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We may contemplate the history of this people, existing so long in that dark region, as a type of the inextinguishable Light of Christ ’ s religion ; and in this sense it may be truly said, “ We have seen his Star in the east ".
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We and may
We are worried about what people may do with them -- that some crazy fool may `` push the button ''.
We may thus trace the notion of individual autonomy from its manifestation in religious practice and theological reflection through practical politics and political theory into literature and the arts.
We may also recognize cases in which the poets have influenced the philosophers and even indirectly the scientists.
We may further grant to those of her ( Poetry's ) defenders who are lovers of poetry and yet not poets, the permission to speak in prose on her behalf: let them show not only that she is pleasant but also useful to States and to human life, and we will listen in a kindly spirit ; ;
We who are living today may learn a valuable lesson from those who celebrated the first Thanksgiving Day.
We may then dismiss the time difference between these courses and the usual four year course of the interior design student as not having serious bearing on the subject.
We pointed out that emotional excitement may lead to psychosomatic disorders and neurotic symptoms, particularly in certain types of personality, but it is also known that the reliving of a strong emotion ( `` abreaction '' ) may cure a battle neurosis.
We may say that his attitude was foolish, since he may have been a success had he learned some human relations skills ; ;
We assume further that the union recognizes the possibility that price-level increases may offset wage-rate increases, and it does not entirely disregard the effect of price increases arising from its own wage increases upon the `` real '' wage rate.
We concluded that we may refer workers to the fieldwork ( but not the packing shed work ) provided we give them written notice of the packing shed dispute.
We may carry this sequence one step further and say that at seventy he was a poet at the height of his powers, wanting only the impetus of two tragedies, one personal, the other national, to loose those powers in poetry.
We first see him shaking Mrs. Joe's hand on discovering the sizable amount of the premium paid to her husband for Pip's indenture as an apprentice and later pumping Pip's hands `` for the hundredth time at least '' ( `` May I -- may I -- ''??
We also see how the results may be presented, although if n, the number of state variables, is large any tabulation will become cumbersome.
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 may conclude that all six points of information, ostensibly given by the dream priest, could have been furnished by Dr. Hilprecht's subconscious reasoning.
We may now take up for consideration a hard case which seems to require either no action employing economic pressure or else action that would seem to violate the principles set forth above.
We may show, first, that there cannot possibly be an alternative other than the three typically represented by Bultmann, Barth, and Buri.
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 contemplate
We have so many new things to fear in this age of nuclear weapons, dreadful things which are too horrible to contemplate.
We sat down to contemplate at our leisure the lost valley, which seemed to us to be entirely covered with glaciers.
We are disempowered by the risks, cowed into timidity by fear of the choices we might be inclined or persuaded to contemplate ’.
In 1968 though he declared, " We are too closely wed, the Pittsburgh Symphony and I, to contemplate any divorce.
We and history
`` We are menaced for the first time in the history of the Republic by the open and unblushing effort of a multi-millionaire to purchase the Presidential nomination.
We have aligned ourselves with that `` liberal '' tradition in Protestant Christianity that counts among the great names in its history those of Schleiermacher, Ritschl, Herrmann, Harnack, and Troeltsch, and more recently, Schweitzer and the early Barth and, in part at least, Bultmann.
We know little more of the life of Andronicus, but he is of special interest in the history of philosophy, from the statement of Plutarch, that he published a new edition of the works of Aristotle and Theophrastus, which formerly belonged to the library of Apellicon, and were brought to Rome by Sulla with the rest of Apellicon's library in 84 BC.
Ecologist Robert Michael Pyle argues that most cultures have human-like giants in their folk history: " We have this need for some larger-than-life creature.
We can store the history of the splits and flips performed: each triangle stores a pointer to the two or three triangles that replaced it.
" We were the first film company in history allowed to shoot on Liberty Island at the Statue of Liberty at night.
[...] We shall introduce into this history in general only those events which may be useful first to ourselves and afterwards to posterity.
We find temples and shrines erected in his honour, e. g. at Nippur, Girsu, Ur, Babylon, Sippar, and Nineveh, and the numerous epithets given to him, as well as the various forms under which the god appears, alike bear witness to the popularity which he enjoyed from the earliest to the latest period of Babylonian-Assyrian history.
In December 1940 he wrote in Tribune ( the Labour left's weekly ): " We are in a strange period of history in which a revolutionary has to be a patriot and a patriot has to be a revolutionary.
Himmler declared, " We have faith above all in this our own blood, which has flowed into a foreign nationality through the vicissitudes of German history.
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.
On 18 December 1959, the new leader of Iraq, General Abdul Karim Qassim, declared: " We do not wish to refer to the history of Arab tribes residing in Al-Ahwaz and
In public, Goebbels remained confident of German victory: " We live at the most critical period in the history of the Occident ," he wrote in Das Reich in February 1943.
... We are now entering a period of our history where our Church development and family orientation are strong enough that we can turn our attention toward ending the widespread misunderstanding about our founder and the Unification movement.
" If certain acts of violation of treaties are crimes, they are crimes whether the United States does them or whether Germany does them, and we are not prepared to lay down a rule of criminal conduct against others which we would not be willing to have invoked against us ... We must never forget that the record on which we judge these defendants is the record on which history will judge us tomorrow.
We were planted here before the Prophet Abraham came, but it looks like they don't understand history or geography.
" We are no longer talking about mythology ," Heyerdahl said, " but of the realities of geography and history.
Neither At Dawn We Slept, the definitive history of the Pearl Harbor attack by Gordon Prange, nor The Reluctant Admiral, the definitive biography of Yamamoto in English by Hiroyuki Agawa, contains the line.
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 repeat, then, in the light of this recapitulation of events, almost too recent to be called history, but which are familiar to us all, and on the most casual examination of the language of these amendments, no one can fail to be impressed with the one pervading purpose found in them all, lying at the foundation of each, and without which none of them would have been even suggested ; we mean the freedom of the slave race, the security and firm establishment of that freedom, and the protection of the newly made freeman and citizen from the oppressions of those who had formerly exercised unlimited dominion over him.