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One cannot read the records of scientists, officials and travelers who have penetrated to the minds of the most savage races without realizing that each individual met with is a person.
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One cannot but wonder whether these doubts about the success of Khrushchev's agricultural policy have not at least something to do with one of the big surprises provided by this Congress -- the obsessive harping on the crimes and misdeeds of the `` anti-party group '' -- Molotov, Malenkov, Kaganovich and others -- including the eighty-year-old Marshal Voroshilov.
One cannot help wondering whether Molotov and the rest of the `` anti-party group '' are not being used as China's whipping-boys by Khrushchev and his faithful followers.
One cannot assume, of course, that all these accumulated meanings were inherent in the stereotype at the beginning of the therapy, or at any one time later on when the stereotype was uttered ; ;
One of the greatest Homerists of our time, Frederick M. Combellack, argues that when it is assumed The Iliad and The Odyssey are oral poems, the postulated single redactor called Homer cannot be either credited with or denied originality in choice of phrasing.
One has to talk confidentially with some of the directors of vocational high schools to realize that a boy cannot just say, `` I want to be a plumber '', and then, by doing good work, find a job.
One cannot possibly understand the teaching of the saints unless one has a pure mind and is trying to imitate their life.
Many examples are familiar in everyday speech even today, " One cannot be a judge in one's own cause " ( see Dr. Bonham's Case ), rights are reciprocal to obligations, and the like.
( One cannot critique promoting Western values if one believes that said values are absolutely correct.
One common approach is to treat clitics as words that are prosodically deficient: they cannot appear without a host, and they can only form an accentual unit in combination with their host.
One of the roles of computational complexity theory is to determine the practical limits on what computers can and cannot do.
One cannot speak of the location of any particle such as a photon between the time it is emitted and the time it is detected simply because in order to say that something is located somewhere at a certain time one has to detect it.
One of its disadvantages is that it cannot determine a planet's true mass, but can only set a lower limit on that mass.
One of the cardinal principles of his method was the recognition that any given symptom may appear in virtually any one of these disorders ; e. g., there is almost no single symptom occurring in dementia praecox which cannot sometimes be found in manic-depression.
In " The Meaning of Relativity ," Einstein wrote, " One can give good reasons why reality cannot at all be represented by a continuous field.
One term begins every two years, on February 1 of even-numbered years, and members serving a full term cannot be renominated for a second term.
One is that conventional astronomers, studying stars, planets, and galaxies, might serendipitously observe some phenomenon that cannot be explained without positing an intelligent civilization as the source.
One of the most common is that some claims made by a fundamentalist group cannot be proven, and are irrational, demonstrably false, or contrary to scientific evidence.
One downside, however, is that complexes may not separate cleanly or predictably, since they cannot move through the polyacrylamide gel as quickly as individual, denatured proteins.
One cannot say of someone now deceased that he " has eaten " or " has been eating "; the present auxiliary implies that he is in some way present ( alive ), even if the action denoted is completed ( perfect ) or partially completed ( progressive perfect ).
One cannot overstate its centrality in all chemistry, especially because of its necessary targeting in organic synthesis, and its roles in enzyme catalysis and inhibition, and in the formation of biological structures, both via its hydrogen bonding capability.
One and read
One might take this as implying that Sheol is literally underground, although it is as easily read literally, as signifying an earthquake or split in the earth.
They rented the apartment of an American man who was away for the summer, and Nin came across a number of French paperbacks: " One by one, I read these books, which were completely new to me.
One account reports that when he was handed the message, Bonaparte read it without emotion before calling the messenger to him and demanding further details.
One of Thomas ' most popular works was the short essay A Child's Christmas in Wales, which after being released as part of a recording, in which Thomas read his own work, became his most popular prose work in America.
Jacobs, an editor at Esquire magazine, read the entire 2002 version of the 15th edition, describing his experiences in the well-received 2004 book, The Know-It-All: One Man's Humble Quest to Become the Smartest Person in the World.
One way to avoid the use of large numbers is by declaring a new unit of currency ( an example being, instead of 10, 000, 000, 000 Dollars, a bank might set 1 new dollar = 1, 000, 000, 000 old dollars, so the new note would read " 10 new dollars.
One unusual link between Falwell and Conservative rabbi Arnold Resnicoff, a Navy chaplain, was created when President Ronald Reagan surprised the participants at Falwell's " Baptist Fundamentalism ' 84 " convention in Washington, D. C., by choosing to read Resnicoff's on-site report of the 1983 Beirut barracks bombing as his keynote address.
One of the most influential texts that he read was Cheng Kuan-ying's Sheng-shih Wei-yen ( Words of Warning to an Affluent Age ), a political tract that lamented the deterioration of Chinese power in East Asia, arguing for technological, economic and political reform, modelling China on the representative democracies of the western world.
One biographer said, " The dictionary was no mere reference book to her ; she read it as a priest his breviary – over and over, page by page, with utter absorption.
One possibility is derivation from a reduplicated, an interpretation traced to Cicero connecting " read ", i. e. re ( again ) + lego in the sense of " choose ", " go over again " or " consider carefully ".
One contra leader was dragged from his bed at two a. m., handed a press release by a CIA contact, and told to read it over the contra radio before the Sandinistas broke the news .”
One particularly memorable piece of tabloidesque worldplay parody, involving a fictional plot to assassinate Paul McCartney by a disgruntled former roadie, read ' Mop Top Pot Shot Plot Flops ', or with a gonad-focussed violent encounter with Mr T and a 70's playground toy, ' BA Baracus in Macca's clackers knackers fracas '.
One method is to put the sample in a water-filled graduated cylinder and read off how much water it displaces.
One evening in September of that year, Wagner read the finished poem of " Tristan " to an audience including his wife, Minna, his current muse, Mathilde, and his future mistress ( and later wife ), Cosima von Bülow.
One book commonly read during Great Lent, particularly by monastics, is The Ladder of Divine Ascent, which was written in about the seventh century by St. John of the Ladder when he was the Hegumen ( Abbot ) of St. Catherine's Monastery on Mount Sinai.
One kind of overprint read, while the other read inside an oval whose border gave the full name of the plebiscite commission.
One banner read, E adesso ammazzateci tutti ( And Now Kill Us All ), and many carried white sheets as a symbol of protest against the omertà, or the law of silence, that protects the mafia.
One limitation of flash memory is that although it can be read or programmed a byte or a word at a time in a random access fashion, it can only be erased a " block " at a time.
One can read a text both in terms of a chronological context ( for example, as a contribution to a discipline or tradition as it extended over time ) or in terms of a contemporary intellectual moment ( for example, as participating in a debate particular to a certain time and place ).
* One syllable article, a form unique to Chinese literature, using many characters all of which are homophones ; the result looks sensible as writing but is incomprehensible when read aloud.
One of his most popular non-fiction works, which is still read to this day, is the self-help book How to Live on 24 Hours a Day.