In literature:
I'm still ready to act when you say so, and mostly without question.
"The Heart of Unaga" by Ridgwell Cullum
Everywhere I go, they say so significantly: 'We hear you had a very gay time the other night!
"The Governess" by Julie M. Lippmann
Gail would say so too, if she was here.
"At the Little Brown House" by Ruth Alberta Brown
You have no reason to say so, and it is a terrible thing to say.
"A True Friend" by Adeline Sergeant
She didn't say so, but she wouldn't let me read my mythology in the house at least, aloud.
"The Heart of Arethusa" by Francis Barton Fox
You must not be surprised at my saying so, though it sounds uncivil.
"Miss Mackenzie" by Anthony Trollope
Father Laxabon says so.
"The Hour and the Man" by Harriet Martineau
Who would have believed, an hour ago, that I should now say so?
"Deerbrook" by Harriet Martineau
If we intend to say we will do nothing, let us say so plainly, and not by indirection.
"A Report of the Debates and Proceedings in the Secret Sessions of the Conference Convention" by Lucius Eugene Chittenden
We begin with the end, if I may say so, and the highest truth is the first truth that we learn.
"Expositions of Holy Scripture" by Alexander Maclaren
I have practically brought up William's children; the result is astonishing, everybody says so.
"Margaret Montfort" by Laura E. Richards
In our dilemma, we made up our minds to stay, so we could say the sentinel was unnecessary.
"A Confederate Girl's Diary" by Sarah Margan Dawson
Now Jeb had said all that he had to say, so he waited patiently for John to get over his spasm of laughter.
"Polly and Eleanor" by Lillian Elizabeth Roy
Although she did not say so in so many words, he felt that she despised him, and again his anger was aroused.
"The Day of Judgment" by Joseph Hocking
It says so in the Bible.
"New Treasure Seekers" by E. (Edith) Nesbit
I wrote to say so, and added that I would resume my application next season.
"The Life of Charles Dickens, Vol. I-III, Complete" by John Forster
Aunt Sophy says so, and she knows.
"Girls of the Forest" by L. T. Meade
When it's everlastingly, if I may say so, on the carpet?
"The Creators" by May Sinclair
If you say so I will go.
"The Cryptogram" by James De Mille
So there, that's my say-so, an' you're welcome to it.
"The Brass Bound Box" by Evelyn Raymond
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In poetry:
So, when our life is clouded o’er,
And storm winds drift us from the shore,
Say, lest we sink to rise no more,
“Peace, be still.”
"Fierce raged the tempest o’er the deep" by Godfrey Thring
Father heard his Children scream,
So he threw them in the stream,
Saying, as he drowned the third,
"Children should be seen, not heard!"
"The Stern Parent" by Harry Graham
And when the child in shocked dismay
Fled from the hated husband's care
He caught and tied her, so they say,
Down to his bedside by her hair.
"Story Of Lilavanti" by Laurence Hope
Well they say what you don't know won't hurt you
And I believe that it's so
So don't tell me that you found someone new
To go thru life with you
"Because I Love You" by Buddy Holly
My voice that sounds so gaily
Will be too far away
For you to see across your dream
The charging and the bayonet's gleam,
Or hear the words I say.
"To My Sister" by Ewart Alan Mackintosh
'T was but love's dazzled eyes--I say--
That made her seem so strangely bright;
The face I worshipped yesternight,
I dread to meet it changed to-day.
"Too Late" by John Hay
In news:
"He would say, 'Richard, there was an Ark , and so shall it be, now build it as your new church'," Greene says.
Another possible factor may be the number of atheists within organized efforts by American atheist groups to encourage those who do not believe in God to say so publicly.
I'm deciding to break my personal (always-subject-to-change-when-my-editor-says-so) no-realignment-news rule just this once.
"I was about 12, in 1954 or so, and I grew up on a farm on Sunrise Road, so I knew all about barns ," says McPhail, a retired US Customs inspector.
Just because he says so.
Naval Base Ventura County held a bittersweet ceremony this week to say so long to a battalion .
Family members say Garay appears to be in no pain when she bleeds and they say the hospital doesn't know why she's bleeding and so abuse is assumed.
Irondale Café has been around for 84 years, so it's safe to say their Buttermilk Pie must be good to remain on the menu for so long.
Conservative partisans will say so.
We do not post anything to your wall unless you say so.
It's a meal that says so much about tradition and family.
I can't say I came up the the comparison to Fast and Furious, though I can say it's so obvious that you'd think the Obama administration would have recognized it.
Our great nation pioneered the fast food game, and judging from a new report from The Temkin Group we are doing a great job at it, if we do say so ourselves.
Poor data center management is causing lots of it, and the story says so.
Saying so long to The Guardsman .
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In science:
The main problem is that states of quantum gravity should be coordinate invariant, so it is hard to see how to say that some state is conﬁned to a radius R or has this size.
Defining Entropy Bounds
We abstract this by saying a simple algebraic duality of K , L is a chain nullhomotopy of the corresponding composition, so that the induced lift is a simple equivalence.
Dual 2-complexes in 4-manifolds
It stamps each outcome, so to say, with a real number.
Monte Carlo: Basics
So, one would be tempted to say that, to obtain this kind of information, renormalization is superﬂuous.
Exact Renormalization of Massless QED2
Of course, if G is countable, the σ -ﬁeld we use (without explicitly saying so) is the set of all subsets of G; and if G is the real line, we take the Borel σ -ﬁeld on the line.
Random walks in random environment: What a single trajectory tells
This is exactly what C ⇒ A says and hence it is true as is its equivalent C and so A is true.
A Universal Approach to Self-Referential Paradoxes, Incompleteness and Fixed Points
We say that W is a generalized complex subspace of V if EW ∩EW = (0), so that EW is a generalized complex structure on W .
Submanifolds of generalized complex manifolds
Our main result, Theorem 7, says that if B is ﬁnite and T (B ) has bounded degrees then T (B ) is isomorphic to a ﬁnitely labeled generating tree, so this example shows that our proof will need to make use of the special properties of pattern-avoidance trees.
Finitely labeled generating trees and restricted permutations
But then the lemma says that the matrix of the system of linear equations is triangular and its diagonal elements are all 1, so it is trivially invertible and p can be computed in terms of q .
Increments of Random Partitions
So the third vertex must be unbarred, say z .
Tamari lattices and noncrossing partitions in type B and beyond
So suppose that S and T are related by a minimal ﬂip as in Theorem 1: that is to say, there is a chord C of S which is green, such that T can be obtained from S by replacing C and ¯C by the other diagonals of Q(C ) and Q( ¯C ).
Tamari lattices and noncrossing partitions in type B and beyond
In (2.1) and in the following we set Einstein’s constant equal to one (so that ϕ and ϕ′ become dimensionless). (We also set the velocity of light to one, so that the unit of length, say, is still unspeciﬁed).
Bouncing universes and their perturbations: remarks on a toy model
We say that a generalized complex structure J and P are compatible if there exists a complementary sub-bundle Q ⊆ TX so that J(cid:12)(cid:12)P ⊕Ann(Q) is an isomorphism of vector bundles.
Mirror Symmetry and Generalized Complex Manifolds
It presupposes that there are persisting spatial points, so that it can say: only in the rotating disc do the point-sized bits of matter occupy different spatial points at different times.
On the Persistence of Homogeneous Matter
So, roughly speaking: Tooley says that the velocity of ob ject o at time t is that unique intrinsic property of o at t that is thus-and-thus related to other concepts, as spelled out in the usual formulas of kinematics and dynamics.
On the Persistence of Homogeneous Matter
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