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:" The first part of our arithmetic organ ... should be a parallel storage organ which can receive a number and add it to the one already in it, which is also able to clear its contents and which can store what it contains.
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In his Materials for a History of the Baptists in Rhode Island, Edwards wrote :" The first mover himself for it Baptist college in 1762 was laughed at as a projector of a thing impracticable.
:" Turning from the northern parts to the mouth of the Baltic Sea we first meet the Norwegians ( Nortmanni ), then the Danish region of Skåne ( Sconia ) stands out, and beyond these live the Geats ( Gothi ) for a long stretch all the way to Birka.
:" For this city he ordained, as the first among our people, the abbot Hiltin, whom he wanted to call John.
:" It is my conviction that intentional phenomenology has for the first time made spirit as spirit the field of systematic scientific experience, thus effecting a total transformation of the task of knowledge.
:" It was from noble families that this evil first started, and when shameful things seem to be approved by the fashionable, then the common people will surely think them correct ... This only, they say, stands the stress of life: a good and just spirit in a man.
:" I remember very vividly the first month, January, 1939, that I started working at the Pupin Laboratories because things began happening very fast.
Tony West, his lawyer, explained it as follows :" One of the first things he told Army interrogators when they questioned him on December 3 of last year was that after 9 / 11 happened, he wanted to leave the front lines but couldn't for fear of his life.
:" You spend the first forty years of your life trying to get in this fucking business, and the next forty years trying to get out.
:" then they joined arms one upon the other, made a circle, went round the circle, with their feet stepping hard and stamping ; one sang first, with the others all following after.
:" It is to be regretted that this first comprehensive and thorough-going presentation of a mathematical logic and the derivation of mathematics from it so greatly lacking in formal precision in the foundations ( contained in * 1 -* 21 of Principia ) that it represents in this respect a considerable step backwards as compared with Frege.
According to the usual precedence rules, the unary message " new " is sent first, and then " label :" and " open " are sent to the answer of " new ".
:" Mozart's music was generally admired by connoisseurs already at the first performance, if I except only those whose self-love and conceit will not allow them to find merit in anything not written by themselves.
:" In 1710, while writing the first biography of Genghis Khan, the French scholar François Pétis de La Croix published a book of tales and fables combining various Asian literary themes.
:" We can guess that Susan original title of Northanger Abbey, in its first outline, was written very much for family entertainment, addressed to a family audience, like all Jane Austen ’ s juvenile works, with their asides to the reader, and absurd dedications ; some of the juvenilia, we know, were specifically addressed to her brothers Charles and Frank ; all were designed to be circulated and read by a large network of relations.
Green wrote to Freeman on 11 November 1875 :" I am very sorry to have missed you, dear Freeman ... Little Evans — son of John Evans the great — has just come back from the Herzegovina which he reached by way of Lapland, having started from the Schools in excitement at the ' first ' I wrung for him out of the obdurate Stubbs ..."
:" If the second variant takes place and the imperialists invade Cuba with the aim of occupying it, the dangers of their aggressive policy are so great that after such an invasion the Soviet Union must never allow circumstances in which the imperialists could carry out a nuclear first strike against it.
The Dutch were the first Europeans to settle in the area on the western end of Long Island, also inhabited by a Native American people, the Lenape ( often referred to in contemporary colonial documents by the Lenape place-name for one of the larger native settlements :" Canarsee ").
:" Around 380, Gregory Nazianzen, describing the Constantinian Church of the Holy Apostles at Constantinople, was the first to point out its resemblance to a cross.
The spirit of the paper during the first ten years of its existence was summed up in a Feb. 1, 1969 staff editorial :" We believe that people who are serious in their criticism of this society and their desire to change it must involve themselves in serious revolutionary struggle.
:" To destroy this invisible Government, to dissolve the unholy alliance between corrupt business and corrupt politics is the first task of the statesmanship of the day.
:" The first pope who used it in an official act and relied upon it, was Leo IX ; in a letter of 1054 to Michael Cærularius, Patriarch of Constantinople, he cites the " Donatio " to show that the Holy See possessed both an earthly and a heavenly imperium, the royal priesthood.
:" 20 Then he looked on Amalek and took up his discourse and said, Amalek was the first among the nations, but its end is utter destruction.
