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The discrepancy between what we commonly profess and what we practice or tolerate is great, and it does not escape the notice of others.
An analysis of the fiscal tax collection year calendars throughout the state indicates that transition may not be as painful as is commonly thought.
On the contrary, if this be an apocalyptic era as is commonly said, we see it as an era of opportunity.
Definition of the thighs at the uppermost part is quite commonly seen in most championship Olympic lifters which is easily understandable.
But there is every reason to regard deal as a monosyllable, and because of the fact that /l/ commonly has the quality of AAb/ when it follows vowel sounds, deal seems to be a perfectly satisfactory rhyme with deal.
The inventory of tones is much smaller, and commonly the contrasts range along one single dimension, pitch level.
the pottery of the first half of the eighth century is commonly called Ripe Geometric.
Since they commonly translate thoughts and feelings into deeds, hands naturally represent action, and since nearly half the characters in Great Expectations are of the underworld or closely allied to it, the linking of hands with crime or violence is not to be wondered at.
This test method is intended for determining the dimensional changes of woven or knitted fabrics, made of fibers other than wool, to be expected when the cloth is subjected to laundering procedures commonly used in the commercial laundry and the home.
The person using these tests must determine which combination of procedures is practical for any specific item in order to evaluate the dimensional changes of textile fabrics or garments after laundering procedures commonly used in the home or commercial laundry.
Here it is relevant to remember that men commonly regard some causes as more important than their lives ; ;
This is not to attempt to say what spirit is, but only to employ a commonly used word to designate or simply identify a common experience.
Can the church risk assuming that the `` folly '' of men is as dear to God as their `` wisdom '', or, as is also commonly implied, that `` the foolishness of God '' and `` the foolishness of men '' are simply two ways of talking about the same thing??
Instead -- and not just to prove my objectivity -- I hasten to report that it's a highly amusing film which probably does a fairly accurate job of reporting on the Easter vacation shenanigans of collegians down in Fort Lauderdale, and that it seems to come to grips quite honestly with the moral problem that most commonly vexes youngsters in this age group -- that is to say, sex.
Or ( more commonly, thinks Keys ) the deposits themselves get so big that they choke off the artery's flow to the point that an infarct occurs: the heart muscle is suffocated, cells supplied by the artery die, and the heart is permanently, perhaps fatally injured.
An appellate court, commonly called an appeals court or court of appeals ( American English ) or appeal court ( British English ), is any court of law that is empowered to hear an appeal of a trial court or other lower tribunal.
Charles ' recording is very commonly played at major sporting and entertainment events, such as the Super Bowl, and WrestleMania 2 ; Charles gave a live performance of the song prior to Super Bowl XXXV, the last Super Bowl played before the September 11 terrorist attacks, as well as during Game 2 of the 2001 World Series after the attacks.
An adapted abacus, invented by Tim Cranmer, called a Cranmer abacus is still commonly used by individuals who are blind.
A Modest Proposal for Preventing the Children of Poor People From Being a Burden on Their Parents or Country, and for Making Them Beneficial to the Publick, commonly referred to as A Modest Proposal, is a Juvenalian satirical essay written and published anonymously by Jonathan Swift in 1729.

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Accordingly, it is the aim of this essay to advance a new theory of imitation ( which I shall call mimesis in order to distinguish it from earlier theories of imitation ) and a new theory of invention ( which I shall call symbol for reasons to be stated hereafter ).
It is often stated that Copernican astronomy is ' simpler ' than Ptolemaic.
A letter of a few days later from Washington's aide to Morgan stated, `` His Excellency is highly pleased with your conduct upon this occasion ''.
On the other hand, the bright vision of the future has been directly stated in science fiction concerned with projecting ideal societies -- science fiction, of course, is related, if sometimes distantly, to that utopian literature optimistic about science, literature whose period of greatest vigor in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries produced Edward Bellamy's Looking Backward and H. G. Wells's A Modern Utopia.
Thus science is the savior of mankind, and in this respect Childhood's End only blueprints in greater detail the vision of the future which, though not always so directly stated, has nevertheless been present in the minds of most science-fiction writers.
) The stated goal of the CJS is the synthesis of jazz and `` serious '' music.
It is indeed true, as stated in the famous novel of our day, `` For Whom The Bell Tolls '', that `` no man is an island, entirely of itself ; ;
A recent study on radiation exposure by the AEC's division of biology and medicine stated: `` The question of the biological effect of ( radiation ) doses is not considered '' herein.
As I have repeatedly stated, this provision is much more restrictive than the general law, popularly known as the Buy American Act.
Any alteration of one of these factors is distortion, although we generally use that word only for effects so pronounced that they can be stated quantitatively on the basis of standard tests.
At the recent horse show convention in New York it was stated that this Intermediate Judging Class is meeting with great success and will be a great help to future judges in the horse world.
Ordinary politeness may have militated against this opinion being stated so badly but anyone with a wide acquaintance in both groups and who has sat through the many round tables, workshops or panel discussions -- whatever they are called -- on this subject will recognize that the final, boiled down crux of the matter is education.
It is often stated that the largest snakes require five years to attain maturity, but this apparently is an overestimation.
While the phonemes can be very easily stated, no one is likely to be satisfied with the statement until phonemic occurrences can be related in some way to morphemic units, i.e. until the morphophonemics is worked out, or at least far enough that it seems reasonable to expect success.
If a litigant chooses to enforce a Federal right in a State court, he cannot be heard to object if he is treated exactly as are plaintiffs who press like claims arising under State law with regard to the form in which the claim must be stated -- the particularity, for instance, with which a cause of action must be described.
This is stated to emphasize the necessity for an over-all concept of submarine defense, one which would provide positions of relative importance to ASW elements based on projected potentialities.
It is often stated that the submarine can be destroyed while building, at bases, in transit, and on station.
Similarly, the American Cancer Society ( ACS ), the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation, and the BBB have each stated lately that medical quackery is at a new high.
Here again laboratory approaches are being evolved, for it is recognized how `` elastic '' these readings can be, how they can apply to many people, and are often stated in general terms all too easily applied to any individual's own case.
In a similar vein, but writing from the opposite side, Thomas Taylor, a private in the 6th Alabama Volunteers, in a letter to his wife, stated: `` you know that my heart is with you but I never could have been satisfied to have staid at home when my country is invaded by a thievin foe, by a set of cowardly skunks whose motto is Booty.

