So, I can live either way with it.
Either way, the furniture gets rearranged.
Knowledge is either perceptual or nonperceptual.
“We can prioritise either ideological purity or inclusive victory.
Dominion either bribed officials or it did not (it did not)."
Hence the Contradictory to (2) is “Either (1) or (3) or (4) is true.”
The six officers are under investigation for failing to either challenge or report these matters.”
The important caveat is that it should be delayed if anyone in either household is showing symptoms.
While the credulous reasoner commits to both conclusions, the skeptical reasoner refrains from either.
It wasn't their fault either, and they're mostly American, so I can live either way with it," he added.
The possible propositions are those that are either necessary or contingent, and the non-necessary propositions are those that are either impossible or contingent.
A continuous concomitant of contact between two mutually incomprehensible languages and one that does not lead either to suppression or extension of either is translation.
You could spin either way, you could say either Sky’s not doing enough to convince customers it’s a one-stop shop for movies or say these are movie fans and they want access in all kinds of windows.”
Kilwardby considers three possible answers that he considers to be either (a) philosophically correct, (b) not to be approved either by philosophy or by the saints, or (c) in agreement with philosophy.
The president, for instance, has a 17 percent approval rating among self-identified Democrats who didn’t vote in either 2016 or 2018, compared with an 8 percent approval rating among Democrats who did vote in either of those years.
Carbon, either elemental or combined, is usually determined quantitatively by conversion to carbon dioxide gas, which can then be absorbed by other chemicals to give either a weighable product or a solution with acidic properties that can be titrated.
In experimental philosophy, propositions gathered from phenomena by induction should be taken to be either exactly or very nearly true notwithstanding any contrary hypotheses, until yet other phenomena make such propositions either more exact or liable to exceptions.
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More concretely, in the superposed state he would be in a superposition of reporting “I got a determinate result, either spin up or spin down” (relative to the first branch) and reporting “I got a determinate result, either spin up or spin down” (relative to the second branch), which sounds precisely like the absolute report “I got a determinate result, either spin up or spin down.”
jurisdiction of thine own will either to compass or avoid, if thou shalt propose unto thyself any of those things as either good, or evil; it must needs be that according as thou shalt either fall into that which thou dost think evil, or miss of that which thou dost think good, so wilt thou be ready both to complain of the Gods, and to hate those men, who either shall be so indeed, or shall by thee be suspected as the cause either of thy missing of the one, or falling into the other.
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jurisdiction of thine own will either to compass or avoid if thou shalt propose unto thyself any of those things as either good or evil it must needs be that according as thou shalt either fall into that which thou dost think evil or miss of that which thou dost think good so wilt thou be ready both to complain of the Gods and to hate those men who either shall be so indeed or shall by thee be suspected as the cause either of thy missing of the one or falling into the other