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  • Politicians should take heed: In the United States, a 2006 poll found that 60 percent of respondents said that "improving the treatment of women in other countries" was "very important" for American foreign policy (another 30 percent said it was "somewhat important").†   (source)
  • Race was never mentioned, but of the black respondents almost 80 percent were suspicious of sexual activity.†   (source)
  • In the experiments, when a computer asked people what they thought about it, the respondents thought that computer was nicer than one that didn't ask.†   (source)
  • Is the respondent Andrew Johnson guilty or not guilty of a high misdemeanor as charged in this Article?†   (source)
  • For one thing, as my student respondents note, Laura has seen how the other half lives—and dies.†   (source)
  • Now all the student respondents worked with it, too, chiefly with its last word.†   (source)
  • Baldi still moves his lips and eyes as before, but respondents view him with feelings of suspicion.†   (source)
  • The question disappeared, replaced by the words Demoxie result: 75% of respondents want more veggie options.†   (source)
  • Dresner would read respondents proposed PR blurbs and slogans about the movie to find out which ones worked the best.†   (source)
  • Respondents trust both mismatches less than the voice/face combinations when both are real or both are synthetic.†   (source)
  • Mr W. W.'s worst enemies, as Mr Embezzler, Mr Never-go-to-Church-on-Sunday, Mr Bad Form, Mr Murderer, Mr Burglar, Mr Co-respondent, Mr Blackmailer, Mr Cad, Mr Drunkard, Mr Labor Agitator and so forth, can read the Pilgrim's Progress without finding a word said against them; whereas the respectable people who snub them and put them in prison, such as Mr W.W. himself and his young friend Civility; Formalist and Hypocrisy; Wildhead, Inconsiderate, and Pragmatick (who were clearly young…†   (source)
  • "Any news?" said the respondent, taking out a strip of tobacco and a large hunting-knife from his pocket.†   (source)
  • Still, with an unshaken confidence that the English tongue was somehow the mother tongue of the whole world, only the people were too stupid to know it, Mr Meagles harangued innkeepers in the most voluble manner, entered into loud explanations of the most complicated sort, and utterly renounced replies in the native language of the respondents, on the ground that they were 'all bosh.'†   (source)
  • To crush to pieces the innocent respondent—that is the tyrant-fashion of relieving one's self in embarrassments.†   (source)
  • …and out, hammers going in ship-builders' yards, saws going at timber, clashing engines going at things unknown, pumps going in leaky ships, capstans going, ships going out to sea, and unintelligible sea-creatures roaring curses over the bulwarks at respondent lightermen, in and out,—out at last upon the clearer river, where the ships' boys might take their fenders in, no longer fishing in troubled waters with them over the side, and where the festooned sails might fly out to the wind.†   (source)
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