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1 Herbert: Whenever I punch someone, I apologize.
2 President Herbert Hoover sniffed about bellboys speculating on share prices.
3 Herbert: She laughed and then showed it to all my colleagues.
4 Herbert: I really like her.
5 Sue: About Herbert! You said he was boring.
6 When Franklin Roosevelt defeated Herbert Hoover in 1932, the Depression had been going on for three years, thousands of Banks had failed and unemployment was 25%.
7 born to Herbert and Janet ("Foxy") Sondheim, in New York City, New York, and grew up on the Upper West Side of Manhattan and later on a farm in Pennsylvania.
8 Don (the bartender) : What's wrong, Herbert?
9 When Edward was born, President Herbert Hoover sent Rose a bouquet of flowers and a note of congratulations.
10 That, according to Herbert Hoover, was the advice he received from Andrew Mellon, the Treasury secretary, as America plunged into depression.
11 Herbert Spencer, in the decade after Darwin, summarised natural selection as "survival of the fittest" - a slogan -darwin only later adopted.
12 is the case of Terry Herbert, an unemployed Briton, who struck gold in a friend's farm in Staffordshire, England.
13 Herbert: Hey!
14 Marian Forrester is a beautiful woman who delights her husband, her lover, and young Niel Herbert, the narrator of this enchanting tale.
15 Herbert will get half the cash, according to the Times of London.
16 Herbert: I wish I could be like you.
17 Herbert: I need your advice again, Don.
18 Herbert: Can I move closer to you?
19 I was reading an essay of Saleeby's the other day, and the best Saleeby could say was that Herbert Spencer NEARLY succeeded in answering Berkeley.
20 Herbert: Not very well.
21 Herbert: Of course.
22 Herbert: it has to do with my job.
23 Please understand that I say this approach is no better or worse than that of Herbert and the USDA, I'm simply saying it's worth serious consideration.
24 Herbert: They are more than just machines.
25 Herbert: Mmm, well, maybe you could come to Hsinchu.
26 Harvard's Herbert Benson is probably the most persuasive proponent of this view.
27 Herbert: Um, hi, Rose.
28 Herbert: No, she's too pretty.
29 Herbert: Well, you're so pretty.
30 Herbert: How are you?