Cortez: "We cannot help noticing
Duterte's acquiescence to the People's Liberation Army strategy ofSan Zhong shanfa('Three Warfares') which seems to be employed by Xi in refusing to accept the PCA ruling.
Every time a terrorist act is reported, one cannot help noticing
that the brunt is borne not only by innocent victims but also selected scapegoats.
However, when I am forced to watch the men riding their bikes I cannot help noticing
that irrespective of whether they are going along urban highways or country lanes, there is something that is consistently missing from the roads of France.
But one cannot help noticing
that revisionism has resisted comparative approaches to Irish history and it is blatantly obvious in this work why that is so.
Also, one cannot help noticing
surprising omissions from the bibliography.
Without minimizing the senseless loss of innocent lives and the forced displacement of hundreds of thousands of Marawi residents, one cannot help noticing
how the formal declaration of martial law has quickly catalyzed the formation of a civil liberties movement and triggered the filing of cases challenging ML.
The Wirral South MP's speech faltered when she said: "I cannot help noticing
that, in serving as co-chair of the Friends of Syria group, I am taking up the role of my friend, Jo Cox.
Though Eden denies it at first--could two individuals be more unsuited?--afterward she cannot help noticing
little details she had missed before, like his eyes, "mahogany and fringed with thick lashes." Maybe that is why she agrees to go to the homecoming dance with him.
And I cannot help noticing
how Islamic State target areas of natural resources.
Miss Manners cannot help noticing
that while insulting you for your present, the family still accepted it.
Our shabby town hall AS I have WALKED through Huddersfield town centre over the past WEEKS, nay months, I cannot help noticing
what a poor state of repair the window frames, doors and door frames are on the town hall.
" One cannot help noticing
the improvement in attitude of the players," Batra argued.
Walking through many towns in Wales, one cannot help noticing
the increasing number of shops that have closed as the economic recession and low consumer confidence has taken its toll.
When reading through Psalm 68, one cannot help noticing
that some of the phrases used by King David are reminiscent of phrases sung by the prophetess Deborah after the victory of the Israelites over Sisera, general of Jabin (Judges Chapter 5).