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There were three other men within this prison whom Barton would have liked to liberate, but they were in other cell blocks.
There might have been a pool of cool water behind any of these tree-clumps: only -- there was not.
There might have been a fence or a house just over the next rise ; ;
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 a second feature of the influences of literature, good literature, on emotional life which may have some special value for our time.
There must have been special feelings of joy and patriotism in the heart of Daniel Morgan too, when the news was received on April 30th of the recognition by France of the independence of the United States.
There is no explanation of terms nor a qualification that most such revolts have been dealt with by force -- only a bald dogmatism that they must, because of some undefined compulsion, be so repelled.
There have been cooing doves, chattering magpies, thieving jackdaws, a proud peacock, a silly goose, and a harpy eagle -- whom I was silly enough to mate with and who is now busy tearing at my vitals ''.
There have been a number of sound plans proposed.
There will be no mitigation of these offences until all art schools, whether independent or attached to universities have separate accreditation -- as do medical schools -- by an art accreditation group such as the `` National Association of Schools of Art ''.
There have always been tales of disillusionment -- the competent technician who became an administrator, willingly or not, and found he didn't like it ; ;
There have been many extremely competent men who have been converted into very incompetent managers or submerged in paper work, to their own and the public's dissatisfaction and loss.
There are many types of ambiguity and many of them have been described by rhetoricians under such names as amphibology, parisology, and other ologies.
There have been few measurements specifically for the determination of the polarization of planetary radiation.
There have been contradictory reports from 1958 Delta 2, and the data quoted here are believed to be the more reliable.
There are more stems per item in Athabascan, which expresses the fact that the Athabascan languages have undergone somewhat more change in diverging from proto-Athabascan than the Yokuts languages from proto-Yokuts.
There is no apparent reason why we should feel bound by Swadesh's rules and procedure since his predilections and aims have grown so vast.
There is little evidence that existing public or private training programs have any great difficulty getting students to enroll in their programs, even though they must pay tuition, receive no subsistence payments, and are not guaranteed a job.
There were two methods that could have been used for conducting the study within the resources available: ( 1 ) interviews in depth with a few selected companies, and ( 2 ) the more limited interrogation of a large number of companies by means of a mail questionnaire.
There have been very few cases of explicit conflict of interest between the middle class and any other class in the field of educational policy.
) There is still more news, Mityukh announces: they have prayed for the soul of the Tsarevich.
There have been indications that he hopes to redress that situation, commencing with the White House.
There is much to be said for such a college -- and Dartmouth men have been accused of saying it too often and too loudly.
There is reason to suppose that Lucy would have made a record as publicly distinguished as her brother had it not been that her mother's death occurred just as she was about to enter college.

There and been
There had been no sign of a rifleman and no track or trace to show that anyone had been near.
There had been a good second or two during which my muffler had been blowing out, and now I was certain I'd seen her somewhere before.
There had been classroom guffaws which quickly subsided as Professor Griggs said dryly: `` I see your point, Pauson.
There has probably always been a bridge of some sort at the southeastern corner of the city.
There is every reason to recognize that in the very last years of his life, as we shall see, Thompson did take the drug in carefully rationed doses to ease the pains of his illness, but the exact date at which this began has never been determined.
There was the Neapolitan, Ribas, a capable conniver whose father had been a blacksmith but who had fawned his way up the ladder of Catherine's and Potemkin's favor till he was now a brigadier ( and would one day be the daggerman designated to do in Czar Paul 1,, after traveling all the way to Naples to procure just the right stiletto ).
There had been something sinister about him that warned me against him, -- I had never felt that way about any other boy, -- but when he uttered his name on the telephone I had forgotten this and I was glad to do what he asked of me.
There had been reading at table, especially from two books, Pope Gregory The Great's account of St. Scholastica in his Dialogues and my own The World Of Washington Irving.
There had been signs and portents like the regular toppling over and defacing of the bust of Lauro Di Bosis near the Villa Lante and in the Gianicolo.
There were a few reasons for that, too: Garibaldi had been taken up and exploited by the Communists nowadays.
There has been an increase in cooperative research with other Federal agencies and civilian institutions.
There is little enthusiasm for spending money to develop more powerful engines because of the erroneous belief that the aircraft has been made obsolete by the missile.
There has been an intensification of price-consciousness in recent years ; ;

