Oraciones con la palabra "err"

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1. To err was to be human;.
2. Thank you Doc err I mean Jock.
3. Err… yes, I came with both.
4. The property of love is to err.
5. Grant that I err not on the road.
6. But I err: you have not wept at.
7. The synodical Church does not err.

8. Best to err on the side of caution.
9. But we err greatly if we stop short here.
10. It may err grievously through incompetence.
11. Do not err is this matter of self and other.
12. Lucy decided to err on the side of caution and.
13. At the beginning, err on the side of too much detail.
14. Great statesmen err, and why not small medical men? Mr.
15. Yet they are expected never to err, and are blamed if they do.
16. That is truth, pardy, said Dixon, and, or I err, a pregnant word.
17. And the thoughts of those on the Earth shall err concerning them.
18. His statement that Annihilationist err because they believe the.
19. Jack here, Jack err Starr, I need to see you, its important.
20. O my people, they which lead you cause you to err, and destroy the.
21. Siri felt distinctly alarmed and decided to err on the side of caution.
22. And the light in which nothing could err; Also the spheres which testify, and Me.
23. They tend to err on the high side, which puts them in the camp of most analysts.
24. There is no blame on you if you err therein, barring what your hearts premeditates.
25. His statement that Annihilationist err because they believe the first death to be the.
26. But are the rulers of states absolutely infallible, or are they sometimes liable to err?
27. Say, If I err, I err only to my own loss; but if I am guided, it is by what my Lord inspires me.
28. If there were interdimensional assassins around, I’d prefer to err on the side of caution, too.
29. It is under the abiding influence of the Holy Ghost, and therefore cannot err in matters of faith.
30. Men always did and always will err, and in nothing more than in what they consider right and wrong.
31. Foreign nations would err in this way, having no correct knowledge of the sentiments of the people.
32. Annihilationist err because they believe the first death to be the end of those not in Christ and the.
33. If you aren’t sure such a touch will be well-received, err on the side of caution and do no touching.
34. Mat 22:29 Jesus answered and said unto them, Ye do err, not knowing the scriptures, nor the power of God.
35. He trusted in his err free character and waited for the day he would be proved innocent by the law itself.
36. And I have seen folly in the prophets of Samaria; they prophesied in Baal, and caused my people Israel to err.
37. He had a strong belief in the natural living of human species that is prone to err and willing to learn from it.
38. There’s no other purpose for guilt than to correct an error, before you choose to err or after you have done it.
39. What does he mean by that? Our negotiations? Our, err… relationship… whatever that is? He’s still so cryptic.
40. He said: You all do err in asking such questions because you know neither the Scriptures nor the living power of God.
41. Perhaps it might be as well to draw the veil of oblivion over past transactions, and learn from experience to err no more.
42. Where Capricorn or Taurus will err on the side of tradition and the status quo, an Aquarian will err on the side of the new.
43. The Lord would protect him in his duties, but better to err on the side of caution, especially when so much money was at stake.
44. Speaker, there is a great rule of human conduct, which he who honestly observes cannot err widely from the path of his sought duty.
45. If I could blunder thus, gentlemen, in a land where men's senses are keen, why should we busy preoccupied urban folk not err also?'.
46. If what I have stated here is incorrect, I ask God to forgive me and ask him to show me where I err so that I can correct my mistakes.
47. If you use this method, you should err on the side of caution and include an additional distance factor to account for possible errors.
48. And therefore my old, inured habits may cause me to err, and I may mistake for absolute merit the impression a work produced on me in my youth.
49. Even the finest curves are those that approach the straight line rather than the circle, that err on the side of flatnesses rather than roundnesses.
50. In the second place, we may easily err in attributing importance to characters, and in believing that they have been developed through natural selection.
51. But the best you can do is err on the conservative side so the odds are in your favor and recognize there are no guarantees either in life or in investing.
52. After what he went through, having his only child’s finger mailed to him, you can surely understand why he might err on the side of caution, Tyler said.
53. You do err, not knowing the scriptures not the power of God, for in the resurrection, they neither marry nor are given in marriage, but are as the angels of God.
54. Croll, in an interesting paper, remarks that we do not err "in forming too great a conception of the length of geological periods," but in estimating them by years.
55. Where Aries will tend to err on the side of action, Taurus on the side of inaction and Gemini on the side of thought, Cancer will tend to err on the side of feeling.
56. States of invasion do not create safety by invading our frail and precarious existences with the incessant threat of betrayal whenever we experiment, evolve, or err.
57. To err on the side of liberality, let us say that the nonfinancial segments of GE were worth, at the time of the report, 15 times operating earnings, or $200 billion.
58. Here is his Language, “You do err, not knowing the scriptures, because the scriptures teach the doctrine of a resurrection” (“McGarvey’s Sermons,” page 39).
59. John, my child, you have been my friend now many years, and yet did you ever know me to do any without good cause? I may err, I am but man, but I believe in all I do.
60. Though there was no suggestion that there were any improprieties associated with the sunglasses, his habits were immutable as he tended to err on the side of caution.
61. The article sets in place definite limits on executive authority, and the founders made it clear that their intent was to err on the side of lessening executive power.
