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We expect him to be noble, and to make us so -- yet he knows, and tries to tell us, how very humble man must be.
from Brown Corpus
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We and expect
We found no obvious effects due to preferred orientation of the crystallites in this sample nor would we expect to on the basis of the shape found from electron microscopic examination.
We should expect that general phonologic theory should be as adequate for tone as for consonants and vowels, but it has not been.
`` We ( the Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry ) expect to establish closer relations with nations and their cultural activities, and it will be easy as a member of the fair staff to bring in acts '', explains Mrs. Geraghty.
One paratrooper who gave evidence at the Tribunal testified that they were told by an officer to expect a gunfight and " We want some kills ".
::" We have no idea how consciousness emerges from the physical activity of the brain and we do not know whether consciousness can emerge from non-biological systems, such as computers ... At this point the reader will expect to find a careful and precise definition of consciousness.
" We knew they were bringing great talent through their farm system, but we certainly didn't expect it to pay off with big-league success so quickly ," said Will Lingo, editor of Baseball America.
If this letter were to Ephesus, one would expect it to have more of the warmth evidenced in Philippians ... We may safely assume the letter was a general letter to Gentile believers in southwestern Asia Minor and that it became identified with Ephesus as the most important city between Rome and Antioch.
We should expect to see the same process developing in education with the new experts replacing those who hold ideas about Behaviourism or Cognitivism.
We would expect to find the total probability by multiplying the probabilities of each of the actions, for any chosen positions of E and F. We then, using rule a ) above, have to add up all these probabilities for all the alternatives for E and F. ( This is not elementary in practice, and involves integration.
" We did not expect it to be that much ," Port Authority of Allegheny County spokeswoman Judi McNeil said.
We expect to see a cheaper cost for HTSC due to lower refrigeration requirements but this is not the case.
To some German senior officers who complained to Mangin about their lack of comfort in captivity he replied ( translated from the French ): " We do regret it, gentlemen, but then we did not expect so many of you ".
When Taki was briefly imprisoned for cocaine possession Moore refused to accept his resignation, explaining publicly: " We expect our High Life columnist to be high some of the time.
We cannot expect to meet the challenges of this century by toying with the structures and technologies we have inherited from the past, and the concept of Decentralised Energy should to be taken seriously.
We might therefore expect that the solution of a Toeplitz system would be easier, and indeed that is the case.
We and him
We did not dare speak to so exalted a being, but Norton aimed his camera and shot him, so to speak, on the rise, the split second between the halt and the turn.
We therefore leave the writer to the enjoyment of the unenvied reputation which the personal abuse he has heaped on us will entitle him to from the low and vulgar herd to which he belongs ''.
We press him to conform to our comfortable conceptions and not to bruise our satisfactions with his word, and God's.
We first see him shaking Mrs. Joe's hand on discovering the sizable amount of the premium paid to her husband for Pip's indenture as an apprentice and later pumping Pip's hands `` for the hundredth time at least '' ( `` May I -- may I -- ''??
`` We '' were Bill Garrett of the National Geographic Illustrations Staff, whose three cameras and eight lenses made him look as formidable as any fighting man we met ; ;
Sunday he had added, `` We can love Eisenhower the man, even if we considered him a mediocre president but there is nothing left of the Republican Party without his leadership ''.
Even his old literary home, Punch, where the When We Were Very Young verses had first appeared, was ultimately to reject him, as Christopher Milne details in his autobiography The Enchanted Places, although Methuen continued to publish whatever Milne wrote, including the long poem ' The Norman Church ' and an assembly of articles entitled Year In, Year Out ( which Milne likened to a benefit night for the author ).
He who gives in charity and fears Allah And in all sincerity testifies to the Truth ; We shall indeed make smooth for him the path of Bliss
We are not certain that the word " democracy " was extant when systems that came to be called democratic were first instituted, but around 460 BC an individual is known whose parents had decided to name him ' Democrates ', a name which may have been manufactured as a gesture of democratic loyalty ; the name can also be found in Aeolian Temnus, not a particularly democratic state.