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    1. Raising a child who has healthy self esteem and belief in her own

    2. he did, he held Jehovah in a very inferior esteem

    3. We esteem them as with great worth

    4. They both reciprocate the same esteem for one another, but in two different and distinct ways

    5. has taken it’s toll on his self esteem

    6. Who knows what the future holds? These trinkets express only a fraction of my love, respect and esteem for you, carissima mea, I could purchase or steal every ounce of gold in the world and it would not reflect the depth of my love

    7. We looked at our self esteem, beliefs, values, strengths and life purpose

    8. In their professional capacities they had both heard about a foxy old publicist who spent his summers on this very same Caribbean paradise isle, a wily old dog of a man who was held in the highest esteem by stars and celebrities the world over

    9. Because of the esteem in which his father was held, his

    10. and envy lead to both esteem and spite

    11. esteem by stars and celebrities the world over

    12. detractors - and he was held in the highest esteem by the

    13. find favor and high esteem in the

    14. proving that the Athenians esteem them in

    15. Their mistress had moved up a notch in their esteem; she was becoming a more modern girl

    16. Anyone can practice this kind of humility, no matter how high or low he or she is held in the esteem of society

    17. The Hebrew language having no connection with classical learning, and, except the Holy Scriptures, being the language of not a single book in any esteem the study of it did not commonly commence till after that of philosophy, and when the student had entered upon the study of theology

    18. The clergy of an established and well endowed religion frequently become men of learning and elegance, who possess all the virtues of gentlemen, or which can recommend them to the esteem of gentlemen; but they are apt gradually to lose the qualities, both good and bad, which gave them authority and influence with the inferior ranks of people, and which had perhaps been the original causes of the success and establishment of their religion

    19. fruquently, too, by cultivating all those arts which best deserve, and which are therefore most likely to gain them, the esteem of people of rank and fortune; by their knowledge in all the different branches of useful and ornamental learning, by the decent liberality of their manners, by the social good humour of their conversation, and by their avowed contempt of those absurd and hypocritical austerities which fanatics inculcate and pretend to practise, in order to draw upon themselves the veneration, and upon the greater part of men of rank and fortune, who avow that they do not practise them, the abhorrence of the common people

    20. He gains their esteem and affection, by that plan of life which his own interest and situation would lead him to follow

    21. Surely he hath borne our griefs, and carried our sorrows: yet we did esteem him stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted

    22. Raven saw her esteem falter, a flash of pain in her eyes

    23. explaining the lack of a social life, and self esteem

    24. esteem in the eyes of Niki, to the point where he might not need as much cosmetic

    25. Something which happens often in my limited experience with diplomats whom I hold in very low esteem!

    26. Arrogance, the off-spring of Low Esteem, is (fortunately) balanced, however, by the professional demeanor of other (exceptional) athletes with little or nothing to prove, whose quiet tenor, and business like attitude, free of pretentious designs and excessive self-regard; that is to say, individuals who are comfortable with themselves and in themselves, who feel that they have nothing to prove and are (generally) less likely to be influenced by money and glamour; speaks volumes about the fundamental character of an emotional secure individual

    27. In oriental cultures an engineer was held in higher esteem than the physician

    28. Complete or unqualified compatibility with another individual; that is to say, a relationship mutually committed to achieving the highest levels of esteem without bias or prejudice (however unlikely from the standpoint of our respective natures and conditioning) would require a severing of the subject (individual) of our interest from the thematic elements that typically structure the character of (that) subject/individual thereby separating (that) ―Individual‖ from the ―Ideas‖ that properly qualify and provide moral and intellectual sustenance to (that) Individual

    29. This does not necessarily preclude, however, the potential for every individual to attain appropriate levels of honor and (self) esteem that sets the proper standards for others to follow; that is to say, lends character and dignity to that whole

    30. But her mission of caring led her to the height of esteem

    31. esteem will suffer and we’ll end up angry or hating the object of

    32. General Tyrpledge rolled his eyes in an almost shocking expression of unadulterated lack of esteem

    33. “Would you keep on performing on a stage when all the viewers had left? I could admire you for your dedication, but I generally hold fools in low esteem

    34. Indeed, what you and your master held in such high esteem as artifacts of a long lost civilization are nothing more than the detritus of a certain kind of people in the developed universe that are filled with ennui, and find such games on shellworlds a welcome diversion