62. Their having erred is no proof of my going to err; besides, there is a great difference between the ravings of idealogues and the facts based on sound, economic science.
63. That is the way the matter presents itself to me from its theoretical side; but theoretical criticism may frequently err, and so I will try to verify my deductions by means of practical data.
64. Murphy feels that if the price moves that far, something is wrong, either the timing or the analysis, and that short sellers err the same way longs do-they cut the profits and let the losses run.
65. The complaint is that we keep reacting to the cry, because we are wired to err on that side, and that is a nuisance when someone takes advantage of an auto-appraiser that is difficult to override.
66. Mig 3:5 Thus saith the LORD concerning the prophets that make my people err, that bite with their teeth, and cry, Peace; and he that putteth not into their mouths, they even prepare war against him.
67. None of these passages speak of life after death or eternal destinies, but Annihilationist err, for their belief would entail cessation of existence at death, not the resurrection and punishment of the wicked.
68. No; these revelations, unless I greatly err, are meant merely to promote the intellectual satisfaction of all intelligent beings, who will stand waiting, on that day, to see the dark problem of this life made plain.
69. Then said Christian, What meaneth this? The Shepherds answered, Have you not heard of them that were made to err by hearkening to Hymeneus and Philetus as concerning the faith of the resurrection of the body? [2 Tim.
70. While all expressions of exuberant life and energy, of charm and grace depend on curved lines for their effect, yet in their most refined and beautiful expression they err on the side of the square forms rather than the circle.
71. Let us now suppose the Lord had given them the same reply, You do err, not knowing the scriptures not the power of God, for in the intermediate state of the dead, they neither marry nor are given in marriage, but are as the angels of God.
72. It would hardly have been proper to err towards the casual in one's relations with Mr Rudolph Snickerty, known to all as 'The Adjudicator' in connection with his official position relating to the administration of relief to the poor and needy.
73. None of these passages speak of life after death or eternal destinies, but he says Annihilationist err, for their belief would entail cessation of existence at death, not the resurrection and punishment of the wicked, "Hell On Trial" P & R Publishing.
74. His statement that Annihilationist err because they believe the first death to be the end of those not in Christ and the lost will not be raised for judgment may possibly be true of some Annihilationist (none that I know of), but it is not true of most.
75. His statement that Annihilationist err because they believe the first death to be the end of those not in Christ, and that the lost will not be raised for judgment may possibly be true of some Annihilationist (none that I know of), but it is definitely not true of most.
76. Not, sir, that the gentleman made the statement with any unfair intention, for no man is more honorable or correct—he has my highest esteem—but, it will show how liable we are to err—nay, how prone we are to err when our feelings and habit of thinking run with our argument.
77. She loved to read poetry and when she got a keepsake from Bertha Supple of that lovely confession album with the coralpink cover to write her thoughts in she laid it in the drawer of her toilettable which, though it did not err on the side of luxury, was scrupulously neat and clean.
78. That a girl of fourteen, acting only on her own unassisted reason, should err in the method of reform, was not wonderful; and Fanny soon became more disposed to admire the natural light of the mind which could so early distinguish justly, than to censure severely the faults of conduct to which it led.
79. The thing that made me err on the side of caution with Jennifer is that the instant she realized that I was a polygamous her face told the tale and even when she showed signs of being interested I felt like a giant but because of her initially reaction and the children she had with her ex-husband I had to take things slowly.
80. If I say, that in any creature breathing is only a function indispensable to vitality, inasmuch as it withdraws from the air a certain element, which being subsequently brought into contact with the blood imparts to the blood its vivifying principle, I do not think I shall err; though I may possibly use some superfluous scientific words.
81. Let me entreat them to pause and reflect, before they inflict a wound on their country's interest, under the influence of constitutional doubt; and if they err, I would ask them, would it not be more safe and patriotic to err in favor of the people? Permit me now, sir, to redeem this subject from the constitutional difficulties with which it has been encumbered.
82. The sun was striking in at the great windows of the court, through the glittering drops of rain upon the glass, and it made a broad shaft of light between the two-and-thirty and the Judge, linking both together, and perhaps reminding some among the audience how both were passing on, with absolute equality, to the greater Judgment that knoweth all things, and cannot err.
83. We may err in this respect in regard to single points of structure, but when several characters, let them be ever so trifling, concur throughout a large group of beings having different habits, we may feel almost sure, on the theory of descent, that these characters have been inherited from a common ancestor; and we know that such aggregated characters have especial value in classification.
84. And, again, in respect of temperance, courage, magnificence, and every other virtue, should we not carefully distinguish between the true son and the bastard? for where there is no discernment of such qualities states and individuals unconsciously err; and the state makes a ruler, and the individual a friend, of one who, being defective in some part of virtue, is in a figure lame or a bastard.
85. Lady Marchmain was engaged in making a memorial book for circulation among her friends, about her brother, Ned, the eldest of three legendary heroes all killed between Mons and Passchendaele; he had left a, quantity of papers - poems, letters, speeches, articles; to edit them, even for a restricted circle, needed tact and countless decisions in which the judgement of an adoring sister was liable to err.
86. I always have an open invitation to direct me where I am wrong, but all I ask is that you show me from scripture where I am wrong – the truth however is, they never once attempt to tell me where I err, burning the book is easier – but hold on a minute there, are you not burning all the passages in this book as well? More than 800 of them? The fact that you never saw these passages before or heard them in church does not mean it is not written in the bible.
