It may be that across the immensity of space the Martians have watched the fate of these pioneers of theirs and learned their lesson
, and that on the planet Venus they have found a securer settlement.
However, just this week I have been presented with evidence that these institutions appear to have not yet learned their lesson
In Latin America, most of the countries have learned their lesson
from the last decade, cutting down debt burdens and improving their economies.
Perhaps they've learned their lesson
, or perhaps they're just holding off on special-interest favors for now to show business what life will be like if Congress passes a ban on soft money.
The members of System of a Down have learned their lesson
, and pass it along to all public figures.
Having learned their lessons
about language regulations and seeing translations as a marketing tool to increase business abroad, companies such as Microsoft have expanded into the burgeoning markets in Eastern Europe, Russia, the Far East and South America.
Children learned their lessons
from Sonia Komiserova (another local survivor), or fell asleep over their books; an amateur theater group hilariously bumbled through a rehearsal; and the gorgeous Sabbath Bride, danced by Ausra Gineityte (from the National Opera and Ballet of Lithuania), crossed a field of grass, butterflies dancing around her waist.