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We are tempted to blame others for our problems rather than look them straight in the face and realize they are of our own making and possible of solution only by ourselves with the help of desperately needed, enlightened, competent leaders.
He described the Cold War: " We face a hostile ideology global in scope, atheistic in character, ruthless in purpose and insidious in method ..." and warned about what he saw as unjustified government spending proposals and continued with a warning that " we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military – industrial complex.
Moore recalled that " we wanted to aim high, do something different and big ... We knew we had to have a strong Picard story arc, so what are the profound things in a man's life he has to face?
We perceive as individuals a force greater than ourselves, which is our social life, and give that perception a supernatural face.
" We ... saw his red face lit like a hot turnip lamp as he crouched to stoke up the flames.
We tend to project our worst fears, and our most deeply disliked personal characteristics, onto other people, rather than look inside and face them within ourselves.
We were all really disturbed, even Jonathan: he just decided to put on a happy face and tried to turn lemons into lemonade, which annoyed a lot of folks at Sun.
:" We face many threats associated with climate change.
We see her face and the image blurs to grey.
:" We confront the Roman Catholic Church, other Christian bodies, and the synagogues of America with their silence and cowardice in the face of our country's crimes.
In Dune, Paul's suspicions are confirmed when Stilgar admits to Jessica that " We bribe the Guild with a monstrous payment in spice to keep our skies clear of satellites and such that none may spy what we do to the face of Arrakis.
Arguing in favour of independence, President Mangope claimed that the move would enable its population to negotiate with South Africa from a stronger position: " We would rather face the difficulties of administering a fragmented territory, the wrath of the outside world, and accusations of ill-informed people.
The non-aligned world: " We face neither East nor West: We face forward ", a Zambian political advertisement quotes Kwame Nkrumah.
We recognize that WTO Members with insufficient or no manufacturing capacities in the pharmaceutical sector could face difficulties in making effective use of compulsory licensing under the TRIPS Agreement.
Joel remembers, " We had to come up with something that Norville was going to invent that on the face of it was ridiculous.
" In the same letter she did, however, offer qualified support for land reform: " We do recognise the very real issues you face over land reform ... we would be prepared to support a programme of land reform that was part of a poverty eradication strategy, but not on any other basis ".
* Disturbed in their 2005 release Ten Thousand Fists stated: " We would like to dedicate this record to the memory of our late fallen brother, Dimebag Darrell, one of the greatest guitar players to ever walk the face of this Earth.
‘‘ We know a person ’ s face, and can recognize it among a thousand, indeed a million.
We also wash our face often to keep ourselves cool.
We assume that the die must land on one face or another,
# We are opposed to the ideology of national liberation movements which claims that there is some common interest between native bosses and the working class in face of foreign domination.

We and indeed
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, indeed, a nation at risk, and nothing but radical reform of our schools can save us from impending disaster ... Whatever the price ... the price we will pay for not doing it will be much greater.
We are dealing with this: Would a stable mind depart from the opinion handed down by so many men famous for holiness and miracles, depart from the decisions of the Church, and commit our souls to the faith of someone like you who has sprung up just now with a few followers, although the leading men of your flock do not agree either with you or among themselves – indeed though you do not even agree with yourself, since in this same Assertion you say one thing in the beginning and something else later on, recanting what you said before.
We can check this answer by dividing each of our original numbers by 51 and verify that indeed:
We were very disappointed, and also anxious, but we were given the impression, indeed assured, that the project would be always subject to Mr Hayao's approval.
We can indeed enumerate algorithms to construct a function T, about which we initially assume that it is a function from the natural numbers onto the reals.
We see then that radar, like indeed all macro-scale entities, is profoundly impacted by quantum theory.
We have been taught the speech of birds, and on us has been bestowed from everything: this is indeed the Grace manifest ( from God ).
We can find no other plausible explanation for the Noddacks ' data than that they did indeed detect fission " masurium.
Plotinus writes, " We ought not even to say that he will see, but he will be that which he sees, if indeed it is possible any longer to distinguish between seer and seen, and not boldly to affirm that the two are one.
We can use a primality testing algorithm to make sure that is indeed composite.
" We are not witnessing an end of writing which, to follow McLuhan's ideological representation, would restore a transparency or immediacy of social relations ; but indeed a more and more powerful historical unfolding of a general writing of which the system of speech, consciousness, meaning, presence, truth, etc., would only be an effect, to be analyzed as such.
" God in Islam is not only majestic and sovereign, but also a personal God: " And indeed We have created man, and We know what his ownself whispers to him.
We can bring it forth as a frightening moment, as an abyss that opens suddenly ; indeed, many of Shakespeare's tragedies are already really comedies out of which the tragic arises.
We cannot, indeed, we should not, do everything or be everywhere.
" We believe we have sufficient evidence to confirm that the property is indeed the village of Werowocomoco ," said Randolph Turner, director of the Virginia Department of Historic Resources ' Portsmouth Regional Office in 2003.
We might therefore expect that the solution of a Toeplitz system would be easier, and indeed that is the case.
" ( p. 224 ) The battle between uniformitarianism and catastrophism kept the Flood alive in the emerging discipline, until Adam Sedgwick, the president of the Geological Society, publicly recanted his previous support in his 1831 presidential address: We ought indeed to have paused before we first adopted the diluvian theory, and referred all our old superficial gravel to the action of the Mosaic Flood.
An alternative title is So Shall We Reap: how everyone who is liable to be born in the next ten thousand years could eat very well indeed ; and why, in practice, our immediate descendants are likely to be in serious trouble, on the future of agriculture, in which he challenges the current science and technology paradigm and outlines a sustainable way of feeding the population of the world, expected to stabilise at ten billion people by the middle of the 21st Century.
That soon cascaded to 50 or more and ultimately to 400 problems with that software ... We were indeed disappointed.
Omitting other appropriate passages which are almost numberless in the writings of the Fathers, We shall praise Saint Gregory the Great, who expressly testifies that this is indeed the teaching of the Catholic Church.
" Kierkegaard puts it this way in another book, " We shall not say with the Preacher ( Ecclesiastes 4: 10 ), ‘ Woe to him who is alone ; if he falls, there is no one else to raise him up ,” for God is indeed still the one who both raises up and casts down, for the one who lives in association with people and the solitary one ; we shall not cry, “ Woe to him ,” but surely an “ Ah, that he might not go astray ,” because he is indeed alone in testing himself to see whether it is God ’ s call he is following or a voice of temptation, whether defiance and anger are not mixed embitteringly in his endeavor.

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