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.
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.
Miss Manners cannot help noticing that
while insulting you for your present, the family still accepted it.
When I consider the services that Google has recently terminated, I cannot help noticing that
most of them did not offer an opportunity for displaying ads--Google Reader, Google Answers, Google Apps, and even Google Labs.
You cannot help noticing that
as August makes friends, they all want to hang out at his house because it is such a welcoming place.
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).
While Bork's reading of the scene is certainly compelling one cannot help noticing that
in this (following Danuser's terminology) "inter-medial" piece of music theatre her interpretation of the music is entirely derived from the extra-musical context known to us not through the music but as part of the extra-musical narrative.
One cannot help noticing that
once again, throughout the long drawn-out gestation of the dossier, internal tension and in-fighting within the Commission wereresponsible for its blocking.
But even if we shift our focus to the idea of justice itself, to the great abstraction that directs the law, we cannot help noticing that
Burke Marshall's notion of justice had a personal aspect too, however much he might have wished to distract us from it, or been embarrassed by our dwelling on it.
Labouring through the pages of one chapter after the other, one cannot help noticing that
what Gabriele Sturzenhofecker wrote in her review of the third volume of 'Materialien zur Kultur der Wampar' holds true for 'Worter und Wandel' as well: Fischer does indeed offer 'a plethora of intricate details' and there is certainly a 'richness in primary data' (G.
However, I cannot help noticing that
, in common with other similar letters from remainers which have appeared on the pages of Talkback, they cannot come up with any substantial reasons why we should stay in the European Union.
NOW the Alternative Vote debate seems to be gathering momentum, I cannot help noticing that
most of those opposing change seem to be MPs in safe seats.
Through the benefit of hindsight, one cannot help noticing that
this single-minded quest for long life has been pursued singularly with hardly a sense of purpose.