Help


[permalink] [id link]
+
Page "belles_lettres" ¶ 769
from Brown Corpus
Edit
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

Some Related Sentences

One and day
One day the dogs of Ireland will do that too and perhaps also the pigs ''.
One of the most distressing of these scenes occurred at Spring Green toward the end of the open warfare, on a beautiful day in June.
One day he followed the Irish Jasper Greens, the town band, to a picnic and spent the entire day listening, while his family spent the day looking.
One day in a bar, so the legend goes, someone put a beer stein with too much force on the monacle and broke it.
One day he assigned me to lay bare a `` plot '' by the Duponts to supply munitions to a wholly fictitious revolution he said was about to occur in Cuba.
F.S.C. Northrop, in his discussion of The `` Functions And Future Of Poetry '', suggests this: `` One of the things which makes our lives drab and empty and which leaves us, at the end of the day, fatigued and deflated spiritually is the pressure of the taxing, practical, utilitarian concern of common-sense objects.
One day Alfred told him that he had decided to leave everything to me.
One day he was visited by a delegation of would-be imitators who wanted to know his secret.
Volumes One and Two, selected from the sound tracks of a television series, contain `` conversations with the elder wise men of our day ''.
One day, Ching had told him ( smiling, patting him on the back ) as they walked to the weekly conference of squad leaders, `` Keep it up, your squad is good, one of the best, keep it up, keep up the good work ''.
One day over a year before, there had been a cocktail party in an apartment of a downtown hotel.
`` One day our species promises co-existence, and the next day it threatens co-extinction ''.
One day, the children had wanted to get up onto General Burnside's horse.
One day Maeterlinck, coming with a friend upon an event which he recognized as the exact pattern of a previous dream, detailed the ensuing occurrences in advance so accurately that his companion was completely mystified.
One day when he attended a war memorial ceremony in Westminster Abbey his view was obstructed by a stout man on his left, his attention turned to the irregular pattern of the rough slab flooring and someone, clasping him by the arm, whispered, `` I want a word with you, please ''.
One day, to everyone's astonishment, someone drops a match in the powder keg and everything blows up.
One day last week, Nixon faced a painful constitutional chore that required him to officiate at a joint session of Congress to hear the official tally of the Electoral College vote, and then to make `` sufficient declaration '' of the election of the man who defeated him in the tight 1960 presidential election.
`` One, modern equipment -- much of it supplied under the Marshall Plan -- enables Fiat to turn out 2,100 cars a day.
One day, Korzybski was giving a lecture to a group of students, and he interrupted the lesson suddenly in order to retrieve a packet of biscuits, wrapped in white paper, from his briefcase.
A series of team-sponsored fan motorcoach trips from Tucson to Bank One Ballpark were inaugurated for the opening season and are still in operation to this day ( it is now known as the " Diamond Express ").
One now leads to Aberdour railway station, a beautifully kept and cared for example of a traditional station, in keeping with its role of transporting at least a quarter of the village's working population to their work each day.

One and I
One afternoon, upon receiving permission and the necessary instructions from the clerk, I had visited the toilet adjoining the hall.
One Monday morning I saw him approach the store with a woman and introduce me to her as my new Aunt.
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, a reservation on the point I have just made, is the phenomenon of pseudo-thinking, pseudo-feeling, and pseudo-willing, which Fromm discussed in The Escape From Freedom.
One of the uniformed officers stepped in my way, demanding to know whether I had permission to enter Germany.
One of the girl students, sitting by while I ate the thick soup, asked me if I had a sleeping bag.
`` One thing I notice which I have seldom heard mentioned.
If it is not enough that all of our internationalist One Worlders are advocating that we join this market, I refer you to an article in the New York Times' magazine section ( Nov. 12, 1961 ), by Mr. Eric Johnston, entitled `` We Must Join The Common Market ''.
The exercise I shall discuss in this -- the first of a new series of articles on muscle definition-specialization of a particular body part -- is the One Leg Lunge.
One year I simply set the plants in the remains of a compost pile, to which a little sand had been added, and I had the most beautiful pansies in my, or any of my neighbors' experience.
One said, `` When I get a cold I buy a bottle of whiskey for it, and within a few hours it's gone ''.
One subject spontaneously asked ( after her arm had finally risen ), `` Do you suppose I was unconsciously keeping it down before ''??
One hebephrenic woman often became submerged in what felt to me like a somehow phony experience of pseudo-emotion, during which, despite her wracking sobs and streaming cheeks, I felt only a cold annoyance with her.
One hebephrenic women confided to me, `` I live in a world of words '', as if, to her, words were fully concrete objects ; ;
One thing, I am sure of, you must get an interest in life.
One wrote: `` ( I am so hungry ) I could eat a rider off his horse & snap at the stirups ''.
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 manufacturer who held an allegedly basic patent said: `` I would readily put over $50,000 into the manufacture of the device, but it is so easy to make that we would enter immediately into a prolonged ordeal of patent litigation which would eat up all our profits ''.

