1. When I think of a sad memory, I do what everyone does.
2. What makes this figure different from the last, he says, is that there are still buyers in the market.
3. Knowing what you're good at and doing even more of it creates excellence.
4. We unconsciously associate fast food with speed and impatience and carry those impulses into whatever else we’re doing.
5. One difficulty is that almost all of what is called behavioral science continues to trace behavior to states of mind, feelings, traits of character, human nature, and so on.
6. To filter out what is unique from what is shared might enable us to understand how complex cultural behavior arose.
1. The question is how we can get the loan.
2. The Greeks assumed that the structure of language had some connection with the process of thought, which took root in Europe long before people realized how diverse languages could be.
3. A Google search can leak between 0.2 and 7.0 grams of CO2, depending on how many attempts are needed to get the “right” answers.
1. Anyway, the townsfolk can’t understand why the Royal Shakespeare Company needs a subsidy.
2. They caught up to where they should have stayed.
3. He told them who he was and what he had done in the past.
4. When the first draft should be finished and how it should be ameliorated are just two of a great number of difficulties that the fledging newspaper reporter encounters.
5. This is why the more neutral substance is now used by many physicians and psychologists.
6. Depending on whom you are addressing, the problems will be different.