1. He would not answer yes or no, but beat around the bush.
2. Maggie: No, it had been sent on to London by mistake.
玛吉: 不是, 而是误送了去伦敦.
3. Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude.–Zig Ziglar
4. It's not about making the amazing saves. It's the little things and small things that made great gatekeepers great.
5. The process is not a circle but rather a spiral.
6. The slow-worm is in fact not a snake but a legless lizard.
7. What we need is not manifestos of pious intentions, but real action.
8. Such countries are not "developing" at all, but regressing.
9. The people in your grasp are not guests, they are hostages.
10. I see myself not as a cynic but as a realist.
11. Life gets better not by chance, but by change.
12. Life isn't about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.–George Bernard Shaw
13. In the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.
14. The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.–Socrates
15. That isn't a value judgement, it's a fact.
1. "Will it happen again?"— 'I hope not. but you never know.'
2. She could not but congratulate him.
3. He is extremely strong — not but that he will catch cold at times.
4. A poet could not but be gay in such a jocund company.
5. After the fire swallowed his cottage , the old man could not but feel utterly bereft.
6. I cannot do it; not but what a younger man might be able to do it.
7. Overcome with admiration, he could not but imitate them.
8. I cannot do it, not but that a stronger man might.
9. I cannot do it not but that a stronger might.
10. I could not but be gay in such a jocund company.
11. I could not but smile to hear her talk in this lofty strain.
12. She could not but think indeed that Mr. Crawford might as well have saved him trouble.
13. Though you knew he was perfectly worthless you could not but enjoy his company.
14. The boy is very healthy — not but that he will catch colds sometimes.
这男孩很健康 — 虽然有时候也感冒.
15. Since the time of shipment can not be fixed, I can not but worry about it.
You should get your harp, sir; not but what a fiddle is best.
No matter where you live you’re not but a 90 minute drive from the ocean.
Not but what this is a very good tex for rural districts… Ah – there's a nice bit of blank wall up by that barn standing to waste.
We may not accept their answers and it's very likely that we do not but their questions are oftenput with a kind of unrivaled clarity and insight.
I'll never know if I was drugged or not but I didn't have any of the after-effects you would expect.
I can't do it, not but that younger man might be able to do it.
I later sat with two woman at a brunch who were talking about online dating, and one had tried itand the other had not but was considering it.
In these conditions, created by dictatorship, the vocabulary of revolt could not but concentrateon dictatorship—and its downfall—in a political discourse, and no more.
It was cool but not cold. I could not but admit that it was a most pleasant and comfortablemoment.
Whilst 55% said they did spy on their children, 40% said they did not but the remaining 5% saidthey would do if they knew how.
Silence – Speak not but what may benefit others or yourself; avoid trifling conversation.
He could not but laugh to see the sight.
You may believe me or not but it really works.
To accomplish first-class businesses, he can not but abdicate happiness, travels,entertainments,love and hatred, quarrels, arguments and clarifications.
We can not but allow you 200 cases since inquiries are so large.