87. How fortunate it is for us that we live in so peculiar an age, when that mental activity which calls itself science, not only does not err, but finds itself, as we are assured, in a remarkably flourishing condition! Does not this peculiar good fortune arise from the fact that man can not and will not see his own hideousness? Why is there nothing left of those sciences, and sophists, and Cabalists, and Talmudists, but words, while we are so exceptionally happy? Surely the signs are identical.
88. But when I told them that no such limitation was made in God's law, and reminded them of the doctrine of brotherhood, of the forgiveness of offences, of love, which are obligatory for all Christians and which could in no way be harmonized with murder, the men of the people generally agreed with me, and on their side put the question to me as to how it happened that the government, which, according to their ideas, could not err, commanded the armies, when necessary, to go to war, and ordered the execution of prisoners.
89. In the same way the judges, who wrongfully adjudged the forest to the proprietor, did so simply because they fancied themselves not simply men like everyone else, and so bound to be guided in everything only by what they consider right, but, under the intoxicating influence of power, imagined themselves the representatives of the justice which cannot err; while under the intoxicating influence of servility they imagined themselves bound to carry out to the letter the instructions inscribed in a certain book, the so-called law.
90. Similarly, the judges who irregularly adjudged the forest to the proprietor did so only because they do not imagine themselves to be simple men, just like all other men, and so under obligation in all cases to be guided only by what is the truth, but under the intoxication of power they imagine themselves to be the guardians of justice, who cannot err; but under the influence of the intoxication of servility they imagine themselves to be men who are obliged to carry out certain words which are written in a certain book and are called the law.
91. But when I rejoined that no such limitation existed in the law of God, and cited the Christian doctrine of brotherhood, the forgiveness of injuries, the injunction to love one's neighbor, all of which precepts are quite contrary to murder, the men of the lower class would usually agree with me and ask, "How then can it be that the government (which they believe cannot err) sends troops to war and orders the execution of criminals?" When I replied that this was a mistake on the part of the government, my interlocutors became still more uncomfortable, and either dropped the conversation or showed annoyance.
92. To assert, therefore, that in the Greek gospel of John, written in the clear sunshine of Ionian Greece itself, the language is probably metaphorical at every turn, that we shall most likely err in taking two to mean life, and qa>natov to mean death, and shall more likely reach the truth by supposing that ajpoqnh>skein signifies to be banished from God, or to live forever in misery, is to offer a violent contradiction to one of the most obvious facts in philology,—namely, that the use of Greek in the New Testament is in itself a presumption that its ordinary terms are taken in their natural signification.
93. Then can you wonder that persons who are inexperienced in the truth, as they have wrong ideas about many other things, should also have wrong ideas about pleasure and pain and the intermediate state; so that when they are only being drawn towards the painful they feel pain and think the pain which they experience to be real, and in like manner, when drawn away from pain to the neutral or intermediate state, they firmly believe that they have reached the goal of satiety and pleasure; they, not knowing pleasure, err in contrasting pain with the absence of pain, which is like contrasting black with grey instead of white--can you wonder, I say, at this?
94. The judges who rendered an unfair decision in his favor, did so because they fancied themselves different from ordinary men, who are guided only by truth; under the spell of the intoxication of authority, they believed themselves the guardians of a justice which cannot err; and at the same time, under the influence of servility, they considered themselves obliged to apply certain texts set forth in a certain book and called the laws; and all the other persons who took part in this affair, from the representatives of higher authority down to the last soldier ready to fire upon his brother,—they all accepted themselves in their conventionally accredited characters.
95. Weary at last to theeward come the feet that err,.
96. And the thoughts of those on the Earth shall err concerning them,.
97. Better to err on the side of caution, Higgins assured him unconvincingly,.
98. I think it should be fine, but it’s their job to err on the side of caution,.
99. Annihilationist err because they believe the first death to be the end of those not in Christ,.
1. ERRING ON THE SIDE OF CONSERVATISM.
2. Presumptuous, perhaps, though not erring.
3. I will not say hardened, but erring heart.
4. It may feel to us that the erring activist owes a sorry.
5. The Lord may punish the erring elements and promote the.
6. I don’t think erring on the side of caution was a mistake.
7. Now, the erring child is the corollary of the ignorant child.
8. However, he who sent me is true and faithful; my Father loves even his erring children.
9. They heard the gentle remonstrance of a kindly king with an erring but much-loved minister.
10. This, he said, is a sermon to children; to erring children; to those sad children who have gone astray.
11. You fail to grasp that understanding sympathy which the wise parent entertains for his immature and sometimes erring child.
12. Stryver shouldering him towards the door, with an appearance of showering generosity, forbearance, and goodwill, on his erring head.
13. Judgment, hurried on by Charlotte, had overtaken the erring Hedwig; and the widow, expressing horror and disgust, had turned her out.
14. This is an old custom that some say may be dying out with younger Thais, but erring on the side of conservatism is always a good idea.
15. His erring heart, far from the truth, and his profane mouth, gave glory to idols, deaf and incapable of speaking or aiding, and uttered.
