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If the detective insists upon retaining his personal standards, he must now do so in conscious defiance of his society.
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If and detective
In Philip Kerr's mystery novel, " If the Dead Rise Not " ( Penguin, 2009 ), set in 1934 early Nazi Germany, the hard-bitten detective hero, Bernhard Gunther falls in love with an American Jewish writer, Noreen Charalambides, ( who has an alcoholic but loving husband, Nick ).
If you desire to have a Castle detective employed about the United Irishman office in Trinity Street I shall make no objection, provided the man be sober and honest.
If Tommy wouldn't listen to him, Jimmy said, he would put himself between Tommy and the detective to defuse the situation and make sure no harm came to the detective.
Though Roberts claims to take a distance from studies of canonical fiction, he justifies his ( implicit ) decision to impose canonical models on popular fiction as follows: " If people who read Goethe and Alessandro Manzoni and Pushkin with pleasure are also reading detective fiction with pleasure, there is more in the detective story than its critics have recognized, perhaps more than even its writers and readers have recognized ", This illustrates a frequent strategy: the legitimation of popular fiction on the basis of its use of canonized literary fiction, and of the legitimized public's response to it.
Former FBI profiler, behavioral science expert and MSNBC analyst Clint Van Zandt challenges statements about psychics helping law enforcement arguing, " If psychics were truly successful and if their results were not simply the consequence of trickery ( at worse ) or good interviewing skills ( at best ), then why don't law enforcement agencies have psychic detective squads, a real X-Files Unit, or other ways to integrate these paranormal investigative capabilities?
* If the protagonist calls specific numbers on the phone-in the detective agency or in Ryoko's house-the player can receive special messages.
If and insists
* September 15, 1994 If the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms insists upon a firefight, give them a firefight.
If he is unable to take her to a school dance, he usually insists that one of them take her instead.
Lloyd-Webber insists that her rendition of " As If We Never Said Goodbye " is one of the best interpretations of a song by him.
* If any player retires during a match when the opponent insists on continuing, he / she automatically loses all his / her goals scored during the game, while the opponent may add an extra five goals to his / her score.
*" If you're the kind of person who insists on this or that ' correct ' use ... abandon your pedantry as I did mine.
" If we take feminism to be that cast of mind that insists that the differences and inequalities between the sexes are the result of historical processes and are not blindly " natural ," we can understand why feminist history has always had a dual mission — on the one hand to recover the lives, experiences, and mentalities of women from the condescension and obscurity in which they have been so unnaturally placed, and on the other to reexamine and rewrite the entire historical narrative to reveal the construction and workings of gender.
If two chambers cannot reach a compromise, or the Duma insists on passing the bill as is, the veto of the Federation Council can be overridden, if two thirds of the Duma's constitutional composition vote in favor of the bill.
If and upon
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 a wedge-shaped coating of increasing thickness is removed from a substrate by an instrument like the Hesiometer with a knife of constant rake angle, a number of removal mechanisms are often observed which depend upon the thickness of the coating.
If laborers are merely commodities competing against each other in a market place like so many bags of wheat and corn ( unsupported, by the way, by any agricultural subsidy ), then they may be pardoned for reacting with complete antagonism to a system that imposes such status upon them.
If one asks about this play, what it is that comes upon this community and works within it with such terrible power, there is no better answer to give than `` spirit ''.
If the demands of these two sovereigns upon his duty of allegiance come into conflict, those of the United States have the paramount authority in American law ; likewise, those of the foreign land have paramount authority in their legal system.
If the above errors be eliminated, the two astigmatic surfaces united, and a sharp image obtained with a wide aperture — there remains the necessity to correct the curvature of the image surface, especially when the image is to be received upon a plane surface, e. g. in photography.
If the author wished, he could apply for a second 14 ‑ year monopoly grant, but after that the work entered the public domain, so it could be used and built upon by others.
