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We and ran
We ran east for about half a mile before we turned back to the road, panting from the effort and soaked with sweat.
We quickly ran into the same trouble that plagued Bill Ruger in his first experiments: Three or four bullets would be placed well in a six-inch bull at 100 yards and then, unaccountably, one could stray far out of the group.
`` We ran into a guy at the Pagan Room who guarantees we can beat the wheel.
We have no greater justification for being cruel to the miserable object, than for being cruel to a WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE or an ISAAC NEWTON ; but he passes away before an immeasurably better and higher power that of Christianity than ever ran wild in any earthly woods, and the world will be all the better when this place knows him no more.
It is said that he ran the entire distance without stopping, but moments after proclaiming his message " Nenīkēkamen " (" We have won!
The initial " We Got Next " advertisement ran before each WNBA season until it was replaced with the " We Got Game " campaign.
News of the two deaths broke almost simultaneously and some newspapers ran an obituary of Howerd in which Hill was quoted as regretting Howerd's passing, saying " We were great, great friends ".
The album's release was delayed when the band ran into conflict with their label over the content of songs such as " We Can Be Together " and " Uncle Sam Blues " and the planned title of the album, Volunteers of Amerika.
Years later, in 1981, he told Tex Maule in an interview for The Runner magazine, " We had thought that 3: 39 would win and I ran under that.
He then ran the from the battlefield near Marathon to Athens to announce the Greek victory over Persia in the Battle of Marathon ( 490 BC ) with the word νικωμεν ’ ( nikomen –" We have won "), as stated by Lucian " chairete, nikomen " (" hail, we are the winners ") to then collapse and die.
* When We Were Forty-One Broadway production opened at the New York Roof Theatre on June 12 and ran for 66 performances
The French newspaper of record, Le Monde, ran a front-page headline reading " Nous sommes tous Américains ", or " We are all Americans ".
She also completed a stage adaptation of We the Living that ran briefly in early 1940.
We ran like banshees through that house, and Mike would hide behind doorways and jump out and scare us .” Melissa said about Landon who took the script in a new direction, “ He put frogs in his mouth, we had a script supervisor.
The Chicago Reader ran a derisive column, " BobWatch: We Read Him So You Don't Have To ," penned pseudonymously by Chicago Sun-Times columnist Neil Steinberg.
He conceded, " We also ran out of common interests ".
When asked why the popular show ended, Broderick Crawford said, " We ran out of crimes.
Ovett ran the last lap almost nine seconds quicker than Byers but finished second by 0. 53s, later commenting " We ran like a load of hacks.
His show Kilroy started on 24 November 1986 as Day To Day and ran until 2004, when it was cancelled by the BBC after an article entitled ' We owe Arabs nothing ' by Kilroy-Silk was published in the Sunday Express on 4 January of that year.
We only had a couple of intense, 1-or 2-week writing sessions and really, we just ran out of time.
We ran into a tight gap in the path of all came to an abrupt halt, as it was a dead end.
< center > We have lately been toldOf two admirals bold, Who engag'd in a terrible Fight: They met after Noon, Which I think was too soon, As they both ran away before Night .</ center >

We and out
We will recall that the still confident liberals of the Truman administration gathered with other Western utopians in San Francisco to set up the legal framework, finally and at last, to rationalize war -- to rationalize want and fear -- out of the world: the United Nations.
We were given a job and we carried it out, and later, his case was taken up by the Disciplinary Committee.
We went out of the office and down the hall to a window where documents and more officials awaited us, the rest of the office personnel hot upon our heels.
We lived for a while in a movie melodrama with a German cook and her son who turned out to be Nazis.
President Kennedy was right when he said, `` We shall never negotiate out of fear and we never shall fear to negotiate ''.
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 out here don't see enough of the conference to know he is being abused.
We had a couple of schools in this country, the principal one being on the Marshall Field estate out in Lloyd's Neck.
We set up the Lloyd's Neck school, worked out its curriculum, and taught there.
We heard him before he ever showed, and we heard him yelling after he was out of sight.
We blushed and were flustered, and it turned out to be the fleetest brush of lips upon cheek.
We would have the means to seek out and destroy the enemy's force -- whether it were fixed or mobile.
We also worked out logistics for Sunday afternoon swimmers who arrive two hours early with their weekend guests while we are still enjoying an alfresco lunch en famille.
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 can escape from such a difficulty by ruling out the animal as not constituting a trial, but such a solution is not always satisfactory.
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 got a bunch of sippers out there tonight.
We discussed the candle and decided the hypothetical other bum would have left it burning to light his way to the window and because he'd have no reason to blow it out.
We met at Maxine's and decided we were set to stay as long as it took, into or even through the evening, to talk things out.
`` We want to find out who knew about it '', Pratt said.
The President of the United States has said: `` We will never negotiate out of fear, and we will never fear to negotiate ''.
We must also remember those who reacted against the dream as a kind of myth -- among them Melville, Hawthorne, and Henry James the elder, all of them out of a Christian background.
We hold safe little jobs illustrating tooth-paste ads or the salacious incidents in trivial novels, and most of our easel painting is nothing but picking the fluff out of the navel so it can be contemplated in greater purity.

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