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" Of the scholastics he says :" Yet they will have us beleeve, that by the Almighty power of God, one body may be at one and the same time in many places problem of the universals ; and many bodies at one and the same time in one place whole and the parts ; ... And these are but a small part of the Incongruencies they are forced to, from their disputing philosophically, in stead of admiring, and adoring of the Divine and Incomprehensible Nature ...."
An editorial in the St. Petersburg Times argued :" Reno's reputation as a state attorney, the foundation for her eight years as the nation's attorney general and her candidacy for governor of Florida, was built in significant part by her aggressive prosecution of three sensational child abuse cases in Miami-Dade County.
:" If the pantheist starts with the belief that the one great reality, eternal and infinite, is God, he sees everything finite and temporal as but some part of God.
:" The King of England was struck with great astonishment, and wondered what alliance could mean, and, taking precautions for the future, frequently sent messengers into France for the purpose of recalling his son Richard ; who, pretending that he was peaceably inclined and ready to come to his father, made his way to Chinon, and, in spite of the person who had the custody thereof, carried off the greater part of his father's treasures, and fortified his castles in Poitou with the same, refusing to go to his father.
:" Of course, that the Škoda became such a figure of fun was in part due to its ubiquity on Britain's roads.
:" As for Bactria, a part of it lies alongside Aria towards the north, though most of it lies above Aria and to the east of it.
at: 07 / 01 / 1984 text :" July 1984, BMDO became a part of Strategic Defense Initiative Organization ( SDIO ) which was created 3 months earlier by Reagan administration.
" He expressed his hope that the film's message would be heard :" I can say in truth that the playing of this part has affected my whole life and the impressions will never leave me.
:" No man is an Island, intire of it selfe ; every man is a peece of the Continent, a part of the maine ; if a Clod bee washed away by the Sea, Europe is the lesse, as well as if a Promontorie were, as well as if a Mannor of thy friends or of thine owne were ; any mans death diminishes me, because I am involved in Mankinde ; And therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls ; It tolls for thee.
" His rationalist view of the cosmos is evinced also in Plutarch's letter of consolation to Apollonius :" according to Simonides a thousand or ten thousand years are an undeterminable point, or rather the tiniest part of a point.
:" numberless buildings erected in the very water, for the bed of the lake in this part is rock ; and they have built pleasure houses that are supported on columns of marble, rising up out of the water.
:" Satan, ruler of darkness, giver of evil, destroyer of what is good and just, is not now, nor ever again will be, a part of this town of Inglis.
:" Frankly, my dear, I don't give a small copper coin weighing one tolah, eight mashas and seven surkhs, being the fortieth part of a rupee '.
:" The most important principles of humanitarian action are humanity, which posits the conviction that all people have equal dignity by virtue of their membership in humanity, impartiality, which directs that assistance is provided based solely on need, without discrimination among recipients, neutrality, which stipulates that humanitarian organizations must refrain from taking part in hostilities or taking actions that advantage one side of the conflict over another, and independence, which is necessary to ensure that humanitarian action only serves the interests of war victims, and not political, religious, or other agendas.
In an article he wrote for Life magazine, Williams discussed why he chose her for the part :" Anna and I had both cherished the dream that her appearance in the part I created for her in The Fugitive Kind would be her greatest triumph to date ... he is simply a rare being who seems to have about her a little lightning-shot cloud all her own ....
:" though he was best known in the medical world for his theory and practice of hypnotism, he had also obtained wonderfully successful results by operation in cases of club foot and other deformities, which brought him patients from every part of the kingdom.
:" When it was clear the Israelis were going to withdraw fully from Lebanon, Syrian and Lebanese officials fabricated the fiction that this small, sparsely populated area was part of Lebanon.
:" Share with Taeniolabidoidea the general shape of the skull, with anterior part of zygomatic arches directed roughly transversely and very short basicranial region, which gives the skull a square-like appearance, but differ from them in having a strongly elongated snout and different dentition ," ( Kielan-Jaworowska & Hurum 2001, p. 418 ).
:" During the whole proceeding ... his countenance was overcast, and he had the constrained manner of a most unwilling actor in an embarrassing part.