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Sometimes I wondered vaguely what he did about women for my Aunt, by blood, had died some years ago, but neither of us said anything.
Sometimes I guessed it was because the rain squall had changed direction.
Sometimes, Mrs. Coolidge would close herself in the Green Suite on the second floor, and play the piano she had brought to the White House.
Sometimes he didn't seem to because he hid them so well he couldn't find them himself or because he looked and didn't find anything and figured he hadn't hid one after all or had drunk it up.
Sometimes the pilot had to turn back if fully blocked by fog, but 85% of his trips were completed.
Sometimes I got on the wrong car and didn't get to school at all, but wound up at the ocean, or some other dismal place, and had to spend the day there.
as halfbacks, both came close to playing football at the University of Oklahoma ( `` Sometimes in the minors '', Maris recalls, `` I wished I had gone to Oklahoma '' ).
Sometimes he ruled over only one community, sometimes over several, each of which had its own abbot as well.
Sometimes they wanted a little alteration, sometimes none ; sometimes the lines needed in order to make a complete poem would come later, spontaneously or with ' a little coaxing '; sometimes he had to sit down and finish the poem with his head.
Sometimes referred to as the Princeps mathematicorum ( Latin, " the Prince of Mathematicians " or " the foremost of mathematicians ") and " greatest mathematician since antiquity ", Gauss had a remarkable influence in many fields of mathematics and science and is ranked as one of history's most influential mathematicians.
Sometimes the rank of the soldier was added to the reverse, and most members of the medical corps had a tiny cross stamped near the string holes, regardless of their religion.
Sometimes people died for their political opinions or actions, but many for little reason beyond mere suspicion, or because some others had a stake in getting rid of them.
Sometimes he determines whether they had faith that he would heal them.
Sometimes those found with grimoires, particularly of a demonological nature, were prosecuted and dealt with as witches, but in most cases those accused had no access to such books.
Sometimes a married man was allowed to join if he had his wife's permission, but he was not allowed to wear the white mantle.
Sometimes a special part of the mosque was railed off for women ; for example, the governor of Mecca in 870 had ropes tied between the columns to make a separate place for women.
Sometimes people died for their political opinions or actions, but many for little reason beyond mere suspicion, or because some others had a stake in getting rid of them.
Sometimes " national epics " such as the Nibelunglied have had a galvanizing effect on social politics.
The last straw was when Don Salvador read in a Barcelona newspaper that his son had recently exhibited in Paris a drawing of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Christ, with a provocative inscription: " Sometimes, I spit for fun on my mother's portrait ".
Sometimes they took on the form of kites, flatirons or figures-of-eight, or had rounded tops on a rectangular base with perhaps an eyehole inserted.
Sometimes performance optimizations were so aggressive that operating system control had to be disabled during a demo to avoid a crash or to achieve real-time rendering.
Sometimes psychological pressure is added by claiming that the Nigerian side, to pay certain fees, had to sell belongings and borrow money on a house, or by pointing out the different salary scale and living conditions in Africa, compared to the West.
Sometimes, a person who had dealings with taniwha during their lifetime might turn into a taniwha after they died.
Sometimes credited with the greatest development in parachutes since Leonardo da Vinci, the American Domina Jalbert invented the Parafoil which had sectioned cells in an aerofoil shape ; an open leading edge and a closed trailing edge, inflated by passage through the air – the ram-air design.

Sometimes and justify
Sometimes such a feature ( for example, the ability to change the switch character in MS-DOS, usually to a hyphen ) is included for compatibility ( in this case with Unix utilities ) or future-expansion reasons, but the software provider changes their mind or goes out of business ; the absence of documentation makes it easier to justify the feature's removal.
Sometimes OVAs garner enough interest to justify commissioning a full TV show, such as Tenchi Muyo !, El Hazard, and Read or Die.
Sometimes alleged labor shortages are used by employers to justify the importing of temporary foreign labor ( in the U. S., this would mean using the H-1 or L-1 Visa Program to import each foreign worker ).
Sometimes spurious, artificially high results are achieved, which are then used to justify an expensive dental procedure to remove the filling material.

Sometimes and European
Sometimes, the word ' Europe ' is used in a geopolitically limiting way to refer only to the European Union or, even more exclusively, a culturally defined core.
Sometimes the differences were very minor, such as extra local language characters and symbols printed on certain keycaps ( e. g. French accented characters on Canadian IIe such as " á ", " é ", " ç ", etc., or the British Pound "£" symbol on the UK IIe ) while other times the layout and shape of keys greatly differed ( e. g. European IIe ).
Sometimes the names Alpine Tethys or Western Tethys Ocean are used to describe a number of small oceanic basins that formed southwest of the European plate, to distinguish them from the Neo-Tethys Ocean in the east.
Sometimes, particularly outside of Mexico, the word " mestizo " is used with the meaning of Mexican persons with mixed Indigenous and European blood.
Sometimes referred to as European radishes or spring radishes if they're planted in cooler weather, summer radishes are generally small and have a relatively short 3 – 4 week cultivation time.
Sometimes the differences were very minor, such as extra local language characters and symbols printed on certain keycaps ( e. g. French accented characters on Canadian IIc such as “ á ,” “ é ,” “ ç ,” etc., or the British Pound “£” symbol on the UK IIc ) while other times the layout and shape of keys greatly differed ( e. g. European IIc ).
Sometimes their names are derived from European prehistory, at other times from local sites, often where they were first discovered.
Sometimes included as part of the Baltic Shield is the East European Platform ( or Russian Platform ), an area of western Russia covered by 3 km of sedimentary rock.
Sometimes individual ambition superseded party loyalty as seen by the case where a European member, on failing to obtain Alliance endorsement, resigned, stood as an independent, won the election, re-joined the Alliance and was made a Minister.
Sometimes the term is used more generally to refer to all European polyphonic music of the 14th century, thereby including such figures as Francesco Landini, who was working in Italy.
Sometimes architects simply copied plans for American or European housing projects, with only minor modifications to better suit Japanese families.
Sometimes FLE Standard Time ( and similar FLE Daylight Time ) are used to refer Eastern European Time.
Sometimes defined as a travelogue, the text has been criticised for being masculist, colonialist, simplistic and therefore unreliable as both a source on European Australians and Aboriginal culture.
Example: Erasure – Sometimes ( European 5 " CD maxi-single )
* Old European script ( Sometimes called " the Vin &# x010D ; a alphabet ".

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