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:" No ," said his military friend, " my colonel does not live here — but my comrade does, and he's worth two of the colonel, so by God, doctor, if you don't do your best for him, it will be the worst for you!
:" No, I liv'd wi ' my uncle that died
:" No sure ; was it?
:" No, never!
:" Case 13 – December 18, 4 p. m., at No. 18 I Ho Lu, Japanese soldiers wanted a man's cigarette case and when he hesitated, one of the soldier crashed in the side of his head with a bayonet.
:" No person shall be registered as an elector of this state or be allowed to vote in any election held herein, unless he be able to read and write any section of the Constitution of the state of Oklahoma ; but no person who was, on January 1, 1866, or any time prior thereto, entitled to vote under any form of government, or who at that time resided in some foreign nation, and no lineal descendant of such person, shall be denied the right to register and vote because of his inability to so read and write sections of such Constitution.
:" No, it's dinner tomorrow.
:" Soap promises to be the most controversial network series of the coming season, a show so saturated with sex that it could replace violence as the PTA's Video Enemy No. 1.
:" No German ecclesiastic of his age appears to have won for himself so unusual a repute as a theologian and to have held so important a position, as the trusted counsellor of the leading German cardinal at the Vatican Council.
:" No military defeat could then have robbed her of the trust and gratitude of half of Asia or even more, and that would have mattered a great deal in finding for her a new, great, and abiding place in a postwar world in which Asia was coming into her own.
:" No need then
IB :" No, no, not in London either.
:" No questions asked about my assets ,"
:" No one can know how many oracle bones, prior to 1899, were ground up by traditional Chinese pharmacies and disappeared into peoples ' stomachs.
:" No man had ever supported with more firmness the privileges of the House, nor sustained the dignity of his office with more authority.
:" No disease of any sort was ever known among the Ozites, and so no one ever died unless he met with an accident that prevented him from living.
:" 1815 a War Office publication showing how the Soldier's Pocket Book should be filled out gave as its example one Private Thomas Atkins, No. 6 Troop, 6th Dragoons.
:" No other troops in the world but German paratroops could have stood up to such an ordeal and then gone on fighting with such ferocity " — Field Marshal Alexander.
:" No man has ever done so irresponsible a disservice to the cause his nation is fighting and suffering for than Nathan Kaufmann.
:" No man can think clearly when his fists are clenched.
This family derives its origin from Amruadh, who is No. 93 on the " Heber " pedigree ; and were in Irish called O ' Corcrain (" corcra :" Irish, purple ), which has been anglicised O ' Corcoran, Corcoran, and Coghrane.
:" No State shall make any law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof ; and no money raised by taxation in any State for the support of public schools, or derived from any public fund therefor, nor any public lands devoted thereto, shall ever be under the control of any religious sect ; nor shall any money so raised or lands so devoted be divided between religious sects or denominations.
Julius Caesar offered a similar opinion over a century earlier :" No disgrace attaches to armed robbery, provided it is committed outside the frontiers of the tribe .... When one of the chiefs announces at an assembly that he is going to lead a raid, and calls for volunteers, ... those who agree with the raid and approve of the men proposing it stand up .... If any of those men then fail to go with him, they are regarded as deserters and traitors and no one ever trusts them again in anything.
:" No ," said Alice.

:" and man
:" To this day Harold is not quite sure what made him suddenly pour out the whole story to a little man to whom he had only spoken a few minutes before.
Hobbes said :" The Latines called Accounts of mony Rationes ... and thence it seems to proceed that they extended the word Ratio, to the faculty of Reckoning in all other things .... When a man reasoneth hee does nothing else but conceive a summe totall ... For Reason ... is nothing but Reckoning ... of the consequences of generall names agreed upon, for the marking and signifying of our thoughts ...."
:" such care as an ordinary man might be expected to take on his own behalf.
:" All nature, from the smallest thing to the biggest, from a grain of sand to the sun, from the protista to man, is in a constant state of coming into being and going out of being, in a constant flux, in a ceaseless state of movement and change.
:" It was from noble families that this evil first started, and when shameful things seem to be approved by the fashionable, then the common people will surely think them correct ... This only, they say, stands the stress of life: a good and just spirit in a man.
# The Masked Man ( egkekalummenos ) paradox :" Do you know this masked man?
:" I call your own kind self to witness [...] the last pages of Heart of Darkness where the interview of the man and the girl locks inas it werethe whole 30000 words of narrative description into one suggestive view of a whole phase of life and makes of that story something quite on another plane than an anecdote of a man who went mad in the Centre of Africa.
:" Who are you, aged man?
:" It was indeed nothing short of a summary, in sequential and numbered paragraphs, of everything that the mind of European man had yet conceived or discovered.
:" Get away, you beast, for this man
:" the man clubbed the otter with his club "
Miles described Milligan as :" a man of quite extraordinary talents ... a visionary who is out there alone, denied the usual contacts simply because he is so different he can't always communicate with his own species ...".
:" More is a man of an angel's wit and singular learning.
:" Themistocles was a man who exhibited the most indubitable signs of genius ; indeed, in this particular he has a claim on our admiration quite extraordinary and unparalleled.
:" Timodemus of Aphidnae, who was one of Themistocles ' enemies but not a man of note, was crazed with envy and spoke bitterly to Themistocles of his visit to Lacedaemon, saying that the honors he had from the Lacedaemonians were paid him for Athens ' sake and not for his own.
:" For man proposes, but God disposes "
A recent study translates his words as follows :" And a very great betrayal of a lord it is also in the world, that a man betray his lord to death, or drive him living from the land, and both have come to pass in this land: Edward was betrayed, and then killed, and after that burned ..." Later sources, further removed from events, such as the late 11th century Passio S. Eadwardi and John of Worcester, claim that Ælfthryth organised the killing of Edward, while Henry of Huntingdon wrote that she killed Edward herself.
:" The Conservative belief that there is some law of nature which prevents men from being employed, that it is ' rash ' to employ men, and that it is financially ' sound ' to maintain a tenth of the population in idleness for an indefinite period, is crazily improbable-the sort of thing which no man could believe who had not had his head fuddled with nonsense for years and years.
:" If a man does not investigate into the matter of Bushido daily, it will be difficult for him to die a brave and manly death.
:" A man of broad cultural achievement ... Leopold Mozart may have been haughty, difficult to please and at times intractable, ... but there is no compelling evidence that Mozart was excessively manipulative, intolerant, autocratic or jealous of his son ’ s talent.
:" Because of its divine institution for the propagation of man, the seed is not to be vainly ejaculated, nor is it to be damaged, nor is it to be wasted.
The tale is also alluded to by John Critchley Prince in lines 24 to 29 of his poem " North Wales :" " Thou hast not trod with pilgrim foot the ground / Where sleeps the canine martyr of distrust, / Poor Gelert, famed in song, as brave a hound / As ever guarded homestead, hut, or hall, / Or leapt exulting at the hunter ’ s call ; / As ever grateful man consigned to dust.

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