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It occurred to me that you might be interested in some thoughts which I expressed privately in recent years, in the hope of clearing up a certain confusion in the public mind about what foreign policy is all about and what it means, and of developing a certain compassion for those who are carrying such responsibilities inside Government.
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A few days before I saw your mention of what Texas Liberals were doing to promote `` Louis Capet '' ( The Week '', June 3 ), another analogy had occurred to me.
The suggestion that in saying something evil had occurred we were after all making no mistake, because we had never meant anyhow to say anything about the past suffering, seems to me merely frivolous.
It suddenly occurred to me that I did not particularly like acting, that I was at some sort of crossroads and would have to decide soon what I was going to do with my life.
Let Marcion then exhibit, as gifts of his god, some prophets, such as have not spoken by human sense, but with the Spirit of God, such as have both predicted things to come, and have made manifest the secrets of the heart ; let him produce a psalm, a vision, a prayer -- only let it be by the Spirit, in an ecstasy, that is, in a rapture, whenever an interpretation of tongues has occurred to him ; let him show to me also, that any woman of boastful tongue in his community has ever prophesied from amongst those specially holy sisters of his.
Lovecraft clearly states that his contact to numerous different people through letter-writing was one of the main factors in broadening his view of the world: " I found myself opened up to dozens of points of view which would otherwise never have occurred to me.
" The trigger for Guru Arjun's execution was his support for Jahangir's rebel son Khusrau Mirza, yet it is clear from Jahangir's own memoirs that he disliked Guru Arjun before then: " many times it occurred to me to put a stop to this vain affair or bring him into the assembly of the people of Islam.
God knows that the plan of striking the towers had not occurred to us, but the idea came to me when things went just too far with the American-Israeli alliance's oppression and atrocities against our people in Palestine and Lebanon.
When the Pearl Harbor attack occurred the studio reshot the ending to have John Payne reenlist in the Corps and march off with the Marines whilst his father implores him to ' Get a Jap for me '.
Edward Coles recounted that Jefferson told him in a conversation in August 1825 that he feared the popular enthusiasm for Jackson: " It has caused me to doubt more than anything that has occurred since our Revolution.
In a lecture delivered on 12 September 2006, Pope Benedict XVI quoted from a dialogue believed to have occurred in 1391 between Manuel II and a Persian scholar and recorded in a book by Manuel II ( Dialogue 7 of Twenty-six Dialogues with a Persian ) in which the Emperor stated: " Show me just what Muhammad brought that was new and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached.
" I knew not what it meant, then: I know not what it means, now ; but I wrote it down: and, sometime afterwards, the rest of the stanza occurred to me, that being its last line: and so by degrees, at odd moments during the next year or two, the rest of the poem pieced itself together, that being its last stanza.
During the Revolutionary War period, several notable events occurred in the city, including Patrick Henry's " Give me liberty or give me death " speech in 1775 at St. John's Church, and the passage of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom written by Thomas Jefferson.
" In several interviews he later reflected on the significance of the comedic line: " I thought it was amusing, but it never occurred to me that it was going to become a trademark.
The good honest silhouette maker H Müller had sung Leopoldl's praises to your brother, so he found out that the child is with me, which I'd never told him: so this was how the good idea occurred to him or perhaps his wife.
I was amazed to read that, for it never occurred to me that he was smitten with me, too, even though we did all those pictures together.
So I decided I needed a change of pace, and since I am a long-time mystery fan, it occurred to me that a medieval mystery might be fun to write.
I was present, I held my microphone, I put on my tape recorder as soon as I considered it was good, I took the sound that occurred front of me at the time I decided.
:... talking it over the next morning he told me that he had had many visions lately — he had seen the figure of himself which met him as he walked on the terrace and said to him — " How long do you mean to be content " — No very terrific words & certainly not prophetic of what has occurred.
Francis Barraud said: “ It is difficult to say how the idea came to me beyond that fact that it suddenly occurred to me that to have my dog listening to the phonograph, with an intelligent and rather puzzled expression, and call it “ His Master ’ s Voice ” would make an excellent subject.
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The legend is based on a claim made by Pseudo-Dionysius in a letter addressed to Polycarp: " What have you to say about the solar eclipse which occurred when the Savior was put on the cross?
Marbles was released in 2004 with a 2-CD version that is only available at Marillion's website – kind of a ' thank-you ' gesture to the over 18, 000 fans who pre-ordered it, and as even a further thanks to the fans, their names were credited in the sleeve notes ( this ' thank you ' to the fans also occurred with the previous album, Anoraknophobia ). Marillion in 2007, left to right: Steve Rothery, Steve Hogarth, Pete Trewavas ( front row ), Mark Kelly, Ian Mosley ( back row ) The band ’ s management organised the biggest promotional schedule since they had left EMI and Steve Hogarth secured interviews with prominent broadcasters on BBC Radio, including Matthew Wright, Bob Harris, Stuart Maconie, Simon Mayo and Mark Lawson.
A technical hitch occurred and there was a black-out, but Coleman could be heard calling out to the technician in the studio, " Trust you to make a balls of that.
The relationship of " the fill " context to the ditch " cut " context is " the fill " occurred later in the sequence, i. e., you have to dig a ditch first before you can back-fill it.
Tulving described episodic memory as a memory about a specific event that occurred at a particular time and place, for example what you got for your 10th birthday.
