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I am with you, of course, Tomas ''.
Of course, males play a role there, but believe me when I say you wouldn't enjoy yourself one bit on Eromonga.
Of course, I shall conduct Mahler and Bruckner works in the coming season, as usual.
What I am here to do is to report on the gyrations of the struggle -- a struggle that amounts to self-redefinition -- to see if we can predict its future course.
Whether you experienced the passion of desire I have, of course, no way of knowing, nor indeed have I wished with even the most fleeting fragment of a wish to know, for the fact that one constitutes by one's mere existence so to speak the proof of some sort of passion makes any speculation upon this part of one's parents' experience more immodest, more scandalizing, more deeply unwelcome than an obscenity from a stranger.
`` We were requested by the Secretary General, as I understand it, to discuss with you such matters as appear to us to be relevant, and we are not of course either a formal group or a committee in the sense of being guided by any rules or regulations of the Secretariat.
I am not aware of great attention by any of these authors or by the psychotherapeutic profession to the role of literary study in the development of conscience -- most of their attention is to a pre-literate period of life, or, for the theologians of course, to the influence of religion.
`` I should, of course '', he said, `` like any other man, be honored and gratified should the Democrats see fit to nominate me.
I must have written to say how much I had enjoyed his fine book The Building Of Eternal Rome, and I found he had not regretted giving me the highest mark in his old course on the later Latin poets, although in my final examination I had ignored the questions and filled the bluebook with a comparison of Propertius and Coleridge.
Harcourt replied: `` I do really hope you can achieve serenity in the course of time.
Of course I hope Hal can also, but those hopes are much more faint ''.
`` Of course I am '', he said.
`` I try to treat Daniel as if he were normal, though of course I realize he is far from that at present.
Of course, having this desire, I am very interested in education.
He knows me as your niece, which, of course, I am.
I'd have been more impressed if I hadn't remembered that she'd played Hedda Gabler in her highschool dramatics course.
Of course I had to give her Eileen's address, but she never came near us.
-- Why, course I can.
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 ''.

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Setting a course straight for the house, he was covering ground fast when an angry bee buzzed past close to his face.
There was, of course, no way for the other planes to get by them.
The Nazis knew this, of course, and while their chief quarry was the industrial centers, they let a few drop every time they went over, hoping for a lucky hit.
Of course it was water he really craved ; ;
The other, of course, was the Civil War, the conflict which a century ago insured national unity over fragmentation.
The biggest loss, of course, was the individual's lessened desire and ability to give his services to the growth of his company and our economy.
It was, of course, a little boy's fantasy of winning his mother to himself, and replacing the father who could not give her the things she wanted -- a classical oedipal fantasy if you like -- but if it were only this the story would be banal.
But what you could not know, of course, was how smoothly the Victorian Fitzgerald was to lead into an American Fitzgerald of my own vintage under whose banner we adolescents were to come, if not of age, then into a bright, taut semblance of it.
There was, of course, more to the portrait of a lady you carried in your mind's eye than the sine qua non of her virtue.
It was said that the Hetman plotted to take over the entire Hearst newspaper empire one day by means of various coups: the destruction of editors who tried to halt his course, the unfrocking of publishers whose mistakes of judgment might be magnified in secret reports to Mr. Hearst.
Thompson, of course, was persuaded not to take the `` terrible step '' ; ;
It was, of course, in this drawing of the balance sheet of judgment that he most clearly displayed his desire to do full justice to an author.
This of course was not true of the educated and sophisticated people we met, who loved their pets, but kindness is not a basic human instinct.
That was in the days before blood banks, of course, and transfusions had to be given directly from donor to patient.
He was shown a warm welcome regardless, and spent the time in Winchester recuperating from his ailment, enjoying his family and arranging his private affairs which were, of course, run down.
Of course it was not meant to be.
Of course the principal factor in the whole experience was the kind of education he received.
A professor at the University of Constantinople, where his first course of lectures was on Nietzsche and the `` philosophy of action '', Vincent Berger becomes head of the propaganda department of the German Embassy in Turkey.
As an Alsatian before the first World War he was of course of German nationality ; ;
And of course the Soviet threat was responsible for NATO, the grand alliance of the Atlantic nations.
He was, of course, in the House for a very long time.
The `` fruitful course '' of metropolitanization that you recommend is currently practiced by the town of East Greenwich and had its inception long before we learned what it was called.
Actually, of course, that label `` controversial '' applied only because he was carrying out the mandate given him by the world organization he headed rather than following the dictates of the Soviet Union.

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