These are things we take for granted.
This is a system that we take for granted.
People take for granted that a laser is a machine that puts out light, and that it's pinpoint. But in fact, some of the worst scarring that we see is in the areas of laser use for wrinkles and hair removal that have occurred in physician practices where they rent lasers.
What does it take for Americans to do great things; to go to the moon, to win wars, to dig canals linking oceans, to build railroads across a continent? In independent thought about this question, Neil Armstrong and I concluded that it takes a coincidence of four conditions, or in Neil's view, the simultaneous peaking of four of the many cycles of American life. First, a base of technology must exist from which to do the thing to be done. Second, a period of national uneasiness about America's place in the scheme of human activities must exist. Third, some catalytic event must occur that focuses the national attention upon the direction to proceed. Finally, an articulate and wise leader must sense these first three conditions and put forth with words and action the great thing to be accomplished. The motivation of young Americans to do what needs to be done flows from such a coincidence of conditions.... The Thomas Jeffersons, The Teddy Roosevelts, The John Kennedys appear. We must begin to create the tools of leadership which they, and thier young frontiersmen, will require to lead us onward and upward.
For of the soul the body form doth take, For soul is form, and doth the Body make.
In many parts of the country, water is a precious resource which we can no longer simply take for granted.
In May 2005, my life was altered drastically. We take for granted the simple words such as 'I love you,' but I appreciate them all.
Happiness is the shadow of things past, Wich fools still take for that which is to be!
In the spirit of friendship ... it would be extremely counterproductive to take for granted rumors without investigations.
To think creatively, we must be able to look afresh at what we normally take for granted.
I just want them to be safe, ... Sometimes we take for granted what our grandparents do for us. They've done a lot for me as far as keeping my head up and heading in the right direction.
There's a lot of things in life we take for granted. Kids in New York City never see stars because there's too much light in the city.
We already shut one bar down, and we're asking that the other bars take for granted that we are taking this stuff seriously. If you're going to sell to kids, we'll take your license as well.
We came out and to our credit we didn't take for granted that we beat them once fairly handily. We realized the score was zero-zero tonight and we wanted to come out to a good start, pressure them, make some good shots and get out to an early lead. We were able to do that.
You see the good things that you would take for granted about a place if you lived there. It's like when tourists come to London, they love it, where I just see traffic and drizzle.
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Most of them do not have access to outdoor activities, which you and I take for granted. In our first year, we took our 100 boys to visit the National Mall, and all of them said they had never been there before.
It's very hard to say how long it will take for the French to pay all the women equally. Now that we've crossed the intellectual hurdle, I hope the next steps go much faster.
It's the little things you take for granted that you really miss, like not knowing where your buildings are. We're adapting to it, but all the routines we've established as a team have been thrown off.
When we planned our experiment, we estimated how long it would take for the dust to fall back onto the comet, and multiplied that estimate by 4. We only had a limited time to observe because this was all happening at relative speeds of 22,000 miles per hour. To our surprise, the dust never cleared!
I describe the current farm bill as perhaps the most high-risk approach we could take for our nation's farmers and ranchers in the future, ... Some have expressed concern about giving up what is considered to be the current safety net. I ask you to contemplate the purpose of a safety net, and whether current farm programs truly fulfill that purpose for American agriculture.
People take for granted the skill involved in holding the football. Kyle's doing a great job, but it took us a series of weeks to develop that chemistry. We're still working on it. How many receivers drop the ball? Holders are never allowed to drop it.
Don't take for granted on that first look that there's not a bike there because there can be and basically we're telling them to look twice because no one wants to get hit. No one wants to get killed.
I don't know what its going to take for everyone to stand up and make a difference. I'd love to stand up and tell them enough is enough. but whatever alternative is there?