One and tired
One example is a panel showing Julius looking obviously very haggard, and to reinforce this, Will has a thought-bubble which reads " Julius looks so tired ".
He was taken on at Tubby's as an assistant, performing tasks such as winding transformer coils, and began working as a mixer in the mid-1970s, initially creating dubs of reworked Studio One riddims for Don Mais ' Roots Tradition label, given his chance when Prince Jammy cut short a mixing session for Mais because he was too tired to continue.
On 8 April 2007, shortly before the 2007 Malaysian Grand Prix, Formula One president Bernie Ecclestone was quoted as stating that the circuit was getting " shabby " and " a bit tired " from the lack of care, describing it as " an old house that needs a bit of redecorating ".
One of the last American public monuments in the Beaux-Arts tradition, the Memorial was severely criticized even as it was being built, by those who adhered to the modernist argument that dressing 20th century buildings like Greek and Roman ones constituted a " tired architectural lie.
One story tells about Susanoo's wicked behavior toward Izanagi, who, tired of Susanoo's repeated complaints, banishes him to Yomi.
One night when she refused to come home with him, Martin ( tired of her drunkness ) left her on the streets alone and she froze to death.
One officer, Thomas Lowe, remembered how on one occasion his unit had taken 76 prisoners – they were just too tired to carry on killing and needed a rest, he recalled.
* Jacques Cazotte, who had started as a writer of Fairy Tales, such as La Patte du Chat (" Cat's Paw "; 1741 ) and Les Mille et Une Fadaises (" A Thousand and One Silly Stories "; 1742 ), soon tired of it and ended up writing darker tales.
One day she grew tired, and asked for water.
One local official wrote of him: " I am sick and tired of this bluffer, or Quixote, or the devil knows what.
One of the women grew tired and placed her baby in a wooden basket.
One will eventually be tired and sick of destruction of nature or other people's lives and the desire for constructive live-giving actions will be dominant.
One man would support the weight of the large overhead pole at each end and walked until he tired and switched with a rested carrier.
" One reviewer found the opening scenes " funny enough " although noted that it " gets tired easily ".
One of the “ Jayhawkers of ‘ 49 ” recalled that the name sprung from their observation of hawks gracefully sailing in the air until “ the audience of jays and other small but jealous and vicious birds sail in and jab him until he gets tired of show life and slides out of trouble in the lower earth .” In the Pat Devlin stories, the jayhawk is described more in terms of its behavior ( bullying, robbing, and killing ) than the type of bird it is.
One day after school, he is approached by Allison Vernon-Williams, a pretty girl tired of being a " square ", and the two fall in love.
One guy got tired of hearing it.
One variant is a cooler with writing pad having an area meant to be used for placing a book or a writing pad – designed with students in mind although the bigger size limits its mobility and the weight usually results in tired legs for the user when used for a prolonged period of time.
One of the major drawbacks of this game is that the pitchers become tired after only a few innings.
One such paragraph had ‘‘ Regenerative Medicine ’’ as a bold print title and went on to state, ‘‘ A new branch of medicine will develop that attempts to change the course of chronic disease and in many instances will regenerate tired and failing organ systems .’’
One reason for placing all-rounders and wicket-keepers in the middle-order even though they may be more skilled than those who batted above them was because such players would be tired after bowling or keeping wicket during the preceding innings.

0.526 seconds.