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“The historian Arrian says that once again a pothos or desire seized Alexander, so that he decided to lay out the pattern of the city himself.”
““It would be childish to discuss the pattern of a carpet when the house in which it was laid down was in flames,” warned de Freycinet.”
“After the election, Lake only had a pro forma conversation with Clinton about the job; he was basically expected to continue the pattern of the campaignkeeping Clinton informed but otherwise taking care of the problems that were out there.”
“Armstrong also flew dead-stick landings in the F-102 as well as the F-104: “These would vary the geometry of the pattern and the flight speeds and the energy management aspects of the trajectory to come up with a conclusion, what is the probable best technique?””
“There was something about the air on the second and third tees, something about the landscaping, the way the grass grew, the color of the tee markers, the pattern made by previous players divots, somethingbecause I almost never shanked a ball when I wasnt on the driving range, and Id had two or three absolutely hideous snap-slices on those tees.”
“As we stood there, her feet began to move in the pattern of a broken boxstep.”
“He left behind the satrap Abulites in his previous office, following the pattern he had established with Mazaeus at Babylon, but once again appointed loyal Macedonians to command the military.”
“As if to break the pattern of my getting lost en route to golf, getting to Golf Club Garlenda proved not difficult.”
“They did not, as has been asserted, owe their origin to a previously-outlined idea of a state after the pattern of Campanella's”
“Its greenish hue, adobe-like finish, and Vulcanesque architectural lines came as no surprise to her; such aspects only fit into the pattern she had seen throughout her life.”
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