And the question is ... is this abolition permanent?
She accepts anything that life throws at her. She's way stronger than people think she is. Is it painful for her? Yes, of course it is.
The question now is: Is he on the way up, or is he going to stay in the toilet?
The first priority of this office is, 'Is it a bill we can administer?
The question is, is this going to create something to herald a sea change in how these companies operate? If you were positive on the sector, you might say it could bring an end to deep cyclical peaks and troughs.
That depends on what your definition of "is" is.
The film, as crazy as it is, is a love letter to comedians and comedy and all the different ways they improv around something.
The reconstruction, massive as it is, is really the easy part. Rebuilding confidence, especially among the poor and vulnerable, is going to be extraordinarily difficult.
The problem is, is they're a little confused about what's going on, just as I am. But they're really confused, not being here and being on the pulse of what's going on. They're asking me what's happening and I'm telling them, from my standpoint, I'm moving forward.
The damage is done now. Homes are flooded. To me, the bigger question is: Is this going to happen again, or do we have a plan to keep it from happening in the event we have another major hurricane in two weeks? We're sitting here vulnerable, and the hurricane season isn't over.
What this truly is, is a publicity stunt meant to repair a faltering public image.
His biggest thing is, ... is that we can do something different. Teams are starting to understand we're not the same old Clippers.' .
What used to seem inappropriate has become commonplace. The question is: Is Discovery going to make clear about whether Disney funded the programs or provided any services? Essentially, if it's nothing more than an infomercial, will it be presented as such? Or will it be presented as an independent production that's separate from promoting a theme park?
This issue of money -- and that's what this [trial] is -- is not something I want to be a part of.
The big question is: Is it too little, too late? I think in great part, yes.
The problem isn't that the INC was dishonest, per se. What it is, is that they were willing to believe anything bad about Saddam Hussein that could help their cause of regime change.
If the question is, is there some conflict of interest between where or what my sources are and where my sources are and the job of governing, you'll know that from my financial disclosure forms, and that's entirely appropriate.
Well, senator, all this ad is is a quote from the front page of the New York Times where your wife thought it was important to come and identify certain things about public policy and principle.
So what this is is a 'road novel.' Eventually entire civilization (in the South) had been uprooted and people found security only in movement, ... That interested me enormously ... A friend from New Orleans, he said when he read the book, 'This is like Hurricane Katrina.'.
There is is no reason why someone should not be registered.
The fundamental question for us is -- is my party serious when it talks about being pro-life? ... We're finally getting down to the central issues of this campaign.
What's important is ... is that the one and three are irrelevant.
The way it is, is that the studio is such a sterile environment. When you play live, you can blow it out more than you can in the studio. It's just the energy of the audience. You get caught up.
A park is is a place where people come for positive experiences, and so accidents like this are horrible.
Since finding out what something is, is largely a matter of discovering what it is like, the most impressive contribution to the growth of intelligibility has been made by the application of suggestive metaphors.