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When and we
When we opened the door again for business and switched on the lights she said:
When these had been pocketed, we could still spend a morning cracking open other pebbles for our delight in seeing how much prettier they were inside than their dull exteriors indicated.
When Peter B. Kyne ( Pride Of Palomar, 43 ) informed us in 1921 that we had an instinctive dislike for the Japanese, did the heated debates of the Californians settle the truth or falsity of the proposition??
When some question arises in the medical field concerning cancer, for instance, we do not turn to free and open discussion as in a political campaign.
When we consider the disorganized state of the world community, and the legacy of predispositions adversely directed against all who are identified as Jews, it is obvious that the struggle for the minds and muscles of men needs to be prosecuted with increasing vigor and skill.
When we assert the value of such study, we find ourselves committed to an important assumption.
When we turn to Aristotle's ideas on the moral measure of literature, it is at once apparent that he is at times equally concerned about the influence of the art.
When the work was finished, we would walk.
When we went for our walks Lilly's brother would come along every once in a while.
Sir -- When the colonies decided upon freedom from England, we insisted, through the Declaration of Independence, that the nations of the world recognize us as a separate political entity.
When we become firm enough to stand for those ideals which we know to be right, when we become hard enough to refuse to aid nations which do not permit self-determination, when we become strong enough to resist any more drifts towards socialism in our own Nation, when we recognize that our enemy is Communism not war, and when we realize that concessions to Communists do not insure peace or freedom, then, and only then will we no longer be `` soft ''.
When the end did come, and the schools were disbanded and abandoned, we felt and hoped that the machinery of psychological warfare would not be allowed to rust.
When we got there, Trig and the Negro were quarreling over possession of a gold crucifix around the neck of a wounded Filipino.
When he was in the war, he was in Law or Supplies or something like that, and an old buddy of his told me he would come down on Sundays to the Pentagon and read the citations for medals -- just like the one we sent in for Trig -- and go away with a real glow.
When we separated that evening Pat pushed a hundred dollar bill into Eileen's hand to help towards a layette.
When you first acquire a pool, we earnestly recommend -- for your own mental health -- a good long chat with your insurance agent.

When and forced
When in 1816 an act of Congress forced the foreign firm out of the United States, its British-born employees, now become American citizens -- Joseph Rolette, Joseph Renville and Alexis Bailly -- continued in the fur business.
When they were forced to, Central Worlds shrugged its shoulders, arranged a tour of the Laboratory Schools and set the tour off to a big start by showing the members case histories, complete with photographs.
When this happens the carbon atoms will no longer be soluble with the iron, and will be forced to precipitate out of solution, nucleating into the spaces between the crystals.
When Tennessee seceded, though the vote did not win a majority in East Tennessee, Johnson was forced to flee from the state with armed security ; he was in fact the only Senator from the seceded states to continue participation in Congress.
When Queen Isabella and her husband were forced to leave Spain by the Revolution of 1868, Alfonso accompanied them to Paris.
When the work was completed, three dragons rushed against the wall, and while the two of them which attacked those parts of the wall built by the gods fell down dead, the third forced its way into the city through the part built by Aeacus.
When van de Velde was forced to resign in 1915 because he was Belgian, he suggested Gropius, Hermann Obrist and August Endell as possible successors.
When the revolt broke out, it was supported by intellectuals, the army, and almost all the ethnic minorities of the Empire, and forced Sultan Abdul Hamid II to re-adopt the long defunct Ottoman constitution of 1877, ushering in the Second Constitutional Era.
When Galileo later complained of rumors to the effect that he had been forced to abjure and do penance, Bellarmine wrote out a certificate denying the rumors, stating that Galileo had merely been notified of the decree and informed that, as a consequence of it, the Copernican doctrine could not be " defended or held ".
When the English finally regained control of New Netherland they forced, as a punishment unique in the history of the British Empire, the English common law upon all the colonists, including the Dutch.
When Kidd found out what had happened, he was outraged and forced his men to return most of the stolen property.
When one society finds itself forced to relinquish power entirely to another society that in itself is a form of underdevelopment .... During the centuries of pre-colonial trade, some control over social political and economic life was retained in Africa, in spite of the disadvantageous commerce with Europeans.
When Pissarro returned to his home in France after the war, he discovered that of the 1, 500 paintings he had done over 20 years, which he was forced to leave behind when he moved to London, only 40 remained.
When those forced into exile owned valuables, including artwork, they were often seized by officials who either kept them as personal possessions or sold them at auction for cash.
When the newspapers reported that the government had not allowed the showing of The Lictors Bring to Brutus the Bodies of His Sons, the people were outraged, and the royals were forced to give in.
The argument that school vouchers increases quality and efficiencies in schools forced to compete is supported by studies such as " When Schools Compete: The Effects of Vouchers on Florida Public School Achievement " ( Manhattan Institute for Policy Research's, 2003 ), which concluded that public schools located near private schools that were eligible to accept voucher students made significantly more improvements than did similar schools not located near eligible private schools.
When the Continental Congress was forced to leave Philadelphia in 1783 while he was president, he moved the meetings to Princeton, where they met in the College's Nassau Hall.
When they married his mother withdrew his allowance and he was forced to work for a living.
When faced by an exceptionally loud stadium, players may be unable to hear the snap count, and are forced to concentrate more on visual cues ( silent snap count or a hard count ), or risk false start penalties.
When armies throughout Spain pronounced themselves in sympathy with the revolters, led by Rafael del Riego, Ferdinand relented and was forced to accept the liberal Constitution of 1812.
When a mob from Paris attacked the royal palace at Versailles in October 1789 seeking redress for their severe poverty, the royal family was forced to move to the Tuileries Palace in Paris.
When Jackson became president, he agreed that the Indians should be encouraged, but not forced, to exchange eastern lands for western lands.
When forced to go, his call is heard loud and clear.
When Stalin claimed Latvia for the Soviet Union, Ribbentrop was forced to telephone Berlin for permission from Hitler to concede Latvia to the Soviets.

