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From the back of the barn it was a simple matter to reach Black's house without using the street.
It was simply a matter of curiosity, a natural right to examine.
This was a slightly different matter.
Once, then -- for how many years or how few does not matter -- my world was bound round by fences, when I was too small to reach the apple tree bough, to twist my knee over it and pull myself up.
It is testimony to the deep respect in which Mr. Eisenhower was held by members of all parties that the moral considerations raised by his approach to the matter were not explicitly to be broached.
When the possibility that he had not given reconsideration to so weighty a decision seemed to disconcert his questioners, Mr. Eisenhower was known to make his characteristic statement to the press that he was not going to talk about the matter any more.
`` Until this Hungarian Committee matter came up, Bang-Jensen was a fine and devoted individual.
`` The reason for that report was to settle the matter of the list.
As far as I'm concerned, it was a separate matter from the general Committee study of Bang-Jensen's conduct.
That unused room was large enough for -- well, say an elephant could get into it and, as a matter of fact, an elephant did.
And I was to go to work on that odd matter.
At the trial which took place later, the Pomham matter was completely omitted.
With facts mainly in his mind, he was often acute in the matter of style, and he said, `` The young who have as yet nothing to say will try larks with initial letters and broken lines.
He said it was stupid butchery to order men to make a charge like that, no matter who gave the order and what for.
He said the matter was urgent.
Afraid at one and the same time that his work might be turned down -- which would be a blow to his pride even though no one knew he was the author -- and that the work would be accepted, and then that his violent feelings in the matter would certainly betray how deeply concerned he was in spite of himself.
No matter how devoted a man was, no matter how fully he gave his life to the Lord, he could never extinguish that one spark of pride that gave him definition as an individual.
Using privately-owned vehicles was a personal hardship for such employees, and the matter of providing state transportation was felt perfectly justifiable.
Why it was ever forgotten for even a moment I cannot say because it works perfectly for everyone, no matter whether he has short or long thigh-bone lengths!!
The matter was considered and reconsidered, and finally opposed, but in spite of many objections, the Court granted a charter on January 9, 1792.

matter and finally
The first, or material men, will return to the grossness of matter and finally be consumed by fire ; the second, or animal men, together with the Demiurge, will enter a middle state, neither Pleroma nor hyle ; the purely spiritual men will be completely freed from the influence of the Demiurge and together with the Saviour and Achamoth, his spouse, will enter the Pleroma divested of body ( hyle ) and soul ( psyché ).
Although Adams was finally found innocent after years of being processed by the legal system, the judge in the habeas corpus hearing officially stated that, " much could be said about those videotape interviews, but nothing that would have any bearing on the matter before this court.
A Polish Kabbalist, writing in about 1630 – 1650, reported the creation of a golem by Rabbi Eliyahu thus: " And I have heard, in a certain and explicit way, from several respectable persons that one man close to our time, whose name is R. Eliyahu, the master of the name, who made a creature out of matter Golem and form tzurah and it performed hard work for him, for a long period, and the name of emet was hanging upon his neck, until he finally removed it for a certain reason, the name from his neck and it turned to dust.
" Greenberg did considerable soul-searching, and discussed the matter with his rabbi ; finally he relented and agreed to play on Rosh Hashanah, but stuck with his decision not to play on Yom Kippur.
The cardinal qualities of the style of Homer are well articulated by Matthew Arnold: he translator of Homer should above all be penetrated by a sense of four qualities of his author :— that he is eminently rapid ; that he is eminently plain and direct, both in the evolution of his thought and in the expression of it, that is, both in his syntax and in his words ; that he is eminently plain and direct in the substance of his thought, that is, in his matter and ideas ; and finally, that he is eminently noble.
He writes, " The first, or carnal men, will return to the grossness of matter and finally be consumed by fire ; the second, or psychic men, together with the Demiurge as their master, will enter a middle state, neither heaven ( pleroma ) nor hell ( whyle ); the purely spiritual men will be completely freed from the influence of the Demiurge and together with the Saviour and Achamoth, his spouse, will enter the pleroma divested of body ( húle ) and soul ( psuché ).
Though he failed to pass the required swimming test for a bachelor's degree ( a matter that was rectified when Columbia gave him an honorary degree in 1983 ), he stayed at the university and eventually received an instructorship and finally a doctorate in psychology.
* After Provincial Superior Court a further appeal would go to the Provincial Court of Appeal ( e. g. the Court of Appeal of Alberta ), and then finally to the Supreme Court of Canada, but as a practical matter very few summary convictions are ever heard by the Supreme Court of Canada.
This continued, until the matter finally came to trial on 23 August 1451, in Nuneaton.
However, on smaller length-scales, matter is observed to form " clumps ", i. e., to cluster hierarchically ; many atoms are condensed into stars, most stars into galaxies, most galaxies into clusters, superclusters and, finally, the largest-scale structures such as the Great Wall of galaxies.
From the world soul proceeds individual human souls, and finally, matter, at the lowest level of being and thus the least perfected level of the cosmos.
After two appeals by Agnew, he finally resigned himself to the matter and a check for $ 268, 482 was turned over to Maryland State Treasurer William S. James in early 1983.
The Democratic State Central Committee ( not the State of Texas, because the matter was a party primary ) handled the count, and it finally announced that Johnson had won by 87 votes.
The matter was finally settled in 1412 by arbitration, and the banner was to be kept in the town.
The matter was finally resolved in a June 2012 meeting of the Maryland Racing Commission, which unanimously ruled to change Secretariat's final time to 1: 53 based on testimony and analysis of the race replays.
In 1227, Dōgen received Dharma transmission and inka from Rujing, and remarked on how he had finally settled his " life's quest of the great matter ".
He discusses very carefully the nature and meaning of the divine attributes ; considers universals to be the ideal forms pre-existing in the divine mind according to which things were shaped ; holds matter to be pure potentiality which receives individual being and determinateness from the formative power of God, acting according to the ideas ; and finally maintains that the intellectus agens has no separate existence.
When the lawsuit has finally been resolved, or the allotted time to file an appeal has expired, the matter is res judicata.
The matter was not finally settled until 1322, when Lancaster was defeated at the Battle of Boroughbridge, and executed.
Rivers, concerned for Prior's safety, finally recognises that his relationship with Prior, and his other patients for that matter, is deeply paternal.
However, in April 1192 Richard finally realised that he could not return home without a final resolution to the matter, definitely relinquishing the crown in May 1192.
The question of whether the massacre had long been premeditated was not entirely settled until the late 19th century ; Lord Acton changed his mind on the matter twice, finally concluding that it was not.
This matter was finally settled by the Jay Treaty in 1794, and America's ability to bargain on all these points was greatly strengthened by the creation of the new constitution in 1787.

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