    35. 19 Will he esteem your riches? No, not gold, nor all the forces of strength

    36. Unfortunately I cannot prove the following statement, but I suspect the reason for this may be as a result of Joseph’s high esteem in Egypt

    37. Beard: To esteem someone highly; years that show wisdom; to be covered in authority; neatly trimmed: sane, together; or messy: crazy; plucked or

    38. What is the value of the life of a single scout? If he never comes back, we only trouble ourselves to remember in what direction he went, not who he was or in how much esteem he was held by his family

    39. “He also told me he holds my grandfather second in esteem only to Kaidu

    40. beginning with establishing a personality built on self esteem and commitment

    41. But, I wish they would have more self esteem and do a better job whenever they had a chance

    42. Such an environment was repugnant to Roger, unhealthy for their children, and uncharacteristic of Josie who had such a high esteem for the concept of the Christian family that she chose the name La Familia for the Catholic bookstore she conceived and brought to fruition

    43. have held me in high esteem for my honesty and transparency

    44. Is it any wonder that the current polls show that the people of the country holds the members of Congress in such low esteem? As stated previously by

    45. The reputation of the business is foremost on your thoughts and lips, without fear the business can be represented knowing that it is held in high esteem in the community and the business world

    46. With that momentum and the esteem I will have gained for my work here today, I will be difficult to topple, and I fear nothing so crude as a knife in the back

    47. Waesch “in the highest esteem

    48. Even those who are seen as being the bulwarks of this culture can scarcely be trusted, for all flesh is grass; how much esteem should it be given? There’s not a more fertile branch of science to view the banality of man’s brainpan than the field of astronomy

    49. Moreover you will hold his sister in esteem when she comes to you

    50. rodents still hold cats in high esteem

    1. commandment of his lips; I have esteemed the words of his

    2. will be valued, regarded and esteemed by those who

    3. Harold was esteemed well enough in his own Company, and had already brought so much business through their doors that they were more than willing to spare him the holidays

    4. The rent of the land which affords such singular and esteemed productions, like the rent of some vineyards in France of a peculiarly happy soil and situation, bears no regular proportion to the rent of other equally fertile and equally well cultivated land in its neighbourhood

    5. And I know how fortunate I’ve been to gain a place in this esteemed household

    6. Sorex, irked by his father’s sly retort, did not wish to appear anything less than collected in front of his esteemed guest and simply chuckled

    7. “Our esteemed king had a very disturbing dream the other night, from which he awoke fearful and drenched in sweat

    8. “I mean very simply that the Emperor’s esteemed Guard has seen fit to rid you of that slithering mass of self-important butchers

    9. Each of these public appearances, was met with polite expressions of greeting from all those who encountered Mr Snickerty, and such felicitations were volleyed by that latter gentlemen in the same respectful and formal manner as they were served up, as was only to be expected of such an accomplished and esteemed authority

    10. But though, in the end of the fifteenth century, the muslins and other cotton goods of the East Indies were much esteemed in every part of Europe, the cotton manufacture itself was not cultivated in any part of it

    11. ‘I have ensured he will not be passing on any information regarding our esteemed physicist friend

    12. The former is generally admired and revered by the common people; the latter is commonly more esteemed and adopted by what are called the people of fashion

    13. They are listened to, esteemed, and respected by their superiors; but before their inferiors they are frequently incapable of defending, effectually, and to the conviction of such hearers, their own sober and moderate doctrines, against the most ignorant enthusiast who chooses to attack them

    14. He is despised and rejected of men; a man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief: and we hid as it were our faces from him; he was despised, and we esteemed him not

    15. , was not perfected till after 1760 It is esteemed one of the most accurate that has ever been made

    16. “They talk like they do because like our esteemed commander Haig and the old fart that has just been talking to us they are all cavalry or ex-cavalry Officers

    17. Something doesn’t feel right with our esteemed portraitist

    18. The highly esteemed shall be abandoned,

    19. Amonas shared his memories from a time that seemed remote now, when master Olom was a close visiting friend of his father’s; a time when Olom had not become shunned by most of his peers and practically forced to live as a recluse and a hermit, rather than an esteemed member of the Curatoria Prefecta

    20. And the repentant shall be esteemed

    21. Luk 16:15 And he said unto them, Ye are they which justify yourselves before men; but God knoweth your hearts: for that which is highly esteemed among men is abomination in the sight of God

    22. 17 And that your handmaid has not eaten at Aman's table, and that I have not greatly esteemed the king's feast, nor drunk the wine of

    23. 12 Neither have I gone back from the commandment of his lips; I have esteemed the words of his mouth more than my necessary

    24. 1Cor 6:4 If then ye have judgments of things pertaining to this life, set them to judge who are least esteemed in the church

    25. This does not mean: NOT the highly educated theologian, the scribe, the Pharisee, the preacher, the priest, the pastor or doctor and the professor, but he whom is the least esteemed!

