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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.
But it is ofttimes old and tough, this meat, and, moreover, it has an unusual quantity of bones.
Thereupon it rejoiceth, and thinketh how it may ofttimes rejoice--and for that very purpose it IS MEANT to think.
How could they miss it, given the political drama, racial strife and ofttimes hateful conduct that marked some of these final stands?
A man who may have seen 500 cases of pneumonia may not have the understanding of the disease which comes with an intelligent study of a score of cases, so different are knowledge and wisdom, which, as the poet truly says, "far from being one, have ofttimes no connexion" (58).
Men and women who do not quite fit the socially approved pattern for gender encounter restrictions and sanctions in sometimes humorous, ofttimes painful ways, and these lessons teach them what behaviors are acceptable and which to avoid.
We ofttimes find that while some banks did make mistakes, if you follow the mortgages issues back, you find that those were unregulated mortgage brokers that helped perpetuate this.
That this riddle may have been told ofttimes to a highly-absorbent crew around a roaring fire surely added to its perplexity.
Screenwriter, artist, and corporate America survivor Gary Clemenceau presents Banker's Holiday: A Novel of Fiscal Irregularity, an novel of intrigue that peers deep into the dry, ofttimes bleak world of workaholic financier C.
Nations may ofttimes not agree on standards, architectures or even agendas, but industry from 18 nations has pulled together to build the framework of an open standard community within the network-centric operating environment.
At the east end lyeth a stone called the holy stone, said to be the same whereon the Bishop (Paulinus) kneeled at his baptising of the heathen English, and was formerly held in great veneration by the gentry of the Roman Catholick religion who ofttimes come here on pilgrimage".
The best laid plans of mice and federal prosecutors ofttimes go astray" sums up the inadvertent benefits stemming from recent outlandish comments by a federal prosecutor at a grand jury targeting Jeff Hogg.
One moment, the seconds were ticking down to penalty kicks -- the Germans always win when penalty kicks decide -- and the next Italy was heading to its sixth World Cup final, a 2-0 victor in a breakneck overtime period that capped a tense, ofttimes terrific affair in front of 65,000 at muggy Westfalenstadion.
A is for ax as you very well know; B for the boys who can swing them also; C is for chopping so early begun; D is the danger we ofttimes must run.
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