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- And there are many men and women who, having "failed" at a first marriage, have gone on to learn from that failure and to have extremely happy second marriages.
- People may also learn to live with problems, complaining less as they get used to them.
- Men too may need to learn to delegate duties both at work and at home.
- But Searle does not show why the computer would not do as well as the Westerner, in conditions where he or it can learn meanings.
- But they could probably learn something from the occupational pluralism practised by crofters as an adaption to living on agricultural holdings too small to be economically viable.
- As humans, we may learn to talk, but the impetus to learn and the capability to acquire human language are instinctively human.
- I never did learn their surnames.
- Perhaps he thought I was the impersonator, dressed as a man, hoping to win his confidence and thus learn the kind of mannerisms and opinions he might reveal only in private.
- It will, however, be no surprise to learn that the Government is protected against that risk.
- While it may be strategic for a juvenile male to appease larger ones for a period and while he may learn elaborate social skills in the process, his ultimate strategy is to replace the dominant animal in terms of access to required commodities - especially mates.
- You can learn to paint at the foot of Cezanne's Mont Sainte-Victoire, to cook in Umbria, to ride in the Rockies, meditate in Andalucia, or to skin-dive in the Caribbean.
- to learn the history
- We soon learn that the huts give relief from yet more mosquitos, but compared to central Lappland insects these are either timid or full-up.