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In truth, a few songs sounded like solo efforts, while Lodge's " Survival ", Hayward's appropriate closing " The Day We Meet Again " and Pinder's lone final contribution and lead vocal, " One Step Into The Light " ( curiously as the band is depicted as doing so on the cover photo – where Pinder is perhaps significantly barely glimpsed at all and almost out of focus ) were all high points on the album.
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UGO. com listed the ability to kill the dog as one of the best video game urban legends, stating that it is one of the few video game urban legends based in actual truth, since players could shoot the dog in the arcade Vs.
It is not common to believe in the detailed accuracy of the historical narrative and historians tend to see little to no historical truth behind the first few sagas, however, they are still seen by many as a valuable source of knowledge about the society and politics of medieval Norway.
One of the few positive aspects was his friendship with Pamela Tiffin, to whom he gave acting guidance, including the secret that he had learned over his career: " You walk in, plant yourself squarely on both feet, look the other fella in the eye, and tell the truth.
Reeve also writes that while Israeli officials have stated Operation Wrath of God was intended to exact vengeance for the families of the athletes killed in Munich, “ few relatives wanted such a violent reckoning with the Palestinians .” Reeve states the families were instead desperate to know the truth of the events surrounding the Munich massacre.
Until the 19th century, few doubted the truth of the postulate ; instead debate centered over whether it was necessary as an axiom, or whether it was a theory that could be derived from the other axioms.
It was a flash of psychological insight into the conditions under which a mind most readily accumulates knowledge [...] For a few years he supposed himself to be convinced of the truth of " the Bible " as a whole, and even intended to take orders as a clergyman of the English Church.
The second knowledge of truth is philosophy, which was reserved for an elite few who had the intellectual capacity to undertake its study.
I may say with truth, that in few countries so much is left to the share of the laborer, and so little exacted from him, or where there is more kind attention paid to him in sickness or infirmities of age.
Now that the truth is known, I have taken the trouble to add a few more details in this present chapter.
John Doherty, a player who had left United only a few months earlier, was less restrained, saying that " he only reason anyone would want to make a film like this is to make money " and that " while there may be a slight hint of truth in the film, it will be mainly untruths ...
The Court noted that while content-based regulations are presumptively invalid, society has permitted restrictions upon the content of speech in a few limited areas, which are " of such slight social value as a step to truth that any benefit that may be derived from them is clearly outweighed by the social interest in order and morality.
For example, a careful researcher might study a hundred books, each of which contains a few errors, and after carefully judging the statements in these books might deduce the complete, error-free truth.
The opinion proposed by a few theologians ( Hirscher, Schell ), that for certain classes of men there may still be a possibility of conversion after death, is contrary to the revealed truth that the particular judgment ( judicium particulare ) determines instantly and definitively whether the future is to be one of eternal happiness or of eternal misery ( cf.
Modern historians, however, state that the truth of the matter is this: There are indeed numerous ancient records of Mongol raids and occupations of Jerusalem ( from Western, Armenian, or Arab sources ), and in 1300 the Mongols did achieve a brief victory in Syria which caused a Muslim retreat, and allowed the Mongols to launch raids into the Levant as far as Gaza for a period of a few months.
The two reach Lizzie in time to warn her and they convince her of the truth, with Isabella reminding her that she's only known Paolo for a few days, but has known Gordo her whole life and thus the latter is less likely to be lying.
However, according to Lance Hill, author of The Deacons for Defense: Armed Resistance and the Civil Rights Movement: “ the hard truth is that these organizations produced few victories in their local projects in the Deep South — if success is measured by the ability to force changes in local government policy and create self-governing and sustainable local organizations that could survive when the national organizations departed ....
Schenker himself was certain that a tonal masterpiece contains an inner truth – content, although few are sufficiently gifted to appreciate it.
A few years after his death – 15 by one estimate – for the most part in England, small reading groups formed to study the truth they saw in his teachings.
Although his biographer son largely discounted Laing's account of his childhood, an obituary by an acquaintance of Laing asserted that about his parent – " the full truth he told only to a few close friends ".
A few days after the libel case collapsed, World In Action broadcast a special edition, which echoed Aitken's " sword of truth " speech.
Jesus then remained on earth after his resurrection eighteen months, at first himself not understanding the whole truth, but enlightened by a revelation subsequently made him, which he taught to a chosen few of his disciples, and then was taken up to heaven.
" that Baťa ( as a prototypical capitalist symbol ) would go bankrupt in few years, he could not have been further from truth.
Salil Tripathi, a former regional economics correspondent for the magazine, reminisces, “ FEER was special because it stared back at Asia ’ s businesses and politicians at a time when few journalists in the region could speak truth to power.
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Initially all troubadour verses were called simply vers, yet this soon came to be reserved for only love songs and was later replaced by canso, though the term lived on as an antique expression for the troubadours ' early works and was even employed with a more technically meaning by the last generation of troubadours ( mid-14th century ), when it was thought to derive from the Latin word verus ( truth ) and was thus used to describe moralising or didactic pieces.
Most Soviet veterans would say that Vysotsky's war songs described the truth of war far more accurately than more official " patriotic " songs.
In 2008, McGuire teamed up with former member of The Byrds, John York, for a live tour called " Trippin ' the ' 60s ", which McGuire describes as "... taking the songs and the truth that was in those songs from the 1960s and bringing them into the present moment ... It's not a cover pack, it's us singing songs that we sung with a lot of our friends that aren't around anymore to sing them.
