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" began to imagine ," wrote St Simon, " that the King doubted his courage, and resolved to stake all at once in an effort to vindicate himself.
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ould it be too bold to imagine, that in the great length of time, since the earth began to exist, perhaps millions of ages before the commencement of the history of mankind, would it be too bold to imagine, that all warm-blooded animals have arisen from one living filament, which endued with animality, with the power of acquiring new parts attended with new propensities, directed by irritations, sensations, volitions, and associations ; and thus possessing the faculty of continuing to improve by its own inherent activity, and of delivering down those improvements by generation to its posterity, world without end?
Visionary settlers began to imagine the potential income to be had by reclaiming the rich desert lying higher up the slope above the recently completed Grand Canal ; in 1882, the Arizona Canal Company was organized to do just that.
"... who not only looked rather like Mr Irving but seemed to imagine he was the celebrated actor ... he began doing the Irving business all through supper.
This was usually followed by a song whose lyrics began " Imagine, imagine, you can imagine Polkaroo ...".
He wrote in the introduction to his play The Resurrection, " I began to imagine 1904, as always at my left side just out of the range of sight, a brazen winged beast which I associated with laughing, ecstatic destruction ", noting that the beast was " Afterwards described in my poem ' The Second Coming ".
Scalzo chose to imagine that they began reminiscing and decided to become ethereal beings on a permanent romantic trip, the answer to the song's question " where were they going without ever knowing the way?
In fact, it is hard to imagine Gainesville without Pearce Auditorium ,” said John W. Jacobs, Jr., chairman of the Brenau board of trustees, as he began the centennial observance of the dedication of Pearce Auditorium.
His suggestions inspired Johnson to focus on a deeper development of the characters, while Roeg himself began to imagine how the film could open then play spatially as well as laterally.
Vincent Joseph Schaefer, a scientist who worked in Schenectady, New York for General Electric, began to imagine a " hiker's route " from New York City to the Adirondacks shortly after helping to found the Mohawk Valley Hiking Club in 1929.
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Capp followed this success with other allegorical fantasy critters, including the aboriginal and masochistic " Kigmies ," who craved abuse ( a story that began as a veiled comment on racial and religious oppression ), the dreaded " Nogoodniks " ( or bad shmoos ), and the irresistible " Bald Iggle ," a guileless creature whose sad-eyed countenance compelled involuntary truthfulness — with predictably disastrous results.
" A writer has died ," he began, " who, together with Pushkin, Dostoevsky, and Tolstoy, forms part of the glory of Russian literature.
To the horror of the assembled Party officials, however, someone with, " a young and deeply anguished voice ," began reciting Pasternak's banned poem Hamlet.
This work began with a group of representatives who revisited the 1999 document " Call to Christian Commitment and Action to Combat Racism ," which is available on the current CUIC website.
The " Committee of Thirty ," a body of liberal Parisians, began to agitate against voting by estate.
Tracy aligned with the Crips, and began reading the novels of Iceberg Slim, which he memorized and recited to his friends, who enjoyed hearing the excerpts and told him, " Yo, kick some more of that by Ice, T ," and the handle stuck.
However, Hermione Baddeley, starring in the play as the cannibal " Noo-ga ," was drinking heavily and began engaging in bizarre antics and disrupting performances.
In 1965 she moved to the United States and, touring constantly, began to be recognized when her original songs (" Urge for Going ," " Chelsea Morning ," " Both Sides, Now ," " The Circle Game ") were covered by notable folk singers, allowing her to sign with Reprise Records and record her own debut album in 1968.
When he stated that " the case of the orders which hold property is that of them all ," the mendicant orders turned against him ; and from that time Wycliffe began a struggle which continued till his death.
Styne established his own dance band, which brought him to the notice of Hollywood, where he was championed by Frank Sinatra and where he began a collaboration with lyricist Sammy Cahn, with whom he wrote many songs for the movies, including " It's Been a Long, Long Time " (# 1 for 3 weeks for Harry James and His Orchestra in 1945 ), " Five Minutes More ," and the Oscar-winning " Three Coins in the Fountain ".
As the horses are paraded before the grandstands, the University of Louisville Marching Band plays Stephen Foster's " My Old Kentucky Home ," a tradition which began in 1924.
However, when recording sessions began Atlantic wanted more of a rock sound and didn't initially like " Cowboy ," " Devil Without A Cause " and " Only God Knows Why.
" To make clear my exposition in writing this brief commentary on painting ," Alberti began his treatise, Della Pittura ( On Painting ), " I will take first from the mathematicians those things with which my subject is concerned.
After a few years of advertising Mobil gasolines as " Megatane "- rated and as " High Energy " gasolines, Mobil began, in 1966, to promote both its Regular and Premium fuels as " Detergent Gasolines ," due to the inclusion of additives designed to clean carburetors and various internal engine parts.
" And she began to speak to them these words: " I ," she said, " I saw the Lord in a vision and I said to Him, Lord I saw you today in a vision.
" Another lure for contributors was the annual " Mad Trip ," an all-expenses-paid tradition that began in 1960.
In the latter half of the 18th century, marionette companies began to give way to glove-puppet shows, performed from within a narrow, lightweight booth by one puppeteer, usually with an assistant, or " bottler ," to gather a crowd and collect money.
