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In one paragraph he wrote: " The laws of this country will of course, be introduced in South Wales, and there is one that I would wish to take place from the moment his Majesty's forces take possession of the country: That there can be no slavery in a free land, and consequently no slaves ", and he meant what he said.
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one and paragraph
However, by comparing the TV snatches, two different radio station re-runs, and the censored Los Angeles Times version, I found that the radio stations had edited out questions ( ABC removed the one regarding Laos ) or even a paragraph out of the middle of the President's answer.
In The John W. Campbell Letters, Campbell says, " The son-of-a-gun gets hold of you in the first paragraph, ties a knot around you, and keeps it tied in every paragraph thereafter — including the ultimate last one.
Here, the difference between the two notions of program mentioned in the last paragraph becomes clear ; one is easily recognized by some grammar, while the other requires arbitrary computation to recognize.
The Constitutional Council shall be consulted with regard to such measures. Parliament shall sit as of right. The National Assembly shall not be dissolved during the exercise of such emergency powers. After thirty days of the exercise of such emergency powers, the matter may be referred to the Constitutional Council by the President of the National Assembly, the President of the Senate, sixty Members of the National Assembly or sixty Senators, so as to decide if the conditions laid down in paragraph one still apply.
Such simplification has sometimes led to confusion if the character is not understood in the context of the sentence or paragraph as a whole, for it poses difficulty to the reader to know which particular word was referred to by the use of the one simple ideogram.
It was noted in one particular paragraph in the book Desecration, after hitting the " motherlode " as he called it, that Chang at one point attempted to mumble to his father that he was a " Believer " as he carried him into the room to receive his mark.
Whatever conflicts existed between the two men, Antony remained faithful to Caesar but it is worth mentioning that according to Plutarch ( paragraph 13 ) Trebonius, one of the conspirators, had ' sounded him unobtrusively and cautiously ... Antony had understood his drift ... but had given him no encouragement: at the same time he had not reported the conversation to Caesar '.
In that case, one speaks of non-parametric statistics as opposed to the parametric statistics described in the previous paragraph.
A variant of the defense in the previous paragraph is to have a double-layer of detection of the exploit ; both of which are kept secret but one is allowed to be " leaked ".
For example, " subsection ( c )( 3 )( B )( iv )" is not a subsection but a clause, namely clause ( iv ) of subparagraph ( B ) of paragraph ( 3 ) of subsection ( c ); if the identity of the subsection and paragraph were clear from the context, one would refer to the clause as " subparagraph ( B )( iv )".
Shakur devotes only one paragraph of her autobiography to her marriage, attributing its termination to disagreements related to gender roles.
A good example of the last type is the Fantasia a6 ( No 2 ) which begins with a sober imitative paragraph before progressively more fragmented textures ( working in a quotation from Greensleeves at one point ).
Hofstadter gives one example of translation trouble in the paragraph " Mr. Tortoise, Meet Madame Tortue ", saying translators " instantly ran headlong into the conflict between the feminine gender of the French noun tortue and the masculinity of my character, the Tortoise ".
“ Will be sentenced to death for treason any person who, with the intention of helping the hostile Power, or of causing harm to the German or allied troops, is guilty of one of the crimes of paragraph 90 of the German Penal Code .” The case referred to in the above-mentioned paragraph 90 consists of " Conducting soldiers to the enemy.
By the above paragraph, one can show that any constructible point can be obtained by such a sequence of extensions.
The pilcrow can be used as an indent for separate paragraphs or to designate a new paragraph in one long piece of copy, as Eric Gill did in his 1930s book, An Essay on Typography.
In legal writing, it is used whenever one must cite a specific paragraph within pleadings, law review articles, statutes, or other legal documents and materials.
In proofreading, it is used to indicate that one paragraph should be split into two or more separate paragraphs ; the pilcrow is inserted at the point at which a new paragraph should begin.
one and wrote
`` If you can conveniently let me have twenty dollars '', he wrote one friend in 1791 when he was Secretary of the Treasury.
While convalescing in his Virginia home he wrote a book recording his prison experiences and escape, entitled: They Shall Not Have Me Published originally in ( Helion's ) English by Dutton & Co. of New York, in 1943, the book was received by the press as a work of astonishing literary power and one of the most realistic accounts of World War 2, from the French side.
As a consequence of the tensions thus produced in his thoughts and feelings, he wrote on the one hand sketches of idealized hunting trips and on the other an anecdote of the village of Hardscrabble, Arkansas, where no one had ever seen a piano ; ;
The day passed eventfully enough, with a constant stream of visitors, some stopping only to say hello, others getting into serious conversations, such as one Andre Fuchs, a free-lance journalist from Strasbourg who wrote an article for the Nouvelle Alsatian in highly sympathetic terms.
No one, he wrote, took any corn of Greville's, for his bailiff of husbandry `` swore a greate oathe thatt who soe came to put hys hande into hys sackes for anye corne shuld leave hys hande behynde hym ''.
I wrote a few years ago that one of the cardinal rules of writing is that the reader should be able to get some idea of what the story is about.
This seems odd when one recalls that he wrote poetry longer than any other major English poet: `` Domicilium '' is dated `` between 1857 and 1860 '' ; ;
In lieu of the amanuensis to the blind or illiterate bard, one may conceive of a man who heard a vast store of oral poetry recited, and became intimately familiar with the established aids to poetizing, and himself wrote his own compositions or his edition of the compositions of the past.
Near the end of his service he wrote that when the war was over he was going to buy two pups, name one of them `` Fall-in '' and the other `` Close-up '', and then shoot them both, `` and that will be the end of Fall-in and Close-up ''.
If there had been, he would have found a loophole, because Arnold is one golfer who knows the code as thoroughly as the man who wrote the book.
Another candidate for one of the first scholars to carry out comparative ethnographic-type studies in person was the medieval Persian scholar Abū Rayhān Bīrūnī in the eleventh century, who wrote about the peoples, customs, and religions of the Indian subcontinent.
Polykleitos in his Canon wrote that beauty consists in the proportion not of the elements ( materials ), but of the parts, that is the interrelation of parts with one another and with the whole.
In the 1940s, Joan appeared on-stage in an Agatha Christie play, Appointment with Death, which was seen by Christie who wrote in a note to her, " I hope one day you will play my dear Miss Marple ".
In March 1823, Alcott wrote to his brother: " Peddling is a hard place to serve God, but a capital one to serve Mammon.
The Swiss Psychologist Carl Jung wrote a short Gnostic treatise in 1916 called The Seven Sermons to the Dead, which called Abraxas a God higher than the Christian God and Devil, that combines all opposites into one Being.
Wallace was a prolific author who wrote on both scientific and social issues ; his account of his adventures and observations during his explorations in Indonesia and Malaysia, The Malay Archipelago, was one of the most popular and influential journals of scientific exploration published during the 19th century.
Horace, who often wrote in imitation of Alcaeus, sketches in verse one of the Lesbian poet's favourite subjects-Lycus of the black hair and eyes ( C. 1. 32. 11-12: nigris oculis nigroque / crine decorum ).
Jarry and classmate Henri Morin wrote a play they called Les Polonais and performed it with marionettes in the home of one of their friends.