Sometimes life imitates art; sometimes art imitates life.
Sometimes the extra box of gloves is there, sometimes not.
Sometimes I could taste the aging of the beef, sometimes not.
Sometimes deserved treatment is expedient; sometimes it is not.
Sometimes this means developing targeted services that help the most vulnerable.
Sometimes she was smiling; sometimes she was wearing a neutral expression.
Sometimes – in Ethiopia, say – there’s a spark of resilience to the journalism that has been snuffed out.
He answers that it is sometimes potential and sometimes actual (IB-S1a: 145–146; IB-S1e: 117–118).
We are still here and sometimes, sometimes, it feels like we get punished for it, just sometimes.”
Sometimes Byrne speaks between songs, sometimes he doesn’t, sometimes he takes up a guitar, sometimes he simply sings.
Sometimes that means investing in structural reforms, sometimes it means providing food aid and sometimes, yes, it means direct payments.
of green sea and sometimes you are a mouthful of sand and sometimes I am a good shot-put spitter but I will crawl forever to the edge of almost just like you.
“When you stick a chunk of DNA in randomly, sometimes it works well, sometimes it does nothing and sometimes it causes harm,” said Hank Greely, a Stanford University bioethicist.
Responses to decline, sometimes official and sometimes unofficial, sometimes Islamizing and sometimes Europeanizing, fell into two categories, as the following examples demonstrate.
He stood, listened, and gazed sometimes down at the wet mossy ground, sometimes at Laska listening all alert, sometimes at the sea of bare tree tops that stretched on the slope below him, sometimes at the darkening sky, covered with white streaks of cloud.
The poll workers are supposed to know how to operate the machines, that is another problem blind people sometimes experience, sometimes they don’t, sometimes a blind person shows up at the polling place and the machine isn’t even set up – that’s one of the reasons we have our election day hotline.
Everyone I know is complicated and sometimes nice and sometimes nasty and sometimes friendly and sometimes angry and sometimes sulky and sometimes funny and sometimes stupid and sometimes clever and always interesting.
Signes by Inference, are sometimes the consequence of Words; sometimes the consequence of Silence; sometimes the consequence of Actions; sometimes the consequence of Forbearing an Action: and generally a signe by Inference, of any Contract, is whatsoever sufficiently argues the will of the Contractor.
The yellows and greens of the vegetation gleamed with lush intensity in the streaming sunlight, and always the Kazanka River was there, sometimes right alongside the road, sometimes far off, sometimes as wide as a great lake, sometimes narrowing, but always glittering and shimmering in the light, in every possible shade of blue.
Sometimes it comes out of me I am filled full of knowing and it bursts out from me, sometimes it comes very slowly from me, sometimes it comes sharply from me, sometimes it comes out of me to amuse me, sometimes it comes out of me as a way of doing a duty for me, sometimes it comes brilliantly out of me, sometimes it comes as a way of playing by me.
- on certain occasions or in certain cases but not always
Example: sometimes she wished she were back in England
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Sometimes it comes out of me I am filled full of knowing and it bursts out from me sometimes it comes very slowly from me sometimes it comes sharply from me sometimes it comes out of me to amuse me sometimes it comes out of me as a way of doing a duty for me sometimes it comes brilliantly out of me sometimes it comes as a way of playing by me