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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 well-known
`` There had been a threesome at the party in the suite's bedroom: Miss Harrington ( this was Diane's choice for a Roman name ), another woman who has figured in other very interesting events and one of your well-known American actors.
There are several well-known formulas for the areas of simple shapes such as triangles, rectangles, and circles.
There are also other well-known container formats, such as Ogg, ASF, QuickTime, RealMedia, Matroska, and DivX Media Format.
There are many well-known and economically important members of the Ericaceae, these include the cranberry, blueberry, huckleberry, azalea, rhododendron, and various common heaths and heathers ( Erica, Cassiope, Daboecia, and Calluna for example ).
There he founded, in 1774, the well-known Astronomisches Jahrbuch, 51 yearly volumes of which he compiled and issued.
The decade that followed proved to be her most prolific, with 13 more books being published, including many of her most well-known titles, such as Are You There God?
There is no concept of subroutines, but there are routines at well-known labels and a convention of using a particular register to hold a return address ( returning by an assigned jump ).
There are three well-known branches of microscopy: optical, electron, and scanning probe microscopy.
There have also been several well-known Internet hoaxes, where quatrains in the style of Nostradamus have been circulated by e-mail as the real thing.
There are several well-known problems with semaphore based designs such as priority inversion and deadlocks.
There are several well-known theorems in functional analysis known as the Riesz representation theorem.
In an interview in 2008, Sondheim said " There is a move afoot to do Follies movie with a well-known director and a well-known star, and I'm not going to tell you who they are.
There was also doubt about the authority of 3 John, with Eusebius listing it and 2 John as " disputed books " despite describing them as " well-known and acknowledged by most.
There is a vast repertoire of this music, some by well-known composers and much by anonymous ones.
There were also several nudist venues, and many other well-known venues where underground figures such as crime bosses gathered.
There are many museums in Rouen: Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rouen, an art museum with pictures of well-known painters such as Claude Monet and Géricault ; Musée maritime fluvial et portuaire, a museum on the history of the port of Rouen and navigation ; Musée des antiquités, an art and history museum with antic or gothic works ; Musée de la céramique, Musée Le Secq des Tournelles ...
Many theatre critics in 1992 read the production as a critic of Thatcherite Conservative politics, with Goole ’ s final speech reading as a direct rebuttal of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher ’ s well-known statement “ There is no such thing as society ”.
There are a few notable and well-known exceptions that include Prochlorococcus and some Synechococcus.
There are no hard rules that a taxonomist needs to follow in describing a class, but for well-known animals there is likely to be consensus.
There is, however, another major impediment — an affair with the young wife ( Katherine Balfour ) of an older businessman ( Robert H. Harris ), well-known to his former prospective father-in-law.
There is a well-known painting by Johannes Vermeer titled The Geographer, which is often linked to Vermeer's The Astronomer.
* There are several marked public footpaths in the jungle, of which the most well-known and used is the one on the Montagne des Singes.
There are many well-known people who have lived or are living in the borough, particularly in the areas of Highgate, Muswell Hill and Crouch End.

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