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When they reached their neighbor's house, Pamela said a few polite words to Grace and kissed Melissa lightly on the forehead, the impulse prompted by a stray thought -- of the type to which she was frequently subject these days -- that they might never see one another again.
It became the sole `` subject '' of `` international law '' ( a term which, it is pertinent to remember, was coined by Bentham ), a body of legal principle which by and large was made up of what Western nations could do in the world arena.
Dr. Isaacs was so pleased with the quality of her biographical study of Sara Sullam that he considered submitting it to the Century Magazine or Harper's but he decided that its Jewish subject probably would not interest them and published it in The Messenger, `` so our readers will be benefited instead ''.
He was right, and Peter Marshall could not help but recall Andrew Cordier's words on the subject, `` Well, it seemed as good a place as any to do the job ''.
Richard Peters, Secretary of the Board of War, thought Morgan was so extreme on the subject that he accused him of trying to pick a quarrel.
In summary, Brooks Adams felt that the nature of history was order and that the order so discovered was as much subject to historical laws as the forces of nature.
Sam Rayburn took unnumbered secrets with him to the grave, for he was never loquacious, and his word, once given, was not subject to retraction.
The subject he liked most was the female body, which he painted in every state -- naked, half-dressed, muffled to the ears, sitting primly in a chair, lying tauntingly on a bed or locked in an embrace.
It was hardly possible to get any argument on the subject.
The wording of the question was quite general and may have been subject to different interpretations.
It was recognized that skywave signals, because of their reflected nature, are of great variability and subject to wide fluctuations in strength.
Alcohol ingestion succeeded in changing immobility to mobility quite strikingly in one pilot subject ( the only one with whom this technique was tried ).
There was evident delight on the part of the subject in response to her experience of the freedom of movement.
One subject spontaneously asked ( after her arm had finally risen ), `` Do you suppose I was unconsciously keeping it down before ''??
This subject was one who gave an arm-elevation on the second trial in the naive state but not in the first.
More time was spent in trying to marry these incompatibles than over any subject discussed at Yalta.
and as the aspect of the subject was transposed into those clusters of more or less interchangeable and contour-obliterating facet-planes by which plasticity was isolated under the Cubist method, the subject itself became largely unrecognizable.
With this seven-word sentence -- though the speaker undoubtedly thought he was dealing only with the subject of food -- he was telling things about himself and, in the last two examples, revealing that he had departed from the customs of his culture.

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He had learned to dispute devastatingly, both formally and informally in Latin, and according to the rules on any topic, pro or con, drawn from almost any subject, more especially from Aristotle's works.
Banquo's role, especially in the banquet ghost scene, has been subject to a variety of interpretations and mediums.
Chaplin continued being a subject to political controversy throughout the 1950s, especially as he was awarded the International Peace Prize by the Communist World Peace Council and lunched with Chou En-Lai in 1954, and when he briefly met Nikita Khrushchev in 1956.
The subject of the Tanakh, or Hebrew Bible, is the history of the Children of Israel, especially in terms of their relationship with God.
The king is thus not subject to the will of his people, the aristocracy, or any other estate of the realm, including ( in the view of some, especially in Protestant countries ) the Church.
The king is thus not subject to the will of his people, the aristocracy, or any other estate of the realm, including ( in the view of some, especially in Protestant countries ) the church.
Buckyballs and buckytubes have been the subject of intense research, both for their unique chemistry and for their technological applications, especially in materials science, electronics, and nanotechnology.
Climate scientists, especially in the US, have reported official and oil-industry pressure to censor or suppress their work and hide scientific data, with directives not to discuss the subject in public communications.
Greek mathematics greatly refined the methods ( especially through the introduction of deductive reasoning and mathematical rigor in proofs ) and expanded the subject matter of mathematics.
Such images functioned as powerful relics as well as icons, and their images were naturally seen as especially authoritative as to the true appearance of the subject: naturally and especially because of the reluctance to accept mere human productions as embodying anything of the divine, a commonplace of Christian deprecation of man-made " idols ".
Nathaniel Morton, the historian of the first years of the settlement, thus opens his subject: " we may not hide from our children, showing to the generations to come the praises of the Lord ; that especially the seed of Abraham his servant, and the children of Jacob his chosen ( Psalm cv.
John's reforms were less popular with the barons themselves, especially as they remained subject to arbitrary and frequently vindictive royal justice.
A subject who has neither ability nor expertise to make decisions, especially in a crisis, will leave decision making to the group and its hierarchy.
Weber began his studies of the subject in The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, in which he argued that the redefinition of the connection between work and piety in Protestantism and especially in ascetic Protestant denominations, particularly Calvinism, shifted human effort towards rational efforts aimed at achieving economic gain.
Historically militias of varying levels of ability have existed in China, organised on the village and clan level, especially during periods of instability and in areas subject to pirate and bandit attack.
Minimalism describes movements in various forms of art and design, especially visual art and music, where the work is set out to expose the essence or identity of a subject through eliminating all non-essential forms, features or concepts.
Humans are subject to nitrate toxicity, with infants being especially vulnerable to methemoglobinemia due to nitrate metabolizing triglycerides present at higher concentrations than at other stages of development.
Pakistan is subject to frequent earthquakes which are often severe ( especially in north and west ) and severe flooding along the Indus after heavy rains ( July and August ).
The rainforest is subject to deforestation as a result of growing commercial demand for tropical timber ; forest clearance, especially in coastal areas, for plantations ; pollution from mining projects.
Pegasus is the subject of a very rich iconography, especially through the ancient Greek pottery and paintings and sculptures of the Renaissance.
Always prone to fog, the valley is subject to heavy smog due to industrial atmospheric emissions, especially from Turin.
Historically, the terrestrial locomotion of Pteranodon, especially whether it was bipedal or quadrupedal, has been the subject of debate.
Its subject matter is childhood and the family ( especially child abuse ), and psychological studies of anthropology and ethnology.
After the English Reformation, from the 16th to the 19th century those guilty of such Nonconformity, termed " recusants ", were subject to civil penalties and sometimes, especially in the earlier part of that period, to criminal penalties.

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