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We and stood
We entered one where the front door stood ajar and climbed a flight of steep steps to the main floor.
We don't know his original name, but it seems that he was absorbed by the more powerful Apollo, who stood by the " Mistress of the animals ", becoming her brother.
Impressed with the results, Melson later recalled, " We stood in the studio, listening to the playbacks and thought it was the most beautiful sound in the world ".
We then stretched our mind to find what it stood for.
# We recline at the Seder table because in ancient times, a person who reclined at a meal was a free person, while slaves and servants stood.
In 1860 the American National Republican Convention included in their electoral platform, on which Abraham Lincoln stood for President, the following statement: "... We brand the recent re-opening of the African slave trade, under the cover of our national flag, aided by perversions of judicial power, as a crime against humanity ".
At the time of Secretariat's death, the veterinarian who performed the necropsy, Dr. Thomas Swerczek, head pathologist at the University of Kentucky, did not weigh Secretariat's heart, but stated, " We just stood there in stunned silence.
We do know, however, that in 952, the same year that Eirik began his second term at York, Wulfstan was arrested and stood on trial in Iudanbyrig ( unknown ) on account of several unspecified allegations which had been repeatedly brought before Eadred.
We know that the Roman colony was divided into regions and possessed a capitolium, with a temple of Jupiter, within the town, and that the market-place, for unguents especially, was called Seplasia ; we also hear of an aedes alba, probably the original senate house, which stood in an open space known as albana.
We apprentice seamen stood watch near his door.
When the messenger turned back to look at the spot where Oedipus last stood, he says that " We couldn't see the man-he was gone-nowhere!
" We took all our favorite buildings in New York from where they actually stood and sort of put them into one neighborhood ," Gassner continued, " a fantasy vision which adds to the atmosphere and flavor.
In interviews in the 1980s, the band claimed it stood for " We Are Sexual Perverts " or " We Are Sexual Prophets ".
We stood all day long on a hill, one leg down, one leg up.
" We stood ," wrote Gorret, " in a place that was almost comfortable.
We stood out, we were leaders.
Later in the run, another dog named Walter was used, with LaLanne claiming " Walter " stood for " We All Love To Exercise Regularly.
" We have now shown how it was that the first thought ever existed in the mind of any individual that there was such a Being as a God, who had created and did uphold all things: that it was by reason of the manifestation which he first made to our father Adam, when he stood in his presence, and conversed with him face to face, at the time of his creation.
We stood up.
While the station's call letters were often said on the air to mean " We Cherish This Music ," in reality " WCTM " stood for the initials of the four partners who had put the original FM station on the air.
We stood aside, watching for any countenance we knew, and presently great bundles of paper began to be carried out -- bundles in bags, bundles too large to be got into any bags, immense masses of papers of all shapes and no shapes, which the bearers staggered under, and threw down for the time being, anyhow, on the Hall pavement, while they went back to bring out more.
We looked with fear upon these huge men, who camped out on the same place where the battle-ready youth had stood.
This made her the only solo female artist to have two million-selling singles in the UK, a record which stood until early 2012 when Rihanna's singles " Only Girl ( In the World )" ( 2010 ) and " We Found Love " ( 2011 ) both topped a million sales.

We and under
We are reminded, however, that freedom of thought and discussion, the unfettered exchange of ideas, is basic under our form of government.
`` We have nothing to hide under a bushel.
We have far less to fear in the migrant family than we have in the migrant developer under these conditions.
We will then occupy the new plant under lease, with an option to purchase.
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 are keeping a number of surprises under our hats.
From his birch-paneled office in the Laboratory of Physiological Hygiene, under the university's football stadium in Minneapolis ( `` We get a rumble on every touchdown '' ), blocky, grey-haired Dr. Keys directs an ambitious, $200,000-a-year experiment on diet, which spans three continents and seven nations and is still growing.
We possess two declamations under his name: On Sophists, directed against Isocrates and setting forth the superiority of extempore over written speeches ( a more recently discovered fragment of another speech against Isocrates is probably of later date ); Odysseus ( perhaps spurious ) in which Odysseus accuses Palamedes of treachery during the siege of Troy
Learjet continues to operate as a subsidiary of Bombardier and manufactures jets under the Learjet name. The slogan was changed in 2012 to the Evolution of Mobility from We Move People.
In the Eureka Oath from Peter Lalor's famous speech in 1854 under the Eureka Flag he proclaimed " We swear by the Southern Cross to stand truly by each other and fight to defend our rights and liberties.
" We did not know that the Yugoslavs, under the pretext of ' defending ' your country against an attack from the Greek fascists, wanted to bring units of their army into the PRA Republic of Albania.
We find temples and shrines erected in his honour, e. g. at Nippur, Girsu, Ur, Babylon, Sippar, and Nineveh, and the numerous epithets given to him, as well as the various forms under which the god appears, alike bear witness to the popularity which he enjoyed from the earliest to the latest period of Babylonian-Assyrian history.
Allah also attributes the right of appointing leaders to Himself: " We made from among them leaders, giving guidance under Our command.
We were somewhat startled at the remark, but still more at learning, a few days after, that Melville was really supposed to be deranged, and that his friends were taking measures to place him under treatment.
We can describe this symmetry as the symmetry under the exchange of labels attached to the particles ( i. e., to the single-particle Hilbert spaces ).
We may be permitted here to take as proven the unity of the author of these three writings handed down under the name of John and his identity with the Evangelist.
" Under the law of association, transmission of wealth does not apply to the instruments of labour, so cannot become a cause of inequality .... We are socialists ... under universal association, ownership of the land and of the instruments of labour is social ownership ... We want the mines, canals, railways handed over to democratically organised workers ' associations ... We want these associations to be models for agriculture, industry and trade, the pioneering core of that vast federation of companies and societies, joined together in the common bond of the democratic and social Republic.
See Michael Buckland's conclusion: " Bush's contributions in this area were twofold: ( i ) A significant engineering achievement by the team under his leadership in building a truly rapid prototype microfilm selector, and ( ii ) a speculative article, ' As We May Think ,' which, through its skillful writing and the social prestige of its author, has had an immediate and lasting effect in stimulating others.
We hold that children should be ( 1 ) Conceived in love ; ( 2 ) Born of the mother's conscious desire ; ( 3 ) And only begotten under conditions which render possible the heritage of health.
A subgroup, N, of a group, G, is called a normal subgroup if it is invariant under conjugation ; that is, for each element n in N and each g in G, the element gng < sup >− 1 </ sup > is still in N. We write
" We will close the refuge to commercial fishing but will permit a low level of compatible recreational fishing for bonefishing and deep water sportfishing under programs that we will carefully manage to ensure compatibility with refuge purposes.
They also won the 1971 World Series behind Roberto Clemente and the 1979 World Series under the slogan " We Are Family ", led by " Pops " Willie Stargell.

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