16. Was there no further Report, no News at all but this? Alas, the Paper was far more prolix upon the Subjects of lost Dogs, erring Wives, and facial Washes.
17. But there stood the troops, and the torture did not cease until it had seemed sufficient to the unfortunate, half-intoxicated, erring man called the Governor.
18. I know of no more heartrending cry of despair of an erring man who recognizes his loneliness, than the expression of this idea in the exquisite story, Solitude.
19. Did I not find you erring, and God guided you, poor and God enriched you, enemies each of the other and God reconciled your hearts? Yea indeed, they answered.
20. When Jesus saw this, he said to Ganid: You mean well, but you should not presume thus to speak to the children of God, even though they chance to be his erring children.
21. His erring heart far from the truth and his profane mouth gave glory to idols deaf and incapable of speaking or aiding and uttered unworthy speech against the Greatest God.
22. Without any intervention of an atoning Mediator He will find a way by which to fold again every erring creature in the universe, even Satan himself, beneath His paternal wing.
23. O'MOLLOY: (In barrister's grey wig and stuffgown, speaking with a voice of pained protest) This is no place for indecent levity at the expense of an erring mortal disguised in liquor.
24. Every problem, harassment or other misfortune caused by customs, border police and other erring, non-white, non Anglo-Saxon Protestant officials, was detailed with mind-numbing precision.
25. He is not like Aaron, and Eli, and Abiathar, and Annas, and Caiaphas, an erring and imperfect high priest in dealing with those who come to Him, and spread out their petitions before Him.
26. The terrible error is that one confuses sex-love, love for children, for friends, with love of people through God, of people to whom you are indifferent, and still more of enemies, that is, of erring people.
27. The typist thought it would spoil him; and offered to lay the chaplain twenty to one that Redchester that afternoon would be full of erring children upsetting their fathers' Sunday by wanting to be forgiven.
28. I fear they have sometimes substituted an erring reason for a better guide—the great uncontaminated current of public feeling—the moral sense of the nation, of which the honorable gentleman from Massachusetts (Mr.
29. NICHOLAS IVÁNOVICH [sits pondering, then smiles at his own thoughts] Mary! What is all this for? Why did you invite that wretched, erring man? Why do those noisy women and that priest come into our most intimate life? Can we not settle our own affairs?
30. Or, fourthly, come to the law-courts, and take part in all the senseless cruelties which we commit against men, who are erring and depraved men, and who have become so through our fault,—in the form of imprisonment, exile, solitary confinement, and execution.
31. There might have been lapses of an erring father but he wanted to turn over a new leaf and now, when at long last in sight of the whipping post, to lead a homely life in the evening of his days, permeated by the affectionate surroundings of the heaving bosom of the family.
32. Chairman, at the favorable circumstances, and hail the auspices under which we now meet this question; we are no longer left to erring speculations, to uncertain reasoning, but have under our eyes the sure and infallible test of experience, of practice in war with a naval force.
33. What am I to say, gentlemen of the jury? The hour of judgment has come for me, I feel the hand of God upon me! The end has come to an erring man! But, before God, I repeat to you, I am innocent of my father's blood! For the last time I repeat, it wasn't I killed him! I was erring, but I loved what is good.
34. That glad, happy air, that winsome sky, did at last stroke and caress him; the step-mother world, so long cruel—forbidding—now threw affectionate arms round his stubborn neck, and did seem to joyously sob over him, as if over one, that however wilful and erring, she could yet find it in her heart to save and to bless.
35. But this can only appear so for the man who believes that science, like the Church, is something self-contained, liable to no errors, and not simply the imaginings of weak and erring folk, who merely substitute the imposing word science, in place of the thoughts and words of the people, for the sake of impressiveness.
36. Even at that time men had begun to understand that human laws, though given out for divine laws, were compiled by men, and cannot be infallible, whatever the external majesty with which they are invested, and that erring men are not rendered infallible by assembling together and calling themselves a senate or any other name.
37. However startling the statement, the finite will, erring and rebelling, is represented as setting in eternal opposition to each other the attributes of God—the righteousness which prompts to swift judgment as an eternal necessity of the Divine Nature,—and the grace which remembers mercy and pities the victims of Satanic envy.
38. Even then men began to understand that human laws which were given out as being divine had been written by men, that men could not be infallible, no matter with what external grandeur they might be vested, and that erring men could not become infallible simply because they came together and called themselves a senate or some such name.
39. Women, more especially,—in the continually recurring trials of wounded, wasted, wronged, misplaced, or erring and sinful passion,—or with the dreary burden of a heart unyielded, because unvalued and unsought,—came to Hester's cottage, demanding why they were so wretched, and what the remedy! Hester comforted and counselled them as best she might.
40. All the young men of all Europe are year after year subjected to this trial, and with the rarest exceptions they all renounce everything which is and can be sacred to a man, they all express their readiness to kill their brothers, even their fathers, at the command of the first erring man who is clad in a red livery embroidered with gold, and all they ask is when and whom to kill.
41. Because the appeal allowed by law from the decision of the district courts to the circuit courts, while it corroborates the construction which regards a judge of the one court, as clothed with a new office, by being constituted a judge of the other, submits for correction erroneous judgments, not to superior or other judges, but to the erring individual himself, acting as sole judge in the appellate court.
