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:" The recognition of this ' miracle ' must have struck Leopold with the force of a divine revelation and he felt his responsibility to be not merely a father's and teacher's but a missionary's as well.
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:" Art is the imposing of a pattern on experience, and our aesthetic enjoyment is recognition of the pattern.
:" The Tribunal concluded that, in practical terms, the Crown will not be able to provide a meaningful form of rights recognition for Māori in respect of its water bodies after it sells the shares to private investors.
:" In this paper he distinctly recognizes the principle of natural selection, and this is the first recognition which has been indicated ; but he applies it only to man, and to certain characters alone.
:" At one of these parties I complained that nobody could understand my real name ... pointed out that this was a definite liability in a profession that benefited from instant name recognition.
:" Erected by temperance reformers in recognition of valuable services rendered to the temperance cause by Sir William Collins, Lord Provost of the City of Glasgow 1877-1880.
:" If anywhere in ancient Indian thought we are permitted to see the real anticipation of the view that knowledge is power-which, when further worked out, assumes the formulation that freedom is the recognition of necessity-it is to be found among the practitioners of the healing art ".
:" In his encyclical Humani Generis ( 1950 ), my predecessor Pius XII has already affirmed that there is no conflict between evolution and the doctrine of the faith regarding man and his vocation, provided that we do not lose sight of certain fixed points .... Today, more than a half-century after the appearance of that encyclical, some new findings lead us toward the recognition of evolution as more than a hypothesis.
In July 1990, Heusaff wrote of the future of the League :" The Celtic League has a role to play in stimulating Inter Celtic contacts, Inter Celtic solidarity, which could express itself in contributing to pressure on politicians and international / European institutions to steer developments in Europe towards full recognition of the rights of our nations including languages.
:" The current impasse between the valued work force at the Williamson plant and management not only threatens the growers ’ and workers ’ future, but places more than 150 years of building brand recognition and consumer loyalty for Mott ’ s products at risk.
:" and must
:" When we see leaf-eating insects green, and bark-feeders mottled-grey ; the alpine ptarmigan white in winter, the red-grouse the colour of heather, and the black-grouse that of peaty earth, we must believe that these tints are of service to these birds and insects in preserving them from danger.
:" Do not imagine that the anointed King must perform miracles and signs and create new things in the world or resurrect the dead and so on.
Roger Ebert, who gave the film a mere one star in the Chicago Sun-Times, wrote :" The filmmakers must have known that the original Godzilla ( 1956 ) had many loyal fans all over the world who treasured the absurd dialogue, the bad lip-synching, the unbelievable special effects, the phony profundity.
:" As I am your father, I claim the right of being your counsellor: do not therefore slight my advice, since it is to my countrymen you must owe the conquest of all your enemies.
:" If we say that the things known must be in the mind, we are either un-duly limiting the mind's power of knowing, or we are uttering a mere tautology.
In June 1937, when Lord Mount Temple, the Chairman of the Anglo-German Fellowship, asked to see the British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain after meeting Hitler in a visit arranged by Ribbentrop, Robert Vansittart, the British Foreign Office's Undersecretary wrote a memo stating that :" The P. M. Minister should certainly not see Lord Mount Temple – nor should the S of S. We really must put a stop to this eternal butting in of amateurs – and Lord Mount Temple is a particularly silly one.
On 10 July 1941 Ribbentrop ordered General Eugen Ott, the German Ambassador to Japan to :" Go on with your efforts to bring about the earliest possible participation of Japan in the war against Russia ... The natural goal must be, as before, to bring about the meeting of Germany and Japan on the Trans-Siberian Railroad before winter sets in.
:" The Parliament must exercise vigilance and control over the biggest and most powerful financial institution it has created, the Life Insurance Corporation of India, whose misapplication of public funds we shall scrutinise today.
:" To what extent one can and must differentiate between Minoan and Mycenaean religion is a question which has not yet found a conclusive answer "
:" Words are to the Anthropologist what rolled pebbles are to the Geologist — battered relics of past ages often containing within them indelible records capable of intelligent interpretation — and when we see what amount of change 2000 years has been able to produce in the languages of Greece & Italy or 1000 in those of Germany France & Spain we naturally begin to ask how long a period must have lapsed since the Chinese, the Hebrew, the Delaware & the Malesass had a point in common with the German & Italian & each other — Time!
:" 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 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.
However the parting was amicable :" We must not blame him, but those who sent him to us ", said Philip.
:" It is not Cosa Nostra that contacts the politician ; instead a member of the Cosa Nostra says, that president is mine ( è cosa mia ), and if you need a favor, you must go through me.
The film publication Cineaste published a review of The Italian in March 2009, focusing on the film's depiction of the Italian-American immmigrant experience as a Darwinian jungle rather than a promised land paved with gold :" Against Horatio Alger expectations, The Italian is a story of failure suffused with a soft-focused, dappled nostalgia for the old country ... ' From sunny Italy to the New York ghetto ,' read the taglines on Paramount's original one-sheet, contrasting scenes of ' carefree Beppo at home ' in the serene canals of Old Italy with the mean streets of New York where ' to live your baby must have Pasteurized milk.
