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We and now
`` We have now a national character to establish '', Washington wrote in 1783.
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 are not now afraid of atomic bombs in the same way that people once feared comets.
We have now a quiet city, fewer automobiles, less congestion, and fewer retail customers shopping in center city.
We now have to think not only of our national security but also of the future generations who will suffer from any tests we might undertake.
We know now that a 15-degree differential in temperature is the maximum usually desirable, and accurate controls assure the comfort we want.
We now have not only what has been called over here the comedy of menace but we also have horror jokes, magazines known as Horror Comics, and sick comedians.
We now write Af where Af are distinct complex numbers.
We now generalize these ideas for general binomial experiments.
We now have certain squares with three corners on C.
We consider now the graph of the function f{t} on Af.
We can now prove several lemmas.
We turn now to the set of tangent points on the graph.
We must now show that on some component of the graph there exist two points for which the corresponding diagonal points in the C-plane are on opposite sides of C.
We now shall show that any involution with these characteristics is necessarily of the type we have just described.
We now observe that the case in which **zg is a Af curve on a quadric is impossible if the complex of singular lines consists exclusively of the lines which meet Aj.
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 turn now to a type of fully distributed cost analysis which, unlike the `` railroad type '', draws no distinction between cost allocation and cost apportionment: the single-step type.
We cannot now speak of maximizing the value of the objective function, since this function is now known only in a probabilistic sense.
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 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 have better rooms vacant now '', he babbled.
`` We are now witnessing an effort to transfer to Mr. Mitchell some of the glow of Sen. Case's candidacy of last year.

We and practically
" His predisposition for benevolence is clear in the statement " We whites ... must necessarily appear to them in the nature of supernatural beings .... By the simple exercise of our will we can exert a power for good practically unbounded ".
Some commentators, such as Rabbi Hayim Palaggi ( 1788 – 1869 ) argued that Jews had lost the tradition of distinguishing Amalekites from other people, and therefore the commandment of killing them could not practically be applied ("... We can rely on the maxim that in ancient times, Sennacherib confused the lineage of many nations.
Michael Tong, owner of New York's Shun Lee Palaces, says, " We opened the first Hunanese restaurant in the whole country, and the four dishes we offered you will see on the menu of practically every Hunanese restaurant in America today.
" We were let in to the inner circle, but we had to stick it out for a long time, practically move in, to capture the truly great moments ", says Tyrnauer.
" In 1836, the Encyclopedia Metropolitana reported, " We know of no work in our day which has been more universally admired than the Treatise of Dr. Wells, certainly none that practically exemplifies in a purer and better form the admirable inductive system which it was the object of Bacon to teach.
“ And when it was / is said for them, " You people consciously and heartily follow practically that which Allah has sent the Book ", they replied / say ; " No, instead We will keep following that upon which we found our fathers had been ".
We are forever driven by irrational, practically uncontrollable unconscious instincts that are the ultimate cause of all activity ( Pervin & Oliver 1997 ).
She did all the backgrounds, practically sang all night ... We came back to the studio that afternoon, and we had to fix one line very quickly, and then ( engineer ) Dana ( Jon Chapelle ) and I got back on the plane with the tape, went back to the studio in Sausalito, and mixed it.
Of Sheppard's work, Fisher wrote, " We find practically nothing that ought to be retracted, and very little that is now obsolete.
We wanted to look exactly alike, do all the same things, practically be the same people.
We did it at Electric Lady with Eric Carr and it's a full-blown KISS track practically.

We and read
We accomplish this by compiling a list of text forms as text is read by the computer.
We cannot consider ourselves educated if we do not read ; ;
We need to read daily from the pages of book ....
On a small island, in a tiny hut on stilts, he first read Vannevar Bush's article " As We May Think ", which greatly inspired him.
In 1945, Engelbart had read with interest Vannevar Bush's article " As We May Think ", a call to action for making knowledge widely available as a national peacetime grand challenge.
He said, " We read Milton Friedman and F. A.
Singer's declaration read: " Energy is essential for economic growth ... We understand the motivation to eliminate what are perceived to be the driving forces behind a potential climate change ; but we believe the Kyoto Protocol — to curtail carbon dioxide emissions from only a part of the world community — is dangerously simplistic, quite ineffective, and economically destructive to jobs and standards-of-living.
Translated excerpts from Hezbollah's original 1985 manifesto read :< div > We are the sons of the umma ( Muslim community ) ...... We are an ummah linked to the Muslims of the whole world by the solid doctrinal and religious connection of Islam, whose message God wanted to be fulfilled by the Seal of the Prophets, i. e., Prophet Muhammad.
We read as " and ".
We write it, and it is read " or ".
In " As We May Think ," Bush describes a memex as an electromechanical device enabling individuals to develop and read a large self-contained research library, create and follow associative trails of links and personal annotations, and recall these trails at any time to share them with other researchers.
For example, in Chulin 4a, he comments about a phrase, " We do not read this.
Second Session ( September 26, 787 ) -- Papal legates read the letters of Pope Hadrian I asking for agreement with veneration of images, to which question the bishops of the council answered: " We follow, we receive, we admit ".
We believe that we should read the Bible as we read other books – with imagination and a critical eye.
In a coffee table book celebrating 25 years of Viz in 2004, cartoonist Graham Dury is quoted as saying: " We pride ourselves on the fact that you're no cleverer when you've read Viz.
We accomplish this by storing most of what we read in long-term memory, linking them together through retrieval structures.
:" We can guess that Susan original title of Northanger Abbey, in its first outline, was written very much for family entertainment, addressed to a family audience, like all Jane Austen ’ s juvenile works, with their asides to the reader, and absurd dedications ; some of the juvenilia, we know, were specifically addressed to her brothers Charles and Frank ; all were designed to be circulated and read by a large network of relations.
We read as " w satisfies A ", " A is satisfied in w ", or " w forces A ".
Though he had read Virgil, considered the greatest Latin stylist, he cautions us that " We ought not to relate their lying fables, lest we fall under sentence of eternal death.
We learn from Vitruvius that Satyrus and Phytheus wrote a description of their work which Pliny likely read.
We read of multitudes who, after they had been stripped of all their arms, put themselves to death because of the dishonour ; of extensive massacres of surrendered victims, and the frequent execution of harsh plunders.
" The effects of the Great Depression in Scotland, and the subsequent high emigration from that country, also led Buchan to reflect in the same speech: " We do not want to be like the Greeks, powerful and prosperous wherever we settle, but with a dead Greece behind us ," and he found himself profoundly affected by John Morley's Life of Gladstone, which Buchan read in the early months of the Second World War.

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