McCartney said of Pickard's Fuckwind: " This collection of poems and songs soars over the fells, screetching truth, sex, humour, anger and love.
Allan Cunningham, who forms only a humble estimate of his genius, remarks that his songs " have much softness and truth, an insinuating grace of manners, and a decorum of expression, with no small skill in the dramatic management of the stories.
The songs reflect the truth and that sometimes makes the song a bit hard to digest, but they are totally entertaining.
" Free " has found sounds, stories, and songs about a well-known convenience store, torture, the quality of urban life, Cadillacs, firearms, the bible, interstate trucking, geriatric discomfort, big dogs, bicycle safety, alcohol consumption, driving in circles, death, organ buttons, religious dialectics, and the truth about our National Anthem.
In the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, he was sometimes recorded on 200 songs a week, as aids in church worship in spirit and truth series.
For the recording of the third studio album, the band went to Sweden where, produced by Tihomir " Tini " Varga, the band recorded Sva čuda svijeta ( All the wonders of the world ), featuring the hit songs " Kada budu gorijeli gradovi " (" When the cities would burn "), " Istina piše na zidu " (" The truth is written on the wall "), " Mi nismo sami " (" We are not alone "), " Boje su u nama " (" The colors are inside us "), and the title track.
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Even to herself Helva sounded a little self-pitying but the truth was she was lonely, sitting on the darkened field.
the Standard of Truth has been erected ; no unhallowed hand can stop the work from progressing ; persecutions may rage, mobs may combine, armies may assemble, calumny may defame, but the truth of God will go forth boldly, nobly, and independent, till it has penetrated every continent, visited every clime, swept every country, and sounded in every ear, till the purposes of God shall be accomplished, and the Great Jehovah shall say the work is done .” ( History of the Church 4: 540 )
In some cases the original meanings of these minced oaths were forgotten ; < nowiki >' struth </ nowiki > ( By God's truth ) came to be spelled < nowiki > strewth </ nowiki > and zounds changed pronunciation ( with the vowel as in " found ") so that it no longer sounded like By God's wounds.
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She soared over the new pastor like an avenging angel lest he stray from the path and not know all the truth and gossip of which she was chief repository.
`` We'll take the truth to the people, and the people will like the truth and elect their candidate and party in November ''.
And Grandma isn't strong enough to take on something like that, and to tell you the truth neither am I ''.
The 2003 discovery of the fossil remains of Homo floresiensis was cited by paleontologist Henry Gee, editor of the journal Nature as possible evidence that humanoid cryptids like the Orang Pendek and yeti were " founded on grains of truth ".
In a 1985 interview on Yorkshire Television's Arthur C. Clarke's World of Strange Powers, Elsie said that she and Frances were too embarrassed to admit the truth after fooling Conan Doyle, the author of Sherlock Holmes: " Two village kids and a brilliant man like Conan Doyle – well, we could only keep quiet.
Some regard it as an ultimate truth, or as the fount of all things which lies beyond the " three realms " ( Sanskrit: tridhatu ) and the " wheel of becoming " ( Sanskrit: bhavacakra ), somewhat like the pagan Greek and Christian logos: this is known as Dharmakaya ( Sanskrit ).
The argument clearly depends on the assumption that if " good " were definable, it would be an analytic truth about " good ," an assumption many contemporary moral realists like Richard Boyd and Peter Railton reject.
" What I do like about him is he seems to be a guy who's interested in the truth ," Connick Jr. says of Haden.
Like any conspiracy theory, it contains several grains of truth ; and like any such theory, it is both irrational and insidious.
A person who speaks truth becomes trustworthy like a mother, venerable like a preceptor and dear to everyone like a kinsman.
Justin had, like others, the idea that the Greek philosophers had derived, if not borrowed, the most essential elements of truth found in their teaching from the Old Testament.
However, it is most like the English inclusive " or ", which can be used to express the truth of at least one of two propositions.
It is not like the English exclusive " or ", which expresses the truth of exactly one of two propositions.
The Tractatus also adhered to a correspondence theory of truth which the positivists adopted, although some, like Otto Neurath, preferred a form of coherentism.
There is a tradition that Squanto showed the Pilgrims in New England how to put fish in fields to act like a fertilizer, but the truth of this story is debated.
Some, like procreation, are common to other animals, while others, like the pursuit of truth, are inclinations peculiar to the capacities of human beings.
With Askin's death, investigative journalists were freed from the threat of legal action under Australia's punitive defamation laws — unlike the United States, Australia has no constitutional guarantee of freedom of speech and there is no precedent like that in US law that makes truth an absolute defence.
There also have more recently arisen " deflationary " or " minimalist " theories of truth based on the idea that the application of a term like true to a statement does not assert anything significant about it, for instance, anything about its nature, but that the label truth is a tool of discourse used to express agreement, to emphasize claims, or to form certain types of generalizations.
Marx, like many critical theorists who followed, did not reject the existence of objective truth but rather distinguished between true knowledge and knowledge that has been distorted through power or ideology.
Although Peirce uses words like concordance and correspondence to describe one aspect of the pragmatic sign relation, he is also quite explicit in saying that definitions of truth based on mere correspondence are no more than nominal definitions, which he accords a lower status than real definitions.