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More often than not I have found easy excuse to leave my own work and stand at a respectable distance where I could watch this man transform raw nature into a composed, not imitative, painting.
from Brown Corpus
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More often than not, as the Old Grad wanders along the old paths, his memory of happy days when he strolled one of the paths with a coed beside him becomes an ache and a pain.
More often, though, he is so accustomed to submitting to authority on the job without argument that he lives by the same rule at home.
More traditional adobe roofs were often flatter than the familiar steeped roof as the native climate yielded more sun and heat than mass amounts of snow or rain that would find use in precipitous roofs.
More precisely, Ural – Altaic came to subgroup Finno-Ugric and Samoyedic as " Uralic " and Turkic, Mongolic, and Tungusic as " Altaic ", with Korean sometimes added to Altaic, and less often Japanese.
More efficient amplifiers run cooler, and often do not need any cooling fans even in multi-kilowatt designs.
More often than not, a second light will be mounted to the helmet for quick transition if the primary fails.
More complex transformations of object properties such as size, shape, lighting effects often require calculations and computer rendering instead of simple re-drawing or duplication.
More recent generations have witnessed also a growing number of non-denominational churches, which are most often congregationalist in their governance.
More often than not a cross-examiner will also attempt to undermine the credibility of a witness if he will not be perceived to be a bully ( such as discrediting a very elderly person or young child ).
More recent stories ( post-Crisis ) often feature the general public assuming that Superman has no secret identity due to the fact that he, unlike most heroes, doesn't wear a mask.
More recently evolved are breakdancing and other forms of street dance, often associated with hip hop culture.
More often, however, debate of digital education reform centers around more general applications of computers to education, such as electronic test-taking and online classes.
More often, however, there is an ecological distribution of Symbiodinium, the symbionts switching between hosts with apparent ease.
More often, however, players use the fourth valve in place of the first and third valve combination, which is somewhat sharp ( compensated for on trumpets and cornets and some three-valve flugelhorns by a slide for the first or third valve ).
More recently, however, different classes of spontaneous magnetization have been identified when there is more than one magnetic ion per primitive cell of the material, leading to a stricter definition of " ferromagnetism " that is often used to distinguish it from ferrimagnetism.
More than literal adaptations, the plays address violence, death, crime and fear in contemporary contexts, while revisiting many trope of the original Grand Guignol corpus, often with humor.
More often, measurement of certain hormones and metabolites at the time of hypoglycemia indicates which organs and body systems are responding appropriately and which are functioning abnormally.
More recently, psychoanalytic critics have examined Hamlet's unconscious desires, and feminist critics have re-evaluated and rehabilitated the often maligned characters of Ophelia and Gertrude.
More generally, people often build houses out of the nearest available material, and often tradition and / or culture govern construction-materials, so whole towns, areas, counties or even states / countries may be built out of one main type of material.
More often, an electoral suite or embassy was sent to cast the vote ; the credentials of such representatives were verified by the Archbishop of Mainz, who presided over the ceremony.
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More potent a charm to bring back that time of life than this record of a few pictures and a few remembered facts would be a catalogue of the minutiae which are of the very stuff of the mind, intrinsic, because they were known in the beginning not by the eye alone but by the hand that held them.
More temperately than in the study of Grey and despite his Liberal bias, Trevelyan vividly sketches the England of pre-French Revolution days, portrays the stresses and strains of the revolutionary period in rich colors, and brings developments leading to the Reform Bill into sharp and clear focus.
More than twenty-four hundred years old, bruised, battered, worn and partially destroyed, combining to an astounding degree solidity and grace, it still stands, incomparable testimony to man's aspiration.
More important is the simple human point that all men suffer, and that it is a kind of anthropological-religious pride on the part of the Jew to believe that his suffering is more poignant than mine or anyone else's.
More industrial acreage lies vacant in St. Clair county than in any other jurisdiction in the St. Louis area.
More importantly, several of the more advanced of the less developed countries have found through experience that they must plan their own complex investment programs for at least 5 years forward and tentatively for considerably more than that if they are to be sure that the various interdependent activities involved are all to take place in the proper sequence.
More than that, Sam Rayburn is the very living symbol of an iron-clad integrity so powerful in his nature and so constantly demonstrated that he can count some of his best friends in the opposition.
More than 25 carefully selected cities were visited, including New York, Brooklyn, Long Island City, Newark, Elizabeth, Stamford, Waterbury, New Haven, Bridgeport, Boston, Cambridge, Worcester, and Waltham.
More than once I was confronted by professional gamblers, `` bookies '', loan `` sharks '', gangsters, `` thugs '' and `` finger men '' -- people of a class I did not even know existed -- to repay my husband's staggering losses, `` or else '' I shuddered to think that someone so dear to me could even associate with such a sinister milieu.
More than anything, it is the therapist's intuitive sensing of these latent meanings in the stereotype which helps these meanings to become revealed, something like a spread-out deck of cards, on sporadic occasions over the passage of the patient's and his months of work together.
More time was spent in trying to marry these incompatibles than over any subject discussed at Yalta.
More than half of the sorghum and barley seeds we produce and most of the byproducts of the milling of cereals and the crushing of oilseeds are fed to livestock.
More than 200 million tons of seeds and seed products are fed to livestock annually in the United States.
More than 11 thousand business establishments in the United States were based on cereals and oilseeds in 1954.
More than creatures of metropolitan forces, the churches have taken the lead in counteracting the interdependence of metropolitan life, crystallizing and perpetuating the stratification of peoples, giving form to the struggle for social homogeneity in a world of heterogeneous peoples.