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An expression of disgust over the way certain people act, behave, or function in society. A: "So then this guy, drunk out of his mind, starts peeing in the bushes as he's talking to the cops." B: "God, some people! I wish jerks like that were banned from buying booze."
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Nevertheless, people need to work closely with their physicians as some of these drags do have the potential to cause serious side effects in some people.
There's no reason not to do those things, and they will certainly make some people feel good.
There are some people for whom camp becomes a life-line.
Some people choose prostitution because that's what they want to do, and some people don't.
Some people have certain segments of DNA wedged within stretches that run without interruption in other people.
Some people focus on what sorts of things the websites should do and how they should work.
While it worked for some people, it did not work for all who were virologically well suppressed when they started.
Some people are left to coordinate their own care between different providers.
McAlear says his healing Masses are "very basic, fundamental Christianity"--a recognition in part that some people who will come to a healing service wouldn't go to Mass otherwise.
And we gave them six different types of food--like candy, chips, cookies, and granola bars--but some people got them in small quantities like four bags of chips, and others got massive quantities like 12 bags.
FE: Some people in the outsourcing area suggest that offshoring may have been artificially accelerated by the weak economy, and that there will be jobs coming back into this country because of our own knowledge capabilities.
In fact, some people who are in hospice care, dying from Alzheimer's or another illness, continue to come to the Center.
Some people have had a dream that happened in the distant past, before they were born, which turns out to be historically accurate.
Some people can come up with ideas quickly; others require time.
The notion that some people are better suited to rule than others, that political wisdom is peculiar to the few, to an elite, and not to the many, the people, was, as is well-known, developed and vigorously advocated by Plato in his Republic.
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