I tended to place my wife under a pedestal.
I wasn't very happy with the existing literature. They tended to look at the Earth as a cube. When people read books on the war, it's always like looking through a pipe at one theater or battle. They fail to engage the interrelationship between events.
One thing that tended to surprise a lot of people this year is that the market was going up on the back of very little net foreign inflow.
Historically, the market has tended to exaggerate the impact of hurricanes.
I've tended to hang in there with the guy because he doesn't have a big support system and I think support systems are very big in life.
He tended to work for people who couldn't afford a lawyer otherwise. That's why I respected him. He was willing to stand up for the people who needed it.
[But despite its strength, GE has tended to be quiet about its privacy efforts, treating it more like compliance. For that reason, the hiring of Kelly may be an indication that GE wants to turn its stellar privacy record into more of a competitive differentiator.] Maybe GE has reached a realization that they could be more externally focused, ... Nuala has done a really good job of fighting lots of fires and tackling lots of issues. She's been very transparent.
Inhuman and barbaric acts were carried out by both sides, even if each side tended for too long to deny its own.
We have tended to dominate the last session of the first day of both previous Test matches and it's important that we follow this up now with a good first session tomorrow.
When you've got a program that hasn't been tended to for 40 years - and that's not to disrespect any coaches or players or administrators - but a program that hasn't been tended to by the administration - then you've got a lot of ground to make up.
Part of the strength of science is that it has tended to attract individuals who love knowledge and the creation of it.
Your eyes were dim with distant dreams, you tended, no more with care the holy fief and knew, in every space the breath of living ended -Now lift your head for joy has come to you.
The order is exactly what we wanted and we will comply with it 110 percent. This litigation has tended to divide the congregation. I believe this order will restore the members' faith in the leadership.
I think we tended to slow down whenever we scored. That's something we learned from this tournament and something we'll have to work on before (the Commonwealth Games in) Melbourne.
The industrial revolution has tended to produce everywhere great urban masses that seem to be increasingly careless of ethical standards.
But we had a pretty diversified portfolio of businesses around the world and things tended to offset each other. But one or two years ago, we had a lot of things happening at the same time.
The whole action of the laws tended to increase the number of consumers of food and to diminish the number of producers, was due the invention of the Malthusian theory of population.
A lot of people that embark on spiritual endeavors tended to, especially in the '60s and '70s, they tended to give up what they had before and cut themselves off from their lives, previous life as it were. But, I don't think that one should do that.
Even though I pretty much made my own decisions early on, when I was younger I tended to overbook my life.
Epidemics historically have tended to kill the very young and the very old, but AIDS is different: Those ages 20 to 40 are most affected, which means that so far over 12 million African children have been orphaned because of AIDS.
The possession of arbitrary power has always, the world over, tended irresistibly to destroy humane sensibility, magnanimity, and truth.
I have always thought that the rapid economic development of South Africa would in the long run prove to be incompatible with the government's racial policies, and recent events have tended to confirm my opinion.
Well tended garden is better than a neglected wood lot.
I have always tended toward a lush prose style, but I take care to modulate it from story to story and to strip it down entirely when necessary.
In silent movies, they tended to put the camera down, and everybody walked in front of it and acted, and then they all walked off. Cutting was quite infrequent.