Any other particulars that you may wish to be informed of in reference to what has occurred, you can learn from the high priest of Yoshida .</ p >
If you fail to comply with your duty of disclosure and we would not have entered into the contract on any terms if the failure had not occurred, we may void the contract within three years of entering into it.
Bell: I told you that there was an event, a threatening terrible event occurred to my family, which I could not tell you about.
I did not mean that DeFreeze was black ; it had suddenly occurred to me that, in the photos taken during the bank robbery in which Patty Hearst participated, you could barely see DeFreeze's face.
The Governor asks: " During the fifty years you have been under British rule, has one act of oppression, one instance of arbitrary imprisonment, of violation of property, or of the rights of conscience ever occurred?
When combat occurred, which was often in these games, you switched to a full screen combat mode, in which player character icons could move about to cast spells or attack icons representing the enemies.
A further example occurred during the second test match between England and the West Indies at Trent Bridge in May 2012-during a discussion on the conflicting schedules of personal and professional life as a cricketer, Sir Vivian Richards revealed that he had cut short his honeymoon in order to play in a test match, prompting Agnew to ask, " Did you get any?
This dialogue occurred in the follow-up chat room interview: " Host Chris_MSNBC says: Did you come frequently read our comments in the BBS?
Although it seems obvious now that a doctor could not announce to an eight year old boy and his parents that " we have just discovered that you are ' really ' a girl, with female chromosomes, and ovaries and uterus inside, and we recommend that you change your sex to match your chromosomes and internal organs ," a few such events occurred around the world as doctors and parents tried to make use of new information.
The temporal relationship of " the fill " context to the ditch " cut " context is such that " the fill " occurred later in the sequence ; you have to dig a ditch before you can back-fill it.
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The experts are thus forced to hypothesize sequences of events that have never occurred, probably never will -- but possibly might.
After looking about a bit, Wilson discovered beyond Black Bottom, across the river and far removed from the white city, a considerable tract of land, and it occurred to him that the church and the better Negro homes might gradually be moved to this plot.
One might expect that in a poetic career of seventy-odd years, some changes in style and method would have occurred, some development taken place.
This might cause liquidity and pricing problems if it occurred across a number of funds or in one large highly-leveraged fund.
For example, if a journalist who worked for Company B learned about the takeover of Company A while performing his work duties, and bought stock in Company A, illegal insider trading might still have occurred.
Borno regained some of its former might in the succeeding decades, but another drought occurred in the 1790s, again weakening the state.
Hussey reported that when he suggested to Bouvard that the unusual motion of Uranus might be due to the gravitational influence of an undiscovered planet, Bouvard replied that the idea had occurred to him, and that he had corresponded with Peter Andreas Hansen, director of the Seeberg Observatory in Gotha, about the subject.
After the resolution of the foreign wars during 1791 – 93, the violence associated with the Reign of Terror increased significantly: only roughly of executions had occurred before November 1793 ( Brumaire, Year I ), thus signalling to many that the Reign of Terror might have had additional causes.
Common law legal system might have a statute, for example, limiting the time for prosecution of a debt or crimes designated as misdemeanors to two years after the offense occurred.
Several factors that occurred on that day and the previous days might have contributed to the disaster.
Selection for these traits by farmers might not have been deliberately intended, but simply have occurred because these traits made gathering the seeds easier ; nevertheless such ' incidental ' selection was an important part of crop domestication.
It might have been caused by the Minoan eruption of Thera which according to the Parian Chronicle occurred in 1627, or the Avellino eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
This increase in mortality, he postulated, was large enough to overwhelm any protective effect the presence of a gun might have by deterring or defending against burglaries or home invasions, which occurred much less frequently.
Without the Seven Years ' War to " unite " the two countries briefly, the marriage of Maria Antonia and the Dauphin Louis-Auguste might not have occurred.
If the case is the former, then when Wesley Crusher is sentenced to death, the violation of the Prime Directive had already occurred and the issue of rescuing him, while politically exacerbating matters, might not have been a violation of the Directive.
Semifactual thought experiments speculate on the extent to which things might have remained the same, despite there being a different past ; and asks the question Even though X happened instead of E, would Y have still occurred?
Before modern disaster management, when floods occurred, some of the population might initially die from drowning but then many more would suffer from the ensuing famine and spread of diseases.
According to John Iliffe, " Portuguese records of Angola from the 16th century show that a great famine occurred on average every seventy years ; accompanied by epidemic disease, it might kill one-third or one-half of the population, destroying the demographic growth of a generation and forcing colonists back into the river valleys.
Unlike the language of France in the 17th and 18th centuries, French in New France was fairly unified though unification might have occurred either before or after immigration ( see the Barbaud-Wittmann controversy on this issue ).
In the film's actor / director DVD commentary, Brian Helgeland, co-commentating with Paul Bettany, states that the film was intended to have occurred sometime in the 1370s during a six-month period in which Chaucer had apparently gone missing and show what he might have done during this time, which Helgeland says later on in the commentary inspired Chaucer to write his Canterbury Tales.
Henry Wansbrough writes: " Mark is highly, even shockingly, critical of the disciples ' lack of faith and understanding ; Matthew and Luke both weaken this criticism, in a way that might be expected to have occurred at a time when reverence for the first leaders of Christianity was increasing.
The line is sometimes blurred as historians may invent more detailed timelines as illustrations of their ideas about the types of changes that might have occurred.