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They and feel
They feel that the United States is engaged in a life-and-death struggle with communism for survival and world supremacy.
They feel that World War 3, has already begun, and they are setting themselves up as a `` last line of defense '' against the Communist advance.
They would feel what Mary was undergoing.
They seem to feel that because they fought on the right side during the Civil War, and won, they have earned the right merely to deplore what is going on in the South, without taking any responsibility for it ; ;
They not only think and feel cliches but live cliches as well.
They were fighting to preserve a degree of accountability to the membership which the management of the Society patently did not feel.
They feel that there were many people of Voortrekker descent who were not co-opted or assimilated into what they see as the Cape-based Afrikaner identity which began emerging after the Second Anglo-Boer War and the subsequent establishment of the Union of South Africa in 1910.
They feel that the Western-Cape based Afrikaners — whose ancestors did not trek eastwards or northwards — took advantage of the republican Boers ' destitution following the Anglo-Boer War and later attempted to assimilate the Boers into a new politically based cultural label as " Afrikaners ".
They feel more secure on steep terrain, where they will often lead a pursuing wolf downhill.
They believe that they play a role in determining their own behavior and so feel responsible for their own behavior.
They feel that characteristics based on the new definition are wrongly projected back onto Christian fundamentalists by their critics.
They declared that Son of Golden Turkey Awards " is our last word ... we hereby solemnly pledge that the years ahead will produce no further Golden Turkey publications by the Medved Brothers ... we now pass the torch to whichever brave souls feel ready to take up the challenge.
They assert that by defining crimes as being committed by one group against another, rather than as being committed by individuals against their society, the labeling of crimes as “ hate crimes ” causes groups to feel persecuted by one another, and that this impression of persecution can incite a backlash and thus lead to an actual increase in crime.
They may not want others to see them as weak, or may feel there is something impolite or shameful in complaining about pain, or they may feel the pain is deserved punishment for past transgressions.
They may feel certain pain treatment is against their religion.
They may not report pain because they feel it is a sign that death is near.
They promise that as the ghosts travel onward and upward, they will become more solid and thus feel less and less discomfort.
They have been designed to replicate the look and feel of existing board or miniatures wargames on the computer.
They need to place people into distinct categories in order to know how we should feel about them.
They are the inner impulses that make us feel like or dislike about certain external objects, which we perceive through the senses, and are associated with the preconceptions that are recalled.
They communicate emotions they really feel.
They then order Khayman to find the witches and bring them back to Egypt so that they could use their knowledge of spirits to help them, as they feel guilty because of their thirst for blood.
They had hoped that she would feel indebted to the nobles for her unexpected fortune and remain a figurehead at best, and malleable at worst.

They and they
They had been seen as soon as they left the ranch, picked out of the darkness by the weary though watchful eyes of two men posted a few hundred yards away in the windless shelter of the trees.
They greeted the news angrily, as though they had been cheated of purpose.
They weren't sleeping, of course, but they thought they were doing him a favor by pretending.
They expected greater things from him, regardless of how trying the circumstances, and they were disappointed.
They were going to town, and they were both excited.
They would have to go west through the narrow river valley that separated Leyte from Samar and hope that it didn't close in before they returned.
They had never seen a tultul but they had heard about it from their fathers ''.
They think of it as a kind of spooky museum in which they may half see and half imagine the old splendor.
They fought hard, but they were forgiving to former foes, and sought to prevent vindictive legislatures from confiscating Tory property in violation of the Treaty of 1783.
They recognized that slavery was a moral issue and not merely an economic interest, and that to recognize it explicitly in their Constitution would be in explosive contradiction to the concept of sovereignty they had set forth in the Declaration of 1776 that `` all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among them are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
They differed in the balance they believed essential to the sovereignty of the citizen -- but the supreme sacrifice each made served to maintain a still more fundamental truth: That individual life, liberty and happiness depend on a right balance between the two -- and on the limitation of sovereignty, in all its aspects, which this involves.
They look as if they had been sculptured with an unsharpened chisel.
They withdraw to the underground of the slums where they can defy the precepts of legalized propriety.
Lautner, for his part, `` belonged to the present-day race of small artists, who do not demand the utmost of themselves '', and the bitter description of the type includes such epithets as `` wretched little poseurs '', the devastating indictment `` they do not know how to be wretched decently and in order '', and the somewhat extreme prophecy, so far not fulfilled: `` They will be destroyed ''.
They have indicated the direction but they have not been explicit enough, I believe, in pointing out Faulkner's independence, his questioning if not indeed challenging the Southern tradition.
They explained that they desired only to stop in India until a ship traveling on to Burma could be found.
Defoe then commented, `` If they Could Draw that young Gentleman into Their Measures They would show themselves quickly, for they are not asham'd to Say They want only a head to Make a beginning ''.
They had lost twice with the radical Bryan, and were having no part of Hearst, whom they considered more radical than Bryan.
They are not true because scientists or prophets say they are true.

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