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There and are
There are plenty of fresh horses halfway at my place.
There are of course many Souths ; ;
There is unceasing pressure, but its sources are immediate.
( There are two receivers in case one should be dropped and damaged.
There are thousands of square miles of salt pan which are hideous.
There are almost no fictional treatments of the industrialized south ''.
There are certainly large areas of understanding in the human sciences which in themselves and even without political invention can help to dispel our present fears.
There are many domains in which understanding has brought about widespread and quite appropriate reduction in ritual and fear.
There are, however, some wonderful chapters at the beginning of the second part, concerning the reactions of the Swedes in adversity.
There are ghostly scenes in which the little boy on his rocking horse rocks madly toward the climax that will magically give him the name of the winning horse.
There is probably some significance in the fact that two of the best incest stories I have encountered in recent years are burlesques of the incest myth.
There is evidence to suggest, in fact, that many authors of the humorous sketches were prompted to write them -- or to make them as indelicate as they are -- by way of protesting against the artificial refinements which had come to dominate the polite letters of the South.
There is essential pleasantness in reading the writing of men who are not angry, who can contend without quarreling.
There are in The Almagest no rules for determining in advance whether a new epicycle will be required for dealing with abberations in lunar, solar, or planetary behavior.
Said: `` There are things I must tell you about this man you are marrying which he does not know himself ''.
There is plenty more to recommend Gorton, the facts of whose life are given in The Life And Times Of Samuel Gorton, by Adelos Gorton.
There are millions who accept this doctrine, but few indeed are those who accept it so truly that the fate of humanity lies as a weight on their souls night and day.
There are some people, intelligent people, who seem to be untouched by the sea of wonder in which we are immersed and in which we spend our lives.
There are few things of which I am prouder than of that unblemished record.
There are only two men remaining in Congress who, with Rayburn, voted for the declaration of war against Germany in 1917.
There are many causes for this change.

There and vague
`` There was nothing else I could do '', the maid answered, satisfied with a rather vague explanation.
There are also a few nations in which the exact title and definition of the office of head of state have been vague.
There are some vague assertions that Arthur Penn, brother of the more famous William Penn, also formed part of the Quaker community of the British Virgin Islands for a time.
There are 12 " vague ethical statements " that guide the application of equity, and an additional five can be added.
There are several other writings dealing with the Second Age, but because of the many stories only hinted at in the extant sources, the Second Age remains vague.
In Hawaiian mythology, according to Tregear, the legends about Kaha ’ i are ' extremely fragmentary and vague ', but they indicate that Hema traveled to ' Kahiki ' ( perhaps Tahiti, but more probably to kahiki ' the distance ', as kahiki can be understood to include all of the islands in the Pacific Ocean ) to receive a tribute called palala for the birth of his son Kaha ’ i. There he was captured by the Aiaia ( a bird, messenger of the god Kane ), died, and was buried in Ulu-paupau.
There were at one point vague plans for a bridge over Turl Street connecting the annexe to the College proper ; these never materialised beyond a fantasy.
There were various vague references to them as a major Gamma Quadrant power throughout Deep Space Nine's second season.
There are no identified related forms, although there is some vague resemblance to other Ediacaran forms such as Dickinsonia and Spriggina that share some of its enigmatic characteristics, such as the " staggered " or " glide symmetry " of its units.
" There is no record of him explicitly denying he was the World Teacher ; whenever he was asked to clarify his position, he either asserted that the matter was irrelevant, or gave answers that, as he stated, were " purposely vague.
There was talk of a rising at Milan combined with a Piedmontese invasion to expel the Austrians, but the plans were very vague and unpractical, for the military conspirators could count only on a few hundred men, and Confalonieri warned them that Lombardy was not ready.
He added: " There is photographic evidence to prove that Elvis was here on March 3rd 1960, however we are not aware of any photographs of this alleged visit to London, while the timing of it also seems a bit vague.
There is no one compilation of all information pertaining to the Elder Scrolls world, and, within the games, historical references are often vague or even contradictory, as players are encouraged to draw their own conclusions about situations and events.
There are, it is true, allusions to various services of the Milanese Church in the writings of St. Augustine and St. Ambrose, and in the anonymous treatise " De Sacramentis ", which used to be attributed to the latter, but is not his ; but these allusions are naturally enough insufficient for more than vague conjecture, and have been used with perhaps equal justification in support of either side of the controversy.
There has been disagreement and concern over competition between the President of the European Council Van Rompuy and the Commission President Barroso due to the vague language of the treaty.
Harvey angrily denied the accusation, but was vague about details: " There was a little training accident ... a minor cut on the obstacle course ... I don't recall seeing anyone I knew who was a psychiatrist ... I cannot tell you the exact wording on my discharge.
There are vague plans to reopen this line to Carlisle as a continuation of the new rail link which is being rebuilt from Edinburgh to Tweedbank.
There is no consensus definition of whiteness, and thus the word is used in vague and contradictory ways, with some scholars even leaving the term undefined in their articles or essays.
There was also vague, xenophobic, anti-French sentiment.
There were vague rumours that Dmitriy was an illegitimate son of the Polish king, Stefan Batory, who had reigned from 1575 to 1586.
There were also very vague and unconfirmed rumors that the Minion was used in an operational evaluation during the invasion of Iraq in the spring of 2003.
There have been vague and uncosted suggestions over the years to move the station to the east to provide an interchange with the North London Line.
There was the vague suggestion that she may have been at least several hundred years old and more than human, which the children thought they discovered in an episode after they saw a photo of Phoebe that looked like it was taken a century earlier.
There are vague indications of the involvement of tachyons and the space-time continuum in some works.

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