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In Ó Duinnín's Irish dictionary ( 1904 ) it is referred to as Céadamh ( ain ) which it explains is short for Céad-shamh ( ain ) meaning " first ( of ) summer ".
He is believed to have been in this position since the death of Dáithí Ó Conaill, the first chief of staff, in 1991.
Mooney is a family name, which is probably predominantly derived from the Irish Ó Maonaigh.
It is the oldest school in Bray and its notable past pupils include the former President of Ireland, Cearbhall Ó Dálaigh.
It is the oldest school in Bray and its notable pupils will include President of Ireland Cearbhall Ó Dálaigh.
The 1975 IRA-British truce is often viewed as the event that began the challenge to the original Provisional Sinn Féin leadership, which was said to be Southern-based and dominated by southerners like Ó Brádaigh and Ó Conaill.
Their leader bore the ancient Irish title of " An Ó Máille " (" The O ' Malley ", or " The O ' Mealey "-as the name is also anglicised ).
County Donegal is famous for being the home of the once mighty Clann Dálaigh, whose most famous branch were the Clann Ó Domhnaill, better known in English as the O ' Donnell Clan.
In modern Irish Donegal has produced famous, and sometimes controversial, authors such as the brothers Séamus Ó Grianna and Seosamh Mac Grianna from The Rosses and the contemporary ( and controversial ) Irish-language poet Cathal Ó Searcaigh from Gortahork in Cloughaneely, and where he is known to locals as Gúrú na gCnoc (' the Guru of the Hills ').
D. McCarthy and D. Ó Cróinin propose that Gildas ' 44 years and one month is a reference to the 44th year of an 84-year Celtic Easter cycle used in Britain in Gildas ' day ; the cycle in question commenced in January, 438 AD, allowing them to date the battle to February, 482 AD.
It is worth nothing that Collins himself belonged to the Ó Coileáin family, who in medieval times had been princes of Uí Chonaill Gabra.
Emer is also referenced as part of Táin based imagery in Máirtín Ó Cadhain ' sThe Withering Branch.
The Gaelic-Irish surname Ó Nuadhain (( anglicised as Noon or Noone ) is believed to derive from the forename Nuadha.
It is distinct from Ó Nuanáin ( found in north County Cork and County Limerick ), which a corruption of Ó hIonmhaineáin ; both are now anglicised as Noonan.
In addition, it contained areas known as Trícha cét's, Túath and is the homeland of surnames such as Ó Conchobhair ( O ' Connor ), Mac Diarmada ( McDermott ), Ó Ceallaigh ( Kelly ), Ó Birn ( Beirne, Byrne, Burns ), Mac Donnchadha ( McDonough ) and Brennan ( Mac Branáin and Ó Branáin ).
* Gerard Ó Dochartaigh – Irish language activist for whom the local Gaelscoil ( Irish Language school ) is named.
Gaoth Dobhair in County Donegal is the largest Gaeltacht parish in Ireland, which is home to regional studios of RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta and world-class musicians, such as Proinsias Ó Maonaigh, Altan, Moya Brennan ( Máire Ní Bhraonáin ), Enya ( Eithne ), and Clannad, who were all raised with Irish as their first language.

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