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Johnson recommended that strict uniformity in religious externals was the best antidote to the negative religious traits that he linked to Whiggism.
Wolfowitz tried to change the administration ’ s policy, stating in an April 15, 1985 article in The Wall Street Journal that " The best antidote to Communism is democracy.
Taut, imaginative and complex, this is one of the best American films of the year and a wonderful antidote to the numbing sameness of movies.
With no chance of going back to retrieve the bottle of antidote, they decide that their best hope is to find the ingredients to recreate the antidote themselves.
Vera became an instant hit as one of the Russian symbolism's first masterpieces, its colourful mysticism seen by many as a healthy antidote to the narodnik's ' social reflections ', rather lacklustre at the best of times.

best and for
( The best evidence is that he received a monthly wage of about $125, very good money in an era when top hands worked for $30 and found.
Singing into the mirror and his interested eyes, he was pleased to note, when he stripped for his own bath, that he still had the best part of his Italian sun tan.
Washington never had a chance to work for an extended stretch at the occupation he loved best, plantation management.
The networks for military communications are one of the best examples of networks which not only must be changed with the changes in objectives but also must be changed with the addition of new machines of war.
Ironically no president we have had would have regretted more than President Eisenhower the possibility to which his own words, in the press conference held at the beginning of August, testified: that unable as he was himself to say his running was best for the country, unconsciously he had placed his party before his nation.
The best gifts of the novelist will be wasted on the reader who is insulated against any surprises the novelist may have in store for him.
The Rooseveltian America was a haven of liberalism and progress and seemed to him to constitute the last best hope for civilization.
Here Wright gave a slight sigh of weariness, and continued, `` It means more long years lived across the social grain of the life of our people, making shift to live in the face of popular disrespect and misunderstanding as I best can for myself and those dependent upon me ''.
A truism is that the time to prepare for the worst is when times are best.
In `` My Song's Young Virgin Date '', for example, Thompson wrote: `` Yea, she that had my song's young virgin date Not now, alas, that noble singular she, I nobler hold, though marred from her once state, Than others in their best integrity.
Obviously the commander-in-chief had confidence that Morgan would furnish him good intelligence too, for on the 23rd of May, he told Morgan that the British were prepared to move, perhaps in the night, and asked Morgan to have two of his best horses ready to dispatch to General Smallwood with the intelligence obtained.
Affirmatively Baker worked on the premise that `` young men spontaneously prefer to be decent, and that opportunities for wholesome recreation are the best possible cure for irregularities in conduct which arise from idleness and the baser temptations ''.
Sturley wrote to Quiney that Sir Edward `` gave his allowance and liking thereof, and affied unto us his best endeavour, so that his rights be preserved '', and that `` Sir Edward saith we shall not be at any fault for money for prosecuting the cause, for himself will procure it and lay it down for us for the time ''.
they merely do their best to make it real for others ''.
It was, the brief writers decided, `` man's best hope for a peaceful and law abiding world ''.
And there, on the way, had been the box turtle, that slow, self-contained, world-ignoring relic of pre-history, bent, for reasons best known to itself, on crossing the road.
Civil Defense has far to go and many problems to solve, but is it not in the best spirit of our pioneer tradition to be not only willing, but prepared to care for our own families and help our neighbors in any disaster -- storm, flood, accident or even war??
Yet although the Kennedy Administration, and the Eisenhower Administration before it, have both declared themselves solidly for repeal of the Connally amendment, as contrary to our best interests, no action has yet been taken.
His parents talked seriously and lengthily to their own doctor and to a specialist at the University Hospital -- Mr. McKinley was entitled to a discount for members of his family -- and it was decided it would be best for him to take the remainder of the term off, spend a lot of time in bed and, for the rest, do pretty much as he chose -- provided, of course, he chose to do nothing too exciting or too debilitating.

best and bitterness
He died in poverty and, as poems such as Mairg nach fuil ' na Dhubhthuata ( O It's best be a total boor ) show, with bitterness on him towards the ' blind ignorant crew ' that was the peasantry.
However, the new " Order " was soon best with arguments and a power struggle led to bitterness and break-ups.
The best lots of Blue Mountain coffee are noted for their mild flavour and lack of bitterness.

