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|War 1932 War contains so much folly, as well as wickedness, that much is to be |
hoped from the progress of reason; and if ... 1. 1938 I seriously doubt if we will
ever have another War. This is probably the very last one. President RICHARD M
|This war is ending. In fact, I seriously doubt if we will ever have another war. This |
is probably the very last one. " And toward the close of the interview, he returned
to the theme, saying: "I can assure you that my words are those of a devoted ...
|Plutarch Give us the child for 8 years and it will be a Bolshevik forever. - Lenin, |
Vladimir Ilyich I seriously doubt if we will ever have another war. This is probably
the very last one. - Nixon, Richard M. A riot is a spontaneous outburst. A war is ...
|The Most Hilarious Quips and One-Liners from Allgreatquotes. Com. But that was |
war. ... If people were forced to eat what they killed, there would be no more wars.
——Abbie—Hoffman ... to private industry. ——Joseph—Heller,—Catch-22 I
seriously doubt if we will ever have another war. This is probably the very last
|And what we were elected to do, we are going to do, and let others wallow in |
Watergate, we are going to do our job. - Nixon, Richard M. I seriously doubt if we
will ever have another war. This is probably the very last one. - Nixon, Richard M.
|If we were able to get together with scientists whose views were not influenced by |
some official action or prejudice we should ... with German scientists of whose
personal integrity we had the greatest doubt. ... who hold subversive views of one
kind and another, and this, fortunately, is not taken very seriously in this country.
... what we should have thought if one of his scientific descendants had visited
Germany in the early days of the last war and had been feted in Hitler's Berlin!
|For every intellectual misfit who thought they were the only ones to think the things that Lawson dares to say out loud, this is a poignant and hysterical look at the dark, disturbing, yet wonderful moments of our lives.|
|President Nixon, in an interview by C. L. Sulzberger (New York Times, March 10, |
1971) said: "I seriously doubt if we will ever have another war. This is probably
the very last one." Probably nobody is so naive as to assume that such talk ...
|If I kept them in my head long enough they might really turn into something. |
Although there've been some good people writing as journalists—Dickens,
Dostoevski . . . and of course Mailer is a contemporary journalist. ... Probably one
of the best novels in the last decade. ... We neede another song for this album. ... I
doubt if anybody'll ever heat It. You were quoted ... Rock 8: roll probably could be
explained by . . . it was after the Korean War was ended . . . and there was a
psychic purge ...
|According to the letter of Goliath's challenge, they should have surrendered and |
become slaves ('we will serve you'). ... He apparently had no reputation as a
fighting man (he was probably too young to be in the Israelite army). ... And so it
seems very likely that the Israelite-Philistine war would have moved into a bloody
phase no matter who won the single combat. ... the Philistines (if they ever
seriously consider surrendering) have to ask themselves this question: 'If we are
willing to ...