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I and try
`` I won't even try to thank you ''.
She's been hangin' around me a lot here lately, and I figgered I might as well's try it.
`` I might try it one of these days '', Jack said wonderingly, thinking of Miss Langford.
I would try to memorize landmarks and saw in a half-hour that it was hopeless.
When I try to work out my reasons for feeling that this passage is of critical significance, I come up with the following ideas, which I shall express very briefly here and revert to in a later essay.
But before I try to diagnose it, I would offer other evidence.
What I do is to try to bring him into contact with reality as much as possible.
I try to give him as many normal experiences as possible.
If a human figure or wild life are to be part of the projected final picture, I try to place them in the initial sketch.
I really loved that boy, and, in a feverish attempt to preserve our marriage and to try to revive the wonderful, wonderful person Letch had once been, I took my troubles to Momma, hoping that her earthy advice would help me.
`` I'll try '', I said, and sat for a moment thinking.
Ever since I was a child, I have always had a yen to try my hand at writing.
I wish you luck when you try scaring that kid ''.
I don't know if I can manage it tonight or tomorrow, but I'll try my best, my friend.
`` I try '', Felix said blithely.
I knew the only way I could beat you was to play possum, but it was a good try, kid, and I appreciate it.

I and treat
If the old fool argues about the price, tell him I shall order my husband not to treat him as a patient any longer.
: I regret that reviewers have in some cases been inclined to treat the chapters on Machines as an attempt to reduce Mr. Darwin's theory to an absurdity.
When Peripatetic philosopher Eudemus became ill with Quartan fever, Galen felt obliged to treat him " since he was my teacher and I happened to live nearby.
The laws ( novellae ) of the Emperor Justinian I ( r. 527 – 565 ) treat Hesychast and anchorite as synonyms, making them interchangeable terms.
I hate the idea even as I say it, but I do believe the only way to treat heroin is to legalise it.
In July 1276, he was one of the three cardinals whom Pope Adrian V sent to Viterbo with instructions to treat with the German King, Rudolf I of Habsburg, concerning his imperial coronation at Rome and his future relations towards Charles of Anjou, whom papal policy supported.
" As to the hope that it may ... induce England to treat us better ," wrote Gallatin to Jefferson shortly after the bill had become law, " I think is entirely groundless ... government prohibitions do always more mischief than had been calculated ; and it is not without much hesitation that a statesman should hazard to regulate the concerns of individuals as if he could do it better than themselves.
About African Americans, Roosevelt said, " I have not been able to think out any solution of the terrible problem offered by the presence of the Negro on this continent, but of one thing I am sure, and that is that inasmuch as he is here and can neither be killed nor driven away, the only wise and honorable and Christian thing to do is to treat each black man and each white man strictly on his merits as a man, giving him no more and no less than he shows himself worthy to have.
When Goldstein was threatened with court-martial for refusing to treat non-Jewish soldiers in the Israeli Defence Force, he declared: " I am not willing to treat any non-Jew.
" He went on to elaborate that " you're dealing with not a religion, you're dealing with a political system, and I think we should treat it as such, and treat its adherents as such as we would members of the communist party, members of some fascist group.
It began with an oppressive period of crackdown and paternalistic rule, then a dōka ( 同化 ) period of aims to treat all people ( races ) alike proclaimed by Taiwanese Nationalists who were inspired by the Self-Determination of Nations ( 民族自決 ) proposed by Woodrow Wilson after World War I, and finally, during World War II, a period of kōminka ( 皇民化 ), a policy which aimed to turn Taiwanese into loyal subjects of the Japanese emperor.
" As to the hope that it may ... induce England to treat us better ," wrote Gallatin to Jefferson shortly after the bill had become law, " I think is entirely groundless ... government prohibitions do always more mischief than had been calculated ; and it is not without much hesitation that a statesman should hazard to regulate the concerns of individuals as if he could do it better than themselves.
In 1985, Hayakawa gave this defense to an interviewer: " I wanted to treat general semantics as a subject, in the same sense that there's a scientific concept known as gravitation, which is independent of Isaac Newton.
I live by the golden rule: Treat others as you'd want them to treat you.
Antonia would often offer Caligula advice, but he once told her, " I can treat anyone exactly as I please !".
Indeed, Marie Curie pushed for radiography to be used to treat wounded soldiers in World War I.
But I prefer to treat it as intellectually exciting.

