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On the other hand, the women class members appeared to reach a far greater understanding than have women members in other sections that it is more natural for males as a group to view sex as sex rather than always associating it with love as most women seem to do.
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On the other hand, we cannot regard artistic invention as pure, uncaused, and unrelated to the times in which it occurs.
On the other hand, if he wishes to continue in his chosen profession, he must abandon his own code and sacrifice his precious individualism.
On the other hand, Arnold's `` The unplumbed, salt, estranging sea '', taken in its context, certainly does so.
On the other hand, Dr. Ezra Styles recorded the following testimony of John Angell, the last disciple of Gorton: ``
On the other hand, he did not want to offend Edward either, and he found himself in a very difficult position.
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On such occasions he had not had the courage to look at the face above the hand, whatever face it might be.
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On the one hand, the major European nations had to maintain vis-a-vis each other an emphasis upon sovereignty, independence, formal equality -- thus insuring for themselves individually an optimal freedom of action to maintain the `` flexibility of alignment '' that the system required and to avoid anything approaching a repetition of the disastrous Napoleonic experience.
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On some trips the men would take several women with them and their duty was to catch the birds and prepare them for future use.
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On hearing that the Dean of the faculty of medicine at the University of Sorbonne, Paris was in favour of admitting women as medical students, Elizabeth studied French so that she could apply for a medical degree, which she obtained in 1870.
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On January 19, 2006, Marley Shebala, senior news reporter and photographer for Navajo Times, quoted the Fort Defiance Chapter of the Navajo Nation as saying, " Carson ordered his soldiers to shoot any Navajo, including women and children, on sight.
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On the strength of a passage in The Illiad, it has been suggested that the palace was the site of a dancing-ground made for Ariadne by the craftsman Daedalus, where young men and women, of the age of those sent to Crete as prey for the Minotaur, would dance together.
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