42. When Jesus intimated that the Father in heaven was interested in the welfare of his children on earth, this young Greek, Anaxand, said: "If the Gods are interested in me, then why do they not remove the cruel and unjust foreman of this workshop?" He was startled when Jesus replied, "Since you know the ways of kindness and value justice, perhaps the Gods have brought this erring man near that you may lead him into this better way.
43. And it is only because of other miserable and erring men like yourself that you have become a soldier, an emperor, a landowner, a capitalist, a priest, or a general; that you commit evil deeds so obviously contrary to the dictates of your heart and reason; that you torture, rob, and murder men, establishing your life on their sufferings; and that, above all, instead of performing your paramount duty of acknowledging and professing the truth which is known to you, you pretend not to know it, concealing it from yourself and others, doing the very opposite of what you have been called to do.
44. It did not occur to Lothario that this man he had seen issuing at such an untimely hour from Anselmo's house could have entered it on Leonela's account, nor did he even remember there was such a person as Leonela; all he thought was that as Camilla had been light and yielding with him, so she had been with another; for this further penalty the erring woman's sin brings with it, that her honour is distrusted even by him to whose overtures and persuasions she has yielded; and he believes her to have surrendered more easily to others, and gives implicit credence to every suspicion that comes into his mind.
45. And hence it follows that as the flesh of the wife is one and the same with that of her husband the stains that may come upon it, or the injuries it incurs fall upon the husband's flesh, though he, as has been said, may have given no cause for them; for as the pain of the foot or any member of the body is felt by the whole body, because all is one flesh, as the head feels the hurt to the ankle without having caused it, so the husband, being one with her, shares the dishonour of the wife; and as all worldly honour or dishonour comes of flesh and blood, and the erring wife's is of that kind, the husband must needs bear his part of it and be held dishonoured without knowing it.
46. He began at Citeaux, to end in Clairvaux; he was ordained abbot by the bishop of Chalon-sur-Saone, Guillaume de Champeaux; he had seven hundred novices, and founded a hundred and sixty monasteries; he overthrew Abeilard at the council of Sens in 1140, and Pierre de Bruys and Henry his disciple, and another sort of erring spirits who were called the Apostolics; he confounded Arnauld de Brescia, darted lightning at the monk Raoul, the murderer of the Jews, dominated the council of Reims in 1148, caused the condemnation of Gilbert de Porea, Bishop of Poitiers, caused the condemnation of Eon de l'Etoile, arranged the disputes of princes, enlightened King Louis the Young, advised Pope Eugene III.
47. On the other hand what incensed him more inwardly was the blatant jokes of the cabman and so on who passed it all off as a jest, laughing 1530 immoderately, pretending to understand everything, the why and the wherefore, and in reality not knowing their own minds, it being a case for the two parties themselves unless it ensued that the legitimate husband happened to be a party to it owing to some anonymous letter from the usual boy Jones, who happened to come across them at the crucial moment in a loving position locked in one another's arms, drawing attention to their illicit proceedings and leading up to a domestic rumpus and the erring fair one begging forgiveness of her lord and master upon her knees and promising to sever the connection and not receive his visits any more if only the aggrieved husband would overlook the matter and let bygones be bygones with tears in her eyes though possibly with her tongue in her fair cheek at the same time as quite possibly there were several others.
48. The man lives peacefully; suddenly people come to him, who say: In the first place, promise and swear to us that you will slavishly obey us in everything which we shall prescribe to you, and that everything we shall invent, determine, and call a law you will consider an indubitable truth and will submit to; in the second place, give part of your earnings into our keeping: we shall use this money for keeping you in slavery and preventing you from forcibly opposing our decrees; in the third place, choose yourself and others as imaginary participants in the government, knowing full well that the government will take place entirely independently of those stupid speeches which you will utter to your like, and that it will take place according to our will, in whose hands is the army; in the fourth place, appear at a set time in court and take part in all those senseless cruelties which we commit against the erring men, whom we ourselves have corrupted, in the shape of imprisonments, exiles, solitary confinements, and capital punishments.
49. And ask him whether it is laudable and worthy of a man, and proper for a Christian, to busy himself, again for money, with catching unfortunate, erring, frequently ignorant, drunken men for appropriating to themselves other people's possessions in much smaller quantities than we appropriate things to ourselves, and for killing men differently from what we are accustomed to kill men, and for this to put them in prisons, and torment, and kill them, and whether it is laudable and worthy of a man and a Christian, again for money, to preach to the masses, instead of Christianity, what is well known to be insipid and harmful superstitions; and whether it is laudable and worthy of a man to take from his neighbour, for the sake of his own lust, what his neighbour needs for the gratification of his prime necessities, as is done by the large landowners; or to compel him to perform labour above his strength, which ruins his life, in order to increase his own wealth, as is done by manufacturers, by owners of factories; or to exploit men's want for the purpose of increasing his wealth, as is done by merchants.
