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`` It wasn't necessarily all here in New York.
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For example, Hopper once told an interviewer that he was " fond of Early Sunday Morning ... but it wasn't necessarily Sunday.
The company confirmed that it was looking into the selling the Miramax label on February 9, 2010, with Bob Iger explaining, " We determined that continuing to invest in new Miramax movies wasn't necessarily a core strategy of ours ".
" So I wasn't the only one of my kind in the whole world, and we weren't necessarily weird or freaks or perverted ... the book ... even named some who believed in comradeship and being everything to each other.
Some historians speculate that Suleiman's final assault wasn't necessarily intended to take the city but to cause as much damage as possible and weaken it for a later attack, a tactic he had employed at Buda in 1526.
Unfortunately, the term paleolibertarian became confused because of its association with paleoconservative, so it came to mean some sort of socially conservative libertarian, which wasn't the point at all – though the attempted definition of libertarian as necessarily socially leftist is a problem too.
While always a friend of the police, Johnny wasn't necessarily a stickler for the strictest interpretation of the law.
If my character wasn't necessarily likable, I wanted him to be charismatic enough that you weren't going to have a dull time if you were with him.
Others argue, that there is never too much choice and that there is a difference between happiness and satisfaction: a person who tries to find more optimal decisions will often be dissatisfied, but not necessarily unhappy since his attempts at finding better choices did improve his lifestyle ( even if it wasn't the best decision he will continually try to incrementally improve the decisions he takes ).
While violence seemed to follow the Mormons wherever they went, it wasn't necessarily the Mormons ' doing, as Krakauer points out.
It wasn't necessarily about passing as a woman, but about looking outrageous, feeling fabulous, and getting attention.
We were young and competitive and didn't realize that it wasn't necessarily all about getting your way, but you learn that if you grow up.
For name-brand machine tool builders who made only high-quality tools, there wasn't necessarily any lack of quality in the base-model product for the " luxury model " to improve upon.
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He was awful angry because he'd thought Ma was going to do something big, something heroic even, especially for her I know him I know him we felt the same sometimes while Ma wasn't thinking about that at all, not anything like that.
She didn't mind working hard, not as if she figured to do anything wrong to live easy and soft -- all she wanted was a chance, where she wasn't marked as what she was.
if Mike had had a finger in it, he had gotten away with it -- and what happened to supreme bishops worried Jubal not at all as long as he wasn't bothered.
Even as late as 1912 it was normal in the West to assume that all art aims at beauty, and thus that anything that wasn't trying to be beautiful couldn't count as art.
The Alien Beast monster seen in the Plutonium Pak also appears a few times in the standard levels where it wasn't in the original PC version at all.
Adams once claimed that originality wasn't an urgent concern for him the way it was necessary for the minimalists, and compared his position to that of Gustav Mahler, J. S. Bach, and Johannes Brahms, who " were standing at the end of an era and were embracing all of the evolutions that occurred over the previous thirty to fifty years.
Black, along with old gold and white, has always been one of the team colors, but it wasn't the first choice of original majority owner John W. Mecom, Jr. His preference was for Mecom Blue, a medium shade which was used by all of his other investments.
I wasn't at all confident about handling a dramatic role, and every day he helped me in all kinds of little ways.
Jefferson wrote an ordinance banning slavery in all the nation's territories though it wasn't passed into law.
From 1972, when he felt he wasn't being appreciated, he would scream, " I've come all the way from Great Portland Street.
In his 2001 book, prosecutor and author Vincent Bugliosi criticized Boies ' abilities as a trial lawyer, arguing that Boies " wasn't forceful or eloquent at all in making his points " in Bush v. Gore.
However, the show wasn't all that satirical, merely making fun of things — such as war films — though even this was a step forward in comedy.
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The English lady wanted to pay tribute to Garibaldi and to Lauro Di Bosis, but she wasn't going to be here to do it.
I wasn't even supposed to talk for at least ten days, and here I was not only talking, but talking loudly.
Martha recalled their living situation: " My husband was an asbestos worker, you know, and we traveled around when there wasn't any work here in Dallas ... sometimes he would go and I would stay here.
Her family moved to the United States when she was three ; Lahiri considers herself an American, stating, " I wasn't born here, but I might as well have been.
LuPone received positive reviews, with Vincent Canby writing " Ms. LuPone really is vulnerable here in a way that wasn't anticipated: she's in the process of creating a role for which she isn't ideally suited, but she's working like a trouper to get it right.
In response to such criticisms, Caray said, " It wasn't the job that I had when I came here in the first place.
During his pre-game appearance he recounted how the show was done 2, 000 years earlier – " It wasn't this hippy-happy-dappy game you've got here ... the moment you walked out of your cave – Jeopardy!
Looking back on his creation in his declining years, Frederick Terman reflected, " When we set out to create a community of technical scholars in Silicon Valley, there wasn't much here and the rest of the world looked awfully big.
The magazine quoted a source who lamented Turn-Ons lack of a regular host or interlocutor: "( T ) here wasn't any sort of identification with the audience -- just a bunch of strangers up there insulting everything you believe in.
Davies told the crowd, " I wouldn't be here today if it wasn't for him ", and was visibly close to tears as he sang the opening line to Days.
The second part of the song is composed of the two characters speaking on how Jim died, also explaining the title of the track: " We did everything we could do for you, Jim / But your fever just wouldn't go down / So we put you in a wagon, Jim / and this mornin ' we got you back to town / But when we got here, you were gone, Jim / and there wasn't anything anybody could do / They dressed you up in a fancy suit and a neck tie / So today, we wore one for you ".
It wasn't until the early 1600s that the school could again re-open in the city, though the Jesuits kept a low profile existence in lodgings here and there.
The album wasn't a big release, but that took the pressure off, so there ’ s a lot of wild creative stuff here.
It is all here in this package called " The triptych ", this really came as a surprise to me since I wasn't too impressed with Demon Hunter's previous album " Summer of darkness ".