Somehow, you still don’t get it.
Does Facebook somehow know this?
Somehow, I don’t see it for myself.”
It somehow always manages to come together!
And you'd somehow tell it you were in California and it would say, 'Oh, who are you?'"
What, you think because you're paying Apple that you're somehow in alignment with them?
Even those offering to house them but somehow do not - Lilly Allen and Yvette Cooper as prime examples.
“We should stop being fooled that somehow at the end of all the kowtowing there’s this great pot of gold waiting for us.
We were a one-night stand that somehow turned into a friendship, that somehow turned into a relationship.
But, somehow, you know, somehow when your mother gets depressed and goes away and drowns in a swimming pool—I mean, I had a lot more on my mind.”
"I think the Fed's goal is to somehow deflate this whole mess, and somehow bridge asset prices right across the valley of death to get to the other side."
Once he has shown that existence and nonexistence are each untenable, Gorampa refutes the third extreme view, that things can somehow simultaneously both exist and not exist.
But I think what we risk is having a sort of Scottish exceptionalism, which somehow says that hatred and negative views somehow exist elsewhere but not in Scotland.
Sevilla represent everything that is odious with modern football, diving around at every opportunity, lacking class and somehow (somehow) winning a game in which they were outclassed.
I think the somehow sad thing is that this semantic debate — which is OK between scientists and so on, but it’s slightly splitting hairs — this debate somehow obscured the message we wanted to send out.
“I hope all of us recognize that if we were still connected to some notion that, somehow, when it gets warm, it’s going to go away or, somehow, it’s going to take summer months or weekends off — this virus has done neither.”
I think there is somehow a middle ground between what is maybe more pure libertarianism and what is more traditional, conservatism, and I think somewhere in between, there is a role as long as that person can somehow bring about an expansion of the party.
But secondly, it kind of suggested to me that somehow these gamers had trained their intuition and their pattern-matching capabilities so that somehow they were able to do what brute-force computer systems couldn't at the time - and actually come up with the right shapes.
"Wearing the uniform doesn't protect Black people from racism," Brookshire said, explaining that "this idea that black folks are somehow cloaked or protected because they are in uniform, because they serve in the military, or that somehow their skin color is not an issue once they join this institution is a farce and a misreading of history."
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