50. But can it be that you have such a strong aversion to men's sufferings, ill treatment, and murder, that you have such an intense need of love and co-operation with your fellows that you see clearly that only by the recognition of the equality of all, and by mutual services, can the greatest possible happiness be realized; that your head and your heart, the faith you profess, and even science itself tell you the same thing, and yet that in spite of it all you can be forced by some confused and complicated reasoning to act in direct opposition to all this; that as landowner or capitalist you are bound to base your whole life on the oppression of the people; that as emperor or president you are to command armies, that is, to be the head and commander of murderers; or that as government official you are forced to take from the poor their last pence for rich men to profit and share them among themselves; or that as judge or juryman you could be forced to sentence erring men to ill treatment and death because the truth was not revealed to them, or above all, for that is the basis of all the evil, that you could be forced to become a soldier, and renouncing your free will and your human sentiments, could undertake to kill anyone at the command of other men?
51. But can it be that, having so strongly rooted an aversion to the suffering of men, to violence, to murder; having such a need of loving your fellow-men, and of being loved by them; seeing clearly, too, that the greatest good possible to men comes from acknowledging human brotherhood, from one serving another: can it be that your heart tells you all this, that you are taught it by your reason, that science repeats it to you, and yet regardless of it, on the strength of some mysterious and complicated argument, you are forced to contradict it all in your daily conduct? Is it possible that, being a landowner or a capitalist, you should establish your life on the oppression of the people; that, being an emperor or a president, you should command armies, and be a leader of murderers; that, being a functionary of State, you should take from the poor their hard-earned money for your own benefit, or for the benefit of the rich; that, being a judge or juror, you should condemn erring men to torture and death, because the truth has not been revealed to them; or, above all, is it possible that you, a youth, should enter the army, doing that upon which all the evil of the world is founded, that, renouncing your own will, all your human sympathy, you should engage at the will of others to murder those whom they bid you murder?
52. But is it possible that the aversion for human sufferings, for tortures, for the killing of men should be so deeply implanted in you; that you should be so imbued with the necessity for loving men and the still more potent necessity of being loved by them; that you should clearly see that only with the recognition of the equality of all men, with their mutual service, is possible the realization of the greatest good which is accessible to men; that your heart, your intellect, the religion professed by you should tell you the same; that science should tell you the same,—and that, in spite of it, you should be by some very dim, complex considerations compelled to do what is precisely opposed to it? that, being a landowner or a capitalist, you should be compelled to construct all your life on the oppression of the masses? or that, being an emperor or a president, you should be compelled to command troops, that is, to be the leader and guide of murderers? or that, being a government official, you should be compelled by violence to take from poor people their hard-earned money, in order to use it yourself and give it to the rich? or that, being a judge, a juror, you should be compelled to sentence erring men to tortures and to death, because the truth has not been revealed to them? or that,—a thing on which all the evil of the world is chiefly based,—you, every young man, should be compelled to become a soldier and, renouncing your own will and all human sentiments, should promise, at the will of men who are alien to you, to kill all those men whom they may command you to kill?
53. His erring child He reconciled,.
1. I have erred, I was a fool.
2. How I have erred and felt the rod!.
3. But he had erred on the right side.
4. Such joy was in my heart that maybe I have erred.
5. After all, it’s for love that we both erred on the sly.
6. He knew that his sons had erred, and did nothing about this.
7. In doing so, I have sometimes erred and learnt by my errors.
8. He also admitted to me that in the past he had erred gravely.
9. In a weak moment I erred and did what I did on Constitution hill.
10. Hymenaeus and Philetus, men who concerning the truth have erred, saying the.
11. I asked Kejriwal later whether he felt he had erred in contesting from Varanasi.
12. Perhaps we erred on the side of caution because the ghosts of 2004 were haunting all of us.
13. But the tempest that raged across her face suggested he may have erred in playing this hand.
14. Let the Spirit of truth guide us into all truth, and cause us to understand wherein we have erred.
15. Not meeting any sufficient response, he went on, "Is it possible that I have erred in my supposition?".
16. When told that he’d misheard a word or two, Homer was unwilling to accept the possibility he’d erred.
17. Had he gravely erred in coming with them? He'd made the decision in haste, and hasty decisions were often wrong.
18. People will lose their souls (the ones who need the gospel and those who have had it but erred from it) (6:20-21).
19. She worried that Anon erred in choosing her, and that she couldn’t possibly live up to the purity of these elves.
20. Wonderful eleventh century Churchman that he was, he erred enormously in his ontological proof of the existence of God.
21. On the one hand one had been affronted, while on the other the Chief Secretary now realised he had erred in his judgement.
22. If I erred in doing so, I ask your forgiveness, but you have far too many other and completely valid things to worry about.
23. Hymenaeus and Philetus, men who concerning the truth have erred, saying the resurrection is past already (2 Timothy 10-19).
24. Have wanted too much to return, and erred, methinks, most gravely in bringing Ralph here, to this cabin in the whale’s belly.
25. He wore knickerbockers and stockings, and his legs had a classic refinement that erred, if at all, on the side of over-slenderness.
26. He knew the instant he had erred in his judgement as the mind-cane tumbled him from sleep, its warmth on his arm almost piercing skin.
27. Viscotti,** the issue was whether the trial court erred in taking the first 12 jurors from the panel rather than selecting 12 at random.
28. Where I badly erred was in not maintaining a sufficient firewall between the BJP politicians involved in the sting and our own reporting team.
