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So you thought I didn't mean what I said.
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So and you
`` 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, I say, Mr. Speaker, God bless you and keep you for many years not only for this body but for the United States of America and the free world.
So with four complete Push-Pull Super-Sets No. 1, four of No. 2, four of No. 3 and four to six sets of the Incline Bench Press, you can see that Henri De Courcy has had a terrific mass-building, muscle-shaping, torso-defining workout that cannot be improved upon.
So much for the tiresome facts, as familiar to you, I'm sure, as to the constables and state troopers who followed in your wake.
So in closing, fellow retired members, I advise you to make the most of each day, enjoy each one to the n'th degree.
So what I am trying to tell you is the ' why ' -- that is my point -- and that concerns the spirit of the matter.
So you can see that Gerald G. Ramsey, director of SMU's food services, is not the ordinary type of craven, women-trodden chef.
So and thought
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 impressive were those serious years of study at the university that Hans later wrote, `` to be perfectly free, the young man must revel in the great kingdom of thought and imagination ; ;
( So prevalent are these isolated peaks and ridges that a specialised term has been adopted in Germany to describe this kind of country, thought to be in great part the result of wind action.
So intellect after receiving cognitive structures form the mind and illumination from pure consciousness creates thought structures that appear to be conscious.
So there is a one-to-one map between vectors ( thought of as tangent vectors at a point ) and derivations.
These coffee-house clubs soon became hotbeds of political scandal-mongering and intriguing, and in 1675 King Charles II issued a proclamation which ran: “ His Majesty hath thought fit and necessary that coffee houses be ( for the future ) put down and suppressed ,” because “ in such houses divers false, malitious and scandalous reports are devised and spread abroad to the Defamation of his Majesty ’ s Government and to the Disturbance of Peace and Quiet of the Realm .” So unpopular was this proclamation that it was almost instantly found necessary to withdraw it, and by Anne ’ s reign the coffee-house club was a feature of England ’ s social life.
That's how the first two films ended ," he said, " So I thought, let them lose the Grail, and let the father – son relationship be the main point.
So little is known about the New Zealand Storm Petrel that is was thought extinct for 150 years until its rediscovery in 2003, although this record is dwarfed by that of the Bermuda Petrel which was considered extinct for 330 years.
as it was when it came, that's how I thought it was supposed to be ... So for about nine months I learned funny little melodies with my guitar tuned out.
So when Haitian professor Florentine Morás discovered what he thought to be evidence of an ancient volcano on Haiti, Hildebrand suggested it could be a telltale feature of a nearby impact.
His hot sauce includes the phrase: “ So hot you ’ ll need two assholes .” In a 2010 interview, Anthony said, " I thought was kind of witty.
* In Mrs Dalloway, as a plane flew over a shell-shocked soldier, '" So, thought Septimus, they are signalling to me ... smoke words "'.
So I thought: ' Fuck, I've been chucked because Lydon's been chucked ', and I went along to Franc and told him to give me the part of Monkey ... and I think he was so taken aback – I was quite rude – that he gave me the part.
So, an element of TM can be thought of as a pair ( x, v ), where x is a point in M and v is a tangent vector to M at x.