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The Vatican Conspiracy

By: Jonathan Cross

...out the words not knowing where they came from, certainly not his formidable, logical mind. Michael Brand left, leaving the room in a p... ...ion, if any governmental agency chooses to file charges, I'll accept whatever consequences that comes with it." Alex turned back to the full audience... ...onger. Tonight, he would not mince words. Oshiro would have to understand the consequences of his decision. The table was set as elegantly as a gar... ...k for you, if you wish, but they must 219 J.Cross/Artemis understand the consequences of disobedience to the Oyabun, and the refusal of this mi... ... Alex?" she said trembling with emotion. This wasn't the time for Alex to be logical. He just held her in his arms. Alex said quietly to Walter, "... ...bed an Iraqi power plant. 274 J.Cross/Artemis But Soule’ was, however, a logical man, and to some degree he understood why they had done so. Hi... ...inch the Israelis too hard, they will react. And you may not be ready for the consequences." Soule' nodded his agreement. "You will have your rev... ...t that the Colombians are not even trying to get drugs into the country. As a consequence, the Russian gangs are letting up on the Puerto Ricans and ...

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And Gulliver Returns Book VI : Our Psychological Motivations

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...can think our way into our behavior. I would certainly like to believe her, but the evidence points to the fact that we are psychological, not logica... ...ave probably heard, that‘s why we psychologists study our field—to throw suspicion off ourselves. ―We are afraid we won‘t be seen as logica... ...n imaging is giving us pictures of how the brain will react. Imaging often shows us that the brain will react in ways quite different from the logica... ...te different from the logical rules that we think of as our unique human ability. The limbic system in the brain often takes priority over the logica... ... 11 ―Most of don‘t want to believe it but we are psychological—not logica... ...action. So in setting both long and short term goals many of us would profit by looking at all of the options and thinking seriously about the conseq...

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Eve and David

By: Honoré de Balzac

...ed a mere trifle of her. He was very careful besides to say nothing of the consequences of that trifle. She was only to carry a letter and a message, ... ...; the second is the suicide of despair; and the third the suicide based on logical argument. Despair and deductive reasoning had brought Lucien to thi... ...e protest, “but we do not wish to be obliged to pay cash for everything in consequence of slanders that shake our credit; THAT would bring us to a sta...

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An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations

By: Adam Smith

... particular orders of men, with- out any regard to, or foresight of, their consequences upon the gen- eral welfare of the society; yet they have given... ...ight hundredth, part of what they are at present capable of performing, in consequence of a proper division and combination of their different operati... ...rent trades and employments from one another, seems to have taken place in consequence of this advan- tage. This separation, too, is generally carried... ...bject, than when it is dissipated among a great variety of things. But, in consequence of the division of labour, the whole of every man’s attention c... ...he great multiplication of the productions of all the differ- ent arts, in consequence of the division of labour, which occa- sions, in a well-governe... ...Adam Smith cious writer, Mr Anderson, author of the Historical and Chrono- logical Deduction of Commerce, very justly observes, that upon examining th...

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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln in Seven Volumes Volume 2 of 7

By: Abraham Lincoln

...t the case, or to be re- tained by you if no one does. There is nothing of consequence new here. Congress is to organize to-morrow. Last night we held... ...postmasters instead of being limited to those of specific offices. (3) The consequence of this extension of authority was that, in innumerable instanc... ...d. It was true the question ap- peared in a different aspect to persons in consequence of a difference in the point from which they looked at it. It d... ...ructing roads, and the reserved sections were to be en- hanced in value in consequence. When that bill came here for the action of this House—it had b... ...ion so much as relates to the present embarrassed state of the treasury in consequence of the Mexican War. Those general positions are: that internal ... ...ot object to your tak- ing your slave. Now, I admit that this is perfectly logical if there is no difference between hogs and negroes. But while you t...

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The Aspern Papers

By: Henry James

...a couple of rooms. I expressed this idea to Mrs. Prest, who gave me a very logical reply. “If she didn’t live in a big house how could it be a ques- t... ...ow what to do, as I say, but at a venture I made a wild, vague movement in consequence of which I found myself at the door. I remember standing there ... ...o Mrs. Prest that I would make love to her; but it had been a joke without consequences and I had never said it to Tita Bordereau. I had been as kind ...

