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I am with you, of course, Tomas ''.
Of course, males play a role there, but believe me when I say you wouldn't enjoy yourself one bit on Eromonga.
of course, I was willing.
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.
Harcourt replied: `` I do really hope you can achieve serenity in the course of time.
Of course I hope Hal can also, but those hopes are much more faint ''.
`` Of course I am '', he said.
`` I try to treat Daniel as if he were normal, though of course I realize he is far from that at present.
Of course, having this desire, I am very interested in education.
He knows me as your niece, which, of course, I am.
I'd have been more impressed if I hadn't remembered that she'd played Hedda Gabler in her highschool dramatics course.
Of course I had to give her Eileen's address, but she never came near us.
-- Why, course I can.
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 ''.

course and shall
No person shall be referred to a position the filling of which will aid directly or indirectly in filling a job which ( 1 ) is vacant because the former occupant is on strike or is being locked out in the course of a labor dispute, or ( 2 ) the filling of which is an issue in a labor dispute.
Other synonyms could of course serve the same function, and for the sake of ease I shall speak of kennings and epithets in the widest and loosest possible sense, and name, for example, Gar-Dene a kenning for the Danes.
" Nathan Dane, the primary author of the Northwest Ordinance, viewed this provision as a default mechanism in the event that federal or territorial statutes were silent about a particular matter ; he wrote that if " a statute makes an offence, and is silent as to the mode of trial, it shall be by jury, according to the course of the common law.
Holmes himself references Watson's moderation in " The Adventure of the Devil's Foot ", saying, " I think, Watson, that I shall resume that course of tobacco-poisoning which you have so often and so justly condemned ".
* On a magnetic course of 0-179 degrees shall fly at an odd thousand ft MSL altitude + 500 feet ( e. g. 3, 500, 5, 500, or 7, 500 ft ); or
* On a magnetic course of 180-359 degrees shall fly at an even thousand ft MSL altitude + 500 feet ( e. g. 4, 500, 6, 500, or 8, 500 ft ).
William and Anselm disagreed on a range of ecclesiastical issues, in the course of which the king declared of Anselm that " Yesterday I hated him with great hatred, today I hate him with yet greater hatred and he can be certain that tomorrow and thereafter I shall hate him continually with ever fiercer and more bitter hatred ".
Innovations in contemporary society did not worry him: " When exploration has run its course, we shall revert to the normal type of living to which nature and instinct predispose us.
: This project must be carried through by even-handed wise consideration and a patriotic course of policy which shall inspire capitalist of the country with confidence.
Coke explained that no man shall be deprived but by legem terrae, the law of the land, " that is, by the common law, statute law, or custom of England .... ( that is, to speak it once and for all ) by the due course, and process of law .."
At the Cairo Conference on November 22, 1943, it was agreed that " in due course Korea shall become free and independent ”; at a later meeting in Yalta in February 1945, it was agreed to establish a four-power trusteeship over Korea.
" It shall be unlawful for any person engaged in commerce, in the course of such commerce, knowingly to induce or receive a discrimination in price which is prohibited by this section.
The Korean independence officially occurred on 1 December 1943, when the United States, China, and Great Britain signed the Cairo Conference, which stated, “ The aforesaid three powers, mindful of the enslavement of the people of Korea, are determined that “ in due course ” Korea shall become free and independent .” In 1945, the United Nations developed plans for trusteeship administration of Korea.
The maid shall ride, when the powers die, on her mother's course.
We have with the utmost deliberation, examined the matter, with an anxiety to duly discharge the duty which we owe on all hands — the duty which we owe the prisoner of not meting out punishment beyond the just measure of the offence, and the duty we owe to the public that the degree of punishment will be such as to carry out the object of all punishment, which is not the mere infliction of the penalty upon the person convicted, but the prevention of crime — that that punishment should carry with it a security to the country, as far as possible, that one who has offended so perseveringly — that so deliberate a violator of the law shall not be permitted to continue his course of conduct to the disturbance of its peace and prosperity.
The three main clauses of the Cairo Declaration are that " Japan be stripped of all the islands in the Pacific which she has seized or occupied since the beginning of the First World War in 1914 ", " all the territories Japan has stolen from the Chinese, such as Manchuria, Formosa, and the Pescadores, shall be restored to the Republic of China ", and that " in due course Korea shall become free and independent ".
Failure to follow the course shall cause disqualification.
I am nearly certain of being nominated to the office of Moderator in the year 1818-1819, and as I am an examiner in virtue of my office, for the next year I shall pursue a course even more decided than hitherto, since I shall feel that men have been prepared for the change, and will then be enabled to have acquired a better system by the publication of improved elementary books.
Cassandra prophesies that her Trojan ancestors ' descendants " shall with their spears win the foremost crown of glory, obtaining the sceptre and monarchy of earth and sea " and elaborates with allusions to the course of historical events.
Depending on the chosen course, upon graduating the student shall be granted: a bachelor's degree's diploma, which usually takes 4 or, in the case of Law, Veterinary, Geology and Engineering, 5 years to complete ; or a professional diploma, which normally require 5 or, in the case of medicine, 6 years to complete.
... That all that part of the town of Harpersfield, lying south of a line to be drawn, beginning at the south easterly bank of the river Susquehannah, from thence running a south easterly course to the north west corner of others, thence running on the north east line of Whites-Borough until it comes to the Cachquago branch of the river Delaware, thence down the said river to the line of property, thence along the said line of property, until it comes to the river Susquehannah, opposite to the river Unadilla, thence up the said river Susquehannah, to the place of beginning, shall be and hereby is erected into a town, by the name of Franklin, and that the first town meeting shall be held at the house of Sluman Wattles Esquire, in the said town ...

