[permalink] [id link]
Page "romance" ¶ 802
from Brown Corpus
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

Some Related Sentences

We and sent
Another woman, addressing Christmas cards, said to her husband: `` We sent them one last year but they didn't send us one, so they probably won't send us one this year because they'll think we won't send them one because they didn't last year, don't you think, or shall we ''??
( 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.
Alan Konheim ( one of the designers of DES ) commented, " We sent the S-boxes off to Washington.
We have a source that emits electron – positron pairs, with the electron sent to destination A, where there is an observer named Alice, and the positron sent to destination B, where there is an observer named Bob.
We have sent them to the Irish revolutionaries so that the British will pay the price for their past deeds ".
" In 1990, a position paper sent from the Unification Church to The Fresno Bee said: " We will fight gratuitous use of the ' Moonie ' or ' cult ' pejoratives.
We sent it in, and Schopf reacted strongly against it — thus signaling the tenor of the reaction it has engendered, though for shifting reasons, down to the present day.
Traditional Muslims believe that the sunnah is justified by verses such as " A similar ( favour have ye already received ) in that We have sent among you a Messenger of your own, rehearsing to you Our Signs, and sanctifying you, and instructing you in Scripture and Wisdom, and in new knowledge.
On September 30, Defense Secretary George Marshall sent an eyes-only message to MacArthur instructing MacArthur to escalate the war in Korea " We want you to feel unhampered tactically and strategically to proceed north of the 38th parallel.
We moved every four or five months during the first 14 years of my life, so I was sent to a different church depending on wherever we lived.
Steve Pieczenik, a former member of the U. S. State Department sent by President Jimmy Carter as a " psychological expert " to integrate the Interior Minister Francesco Cossiga's " crisis committee ", was interviewed by Emmanuel Amara in his 2006 documentary Les derniers jours d ' Aldo Moro (" The Last Days of Aldo Moro "), in which he alleged that: " We had to sacrifice Aldo Moro to maintain the stability of Italy.
Never sent We a messenger or a prophet before thee but when He recited ( the message ) Satan proposed ( opposition ) in respect of that which he recited thereof.
However the parting was amicable :" We must not blame him, but those who sent him to us ", said Philip.
The band's frontman Fred Durst claimed the band had attempted to take precautions that fell on deaf ears, " We begged, we screamed, we sent letters, we tried to take precautions, because we are Limp Bizkit, we know we cause this big emotional blister of a crowd ".
:: c. We know < u > who Larry sent to the store </ u >.
His sister, Berta, sent him a postcard from the Polish border describing the family's expulsion: " No one told us what was up, but we realised this was going to be the end ... We haven't a penny.
56 when he stated "" We managed in the past without illegal immigrants to pick the tomatoes here, and I haven't heard anyone say that if we sent them all home nobody would be left to do that work.
He called for the Porajmos to be taught in schools, stating that, " We must tell our children that six decades ago children like them were sent by the Romanian state to die of hunger and cold ".
" We " created, " we " sent down, etc.
" We can be sent into a mood by an unexpected event, from the happiness of seeing an old friend to the anger of discovering betrayal by a partner.
Thomas sent his wife, Frances Lucretia Kellogg Thomas, the following telegram, the only communication surviving of the Thomases ' correspondence: " We have whipped the enemy, taken many prisoners and considerable artillery.
Filipović in his testimony said: “ We ( the court-martial ) didn't investigate anything, we only signed the verdicts .” A witness, Dervis Sarać, recalled how three gypsies were brought to play music before Filipović, who, disappointed by the music, shot one and sent the others to death.
When asked before the Revolution how many Jews were enrolled, Glazunov sent the reply, " We don't keep count here.

We and waiter
We need not watch long before we can explain it: he is playing at being a waiter in a café.
With a rubber band around his head to slant his eyes, Hackett's " The Chinese Waiter " lampooned the heavy dialect, frustration, and communication problems encountered by a busy waiter in a Chinese restaurant: " No, we no have sprit-pea soup ... We gotta wonton, we got eh-roll ... No orda for her, juss orda for you!
* " Sit on my Face " – A ribald parody of Gracie Fields ' " Sing as We Go " from Monty Python's Contractual Obligation Album, performed by Cleese, Chapman, Gilliam and Jones in waiter outfits, sans trousers or underwear.
We see three of them with her at restaurants, then we see her imagining how they'd treat him after witnessing their behaviors: the first angrily berates the waiter for messing up his order and she imagines him being an abusive father ; the second is a fastidious neat freak who she sees as too uptight ; the third is a man named Harry who works with her father.

We and away
We usually run a social note when somebody moves away ''.
`` We all feel guilty '', I turned away from her coldly.
A senior source from Republican Sinn Féin said: " We would see them purported new leadership as just another splinter group that has broken away.
One example is the First Things First manifesto which was launched within the graphic design community and states " We propose a reversal of priorities in favor of more useful, lasting and democratic forms of communication – a mindshift away from product marketing and toward the exploration and production of a new kind of meaning.
She lost her job on The Dinah Shore Show when, as she said, " We were shooting all night, and into the next day, and time just got away from me, and I didn't realize that I was supposed to be on the set working as Dinah's double on her show, Chevy Theatre.
First launched by Ken Garland in 1964, it was re-published as the First Things First 2000 manifesto in 1999 in the magazine Emigre 51 stating " We propose a reversal of priorities in favor of more useful, lasting and democratic forms of communication-a mindshift away from product marketing and toward the exploration and production of a new kind of meaning.
Then, when We decreed ( Solomon's ) death, nothing showed them his death except a little worm of the earth, which kept ( slowly ) gnawing away at his staff: so when he fell down, the Jinns saw plainly that if they had known the unseen, they would not have tarried in the humiliating Penalty ( of their Task ).
" Later, during Siskel and Ebert's annual " If We Picked the Winners " program, Gene Siskel gave away the surprise twist of the film while giving his review, which infuriated Ebert.
Crystal remembers saying, "' We need something for Sally to talk about ,' and Nora said, ' Well, faking orgasm is a great one ,' and right away we said, ' Well, the subject is good ,' and then Meg came on board and we talked with her about the nature of the idea and she said, ' Well, why don't I just fake one, just do one?
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.
Smith told the press he was fed up with the anti-image association that some considered to be " elaborately disguising their plainness ", stating, " We had to get away from that anti-image thing, which we didn't even create in the first place.
We desire, and drive away our bitter shame!
We need to stop when the state vector passes close to ; after this, subsequent iterations rotate the state vector away from, reducing the probability of obtaining the correct answer.
Describing the mission, he said " We advanced to a dried up river bed and had to cut away the banks to get the ambulance across.
We must take away their planes, their automatic weapons, their tanks, their artillery and teach them dignity ".
We have done away with the conventional monitor for every video source and replaced it with four 70-inch rear projection screens and within those screens we can " virtually " place as many video images as we want, anywhere we want them, and when we want it.
We all fade like a leaf, and our iniquities, like the wind, take us away "
Wenham's ice industry brought the name of Wenham to the notice of people as far away as London, where hotels in the 1850s advertised: " We serve Wenham Lake Ice.
We just knew right away.
We barely got away with three prisoners and one carrier.
We then cut away from this ( as in A Navajo Weaver ) to what is apparently the beginning of the story.
As explained by Rowbottom in an interview in 2005: " We didn't want to scare away the hit-kids, we wanted to take them with us to somewhere that we'd not been before.
We were very surprised to find that it was seen as a deliberate attempt to scare away newly created fans.
We don ’ t like you – go away

0.549 seconds.