• There was nothing I could do. When you have this kind of a problem, you can only take care of your body.

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  • For those of you who have had a course in probability and statistics, there will be nothing new here.


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  • so you have to make a garment out of nothing like paper bags or plastic bags.


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  • The two of you have nothing to fear.

    VOA: special.2010.07.31

  • You can imagine what you get: each hours worth of drama, if you like, may be great, but it may have absolutely nothing to do with the other twelve hours.


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  • "They have faced plenty of critics, some of whom argued that we should stay the course or do nothing at all,"

    VOA: standard.2009.08.25

  • He seems to have been doing nothing but reading, acquiring more knowledge and really essentially just learning for the sake of learning.


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  • This Israeli government is doing nothing. Look on the ground: we have recognized the State of Israel's right to live in peace and security, next to the state of Palestine.

    VOA: standard.2009.11.16

  • In that chapter, chapter 46, Hobbes writes: "There is nothing so absurd that the old philosophers have not some of them maintained.


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  • Verkhovsky says,despite the fact that most of his personal information was posted on the Web for all to see, police have done nothing to get the information removed or identify suspects.

    VOA: standard.2009.08.04

  • I have one of those food-chopper brains that nothing comes out of the way it went in.


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  • As Lewis Carroll's Alice might have phrased it, "You're nothing but a pack of neurons."


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  • It would drive us into such baroque circumlocutions and avoidances of the obvious to say, "Oh, social factors have nothing to do with this," that we might as well just sort of--not give the distinction up, because I think it's very important always to have it in the back of our minds.


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  • There's nothing unacceptable or inappropriate or misguided about not thinking about all sorts of facts that you might have learned at some point or the other.


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  • But if most people who are good borrowers, who know what they're doing, want these, they want a conventional thirty-year mortgage because it will fix a mortgage payment for the rest of the thirty years and you have nothing to worry about.


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  • You have nothing that identifies that there, you have no way of saying what this grouping actually means.


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  • But the problem of one's being called to be a great poet is that one may have an inkling or some sense of a promise of future greatness but nothing really to show for it yet.


    耶鲁公开课 - 弥尔顿课程节选

  • A writer like Mary Astell can employ Milton's revolutionary rhetoric to advance a cause to which John Milton himself would of course ; have had difficulty subscribing; a dead Milton could exercise a social power that had nothing whatsoever to do with the living Milton's own social views.


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  • If you pay me ten thousand dollars a month to work for you, I'll work for you and I'll think "I'm doing it for ten thousand dollars a month, that makes a lot of sense," but if I do it for nothing then I have to ask myself, "Why am I doing it?"


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  • If harmony really is invisible, and harmony really can be destroyed, that invisible things can be destroyed, even the soul is nothing like you know, that's not a good analogy for thinking of the physicalist position, have you? So what?


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