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I was constantly searching for clues around the neighborhood of the hall.
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In the brief moment I had to talk to them before I took my post on the ring of defenses, I indicated I was sickened by the methods men employed to live and trade on the river.
Once, pressing him, I learned that his job was only part-time, in the afternoons when nothing went on in the hall.
In the mornings, I was informed, fluorescent tubes, similar to the one above the counter, illuminated the entire hall.
Now, here was something of obvious importance to me, yet when I reached for the tickets he snatched them away from my hand.
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 and constantly
I have also constantly engaged in scientific work and am fully aware of the value of opinions formed in science as well as in the religions in the world.
" I heard that Bud Fisher ( creator of Mutt and Jeff ) got $ 3, 000 a week and was constantly marrying French countesses ," Capp said.
De Palma describes the sequence as a constant invocation of Brechtian distanciation: “ First of all, I am interested in the medium of film itself, and I am constantly standing outside and making people aware that they are always watching a film.
Munch admitted to the personal goals of his work but he also offered his art to a wider purpose, " My art is really a voluntary confession and an attempt to explain to myself my relationship with life — it is, therefore, actually a sort of egoism, but I am constantly hoping that through this I can help others achieve clarity.
I was an instrument in a virtual world that constantly renewed its own meaningless image in a living world that was itself perceived outside of nature.
Then I say, such an engine may be made large enough to do the work required in employing eight, ten, fifteen, or twenty horses to be constantly maintained and kept for doing such a work …" The idea was later used by James Watt to help market his improved steam engine.
For example, he said " I cannot get over the difficulty of the wine which is kept in the cellar for three or four years while constantly increasing in exchange value, or that of the oak tree, which perhaps originally had not 2 s. expended on it in the way of labour, and yet comes to be worth £ 100.
Later in his " Letter to Posterity ", Petrarch wrote: " In my younger days I struggled constantly with an overwhelming but pure love affair – my only one, and I would have struggled with it longer had not premature death, bitter but salutary for me, extinguished the cooling flames.
: I have been so constantly under the necessity of watching the movements of the most unprincipled set of pirates I have ever known, that all my time has been occupied in defense, in putting evidence into something like legal shape that I am the inventor of the Electro-Magnetic Telegraph !!
The Iraqi government had, since the end of World War I and the beginning of the British Mandate in the Middle East, constantly resisted British efforts to control or restrict them.
Gardner also notes another example of the Bellman's rule: Carroll's constantly reiterated reply " I don't know ", when asked to explain what he had in mind with the Snark.
In a document issued on 27 March 1329, Basarab was mentioned among King Charles I ’ s enemies alongside the Bulgarians, the Serbs and the Tatars who constantly attacked the Hungarian confines.
I have to work at changing and constantly reinventing myself in a way that probably would not have happened had Star Trek not come along.
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It can range from a casual item for comic effect, such as in an episode titled The Seance of the 1950s TV sitcom I Love Lucy, where Lucy dabbles in numerology, to a central element of the storyline, such as the movie π, in which the protagonist meets a numerologist searching for hidden numerical patterns in the Torah.
::: So I ’ m not going to throw away my short allotment of life on a futile, silly hope, searching for something there simply cannot be, a completely blameless man — not among us mortals who must win our bread from the broad earth.
Remembering her youth on a kibbutz on the shores of the Kinneret, one woman said: " Oh, how beautiful it was when we all took part in the discussions, were nights of searching for one another — that is what I call those hallowed nights.
I thus want to try to explain, how significant the simple gesture was to go out from the studio searching sounds outside.
With the development of the three-stage, solid-fuel Minuteman I missile in the late 1950s SAC began searching for sites to deploy this revolutionary weapon.
::“ For all those people who have lost or misplaced something that was dear to them, as I have, never give up the dream of searching – never let go of the hope that you ’ ll find it because after all these many years, at last, my Oscar has been returned to me .”
I didn't go in to the cause or the etiology ; the only searching question I asked was " When you get in the shower to scrub yourself for hours, tell me, do you start at the top of your head, or the soles of your feet, or in the middle?
Blah, blah, blah .” There was a lot of soul searching at the time when I wrote that song, and I actually decided to take it.
Diogenes explained, " I am searching for the bones of your father but cannot distinguish them from those of a slave.
Toward the end of World War I, he and his wife Emily Jordan Folger began searching for a location for his Shakespeare library.
In the sketch, the nerd is searching for cheat codes online after being beaten in a game and comes across a military defense computer like WOPR ( jokingly named B. I. G. M. A. C .).
The Independents critic declared it " one of the most thrilling and searching performances I have ever witnessed " while The Daily Telegraph described him as an " outrageously charismatic actor " with " an astonishing physical presence ".
Everett stated: " I omitted no opportunity of searching for Greek manuscripts in the libraries of the religious houses which I visited in Greece, particularly those of Megaspelion in the Morea and of Meteora in Thessaly.
He finished with these words: " Once I am gone, let them go on searching ; it is the only favor I ask.
Toward the end of World War I, he and his wife began searching for a location for his Shakespeare library.
But I would never say I was writing about searching for something as much as just trying to document with every song where I am in that moment when I ’ m writing that song.