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There would still be plenty of moments of regret and sadness and guilty relief.
There were three other men within this prison whom Barton would have liked to liberate, but they were in other cell blocks.
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 ain't nothin' faster, or lonelier, or more direct than a cannonball freight when you wanna go someplace '', Feathertop would say.
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 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 was a finality in the rhythm of the prayer -- it was the end of a life, the end of hope, and the wondering if there would ever be another beginning.
There, to the Evening Post, she emphatically denied the divorce rumors and explained that she had stayed behind because of the schooling of their son, which henceforth would be strictly American.
There was, it seems to me, enough in the openly declared principles and intentions of Russian leaders to alienate honorable men without their having to wait to see how it would turn out.
There the buffalo would roam, to be seen as a tapestry, not as moth-eaten zoo specimens.
There such soggy acquiesence would be looked upon as a sure sign of deteriorating manhood.
There is little doubt if they had a secret ballot, they would vote for food for their family, in place of ideological purity out on the farm.
There would be no halos, no angels.
There would be great need soon for his skill as surgeon, but somehow he had not planned to use his knowledge merely for war.
There was never a doubt any more how his structures would be received ; ;
There was not anything she could do there, but that was where everyone was, or would be.
There are other countries where, with skillful diplomacy, we may be able by our aid to give encouragement to those groups in government which would like to press forward with economic and social reform measures to promote growth.
There would, however, be a variety of other skills -- medical, agricultural, engineering -- which would be called for in the first year through the private agency programs and through the provision of technician helpers to existing development projects.
There would be no conceivable sense in going to the opposite extreme of selecting items whose forms are the most unstable.
There is perhaps no value statement on which people would more universally agree than the statement that intense pain is bad.
There he'd take a compass reading, figure his air speed, and deduce that in a certain number of minutes he'd be over the broad meadows of the Merrimack Valley where it would be safe to let down through the overcast and see the ground before it hit him.
Suppose, he says, that the tables were turned, and we were in the Soviets' position: `` There would be more than 2,000 modern Soviet fighters, all better than ours, stationed at 250 bases in Mexico and the Caribbean.

There and be
There was a peculiar density about it, a thick substance that could be sensed but never identified, never actually perceived.
There was to be no gunplay.
There will be romance and flirtation.
`` There must be some water under there ''.
There seems to be almost a conspiracy of silence veiling it.
( There are two receivers in case one should be dropped and damaged.
There will be premieres of new works, made possible through Ford Foundation commissions: Carlisle Floyd's Mystery, with Phyllis Curtin as soprano soloist.
There may be a case of this sort, but it is not one we wish to argue, here.
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.
There is a risk that instead of teaching a person how to be himself, reading fiction and drama may teach him how to be somebody else.
There can be little doubt that there was a conspiracy in Washington, overt or implied, to block anything Hearst wanted, even if it was something good.
`` There must be a line ''!!
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 can be no greater magic than to wrest from death her in whom the flesh was all, in whom beauty was entirely pure because it was entirely corruptible.
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.
In a pessimistic assessment of the cold war, Eden declared: `` There must be much closer unity within the West before there can be effective negotiation with the East ''.

There and drawn
There was a light in Black's front room, but drawn curtains prevented any view of the interior.
There, a small peninsular area is still called " Angeln " today and is formed as a triangle drawn roughly from modern Flensburg on the Flensburger Fjord to the City of Schleswig and then to Maasholm, on the Schlei inlet.
There was at the top of the Arc from 1882 to 1886, a monumental sculpture by Alexandre Falguière, " Le triomphe de la Révolution " ( the Triumph of the Revolution ), a chariot drawn by horses preparing " to crush Anarchy and Despotism ", that remained only four years up there before falling in ruins.
There he learned that the Vermont Republic had declared independence in 1777, that a constitution had been drawn up, and that elections had been held.
There are examples of stars bearing Flamsteed designations for constellations in which they do not lie, just as there are for Bayer designations, because of the compromises that had to be made when the modern constellation boundaries were drawn up.
There is no seeding system in place within rounds other than when teams enter the competition, therefore the home team is simply the first team drawn out for each fixture.
There was a sacred spring from which water had to be drawn in silence, it was so holy.
There he met Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Alfred Sisley, was drawn to Impressionist painting, and began taking classes in Charles Gleyre's studio.
There was very little information available about the original project ( even ex-TSR employees having forgotten what they knew about the module over the years ), so the module was published based entirely on the working title and information drawn from Dragon magazine articles.
There was another drawn series when South Africa toured England in 1994.
There are fairly standard rules about how a piece is drawn, stolen from another player and thus melded, the use of simples ( numbered tiles ) and honours ( winds and dragons ), the kinds of melds, and the order of dealing and play.
There is little evidence on the subject of Ptolemy's ancestry, apart from what can be drawn from the details of his name ( see above ); however modern scholars refer to Abu Ma ’ shar ’ s account as erroneous, and it is no longer doubted that the astronomer who wrote the Almagest also wrote the Tetrabiblos as its astrological counterpart.
There are many techniques used in monoprinting, including collagraph, collage, hand-painted additions, and a form of tracing by which thick ink is laid down on a table, paper is placed on the ink, and the back of the paper is drawn on, transferring the ink to the paper.
There is no reason for an adverse inference to be drawn when a standard exit procedure is carried out after a person has ceased employment.
There does appear to be some confusion or disagreement about whether it must be clarified to be considered " drawn ", or merely melted with the surface foam skimmed away, or even simply melted.
There was more correlation drawn between China and the Soviet model.
There was also a maintenance / repair & recovery unit from Norway and a HQ logistic company from Sweden drawn from UNIFIL.
There is a 5, 000-year old wall painting of a dugong, apparently drawn by neolithic peoples, in Tambun Cave of Ipoh city in the state of Perak, Malaysia.
There are also agencies whose members are drawn from more than one branch of government, such as the Judicial Commission.
There is no legal requirement that a will be drawn up by a lawyer, although there are pitfalls into which home-made wills can fall.
There is still much research to be done to determine the effectiveness of CCTV cameras on crime prevention before any conclusions can be drawn.
There are certain curves called trisectrices which, if drawn on the plane using other methods, can be used to trisect arbitrary angles.
There was considerable rivalry with the West End theatres, in a letter from John Douglass ( the owner, from 1845 ) to The Era after a Drury Lane first night, in which he says that " seeing that a hansom cab is used in the new drama at Drury Lane, I beg to state that a hansom cab, drawn by a live horse was used in my drama.
There is a large population of artists in Loveland, which has drawn three foundries, an art museum, and the annual sculpture shows in August.

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