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When a man invests a block of his years at a university without gaining the coveted promotion, not only is he faced with the problem of starting over but there is also a certain depreciation in the market value of his services.
from Brown Corpus
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When and man
When something unexpected happened, one always asked for water if one were a woman, brandy if one were a man.
When McFeeley was halfway to the door, the proprietor emerged -- a mountainous, dark man, his head thick with resiny black hair, his eyes like two of the black olives he imported in boatloads.
A verse familiar to all grammarians is the quatrain: `` I saw a man once beat his wife When on a drunken spree.
When a man recognizes a certain experience as the exact pattern of a previous dream, we have an instance of deja vue, except for the fact that he knows just why the experience seems familiar.
He promised nearly 200 Democratic county committee members at the meeting in the Puddingstone Inn: `` When I come back here after the November election you'll think, ' You're my man -- you're the kind of governor we're glad we elected ' ''.
When Mickey Charles Mantle, the New York Yankees' man of muscle, drives a home run 450 feet into the bleachers, his feat touches upon the sublime.
`` When Mickey went to the Yankees '', says Mark Freeman, an ex-Yankee pitcher who sells mutual funds in Denver, `` DiMaggio still was playing and every day Mickey would go by his locker, just aching for some word of encouragement from this great man, this hero of his.
When he at last did go to his room, he couldn't sleep and instead paced up and down before his little image of Acala, thinking first of Charlotte's tale of the man at Ryusenji, then of his biwa and the invisible Pacific waters.
When an ordinary free man accepted Islam, despite opposition, he would enjoy the protection of his tribe.
Hobbes said :" The Latines called Accounts of mony Rationes ... and thence it seems to proceed that they extended the word Ratio, to the faculty of Reckoning in all other things .... When a man reasoneth hee does nothing else but conceive a summe totall ... For Reason ... is nothing but Reckoning ... of the consequences of generall names agreed upon, for the marking and signifying of our thoughts ...."
When Beavis finally comes down from his sugar high, he is hanging on a meathook in the farmer's barn, where the old man and a similarly pale Butt-Head seemingly attack him with chainsaws as the episode fades to blood red.
When a man distinguished himself by deeds of valour, or any form of meritorious conduct, he was often decorated by a chief by being presented with the feathers of this bird.
When Brubeck signed with Fantasy Records, he thought he had a half interest in the company and he worked as a sort of A & R man for it, encouraging the Weiss brothers to sign other contemporary jazz performers, including Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker, and Red Norvo.
When he reached Kamikos, King Cocalus, knowing Daedalus would be able to solve the riddle, privately fetched the old man to him.
There is a contrast between the rigidity of death and the weakness of life: " When he is born, man is soft and weak ; in death he becomes stiff and hard.
When Louis XVI was executed on 21 January 1793, another man had already died as well — Louis Michel le Peletier de Saint-Fargeau.
When visiting patients, he would have his driver, also a very large man, walk ahead of him to make sure the floor of a house would hold him.
* " When the most wicked member of a tribe becomes its ruler, and the most worthless member of a community becomes its leader, and a man is respected through fear of the evil he may do, and leadership is given to people who are unworthy of it, expect the Day of Judgment.
When and invests
When describing the IFC in 1955, World Bank President Eugene R. Black said that the IFC would only invest in private firms, rather than make loans to governments, and it would not manage the projects in which it invests.
When the state invests judicial authority in those officials, it puts the independence and impartiality of the courts at risk.
When and block
When, in my enthusiasm, I proposed the party, my city editor ( who disliked the club and many of its members ) tried to block my participation in the gala event.
When the nail has been completely driven, the farrier cuts off the sharp points and uses a clincher ( a form of tongs made especially for this purpose ) or a clinching block with hammer to bend the rest of the nail so it is almost flush with the hoof wall.
When a data structure must be accessed by an interrupt handler, the critical section must block that interrupt.
# When the playing field is cleared, instead of ending the game, a new level appears — usually harder, with more block types or lower time limits, or both.
When comparing the speed of a punch and the reaction time and time taken to block effectively, it is difficult to block a punch.
When the marker calls out the force side, the team can then rely on the marker to block off half the field and position themselves to aggressively cover just the open / force side.
When tides are predicted to rise above 110 centimetres, the pontoons will be filled with air, causing them to float and block the incoming water from the Adriatic Sea.
When many small files are expected a small block size would typically maximize capacity, but for a system dealing mainly with large files, a larger block size can provide a performance advantage.
When in combat, male hippos use their incisors to block each others attacks, and their lower canines to inflict damage.
When a codeword is received or read, the device either compares its check value with one freshly calculated from the data block, or equivalently, performs a CRC on the whole codeword and compares the resulting check value with an expected residue constant.
When current flowed through this " base " lead, the electrons or holes would be pushed out, across the block of semiconductor, and collect on the far surface.
When placed together in formation, units can provide an effective defensive front, block an enemy force ’ s escape route, or exploit bad positioning of an enemy force by surrounding it.
When smoke testing a sanitary sewer system it is helpful to partially block off the section of sewer to be tested.
When The WB added the Kids ' WB programming block in 1995, Warner Bros. Animation-produced Tiny Toon Adventures, Animaniacs and later Batman: The Animated Series, ( all of which originated either on Fox Kids or in syndication ) moved to Kids ' WB with new productions and original shows included.
When the paste the back was slightly melted, he took a smooth board and pressed it over the surface, so that the block of type became as even as a whetstone.
When the type metal has sufficiently cooled, the mould is unlocked and a rectangular block approximately 4 centimeters long, called a sort, is extracted.
When Enderby reviewed the document, he found that, while it argued for the Government's position, it recognised both that the Senate had the constitutional right to block supply, and that the reserve powers were still extant — matters with which Enderby did not agree.
When a password ( or passphrase ) is used as an encryption key, well-designed cryptosystems first run it through a key derivation function which adds a salt and compresses or expands it to the key length desired, for example by compressing a long phrase into a 128-bit value suitable for use in a block cipher.