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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.
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An eighteenth-century response to the novel from the Monthly Review reads: “ We must hear no more of enchanted forests and castles, giants, dragons, walls of fire and other ‘ monstrous and prodigious things ;’ – yet still forests and castles remain, and it is still within the province of fiction, without overstepping the limits of nature, to make use of them for the purpose of creating surprise .”
* We hear no more about the ' hilfs of S ', unless these are the same as the small furry natives of Athshe ( who are of Hainish descent, like the various other humans and quasi-humans ).
We can also hear the fall of a meteorite in a radio receiver ; as the falling object burns from friction with the Earth's atmosphere, ionizing surrounding gases, thereby producing radio waves.
We hear but little of Tyndaris under the Roman government, but it appears to have been a flourishing and considerable city.
We next hear of Caratacus in Tacitus's Annals, leading the Silures and Ordovices of Wales against Plautius ' successor as governor, Publius Ostorius Scapula.
We could hear their voices in the next room .” Finally, after twenty minutes, the Duke of Angoulême reluctantly countersigned the ( following ) document.
' We were always asked to turn down because a classical piano was being recorded in ' number one ' and they could hear us.
We know that the Roman colony was divided into regions and possessed a capitolium, with a temple of Jupiter, within the town, and that the market-place, for unguents especially, was called Seplasia ; we also hear of an aedes alba, probably the original senate house, which stood in an open space known as albana.
We then see and hear a moving rendition of the song " Going Home " ( from the second movement of Dvorak's 9th symphony, New World Symphony ) sung by Jan Clayton, who ironically received no billing despite her stellar performance.
Also, in the US finale, the original ' USA for Africa ' studio track for " We Are the World " was overlaid in places where the microphone was absent ( in fact, if you listen closely, you can hear the vocals of Kenny Rogers and James Ingram, two artists who did not even take part in Live Aid ).
We hear of the pallium being conferred on others, as a mark of distinction, as early as the sixth century.
" We can hear him read now, just as he did that summer day, when we were busy quilting upstairs, and he lay near the door, his voice rising denunciatory and thrilling — strong and loud as the roar of wind and waves, then soft and soothing as the balmy airs that quivered the morning-glory leaves about his gray beard.
He added, " We have sort of become a nation of whiners, you just hear this constant whining, complaining about a loss of competitiveness, America in decline.
The Dixie Chicks paid tribute by recording Darrell Scott's song " Long Time Gone ", which criticizes Nashville trends: " We listen to the radio to hear what's cookin ’/ But the music ain't got no soul / Now they sound tired but they don ’ t sound Haggard ," with the following lines mentioning Johnny Cash and Hank Williams in the same vein.
Dylan, however, did accept an invitation to perform at Woodstock ' 94, and was introduced with the phrase: " We waited twenty-five years to hear this.
We hear of a count palatine in Saxony, and of others in Lorraine, in Bavaria and in Swabia, their duties being to administer the royal estates in these duchies.
:… We could still hear scattered rifle fire and the sound of naval guns, and the Bolshevik sympathisers were sniping from the rooftops.
" We went through stages we got to be avant-garde kind of weird, which is what you hear after the splice-all that weird stuff we're playing — but there was a whole progression to that.
We and equally
We do not look down on niggers, kikes, wops or greasers, because here you are all equally worthless.
" Answered Rabban Yochanan, " We have another, equally important source of atonement, the practice of gemiluth ( loving kindness ), as it is stated: " I desire loving kindness and not sacrifice " ( Hosea 6: 6 ).
We can equally well speak of Diophantine sets of integers and freely replace quantification over natural numbers with quantification over the integers.
We adhere to the opinion already announced — that, taxes on real estate being indisputably direct taxes, taxes on the rents or income of real estate are equally direct taxes.
The movie starts with an introduction by Vishwanath, "' Sisurvetti pasurvetti, vetti gana rasam phanihi ' ( Music is enjoyed equally by babies, animals and even snakes ) We hope you appreciate our effort in bringing you the Jeeva Dhara of Indian classical music.
We don't need to assume anything about the distribution of test scores to reason that before we gave the test it was equally likely that the highest score would be any of the first 100.
We must continue to fight against discriminatory marriage amendments and work toward the day when all American families are treated equally.
* We don't know the actual side length, but we might assume that all values are equally likely and simply pick the mid-value of 4 cm.
We don't know the actual surface area, but we might assume that all values are equally likely and simply pick the mid-value of 102 cm².
We don't know the actual volume, but we might assume that all values are equally likely and simply pick the mid-value of 76 cm < sup > 3 </ sup >.
After directing his second opera We Come to the River in 1976, Schlöndorff followed The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum with the equally political Coup de Grâce in 1976.
In 1874, together with Gotō Shōjirō of Tosa and Etō Shimpei and Soejima Taneomi of Hizen, he formed the Aikoku Kōtō ( Public Party of Patriots ), declaring, " We, the thirty millions of people in Japan are all equally endowed with certain definite rights, among which are those of enjoying and defending life and liberty, acquiring and possessing property, and obtaining a livelihood and pursuing happiness.
He was also known for his collaborations with Stephen Sondheim: the highly successful Company, the ill-fated Merrily We Roll Along and the ( equally ill-fated ) drama, Getting Away with Murder.
We are equally concerned about the report of the audience ’ s reaction, which appears to have endorsed, sustained and enjoyed his comments.
We do this because as human beings, we all are susceptible to a wide array of routine biases that can lead to an equally wide array of embarrassing blunders in education, personal finance, health care, mortgages and credit cards, happiness, and even the planet itself.
“ We must take care to guard against two extremes equally prejudicial ; the one, that men of ability, who have employed their time for the service of the community, may not be deprived of their just merits, and the reward of their ingenuity and labour ; the other, that the world may not be deprived of improvements, nor the progress of the arts be retarded ”.
We saw Vietnam ravaged equally by American bombs as well as by search and destroy missions, as well as by Vietcong terrorism, and yet we listened while this country tried to blame all of the havoc on the Vietcong.
We both hate the two extremes equally, but we differ in opinions with respect to the quarter from which the danger is most pressing.
We also learn from Horace that Methymnaean grapes were equally prized for the excellent vinegar which could be produced from them and which he describes accompanying a sumptuous eel dish.