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-- Why, course I can.
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Answer: Can be processed by computer / ipod ” to “ Question: Why must we develop renewable energy sources ?” ( The latter question is also an example of political correctness in that the focus of the course is hijacked into one of agitation for political solutions to asserted problems.
Wiley published several books during the course of his career, including Serenity, A Boxing Memoir ; Why Black People Tend To Shout ; and By Any Means Necessary: The Trials and Tribulations of Making Malcolm X, with Spike Lee.
In her book Day of Empire: How Hyperpowers Rise to Global Dominance and Why They Fall, she emphasizes the “ tolerance ” of “ hyperpowers ” in the course of history, while evaluating that the United States is on the verge of losing that very ideal characteristic in recent years and stresses that she wishes for America to remain as a tolerant nation in the context of globalization and multiculturalism.
However, the network reversed course and announced the show would return as the lead-out from a highly anticipated series, Emily's Reasons Why Not.
Why and I
`` Why '', he went on, `` when Rob asked me if he could make his dive on this trip, I didn't think twice about it.
Why did I choose to fill these pages in this particular issue with this mixture of rather tenuous reflections and autobiography??
Offer her a cup of tea and she would say, `` Why, these cups look just like a set I gave to the Salvation Army last year ''.
Hand her a chair and she would say, `` Why, it's a nice imitation of those Queen Anne chairs I inherited from Grandmother Delancy ''.
Why it was ever forgotten for even a moment I cannot say because it works perfectly for everyone, no matter whether he has short or long thigh-bone lengths!!
Why and can
Why, Holden said to himself, surprised at his own sudden insight, I'll bet some of those people who enter are just as happy as can be.
Why not open your heart to the Lord Jesus Christ now, accept Him as your Saviour and let Him fill you with peace that only He can give.
For McTaggart " philosophy can give us very little, if any, guidance in action ... Why should a Hegelian citizen be surprised that his belief as to the organic nature of the Absolute does not help him in deciding how to vote?
For example, a complex statement by Richard Whately includes four puns: " Why can a man never starve in the Great Desert?
The rest is either an arbitrary dictionary word, or occasionally the digraph and the cryptonym combine to form a dictionary word ( e. g. AEROPLANE ) or can be read out as a simple phrase ( e. g. WIBOTHER, read as " Why bother !").
I just don't like the idea of that, but maybe that's wishy-washy of me, because I don't want those buildings standing if they hurt anyone ... Why would you preserve building just so someone can make a profit by continuing to hurt and kill individuals who feel every bit as much as we do?
In Europe, the early years of personal computing ( 1981 – 1985 ) were spearheaded by the very aggressive marketing of inexpensive home computers with the theme " Why buy your child a video game and distract them from school when you can buy them a home computer that will prepare them for university?
Ivan Illich, the historian and social critic, can be read as an apophatic theologian, according to a longtime collaborator, Lee Hoinacki, in a paper presented in memory of Illich, called " Why Philia?
Why not have the World Social Forum -- the social is more important than the economic -- to have a space to show that we can have an alternative?
If a tiny, poor country like Grenada can succeed in bringing about a better life for its people, some other place that has more resources will ask, ' Why not us?
:" In a place like this, words fail ; in the end, there can only be a dread silence-a silence which is itself a heartfelt cry to God: Why, Lord, did you remain silent?
* The Paradox of Choice: Why More Is Less, Schwartz argues that eliminating consumer choices can greatly reduce anxiety for shoppers
" This line is also included in the film – after Richard concludes his opening speech to Edward, he enters the men's room and continues in soliloquy form to line twenty-seven of Richard III before then referring back to the earlier play " Why, I can smile and murder while I smile / And wet my cheeks with artificial tears / And frame my face to all occasions " ( ll.
Why the illusory mental defilements should be imagined by the deluded mind is stated to be a mystery that only a Buddha can understand.