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We and had
`` We had to do something ''.
We haven't had anything to eat all day ''.
`` We were possessed by visions of a new civilization to come, very pure and elevated '', he has said, `` in fact some ideal form of socialism such as we had dreamed of since the war of 1914-1918 ''.
We had been walking quite briskly, for despite your being so small and me so tall, your stride in those days could easily match mine.
We had stopped before a shop window to assess its autumnal display, when you suddenly turned to me, looking up from beneath one of your wrong hats, and with your nervous `` ahem ''!!
We were almost the same age, she was fifteen, I was twelve, and where I felt there was a life to look forward to Lilly felt she had had as much of it as was necessary.
We found that a charitable society in New York had a long case-history of the two ; ;
He said, `` We had a good time tonight, didn't we, Earl ''??
We had walked it many times and shivered, figuring what a fish barrel it had been for the French.
We had assumed that at least this local legislative body had nothing to hide, and, therefore, had no objections to making the deliberations of its committees and the city commissions available to the public.
We had a couple of schools in this country, the principal one being on the Marshall Field estate out in Lloyd's Neck.
`` We just sit quiet and wait '', Prevot had said.
We came down off the wall as if he had toppled all of us, and we crouched behind it.
We both had hangovers.
We still had that much in common.
`` We found some owls had built a nest in the chimney, milord, but I promise you you'll never have trouble of that sort again ''.
We also continued to run a series of ads featuring endorsement of Rhode Island by industrialists who had recently established new plants here.
We have had sound grounding in the principles of the mailed-fist-in-velvet-glove school of diplomacy.
We had merely been discovered by the pool sharks.
We unanimously agreed that Prokofieff had won his rights as a world citizen to the first ranks of Twentieth-Century Composers.
We have seen good new products shelved because no one had the assignment to develop such facts and plans -- and management couldn't make up its mind.

We and hardly
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 hardly earn the bread ", wrote Abby May to her brother, " the butter we have to think about.
We know nothing further about the mode in which Xenocrates carried out his dialectic, as it is probable that what was peculiar to Aristotelian logic did not remain unnoticed in it, for it can hardly be doubted that the division of the existent into the absolutely existent, and the relatively existent, attributed to Xenocrates, was opposed to the Aristotelian table of categories.
We shall recommend policies for the simple reason that we consider them right ( rather than “ non-controversial ”); and we consider them right because they are based on principles we deem right ( rather than on popularity polls )... The New Deal revolution, for instance, could hardly have happened save for the cumulative impact of The Nation and The New Republic, and a few other publications, on several American college generations during the twenties and thirties.
" We can hardly conclude even so desultory a survey of grammatical misdemeanours as this has been without mentioning the most notorious of all.
" We hardly ever bother to write something like " dog ( the mammal )", even when we write something like, " The feral dog dogged the human invaders of its territory until they eventually left the area.
The theatrical newspaper, The Era commented, " We can hardly overpraise the beauty and grace of the Opera Comique as it now appears to the delighted audience.
We know that Stig is a caveman, and really Barney hardly seems to give any thought to where Stig has come from until the end of the book.
We can construct a story of backdoor illicit liaisons and front door respectability from these fragments and others — Rydberg would hardly be the first, if it were true — but he never spoke openly about his private life at any time, and our best guess would still be guesswork.
We can hardly overestimate the influence which Rufinus exerted on Western theologians by thus putting the great Greek fathers into the Latin tongue.
“ It is remarkable that ludus, as the general term for play, has not only not passed into the Romance languages but has left hardly any traces there, so far as I can see ... We must leave to one side the question whether the disappearance of ludus and ludere is due to phonetic or to semantic causes .”
We hardly really knew it, and when we went in we had some extra time and we just threw it in, and that was the miracle of it.
We can hardly refrain from describing things altogether, but we can bear in mind that we could append to any name or description the word ' etc.
We formulate this proof directly for the case of polynomials over a UFD R, which is hardly different from its special case for R = Z.
" Alan Gibson wrote: " We hardly think of him as a stylist, and he was mostly a back-foot player, getting the greater number of his runs in the segments fanning out from point and square-leg.
We recorded everything live, in one room without headphones and hardly any overdubs.

We and any
We have staved off a war and, since our behavior has involved all these elements, we can only keep adding to our ritual without daring to abandon any part of it, since we have not the slightest notion which parts are effective.
`` We were requested by the Secretary General, as I understand it, to discuss with you such matters as appear to us to be relevant, and we are not of course either a formal group or a committee in the sense of being guided by any rules or regulations of the Secretariat.
We now have to think not only of our national security but also of the future generations who will suffer from any tests we might undertake.
We don't need this type of protection any more.
We fail to see how such procedure resulted in any prejudice to petitioner's contention, which was considered by the appeal board and denied by it.
`` We no longer have Tom Moore's and Longfellow's ' heart for any fate ', either '', I said.
We now shall show that any involution with these characteristics is necessarily of the type we have just described.
We have consoled ourselves with the thought that this is a normal human reaction and is one of the consequences of any decision in an adversary proceeding.
We also see how the results may be presented, although if n, the number of state variables, is large any tabulation will become cumbersome.
We can't expect any help from the fighters at Foggia, either.
`` 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 ; ;
Finally, Orville intoned through his hawk nose, `` We can't have people running in any time they please, Sergeant ''.
We must be ready for any needed sacrifice ''.
in effect, he was practicing what he preached in his Berlin message two weeks ago when he declared: `` We shall always be prepared to discuss international problems with any and all nations that are willing to talk, and listen, with reason ''.
We cannot, of course, assign it any substance.
We all painted in our spare time, and we had all started as easel painters with scholarships, but he was the only one of us who made any regular money at it.
" We are not youth any longer.
We can run the algorithm a constant number of times and take a majority vote to achieve any desired probability of correctness less than 1, using the Chernoff bound.
We have lived up to our convictions .” In any case, lack of accreditation seems to have made little difference during the post-war period, when the university more than doubled in size.
We also allow for an empty set, often denoted Ø and sometimes: a set without any members at all.
The Sudanese government was blamed for the attack, which was the second in the region in three days, but Sudanese foreign ministry spokesman Jamal Mohammed Ibrahim denies any Sudanese involvement, " We are not for any escalation with Chad.
At the Labour Party conference at Southport in 1934, Attlee declared that " We have absolutely abandoned any idea of nationalist loyalty.
We might not see any rotation initially, but if we closely look at the right, we see a larger field at, say, x = 4 than at x = 3.
:"< sup >†</ sup > We shall use the expression ' computable function ' to mean a function calculable by a machine, and let ' effectively calculable ' refer to the intuitive idea without particular identification with any one of these definitions.

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