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There and is
`` There isn't anything left to say, is there, Keith ''??
There was a measure of protection in its concrete walls and ceiling, but the engineers who hastily installed it were well aware that concrete is not much better than prayer, if as efficacious, when a direct hit comes along.
There is nothing for you '', Matsuo said.
There is much truth in both these charges, and not many Bourbons deny them.
There is unceasing pressure, but its sources are immediate.
There is little time for the men in the command centers to reflect about the implications of these clocks.
There is no room for error or waste.
There is a New South emerging, a South losing the folksy traditions of an agrarian society with the rapidity of an avalanche -- especially within recent decades.
There is a haunting resemblance between the notion of cause in Copernicus and in Freud.
There is still the remote possibility of planetoid collision.
There is the unexplainable, and there art raises questions that it does not attempt to answer ''.
There is nothing holy in wedlock.
There is no more `` plot '' than that ; ;
There is a legend ( Hawthorne records it in his `` English Notebooks ''.
It consists of fragmentary personal revelations, such as `` The Spark '': `` There is a spark dwells deep within my soul.
There is only one catch to this idyllic arrangement: Adam Smith was wrong.
Harris J. Griston, in Shaking The Dust From Shakespeare ( 216 ), writes: `` There is not a word spoken by Shylock which one would expect from a real Jew ''.
There is no justification for such misrepresentation.
There is no socially existential answer to the question.
There is no selectivity ; ;
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 no necessity, I suppose, to assert that Mr. Faulkner is Southern.
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 may be a case of this sort, but it is not one we wish to argue, here.

There and tangible
There is evidence that tangible rewards decrease intrinsic motivation in specific situations, such as when the student already has a high level of intrinsic motivation to perform the goal behavior.
There was no denying the principle of creative power governing life ; only it was not satisfactory as long as it was not tangible, as long as it could not be described or practically handled.
There is nothing tangible.
There are indications that Deurne existed in prehistoric and Roman times but the first tangible proof of Deurne only dates back to 1185.
There are many advantages to using prototyping in software development – some tangible, some abstract.
There is a tangible difference between his first and last lectures, therefore one can only assume this adaptation would have continued if Hegel had lived longer.
There was a tradition-not borne out, however, by any tangible evidence or confirmation and quite possibly invented by the Earl of Cromartie-that the family deduced its descent from a member of the House of Geraldine, in Ireland ( whence sprang the noble families of Leinster, Desmond, & c .), who, with a considerable number of his followers, was stated to have settled in Scotland about the year 1261 and to have so powerfully aided King Alexander III in repelling the invasion of Haco, King of Norway.
" There is, of course, no tangible evidence of a UFO on the ground – no debris was found apart from some broken tree top branches.
There are a number of restrictions to the use of Fun Cash, which generally make regular re-enrollment a lower cost and more tangible option for those interested in savings.
There was a huge wave of enthusiasm, but arguably due to lack of infrastructure and professionalism, tangible results were rare.

There and feeling
There was a feeling that this mission would be canceled like all the others and that this muddy wet dark world of combat would go on forever.
There was also perhaps a feeling that establishing long-term security for the Asian Greeks would prove impossible.
There is an abstract thinking, just as there is abstract feeling, sensation and intuition.
There is a general feeling among radio connoisseurs that rock radio is becoming badly watered down by big corporate ownership, leading to a considerable do-it-yourself spirit.
There was a general feeling that Americans could be trusted.
As W. M. Owens writes in his article “ Plautus ’ Stichus and the Political Crisis of 200 B. C .”, “ There is evidence that antiwar feeling ran deep and persisted even after the war was approved.
There was also a feeling that state legislative elections themselves had become dominated by the business of picking senators, with legislators elected based on their intentions in senatorial elections rather than their opinions on local issues.
There was also bad feeling within the team itself because Grace, who normally got on well with professional players, enforced the class divide throughout the tour.
There was bad feeling between Grace and some of the 1878 Australians, especially their manager John Conway ; this came to a head on 20 June in a row over the services of Grace's friend Billy Midwinter, an Australian who had played for Gloucestershire in 1877.
There has to be some all-encompassing desire or feeling about wanting to do that particular movie.
There was a feeling that Prussian policies were too ruthless both against the country and the king.
There is a real need for residential development ,” he said, “ in which there is a strong sense of community ; a need to feed into the city some of the atmosphere and pace of the small town and village ; a need to create a community which can meet as many as possible of the needs of the people who live there ; which can bring these people into natural contact with one another ; which can produce out of these relationships a spirit and feeling of neighborliness and a rich sense of belonging to a community .” In a city that practiced strict racial segregation, Rouse intended Cross Keys to be open to all who could afford to live there.
For him it is also the basis for the communication of feeling: " There cannot be any communication except through form.
There needs to be, “ integrity of location, design, setting, materials, workmanship, feeling, and association .” In laymen ’ s terms, it needs to be decided whether the cultural resource is in good enough condition to be protected on the National Register.
There, Harrington suddenly gets a strange feeling as if he no longer belongs in the world.
There was no growth — only a feeling of " things have to get better.
There is an emphasis on the interpersonal and social aspects of the procedure, which result in employees feeling more satisfied when their voices are able to be heard.
There was a strong feeling that putting elderly and sick men on trial three years after the war was unjust.
In July 1989, Glenys Kinnock and Tessa Blackstone of the British Council of Churches visited Namibia and reported: " There is a widespread feeling that too many concessions were made to South African personnel and preferences and that Martti Ahtisaari was not forceful enough in his dealings with the South Africans.
There was a feeling that the code violated decent liberty.
There is considerable local feeling that there is no viable alternative to a bypass.
" There was this kind of mixed feeling of remorse and excitement.
There was a feeling after his death that Curzon had failed to reach the heights that his youthful talents had seemed destined to reach.
There was a general feeling that everything would use a nuclear power source of some sort, in a positive and productive way, from irradiating food to preserve it, to the development of nuclear medicine.

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