29. Then, when they regretted, and realized that they had erred, they said, Unless our Lord extends His mercy to us, and forgives us, we will be among the losers.
30. Dixit and Nalebuff approach the story as a game-theory puzzle and conclude that the second woman erred in agreeing with King Solomon to divide the child in half.
31. Those who study the character of God but do not have the fear of Him in their heart which causes them to depart from private sin in their lives have erred greatly.
32. Did I say something wrong? I thought I could manage a simple greeting… He continued going over the motions with his hands, trying to figure out where he had erred.
33. Their having erred is no proof of my going to err; besides, there is a great difference between the ravings of idealogues and the facts based on sound, economic science.
34. No, sir, Administration has erred in the steps which it has taken to restore peace, but its error has been not in doing too little, but in betraying too great a solicitude for that event.
35. But both alike erred, from failing to grasp the truth which would have reconciled them—that man has lost the hope of life eternal under the law, and regains it by the grace of God in redemption.
36. And it is really very surprising that you should be so kind, for I have been a shrew to you often, and have been absorbed in my own affairs, and have not erred on the side of over-sympathy about yours.
37. After all, what does His modifying some ayats or rescinding the others suggest? Above all, how could have He erred in such a vital matter of man’s rebirth, on which He changed tack in the Quran! First of all, there is this ayat, 55.
38. Well, and then we continue: 'Under these circumstances the court erred in imposing on Maslova punishment, and the application to her of section 3, chapter 771 of the Code was a serious violation of the basic principles of the criminal law.
39. She now found that she had erred in relying on Elinor's representation of herself; and justly concluded that every thing had been expressly softened at the time, to spare her from an increase of unhappiness, suffering as she then had suffered for Marianne.
40. She now found that she had erred in relying on Elinor’s representation of herself; and justly concluded that every thing had been expressly softened at the time, to spare her from an increase of unhappiness, suffering as she then had suffered for Marianne.
41. Wade prided himself first that the family fortune had been made honestly, by the rise in Manhattan real estate; and last, that the Wade name stood in the business world to-day as a symbol of integrity that erred, if it erred at all, on the side of over-scrupulousness.
42. Could it be hurtful to send for some one---some minister of any denomination, it does not matter which---to explain it, and show you how very far you have erred from its precepts; and how unfit you will be for its heaven, unless a change takes place before you die?
43. Could it be hurtful to send for some one—some minister of any denomination, it does not matter which—to explain it, and show you how very far you have erred from its precepts; and how unfit you will be for its heaven, unless a change takes place before you die?’.
44. For in the resurrection of the dead have you not read in the book of Moses how from the bush has God said to him I am the God of Abraham and the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob? And God is not the God of the dead but of the living for all of them are alive with him; And you have erred greatly.
45. What a brute he had been! At it again? A fair unsullied soul had called to him and, wretch that he was, how had he answered? An utter cad he had been! He of all men! But there was an infinite store of mercy in those eyes, for him too a word of pardon even though he had erred and sinned and wandered.
46. The Inquisitor General was right about that, too, and if the Inquisition erred, if the innocent perished as the price of combating the corrupt and the vile, then God and the Archangels would gather those innocent souls in arms of love and soothe away the memory of their suffering in the joyous glory of God’s own presence.
47. Jesus answered and said to them Is it not for this that you have erred because you know not the scriptures nor the power of God? And the sons of this world take wives and the women become the men's; but those who have become worthy of that world and the resurrection from among the dead do not take wives and the women also do not become the men's.
48. And careworn hearts were there and toilers for their daily bread and many who had erred and wandered, their eyes wet with contrition but for all that bright with hope for the reverend father Father Hughes had told them what the great saint Bernard said in his famous prayer of Mary, the most pious Virgin's intercessory power that it was not recorded in any age that those who implored her powerful protection were ever abandoned by her.
49. You have erred, perhaps, he observed, taking up a glowing cinder with the tongs and lighting with it the long cherry-wood pipe which was wont to replace his clay when he was in a disputatious rather than a meditative mood—you have erred perhaps in attempting to put colour and life into each of your statements instead of confining yourself to the task of placing upon record that severe reasoning from cause to effect which is really the only notable feature about the thing.
50. And again I saw those sheep that they again erred and went many ways and forsook that their house and the Lord of the sheep called some from among the sheep and sent them to the sheep but the sheep began to kill them; And one of them was saved and was not killed and it sped away and cried aloud over the sheep; and they sought to kill it but the Lord of the sheep saved it from the sheep and brought it up to me and caused it to dwell there; And many other sheep He sent to those sheep to testify to them and lament over them; And after that I saw that when they forsook the house of the Lord and His tower they fell away entirely and their eyes were blinded; and I saw the Lord of the sheep how He wrought much slaughter among them in their herds until those sheep invited that slaughter and betrayed His place; And He gave them over into the hands of the lions and tigers and wolves and hyenas and into the hand of the foxes and to all the wild beasts and those wild beasts began to tear in pieces those sheep; And I saw that He forsook that their house and their tower and gave them all into the hand of the lions to tear and devour them into the hand of all the wild beasts; And I began to cry aloud with all my power and to appeal to the Lord of the sheep and to represent to Him in regard to the sheep that they were devoured by all the wild beasts; But He remained unmoved though He saw it and rejoiced that they were devoured and swallowed and robbed and left them to be devoured in the hand of all the beasts; And He called seventy shepherds and throw those sheep to those who they might pasture them and He spoke to the shepherds and their companions: 'Let each individual of you pasture the sheep from now onwards and everything that I shall command you that do you; And I will deliver them over to you duly numbered and tell you which of them are to be destroyed and them you destroy; And he gave over to them those sheep; And He called another and spoke to him: 'Observe and mark everything that the shepherds will do to those sheep; for they will destroy more of them than I have commanded them; And every excess and the destruction which will be wrought through the shepherds record namely how many they destroy according to my command and how many according to their own caprice: record against every individual shepherd all the destruction he effects; And read out before me by number how many they destroy and how many they deliver over for destruction that I may have this as a testimony against them and know every deed of the shepherds that I may comprehend and see what they do whether or not they abide by my command which I have commanded them; But they shall not know it and you shall not declare it to them nor admonish them but only record against each individual all the destruction which the shepherds effect each in his time and lay it all before me.
