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Perhaps the most eloquent move toward removal of racial barriers has been in Dallas.
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Perhaps the most illuminating example of the reduction of fear through understanding is derived from our increased knowledge of the nature of disease.
Perhaps the mere fact that by plucking on the nerves nature can awaken in the most ordinary of us, temporarily anyway, the sleeping poet, and in poets can discover their immortality, is the most remarkable of all the remarkable phenomena to which we can attest??
Perhaps it is only an analogy, but one of the most obvious differences between cheap fiction and fiction of an enduring quality is the development of a theme or story with leisure and anticipation.
Perhaps the most powerful and most frequently recurring literary influence on the Western world has been that of the Old and New Testament.
Perhaps his most important private activity was the combination of reading, discussion with a few -- if we can trust his writings to Diodati and the younger Gill, very few -- congenial companions.
Perhaps the most important incentive for them will be clear evidence that where other countries have done this kind of home work we have responded with long-term commitments.
Perhaps the Pirate who will be the unhappiest over the news that Musial probably will sit out most of the series is Bob Friend, who was beaten by The Man twice last season on dramatic home runs.
Perhaps the most unusual thing about the privately operated buses is the fact that they are all highly decorated and personalized, with decaling and home made interior designs that range from comic book scenes, to erotic themes, and even to " Hello Kitty " themes.
The project involved 3, 400 workers, mostly immigrants from Europe, along with hundreds of Mohawk iron workers, many from the Kahnawake reserve near Montreal. Perhaps the most famous popular culture representation of the building is in the 1933 film King Kong, in which the title character, a giant ape, climbs to the top to escape his captors but falls to his death after being attacked by airplanes.
Perhaps most importantly, he formulated the terminology still in use for various complex chess strategies.
Perhaps Capp's most popular creations were the Shmoos, creatures whose incredible usefulness and generous nature made them a threat to civilization as we know it.
Perhaps the most important aspect of Army 2020 is that the Territorial Army will become " fully integrated " with the Regular Army and " better prepared " for overseas deployments and operations.
Perhaps the most famous of these is Louis Eliasberg, the only collector thus far to assemble a complete set of known coins of the United States.
Perhaps the most famous specimen of Homo erectus found in China is the so-called Peking Man discovered in 1923-27.
Perhaps the most important example is the Universal Declaration of Human Rights under the UN Charter.
Perhaps not surprisingly given the injury to Walker and the trading of two of the team's most popular players, the Rockies finished third in the National League in attendance in 2000, marking the first time in club history that it did not lead the league in attendance.
Perhaps the most cited explanation is that " chocolate " comes from Nahuatl, the language of the Aztecs, from the word chocolātl, which many sources derived from xocolātl, from xococ ' sour ' or ' bitter ', and ātl ' water ' or ' drink '.
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Perhaps the most significant works commissioned for the library were those of Nicole Oresme, who translated Aristotle's Politics, Ethics and Economics into eloquent French for the first time ( an earlier attempt had been made at the Politics, but the manuscript is now lost ).
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Perhaps more importantly, the dynamism of Toulouse, as well as the fact that many young people from Midi-Pyrénées move to Toulouse after high-school, means that the inhabitants of Midi-Pyrénées identify more and more with the regional capital, which acts as a strong bond between people and areas otherwise quite diverse.
Perhaps the biggest irony for some is that residence that marked the move of the aristocrats from the northside to the southside ( where the wealthier Dubliners have remained to this day ), and that in some ways embodied Georgian Dublin, Leinster House, home of the Duke of Leinster, ended up as the parliament of independent republican Ireland ; but his family also produced the republican leader Lord Edward Fitzgerald.
Perhaps the company's most controversial move came with 2008's unveiling of the LZR ( pronounced " lazer ") Racer — a suit, as Speedo's website boasts, " so fast, it was banned from competition ".
Perhaps his move was motivated by his concerns about Norfolk's exceptionally poor judgment in attempting to marry Mary Stuart, which led to his imprisonment in the Tower in 1569 and his condemnation in 1572 following the Ridolfi Plot.
Perhaps more surprisingly, he made a bold move to manage Plymouth Argyle, a club which had reached the lowest ebb in its history, struggling in the English Football League Third Division.
Perhaps learning a lesson after the Newark Evening News ’ disastrous move to a high traffic area ( trapping its delivery trucks in inner-city traffic ) the Star-Ledger opened a satellite plant in Piscataway.
Perhaps in a conscious move to make Howards ' Way seem more and more like a British Dynasty, actress Kate O ' Mara, who had previously starred in The Brothers and had recently appeared in the American supersoap as Caress Morrell, was also brought in to play ruthless businesswoman Laura Wilde.
Perhaps because of this unexpected artistic move, the single only reached No. 65 on the Billboard Singles Charts.
Perhaps the single most memorable aspect of his game is the off-balance, unorthodox sling-style shooting technique he perfected — a move that served him so well in the first part of his career, but deserted him later on.
Perhaps the most astonishing possibility is utilizing these signals to provide ' locked in ' individuals, those without the ability to move or speak, an avenue of communication.
Perhaps the most highly regarded pioneer player of the 20th century, Go Seigen, created an uproar when he played his third move ( black 5 ) on the tengen, or center point in a game against the reigning Honinbo Shusai.
Perhaps I shouldn't call it that, but I think everyone was very pleased to see the end of the S and move on to the 420.
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Perhaps the public's present attitude toward business stems from the fact that the `` rugged capitalist entrepreneur '' no more exists in America.
Perhaps under the guidance of this Nazi principle one could, as Eichmann declared, feel personally friendly toward the Jews and still be their murderer.
Perhaps his education strengthened a tendency toward introspection and independence, characteristics which appear strongly in his doctrines and writings.
Perhaps even more than the drive toward independent achievement, shy people long to make connections to others, often through altruistic behavior.
Perhaps seeing a chance to recover his kingdom, Demetrius immediately advised the young king to make peace with the Aetolians, and turn his attentions toward Illyria and Italy.
Perhaps because of the intensity of male-male competition and the threat of infanticide, interactions between groups are typically hostile: the males display aggressively toward one another and sometimes engage in physical aggression ( even killing an opponent ), while females grab their infants and run.
Perhaps the most infamous usage of the hachimaki was by the kamikaze pilots toward the end of World War II.