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If the word deliberate means anything, both of them certainly deliberately destroyed themselves.
If, after signing such a declaration, the information is found to be deliberately untrue with the intent to deceive, the applicant may face perjury charges.
If a player breaks the rules of a game deliberately, this is cheating.
If a manual labourer or person with obviously dirty hands salutes or greets an elder or superior, he will deliberately show deference for their superior's comfort and avoid contact by bowing, touching the right forehead in a very quick salute or a distant " slamet ", prayer-hands gesture.
If it is accepted as morally wrong to deliberately inflict suffering upon innocent human creatures, then it is only logical to also regard it as wrong to inflict suffering on innocent individuals of other species.
Hedda Hopper wrote, " If Bette had deliberately set out to wreck her career, she could not have picked a more appropriate vehicle.
James J Greene writes on the subject: “ If one of the seminally powerful myths in the cultural memory of our past is Aeneas ' rejection of his African queen in order to go on and found the Roman empire, than it is surely significant that Shakespeare's ... depicts precisely and quite deliberately the opposite course of action from that celebrated by Virgil.
The bones are left in deliberately: " If we took the bones out, it wouldn't be crunchy, would it?
He goes on to quote Webster further, " If the Northern States refuse, willfully and deliberately, to carry into effect that part of the Constitution which respects the restoration of fugitive slaves, and Congress provides no remedy, the South would no longer be bound to observe the compact.
The decree proceeded to affirm, after listing the books of the Bible according to the Roman Catholic canon, that " If anyone receive not, as sacred and canonical, the said books entire with all their parts, as they have been used to be read in the Catholic Church, and as they are contained in the old Latin Vulgate edition, and knowingly and deliberately condemn the traditions aforesaid ; let him be anathema.
If he / she is deliberately exaggerating symptoms for personal gain, then he / she is malingering.
If two D ' Bridge systems communicated using the same key, the software deliberately crashed.
If the ball was played over the back line deliberately, then a penalty corner is awarded to the opposing team.
) In 2012, a columnist writing on the English language in the Calcutta ' Telegraph ', Stephen Hugh-Jones, mocked it with the deliberately anachronistic " If I built it in, is author ID Bacon?
* If the offender willfully, deliberately, and with premeditation intended the death of a law enforcement officer.
If Player One completes the first screen on his or her third and last ball, then immediately and deliberately allows the ball to " drain ," Player One's second screen is transferred to Player Two as a third screen, allowing Player Two to score a maximum of 1344 points if he or she is adept enough to keep the third ball in play that long.
If this were the case, it is unclear whether the phonetic transposition was an error on the part of the writers, to whom the name may have been only spoken, or if it is deliberately intended to have happened in the realm of the fictional Andromeda universe.
On April 1, 2011, Goldstone retracted his claim that it was Israeli government policy to deliberately target citizens, saying " If I had known then what I know now, the Goldstone Report would have been a different document ".
If seized by a predator its tail is deliberately cast and wriggles violently attracting attention while the lizard may escape.
" If it were meant as a parody, the bombast of the coda would have to be deliberately pitched so it would sound ridiculous ; this would underline the hypocrisy of the apparent tribute.
If either umpire considers that either or both batsmen deliberately run short, the umpire can give a warning to the batsman that this is unfair and disallow any earned runs from that delivery.
If an umpire considers that any batsman deliberately runs short again in that innings, a 5-run penalty is conceded to the bowling side.
However, in Macarthys Ltd v Smith, Lord Denning said, " If the time should come when our Parliament deliberately passes an Act — with the intention of repudiating the Treaty or any provision in it — or intentionally of acting inconsistently with it — and says so in express terms — then.
If a member of the fielding side deliberately distracts or attempts to distract the batsman on strike while he is preparing to receive or receiving a delivery, the umpire immediately declares the ball to be dead.

If and went
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.
If tests are to be resumed, the argument went, it is vital that the U. S. make plain that the onus belongs to the Soviet Union.
If a fumbled ball goes out of bounds, the team whose player last touched it is awarded possession at the spot where it went out of bounds.
If the disc cannot be found, there must be " reasonable evidence " that the disc went out-of bounds or the lost disc penalty is applied.
If the two nations went to war, Adams predicted the president of the United States would use his war powers to abolish slavery.
If so, he went back to business as usual in Gaul, for, from June to August of that year, Julian led a successful campaign against the Attuarian Franks.
If anything they slow you down " or " I went to one of these so called Gentlemens ' clubs and was shocked to see it was full of Women.
On the day of his death he woke up very early in the morning, went to chapel and meditated for three hours, sang a song on Kali and then he whispered, " If there were another Vivekananda, then he would have understood what this Vivekananda has done!
The first single, " If I Only Knew ," went to No. 11 in the UK.
If another sailor went through the bag, the odds were high the thief would tie the bag back using the more common reef knot, revealing the tampering, hence the name.
If the appointment went through, Barnard's resignation from the House of Representatives would trigger a by-election in his Tasmanian electorate of Bass.
If I went to a restaurant, I had to plan my entrances and my exits so I wouldn't be mobbed and hurt.
If people knew how many people, especially the very rich and powerful ones, went to psychics, their jaws would drop through the floor .” Ms. Rogers “ claims to have 4, 000 names in her rolodex .”
If, though, they went to a port silo, they were given the benefit of the doubt, as that grain was more than likely going overseas.
The local traders would not issue any more credit to the Santee and one trader, Andrew Myrick, went so far as to say, " If they're hungry, let them eat grass.
If the match ended in a tie, one final question was played with the star of one contestant's choosing ; if the contestant can agree or disagree correctly, he / she won the match, otherwise the match went to the opponent.
The follow-up single, " If I Was Your Girlfriend " charted poorly at No. 67 on the Hot 100, but went to No. 12 on R & B chart.
If a play-off resulted in a draw, then goal average from the group games would have been used to determine who went through to the next round.
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.
Spielberg answered that he did not intend the film to be a religious parable, joking, " If I ever went to my mother and said, ' Mom, I've made this movie that's a Christian parable ,' what do you think she'd say?
Irving claimed on the basis of what he called the index books that, " Because the experts can look at a tattoo and say ' Oh yes, 181, 219 that means you entered Auschwitz in March 1943 " and he warned Auschwitz survivors " If you want to go and have a tattoo put on your arm, as a lot of them do, I am afraid to say, and claim subsequently that you were in Auschwitz, you have to make sure a ) that it fits in with the month you said you went to Auschwitz and b ) it is not a number which anyone used before ".
Then this saying went forth among the brethren, that that disciple would not die ; yet Jesus had not said to him that he would not die ; but, If I will that he tarry till I come, what is that to thee?
If reconciliation succeeded, all parties considered the dispute to be honorably settled, and went home.
She put them in a bowl and carried this to the men's lodge, and presented it to Igaluk, saying " If you enjoy me so much, then eat these ," and ran away out the door, grabbing a torch as she went.
If the ball was moving backwards with regard to the recovering team, it is spotted where it went out of bounds.

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