No doubt there are questions or principles involved which can not be ignored and underestimated.
Law offers us our best hope of overcoming the differences that prevail the world.
But Miggle's laugh , which was very infectious , broke the silence.
The deterioration of the international situation , which I noted in the introduction to the annual report last year , has continued.
He will show her the place where they could make her look a proper dame----for next to nothing .
I told the news to Robert, who told it to his friend Larry and soon the news spread all over the campus.
They are striving for the ideal which is close to the heart of every Chinese and for which in the past ,many Chinese have laid down their lives.
He had talked to Vice-President Nixon, who assured him that everything that could be done would be done.
The strike would prevent the docking of ocean steamships , which require assistance of tugboats.
Chinese trade delegations have been sent to African countries , who will negotiate trade agreement with the respective government.
My uncle , who will be seventy tomorrow , is still a keen sportsman .
So, let us , in these next five days , start a long march together , not in lockstep, but on different roads leading to the same goal , the goal of building a world structure of peace and justice in which all may stand together with equal dignity and in which each nation ,large or small , has a right to determine its own form of government , free from outside interference or domination.
THE IMPORTANCE OF SCIENTIFIC EXPERIMENTS
The rise of modern science may perhaps be considered to date as far back as the time of Roger Bacon , the wonderful monk and philosopher of Oxford , who lived between the years 1214 and 1292. He was probably the first in the middle ages to assert that we must learn science by observing and experimenting on the things around us ,and he himself made many remarkable discoveries. Galileo, however , who lived more than 300 years later(1564 to 1642), was the greatest of several great men , who in Italy, France , Germany , or England , began by degrees to show how many important truths could be discovered by well-directed observation. Before the time of Galileo, learned men believed that large bodies fall more rapidly towards the earth than small ones , because Aristotle said so . But Galileo, going to the top of the leaning Tower of Pisa, let fall two unequal stones , and proved to some friends , whom he had brought there to see his experiment, that Aristotle was in error. It is Galileo's spirit of going direct to Nature, and verifying our opinions and theories by experiment , that has led to all the great discoveries of modern science.