• But for the majority of patients, having the information of the biomarker probably wouldn't make a difference."

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  • But for Milton's contemporaries in the seventeenth century, Milton's power really wasn't at all aesthetic or even religious in nature.


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  • But for me, I like to look at something and just say, "I like this. I don't really know why though."


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  • But for the family, Henrietta Lacks was a real person whose absence they continue to feel deeply.

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  • When you lead the meditation, I think kneeling is fine, but for me it's really painful, not everybody can do that.


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  • But for many of the world's poor, finding a good way to keep food cool is difficult.

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  • But for a long time I was chastened whenever I remembered that my mother had come close to killing me.


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  • They will vote in November for the most part. But for now, we don't see the kind of ant-incumbent wave that many have been discussing."

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  • But for all that, that doesn't mean that within the picture of the beach, I'm in the beach.


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  • But for five days, Lee kept part of his army moving between Chancellorsville and Fredericksburg.

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  • If you want it to take a so-called argument or a parameter, there's a subtle semantic distinction between arguments and parameter, but for all intents and purposes, they're the same thing.


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  • But for both sexes combined, the leading killer in this age group was traffic accidents.

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  • Now later, we may decide to abandon this model, but for the moment let's accept that.


    麻省理工公开课 - 计算机科学及编程导论课程节选

  • But for football glory, the World Cup must be a part of the journey.

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  • But for those of you that have been here for 30 seconds or longer see if you can get the right answer in here.


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  • But for now no one holds national attention the way the senator did.

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  • But for the van der Waal's gas, now it's going to be different.


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  • But for now -- in the late eighteen seventies -- times were good.

    VOA: special.2010.04.15

  • But for right now, all you need to know is that all of these generals, although they were Macedonians and spoke Macedonian and not themselves Greek, but they had, just like Alexander, they had adopted Greek language, Greek culture.


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  • He said the Union of states was permanent -- that the men who built the Union did not do so only for themselves, but for all future Americans.

    VOA: special.2009.03.19

  • This in itself was extraordinarily useful and constructive, not just for subsequent literary theory, I think, but for the way in which English teaching actually can help people think better.


    耶鲁公开课 - 文学理论导论课程节选

  • But for many,the festival will always be about listening to good music.

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  • And so there's a lot of interest, not just in developing vaccines for diseases that we don't have vaccines for, but for delivering vaccines that are more effective.


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  • But for now,most of the books are just words on a screen.

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  • We would like a model in which firms set prices because for the most part we think firms do set prices not quantities: Not always but for the most part.


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  • But for now,he says, doctors should depend on traditional risk factors.

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  • To me that seems an accurate description of the human condition that is meaningful, not only for the Greeks and their heirs in the West, but for all human beings.


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  • But for most automobile drivers, long-distance travel remained somewhat difficult.

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  • Now readers have always seemed to have agreed that Milton's Lycidas is an enormously admirable poem, but for a few hundred years now there has been a controversy over how admirable Milton's Lycidas is, specifically as an elegy.


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  • Happiness, whether we like it or not, whether it's consciously , subconsciously, whether it's explicit or implicit, for most people-- not all, but for most people, it is the highest end.


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