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We and feel
We feel the quality of these powers initially as in some degree wholesome or threatening.
We feel uncomfortable at being bossed by a corporation or a union or a television set, but until we have some knowledge about these phenomena and what they are doing to us, we can hardly learn to control them.
We sympathize with Mr. Kennedy, but we feel bound to say that his budget review doesn't please us either, although for very different reasons.
We, ourselves, are always eager to know how others feel about us and the way in which we live.
President Kennedy's invitation to the Spanish-born master said, `` We feel your performance as one of the world's greatest artists would lend distinction to the entertainment of our guests ''.
We trust you are not one of the 70,000,000 Americans who do not attend church, but who feel that various forms of recreation are more important than worshipping the God who made our country great.
We may feel pessimistic at the outlook.
`` We all feel guilty '', I turned away from her coldly.
In 1938 Attlee opposed the Munich Agreement in which Chamberlain negotiated with Hitler to give Germany the German-speaking parts of Czechoslovakia, the Sudetenland: We all feel relief that war has not come this time.
We still make them feel and we still make them flee,
Loach, Laverty and O ' Brien subsequently wrote that: " We feel duty bound to take advice from those living at the sharp end inside the occupied territories.
We also wanted the player to feel as if he really was the character on the screen.
On September 30, Defense Secretary George Marshall sent an eyes-only message to MacArthur instructing MacArthur to escalate the war in Korea " We want you to feel unhampered tactically and strategically to proceed north of the 38th parallel.
Stevie and Kim were soon divorced: " We didn't get married because we were in love, we got married because we were grieving and it was the only way that we could feel like we were doing anything.
We watch for those awkward scenes that make us feel a smidge better about our own little unfilmed lives.
It states that " We give thanks to the Author of all that is good, who allows us once again, in prayer and in dialogue, to express the joy we feel as brothers and to renew our commitment to move towards full communion ".
Alfred Adler said: “ We cannot think, feel, will, or act without the perception of a goal ”
We wanted to reproduce such beautiful masterpieces ... so that audiences would feel as though they were standing at the podium with Stokowski ".
We all agreed no blacks were permitted until probably the ' 60s and do not feel welcome today.
We are made to feel that patriarchy is natural ; we are less likely to question it, and less likely to direct our energies to ending it.
After the death of Pope John Paul II in 2005, Paisley expressed sympathy for Catholics stating " We can understand how Roman Catholics feel at the death of the Pope and we would want in no way to interfere with their expression of sorrow and grief at this time.
" We just wanted you to feel like home when you walked in and then go explore the museum part ," Haddock told Alexandria Daily Town Talk.
We feel our town is taking on new life.
We feel that this is a satisfactory solution – not only satisfying to the mind, but also, and above all, satisfactory from the humanitarian point of view.

We and Detroit
We changed clubs the way Detroit changes tailfins, every year had a new one, and last year's was junk ".
The subjective surreal writings of Detroit writer Gabriel Rheaume, in " The Shores We Walk " demonstrate the influence of Thompson outside of journalism.
A study reported in The American Journal of Human Genetics stated, " We analyzed the European genetic contribution to 10 populations of African descent in the United States ( Maywood, Illinois ; Detroit ; New York ; Philadelphia ; Pittsburgh ; Baltimore ; Charleston, South Carolina ; New Orleans ; and Houston ) ... mtDNA haplogroups analysis shows no evidence of a significant maternal Amerindian contribution to any of the 10 populations.
The band will also be appearing in August 2012, at the 30th anniversary of We Fest in Detroit Lakes, MN.
During the Detroit mayoral election of 1925, Niebuhr's sermon, " We fair-minded Protestants cannot deny ", was published on the front pages of both the Detroit Times and the Free Press.
Of her experience growing up, Thomas has said, She has also said that in Detroit in the 1920s, she came home crying from school, " They wanted to make you feel you weren't ' American '... We were called ' garlic eaters .'.
Joe Grimm, formerly of the Detroit Free Press, likened journalese to a " stage voice ": " We write journalese out of habit, sometimes from misguided training, and to sound urgent, authoritative and, well, journalistic.
" We are considering structural changes that will bring us greater efficiencies, while also allowing long term growth and expansion of the League ," said John Hantz, former Chairman of the MISL, and Owner / Operator of the Detroit Ignition.
We first used the phrase when we were the house band at a ballroom in Detroit, and we played there every week with another band from the area.
The album was produced by Brian Deck, who first met the band on a concert in Detroit, " We ended up on a bill together at The Magic Stick in Detroit, and we got along really well, we hung out till the end of the night — and maybe consumed a fair amount of beer together .” says Deck .< ref > Wood, Mikael.
We referred to the streets of Detroit as ' Hell ' on that record.
* We Almost Lost Detroit
Several of the claims in the ANS's account are contradicted by certain parts of We Almost Lost Detroit, a book written by local Detroit newsman John Grant Fuller ( subtitled " This Is Not A Novel ").
" We, The Detroit Partnership, seek to unite the University of Michigan and Detroit through fulfilling community partnerships.
Five singles were issued in 2008: a cover of a Suicide song on the Irish label Infirmary Phonographic ; an INXS covers single on Australian label Stained Circles ; a Sparks covers single on In The Red, which includes " Sherlock Holmes ", also found on We Have You Surrounded and an iTunes compilation ; and two splits on Cass Records with 2008 touring partners-a cover of Detroit proto-punk band Death on a split with touring partner Kelley Stoltz and a split with Dan Sartain.
After losing to the Detroit Tigers in the 2006 ALDS, he was criticized for telling a reporter, " We got matched up with a team that, I think, was a little more ready to play than we were ," which was taken by some as a jab at manager Joe Torre.

