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We welcome this able brief for the negative as part of a many-sided discussion of the Atlantic Common Market which JNR will be continuing in our pages.
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We and welcome
We want to make sure that our junior colleagues realize that ideas are welcome, that initiative goes right down to the bottom and goes all the way to the top.
We accept and welcome, therefore, as conditions to which we must accommodate ourselves, great inequality of environment ; the concentration of business, industrial and commercial, in the hands of the few ; and the law of competition between these, as being not only beneficial, but essential to the future progress of the race.
At the time of his Guild of Handicraft, initiated in 1888, he said, " We do not reject the machine, we welcome it.
We will do our best, in so far as we are concerned, to help them through ; we will wish the Jews a most hearty welcome home ...
We are looking forward to a still better Taiyuan, and cordially welcome friends from both China and abroad to come and experience Taiyuan and work together for greater developments.
* < We welcome our hopes embodied, we welcome a new branch of the tree, we welcome ...> ( full words unknown )
We are committed to creating an academic institution where a variety of persons and perspectives are welcome.
We would welcome an agreement that would increase economic opportunity, protect our shared environment, guarantee workers ' rights and acknowledge the role of human mobility in deepening the already profound ties between our countries.
Manase Lomole Waya, who runs Humanitarian Assistance for South Sudan, a group based in Nairobi, praises AASG for its effort, but brings a warning: " We welcome them for exposing the agony of our people to the world ," he said.
She said that " Europe can't welcome everyone ... We would be pleased to take them all in our boat, but it's not big enough.
Crown Estate chief executive Roger Bright said: “ We welcome the Committee ’ s recognition that we run a successful business operation .”
We also welcome efforts by the government to suspend operating licenses of companies which have violated labor code provisions.
“ However, the NPS currently has no agreement with the City of Albuquerque that holistically authorizes NPS to enforce the entirety of 36 CFR Part 2 on lands owned by the city …. We would welcome such an agreement and we have, in the past, proposed such an agreement with the City, but the City has not acceded to this proposal .”
" We welcome Sweet Adelines International into the Guinness World Records family for its inspirational and fun achievement ," said Girton, Jr. while presenting the award.
We and able
We have proved so able to solve technological problems that to contend we cannot realize a universal goal in the immediate future is to be extremely shortsighted, if nothing else.
We shall not be able entirely to pass over these connections to the East as we consider Ripe Geometric pottery, the epic and the myth, and the religious evolution of early Greece ; ;
We show this by contradiction by making a program that creates a string that should only be able to be created by a longer program.
We assume that the $ 150, 000 is John's best estimate of the sale price that he will be able to achieve in 3 years time ( after deducting all expenses, of course ).
Marinetti rejected conventional democracy for based on majority rule and egalitarianism while promoting a new form of democracy, that he described in his work " The Futurist Conception of Democracy " as the following: " We are therefore able to give the directions to create and to dismantle to numbers, to quantity, to the mass, for with us number, quantity and mass will never be — as they are in Germany and Russia — the number, quantity and mass of mediocre men, incapable and indecisive ".
We have put into the mouth of the bearer of this letter, your faithful servant all our woes, which he will be able to unfold to you.
We are not able to see how the prohibition of teaching the theory that man has descended from a lower order of animals gives preference to any religious establishment or mode of worship.
We would have been perfectly able to have it out in November .” This resulted in a massive fan backlash.
" We could know all the facts about a person's continued existence and not be able to say whether the person has survived.
" The free standing figures were arranged on 5 or 6 different levels .” We are now able to justify that Pliny ’ s knowledge came from a work written by the architect.
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.
" We like to be able to go to the corner store, buy a can of soup, and not have to let the store clerk into our affairs or vice versa.
He said in a speech in 1939: " We National Socialists have monopolized all resources and all our energies during the past seven years so as to be able to be equipped for the supreme effort of battle.
We are, therefore, determined that Australia shall not go, and we shall exert all our energies towards the shaping of a plan, with the United States as its keystone, which will give to our country some confidence of being able to hold out until the tide of battle swings against the enemy.
We probably aren't able to physically determine with infinite accuracy the actual values of the numbers x and y that are hit.
# “ We deduce that since no object strikes us entirely by itself, but along with something else, it may perhaps be possible to say what the mixture compounded out of the external object and the thing perceived with it is like, but we would not be able to say what the external object is like by itself.
In 1964, Martin and Lyon began to control less of the organization, saying, " We felt that if the organization had any validity at all it couldn't be based on two people, it had to be able to stand and grow on its own.