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We have far less to fear in the migrant family than we have in the migrant developer under these conditions.
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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 are forced, in our behavior towards others, to adopt empirically successful patterns in toto because we have such a minimal understanding of their essential elements.
A Yale historian, writing a few years ago in The Yale Review, said: `` We in New England have long since segregated our children ''.
We hear equally fervent concern over the belief that we have not enough generalists who can see the over-all picture and combine our national skills and knowledge for useful purposes.
We have proved so able to solve technological problems that to contend we cannot realize a universal goal in the immediate future is to be extremely shortsighted, if nothing else.
We have so completely entered the child's fantasy that his illness and his death are the plausible and the necessary conclusion.
We experience a vague uneasiness about events, a suspicion that our political and economic institutions, like the genie in the bottle, have escaped confinement and that we have lost the power to recall them.
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 may also recognize cases in which the poets have influenced the philosophers and even indirectly the scientists.
We must, therefore, have a look at the new archaeological material and re-examine the literary and place-name evidence which bears upon the problem.
`` We have just returned from Roswell, N.M., where we were defeated, 34 to 9 '', the young man noted.
We in East Greenwich have the example of two neighboring communities, one currently utilizing double sessions in their schools, and the other facing this prospect next year.
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We are all, though many of us are snobbish enough to wish to deny it, in far closer sympathy with the art of the music-hall and picture-palace than with Chaucer and Cimabue, or even Shakespeare and Titian.
There is, of course, nothing new about dystopias, for they belong to a literary tradition which, including also the closely related satiric utopias, stretches from at least as far back as the eighteenth century and Swift's Gulliver's Travels to the twentieth century and Zamiatin's We, Capek's War With The Newts, Huxley's Brave New World, E. M. Forster's `` The Machine Stops '', C. S. Lewis's That Hideous Strength, and Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four, and which in science fiction is represented before the present deluge as early as Wells's trilogy, The Time Machine, `` A Story Of The Days To Come '', and When The Sleeper Wakes, and as recently as Jack Williamson's `` With Folded Hands '' ( 1947 ), the classic story of men replaced by their own robots.
We quickly ran into the same trouble that plagued Bill Ruger in his first experiments: Three or four bullets would be placed well in a six-inch bull at 100 yards and then, unaccountably, one could stray far out of the group.
We gently usher them to an island of tables and chairs strategically placed on the far side of the pool where they can amuse each other until we get ready to merge sides.
The whole, however, may be judged from this fragment: " We Irish, though dwelling at the far ends of the earth, are all disciples of St. Peter and St. Paul ... we are bound to the Chair of Peter, and although Rome is great and renowned, through that Chair alone is she looked on as great and illustrious among us ... On account of the two Apostles of Christ, you pope are almost celestial, and Rome is the head of the whole world, and of the Churches ".
Describing his intention, Capa said ' We named this unknown generation, The Generation X, and even in our first enthusiasm we realised that we had something far bigger than our talents and pockets could cope with '.
‘ We made a peaceful entry into this new country, establishing a reputation for fair trade and decent behaviour ... but gold was our interest and we had traced the rivers and tributaries as far as practicable where conditions and results justified the effort and found nothing worthwhile.
" Interviewed by Dreger, Ray Blanchard, the Chair of the Paraphilias Sub-Work Group, explained: " We tried to go as far as we could in depathologizing mild and harmless paraphilias, while recognizing that severe paraphilias that distress or impair people or cause them to do harm to others are validly regarded as disorders.
Robert B. Parker's 2001 novel Potshot borrows heavily from the end of the movie for the final confrontation between Spenser's group of seven outlaws and the Dell, the antagonists of the story, going so far as to acknowledge it in dialog between characters and having one of them say the line, " We deal in lead, friend.
Albarn explained to the NME in January 1997 that " We created a movement: as far as the lineage of British bands goes, there'll always be a place for us ", but added, " We genuinely started to see that world in a slightly different way.
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.
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.
We, free men born in freedom's fairest clime, so far from finding you a tyrant, have seen in you a leader of unbounded mercy in the day of victory.
The site, however, also questions whether Earhart could have been so far from Howland and points out that the R-1340-S3H1 may have been from a USAAF B-17E ( 41-2429 ; nicknamed " Why Don't We Do This More Often ") reported to have exploded in mid-air over the area on August 7, 1942.
Novelist Tensei Kawano went as far as to state, " We of the younger generation are outcasts from politics and society.
Wenham's ice industry brought the name of Wenham to the notice of people as far away as London, where hotels in the 1850s advertised: " We serve Wenham Lake Ice.
We had a great friendship going and there seems to be far more pictures of me and Paul playing together at that age than there are pictures of me and my dad.
He knows that this is the result of Oedipus ' curse on his sons, and begs his father to relent, even going so far as to say " We share the same fate " to his father.
According to Clif White, " The three years on MGM were by far the most erratic in Solomon ’ s career, from the sublime " Drown in My Own Tears " on the We ’ re Almost Home album, which is sung to just an acoustic guitar accompaniment, to the ridiculous " Icbyanti W. T.
We have with the utmost deliberation, examined the matter, with an anxiety to duly discharge the duty which we owe on all hands — the duty which we owe the prisoner of not meting out punishment beyond the just measure of the offence, and the duty we owe to the public that the degree of punishment will be such as to carry out the object of all punishment, which is not the mere infliction of the penalty upon the person convicted, but the prevention of crime — that that punishment should carry with it a security to the country, as far as possible, that one who has offended so perseveringly — that so deliberate a violator of the law shall not be permitted to continue his course of conduct to the disturbance of its peace and prosperity.
Maimonides ( 1134 – 1204 ) says that as sins cannot be taken off one ’ s head and transferred elsewhere, the ritual is symbolic, enabling the penitent to discard his sins: “ These ceremonies are of a symbolic character and serve to impress man with a certain idea and to lead him to repent, as if to say, ‘ We have freed ourselves of our previous deeds, cast them behind our backs and removed them from us as far as possible ’.”
" We are concerned about the flavour of this script, which, in its preoccupation with horror and gruesome detail, goes far beyond what we are accustomed to allow even for the ' X ' category.