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" 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.
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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 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.
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 and ever
We get some clue from a few remembrances of childhood and from the circumstance that we are probably not much more afraid of people now than man ever was.
We must be ever alert that freedom does not wither through the careless amassing of restrictive controls or the lack of courage to deal boldly with the issues of the day.
We couldn't be seen together, for the tongue of Scandal was ever ready to link our names, and the tongue of Scandal finds but one thing to say of the association of a man with a girl, no matter how innocent.
We now know that things rarely ever work out in such cut-and-dried fashion, and that car loadings, while perhaps interesting enough, are nevertheless not the magic formula that will always turn before stock prices turn.
We have seen the cause of democracy, which is, in our view, the cause of civilisation and humanity, receive a terrible defeat ... The events of these last few days constitute one of the greatest diplomatic defeats that this country and France have ever sustained.
:" We do not believe that he ever had a church on earth without revealing himself to that church: consequently, there were apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers, in the same.
We need a " mark " to define where we are and which direction we are heading to see if we ever get back to exactly the same pixel.
On poverty, Hoover said that " Given the chance to go forward with the policies of the last eight years, we shall soon with the help of God, be in sight of the day when poverty will be banished from this nation ", and promised, " We in America today are nearer to the final triumph over poverty than ever before in the history of any land ," but within months, the Stock Market Crash of 1929 occurred, and the world's economy spiraled downward into the Great Depression.
We also have a special vertex or vertices representing the local variables and references held by the runtime system, and no edges ever go to these nodes, although edges can go from them to other nodes.
" We ought always to give thanks to God for you, brethren, as is only fitting, because your faith is greatly enlarged, and the love of each one of you toward one another grows ever greater ; therefore, we ourselves speak proudly of you among the churches of God for your perseverance and faith in the midst of all your persecutions and afflictions which you endure " ( 2 Thess 1: 3-5 ).
The Court responded, " We reject this claim because neither the Supreme Court, nor this circuit, has ever held that evolutionism or Secular Humanism are ' religions ' for Establishment Clause purposes.
Wrote Staubach, " I can say that I don't think I ever felt any better as an athlete than how I felt after that game ..." Nick Buoniconti wrote, " I was knocked senseless ... The Cowboys seemed to be moving so much faster than we were .... We were overmatched psychologically as well as physically.
::“ We certainly cannot hope directly to compare their effects except within a limited future ; and all the arguments, which have ever been used in Ethics, and upon which we commonly act in common life, directed to shewing that one course is superior to another, are ( apart from theological dogmas ) confined to pointing out such probable immediate advantages …
We find that the centering of the management of industries into fewer and fewer hands makes the trade unions unable to cope with the ever growing power of the employing class.
We have no greater justification for being cruel to the miserable object, than for being cruel to a WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE or an ISAAC NEWTON ; but he passes away before an immeasurably better and higher power that of Christianity than ever ran wild in any earthly woods, and the world will be all the better when this place knows him no more.
In his acceptance speech a week after the convention ended, Secretary Hoover said: " We in America today are nearer to the final triumph over poverty than ever before in the history of this land ... We shall soon with the help of God be in sight of the day when poverty will be banished from this land.
We need the best teachers and enough of them to prepare our young people for a future immeasurably more complex than the present, and calling for ever larger numbers of competent and highly trained men and women.
We were Theodore Supergrass and the idea was the band would be a little black character, and we wouldn't ever have to do interviews.
Reynolds was less enthusiastic about Raphael's panel paintings, but the slight sentimentality of these made them enormously popular in the 19th century :" We have been familiar with them from childhood onwards, through a far greater mass of reproductions than any other artist in the world has ever had ..." wrote Wölfflin, who was born in 1862, of Raphael's Madonnas.
His first role was that of an elderly Jewish man in the play We Americans, written by playwrights Max Siegel and Milton Herbert Gropper ; it was also the first time that he ever acted in English.
Angela Lansbury, who worked with the pair on State of the Union, later said: " We all knew, but nobody ever said anything.
We therefore most devoutly promise God that we will henceforth pay greater reverence than ever to churches and holy places.
For which his be the glory all in all, and ours a free recognition of his grace in making use of our instrumentality in the good work .... We implore and await from the Divine Goodness the same protection and favor which he has ever granted to this kingdom from the beginning ....
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