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The only people in attendance were actor William Holden, the best man, and his wife, actress Brenda Marshall, the matron of honor.
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Although it was dark as usual I could see that the hall had only recently contained a great many people.
In fact it has caused us to give serious thought to moving our residence south, because it is not easy for the most objective Southerner to sit calmly by when his host is telling a roomful of people that the only way to deal with Southerners who oppose integration is to send in troops and shoot the bastards down.
This is the only case in modern history of a people of Britannic origin submitting without continued struggle to what they view as foreign domination.
He was a learned and brilliant man, one of the best jurists in Europe and with flashes of penetrating insight, and yet in his dealings with other people, particularly when he tried to be ingratiating, he was capable of an abysmal stupidity that can have come only from a complete incomprehension of human nature and human motives.
It usually turned out well for him because either he liked the right people or there were only a few wrong people in the town.
He concluded that selective service would not only prevent the disorganization of essential war industries but would avoid the undesirable moral effects of the British reliance on enlistment only -- `` where the feeling of the people was whipped into a frenzy by girls pinning white feathers on reluctant young men, orators preaching hate of the Germans, and newspapers exaggerating enemy outrages to make men enlist out of motives of revenge and retaliation ''.
The novels and stories like Pohl's Drunkard's Walk ( 1960 ), with the focus on adventure and with the dystopian elements only a dim background -- in this case an uneasy, overpopulated world in which the mass of people do uninteresting routine jobs while a carefully selected, university-trained elite runs everything -- are in all likelihood as numerous as dystopias.
This is not to deny the existence of pogroms and ghettos, but only to assert that these horrors have had an effect on the nerves of people who did not experience them, that among the various side effects is the local hysteria of Jewish writers and intellectuals who cry out from confusion, which they call oppression and pain.
These are, of course, the same people whose support he has only now rejected to seek the independent vote.
The United States was engaged in a military attack on a peaceful, orderly people governed by a regime that had proved itself the most pro-Western and anti-Communist within any of the new nations -- the only place in Africa, moreover, where a productive relationship between whites and blacks had apparently been achieved.
The charges by the late junior Senator from Wisconsin not only destroyed innocent people but misled the nation.
I have heard people talk with contempt about the British regulars, but that only proves that a lot of people talk about things of which they are deplorably ignorant.
I pay my personal tribute to Sam Rayburn, stalwart Texan and great American, not only because today he establishes a record of having served as Speaker of the House of Representatives more than twice as long as Henry Clay, but because of the contributions he has made to the welfare of the people of the Nation during his almost half century of service as a Member of Congress.
A blow to this phase of the Central's operations would have serious economic consequences not only to the railroad itself, but to the 40,000 people per day who are provided with efficient, reasonably priced transportation in and out of the city.
Many people think that pansies last only a few weeks, then their period of growth and bloom is over.
Naturally, a park site with scenic views, a good lake, trees, and sand dunes, will attract more people than a nearby area with only trees and dunes.
One subject changed when given only the information that some people have something happen to their arm when they relax.
Speaking with `` great earnestness '', he said: `` For the Russian people, the question of Poland is not only a question of honor but also a question of security.
These were the years when people flocked to Manchester not only to play golf, which had come into vogue, but also to witness the Ekwanok Country Club tournaments.
Dickens not only reveals character through gesture, he makes hands a crucial element of the plot, a means of clarifying the structure of the novel by helping to define the hero's relations with all the major characters, and a device for ordering such diverse themes as guilt, pursuit, crime, greed, education, materialism, enslavement ( by both people and institutions ), friendship, romantic love, forgiveness, and redemption.
It is only fairly recently, however, that linguists have developed a systematic way of charting voices on paper in a way that tells even more about the speakers and about the success or failure of human communication between two people.
Interpretation, naturally, remains the role of the therapist, but orientation -- not only the patient's vocal giveaways of geographical and socio-economic background, but also vocal but non-verbal giveaways of danger spots in his relationship to people -- can be considerably beefed up by the linguist.
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Not only were the contestants pleased with the Class, but it aroused the interest of all in attendance that day.
Of the roughly three hundred bishops in attendance at the Council of Nicea, only two bishops did not sign the Nicene Creed, which condemned Arianism.
The AFL is the List of sports attendance figures # Top 10 in average attendance | most attended national competition in Australia and the only fully professional league for Australian football in the world.
It was only when Jacqueline performed well in a children's play with Richelieu in attendance that Étienne was pardoned.
On April 12, 2010 the team set a club record for the lowest paid attendance in Camden Yards history, only 9, 129 attended the game versus the Tampa Bay Rays
The Browns ' on-field feats only amplified their popularity, and the team saw a record-setting average attendance of 57, 000 per game in its first season.
In this period of renewed football attendances, Charlton became one of only eleven English football teams to average over 40, 000 as their attendance during a full season.
In the Education ( Scotland ) Act, it is only necessary to produce a register as proof of lack of attendance.
Hawks was in attendance of the screening and attempted to have the only print of the film destroyed.
Kirk schools were not free, attendance was not compulsory and they generally imparted only basic literacy such as the ability to read the Bible.
Manchester United has the third highest average attendance of European football clubs only behind Borussia Dortmund and FC Barcelona.
Eisenhower himself was baptized in the Presbyterian church shortly after assuming the presidency, the only president thus far to undergo such a rite while in office ; and his attendance at West Point was in sharp opposition to the pacifist tenets of the groups to which his parents belonged.
The attendance mark of 63, 130 was second lowest only to the first Super Bowl's attendance of 61, 946, and the Metrodome was the smallest stadium to ever host the Super Bowl.
Many secular Jews attend synagogue on Yom Kippur — for many secular Jews the High Holy Days are the only recurring times of the year in which they attend synagogue — causing synagogue attendance to soar.
The first league, the National Colored Base Ball League, was organized strictly as a minor league but failed in 1887 after only two weeks owing to low attendance.
On March 29, 1939, during a break in production on Gone with the Wind, Gable and Lombard drove out to Kingman, Arizona and were married in a ceremony with only Gable's press agent, Otto Winkler, in attendance.
Despite the high attendance, the second reading was approved by only one vote, and further progress on the Reform Bill was difficult.