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When someone says, for example, `` They took x-rays to see that there was nothing wrong with me '', it pays to consider how this statement would normally be made.
`` When you marry, you want to have things in common '', a girl said, `` and it's hard when you don't marry someone with your own background ''.
When he had finished with that, he would go to another part of the hotel and say much the same things to someone else, most probably a busboy.
When I told him someone had torn it out, he shouted.
When someone does develop chronic or severe problems with anxiety, such problems are usually classified as being one or more of the specific types of Anxiety Disorders.
When someone was praising an orator for his ability to magnify small points, he said, " In my opinion it's not a good cobbler who fits large shoes on small feet.
When several banshees appeared at once, it indicated the death of someone great or holy.
When used in a generic sense, a Buddha is generally considered to be someone who discovers the true nature of reality.
Writing in 2010 Neil Finn said, " When we lost Paul it was like someone pulled the rug out from underneath everything, a terrible jolt out of the dark blue.
When someone bring a red tomato into her room, she is stunned.
When police speculated about the assailant, the juvenile probation officer assisting at the scene of the murders speculated that Echols was " capable " of committing the murders, stating " it looks like Damien Echols finally killed someone.
When someone judges something to be good, or some action to be right, then the person is using the faculty of moral intuition.
When someone hit a scram switch the clock stopped and the display was replaced with the word " FOO "; at TMRC the scram switches are therefore called " Foo switches ".
When asked to recommend someone else, Davis suggested Robert E. Lee, then an army major in Baltimore ; López approached Lee, who also declined on the grounds of his duty.
When someone speaks of a mishap involving an audible arcing of electricity, the word " zap " is often used ( and has subsequently been expanded and used to describe non-auditory effects generally connoting the same sort of localized but thorough interference or destruction similar to that produced in short-circuit sparking ).
When the U. S. Attorney decides to indict someone under RICO, he or she has the option of seeking a pre-trial restraining order or injunction to temporarily seize a defendant's assets and prevent the transfer of potentially forfeitable property, as well as require the defendant to put up a performance bond.
When someone asked him why, he said: " So that I may learn it, then die.
When someone exerts their will against the world, they disrupt that harmony.
When a landowner left England to fight in the Crusades, he needed someone to run his estate in his absence, often to pay and receive feudal dues.
When some effort at fulfilling some reparation condition fails, it must be repeated, usually by someone else after some intervening time-period ; history therefore exhibits a cyclic pattern.
When she realizes her powers have gone at the end of Season Eight, however, Willow ends her relationship with Kennedy, saying that there is someone else Willow is in love with, who she will never see again.
When Heath called a leadership election at the end of 1974, Powell claimed they would have to find someone who was not a member of the Cabinet that " without a single resignation or public dissent, not merely swallowed but advocated every single reversal of election pledge or party principle ".
When a door is locked only someone with a key can enter through the door depending on how the lock is configured.
When the crate reaches the destination matching its label, it is opened and the bags ( SDUs ) removed only to become PDUs when someone reads the code of the destination post office.

When and audience
When he turns briefly to literary style, in the Third Book, he again looks to the effect on the audience.
When he had finished speaking, a member of the audience stood up and suggested that Bavaria should break away from Prussia and form a separate nation with Austria.
When the audience applauded — testimonies differ over whether at the end of the scherzo or the whole symphony — Beethoven was several measures off and still conducting.
" When asked about his secretive nature, Marker has said " My films are enough for them audience.
When his Decca co-workers The Andrews Sisters began their engagement at the London Palladium directly on the heels of Kaye's incredibly successful 1948 appearance there, the trio was so well received that David Lewin of the Daily Express declared, " The audience gave The Andrews Sisters the Danny Kaye roar!
When Baum had been touring New York State in the title role, the actor playing the ghost fell through the floorboards, and the rural audience thought it was part of the show and demanded that the actor repeat the fall, because they thought it was funny.
When Laban reached Rachel's tent, she hid the teraphim by sitting on them and stating she could not get up because she was menstruating ; this event was considered by the biblical audience as conveying significant defilement upon the teraphim.
When " Picture " was released it introduced Kid Rock to a wider audience, and was ultimately the most successful single on the album.
When she entered features, Hollywood believed that the movies ' future lay in reproducing Broadway plays for a mass audience.
When audience research is conducted for domestic theatrical release, it involves these areas:
When a Mattachine officer suggested an " amicable and sweet " candlelight vigil demonstration, a man in the audience fumed and shouted, " Sweet!
When the song was released the group was amazed to discover that it brought them a new audience of female fans, most of them very young.
When Bryan resumed, his comparison of miner with miser again electrified the audience ; the uproar prevented him from continuing for several minutes.
When interviewed for Mojo magazine the band said the most amazing sight at Live Aid was to see the audience clapping to " Radio Ga Ga ".
When the two seek an audience with the new Lady Audley, she makes many excuses to avoid their visit, but he and Robert are shown a portrait of her by Alicia Audley, Robert ’ s cousin.
When Kazan received an Honorary Academy Award in 1999, the audience was noticeably divided in their reaction, with some including Nick Nolte, Ed Harris, Ian McKellen and Amy Madigan refusing to applaud, and many others, such as actors Kathy Bates, Meryl Streep and Warren Beatty and producer George Stevens, Jr. standing and applauding.
Of the film, Hanks has remarked: " When I read the script for Gump, I saw it as one of those kind of grand, hopeful movies that the audience can go to and feel ... some hope for their lot and their position in life ...
When Psyche performed, they practically challenged the audience with the concept of what " entertainment " should be.
When members tell their story to a supportive audience, they can obtain relief from chronic feelings of shame and guilt.
When Australian comedian Paul Hogan used the phrase, " I'll slip an extra shrimp on the barbie for you " in an American television advertisement, it was intended to make what he was saying easier for his American audience to understand, and was thus a deliberate distortion of what an Australian would typically say.
When the New Orleans Jazz style swept New York by storm in 1917 with the arrival of the Original Dixieland Jazz Band, Jimmy Durante was part of the audience at Reisenweber's Cafe on Columbus Circle when ODJB played that venue.
When a full audience was vigorously dancing, all to the same beat, I was surprised that
When Comic Book Guy sees the Poochie episode, he immediately goes on the Internet and writes, “ Worst episode ever ” on a message board ; a commentary on how the active audience nit-picks the episode.
When television became popular in the late 1940s and 1950s, TV Westerns quickly became an audience favorite.

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