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“I would listen to cool music, would wear cool clothes, would say cool things, and people would look at me and say, “Wow, that Tod Goldberg is cool.””
“The books were condemned by the University of Paris, an act which was made the subject of debate in the French Parliament, until Francis I interposed by appointing a committee to listen to a disputation between Ramus and his principal opponent, Anthony of”
“Israel was to listen to the true Prophets, and not to heed the false but rather to extirpate them, even had they the appearance of miracle-workers.”
“We hope they still listen to what we're saying and not go out and try to drive through this area, because it is going to be congested if people do that, said Mike Miles, a district director of the California Department of Transportation, known as Caltrans.”
“If you have trouble with the idea of intimate prayer, listen to how psychologist Lloyd Thomas describes intimacy:”
“Starting at $499, the iPad lets users browse the web, read and send e-mail, view and share photos, watch videos, listen to music, play games, read e-books, and complete other tasks on a half-inch-thick touchscreen device that looks like an oversized iPhone.”
“For an hour and a half I listen to Irina Petrovna, to her melodious English voice that sounds so much more thrilling than the familiar Russian cadence.”
“He would listen to our discussions, and if there was any controversy, he and Aldrin would try out our ideas in the simulators and then give feedback through Charlie Duke to the controllers.”
“One girl, 14-year-old Casity Dixon, says the three had to listen to police and shut down.”
“Pentameter, so called, if you listen to it with an open ear, is a slow kind of gently swaying three-beat minuetto.”
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