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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.
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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 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 is
One of my virtues or vices is a sort of three-dimensional imagination complete with sound effects and glorious living color.
One is tempted to say that, on the difference between the concepts of sovereignty in these two preambles, the worst war of the Nineteenth century was fought.
One is that they were established, or gained eminence, under pressure provided by these same immigrants, from whom the old families wished to segregate their children.
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 way to determine whether we have so dangerous a technology would be to check the strength of our society's organs to see if their functioning is as healthy as before.
One is so accustomed to think of men as the privileged who need but ask and receive, and women as submissive and yielding, that our sympathies are usually enlisted on the side of the man whose love is not returned, and we condemn the woman as a coquette.
One who invites such trials of character is either foolhardy, overconfident or too simple and childlike in faith in mankind to see the danger.
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.
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 of the most frequent views of the value of literature is the education of sensibility that it is thought to provide.
One might argue that the ultimate purpose of literary scholarship is to correct this spontaneous provincialism that is likely to obscure the horizons of the general public, of the newspaper critic, and of the creative artist himself.
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.