Standing before either the God of Sinai or the God of Golgotha I cannot help
but recognize and testify to God's power and God's love.
When O'Ryan writes to inform him of Soto's death (the narrator receives the letter while in the hospital being treated for a liver ailment), he cannot help
but be reminded of the story of Lorenzo, a Chilean boy who lost both arms after receiving an electric shock while climbing a high-tension pylon.
But we cannot help
feeling that Plaid councillors have been a little too quick to criticise plans to increase the Lord Mayor's allowance.
As you finish this story you cannot help
but compare your own ability to that of the horse, leaving you with a renewed appreciation for these amazing creatures
As US government domestic funding for HIV/AIDS dwindles in the face of a steady epidemic (with its highest rates now in minority and underserved populations), I cannot help
but wonder--is our society, in particular our political leadership, more at ease with denying basic care and support to people with HIV/AIDS who have less power and status than 10 or 20 years ago?
Although I have no sympathy for the culprits, I cannot help
but ponder on the argument of cost, and as to the smoker being public enemy No 1, surely if it is cost that determines the penalty then this title must go to to the chewer, as there is little doubt it costs a lot more money to clear up blobs of chewing gum than it does to sweep up a few fag ends.
We've shrunk to a diminutive 5 feet, 9 inches, a height most Dutchmen cannot help
but overlook in amusement.
And with all the change happening in our sector--not least at Sainsbury--I cannot help
feeling grocery may not have seen the last of the tycoon.
I suppose Americans United is correct in the legal sense, but I cannot help
but think a lot of the wearing of the headscarf by Muslim girls is rather like showing off or an in-your-face practice.
As Rietsch is discussing the status of the linguistic sign, one cannot help
but think of another humanist who integrated theological and scientific concerns into his writing: fellow doctor Francois Rabelais's project seems very similar throughout Gargantua and Pantagruel, culminating in the episode of the "thawed words" (Quart Livre 55-56), a Paracelsian notion par excellence.
However, this reviewer cannot help
but wonder how the Trinity or the church can or should be an adequate substitute for the gospel.
A university run like a business cannot help
short-changing the education of its students.
Victim Support gets all the funding but it cannot help
people like us.
One cannot help
thinking that these inward focused struggles deflected the profession from being an effective agent for social change and social justice.
Teaching someone to read is setting them free, since by reading they cannot help
but encounter ideas: Constitution Avenue, Embarcadero, Don't Drink the Water, Images in the Mirror May be Closer Than You Think.