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" You don't think she would have remembered this from the first time ", ' We should consult Absolem " and " your majesty ".
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The girl took a couple of steps toward the man in shorts when Benson, in that barefoot courtliness Ramey could never decide was real, said, `` You don't want to go around there, Ma'am ''.
`` You don't believe that autistic children become autistic because of something that happens to them or because of the way their mother treats them.
Mr. Truman emphasized this point by saying, `` You fellows in the Department of State don't know much about domestic politics ''.
You and think
You may stay as long as you wish, of course, but if arranging for the care of the girls must take time into account, I think a day or two should be enough to finish our business in ''.
One Kohnstamm-positive subject who had both arms rise while being tested in the naive condition described her subjective experience as follows: `` You feel they're going up and you're on a stage and it's not right for them to do so and then you think maybe that's what's supposed to happen ''.
You may think we didn't need Nancy and Jean, but you always get what you can when you can, and we had no guarantee that a fingerprint record on them couldn't be useful before we were through with this case.
You could think yourself as grown up as Methuselah, yet the maternal voice still kept its comforting magic.
You feel an intense fear when you think of dying, or you may think of it more often than normal, or can ’ t get it out of your mind.
The drama also introduced and popularised the phrase: " You might very well think that ; I couldn't possibly comment.
You are the prime minister, with a majority of 18 ... where do you think most of the poison is coming from?
With the most reckless violence of manner and language, he abused the character of the House ; and, after the first burst of his denunciations had passed, suddenly changing his tone, he exclaimed, " You think, perhaps, this is not parliamentary language ; I know it ; nor are you to expect such from me.
The president opened his talk by proclaiming that " It's great to be here in Nevada ," emphasizing the correct ' a ' – the crowd roared its approval when he light-heartedly noted, " You didn't think I'd get it right, did ya?
' You don't think about it, and when you do achieve something, you know luck has nothing to do with it.