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We need a " mark " to define where we are and which direction we are heading to see if we ever get back to exactly the same pixel.
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We spoke of the need for advertising, and I agreed that the deep dive would be most useful for publicity.
`` We won't live long enough if I wait for you, besides which you don't need to worry -- there'll be plenty more ''.
We speculate that compulsives in the unstructured schools are under greater strain because of the lack of systemization in their school setting, but that their need to organize ( for comfort ) is so intense that they struggle to induce the phonic rules and achieve in spite of the lack of direction from the environment.
We need many more studies of this sort if the design of written languages is to be put on a sound basis.
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 perceive no need to refute these arguments with somber reasoning and copious citation of precedent ; to do so might suggest that these arguments have some colorable merit.
:: We are sensitive to the need for the courts to remain open to all who seek in good faith to invoke the protection of law.
Here, we are told, ' We need to go beyond the pleasure principle, the reality principle, and repetition compulsion to ... the fantasy principle ' - ' not, as Freud did, reduce fantasies to wishes ... consider all other imaginable emotions '; and thus envisage emotional fantasies as a possible means of moving beyond stereotypes to more nuanced forms of personal and social relating.
As one Micronesian diplomat said, " We need Israeli expertise, so I don't see a change in our policy anytime soon.
We approach the proof of Theorem 2 by successively restricting the class of all formulas φ for which we need to prove " φ is either refutable or satisfiable ".
We may, in due course, all need to be in control of two standard Englishes — the one which gives us our national and local identity, and the other which puts us in touch with the rest of the human race.
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.
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" I think the biggest black mark against our management to date is the Cukor situation and we can no longer be sentimental about it .... We are a business concern and not patrons of the arts ..." Cukor was relieved of his duties, but he continued to work with Leigh and De Havilland off the set.
* United We Stand, H. Ross Perot ; text of the book published by Perot in 1992 to mark the launch of his Presidential campaign, complete with charts.
We hear of the pallium being conferred on others, as a mark of distinction, as early as the sixth century.
We shall mark the current time ( or iteration ) in the algorithm with T, and shall begin ( at time 0, or T = 0 ) by creating distance matrices for each router to its immediate neighbors.
Until December 2009, Tiger Woods had been a celebrity spokesperson for the company, whose advertising used the service mark " Go on, be a Tiger " and the ancillary statement " We know what it takes to be a Tiger.
In the article the scorer Jim Brooks is quoted, "“ We judged that the buoys were being dragged back towards the pier at the time and that he fell short of the 100m mark.
E pluribus unum appears on all coins currently being manufactured, including the Presidential dollars that started being produced in 2007, where it is inscribed on the edge along with " In God We Trust " and the year and mint mark.
We can mark each point in time when a ball is going to land with an x, and each point in time when there is not yet a ball scheduled to land with a -.
In 2008, to mark the 20th anniversary of the disaster, a stage play, Lest We Forget was commissioned by Aberdeen Performing Arts and written by playwright Mike Gibb.
“ We will no longer accept call-ups to the national team while these people are performing these functions, hoping that our gesture will mark the first step in the healing of this cancer in our soccer and a new beginning for the national team for which our hearts beat .” in the letter it was quoted.
We also require one more symbol to mark the sound of ' half yakara ' which is peculiar to the Sourashtra language.
Moreover, some bands left their mark, such as El Polen, Traffic Sound, Pax, We All Together, Telegraph Avenue, Black Sugar, Crossroads, Tripping Foxters, Red Amber, and in the late 1970s Fragil.
Cummings made his mark in the CBS Radio network's dramatic serial entitled Those We Love, which ran from 1938 to 1945.
A BBC insider said: " We decided to mark Armistice Day this year because it's such an important day.
The second distinctive mark of Christian meditation is that it responds to the love of God, as in I John: " We love, for he first loved us ".
We literally had to mark each sound setting on the synth with grease pencils, then twist knobs like crazy in-between songs to get the right sounds .” Freaks gigged regularly in Los Angeles and San Bernardino, playing alongside contemporaries Kommunity FK and the Suburban Lawns.
" The artists noted, " We will consider it to mark an axis mundi – that type of cosmic center that was anciently believed to be the origin of all existence.
The 19th-century German Sanskritist Theodore Goldstücker was one of the early figures to notice the similarities between Spinoza's religious conceptions and the Vedanta tradition of India, writing that Spinoza's thought was "... a western system of philosophy which occupies a foremost rank amongst the philosophies of all nations and ages, and which is so exact a representation of the ideas of the Vedanta, that we might have suspected its founder to have borrowed the fundamental principles of his system from the Hindus, did his biography not satisfy us that he was wholly unacquainted with their doctrines ... We mean the philosophy of Spinoza, a man whose very life is a picture of that moral purity and intellectual indifference to the transitory charms of this world, which is the constant longing of the true Vedanta philosopher ... comparing the fundamental ideas of both we should have no difficulty in proving that, had Spinoza been a Hindu, his system would in all probability mark a last phase of the Vedanta philosophy.