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If and we
If we let them go, they won't stay away, they'll find men to ride with them and they'll be back.
If we was both armed, you wouldn't talk so tough ''.
If we have to we'll take him apart and see what he's made of ''!!
If we look at recent art we find it preoccupied with form.
If we were creating a wholly new society, we could insist that our social, political, economic and philosophic institutions foster rather than hamper man ; ;
If we want respect from ourselves or others, we will have to earn it.
If we cannot stop warfare in our own economic system, how can we expect to abolish it internationally??
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 many of the characters in contemporary novels appear to be the bloodless relations of characters in a case history it is because the novelist is often forgetful today that those things that we call character manifest themselves in surface behavior, that the ego is still the executive agency of personality, and that all we know of personality must be discerned through the ego.
If our sincerity is granted, and it is granted, the discrepancy can only be explained by the fact that we have come to believe hearsay and legend about ourselves in preference to an understanding gained by earnest self-examination.
If you had screamed right there in the street where we stood, I could not have felt more fear.
If to be innocent is to be helpless, then I had been -- as are we all -- helpless at the start.
If art is to release us from these postulated things ( things we must think symbolically about ) and bring us back to the ineffable beauty and richness of the aesthetic component of reality in its immediacy, it must sever its connection with these common sense entities ''.
If he's going to the St. Louis convention as a delegate we ought to know it.
If we are to believe the list of titles printed in Malraux's latest book, La Metamorphose Des Dieux, Vol. 1 ( ( 1957 ), he is still engaged in writing a large novel under his original title.
If we break the minister to our bit, we are buying back our own sins.

If and grasp
If we grasp this orientation as a key, our national conduct in all of the events here mentioned becomes intelligible.
If we understand the names, we should understand the information they carry, namely the identity of their bearers, and if we grasp their identity, we should understand automatically whether the statement is true or false.
( If he bent to drink the water, it drained below the level he could reach, and if he reached for the fruit, the branches moved out of his grasp.
If, Dummett argued, the core of a theory that is going to do duty for a theory of a meaning is supposed to represent a speaker's understanding, then that understanding must be something of which a speaker can manifest a grasp.
If Westmoreland had a grasp of the potential for danger, he did not communicate it very well to others.
If one relates identity to actions and phenomena, identity becomes even harder to grasp.
If I suspend judgement when I don't clearly and distinctly grasp what is true, I obviously do right and am not deceived.
As Vladimir Tismăneanu says, " If one does not grasp the role of political thugs such as the Soviet spies
If the West is too stupid and blind to grasp this, then I shall be compelled to come to an agreement with the Russians, beat the West and then after their defeat turn against the Soviet Union with all my forces.
If we grasp Being, we will clarify the meaning of being, or " sense " of being (" Sinn des Seins "), where by " sense " Heidegger means that " in terms of which something becomes intelligible as something.
If not, employers are required to adopt a francization programme, which includes having employees, especially ones in managerial positions, who do not speak French or whose grasp of French is weak attend French-language training.
" If we grasp our lives not objectively from without but subjectively from within, we are not moving from life to death but are in the midst of this process of living-dying.
" If they are to offer neurophysiologically sound approaches, clinicians must consider how the central nervous system creates the commands that drive and guide the hand to reach into space and grasp an object or the legs to take steps on flat or uneven ground.
If he felt at all consciously influenced by any predecessors, it was perhaps by such old Dutch Masters as Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, whose solid constructivism certainly contributed to his own highly developed grasp of form.
If people want to grasp the essence of things, instead of explaining and analyzing them they have to learn to describe and understand them.
If two stones were set near one another in some place in the world outside the sphere of influence of a third kindred body, these stones, like two magnetic bodies, would come together in an intermediate place, each approaching the other by a space proportional to the bulk of the other .... For it follows that if the moon's power of attraction will be much more likely to extend to the moon and far beyone, and accordingly, that nothing that consists to any extent whatever of terrestrial material, carried up on high, ever escapes the grasp of this mighty power of attraction .”

If and opportunity
If the first team misses twice, the other team is awarded the opportunity to place the jack anywhere they choose within the prescribed zone.
If there were no opportunity to increase pleasure or reduce pain, they would become inert.
If that judgment goes to appeal, the appellate court will have the opportunity to review both the precedent and the case under appeal, perhaps overruling the previous case law by setting a new precedent of higher authority.
If all players call the big blind, the big blind is then given an extra opportunity to raise.
If Berlin needed to re-establish itself on the world stage, then Potsdamer Platz was one of the key areas where the city had an opportunity to express itself.
If the set goes to a tie-break, players are given one additional opportunity to challenge the call.
If no party has an absolute majority, the leader of the largest party is given the first opportunity to form a coalition.
If they were given the opportunity, the Protestants would get an official answer to their grievance by the next Friday ( seeing as this was all taking place on the eve of Ascension Day and they all must observe the holy day ).
If there is opportunity for exceptional success or failure, it's called a " Stress " roll.
If an individual records one program while watching the other, the opportunity cost will be the time that the individual spends watching one program versus the other.
If the workers on a farm can produce either one million pounds of wheat or two million pounds of barley, then the opportunity cost of producing one pound of wheat is the two pounds of barley forgone ( assuming the production possibilities frontier is linear ).
If the federal government believed that the railroads were making too much profit, they might see this as an opportunity to force lowering of the railway tariff rates.
If any changes were made to the proposal during the APNIC meeting, this eight-week comment period gives the community the opportunity to comment on the modified proposal.
If the non-dealing player passes the upcard, the dealer is given the opportunity to take the upcard.
If a target of opportunity presents itself, even a target above the waist, one could take advantage of the situation without feeling hampered by this principle.
If his body casts a shadow over the pitch the shadow must not move until after the batsman has played ( or had the opportunity to play ) at the ball.
If all players pass on their opportunity to draw, there is one more round of betting, followed by a poker-style showdown.
In this paper Khayyám mentions his will to prepare a paper giving full solution to cubic equations: " If the opportunity arises and I can succeed, I shall give all these fourteen forms with all their branches and cases, and how to distinguish whatever is possible or impossible so that a paper, containing elements which are greatly useful in this art will be prepared.
If no one orders up the top card, each player is given the opportunity, in turn, to call a different suit as trump.
If enough registered voters sign the petition, the Speaker of the legislature announces before the House that the member has been recalled and a by-election follows as soon as possible, giving voters the opportunity to replace the politician in question.
Vélez once said: " If I had the opportunity to do so, I would have drawn her eyes Marlene Dietrich out ".
Baen had little opportunity to work with If, however, as financial problems at UPD combined with the increasing cost of paper ( a consequence of the rising price of oil ) led to a decision to combine If with Galaxy.
" If a business opportunity promises no risk, little effort, and big profits, it almost certainly is a scam.

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