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One tiny detail in a happening can clog the memory and stick like meat in a crooked tooth, while the rest of the occurrence will go hazy and uncertain.
One can only speak of what is in front of him, and that now is simply the mess ''.
The assumptions upon which the example shown in Figure 3 is based are: ( A ) One man can direct about six subordinates if the subordinates are chosen carefully so that they do not need too much personal coaching, indoctrinating, etc..
One of the obvious conclusions we can make on the basis of the last election, I suppose, is that we, the majority, were dissatisfied with Eisenhower conservatism.
One of the early humorists already mentioned, Thomas Bangs Thorpe, can be used to illustrate another point where Faulkner touches authentic Southern materials and also earlier literary treatment of those materials.
One thing you can say about Mr. Lyford is that he does not suffer from any insecurity as an American.
One can see it as humiliating that an extra hormone casually fed into our chemistry may induce us to lay down our lives for a lover or a friend ; ;
One can imagine that with her and Gorton there it was no place for anyone with weak nerves.
One way that this can be done, other than by hiring new high-priced professors, is by constantly encouraging the department members to raise their standards of performance.
One of the more remarkable of the new cooling systems is one that can be switched to heating.
One of the advantages of this method is that the `` pill '' can remain in the patient for several days, permitting observation under natural conditions.
One can take a vase of about 800 B.C. and, without any knowledge of its place of origin, venture to assign it to a specific area ; ;
One can make them say the same thing only by not listening to them very carefully and hearing only what one wants to hear.
One can apply these facts to Britain in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries as she spread her dominion over palm and pine, and they can be applied again to the United States in more recent years.
One can assume that some of the brightest boys are out of town.
One of the sit-in leaders has said: `` Nobody from the top of Heaven to the bottom of Hell can stop the march to freedom.
One can even argue -- though this is a delicate matter -- that every justification existed for their returning the Public Lecture to the First Church, and so to suppress it, rather than let Parker use it as a sounding board for his propaganda when his turn should come to occupy it.
One seed-to-seed life cycle for an annual can occur in as little as a month in some species, though most last several months.
One party can tell many others a piece of information without losing it themselves, the original information store never becomes empty.
One of his problems in life is that he can rarely find the correct words to express what he means.
One can also find there similar formulas for covariance.
One benefit is that the statistical moment calculations can be carried out to arbitrary accuracy such that the computations can be tuned to the precision of, e. g., the data storage format or the original measurement hardware.

One and meet
One way to do this is by `` proxy sittings '', wherein the person seeking a message does not himself meet with the medium but is represented by a substitute, the proxy sitter.
One was his visit as a Boys Nation senator to the White House to meet President John F. Kennedy.
One of his colleagues from that project, however, insisted that he meet with the committee.
One of these poems mentions Gilgamesh ’ s journey to meet the flood hero, as well as a short version of the flood story.
One explanation is that the Quarto may have been cut in the printing house to meet a fixed number of pages.
One of the key elements of this agreement was that there would be no quantitative limit on the credit a country could claim from use of these mechanisms provided domestic action constituted a significant element of the efforts of each Annex B country to meet their targets.
One of the last games released by Westwood, Command & Conquer: Renegade ( an action game, which mixed elements from first-person shooters and real-time strategy games ) failed to meet consumer expectations and commercial goals Electronic Arts had set for it.
One problem for Warner Bros., however, was Jack Warner's refusal to meet Screen Actors Guild salary demands.
One of the few recorded references is that a Kentish King would only meet the missionary St. Augustine in the open air, where he would be under the protection of the sky god, Woden.
One day he is due to meet Helen's parents, visiting from Toledo, Ohio, whom he overhears discussing his character flaws in the hotel lobby.
Systems used in series such as Formula One have become advanced to the point where the potential lap time of the car can be calculated, and this time is what the driver is expected to meet.
One evening, Intaphernes went to the palace to meet Darius, but was stopped by two officers who stated that Darius had retired for the night.
