They could bully.
I could hear the coyotes.
"You could have a rage issue.
I could rebound, I could pass, I could shoot.
For example, participation in screening could go up or down, and follow-up could change.
Students could be given the theme ‘identity’ and the class could discuss what this word means.
After watching this clip, the class could be split into two groups and a debate could be held.
“It can’t happen here” could not be depended on: Anything could happen anywhere, given the circumstances.
Labs could be set up in airports, so that arriving or departing passengers could be tested while they waited.
They could highlight possible hazards of what could burn or scald someone and how this could be avoided.
They could be awarded grants funded by the scheme or a healthier school environment could even be linked to Ofsted grading.
By talking to a diverse cross-section of Irish society, politicians could get further than they could have by just talking to each other.
He could spit on you, he could throw something at you, he could hurt another passenger,” said Alexander Kemp, a bus driver in Brooklyn.
Because of their father’s unpredictable schedule, there were certain events he could not attend that most fathers could, yet there were also moments he could take advantage of.
The inquiry will look into whether increased tunnel ventilation using fans could reduce airborne particulates, and whether barrier doors could could lower the level of pollutants, as was shown in two studies on the Barcelona metro.
Slaves had few legal rights: in court their testimony was inadmissible in any litigation involving whites; they could make no contract, nor could they own property; even if attacked, they could not strike a white person.
They could also discuss whether the restorative justice process could be translated within a school context; in particular, they could focus on the issue of peer bully courts as a means of dealing with minor bullying incidents.
We could give an argument for P2 if it could be shown that, from the above definition of determinism, we could conclude (i) that only random sequences could occur under indeterminism, and (ii) that random sequences could only occur under indeterminism.
"He wouldn't be kept safe in the night, there's a risk that he could fall down the stairs, the risk he could get into one of his brothers' bedrooms, he wouldn't sleep either, he could hurt himself, he could be sick he could choke - we wouldn't manage without the bed."
It could permanently station forces in the Baltic region with more hitting power; it could hold regular large-scale short-notice exercises; it could invest in strengthening its internal lines; individual member countries could do more to meet their spending obligations and use the money to restructure their ground forces for high-intensity conflict.
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It could permanently station forces in the Baltic region with more hitting power it could hold regular large-scale short-notice exercises it could invest in strengthening its internal lines individual member countries could do more to meet their spending obligations and use the money to restructure their ground forces for high-intensity conflict