imprisoned, tortured and murdered while Masurians were sometimes forcefully placed on Volksliste
Motels are typically constructed in an ' I '- or ' L '- or ' U '- shaped layout that includes guest rooms, an attached manager's office, a small reception and, in most motels, a swimming pool, and in some cases, a small diner.
I am a Christian, in the only sense he wished any one to be ; sincerely attached to his doctrines, in preference to all others ; ascribing to himself every human excellence ; & believing he never claimed any other.
Showing an early aptitude for learning, he was moved from the school attached to the Lateran Palace and, according to the Liber Pontificalis, was made a Deacon by Paschal I ( 817 – 824 ).
The input / output arrangements may be built into a simple PLC, or the PLC may have external I / O modules attached to a computer network that plugs into the PLC.
Extra weight in pail pulls cord ( I ), which opens and lights automatic lighter ( J ), setting off skyrocket ( K ), which causes sickle ( L ) to cut string ( M ) and allow the pendulum with the attached napkin to swing back and forth, thereby wiping chin.
The extra features are integrated memory, PCMCIA, and color LCD controllers connected to an on-die system bus, and five serial I / O channels that are connected to a peripheral bus attached to the system bus.
* Data buffers that are accessed directly by peripheral devices that use direct memory access or I / O channels must reside in pinned pages while the I / O operation is in progress because such devices and the buses to which they are attached expect to find data buffers located at physical memory addresses ; regardless of whether the bus has a memory management unit for I / O, transfers cannot be stopped if a page fault occurs and then restarted when the page fault has been processed.
" That said, Beckett did once concede, " It would be fatuous of me to pretend that I am not aware of the meanings attached to the word ' Godot ', and the opinion of many that it means ' God '.
The name was not attached to Cornish legends of lost coastal lands until the reign of Elizabeth I of England, however ..
This battle saw the unsupported division of General Douay of I Corps, with some attached cavalry, which was posted to watch the border, attacked in overwhelming but poorly coordinated fashion by the German 3rd Army.
And because his father was most worthy and I was very attached to him, and the son is a sensible and well-mannered young man, on both accounts, I bear him great love ...".

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