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When we repeat the remark that such suffering was a bad thing, the feeling with which we made it last week may be at or near the vanishing point, but if we were asked whether we meant to say what we did before, we should certainly answer Yes.
from Brown Corpus
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When and we
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 we `` forced '' individuals to assume the corporate structure by means of taxes and other legal statutes, we adopted what I would term `` pseudo-capitalism '' and so took a major step toward socialism.
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 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.
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 repeat
When the New York run for Butterflies Are Free ended, he received an offer to repeat his performance in Hawaii, opposite Barbara Rush.
When Hera discovered the deception, she cursed Echo to only repeat the words of others ( hence our modern word " echo ").
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 we repeat an experiment, as the saying goes, we really perform another experiment with a ( more or less ) similar set of generating conditions.
When closing a gate wrap the rope around the upturned post on the gate itself, then the latch post and the repeat three times then wrap around the tractor post such that it is pulled toward the latch post, once snug, pull the loose end under the wraps and tight against the post.
Brian Wilson's father told of Brian's unusual musical abilities prior to his first birthday, observing that the baby could repeat the melody from " When the Caissons Go Rolling Along " after only a few verses had been sung by the father.
When Handley died from a sudden stroke, announced immediately after the usual second repeat, it was cancelled because he was considered irreplaceable as its star.
When later that year the history seems to repeat itself in Libia information on this facility is always put under the attention of protesters in that country
When he was forced to repeat the 8th grade again the next year, he dropped out of school on May 30, 1938.
When modeling a dialogue sentence for students to repeat, the teacher not only gives an oral mother tongue equivalent for unknown words or phrases, but repeats the foreign language phrase before students imitate it: L2
When the king takes the girl on the next morning to a larger room filled with straw to repeat the feat, the imp spins in return for the girl's ring.
When exactly two nucleotides are repeated, it is called a " dinucleotide repeat " ( for example: ACACACAC ...).
When three nucleotides are repeated, it is called a " trinucleotide repeat " ( for example: CAGCAGCAGCAG ...), and abnormalities in such regions can give rise to trinucleotide repeat disorders.
When the number is not known, variable, or irrelevant, it is sometimes called a variable number tandem repeat ( VNTR ).
When located, he usually dispatched a Gruppe ( 30 aircraft ) to engage the convoy, holding other Stuka Gruppen back for repeat attacks.
When she was forty she decided to repeat the procedure with the same plastic surgeon, the mother of a Venezuelan friend.
When John Michael Hayes, the screenwriter for the film adaptation, asked her if the novel was her autobiography, Metalious told him to repeat the question and then spilled her drink on him.
When he mentions his decision to avoid flying while in America, Borat says that his colleague " insists we not fly in case the Jews repeat their attack of 9 / 11 ".
When a person uses a substance for the first time and receives a positive outcome, they are likely to repeat the behaviour due to the reinforcing consequence.
When a Sequence follows the Alleluia, this final repeat is omitted, as it was in other cases in the Middle Ages.
When and remark
When we come upon the rabbit and make our remark about its suffering being a bad thing, we presumably make it with some feeling ; ;
When syndicated columnist Liz Smith asked Clooney whether he wasn't " going too far " with his remark, he responded: " I don't care.
When proving basic results about the natural numbers in elementary number theory though, the proof may very well hinge on the remark that any natural number has a successor ( which should then in itself be proved or taken as an axiom, see Peano's axioms ).
" When ... asked about the political significance of Catastrophe, he raised his arms in a gesture of impatience and made just one remark: ' It is not more political than Pochade Radiophonique ’”, Rough for Radio II, as the latter is known in English.
When Neil Armstrong became the first man to set foot on the moon in 1969, South Africa was one of the few countries unable to watch the event live, prompting one newspaper to remark that " The moon film has proved to be the last straw … The situation is becoming a source of embarrassment for the country.
When Sir James takes his leave, he makes an ambiguous, vague remark to Tuppence regarding the suitability of her current place of employment.
When we were ushered in we were greeted by the maharajah with the remark, " It is an honor for you to be here ; ordinarily I converse only with my greyhounds.
When Meeks first announced their departure months prior to its conceiving, and without label confirmation, he gave a less than positive remark, stating " It's like a journey in the wilderness-you know with like the struggle and stuff.
When DDB, then considered a firm handling predominantly Democratic candidates during political campaigns, produced the 1964 television commercial Daisy in support of Lyndon Johnson's Presidential campaign, Dane was added to Nixon's Enemies List with the remark:
In 1912, the first " All-Slavic Slet " ( Všeslovanský slet, over 30, 000 Sokols ) was held with a largely military atmosphere, causing Augustin Očenášek ( a member of Sokol ) to remark, " When the thunder comes and the nations rise up to defend their existence, let it be the Sokol clubs from which the cry to battle will sound ..." ( Nolte, p78 ).
When Rolling Stone magazine wrote " it would be unfair to compare Oh Mercy to Dylan's landmark Sixties recordings ", author Clinton Heylin countered this remark, arguing that the Oh Mercy sessions had the songs to compete with Dylan's most celebrated work.
When the King offered battle on 9 November, Manchester made his famous remark that " The King need not care how oft he fights ...
" When speaking to and / or about someone's lack of presence at some event, he would often remark that they were " conspicuous by their absence.
When her childhood friend, " Rowdy " Dow, wants to fight Southern senator John C. Calhoun ( Frank Conroy ) because of an insulting remark about Peggy, however, she interrupts and asks him to dance instead.
") When Bugs removes the chassis and sobbingly reveals that he's the rabbit, the rabbit gangsters remark, in mock-Bugsy style, " Ehhh, now he tells us!
When the late syndicated columnist Ann Landers used a racially derogatory term to describe Pope John Paul II in The New Yorker, Moskal quipped, " She should have shut up after she made the nice remark about the pope.
When he makes a passing remark about the children and their parents, Buffy is struck by the thought that the children's parents were never mentioned.
When Chamberlain spoke of the " futility of ambition, if ambition leads to the desire for domination ", Dirksen, who interpreted that remark as an implied criticism of Hitler, led all of the assembled German journalists in walking out in protest.
When Time hinted that this remark could have inspired Najibullah Zazi's terrorist activities, Naik insisted: " I have always condemned terrorism, because according to the glorious Koran, if you kill one innocent person, then you have killed the whole of humanity ".
When Bobby Fischer noticed Lilienthal in the audience at his 1992 return match against Boris Spassky, Fischer greeted him with the remark " Pawn e5 takes f6.
In 1940, James acted in an Army production called When Knights Were Bold and his photograph appeared in an Army newspaper with a remark about how much he resembled General Montgomery.
When asked in a television interview why he accepted the appointment while intending to run for a Commons seat, Smith complained that he was taking a " dramatic, catastrophic " pay cut by serving as a senator, a remark for which Smith has been criticized.