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Of course, having this desire, I am very interested in education.
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According to the official interpretation of the Charter, a member cannot be penalized by not having the right to vote in the General Assembly for nonpayment of financial obligations to the `` special '' United Nations' budgets, and of course cannot be expelled from the Organization ( which you suggested in your editorial ), due to the fact that there is no provision in the Charter for expulsion.
We may then dismiss the time difference between these courses and the usual four year course of the interior design student as not having serious bearing on the subject.
`` Never mind '', Arlene had said, after the policeman had left, having pursued the usual unco-operative course of grownups.
In a course for supermarket operators, a district manager who had been recently appointed to his position after being outstandingly successful as a store manager, found that in supervising other managers he was having a difficult time.
Rosburg had started early in the day, and by the time Palmer and Player were on the course -- separated, as they were destined to be for the rest of the weekend, by about half an hour -- they could see on the numerous scoreboards spotted around the course that Rosburg, who ended with a 73, was not having a good day.
My folks wouldn't dream of having alcohol in the house, so my first taste of it had been -- of course -- with Johnnie.
As of late November 2009, the Armenian government's foreign debt was around $ 3 billion USD, having doubled in size over the course of the previous year.
The course of the rays in the meridional section is no longer symmetrical to the principal ray of the pencil ; and on an intercepting plane there appears, instead of a luminous point, a patch of light, not symmetrical about a point, and often exhibiting a resemblance to a comet having its tail directed towards or away from the axis.
Today, the village is now a small town and a popular holiday resort with most of its past and traditions having rapidly evaporated in the course of time.
Thus there were two classes of baccalarii: the baccalarii cursores, theological candidates passed for admission to the divinity course ; and the baccalarii dispositi, who, having completed this course, were entitled to proceed to the higher degrees.
Thus a description of the cat during the course of the experiment — having been entangled with the state of a subatomic particle — becomes a " blur " of " living and dead cat.
This is totally spurious, since no matter who measured first the other will measure the opposite spin despite the fact that ( in theory ) the other has a 50 % ' probability ' ( 50: 50 chance ) of measuring the same spin, unless data about the first spin measurement has somehow passed faster than light ( of course TI gets around the light speed limit by having information travel backwards in time instead ).
Parachutes were well-developed by 1918 having previously been used by balloonists, and were adopted by the German flying services during the course of that year ( the famous " Red Baron " was wearing one when he was killed ), but the allied command continued to oppose their use on various grounds.
The course is considered to be quite fast and relatively easy to drive, drivers having commented that the consistent placement of corners allows them to easily learn the circuit and achieve competitive times.
Though of course hotels have always been built in popular destinations, the defining characteristic of a resort hotel is that it exists purely to serve another attraction, the two having the same owners.
In general, only topological groups having similar local properties to R < sup > n </ sup > for some positive integer n can be Lie groups ( of course they must also have a differentiable structure )
He had been a descendant of the Israelite tribe of Issachar ; he had been educated by his grandfathers, who had both been physicians to the court of Good King René of Provence ; he had attended Montpellier University in 1525 to gain his first degree: after returning there in 1529 he had successfully taken his medical doctorate ; he had gone on to lecture in the Medical Faculty there until his views became too unpopular ; he had supported the heliocentric view of the universe ; he had travelled to the north-east of France, where he had composed prophecies at the abbey of Orval ; in the course of his travels he had performed a variety of prodigies, including identifying a future Pope ; he had successfully cured the Plague at Aix-en-Provence and elsewhere ; he had engaged in scrying using either a magic mirror or a bowl of water ; he had been joined by his secretary Chavigny at Easter 1554 ; having published the first installment of his Propheties, he had been summoned by Queen Catherine de ' Medici to Paris in 1556 to discuss with her his prophecy at quatrain I. 35 that her husband King Henri II would be killed in a duel ; he had examined the royal children at Blois ; he had bequeathed to his son a ' lost book ' of his own prophetic paintings ; he had been buried standing up ; and he had been found, when dug up at the French Revolution, to be wearing a medallion bearing the exact date of his disinterment.
On 1 November 1950, Pius XII defined the dogma of the Assumption of Mary, namely that she " having completed the course of her earthly life, was assumed body and soul into heavenly glory.
In the course of his musical career, he made over 200 radio and television appearances, and released several recordings, as well as having his songs recorded by others.
Then, of course, her belief that her husband is having an affair wouldn't be based on that evidence, because she did not know it was there at all ; or, if she thought that the evidence were a hoax, then surely her belief couldn't be based on that evidence.
course and desire
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.
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.
