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If and Corot
In the 1860s, Corot was still mixing peasant figures with mythological ones, mixing Neoclassicism with Realism, causing one critic to lament, " If M. Corot would kill, once and for all, the nymphs of his woods and replace them with peasants, I should like him beyond measure.

If and stands
If you are unable to sign the request, because of illness or other good cause, another person who stands in close personal or business relationship to you may sign the request on your behalf, stating the reason why you are unable to sign.
If however it has already saved its life by self-castration and is again pursued, then it stands up and reveals that it offers no ground for their eager pursuit, and releases the hunters from all further exertions, for they esteem its flesh less.
If the cause of the crash is uncertain, this number is rendered as 48454C50, which stands for " HELP " in hexadecimal ASCII characters ( 48 = H, 45 = E, 4C = L, 50 = P ).
If the request for plea bargain is accepted by the court, the accused stands convicted but neither is sentenced if in trial nor undergoes any sentence previously pronounced by a lower court if in appeal.
If the store is crammed with used athletic gear, old stereos, and old tools, the store owner must spend time and money shelving and sorting items, displaying them on different stands or in glass cases, and monitoring customers to prevent shoplifting.
* If the pope finds that the king who has been elected by the princes is unworthy of the imperial dignity, the princes must elect a new king or, if they refuse, the pope will confer the imperial dignity upon another king ; for the Church stands in need of a patron and defender.
If no party introduces new evidence the case stands or falls just by the prima facie evidence or lack thereof.
If the cross stands at the center of Paul's theology, so does the Resurrection: unless the one died the death of all, the all would have little to celebrate in the resurrection of the one.
Sherlock Holmes's straightforward practical principles are generally of the form, " If p, then q ," where " p " stands for some observed evidence and " q " stands for what the evidence indicates.
If the symbol "#" stands for a word boundary ( initial or final ), the notation "/ __ #"
If the woman stands upright, the vaginal tube points in an upward-backward direction and forms an angle of slightly more than 45 degrees with the uterus.
If the patient stands erect, as when having a chest X-ray, the gas will float to a position underneath the diaphragm.
* If the dealer expose any of his own cards the deal stands good.
If the listener stands still, it is presumed he intends to hear.
The building still stands and was featured on HGTV's " If These Walls Could Talk " along with the historic Plainsboro Inn building ( circa 1790 ) which was built adjacent to " Planes Tavern " at Plainsboro Road and Dey Road.
For a while If was hard to find on the news stands, but it survived.
If the problem is well-posed, then it stands a good chance of solution on
* If p = ∞, then || f ||< sub >∞</ sup > stands for the essential supremum of | f |, similarly for || g ||< sub >∞</ sup >.
If the altar stands free in the choir, both sides of the altarpiece can be covered with painting.
If voters do not know where a party stands on an issue, they cannot adequately employ this information in their overall evaluation.
The acronym stands for " If you See What I Mean " ( also said to have stood for " I See What You Mean ", but ISWYM was mistyped as ISWIM ).
If a governor exercises the veto authority after the legislature has adjourned, the veto stands.
If this code stands for an expression, the resulting value is returned.
If the Twins were in the playoffs with a home series, the baseball game took priority and the Gopher football game had to be moved to a time suitable to allow the grounds crew to convert the playing field and the stands to the football configuration.

If and for
If he had married her, he'd have been asking for trouble.
If she, Pamela, were being held responsible for his crimes, then hers must be the final act of expiation.
I showed her the shower and tub, and she said, smiling, `` If you really don't mind, I think I'll get clean in the shower, then soak for a few minutes in your tub.
If it were not for an old professor who made me read the classics I would have been stymied on what to do, and now I understand why they are classics ; ;
If it were not that I knew who it was I could have mistaken it for my Aunt so well did her clothes fit him.
`` If Blue Throat has his way he'll keep us all cooped up in here for days '', he said.
If a work is divided into several large segments, a last-minute drawing of random numbers may determine the order of the segments for any particular performance.
If Wilhelm Reich is the Moses who has led them out of the Egypt of sexual slavery, Dylan Thomas is the poet who offers them the Dionysian dialectic of justification for their indulgence in liquor, marijuana, sex, and jazz.
If he thus achieves a lyrical, dreamlike, drugged intensity, he pays the price for his indulgence by producing work -- Allen Ginsberg's `` Howl '' is a striking example of this tendency -- that is disoriented, Dionysian but without depth and without Apollonian control.
If living Jews were unavailable for study, the Bible was at hand.
If he had been `` liquidated '' in some way, he would have become a martyr, a rallying point for people who shared his ideas.
If we examine the three types of change from the point of view of their internal structure we find an additional profound difference between the third and the first two, one that accounts for the notable difference between the responses they evoke.
If we remove ourselves for a moment from our time and our infatuation with mental disease, isn't there something absurd about a hero in a novel who is defeated by his infantile neurosis??
If we grasp this opportunity to build an age of productive partnership between the less fortunate nations and those that have already achieved a high state of economic advancement, we will make brighter the outlook for a world order based upon security and freedom.
`` If you become a Baptist, I will not '', Ann informed her husband, but sweeping her threat aside Adoniram continued to search for an answer to the personal dilemma in which he found himself.
Defoe then commented, `` If they Could Draw that young Gentleman into Their Measures They would show themselves quickly, for they are not asham'd to Say They want only a head to Make a beginning ''.
If his scholarship and formal musicianship were not all they might have been, Mercer demonstrated at an early age that he was gifted with a remarkable ear for rhythm and dialect.
If only for this modest masterpiece of military history, Blenheim is likely to be read and reread long after newer interpretations have perhaps altered our picture of the Marlborough wars.
If, as Reid says, `` nearly all his poetry was produced when he was not taking opium '', there may be some reason to doubt that he was under its influence in the period from 1896 to 1900 when he was writing the poems to Katie King and making plans for another book of verse.
If Robinson was a liar and a slanderer, he was also a very canny gentleman, for nothing that Pike could do would pry so much as a single word out of him.
If Gorton wanted peace and quiet for his complicated meditations this is where he should have had it.
If she wanted to borrow any sum of money in expecting the arrangements of Congress, it would not become a stranger, unknown to her, to offer himself for that purpose.
If the hardships of the winter at Valley Forge were trying for healthy men, they were, of course, much more so for those not in good health.
If his circumspection in regard to Philip's sensibilities went so far that he even refused to grant a dispensation for the marriage of Amadee's daughter, Agnes, to the son of the dauphin of Vienne -- a truly peacemaking move according to thirteenth-century ideas, for Savoy and Dauphine were as usual fighting on opposite sides -- for fear that he might seem to be favoring the anti-French coalition, he would certainly never take the far more drastic step of ordering the return of Gascony to Edward, even though, as he admitted to the English ambassadors, he had been advised that the original cession was invalid.

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