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each day the hurt was a little duller, a little less poignant.
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He stopped every few minutes and leaned on his shovel as he studied the horizon, but nothing happened, each day dragging out with monotonous calm.
Nostalgic Yankee readers of Erskine Caldwell are today informed by proud Georgians that Tobacco Road is buried beneath a four-lane super highway, over which travel each day suburbanite businessmen more concerned with the Dow-Jones average than with the cotton crop.
In fact the accumulation of the hardware of destruction is day by day increasing our fear of each other.
water boiling on the fire for washing laundry every day, the pots scoured with river sand after each meal.
Middletown bases its claim on the general provision of the law that `` all rateable property, both tangible and intangible, shall be taxed to the owner thereof in the town in which such owner shall have had his actual place of abode for the larger portion of the twelve ( 12 ) months next preceding the first day of April in each year ''.
Though the number of people flowing in and out of our metropolitan areas each day has increased tremendously since World War 2,, total annual rail commutation dropped 124 million for 1947 to 1957.
I lived in this onward-driving contest where each day overcame a new difficulty, gained a new truth, or banished a previous error ''.
The difficulty was that each day seemed to produce its quota of details which must be cleaned up immediately.
For example, one hebephrenic man used to annoy me, month after month, by saying, whenever I got up to leave and made my fairly steoreotyped comment that I would be seeing him on the following day, or whenever, `` You're welcome '', in a notably condescending fashion -- as though it were his due for me to thank him for the privilege of spending the hour with him, and he were thus pointing up my failure to utter a humbly grateful, `` thank you '' to him at the end of each session.
The details of the setting of `` Neutral Tones '' are not, strictly speaking, metaphorical, but they combine to create a mood which is appropriate both to a dismal winter day and to the end of love, and in this way love and weather, the emotions and the elements, symbolize each other in a way that is common to many of Hardy's best poems ( `` Weathers '', `` The Darkling Thrush '', and `` During Wind and Rain '', for example ) and to some moving passages in the novels as well ( Far From The Madding Crowd is full of scenes constructed in this way ).
So in closing, fellow retired members, I advise you to make the most of each day, enjoy each one to the n'th degree.
Into its chanceries each day pour reports from ministries around the earth and an endless stream of home-office instructions on how to handle Uncle Sam in an infinite variety of contingencies.
Full payment of hospital bills for stays up to 90 days for each illness, except that the patient would pay $10 a day of the cost for the first nine days.
At the peak of its efficiency in the early 16th century, the Venetian Arsenal employed some 16, 000 people who apparently were able to produce nearly one ship each day, and could fit out, arm, and provision a newly-built galley with standardized parts on an assembly-line basis not seen again until the Industrial Revolution.
each and hurt
As movies have overdone their explorations of the representation of violence, the intimate space of a theatre where actors hurt themselves and each other, at times with extra help from the theatrical illusion, might become again the most genuine stage of fears.
" Hobbes posits a primitive, unconnected state of nature in which men, having a " natural proclivity ... to hurt each other " also have " a Right to every thing, even to one anothers body "; and " nothing can be Unjust " in this " warre of every man against every man " in which human life is " solitary, poore, nasty, brutish, and short.
She realizes the consequences of the mean things she wrote, and though she is hurt and lonely, she still thinks up special punishments for each member of the club.
The two combatants may use whatever methods they like provided they do not hurt each other and obey the rules of Judo concerning etiquette, which are essential to its proper working.
At the Columbus, Ohio stop of Gigantour 2006, Lamb of God lead singer Randy Blythe chastised the crowd for moshing after someone was hurt in the mosh pit, commenting that: " The world looks at a show like this and thinks we are just a bunch of violent motherfuckers who try to hurt each other.
This significantly hurt the studios, which were each responsible for their own cash flow and profitability.
" In every Back to the Future film, he always ended up in a pile of manure — in each instance, Wilson's Tannen characters were always trying to kill or hurt Michael J.
Some special behavioral features of the camel include snapping each other without biting, showing displeasure by stamping its feet and running and occasionally vomiting cud when hurt or excited.
Although you can't hurt a person's astral form, if two or more users are both astral then they can do damage to each other ( As seen when Chow fought Jackie ) and the user's body is susceptible to all damage when the astral user returns to the body ( i. e. Hak Foo during his fight with Tohru ).
Many leagues allow teams to trade with each other during the season, as well as to replace players who get hurt or stop performing well with players from the pool of those who are not presently owned.
In retaliation, the European Union threatened to counter with tariffs of its own on products ranging from Florida oranges to cars produced in Michigan, with each tariff calculated to likewise hurt the President in a key marginal state.
There are two different co-op modes: in mode A, the player's attacks will not hurt each other ; in mode B, they will.
Badge engineering can also hurt overall sales by resulting in " cannibalism " between two or more brands owned by the same company, by failing to develop a distinct image for each brand, or by allowing the failure of one version of a model to carry over to its rebadged " siblings.
" When the ground was harrowed, glass and other debris would surface ; a contemporary observer, John Orchard, later remembered: " they'd line up a whole group of people, perhaps thirty or forty players, and we'd go along with a container alongside each other and we'd pick up everything that was likely to hurt a player.
Hunt indicates that within her novel, all the characters are victims who are also guilty, a reflection of real life where " e get hurt, but we're also hurting each other all the time.
" People have been hurt ," stated Clark which he attributes to the freedom of the leadership of each base combined with the actions of a few " bad apples " who haven't adhered to core principles.
The game devised by Paul and Elisabeth often involves the siblings trying to hurt each other's feelings, where the winner is the one that leaves the contest with the last word, a sense of superiority and ideally having caused a display of angry frustration from the other.
Two different 2-player modes are featured in the game, the first mode allows both players to hurt each other with their attacks, while the other mode disables this feature.
* The hell knight and baron of hell can hurt each other with their projectiles, and infight as a result, contrarily to the PC version where there is a hardcoded exception for them.