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We know that much is made of the multiplicity and ambiguity of the identities that cluster around the key symbol of the Jew.
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We also know that the Saxon Shore as reflected in the Notitia was created as a part of the Theodosian reorganization of Britain ( post A.D. 369 ).
We want to know when the Potlatches telephone exactly how many they are planning to bring, so that we won't end up with a splashing mob that looks like Coney Island in August.
We know now that a 15-degree differential in temperature is the maximum usually desirable, and accurate controls assure the comfort we want.
We didn't even know them till about a month after we moved -- at that time, they had called on us, after I met Fran at a PTA meeting, and had taken us in hand socially.
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 know that the number of radio and television impulses, sound waves, ultra-violet rays, etc., that may occupy the very same space, each solitary upon its own frequency, is infinite.
We have learned from earthquakes much of what we now know about the earth's interior, for they send waves through the earth which emerge with information about the materials through which they have traveled.
We should not allow the image of an immanent end brought about indirectly by our own action in the continuing human struggle for a just endurable order of existence to blind us to the fact that in some measure accelerating the end of our lease may be one consequence among others of many other of mankind's thrusts toward we know not what future.
We and much
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 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 can force Britain and France out of the Suez, but we cannot so much as try to force the Russian tanks back from Budapest.
We can vote in the UN against South African apartheid or Portuguese rule in Angola, but we cannot even introduce a motion on the Berlin Wall -- much less, give the simple order to push the Wall down.
We do not want policy officers below the level of Presidential appointees to concern themselves too much with problems of domestic politics in recommending foreign policy action.
`` We always like to keep the ball as much as we can against Denver because they have such an explosive attack '', explained Stram.
We are often told that the Comedie has, unfortunately, life-contracts with old actors who are both mediocre and lazy, drawing their pay without much acting but probably doing real service to the Comedie by staying off the stage.
We finished the bottle -- I hadn't had a lot out of it earlier -- not speaking much to each other, and we stayed sober.
( Churchill sent a telegram to Alexander on 23 September 1942 which began, " We are in your hands and of course a victorious battle makes amends for much delay.
The executive editor of the paper in the late 1960s, Reed Hundt, who later served as chairman of the FCC, noted that the Daily News had a flexible policy about publishing cartoons: " We publish pretty much anything.
We are, indeed, a nation at risk, and nothing but radical reform of our schools can save us from impending disaster ... Whatever the price ... the price we will pay for not doing it will be much greater.
After filming Apocalypse Now, Coppola famously stated: " We were in the jungle, there were too many of us, we had access to too much money, too much equipment, and little by little, we went insane.
We know from other references that Euclid ’ s was not the first elementary geometry textbook, but it was so much superior that the others fell into disuse and were lost.
They both rebelled, and, according to Kelly: " We didn't like it much and were continually involved in fistfights with the neighborhood boys who called us sissies ... I didn't dance again until I was fifteen.
We are told that he was " plain and powerful in preaching, fervent in prayer ", " a discerner of other men's spirits, and very much master of his own ", skilful to " speak a word in due season to the conditions and capacities of most, especially to them that were weary, and wanted soul's rest "; " valiant in asserting the truth, bold in defending it, patient in suffering for it, immovable as a rock ".
We would dismiss it with some portentous words of Sir Kenelm Digby, in his observations on Browne's religio Medici: ' I have much ado to believe what he speaketh confidently ; that he is more beholding to Morpheus for learned and rational as well as pleasing dreams, than to Mercury for smart and facetious conceptions '.