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1 And yet the past decade has nibbled away at the cohesion of the West.
2 With sweat on my brow I ate my bread, yet in all these practices there is evidence only of my fidelity, nothing of enjoyment.
3 Yet if the bread chapter stands out for its clarity and utility, it also points out the inherent oddness of this branch of science.
4 Catherine, we would fain have deluded yet: but her own quick spirit refused to delude her: it divined in secret, and brooded on the dreadful probability, gradually ripening into certainty.
5 He was full of sympathy for her, yet he didn't know what to say.
6 We accept that what will be is not yet determined, and thatwe can steer the course of events in one direction or another.
7 However, parents, teachers and students take on quite different views and, consequently, they seem not to have reached any compromises yet.
8 Fortunately, the planet has not yet reached that impasse.
9 Hey,have you eaten yet? Do you want to go together?
10 Father is much better but the nurse says he's not to get up yet.
11 But not yet, my mantra says.
12 And yet what are dreams?
13 The pupils have not yet learned to punctuate correctly.
14 No one yet knows how to design the software for that.
15 We are yet to test this design with users.
16 Yet the very diversity of its USES highlights one of the barriers to the development of the technology: they all have to be put together in a bespoke fashion.
17 Most of its highlights have been in the same city since they were created, yet almost all are central to the history of art.
18 Yet, up to this day, (outside powers) have not contributed significantly to the establishment of (stability) and security, as well as economic and political development of the region.
19 Although the technology exists, different approaches do not as yet work well together.
20 It was not yet dynamic because there was a time delay involved in this process.
21 Yet while liberals have cheered the result as a mark of social progress, it does not necessarily augur plain sailing for the al-Sabah family that has ruled Kuwait since the 18th century.
22 Yet I did not consider volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, or financial bubbles, simply because none of those seemed likely to precipitate catastrophes.
23 Now we face our biggest challenge yet. The drought in our area has led to the worst starvation I have ever seen—worse even than what we saw in 1992.
24 The practice caught on elsewhere, helping the farmers of the basin to get through the recent long drought using far less water than before yet with no reduction in output.
25 The EU and China have agreed to reschedule their summit for later this year, but Mr Sarkozy is not yet forgiven.
26 Yet he and others agree that the market cycle is at or near its top, particularly in America and Britain.
27 And yet the mood of this exhausted country is far from jubilant.
28 Tripoli residents spent Monday jubilant yet fearful, asking for weapons to join rebels in their cat-and-mouse war with loyalists who have besieged the city with snipers and drive-by shootings.
29 One month after the terrorist attacks in Mumbai (formerly Bombay), India and Pakistan are turning to brinksmanship because they have not yet found a way to talk constructively.
30 Yet that is exactly what UMNO fears most after a run of embarrassing defeats in state and federal polls.