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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.
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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.
" 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 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 really
Likewise, Oscar Wilde wrote, " We have really everything in common with America nowadays, except, of course, the language " ( The Canterville Ghost, 1888 ).
[...] We made grindcore a bit easier to listen to at the expense of the diehard grindcore fans who thought that we were, well, not sellouts, but not really true to the original essence of grindcore.
We were somewhat startled at the remark, but still more at learning, a few days after, that Melville was really supposed to be deranged, and that his friends were taking measures to place him under treatment.
We need to experience " death consciousness " so as to wake up ourselves as to what is really important ; the authentic in our lives which is life experience, not knowledge.
In June 1937, when Lord Mount Temple, the Chairman of the Anglo-German Fellowship, asked to see the British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain after meeting Hitler in a visit arranged by Ribbentrop, Robert Vansittart, the British Foreign Office's Undersecretary wrote a memo stating that :" The P. M. Minister should certainly not see Lord Mount Temple – nor should the S of S. We really must put a stop to this eternal butting in of amateurs – and Lord Mount Temple is a particularly silly one.
We really don ’ t think laws and “ imaginary property ” have any place in peoples ’ love or cultural relations.
We worked together for a few days, weeks maybe, and I decided I didn ’ t really want to do a Roxy thing.
We weren't going to be walking meekly in the night and letting them shove us around — it's like standing your ground for the first time and in a really strong way, and that's what caught the police by surprise.
People not really guilty are likely to be arrested and railroaded through their hearings .... We appear to be attempting to repress a political party .... By such methods we drive underground and make dangerous what was not dangerous before.
In the words of Grand Duchess Augusta of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, " We must give credit to old Charlotte for really saving life.
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.
The kids have been doing it for a while … you can buy tapes of Turkish music from Turkish stores around the city and they ’ ve been experimenting with that music, sampling it, mixing it with other stuff and rapping to it … We ’ re just trying to build on the Turkish rap thing and build an outlet for it … If I ’ m going to tell you why we ’ re doing it, well, it ’ s pride really.
Dan Olinger, a professor at the fundamentalist Bob Jones University in Greenville said, “ We want to be good citizens and participants, but we ’ re not really interested in using the iron fist of the law to compel people to everything Christians should do .” Bob Marcaurelle, interim pastor at Mountain Springs Baptist Church in Piedmont, said the Middle Ages were proof enough that Christian ruling groups are almost always corrupted by power.
Describing their victory, the new council leader Richard Austin said: " We knew that the mood of the people of Boston was very black and they really do want something to happen to Boston that isn't happening at the moment.
Sampras cited a leg injury as the reason Rafter won, an attitude that upset the generally mild-mannered Aussie: " He really does say some funny things at the wrong time ", said Rafter, " We are out there busting our guts and he doesn't show a lot of respect at the end of the day.
We were out all the time around the clock and every time we came across a really juicy murder or scandal or whatever, they ’ d send the big time reporters and photographers, otherwise they ’ d run our stories.
Producer Gary Weis said " We were sitting around in Eric's kitchen one day, planning a sequence that really ripped into the mythology and George looked up and said, ' We were the Beatles, you know!
We and knew
" 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.
He stated in his 1974 autobiography, " We were so poor and everybody around us was so poor that it was the forties before anyone even knew there had been a depression.
" As soon as I heard John Bonham play ", recalled Jones, " I knew this was going to be great ... We locked together as a team immediately ".
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?
According to Hardman, " We knew that we could not raise enough money to shoot a film on a par with the classic horror films with which we had all grown up.
They were most impressed with their visit to Constantinople, saying, " We knew not whether we were in Heaven or on Earth … We only know that God dwells there among the people, and their service is fairer than the ceremonies of other nations.
In the churches of the Germans his emissaries saw no beauty ; but at Constantinople, where the full festival ritual of the Byzantine Church was set in motion to impress them, they found their ideal: " We no longer knew whether we were in heaven or on earth ," they reported, describing a majestic Divine Liturgy in Hagia Sophia, " nor such beauty, and we know not how to tell of it.
In August 2011, the APA clarified their support of same-sex marriage in light of continued research suggesting that the same community benefits accepted as result of hetero-sexual marriage apply to same-sex couples as well, " We knew that marriage benefits heterosexual people in very significant ways, but we didn't know if that would be true for same-sex couples ," said Dr. Clinton Anderson, associate executive director of the APA and director of the Office on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Concerns.
As the war progressed, with no hope of joining the rebellion due to power of the Royal Navy ( in the letter he had addressed to Bermudians soliciting the theft of the gunpowder, George Washington had written We would not wish to in volve you in an Opposition, in which from your Situation, we should be unable to support you: -- We knew not therefore to what Extent to sollicit your Assistance in availing ourselves of this Supply ), with increasing numbers of Amercan loyalists in Bermuda ( such as the privateer Bridger Goodrich ), and with their economic opportunities dwindling, Bermudians overcame their sympathies for their erstwhile countrymen and unleashed their privateers ( which, by the middle of the 18th Century already outnumbered those of any of the mainland colonies ) upon American shipping.
Angela Lansbury, who worked with the pair on State of the Union, later said: " We all knew, but nobody ever said anything.
After their Defeat the Rebels retired to the Isle aux Noix, where they continued till lately, sending out some Parties, and many Emissaries, to debauch the Minds of the Canadians and Indians, in which they have proved too successful, and for which they were too well prepared by the Cabals and Intrigues of these two last years ; We knew of their being reinforced, and very considerably, I suppose, as they appeared in Numbers near St. John's last Sunday Evening ; where or when they landed, or the Particulars since, we have but very imperfect Accounts of, all Communications with the Forts of St. John's and Chambli, being, as far as I can find, entirely cut off.
According to Theodore Roosevelt: " We have taken into our language the word prairie, because when our backwoodsmen first reached the land the Midwest and saw the great natural meadows of long grass — sights unknown to the gloomy forests wherein they had always dwelt — they knew not what to call them, and borrowed the term already in use among the French inhabitants.
Conyers expressed concern that this silence was due to the CIA's connections to these military officers dating back to the creation of the Haitian Intelligence service known as SIN, as Alan Nairn's research has shown: " We have turned a very deaf ear to what is obviously a moving force ... it leads you to wonder if our silence is because we knew this was going on and of our complicity in drug activity ..." Nairn in particular alleged that the CIA's connections to these drug traffickers in the junta not only dated to the creation of SIN, but were ongoing during and after the coup.