But, on the other hand, Guy Francon offered me a job with him some time ago.
On the other hand, an opening with Francon—Guy Francon himself offering it!
But then, on the other hand, I’m paying you by the hour, so it’s quite all right if you stretch your time a little, if you want to make more out of it.
On the other hand, I can give you many excellent ones for going.
"On the other hand, do you know Mr. Fleming?" he asked.
Then he said, Wait a minute, and he read it again, he looked up, very puzzled, but not angry at all, and he said, if you read it one way…but on the other hand…
On the other hand, dialectic materialism…
But on the other hand, I think it was damn selfish of the man.
On the other hand I heard that some screwy bunch of cafeteria radicals called ’The New League of Proletarian Art’ tried to enlist in support of Howard Roark—they said he was a victim of capitalism—when they should have known that Hopton Stoddard is their champion.
While, on the other hand, Miss Francon…" He winced.
"Lansing says…but on the other hand, Thorpe tells me…"Talbot’s putting up a swank hotel on Fifth up in the sixties—and he’s got Francon & Keating."
…and I wouldn’t know what to say against it, I don’t know where you’re wrong, but it doesn’t sound right to me, because Ellsworth Toohey—now don’t misunderstand me, I don’t agree with Toohey’s political views at all, I know he’s a radical, but on the other hand you’ve got to admit that he’s a great idealist with a heart as big as a house—well, Ellsworth Toohey said…" These were the millionaires, the bankers, the industrialists, the businessmen who could not understand why the world was…
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Change can be hard to deal with. On the other hand, it often brings opportunity.
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