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Of course I had to give her Eileen's address, but she never came near us.
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Of course, males play a role there, but believe me when I say you wouldn't enjoy yourself one bit on Eromonga.
What I am here to do is to report on the gyrations of the struggle -- a struggle that amounts to self-redefinition -- to see if we can predict its future course.
Whether you experienced the passion of desire I have, of course, no way of knowing, nor indeed have I wished with even the most fleeting fragment of a wish to know, for the fact that one constitutes by one's mere existence so to speak the proof of some sort of passion makes any speculation upon this part of one's parents' experience more immodest, more scandalizing, more deeply unwelcome than an obscenity from a stranger.
`` We were requested by the Secretary General, as I understand it, to discuss with you such matters as appear to us to be relevant, and we are not of course either a formal group or a committee in the sense of being guided by any rules or regulations of the Secretariat.
I am not aware of great attention by any of these authors or by the psychotherapeutic profession to the role of literary study in the development of conscience -- most of their attention is to a pre-literate period of life, or, for the theologians of course, to the influence of religion.
`` I should, of course '', he said, `` like any other man, be honored and gratified should the Democrats see fit to nominate me.
I must have written to say how much I had enjoyed his fine book The Building Of Eternal Rome, and I found he had not regretted giving me the highest mark in his old course on the later Latin poets, although in my final examination I had ignored the questions and filled the bluebook with a comparison of Propertius and Coleridge.
`` I try to treat Daniel as if he were normal, though of course I realize he is far from that at present.
I'd have been more impressed if I hadn't remembered that she'd played Hedda Gabler in her highschool dramatics course.
You may stay as long as you wish, of course, but if arranging for the care of the girls must take time into account, I think a day or two should be enough to finish our business in ''.
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The water in Thor's big swimming pool had been covered with a blanket of thick, foamy soapsuds -- fashioned, of course, from zing -- Joyce had dived from the board into the pool, then swirled and cavorted in her luxurious `` bath '' while cameras rolled.
In the following year her father undertook to give a course in Hebrew theology to Johns Hopkins students, and this brought to the Szold house a group of bright young Jews who had come to Baltimore to study, and who enjoyed being fed and mothered by Mamma and entertained by Henrietta and Rachel, who played and sang for them in the upstairs sitting room on Sunday evenings.
To exonerate the legislature and thereby extricate himself from a sticky situation, Pike took another course and made it appear that the legislature had been bilked.
That was in the days before blood banks, of course, and transfusions had to be given directly from donor to patient.
He had also learned to dispute extempore remarkably well, the main evidence for which of course is the presence of his name in the honors list of 1628/29.
The `` fruitful course '' of metropolitanization that you recommend is currently practiced by the town of East Greenwich and had its inception long before we learned what it was called.
The contributions were ahead of what she had got the previous year, and while the money, of course, was not hers, it excited her to stuff her kit with big checks.
Of course he couldn't say much, really, because of Debora, but Linda Kay could imagine what kind of woman his wife had been and what a raw deal he had got.
The Fisher Body division, long controlled by the Fisher brothers under a voting trust even though General Motors owned a majority of its stock, followed an independent course for many years, but by 1947 and 1948 `` resistance had collapsed '' and its purchases from Du Pont `` compared favorably '' with purchases by other General Motors divisions.
Of course, it must not be forgotten that in achieving this historical feat, Prokofieff had the vast resources of his people behind him ; ;
Of course, if you want to throw all caution to the winds and rent an Imperial or Cadillac limousine just for you and your bride, you'll have a memorable tour, but it won't be cheap, and it is not recommended unless you own a producing oil well or you've had a winner in the Irish Sweepstakes.
`` Never mind '', Arlene had said, after the policeman had left, having pursued the usual unco-operative course of grownups.
He found, as he had suspected, a general consensus that perhaps over half of the present functionally designed course was not really functional for these students.
Since the writer had established this democratic procedure in the beginning he had to go along with their decision -- after, of course, pointing out whether he thought their decision was a wise or an unwise one.
In fact, we had one birth before the end of the course, and another student had to take the final examiantion a week early, just to be on the safe side.
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The biggest loss, of course, was the individual's lessened desire and ability to give his services to the growth of his company and our economy.
It was, of course, a little boy's fantasy of winning his mother to himself, and replacing the father who could not give her the things she wanted -- a classical oedipal fantasy if you like -- but if it were only this the story would be banal.
This difficulty arises even though we can give examples of men who have actually followed this course.
This was not, of course, enough sampling to give a satisfactory description of the vertical diffusion of the aerosol.
In 1880 the school moved to the Hillside Chapel, a building next to the house, where he held conversations and, over the course of successive summers, as he entered his eighties, invited others to give lectures on themes in philosophy, religion and letters.
This demanded that the inferior must give advice to his superior if the superior was considered to be taking the course of action that was wrong.
The Program exists to give students an opportunity to pursue a course of study that may not exist within the current framework of CUNY.
By varying the magnetic sail's field strength over the course of its orbit, a magnetic sail can give itself a " perigee kick " raising the altitude of its orbit's apogee.
In 1804, he was chosen to give a course of lectures on natural philosophy at the Royal Institution in London, where he delivered another course in 1809 – 1810.
The legislative history and the voluminous literature which was generated in the course of the enactment and during fifty years of litigation of the Sherman Act give no hint that such was its purpose.
The course of studies lasted ten years, during which time their burses continued ; but if, at the end of ten years, they had not given proof of their ability, either as teachers or as preachers, they had to give up their burse.
There are, of course, anomalous initial conditions which would give rise to violations of the second law.
However, he does not appear to give the names of the leaders, or offer any information about the location, the course of the battle, or its tactical victors.
The series is composed of road courses and stockcars similar to NASCAR and Villeneuve said " On a personal level, Speedcar will give me more road racing experience with this kind of cars which will be useful in future NASCAR road course events and it's also a great excuse to meet race fans.
Many placental species give birth to multiples as a matter of course, with the resulting group called a litter.
When morning comes of course everything will be clear again [...] I'll give them back their English language.
It was said that a man from Crockett's district, Horatio Bunce, converted Crockett to such a course of action by explaining that the Constitution did not allow Congress to give charity.
Economics should build into its assumptions the notion that people can give credible commitments to a course of conduct.
When they are less clear, greater importance is placed on varying the tempo during the course of the music to give " shape " to the music.
On 13 March, Himmler came to Koblenz to give the generals, including Rundstedt, an ideological lecture, in the course of which he made it clear that the atrocities against civilians which some of them had witnessed in Poland had been carried out on his orders, and with the approval of Hitler.