51. And again I saw those sheep that they again erred and went many ways, and forsook that their house, and the Lord of the sheep called some from among the sheep and sent them to the sheep, but the sheep began to kill them; And one of them was saved and was not killed, and it sped away and cried aloud over the sheep; and they sought to kill it, but the Lord of the sheep saved it from the sheep, and brought it up to me, and caused it to dwell there; And many other sheep He sent to those sheep to testify to them and lament over them; And after that I saw that when they forsook the house of the Lord and His tower they fell away entirely, and their eyes were blinded; and I saw the Lord of the sheep how He wrought much slaughter among them in their herds until those sheep invited that slaughter and betrayed His place; And He gave them over into the hands of the lions and tigers, and wolves and hyenas, and into the hand of the foxes, and to all the wild beasts, and those wild beasts began to tear in pieces those sheep; And I saw that He forsook that their house and their tower and gave them all into the hand of the lions, to tear and devour them, into the hand of all the wild beasts; And I began to cry aloud with all my power, and to appeal to the Lord of the sheep, and to represent to Him in regard to the sheep that they were devoured by all the wild beasts; But He remained unmoved, though He saw it, and rejoiced that they were devoured and swallowed and robbed, and left them to be devoured in the hand of all the beasts; And He called seventy shepherds, and throw those sheep to those who they might pasture them, and He spoke to the shepherds and their companions: 'Let each individual of you pasture the sheep from now onwards, and everything that I shall command you that do you; And I will deliver them over to you duly numbered, and tell you which of them are to be destroyed and them you destroy; And he gave over to them those sheep; And He called another and spoke to him: 'Observe and mark everything that the shepherds will do to those sheep; for they will destroy more of them than I have commanded them; And every excess and the destruction which will be wrought through the shepherds, record namely how many they destroy according to my command, and how many according to their own caprice: record against every individual shepherd all the destruction he effects; And read out before me by number how many they destroy, and how many they deliver over for destruction, that I may have this as a testimony against them, and know every deed of the shepherds, that I may comprehend and see what they do, whether or not they abide by my command which I have commanded them; But they shall not know it, and you shall not declare it to them, nor admonish them, but only record against each individual all the destruction which the shepherds effect each in his time and lay it all before me.
52. Freud was accurate in observing that anatomy is destiny, but erred in his explanation,.
1. He errs in that.
2. My Lord never errs, nor does He forget.
3. He errs in that he does not give God the.
4. It is not made for that; it errs gayly, our gentle love.
5. But when he errs or treads evil paths they tend to feel that he is.
6. He errs in that he does not give God the power to raise the dead for judgment.
7. Without it, SGPLOT errs on the side of caution and just assumes that you are graphing linear data.
8. Sometimes to keep your good rapport with your friends, you should ignore their shortcomings and errs.
9. Why, yes, he said: how can any reasonable being ever identify that which is infallible with that which errs?
10. He errs in that he does not give God the power to raise the dead for judgment and punishment if the punishment is to be death.
11. In judging others, a man labors in vain, errs often, and easily sins; but in judging and looking into himself, he always labors with fruit.
12. Anglo-American is right in saying that my short paper in Harper’s Weekly errs in giving two bronze groups after Barye to Mount Vernon Square, Baltimore, instead of four.
13. It is certain that the English public greatly errs if it attributes the fewness of avowed conversions to the lack of ability, zeal, or holy character in the general body of modern missionaries.
14. Because the principled conservative errs on the side of human freedom and less government interference in private lives, at present and until shown otherwise the principled conservative should conclude this is genetic versus simply a lifestyle choice.
15. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena; whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs and comes short again and again; who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions, and spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best, knows in the end the triumph of high achievement; and who, at worst, if he fails at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat - Theodore Roosevelt.
16. The first is some words that I have read in the preface; the next that the language is Aragonese, for sometimes he writes without articles; and the third, which above all stamps him as ignorant, is that he goes wrong and departs from the truth in the most important part of the history, for here he says that my squire Sancho Panza's wife is called Mari Gutierrez, when she is called nothing of the sort, but Teresa Panza; and when a man errs on such an important point as this there is good reason to fear that he is in error on every other point in the history.

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