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If I now risk some comparisons with Sons And Lovers let it be clear that I am not comparing the two works or judging their merits ; ;
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If and I
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 I even hint at it do you think it will matter that you are his nephew -- and not even a blood nephew ''??
If you tell him I made a pass at you he might think you misunderstood something I said or did, so instead of just telling him I made a pass, say I tried to date you and that you agreed so you could prove to him what a louse I really am.
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 the old fool argues about the price, tell him I shall order my husband not to treat him as a patient any longer.
If Mrs. Wright doesn't accept the terms in the morning, I'll go either to Tokyo or to Holland, to do what I can.
If I am to speak the whole truth about my knowledge of love, I will have to stop trying to emulate the transcendant nightingale.
If and now
If the detective insists upon retaining his personal standards, he must now do so in conscious defiance of his society.
If there was ever a thought in her mind she might devote her life to religion, it was now dispelled.
If he borrowed money from Shakespeare or with his help, he would now have been able to repay the loan.
If an atom bomb in 1945 could destroy an entire city surely the atomic arsenal we now have is more than adequate to fulfill any military objective required of it.
If you have a full-time doctor now, can he be replaced with a part-time doctor or one who serves on a fee-per-case basis only??
If cell Af has not previously been assigned as the information cell of a form in the text-form list, it is now assigned as the information cell of Af.
When the date would try to bid her good-night at the door, she would tell him, `` If you go home now, I'll scream ''.
If Felix was still wearing the hat and carrying the horn because he'd forgotten about them, he now remembered.
If she'd kept on as she'd been going, the story I'd told Gladdy would probably have been true by now, anyhow
If the batter gets a base hit, which would have scored the runner anyway, the run now becomes earned.
" If the remainder of the Conservative Party could muster the electoral support necessary to form a government, then Disraeli was now guaranteed high office.
If he intended an attack along the Moselle the Duke must now turn west, but, instead, the following day the army crossed to the right bank of the Rhine, ( pausing to add 5, 000 waiting Hanoverians and Prussians ).
If Holstein-Beck's Dutch column were destroyed, the Allied army would be split in two: Eugene's wing would be isolated from Marlborough's, passing the initiative to the Franco-Bavarian forces now engaged across the whole plain.
If the opponent takes, the cube, now showing the doubled stake, is moved to the opponent's side of the board.
" To mollify Avedon, Chaplin assured the photographer of his authenticity and added the comment, " If you want to take my picture, you'd better do it now.
But now, intermarriage is often the result of living in an open society .... If our children end up marrying non-Jews, we should not reject them.
** If a team is penalized in the final minute of a half and the penalty causes the clock to stop, the opposing team now has the right to have 10 seconds run off the clock in addition to the yardage penalty.
If the amount to be paid at time 0 ( now ) for all the future cash flows is known, then that amount can be substituted for DPV and the equation can be solved for i, that is the internal rate of return.
If there is more than one allograph of a unit of writing, and the choice between them depends on context or on the preference of the author, they now have to be treated as separate glyphs, because mechanical arrangements have to be available to differentiate between them and to print whichever of them is required.
If all the non-zero bits were counted, then the intermediate result register now holds the final result.
If and risk
`` If Philip Toynbee is claiming that the choice lies between capitulation and the risk of nuclear war, I think he is right.
According to adventurer André Malraux, in his La Condition Humaine ( 1933 ), " If a man is not ready to risk his life, where is his dignity ?".
If a player holds onto his stock, he runs the risk that the acquired chain may not reemerge before the game ends.
If ADH production is excessive in heart failure, Na < sup >+</ sup > level in the plasma may fall ( hyponatremia ), and this is a sign of increased risk of death in heart failure patients.
If your side has two aces and a void, then you are not at risk of losing the first two tricks, so long as ( a ) your void is useful ( i. e., does not duplicate the function of an ace that your side holds ) and ( b ) you are not vulnerable to the loss of the first two tricks in the fourth suit ( because, for instance, one of the partnership hands holds a singleton in that suit or the protected king, giving your side second round control ).
If the risk of asphyxiation is deemed to be high, doctors may use various devices ( such as an oropharyngeal airway, nasopharyngeal airway or endotracheal tube ) to safeguard the airway.
If they have been damaged ( from rheumatic fever, for example ) the risk of bacteria attachment is increased.
If the receiving partner has wounds on his genitals, or if the giving partner has wounds or open sores on or in his or her mouth, or bleeding gums, this poses an increased risk of STD transmission.
If one needs a weapon for self-defense one must " prove that his personal safety at risk to such an extent that in order to ensure the needed a weapon for security ".
If for some reason the researcher or archivist does need to handle the actual photo, perhaps to examine the verso for writing, he or she can use gloves if there appears to be a risk from oils or dirt on the hands.
If using timber to raise the garden bed, ensure that it is an untreated hardwood to prevent the risk of chemicals leaching into the soil.
If such contaminated dust is inhaled, these particles can stick to the airways of the lung and increase the risk of developing lung cancer.
If risks are improperly assessed and prioritized, time can be wasted in dealing with risk of losses that are not likely to occur.
* If the upper cervical cord is involved, all four limbs may be involved and there is risk of respiratory paralysis ( segments C3, 4, 5 to diaphragm ).
If the declaration is done by the President, he may take control back without risk of being overridden by the Congress.
If a risk averse consumer has a utility function over consumption x, and if is differentiable, then the consumer is not prudent unless the third derivative of utility is positive, that is,.
If testing shows that parent is a CFTR gene mutation carrier, the other parent is tested to calculate the risk that their children will have CF.
If a ferromagnetic foreign body is present in human tissue, an external magnetic field interacting with it can pose a serious safety risk .< ref >
If a patient is at risk to himself or herself, inpatient psychiatric hospitalization should be initiated.
If anything, epidemiological studies suggest that their high consumption is associated with somewhat lower risk of IR and / or metabolic syndrome.
If a property purchaser borrows more than 80 % of the property's value, the lender will likely require that the borrower purchase private mortgage insurance to cover the lender's risk.
If the lender is FHA approved and the mortgage is within FHA limits, the FHA provides mortgage insurance that may be more affordable, especially for higher risk borrowers.
If not implemented correctly, it presents a security risk to overall platform integrity and protected data.