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So many times I have wondered why veterinarians do not wipe the table clean before each new canine patient is placed on it for examination.
So what I am trying to tell you is the ' why ' -- that is my point -- and that concerns the spirit of the matter.
As one article put it: " So why do we agree to a system in which we're dependent on a foreign country's whim before we can prosecute a criminal inside our own borders?
So that ’ s why for some classical musicians, it ’ s very difficult for them to try to learn how to play jazz.
So while in a conventional game the announcement that one's character is going to leap over a seven-meters-wide canyon will be greeted with the request to roll a number of dice, a player in a storytelling game who wishes to have a character perform a similar feat will have to convince the others ( especially the storyteller ) why it is both probable and keeping within the established traits of their character to successfully do so.
So that a hasty verdict was brought in against him, and the question being asked, if he had anything to say, why judgement should not pass, he only said, that since the Court had refused to hear what was fit for him to speak in his defense, he had no more to say ; upon which Bridgeman pronounced the sentence.
Asked why he carried the office about with him in this way, the old major replied: ‘ So that if I meet a man who has a letter belonging to him I can give it to him, sir!
So too, many of the spirits especially concerned with the operations of nature are conceived as neutral or even benevolent ; the European peasant fears the corn-spirit only when he irritates him by trenching on his domain and taking his property by cutting the corn ; similarly, there is no reason why the more insignificant personages of the pantheon should be conceived as malevolent, and we find that the Petara of the Dyaks are far from indiscriminating and malignant, being viewed as invisible guardians of mankind.
Someone asks, “ why do you want the money ?” and you answer, “ So, I can buy an apartment overlooking the Mediterranean, and a red Ferrari .” This answer expresses the point that money is instrumentally valuable because it is a means to getting your apartment and red Ferrari.
An alternative title is So Shall We Reap: how everyone who is liable to be born in the next ten thousand years could eat very well indeed ; and why, in practice, our immediate descendants are likely to be in serious trouble, on the future of agriculture, in which he challenges the current science and technology paradigm and outlines a sustainable way of feeding the population of the world, expected to stabilise at ten billion people by the middle of the 21st Century.
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`` So help me, Crouch, I'd like to kill you where you stand, but, before I do, I'm going to hear you admit killing him.
So great a man could not but understand, too, that the thing that moves men to sacrifice their lives is not the error of their thought, which their opponents see and attack, but the truth which the latter do not see -- any more than they see the error which mars the truth they themselves defend.
So be it -- then we must embark on a crash program for 200-megaton bombs of the common or hydrogen variety, and neutron bombs, which do not exist but are said to be the coming thing.
But the greater part of semester time was actually centered around the attitudes: `` So we are married -- now how do we make the best of it ''??
So far as I know, the Comedie has never put Moliere's people in the costumes of the 20th century, but they do reinterpret plays and characters.
So, galantamine and homoaporphines do not contain isoquinoline fragment, but are, in general, attributed to isoquinoline alkaloids.
In 1702, Thomas Savery wrote in The Miner's Friend: " So that an engine which will raise as much water as two horses, working together at one time in such a work, can do, and for which there must be constantly kept ten or twelve horses for doing the same.
So far as his relations to the philosophers of the Middle Ages are concerned, he held to realism as opposed to the nominalism advanced by Occam, although in questions that had to do with ecclesiastical politics he was related to Occam and indeed went beyond him.
However, materialists have historically held that everything is made of matter, but physics has shown that gravity, for example, is not made of matter in the traditional sense of "' an inert, senseless substance, in which extension, figure, and motion do actually subsist '… So it is tempting to use ' physicalism ' to distance oneself from what seems a historically important but no longer scientifically relevant thesis of materialism, and related to this, to emphasize a connection to physics and the physical sciences.
So, the statement " a deity can do anything " is only sensible with an assumed suppressed clause, " that implies the perfection of true power.
" So I wrote him this idea of a federale from Mexico who gets hired to do hatchet jobs in the U. S. I had heard sometimes FBI or DEA have a really tough job that they don't want to get their own agents killed on, they'll hire an agent from Mexico to come do the job for $ 25, 000.