If Greek citizenship was an " emancipation from the world of things ", the Roman sense increasingly reflected the fact that citizens could act upon material things as well as other citizens, in the sense of buying or selling property, possessions, titles, goods.
If students believe that concepts are being forced upon them, they might become uncomfortable and fearful.
If he didn't meet Pitman, Severin points out that Defoe, upon submitting even a draft of a novel about a castaway to his publisher, would undoubtedly have learned about Pitman's book published by his father, especially since the interesting castaway had previously lodged with them at their former premises.
If such an extraordinary event had actually taken place ... could the king have withstood the attitude of the native nobles, who would hardly have looked upon such an occurrence without offering armed resistance to their feeble and capricious sovereign?
If called upon, the neighbouring amoeba midwife travels up to 200 μm towards the dividing amoeba, usually advancing in a straight trajectory with an average velocity of about 0. 5 μm / s.
If any player interferes with an eligible receiver's ability to catch the ball it is pass interference which draws a penalty of varying degree ( largely depending upon the particular league's rules ).
* If the franchisee has paid a deposit to the franchisor, it must be refunded on termination of the franchise agreement ; upon termination, the franchisee is prohibited from continuing to use the franchisor's marks.
If the diffusion coefficient is not a constant, but depends upon the coordinate and / or concentration, Fick's Second Law yields
* Prat ukhlal, a particularity and a generality: If the order is first the particularity and then the generality, we add from the generality upon the particularity, even to a broad extent.
If Alice knows the true distribution p ( x ), while Bob believes ( has a prior ) that the distribution is q ( x ), then Bob will be more surprised than Alice, on average, upon seeing the value of X.
If addressed, it may be through diplomacy and the consequences upon an offending state's reputation, submission to international judicial determination, arbitration, sanctions or force including war.
If the British failed to meet the deadline, the Congress would call upon all Indians to fight for complete independence.
Wimsey does not object, but Bunter strongly does: " If I may state my own preference, sir, it would be to wait upon you and his lordship in the usual manner ".
If, therefore, the legislature pass any laws, inconsistent with the sense the judges put upon the constitution, they will declare it void.
If Orderic Vitalis is to be relied upon, one of Malcolm's earliest actions as King may have been to travel south to the court of Edward the Confessor in 1059 to arrange a marriage with Edward's kinswoman Margaret, who had arrived in England two years before from Hungary.
If and retaining
In an interview in 2000, Hogarth expressed regret about the band retaining their name after he joined: " If we had known when I joined Marillion what we know now, we'd have changed the name and been a new band.
If a show runs for a particularly long time then the LD may come in periodically to check the focus of each lighting instrument and if they are retaining their color ( some gel, especially saturated gel, loses its richness and can fade or ' burn out ' over time ).
Ebert favoured retaining the monarchy under a different ruler (" If the Kaiser does not abdicate, the social revolution is inevitable.
If not resolved, the company warned in its 2008 annual report that the situation might require a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing, with Six Flags already retaining counsel should that occur.
If saturated steam is reduced in temperature ( whilst retaining its pressure ) it will condense to produce water droplets, even if it is still considerably above the boiling point of 100 ° C at standard pressure.
If this ending is reached, all the other characters are somehow ( and unexplainedly ) released from prison and pursue their own lives, often retaining earlier romantic relationships ( e. g., Io stays with Jose, and Evan and Lusca apparently get back together ).
If the two groups are split, the common name Rufous-flanked Thrush has been suggested for T. albicollis, with T. phaeopygos retaining the common name White-necked Thrush or being renamed Grey-flanked Thrush.
:( a ) If a law requires that a record be retained, the requirement is satisfied by retaining an electronic record of the information in the record which:
Although the couple were divorced in 1925 ( with Karen retaining the coffee plantation that had been financed by her parents ), shortly before her death she was quoted as saying, " If I could wish anything back of my life, it would be to go on safari once again with Bror ..."