One 1907 letter, in particular, was written from the Paul von Gontard factory ( a secretly controlled Vickers company in Germany ) to a Vickers associate in Paris recommending that press releases go out to the French press with suggestions that the French improve their military to meet the threats of military buildup in Germany.
One thousand units of this version were commissioned by management, intended for and designed to meet the homologation rules of Group 2 rally racing.
One of Hitchcock's characteristic innocent-person-pursued-by-the-police evasions ensues, as Dr. Petersen and the impostor ( who now calls himself ' John Brown ') travel by train to Rochester, to meet Dr. Brulov ( Michael Chekhov ), who had been Dr. Petersen's teacher and mentor.
" One of Meyer's earlier films, Time After Time, was largely based in San Francisco ; when he was told by the producers that The Voyage Home had to be set in the same city, he took the opportunity to comment upon cultural aspects not covered by his earlier film, such as punk rock — The Voyage Homes scene where Kirk and Spock meet an annoying punk rocker was based on a similar scene cut from Time After Time.
In order to meet Norman's hospital bills, in November 2002 Solid Rock Records began releasing the Essential Series on CD-R, a set of seven Norman albums, with 142 songs ( including 16 previously unreleased songs ), which comprised: Instigator, which included rough mix versions of two previously unreleased songs, " Butterfly " and " Kulderachna ", both removed from 1973's So Long Ago the Garden ; Agitator, which included three unreleased bonus tracks, " Sweet Silver Angels ", " God, Part 2 ", and " People In My Past "; Liberator, which included songs that were aimed at " liberating Christians who felt trapped inside the church and also providing a cultural doorway to allow those who felt dismissed and isolated by Christianity to find their way into fellowship with Christ regardless of the church's response toward them "; Collaborator, which featured songs representing " the combined efforts of Charles and Larry from lyrics and melodies to arrangements and production ", including three unreleased songs: " Perfect World ", " Don't Wanna Be Like You ", and " Jesus Is God ", recorded about 2000 ; Emancipator, included two unreleased songs of Norman singing with Randy Stonehill: a Christian version of the folk song " He Was a Friend of Mine ", which had been popularized by The Byrds and Bob Dylan, which was re-titled " He is a Friend of Mine ", and " I Love You ", the song Stonehill and Norman co-wrote in 1971 for Stonehill's Born Twice album ; Infiltrator, which sees love as " the most powerful infiltrator in the world ", is a collection of Norman's love songs, and includes two new releases: a cover of David Noble's " Waves of Grace ", and " Stranger, Won't You Change "; and Survivor, included the full 8-minute version of " Dark Passage ", an unreleased third verse of " Baby Out of Wedlock ", and " One Star Remains ", which is Judee Sill's " My Man On Love " from her 1971 eponymous debut album.
One of the busiest intersections in the state, where Route 1 and Route 202 meet, is locally known as " Painters ' Crossing.
But companies are starting to address this issue, for example, Funimation is working to release their uncut, unedited episodes of One Piece in multiple formats, releasing earlier season sections alongside boxsets more recent episodes in attempt to meet fan demand.
Following this, The Nameless One travels to the city of Curst, a gate town on the border of the Outlands and Carceri, to meet and free Trias.
One day he expressed a desire to see inside what he considered a " real " house and Treves obliged, taking him to visit his Wimpole Street townhouse and meet his wife.
One technique of Gasshō is to concentrate on the pads where the two middle fingers meet.
One film critic described the numerous influences: " From his infelicitous name to his physical clumsiness, Norville Barnes is a Preston Sturges hero trapped in a Frank Capra story, and never should that twain meet, especially not in a world that seems to have been created by Fritz Lang — the mechanistic monstrousness of the mailroom contrasted with the Bauhaus gigantism of the corporate offices perfectly matches the boss-labour split in Metropolis ( 1927 ).
One winter's night, two French nuns, Sister Margaret and Sister Scholastica, come to the small New England town of Bethlehem ( most likely modeled after Bethlehem, Connecticut – given the Abbey of Regina Laudis in that real town and the proximity to New York City ), where they meet Amelia Potts, a painter of religious pictures.

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