When and individuals
When some thirteen records of newly and recently born individuals are collated, little or no correlation between length and distribution can be detected.
When individuals repent and believe in Christ ( saving faith ), they are regenerated and brought into union with Christ, whereby the death and righteousness of Christ are imputed to them for their justification before God.
When a hypothetical dilemma was given to 24 people and according to the dilemma they had the capability of pushing a stranger in front of a train so they could rescue five people, individuals who had taken selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors were not as likely to support the idea of pushing the person.
When Quinney states " crime is a social phenomenon " he envisages both how individuals conceive crime and how populations perceive it, based on societal norms.
# When the individual perceives and accepts into one consistent and integrated system all his sensory and visceral experiences, then he is necessarily more understanding of others and is more accepting of others as separate individuals.
When frightened, a " full closed grin " causes nearby individuals to be fearful, as well.
When Dave Wesely entered the service in 1970, his friend and fellow Napoleonics wargamer Dave Arneson began a medieval variation of Wesely's Braunstein games, where players control individuals instead of armies.
When social identity and ingroup status are salient, computer mediation can decrease flaming because individuals focus their attention on the social context ( and associated norms ) rather than themselves.
When logrolling occurs within a Direct Democracy, a few individuals vote openly, and votes are easy to trade, rearrange, and observe.
When methods of trade do not conflict with given standards or ethical procedures, individuals naturally seek mutually advantageous vote trades.
When afflicted individuals have an equal chance of being included in a study this is called truncate selection, signifying the inadvertent exclusion ( truncation ) of families who are carriers for a gene.
When they gave blood and urine samples the methadone showed up in some individuals samples as much as four weeks after it was not evident in other individuals samples.
When individuals can reproduce more than once, a longer survival in the reproductive phase increases the number of offspring, called survival selection.
When self-synchronization is reached, the model states that the personal interests of individuals toward their privacy is in balance with the business interests of enterprises who collect and use the personal information of those individuals.
When Steven Moffat took over in 2010, he introduced cracks in the universe which erase events and individuals from history ; using this device, he ' undid ' the events of " Journey's End " and " The Next Doctor " so that in the series ' narrative, the people of Earth would be ( once again ) unaware of alien life.
When conflicts arise, corporations, governments, organized crime syndicates, and even wealthy individuals subcontract their dirty work to specialists, who then perform " shadowruns " or missions undertaken by deniable assets without identities or those that wish to remain unknown.
* Non-response bias: When individuals or households selected in the survey sample cannot or will not complete the survey there is the potential for bias to result from this non-response.
When this occurs, it is because the conflicting majorities are each made up of different groups of individuals.
When assessing other individuals, individuals often measure one another up by running their antennae down the length of the other individual.
When individuals assimilate, they incorporate the new experience into an already existing framework without changing that framework.
When evaluating a decision or problem, individuals can turn to these trusted or elite individuals for their opinions.

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