In the west they began with the people living around Frisches Haff, Lithuanian Aismarės, " sea of the Aistians ," who in that vicinity became the Baltic Prussians.
Patterson said " it turned a total of I think three times ," the first time therefore being before the filming began.
In his own words, Hobbes ' reflection began with the idea of " giving to every man his own ," a phrase he drew from the writings of Cicero.
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Harlan Ellison ( who began reading van Vogt as a teenager ) wrote, " Van was the first writer to shine light on the restricted ways in which I had been taught to view the universe and the human condition.
Louisa May Alcott, who was ten years old at the time, later wrote of the experience in Transcendental Wild Oats ( 1873 ): " The band of brothers began by spading garden and field ; but a few days of it lessened their ardor amazingly.
Stroustrup began developing C ++ in 1979 ( then called " C with Classes "), and, in his own words, " invented C ++, wrote its early definitions, and produced its first implementation ... chose and formulated the design criteria for C ++, designed all its major facilities, and was responsible for the processing of extension proposals in the C ++ standards committee.
Tallard wrote a report to this effect to King Louis that morning, but hardly had he sent the messenger when the Allied army began to appear opposite his camp.
The late author Sheldon H. Harris in his book " Factories of Death: Japanese Biological Warfare, 1932-1945, and the American cover up " wrote that, The test program, could be part of Project AGILE or Project OCONUS which began in fall 1962 and which was funded at least through fiscal year 1963, was considered by the Chemical Corps to be “ an ambitious one .” The tests were designed to cover “ not only trials at sea, but Arctic and tropical environmental tests as well .” The tests, presumably, were conducted at what research officers designated, but did not name, “ satellite sites .” These sites were located both in the continental United States and in foreign countries.
He immediately began to confute the Arians and wrote a treatise against their teaching, which has been lost.
Paul Abbott was a story editor on the programme in the 1980s and began writing episodes in 1989, but left in 1993 to produce Cracker, for which he later wrote, before creating his own highly acclaimed dramas such as Touching Evil and Shameless.
In a highly negative review of the book, Dewey wrote a series of articles in The Social Frontier which began by applauding Hutchins ' attack on " the aimlessness of our present educational scheme.
'" Orwell wrote later that he felt guilty about his role in the work of empire and he " began to look more closely at his own country and saw that England also had its oppressed ..." Orwell made changes to his appearance in Burma that remained for the rest of his life.
He also began an intense study of Elizabethan literature thinking there might be evidence that Francis Bacon wrote the plays attributed to Shakespeare ( see Shakespearean authorship question ); this ultimately resulted in two pamphlets, published in 1896 and 1897.
He appointed a commission that set aside 3, 000, 000 acres ( 12, 000 km² ) of national parks and 2, 300, 000 acres of national forests ; advocated tax reduction for low-income Americans ( not enacted ); closed certain tax loopholes for the wealthy ; doubled the number of veterans ' hospital facilities ; negotiated a treaty on St. Lawrence Seaway ( which failed in the U. S. Senate ); wrote a Children's Charter that advocated protection of every child regardless of race or gender ; created an antitrust division in the Justice Department ; required air mail carriers to adopt stricter safety measures and improve service ; proposed federal loans for urban slum clearances ( not enacted ); organized the Federal Bureau of Prisons ; reorganized the Bureau of Indian Affairs ; instituted prison reform ; proposed a federal Department of Education ( not enacted ); advocated $ 50-per-month pensions for Americans over 65 ( not enacted ); chaired White House conferences on child health, protection, homebuilding and home-ownership ; began construction of the Boulder Dam ( later renamed Hoover Dam ); and signed the Norris – La Guardia Act that limited judicial intervention in labor disputes.
Domenico Scarlatti ( 1685 – 1757 ) began his career in Italy but wrote most of his solo harpsichord works in Spain ; his most famous work is his series of 555 harpsichord sonatas.
After his studies, he wrote for a radical newspaper in Cologne, and began to work out his theory of dialectical materialism.
Historian Allan Nevins wrote that " two interconnected battles began to rage, one in Congress and one in the country at large: each fought with a pertinacity, bitterness, and rancor unknown even in Wilmot Proviso days.
It also appears in Lost Laysen, the novella Mitchell wrote as a teenager in 1916, and in Mitchell's last known novel, Gone with the Wind, which she began writing in 1926.
Despairing of the opportunity to remain directly involved in political matters, after a time Machiavelli began to participate in intellectual groups in Florence and wrote several plays that ( unlike his works on political theory ) were both popular and widely known in his lifetime.
Some Nichiren schools see the incident of the attempted beheading as marking a turning point in Nichiren's teaching, since Nichiren began inscribing the Gohonzon and wrote a number of major doctrinal treatises during his subsequent three-year exile on Sado Island in the Japan Sea.
Opium smoking began as a privilege of the elite and remained a great luxury into the early nineteenth century, but by 1861, Wang Tao wrote that opium was used even by rich peasants, and even a small village without a rice store would have a shop where opium was sold.
The council began when Emperor Constantine IV, wanting to heal the schism that separated the two sides, wrote to Pope Donus suggesting a conference on the matter, but Donus was dead by the time the letter arrived.
In response to a newspaper appeal, Brookes wrote to Coubertin in 1890, and the two began an exchange of letters on education and sport.
For example, economist Richard Koo wrote that Japan's " Great Recession " that began in 1990 was a " balance sheet recession.