There and repeated
There must be a fixed number n of repeated trials.
There have been a number of radio adaptations of the Poirot stories, most recently twenty seven of them on BBC Radio 4 ( and regularly repeated on BBC 7 ), starring John Moffatt ( Maurice Denham and Peter Sallis have also played Poirot on BBC Radio 4, Mr. Denham in The Mystery of the Blue Train and Mr. Sallis in Hercule Poirot's Christmas ).
There he remained for about twelve years, during which time he made repeated but unsuccessful attempts to escape.
There are the five precepts that all followers of the Buddha must observe if they hope to be reborn as a human being and there are the ten precepts which are an expansion of five precepts, with four of the five being repeated in the list of ten.
There have been repeated case studies regarding the installation of a high speed line between the cities of Valparaíso and Santiago, some even considering maglev trains, but no serious action has ever been taken on the matter.
There, the vote over revolutionary versus parliamentary means was repeated ; the moderates won, but when they tried to pass a resolution to completely abandon the idea of socialist revolution in Finland, the party representatives voted it down.
There he repeated in a different form all that he had already said, for all the world as if he had a gramophone fixed in his brain ... When I took leave, he subjected me to an interminable handshake, meanwhile fixing his cold blue eyes on mine, and repeating almost word for word what he said to me on arrival ... I felt I should never be able to establish any human contact with this man " In early June 1940, when Mussolini informed Hitler that he at long last would enter the war on 10 June 1940, Hitler was most dismissive, in private calling Mussolini a cowardly opportunist who broke the terms of the Pact of Steel in September 1939 when the going looked rough, and was only entering the war in June 1940 after it was clear that France was beaten and it appeared that Britain would soon make peace.
There was insufficient evidence to make recommendations about the optimal intervals for repeated screening and the appropriate age to stop screening.
There have been repeated attempts to attribute the name to a real material.
There are those who attribute Sifra diTzni ` uta to the patriach Yaakov ; however, Rabbi Eliezer Tzvi of Kamarno in his book Zohar Chai wrote, " Sifra diTzni ` uta was composed by Rashbi ... and he arranged from baraitas which were transmitted to Tannaim from mount Sinai from the days of Moshe, similar to the way Rabeinu HaKadosh arranged the six orders of Mishnah from that which was repeated from before.
There are a number of stories ( perhaps apocryphal ) surrounding Lee that are still repeated in Hong Kong culture.
There is nothing special about such a monotonous sequence except that it is easy to describe ; the same fact applies to any nameable specific sequence, such as " RGRGRG " repeated forever, or " abaabbaaabbb ...".
There were also a number of musical items in the show, using Dudley Moore's music, most famously an arrangement of the Colonel Bogey March which resists Moore's repeated attempts to bring it to an end.
There are no repeated summations and shifting as there would be in a computer.
There are two sensible possibilities: either the data are even about the sample a, in which case the even extension is dcbabcd, or the data are even about the point halfway between a and the previous point, in which case the even extension is dcbaabcd ( a is repeated ).
There have been many unverified rumors about a lampshade made from human skin, which has become an often repeated legend since the war, but no one could testify that they had actually seen such a thing during Ilse's trial.
A recording of Bill Anders, made during the Apollo 8 lunar orbit, on December 24, 1968, reading from the Bible ( Genesis, Chapter 1 ) is included on the first track (" In The Beginning ") of the Mike Oldfield album The Songs of Distant Earth, with verses repeated again in the second track (" Let There Be Light ").
There were repeated raids in Lofoten, Måløy, and other coastal areas.
The scene is repeated in reverse .” There is clearly no exit.
There is an oft repeated, but false account of a royal hunting lodge, " where King Henry VIII supposedly wooed Anne Boleyn, whose family owned nearby Wickham Court " by West Wickham Parish Church.
There have also been repeated lay-offs of museum staff in an attempt to cut costs.
There are in fact quite large amounts of repeated ( and therefore redundant data ) in this particular format, and also in HTML and XML source, that could quite easily be eliminated.
There is no clear record of the origin of Birmans, but one unsourced but oft repeated legend is that the Birman cat originated in Burma where they were kept by temple priests in Northern Burma in the Mount of Lugh.
There is a direct method of eliminating multiple ( or repeated ) roots from polynomials with exact coefficients ( integers, rational numbers, Gaussian integers or rational complex numbers ).

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