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The real U-571 was never involved in any such events, was not captured, and was in fact sunk in January 1944, off Ireland, by a Short Sunderland flying boat from No. 461 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force.
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The real U-571, captained by Oberleutnant zur See Gustav Lüssow, was lost with all hands on 28 January 1944, west of Ireland.
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`` They knew I was a good sharecrop farmer back in Carolina, but out West was a chance to build a real farm of our own.
There was no real sign of the river now, just a roiling, oily ribbon of liquid movement through muddy waters that reached everywhere.
The girl took a couple of steps toward the man in shorts when Benson, in that barefoot courtliness Ramey could never decide was real, said, `` You don't want to go around there, Ma'am ''.
Anyone who tried to remedy some of the most glaring defects in our form of democracy was denounced as a traitorous red whose real purpose was the destruction of our government.
After that, he declared, `` to return to freedom was to fall to one's knees before the real world and adore it ''.
Both Baker and Fosdick knew that a substitute was necessary, that a verboten approach was not the real answer.
J. T. Shotwell was appalled by such spurious history as that which attributed the fall of the Carolingian empire to the woolen trade, and he urged Adams to `` transform his essay into a real history, embodying not merely those facts which fit into his theory, but also the modifications and exceptions ''.
When he was in the war, he was in Law or Supplies or something like that, and an old buddy of his told me he would come down on Sundays to the Pentagon and read the citations for medals -- just like the one we sent in for Trig -- and go away with a real glow.
The bank which held the mortgage on the old church declared that the interest was considerably in arrears, and the real estate people said flatly that the land across the river was being held for an eventual development for white working people who were coming in, and that none would be sold to colored folk.
He appeared in the hopples about November 14, was treated for worms on the 18th, the latter date being the first time he struck a real pace.
`` That House & Home Round Table was the real starting point for today's revolution in materials handling '', says Clarence Thompson, long chairman of the Lumber Dealers' Research Council.
However, there was no real question of the justice of creating a strong Poland, both industrially and agriculturally, and one unplagued by large minorities of Germans or Russians.
It is the similarity between Estella's hands and Molly's ( `` The action of her fingers was like the action of knitting '' ) that provides Pip with a vital clue to the real identity of both and establishes a symbolic connection between the underworld of crime and the genteel cruelty of Satis House.
After his pains got worse, Tom decided to see a real doctor, from whom he learned he was suffering from cancer of the lung.
The real question was how one passed from anti-Semitism of this sort to murder, and the answer to this question is not to be found in anti-Semitism itself.
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The box is internally wired so the door can never be opened without setting off a screeching klaxon ( `` It's real obnoxious '' ).
The slaves never shared in their profits, while they did share, in a very real sense, in the profits of the slave-owners: they were fed, clothed, doctored, and so forth ; ;
If the photographically realistic continuity of dreams, however bizarre their combinations, denies that it is purely a composition of the brain, it must be compounded from views of diverse realities, although some of them may never be encountered in what we are pleased to call the real life.
" A prisoner interviewed by Moyers explained his literal interpretation of the second verse: "' Twas grace that taught my heart to fear, and grace my fears relieved " by saying that the fear became immediately real to him when he realized he may never get his life in order, compounded by the loneliness and restriction in prison.
He received the party's Blood Order in 1934 and was still occasionally used as a propaganda tool until about 1937, but he was never again allowed any real power.
For example, the spectrum of an element of a complex Banach algebra can never be empty, whereas in a real Banach algebra it could be empty for some elements.
Chernenko never succeeded in becoming a " real " leader during his tenure in office because of his declining health
1 ) The discount rate assumption relies on the market for competing investments at the time of the analysis, which would likely change, perhaps dramatically, over time, and 2 ) straight line assumptions about income increasing over ten years are generally based upon historic increases in market rent but never factors in the cyclical nature of many real estate markets.
Von Mises acknowledged such a theoretical possibility in his original tract: He contended, however, that stationary conditions never prevail in the real world.
Griffith never went so far in this direction again, but his use of the Insert shot made its real impression on other American film-makers during the years 1915-1919.
Griffith never went so far in this direction again, but his use of the Insert made its real impression on other American film-makers during the years 1914-1919.
He is fired by the network in the first episode of series 2, although he is never shown on screen in that episode ; the real reason for this is that Lawrence died of lung cancer between the filming of series 1 and series 2, forcing the writers to create a new executive producer character, Sam ( see below ).
It is thought that Shakespeare never read Gesta Danorum, and instead had access to an auxiliary version of the tale describing the downfall of the Prince of Denmark, whose real name-Amleth-was used in anagram by Shakespeare for Hamlet.
At The Limelight in Manhattan, Giger's artwork was licensed to decorate the VIP room, the uppermost chapel of the landmarked church, but it was never intended to be a permanent installation and bore no similarity to the real Giger Bars in Switzerland.
Plato argues against Heraclitus as follows: How can that be a real thing which is never in the same state?
However, such an act was never a real possibility ; upon debriefing Philby in London on 24 May 1937, Maly wrote to the NKVD, " Though devoted and ready to sacrifice himself, does not possess the physical courage and other qualities necessary for this attempt.
Berkeley's numbers typically begin on a stage but gradually transcend the limitations of theatrical space: his ingenious routines, involving human bodies forming patterns like a kaleidoscope, could never fit onto a real stage and the intended perspective is viewing from straight above.
The Mesopotamians believed their kings and queens were descended from the City of Gods, but, unlike the ancient Egyptians, they never believed their kings were real gods.
* War must never be seen as having any purpose in itself, but should be seen as an instrument of Politik -- a German word that conflates the meanings of the English words policy and politics: " War is not merely a political act, but also a real political instrument, a continuation of political commerce, a carrying out of the same by other means.
"' That which bestows on everything tragic, its peculiar elevating force '" — he ( Schopenhauer ) says in The World as Will and Representation, Volume II, P. 495 — "' is the discovery that the world, that life, can never give real satisfaction and hence is not worthy of our affection: this constitutes the tragic spirit – it leads to resignation.
" Some contemporary Finns nicknamed him Suuri vaikenija ( The Great Silent One ), and Ron Clarke noted that Nurmi's persona remained a mystery even to Finnish runners and journalists: " Even to them, he was never quite real.