    26. very little while, and Lebanon shall be turned into a fruitful field, and the fruitful field shall be esteemed as a forest? 18 And in that

    27. Hiacoomes was very much enjoying trading with them since they esteemed merchants and made them most welcome

    28. 2 The precious sons of Zion, comparable to fine gold, how are they esteemed as earthen pitchers, the work of the hands of the

    29. “I assume you have heard about the premature demise of your esteemed cousin, Khan George?”

    30. 16 We are esteemed of him as counterfeits: he abstains from our ways as from filthiness: he pronounces the end of the just to be

    31. 8 I preferred her before sceptres and thrones, and esteemed riches nothing in comparison of her

    32. 7 That the land, which you esteemed above all other, might receive a worthy colony of God's children

    33. 25 Gold and silver make the foot stand sure, but counsel is esteemed above them both

    34. And there shall be no iron for war, nor shall one clothe oneself with a breastplate; Bronze shall be of no service; And tin shall be of no service and shall not be esteemed,

    35. No, it was my older brothers and their esteemed friends who took it upon

    36. 50 And when all the men of the city heard the words of Shechem and his father Hamor, then all the men of their city were agreeable to this proposal, and they obeyed to be circumcised, for Shechem and his father Hamor were greatly esteemed by them, being the princes of the land

    37. 27 And all the women of Egypt came to visit her, and they said to her, Why are you in this declining state? You who lack nothing; surely your husband is a great and esteemed prince in the sight of the king, should you lack anything of what your heart desires?

    38. And there shall be no iron for war nor shall one clothe oneself with a breastplate; Bronze shall be of no service; And tin shall be of no service and shall not be esteemed

    39. 50 And when all the men of the city heard the words of Shechem and his father Hamor then all the men of their city were agreeable to this proposal and they obeyed to be circumcised for Shechem and his father Hamor were greatly esteemed by them being the princes of the land

    40. 27 And all the women of Egypt came to visit her and they said to her Why are you in this declining state? You who lack nothing; surely your husband is a great and esteemed prince in the sight of the king should you lack anything of what your heart desires?

    41. I am confident that under the continued leadership of my good friend and colleague James Whalen, and the able guidance of my esteemed vice chairman, Herman Muller, the course has been set for what will remain a strong, vibrant institution of higher education

    42. 4 He bears our sins and suffers pain on our account and we esteemed him as one in toil stricken and afflicted

    43. The honor of announcing the good news to the esteemed

    44. Judges and Magistrates are highly esteemed members of society

    45. “That was our esteemed leader from the house of commons,” she said

    46. He wasn't talking about how the Astrakhan's were esteemed but he directly attacked Alice and convinced the Astrakhan's that she had not been fully informed of the treaty they had

    47. elections and bribing our esteemed politicians

    48. If I were to go public with the following account I will not only be lambasted by my comrades but I could also be revoked of my esteemed license

    49. even more important, the very different ways they are socially evaluated and esteemed

    50. not feel esteemed, or easily esteem themselves, beneath the surface because it is the

    1. hundred men, and esteeming this destruction of the wicked a season of joy

    2. Esteeming the reproach of Christ greater riches than the treasures in Egypt: for he had respect unto the recompence of the reward

    3. 14 Then they punished and destroyed with ignominy every polluted Jew who fell in their way; 15 killing such in that day above three hundred men and esteeming this destruction of the wicked a season of joy

    4. Moses was a young man of like passions with yourselves;�but see what is said of him in Scripture: "By faith Moses, when he was come to age, refused to be called the son of Pharaoh's daughter; choosing rather to suffer affliction with the people of God, than to enjoy the pleasures of sin for a season; esteeming the reproach of Christ greater riches than the treasures of Egypt: for he had respect unto the recompense of the reward" (Heb

    5. esteeming the cross of Christ, and sufferings

    6. , and esteeming him very highly, I willingly take exceptions to his exposition of this scripture, feeling quite sure he will appreciate every honest effort toward a clearer understanding of the scriptures

