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`` One thing I notice which I have seldom heard mentioned.
from Brown Corpus
Some Related Sentences
One and thing
One thing was certain -- his method was effective, so effective that after a time even the warning notices were often unnecessary.
One thing you can say about Mr. Lyford is that he does not suffer from any insecurity as an American.
One thing Papa had not taught Henrietta was how to handle a young man as high-spirited and opinionated as herself.
One species is restricted to statements which are neither explicit nor precise regarding a particular person, place, time or thing.
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 thing should be clear to both husband and wife -- neither pain nor profuse bleeding has to occur when the hymen is ruptured during the first sex act.
One thing is certain, however, and that is that he is far more slavish to the detailed accents, phrasings and contours of the music he deals with than a confident dance creator need be.
One thing that is consistent about Poirot's retirement is that his fame declines during it, so that in the later novels he is often disappointed when characters ( especially younger characters ) recognize neither him nor his name:
The Count of Mérode-Westerloo, commander of the Flemish troops in Tallard's army wrote – " One thing is certain: we delayed our march from Alsace for far too long and quite inexplicably.
One thing alone I ask of you, holy Fathers, permit me to live in silence in these forests, near the bones of 17 of my brethren now dead.
A scholar later stated that " One thing you almost never find in a science fiction fanzine is science fiction.
Richardson was suspended from duty for a month, and in the One Rule for One episode of Frontline, fictional reporter Martin di Stasio is suspended for a month for doing exactly the same thing.
One difference between false cognates and false friends is that while false cognates mean roughly the same thing in two languages, false friends bear two distinct ( sometimes even opposite ) meanings.
:" One thing I believe I can assure you: that of my works will certainly endure the second act of Guglielmo Tell, the third act of Otello, and all of il Barbiere di Seviglia.
One of the slogans of the television advertisements stated that Intellivision was " the closest thing to the real thing "; one example in an advertisement compared golf games.
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 day I tired of following the Hetman's advice of `` shadowing '' and of the `` ring-around-the-rosie '' approach to a report that Enrico Caruso had pinched a lady's hip while visiting the Central Park monkey house.
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.
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 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 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 notice
One could hardly blame Newbold Morris, the Parks Commissioner, for devoting so much grateful mention to the department's technicians who at short notice provided the stage with its rising platforms, its balcony, its generous wings and even its impressive trapdoors for the use of the villains.
The exponential operator on the right hand side of the Schrödinger equation is usually defined by the corresponding power series in H. One might notice that taking polynomials or power series of unbounded operators that are not defined everywhere may not make mathematical sense.
One may notice from this that applying a fermionic creation operator twice gives zero, so it is impossible for the particles to share single-particle states, in accordance with the exclusion principle.
One can notice in the picture that the head of the monkey is no longer the same colour as the rest of his body and it appears worn.
One of the British officers noted that Irina " appeared shy and retiring at first, but it was only necessary to take a little notice of her pretty, small daughter to break through her reserve and discover that she was also very charming and spoke fluent English ".
One Florin Japanese American resident named Tsukamoto recalled " everyone was given short notice for removal.
One of them takes notice of a fan lying on a table ( Lady Windermere's ) and presumes that Lord Darlington presently has a woman visiting.
One of his first acts on leaving college was to recruit three hundred men from his clan to form part of a regiment in the service of William and Mary, in which he himself was to hold a command, his object being to have a body of well-trained soldiers under his influence, whom at a moment's notice he might carry over to the interest of King James.
One of his friends has said that you sometimes notice that Charlie Christensen gets a particular look and then a few weeks later you read what you just said in an Arne Anka strip.
One might notice the similarities between the traditional depictions of the Dormition of the Theotokos in Byzantine iconography and the account of the death of the Egyptian Desert Father, Sisoes the Great.
One, known as a death notice, omits most biographical details and may be a legally required public notice under some circumstances.
One can notice that some engines of the Paris-Orléans company were dedicated to passenger service on difficult mountain lines.
One such anomaly is the Gormeel Slaad, which is a subtype introduced in an article in Dragon ( magazine ) as a large, mutant variety " born from the Spawning Stone ", and escaping the notice of Ygorl and Ssendam.
One example is a general purpose classification program called AutoClass which was originally used to classify stars according to spectral characteristics that were otherwise too subtle to notice.
One of Constantine ’ s first acts was to give notice to the Frankish King, Pepin the Short of his election, to secure the king ’ s approval of his actions.
One can notice the similarity between this property and the fact that, if M and N are subspaces of a Banach space where M is closed and N is finite dimensional, then is also closed.
One selection, " Love Comes from Unexpected Places ", won Best Composition at the 1977 American Song Festival and gained additional notice after it was recorded by Barbra Streisand on her 1977 album Streisand Superman.
I'd visit him because I loved listening to his stories, and I started to notice his personal pictures -- Sophia Loren kissing him on the cheek, or a shot of him hanging out with Jack Kennedy, and I started thinking, ' One day I ’ m going to be an older guy, and I want to be able to show my grandkids what I did during my career.
One feature of the University that has attracted notice is its continuation of the tradition of " tutorial " teaching ( i. e. very small group teaching ) which its founders brought over from the University of Oxford.
One historian, citing five interviews with pilots and an unpublished manuscript by a sixth, observed that Gabreski flew the fastest aircraft available and failed to notice when his slower wingmen could not keep up.