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"But it is ofttimes old and tough, this meat, and, moreover, it has an unusual quantity of bones."
Ofttimes in my father's house have I heard you glory in that you alone of the immortals saved the son of Saturn from ruin, when the others, with Juno, Neptune, and Pallas Minerva would have put him in bonds.
Because of this new feeling within him, he ofttimes elected discomfort and pain for the sake of his god.
Yet, as being ofttimes noxious where they light On man, beast, plant, wasteful and turbulent, Like turbulencies in the affairs of men, Over whose heads they roar, and seem to point, They oft fore-signify and threaten ill.
I ofttimes think bitterly, even yet, of that first life I took, but of this I am as glad as though I had slain a wild boar that laid waste a fair country.
Ofttimes less-than-smooth feeding of the staggered rounds within the magazine occurred.
They simply project to their public, a conviction that is not only authoritative but intensely convincing and ofttimes, infectious!
This last takes place independent of, and ofttimes in direct opposition to the influence of the final elements.
"[T]he solution to our problem," King declared, "will not come through seeking to build a separate black nation within a nation, but by finding that creative minority of the concerned from the ofttimes apathetic majority, and together moving toward that colorless power that we all need for security and justice."
Given the nature of their purpose, true hunting camps are sparse in what they offer--they are geared around getting by with a minimum of hassle--though ofttimes they provide a surprising degree of snug serenity.
This every one present may witness, and there are ofttimes more than 10,000 persons thus present.
It was (in that ofttimes overused but in this instance justified word) "historic."
ofttimes more contentious issues in many mergers and acquisitions.
How could they miss it, given the political drama, racial strife and ofttimes hateful conduct that marked some of these final stands?
After all, here was a playmate not unlike the sergeants who ofttimes played with me because there were few boys on post my age and their own children were often miles away.