I and Daniel
In the company of Edwin and his loves are a dramatic array of thinly veiled representations of theatrical personages of the time, amongst them Daniel Mendoza, an exacting and powerful impresario, who controls the lives of his leading ladies ; the goatish, démodé manager, Matthew Lewis, who promotes Julia Scarlet as “ the American Sarah Bernhardt ”; the worldly-wise veteran of the stage, Ottilie Potter, who has gotten where she is because, “ Men had what I wanted, and I had what they wanted ”; and the huge, manlike Helen Sampson, chief among theatrical agents.
# Part I: Chapter 1-2: 3 introduces Daniel and his companions and the circumstances they were in.
* Block, Daniel I.
Jean Froissart states as follows: " Now will I name some of the principal lords and knights ( men-at-arms ) that were there with the prince: the earl of Warwick, the earl of Suffolk, the earl of Salisbury, the earl of Oxford, the lord Raynold Cobham, the lord Spencer, the lord James Audley, the lord Peter his brother, the lord Berkeley, the lord Basset, the lord Warin, the lord Delaware, the lord Manne, the lord Willoughby, the lord Bartholomew de Burghersh, the lord of Felton, the lord Richard of Pembroke, the lord Stephen of Cosington, the lord Bradetane and other Englishmen ; and of Gascon there was the lord of Pommiers, the lord of Languiran, the captal of Buch, the lord John of Caumont, the lord de Lesparre, the lord of Rauzan, the lord of Condon, the lord of Montferrand, the lord of Landiras, the lord Soudic of Latrau and other ( men-at-arms ) that I cannot name ; and of Hainowes the lord Eustace d ' Aubrecicourt, the lord John of Ghistelles, and two other strangers, the lord Daniel Pasele and the lord Denis of Amposta, a fortress in Catalonia ".
Despite this huge show of force, the battle will be short-lived, for Ezekiel, Daniel, and Revelation all say that this last desperate attempt to destroy the people and the city of God will end in disaster: " I will bring him to judgment with pestilence and bloodshed.
* " All that clairvoyant stuff – I don't see it myself: A new law against mediums would not work " by Daniel Finkelstein, The Times, April 11, 2007.
* Collins, B. and I. Mees ( 1998 ), " The Real Professor Higgins, the Life and Career of Daniel Jones ", Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1998.
* The Mind's I: Fantasies and Reflections on Self and Soul ( co-edited with Daniel Dennett ) ( ISBN 0-465-03091-2 and ISBN 0-553-01412-9 ) ( ISBN 0-553-34584-2 ) 1981
Dennis R. Hoagland and Daniel I. Arnon wrote a classic 1938 agricultural bulletin, The Water Culture Method for Growing Plants Without Soil, debunking the exaggerated claims made about hydroponics.
* Daniel Z. Epstein " Law's ' I '" 2007.
Ted Williams was born in San Diego as Teddy Samuel Williams, named after his father, Samuel Stuart Williams, and former President, Teddy Roosevelt, although Williams claimed that his middle name stemmed from one of his mother's brothers ( in truth, her dead brother was Daniel Venzor ) who had been killed in World War I.
When the Whig Party asked Daniel Webster to run for the Vice Presidency on Zachary Taylor's ticket, he replied " I do not propose to be buried until I am really dead and in my coffin.
Statues of Bolesław I and Mieszko I by Christian Daniel Rauch in the Golden Chapel, Poznań Cathedral
Songs included Little Mary Make Believe, Guess Who I Am, Little Black Frog, There's a Hole In the Bottom of the Sea, Erie Canal, Horse in Striped Pajamas, The Littlest Snowman, Daniel the Cocker Spaniel, and many more.
* Daniel I. Vieyra.
Gersonides was also the author of commentaries on the Pentateuch, Joshua, Judges, I & II Samuel, I & II Kings, Proverbs, Job, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs, Ruth, Esther, Daniel, and Chronicles.
Other movies influenced by or making use of Uncle Tom's Cabin include Dimples ( a 1936 Shirley Temple film ), Uncle Tom's Uncle, ( a 1926 Our Gang episode ), its 1932 remake Spanky, the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The King and I ( in which a ballet called " Small House of Uncle Thomas " is performed in traditional Siamese style ), and Gangs of New York ( in which Leonardo DiCaprio and Daniel Day-Lewis's characters attend an imagined wartime adaptation of Uncle Tom's Cabin ).
The State Crown of Henry VII of England included in a portrait of Charles I of England by Daniel Mytens prior to its destruction in 1649.

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