    7. Now, that which imparts truth to the known and the power of knowing to the knower is what I would have you term the idea of good, and this you will deem to be the cause of science, and of truth in so far as the latter becomes the subject of knowledge; beautiful too, as are both truth and knowledge, you will be right in esteeming this other nature as more beautiful than either; and, as in the previous instance, light and sight may be truly said to be like the sun, and yet not to be the sun, so in this other sphere, science and truth may be deemed to be like the good, but not the good; the good has a place of honour yet higher

    8. Well, I said, and you would agree (would you not?) that what has been said about the State and the government is not a mere dream, and although difficult not impossible, but only possible in the way which has been supposed; that is to say, when the true philosopher kings are born in a State, one or more of them, despising the honours of this present world which they deem mean and worthless, esteeming above all things right and the honour that springs from right, and regarding justice as the greatest and most necessary of all things, whose ministers they are, and whose principles will be exalted by them when they set in order their own city?

    9. ‘We belong to different camps, but that does not prevent my esteeming her as she deserves

    10. There are thousands who are in opinion opposed to slavery and to the war, who yet in effect do nothing to put an end to them; who, esteeming themselves children of Washington and Franklin, sit down with their hands in their pockets, and say that they know not what to do, and do nothing; who even postpone the question of freedom to the question of free-trade, and quietly read the prices-current along with the latest advices from Mexico, after dinner, and, it may be, fall asleep over them both

    11. I hasten to emphasize the fact that I am far from esteeming myself capable of reporting all that took place at the trial in full detail, or even in the actual order of events

    12. We, Christian nations, whose spiritual life is one and the same, who welcome the birth of every wholesome and profitable thought with joy and pride, from whatsoever quarter of the globe it may spring, regardless of race or creed; we, who love not only the philanthropists, the poets, the philosophers, and the scientists of other lands; we, who take as much pride in the heroism of a Father Damien as if it was our own; we, who love the French, the Germans, the Americans, and the English, not only esteeming their qualities, but ready to meet them with cordial friendship; we, who not only would be shocked to consider war with them in the light of an exploit,—when we picture to ourselves the possibility that at some future day a difference may arise between us that can only be reconciled by murder, and that any one of us may be called upon to play his part in an inevitable tragedy,—we shudder at the thought

    13. “We belong to different camps, but that does not prevent my esteeming her as she deserves

    1. In world terms, it esteems that there are million of nonprofit organizations

    2. esteems iron as straw, and brass as rotten wood

    3. He alone is a superior person who esteems virtue and is observant of his duty

    4. Who does stop the sap from reaching the ripe fruits? If it is not so, they (the fruits) will continue to grow more and more, for example the apple will be in a huge and in a great unacceptable size, How Great is He Who esteems everything in a very proper balance?

    5. “When a culture esteems certain virtues, it is often professing that it lacks these virtues and therefore they are highly valued and prized

    6. He may, of course, think too well of himself, but I hope he esteems me, too

    7. "I would not marry him if I were not convinced that he esteems me and thinks highly of me

    8. esteems you, as you said

    9. I have always heard him spoken of as such, and your brother I know esteems him highly

    10. "Madame," answered the count, "you are under the roof of one who esteems himself most

    11. "Albert, Albert," said Madame de Morcerf, in a tone of mild reproof, "what are you saying? Ah, count, he esteems you so highly, tell him that he has spoken amiss

    12. He esteems me highly

    13. In showing kindness to his cousins therefore he had the real satisfaction of a good heart; and in settling a family of females only in his cottage, he had all the satisfaction of a sportsman; for a sportsman, though he esteems only those of his sex who are sportsmen likewise, is not often desirous of encouraging their taste by admitting them to a residence within his own manor

    14. He may, of course, think too well of himself, but I hope he esteems me, too…

    15. In what way will you get convincing proof to-day that you can respect him, and that he … esteems you, as you said

    16. "He is a young French author," he said; "look at it,—it is not bad; he knows you and esteems you very much," he added, as though to encourage me

    17. But what is the Moscow public? It is but a hundredth part of that public which, while considering itself most highly enlightened, esteems it a merit to have so lost the capacity of being infected by art, that not only can it witness this stupid sham without being revolted, but can even take delight in it

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    esteem regard respect admiration be known as know as look on look upon regard as repute take to be think of prise prize value appreciation estimate valuation deference homage favour honour reverence treasure appreciate revere account deem consider