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If some of my pupils chose to walk and take me with them, it was well for me; for otherwise my position in the carriage was to be crushed into the corner farthest from the open window, and with my back to the horses: a position which invariably made me sick; and if I were not actually obliged to leave the church in the middle of the service, my devotions were disturbed with a feeling of languor and sickliness, and the tormenting fear of its becoming worse: and a depressing headache was generally my companion throughout the day, which would otherwise have been one of welcome rest, and holy, calm enjoyment.
These must be got out first; otherwise he will never go back to mankind, and the Snow Queen will retain her power over him.
It seemed, therefore, not unlikely that such a person should succeed with a lady of so saint-like a disposition, and whose inclinations were no otherwise engaged than to the marriage state in general; but why the doctor, who certainly had no great friendship for his brother, should for his sake think of making so ill a return to the hospitality of Allworthy, is a matter not so easy to be accounted for.
Ten times must thou laugh during the day, and be cheerful; otherwise thy stomach, the father of affliction, will disturb thee in the night.
The truth is the truth; and neither childish absurdities, nor unscrupulous contradictions, can make it otherwise.
These steps are interrelated and tend to collapse as the courts apply the otherwise qualified standard.
Lucky owns all the stock of Zeno, a corporation otherwise eligible for QSub status.
This Statement requires employers to disclose a description of the termination benefit arrangement, the cost of the termination benefits (required in the period in which the employer becomes obligated if that information is not otherwise identifiable from information displayed on the face of the financial statements), and significant methods and assumptions used to determine termination benefit liabilities.
Forget the dangerous precedent of enshrining a person who's only purported talent is sticking a microphone into an athlete's face and pretending to extract pertinent pieces of information for viewers otherwise heading to the restroom.
Although the festival season was revving up, the dozens of theater, dance, music, and street festivals that otherwise dot the French summer horizon disappeared as performers and technicians launched a nationwide strike in a widely supported reaction to the budget cuts.
Such presences on the margins make us see important things which we are otherwise blind to, hear things which we have unfortunately become deaf to.