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The Last Chronicle of Barset

By: Anthony Trollope

...ent, and that he had quarrelled, or attempted to quarrel, with the dean in consequence—had so attempted, although the money had in part passed through... ...ings not appertaining to his daily life, and its difficulties. He could be logical with a vengeance—so logical as to cause infinite trouble to his wif... ... cause infinite trouble to his wife, who, with all her good sense, was not logical. And he had Greek at his fingers’ ends—as his daughter very well kn... ...ill in ascertaining the real truth as to the alleged theft. But he was not logical, and thus, meaning to be generous, he became unjust. He found that ... ...rceived at once that the bishop was about to interfere with her husband in consequence of that which the magistrates had done yesterday. ‘Mamma, he do... ...d her. Her husband had been a physician in Paris, and had been knighted in consequence of some benefit supposed to have been done to some French scion... ... that he might possibly be a friend of Crosbie’s, and became melancholy in consequence. Crosbie might have thought it expedient to send an ambassador ... ...daughter, her Lily, had come across a man who was a scoundrel, and, as the consequence of that meeting, all her life was marred! Could any credit be g...

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The Golden Bowl

By: Henry James

...ny and in the interest of his own larger absorption of my sense? The prime consequence on one’s own part of re perusal is a sense for ever so many mor... ... Chapter 1 11 antidote to superstition, which was in its turn too much the consequence, or at least the exhalation, of archives. He thought of these t... ...t, so any idea she might have would contribute to that effect. He had as a consequence—in all consistency—to take it for amusing that she reaffirmed, a... ...m: her situation indeed in connexion with that order of traffic was full of consequences produced by her father’s. Mr. Verver, one of the great collect... ...ter had at the most always been small, that was doubtless in some degree a consequence of the fewness of the former. His greatest inconvenience, he wo... ...ashion, the very basis of her enjoyment of his hospitality—without seeing, logically, a responsibility attached. And this was to remain none the less ... ... that she really believes.” With which Charlotte became still more lucidly logical. “The reality of his belief will depend in such a case on the reali... ...ied to him before— if only because it had never come up for her, properly, logically, morally, that she must. As soon as she had put to him the questi... ...kept her up, made her rise higher: just as it was the sense of action that logically involved some platform—action quite positively for the first time ...

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Best of Four

By: David Retz

... because of this. They don’t care what they do, nor do they care about the consequences. I believe that because my mom was there, she taught me the th... ...as and statistics have come from is an act of plagiarism. Serious academic consequences can result from such behavior, and it is a federal crime to co... ...rents that the police cited me for underage drinking. I never knew all the consequences of drinking and I chose the wrong way to find them out. I’m no... ... I’m not sure I could have handled. The campus was notified, adding to the consequences I had to accept. Even though we were caught off campus, the ca... ...Segments, whether sec- tions or paragraphs, are fully developed and follow logically from what precedes them. Headings and subheadings are appropri- a... ... has an effective introduction and conclusion. The order of information is logical, and the reader can follow it because of well-chosen transitions. P... ... can follow it because of well-chosen transitions. Paragraph divisions are logical, and the paragraphs use enough specific detail to make their point ...

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The 9/11 Commission Report Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States

By: Thomas H. Kean

...ial security measures. Under security rules in place at the time, the only consequence of Atta’s selection by CAPPS was that his checked bags were hel... ...d because the agent found both of the passengers to be suspicious.The only consequence of their selection was that their checked bags were held off th... ...ac- curate accounts created the impression that the Langley scramble was a logical response to an actual hijacked aircraft. In fact, not only was the ... ...related to the W orld Trade Center bombing and other plots. An unfortunate consequence of this superb investigative and prosecutorial effort was that ... ...cedures was ignored routinely. 37 We will describe some of the unfortunate consequences of these accumulated institutional beliefs and prac- tices in ... ...lly ended in negotiations, an ambassador or other embassy official was the logical person to represent U.S. interests. Keeping U.S. diplomatic efforts... ...hile targets, such as other al Qaeda leaders or stocks of chemical or bio- logical weapons. 117 Clarke was not alone in his enthusiasm. He had backing... ...hdhar several years later. 13 The circumstantial evidence makes Thumairy a logical person to consider as a possible contact for Hazmi and Mihdhar.Y et... ...82 Mullah Omar is reported to have opposed this course of action for ideo- logical reasons rather than out of fear of U.S. retaliation. He is said to ...

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