best and disappointment
Disappointed at not being able to stay at Berkeley, Sapir devoted his best efforts to other work, and did not get around to write up any of the Yana material for publication until 1910, to Kroeber's deep disappointment.
He got 18 % of the vote, the best result for a Communist Party candidate in Britain for some time, but it seemed like a disappointment as some thought he might win.
Erving again was among the league's best players in the 1980 – 1981 and 1981 – 1982 seasons, although more disappointment came as the Sixers stumbled twice in the playoffs: in 1981, the Celtics eliminated them in 7 games in the 1981 Eastern Finals after Philadelphia had a 3 – 1 series lead, but lost both Game 5 and Game 6 by 2 points and the deciding Game 7 by 1 ) and in 1982, the Sixers managed to beat the defending champion Celtics in 7 games in the 1982 Eastern Finals but lost the NBA Finals to the Los Angeles Lakers in 6 games.
Remington completed another novel in 1902, John Ermine of the Yellowstone, a modest success but a definite disappointment as it was completely overshadowed by the best seller The Virginian, written by his sometime collaborator Owen Wister, which became a classic Western novel.
In 2004, Tony Martin and Shaun Micallef began work on a TV sketch comedy series for the ABC with the working title Mouse-Patrol but after they wrote enough material for the first three episodes, the project was cancelled by management, much to Martin's disappointment who commented in an interview in 2009 that the un-filmed scripts contained the best sketch stuff he had written for TV.
Considered as one of the best campaign orators, Meredith's decision caused both shock and disappointment within the Tory ranks.
At their best they grab life for its different joys and wonders and truly live in the moment but, at their worst, they dash trepidatiously from one new endeavor to another, too scared of disappointment to actually enjoy themselves.
The Wall Street Journal in 1979 called him the " biggest disappointment " in the Carter cabinet, while Public Citizen President Joan Claybrook, who led the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration under Adams, called him " absolutely one of the best transportation secretaries we've ever had.
Tom Milne said that the film was " almost universally greeted as a disappointment, at best a whimsical exercise in the faux-naif in its attempt to capture the poetic simplicity of medieval faith, at worse an anticlimatic blunder " and that it was " rather like watching the animation of a medieval manuscript, with the text gravely read aloud while the images — cramped and crowded, coloured with jewelled brillance, delighting the eye with bizarre perspectives — magnificently play the role traditionally assigned to marginal illuminations.
While good, he was not the best, and in one telling scene, after losing first place in a boxing tournament, the Emperor throws his son ’ s second-place trophy into the river out of disappointment.
The result allowed Switzerland to achieve their best result for years and automatic qualification for next year's final, but for the group it was a disappointment considering their popularity and good odds for winning the contest.
The London Evening Standard found the lack of surprise ( namely, calling the episode " Dalek ") the only disappointment, and Daily Mirror simply stated that " for 30 pant-shittingly wonderful minutes, BBC1's new Doctor Who was the best thing on telly.
After the initial flush of success some lean years followed and Mattie had to bear the disappointment of two county final defeats with Ballygar at the hands of Tuam Stars and Dunmore McHales, the later by the narrowest of margins but the best was yet to come.
Some of his best friends joined the Nazi party, a terrible disappointment for him.
In his best patriotic poems – Stara pjesma ( Old Song ), 1909 and Iseljenik ( Immigrant ) – the poet, who returned to his homeland in 1908, shows his disappointment with the Croats under Hungarian oppression.
Dacia's players were leaving the field in disappointment after the game against Hamburg though it was one of the best results achieved by Moldovan teams in UEFA tournaments.
Mullally did not play in England in 1989, and the 1989 / 90 Australian season was something of a disappointment as he took just 11 first-class wickets, but in 1990 Mullally returned to county cricket with Leicestershire, doing reasonably well with the highlight a haul of 6-38 ( which remains his best in List A cricket ) in a one-day game against the touring New Zealanders in June.
Though Fist of Legend is widely considered one of Li's best films, during the downturn period of the Hong Kong film industry, its HK $ 14, 785, 382 box office gross was considered a disappointment.
He shrugged off that disappointment to be one of Hawthorn's best players in the 1976 VFL Grand Final triumph, later joining some of his teammates at Peter Crimmins ' bedside.
While Stojanov was considered a major disappointment for a 7th overall pick during his time in Vancouver, he is now best known as the player dealt for Markus Näslund.

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