:" On the whole, benefits of high self-esteem accrue to the self while its costs are borne by others, who must deal with side effects like arrogance and conceit.
:" Manifestly, any rule prescribed for the conduct of interstate commerce, in order to be within the competency of Congress under its power to regulate commerce among the States, must have some real or substantial relation to or connection with the commerce regulated.
:" Apart from whatever may be the general wish of the Zulu nation, it seems to me that the seizure of the two refugee women in British territory by an armed force crossing an unmistakable and well known boundary line, and carrying them off and murdering them with contemptuous disregard for the remonstrances of the Natal policemen, is itself an insult and a violation of British territory which cannot be passed over, and unless apologised and atoned for by compliance with the Lieutenant Governor ’ s demands, that the leaders of the murderous gangs shall be given up to justice, it will be necessary to send to the Zulu King an ultimatum which must put an end to pacific relations with our neighbours.
:" Dr Laud, Bishop of London, being then at the Council Table, told him if he would not confess he must go to the rack.
:" 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.
:" and have
:" for a bad custom has prevailed amongst the clergy, of appointing the most powerful people of a parish stewards, or, rather, patrons, of their churches ; who, in process of time, from a desire of gain, have usurped the whole right, appropriating to their own use the possession of all the lands, leaving only to the clergy the altars, with their tenths and oblations, and assigning even these to their sons and relations in the church.
:" He marvelled that among the Greeks, those who were skillful in a thing vie in competition ; those who have no skill, judge " — Diogenes Laertius, of Anacharsis.
" 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 ...."
:" On this account I have not the power, nor do I dare, to approve the objects of your mission until I can consult our gods by the casting of lots and until I can enquire the will of the people in regard to this matter.
:" Birka is the main Geatish town ( oppidum Gothorum ), situated in the middle of Sweden ( Suevoniae ), not far ( non longe ) from the temple called Uppsala ( Ubsola ) which the Swedes ( Sueones ) held in the highest esteem when it comes to the worship of the gods ; here forms an inlet of the Baltic or the Barbaric Sea a port facing north which welcomes all the wild peoples all around this sea but which is risky for those who are careless or ignorant of such places ... they have therefore blocked this inlet of the troubled sea with hidden masses of rocks along more than 100 stadions ( 18 km ).
:" Furthermore we have been told that there are many more islands in that sea, one of which is called the Great Estland ( Aestland ) -- And this island is told to be quite close to the Woman Land ( terrae feminarum ), which is not far ( non longe ) away from Birka of the Swedes.
The British Statute of Anne ( 1710 ) further alluded to individual rights of the artist, beginning: " Whereas Printers, Booksellers, and other Persons, have of late frequently taken the Liberty of Printing ... Books, and other Writings, without the Consent of the Authors ... to their very great Detriment, and too often to the Ruin of them and their Families :" A right to benefit financially from the work is articulated, and court rulings and legislation have recognized a right to control the work, such as ensuring that the integrity of it is preserved.
:" You only have I singled out of all the families of the earth: therefore will I visit upon you all your iniquities.
:" If I had stated ... the possibility of the introduction or origination of fresh species being a natural, in contradistinction to a miraculous process, I should have raised a host of prejudices against me, which are unfortunately opposed at every step to any philosopher who attempts to address the public on these mysterious subjects ".
:" We magnify you O Mother of the True Light and we glorify you O saint and Mother of God ( Theotokos ) for you have borne unto us the Saviour of the world.
:" Deprogrammers are people who, at the request of a parent or other close relative, will have a member of a religious sect seized, then hold him against his will and subject him to mental, emotional, and even physical pressures until he renounces his religious beliefs.
" In 1954, Stagg disputed Cochems ' claim to have invented the forward pass :" Eddie Cochems, who coached at St. Louis University in 1906, also claimed to have invented the pass as we know it today ...
Vincent Canby of the New York Times was similarly unimpressed :" Though special-effects experts in Japan and around the world have vastly improved their craft in the last 30 years, you wouldn't know it from this film.
:" You have in us not merely an understanding friend but one staunch in the belief of the need for our presence in Vietnam.
:" And so, sir, in the lonelier and perhaps even more disheartening moments which come to any national leader, I hope there will be a corner of your mind and heart which takes cheer from the fact that you have an admiring friend, a staunch friend that will be all the way with LBJ.
:" And then, when Jesus had come to the river Jordan where John was baptizing, and when Jesus came down into the water, a fire was even kindled in the Jordan, and when He was rising up from the water, the Holy Spirit fluttered down upon Him in the form of a dove, as the < U > apostles have written </ U > about this very Christ of ours.
:" And when Jesus came to the Jordan, and being supposed to be the son of Joseph the carpenter ..., the Holy Spirit, and for man's sake, as I said before, fluttered down upon Him, and a voice came at the time out of the heavens-which was spoken also by David, when he said, impersonating Christ, what the Father was going to say to Him-' You are My Son, this day I have begotten you '.
Bonnet had Havas issued a statement at midnight on 1 September saying :" The French government has today, as have several other Governments, received an Italian proposal looking to the resolution of Europe's difficulties.