We and News
The executive editor of the paper in the late 1960s, Reed Hundt, who later served as chairman of the FCC, noted that the Daily News had a flexible policy about publishing cartoons: " We publish pretty much anything.
Their 1977 album, News of the World, contained two of rock's most recognisable anthems, " We Will Rock You " and " We Are the Champions ".
* Blair-" We are ready to act on Iraq "-BBC News
News of the two deaths broke almost simultaneously and some newspapers ran an obituary of Howerd in which Hill was quoted as regretting Howerd's passing, saying " We were great, great friends ".
( Also in 1986, the Grammy for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal was won by " We Are the World " performed by USA for Africa, in which Huey Lewis and the News were participants, however this award went to the songs Producer Quincy Jones and not to any of the artists ).
" We Are the Champions " is a power ballad written by Freddie Mercury and recorded and performed by British rock band Queen for their 1977 album News of the World.
In June 2006, Don Kaplan of the tabloid New York Post ( owned by News Corporation, which also owns Fox News ) wrote a column titled " Do We Need MSNBC?
'" Michael Barone of U. S. News & World Report praised How We Got Here, noting that " more than any other book … it shows how we came to be the way we are.
* Taylor, Alan, We, the Media: Pedagogic Intrusion into U. S. Mainstream Film and Television News Broadcasting Rhetorics ISBN 3-631-51852-8
Most notable are the second verse of " It Makes No Difference Now " from The Supremes Sing Country, Western and Pop, " Ain't That Good News " from We Remember Sam Cooke plus a few later released Christmas songs, " Silent Night " and " O ' Holy Night.
President Robert Oden stated on September 7, 2007, " We commit not to mention ' U. S. News ' or similar rankings in any of our new publications, since such lists mislead the public into thinking that the complexities of American higher education can be reduced to one number.
We do not mean any disrespect to Sky News.
We are going to resize the rest of the company and concentrate on becoming a digital TV and thin client company ", and Computerworld Online News reported an Acorn spokesman saying " The problem was that it would have had a retail cost about twice as high as for a comparable PC.
Wilson realized that by scheduling the Golden Raspberry Awards prior to the Academy Awards, the ceremony would get more press coverage: " We finally figured out you couldn't compete with the Oscars on Oscar night, but if you went the night before, when the press from all over the world are here and they are looking for something to do, it could well catch on ," he said to BBC News.
The first video of Mount Weather shot from the air to be broadcast on national TV was filmed by ABC News producer Bill Lichtenstein, and was included in the 1983 20 / 20 segment " Nuclear Preparation: Can We Survive ", featuring 20 / 20 correspondent Tom Jarriel.
* Lovelock: ' We can't save the planet ' BBC Sci Tech News
Jim Fairchild of Grandaddy and All Smiles replaced Marr as guitarist, when Marr left the band after joining The Cribs, beginning with the support of No One's First and You're Next, which was released on August 4, 2009, composed of unreleased tracks from the recording sessions of Good News for People Who Love Bad News and We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank.
" We Will Rock You " is a song written by Brian May and recorded and performed by Queen for their 1977 album News of the World.
Thompson stated: " BBC News, News 24, the radio networks, have changed over the years and the traditional role of the newsreader, as opposed to a correspondent or presenter, has virtually died out over the services .... We tend to use journalists across BBC news programmes ... to read the news headlines.
" The Rocky Mountain News asked the Attorney General to cease his alerts: " We can never get to work if we keep jumping sideways in fear of the bewiskered Bolshevik.

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