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We spoke of the need for advertising, and I agreed that the deep dive would be most useful for publicity.
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We have to tell ourselves that when Parker spoke in this vein, he believed what he said, because he could continue, `` But the truth, which cost me bitter tears to say, I must speak, though it cost other tears hotter than fire ''.
Leary received an honorary doctorate and spoke briefly at his alma mater's undergraduate commencement ceremony on May 16, 2005 ; he is thus credited as " Dr. Denis Leary " on the cover of his 2009 book, Why We Suck.
* 17th century – Early Quakers, such as Edward Burrough, make mention of tongues speaking in their meetings: " We spoke with new tongues, as the Lord gave us utterance, and His Spirit led us ".
Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid spoke to Reuters and was quoted as saying ; " We are using all our strength to get rid of him, either by killing or kidnapping ," and " We have informed our commanders in Helmand to do whatever they can to eliminate him.
In a July 2009 article drummer Don Bolles spoke about the band's plans to re-record old material for a planned box set entitled Lest We Forget: The Sounds Of The Germs.
On 28 April, Powell spoke in the Commons against the Northern Ireland Secretary's ( Jim Prior ) plans for devolution to a power-sharing assembly in Northern Ireland: " We assured the people of the Falkland Islands that there should be no change in their status without their agreement.
Though Salisbury was unsurprised by the German attitude, Chamberlain was disappointed, and spoke publicly of Britain's diplomatic predicament at Birmingham on 13 May, saying that " We have had no allies.
We spoke of Hastur and of Cassilda, while outside the fog rolled against the blank window-panes as the cloud waves roll and break on the shores of Hali.
When the term reverend is used alone without a name as a third-person reference to a member of the clergy, it is treated as a normal English noun and therefore requires either a definite or indefinite article ( e. g., We spoke to a / the reverend yesterday.
Thereafter, the marriage was ended in divorce on 30 May 1996, though the split was friendly, and the Duke of York spoke fondly of his former wife: " We have managed to work together to bring our children up in a way that few others have been able to and I am extremely grateful to be able to do that.
As Aubert and Sägesser reluctantly entered Lifeboat No. 9, Guggenheim spoke to the maid in German, saying, " We will soon see each other again!
The Fulcrum spoke out on the issue and in an editorial at the time stated that: " We feel that the administration should have given the publishers of La Rotonde a chance to act.
Hud spoke to him and explained him the reason for their gathering: “ We came to visit Abū Muḥammad Makhlūf al-Qabā ’ ili ” ( Ibn ‘ Arabī, “ Rūh al-Quds ” 116 ).
" Saskatchewan Tory MP John Diefenbaker spoke the following day, and alleged that Howe had said, " We may save a million dollars, but what of it?
Allison is an atheist who spoke first for the affirmative in a 2008 Australian Radio National debate " Would We Be Better Off Without Religion?
In March 1998, on a visit to Rwanda, US President Bill Clinton spoke to the crowd assembled on the tarmac at Kigali Airport: " We come here today partly in recognition of the fact that we in the United States and the world community did not do as much as we could have and should have done to try to limit what occurred " in Rwanda.
“ We ’ re making that change we spoke about next year ,” Lindstrom, recuperating from a broken leg, said he was told by Giants ’ club secretary Jim Tierney.
We and need
`` 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 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.
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.