course and conduct
Jean Beleth, a 12th-century liturgical author, gives the following list of books necessary for the right conduct of the canonical office: the Antiphonarium, the Old and New Testaments, the Passionarius ( liber ) and the Legendarius ( dealing respectively with martyrs and saints ), the Homiliarius ( homilies on the Gospels ), the Sermologus ( collection of sermons ) and the works of the Fathers, besides, of course, the Psalterium and the Collectarium.
One consequence of the Act is that solicitors, accountants, tax advisers and insolvency practitioners who suspect ( as a consequence of information received in the course of their work ) that their clients ( or others ) have engaged in tax evasion or other criminal conduct from which a benefit has been obtained, are now required to report their suspicions to the authorities ( since these entail suspicions of money laundering ).
Underlying these disputes were questions over whether Microsoft altered or manipulated its application programming interfaces ( APIs ) to favor Internet Explorer over third party web browsers, Microsoft's conduct in forming restrictive licensing agreements with original equipment manufacturers ( OEMs ), and Microsoft's intent in its course of conduct.
Kearney also defined sex education as “ involving a comprehensive course of action by the school, calculated to bring about the socially desirable attitudes, practices and personal conduct on the part of children and adults, that will best protect the individual as a human and the family as a social institution.
Neighborhood feuds, personal animosities, and private differences should be blotted out ; and, when you return home, a manly, straightforward course of conduct will secure the respect of your enemies.
During the course of the conduct, the accused foresees that he may be putting another at risk of injury: A choice must be made at that point in time.
Of course, the possibility of preventing this type of circumstance is a highly desirable notion to those that are able to conduct related research.
Article 7. 2. a states " For the purpose of paragraph 1: " Attack directed against any civilian population means a course of conduct involving the multiple commission of acts referred to in paragraph 1 against any civilian population, pursuant to or in furtherance of a State or organizational policy to commit such attack.
Of course some privateers behaved no better than common pirates, but Hein was a strict disciplinarian who discouraged unruly conduct among his crews and had for the day rather enlightened views about " Indian " tribes, slaves and members of other religions.
250, 260, 872 P. 2d 1123 ( 1994 ) ( omission of " course of conduct " language in criminal counterpart to civil antiharassment act indicated " Legislature consciously chose to criminalize a single act rather than a course of conduct.
Economics should build into its assumptions the notion that people can give credible commitments to a course of conduct.
Additionally, barristers who have completed the Bar Council's " Public Access " course can take instructions directly from members of the public, although there are some limitations on the type of work that can be done this way: for example, such barristers cannot take control of the conduct of litigation nor can they act in matrimonial matters.
Some states require that schools conduct a specific number of drills be conducted either over the course of the entire school year, or that a certain number of drills must be conducted within a certain period of time:
Of course, some gossip columnists can engage in borderline defamatory conduct, spreading innuendo about alleged immoral or illegal conduct that can injure celebrities ' reputations.
The second developmental course is known as the " adolescent-onset type " and occurs when conduct disorder symptoms are present after the age of 10 years.
While we may have " free will " ( liberum arbitrium ) in the sense that we can choose our course of conduct, we nevertheless lack true freedom ( libertas ) to avoid sin, for sin is inherent in each choice we make.
Initially the Army Air Forces wanted to conduct a course to train navigator, bombardier, and radar operator training at the base, but because of problems with sharing the airfield with local civilian interests, the training was shifted to Mather.
It may be proven by the doctrine of " dangerous proximity ", while the Model Penal Code requires a " substantial step in a course of conduct ".

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