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If he's going to the St. Louis convention as a delegate we ought to know it.
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If the experiment were done in English, since Searle knows English, he would be able to take questions and give answers without any algorithms for English questions, and he would be affectively aware of what was being said and the purposes it might serve: Searle passes the Turing test of answering the questions in both languages, but he's only conscious of what he's doing when he speaks English.
[...] If I'm watching my favorite boxer and he's just won the heavyweight championship of the world and he retires it kind of makes the guy a legend.
He also wrote the Iran-contra satire Mastergate, as well as Sly Fox and a musical adaptation of the Preston Sturges movie Hail the Conquering Hero ; during that show's troubled development Gelbart uttered the now-classic line, " If Hitler is alive, I hope he's out of town with a musical.
If anyone has a prior claim on it, he's welcome to the word and to the junior senator from Wisconsin along with it.
If I went on I'd have some things to say, not just about the bad jokes he's done about me, but bad jokes he does about everybody who can't fight back because they aren't there.
If Elvis-fucking-Costello wants to pull out of a gig in Israel because he's suddenly got this compassion for Palestinians, then good on him.
If the article is not faulty then the vendor has no obligation to exchange or refund it unless he's committed to do so in advance.
If he doesn't like what I plan on doing with her, maybe he should give back the money he's made off my films.
Ensign Edward L. " Whitey " Feightner, who served with O ' Hare in July 1942, later said that one of the best pieces of information O ' Hare passed on to him, was " If you ever jump one of these Zeros and you surprise him, remember, the first thing he's going to do is a loop.
If Saddam is still there, if he's rearming, if the sanctions are lifted, we will have lost, no matter what spin we put on it.
Showbiz thusly: " If you're talking about name dropping, he's one of the biggest names you could drop, Pav-The-Man.
" Ebert rejected the accusation, and reaffirmed his opinion of the film, stating, " If he's going to persist in making bad movies, he's going to have to grow accustomed to reading bad reviews.
If he's initially at a level of consumption where he's neither of the above ( i. e. a net borrower or net saver ), an increase in income may make him a net saver or a net borrower depending on his preferences.
On Bill Clinton: " If left to my own devices, I'd spend all my time pointing out that he's weaker than bus-station chili.
If there's something I know about the game that the other person doesn't, and if he's not willing to learn or can't understand, then I take his money.
If and going
If he showed signs of collecting his rifle and going back with his deputy to the ranch he would be shot down instantly.
If we make it established custom that whenever butchery on the highways grows excessive, say beyond 25,000 per annum, then somebody is going to hang, it follows that the more eminent the victim, the more impressive the lesson.
If, for some reason such as economy, we are not going to develop aircraft nuclear propulsion with a sense of national urgency, then we should turn our effort to developing jet engines with a thrust-to-weight ratio of 12 or 15 to one.
If pressed by the sitter for more detail, she may be able to bring the picture more into focus and see more sharply, almost as if she were physically going closer.
If you are going to farm for extra cash income on a part-time basis you must keep in mind the needed machinery investments when you choose among farm enterprises.
`` If I thought you were serious about going back to school, that you'd learned something from your experiences here and at Hanover -- well, I might consider such an offer.
If that picture gets around and I find out you had anything to do with it, I'm going to send a couple of my boys around to see you ''.
If, say, the Russians intended to stop Tom Jones' going to the pub, then Tom Jones would fight the Commies.
If she'd kept on as she'd been going, the story I'd told Gladdy would probably have been true by now, anyhow
This belief is grounded in the Gospel of John passage “ You heard me say, ‘ I am going away and I am coming back to you .’ If you loved me, you would be glad that I am going to the Father, for the Father is greater than I.
Hood replied that he would take careful soundings as he advanced to test the depth of the water, and that " If you will allow the honour of leading you into battle, I will keep the lead going.
If so, according to, this incident resulted that the Bi officials inadvertently revolted against their own lord through Confucius ' doing, thus forcing Viscount Ji Huan's hand in having to dismantle the walls of Bi ( as it could have harbored such rebels ) or confess to instigating the event by going against proper conduct and righteousness as an official.
If the ball hits the upright above the cross-bar before going through, it is not considered a dead ball, and the points are scored.
If the right wing wants a fight, they are going to get it ... before I end up, either this Republican Party will reflect progressivism or I won't be with them anymore.
If believers live in obedience to God, study the scriptures, ( and share them with others ) and love everybody, believers are not going to need to sin.
If anyone shall dare attack pilgrims going to Rome to visit the shrines of the Apostles and the oratories of other saints and rob them of the things they have with them, or exact from merchants new imposts and tolls, let him be excommunicated till he has made satisfaction.
If the painter encounters the mark but is going in a different direction, then some sort of loop has occurred which caused the painter to return to the mark.