1. I must move quickly , for we have lost calves with fluid on their lungs before.
  2. This makes them much more unstable than empires, for that tendency can always be stoked by nativist demagogues.
  3. But I did, in 1998, only to start looking, for I had nothing else to do with my life but find the bodies and the people who did this.
  4. Indeed, the opposite seems to be true: the higher the asking price, the greater the appeal, for cheapness may suggest a reduction in quality.
  5. So he took her to her parents, being as polite as he possibly could, for it had suddenly occurred to him that he might be reported to the police.
  6. We choose to challenge the trauma, and although we know it won’t be easy, we know the alternative is impossible, for we have already lived through the suffocating reality of silence.
  7. This was also a factor behind the disproportionate prevalence in Ashkenazi Jews of genetic diseases such as Tay-Sachs and Gaucher’s, which the researchers claimed were a byproduct of natural selection for higher intelligence; those carrying the gene variants, or alleles, for these diseases were said to be smarter than the rest.