It was, of course, in this drawing of the balance sheet of judgment that he most clearly displayed his desire to do full justice to an author.
This is of course subject to the risk that an insider is making a buy specifically to increase investor confidence, or making a sell for reasons unrelated to the health of the company ( e. g. a desire to diversify or pay a personal expense ).
Suetonius, whose father had fought for Otho at Bedriacum, gives an unfavourable account of Vitellius ' brief administration: he describes him as unambitious and notes that Vitellius showed indications of a desire to govern wisely, but that Valens and Caecina encouraged him in a course of vicious excesses which threw his better qualities into the background.
At that meeting, the Contact Group released a press statement that reaffirmed its desire to work towards a negotiated settlement in the course of 2006 and also endorsed Ahtisaari's plans to develop a comprehensive proposal for a status settlement.
The Coalition's war aims changed over the course of the conflict: a general desire to restore the French monarchy became closely linked to the struggle to stop Bonaparte.
The one class consisting of the direct personifications of abstract notions such as desire is rare, occurring only in the very latest hymns of the Rig veda and due to that growth of speculation which is so plainly traceable in the course of the Vedic age.
Bethmann Hollweg, much of whose foreign policy before the war had been guided by his desire to establish good relations with Britain, was particularly upset by Britain's declaration of war following German violation of Belgium's neutrality in the course of her invasion of France, reportedly asking the departing British Ambassador Goschen how Britain could go to war over a " mere scrap of paper " ( the Treaty of London of 1839 which guaranteed Belgium's neutrality ).
If read in this way, of course, the book will never end, in exactly the same way as an unenlightened life will never escape the cycle of desire, and be continually reborn.
When Thomas Ewing Sherman, son of the famed Civil War general William Tecumseh Sherman, expressed his desire to become a Jesuit to his father, the elder Sherman wrote a letter to McCloskey in 1879 telling him to dissuade his son from such a course of action.
Lincoln did not propose federal laws against slavery where it already existed, but his general view of the matter was stated in his 1858 House Divided Speech, in which he had expressed a desire to " arrest the further spread of it, and place it where the public mind shall rest in the belief that it is in the course of ultimate extinction.
) is designed for capable and highly motivated students who have the desire and ability to pursue a somewhat more independent liberal arts course of study.
Each individual's Zach chooses that person's course in life on the basis of the four fundamental ethical drives and on other factors such as the desire for food, water, and the fulfillment of other ordinary requirements of life.
Crosby indicated she had received less than $ 325 from the sale of the book, that her " requests had been disregarded ", but that " when these facts are fully known to all, the publishers can sell the book as they desire ; only I have no wish to increase its sale for my own benefit, which, of course, is very small ".
We ought not, therefore, to have anything in common with the Jews, for the Saviour has shown us another way ; our worship follows a more legitimate and more convenient course ; and consequently, in unanimously adopting this mode, we desire, dearest brethren, to separate ourselves from the detestable company of the Jews ... They do not possess the truth in this Easter question ; for, in their blindness and repugnance to all improvements, they frequently celebrate two Passovers in the same year ... we should have nothing in common with the Jews.
If a student exhausts the levels of a course available, the independent study program allows students to pursue a strength to the level they desire.
" The report clearly stated that " It is highly desirable and advisable to repeal the Act altogether, without of course, losing sight of the overwhelming desire of an overwhelming majority of the East region that the Army should remain ( though the Act should go ).
He had a very unique point of view on the different levels of language and on desire that is at work in the heart of each and every human being, on youth, on seasons, on literature, of course, and one could say on history.
The British Army would of course, have nothing to do with German sentiments, but when the story reached London by words of mouth, His Majesty King George V expressed a desire to see the Gurkha soldier himself in person.
Primary symptoms include polyuria ( at least 2. 5 liters in the course of 24 hours, for adults ) due to inadequate sodium retention in the body, polydipsia ( excessive thirst ) due to polyuria, extreme salt cravings ( e. g. desire to drink pickle juice ), dysautonomia, and dehydration.
" Up to 1792 ,... conflicts were, of course, those of kings, and followed the pattern of eighteenth-century warfare: sovereigns sought limited objectives and entertained no desire to overthrow their adversaries ' ruling ( and indeed usually ancient ) dynasty.
Cleese, who attended a lengthy course of group therapy at the institute in the mid seventies, was so impressed by what he experienced that, motivated by a desire to spread what lay behind the therapy to a wider audience, proposed to Skynner that they write a book summarising and outlining the principles involved.
He published several pamphlets in the course of his principalship, all evidently inspired by the desire to place the education of the people in the hands of the church, though his view of the church itself and its doctrines was by no means a narrow one.