I am but an infant," he commenced, looking furtively around him, in order to detect how far his well-established character for prudence and courage contradicted his assertion.
But I will not say that something may not be done to put the last moment aside, for a while at least, and therefore it is a question, that any one has a right to put to his own wisdom, how far he will go, and how much pain he will suffer, to lengthen out a time that may have been too long already.
How far similar observations to those of Stearns may be made in relation to the progress of social history in the British educational system is debatable.
Problems associated with how far different types of history can and should be seen as having discrete boundaries; the extreme specialisation that many historians bring to their teaching, especially, perhaps, in Britain; and the straightjacket that traditional approaches can impose on curriculum development, all cloud the issue.
Race Mixing offers a timely reminder of how far
America and the Western world have traveled, and how far
they still have to go.
Eric Noreen, CMA (University of Washington at Seattle) said his research team was unprepared for how far
TOC had progressed beyond the concepts in THE GOAL, the best-selling novel by Eliyahu M.