Oraciones con la palabra "evidence"

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1. We have it in evidence.
2. Look for evidence of a.
3. He seizes it as evidence.
4. You will be the evidence.
5. I had run out of evidence.
6. We had even more evidence.
7. Best Evidence by David S.

8. The only evidence of any.
9. Typical of the evidence Dr.
10. No beer in evidence today.
11. Show me any evidence that.
12. I just follow the evidence.
13. There was no evidence the.
14. The kid was not in evidence.
15. There was some evidence of.
16. He’s in the evidence room.
17. Well, there may be evidence.
18. There is some evidence that.
19. There was never any evidence.
20. Because all of the evidence.
21. They were evidence of safety.
22. But they had no evidence of.
23. No evidence of Alan was found.
24. What is called legal evidence.
25. None of them fit the evidence.
26. It is arguing without evidence.
27. You should show your evidence.
28. The evidence is not convincing.
29. His gory bat bore the evidence.
30. To him it was more evidence of.
31. All evidence to the contrary.
32. There was no evidence of Eric's.
33. There's actually evidence of it.
34. This is crime scene evidence.
35. What does the evidence suggest?
36. Hackett has no evidence with him.
37. He could manipulate the evidence.
38. Every scrap of evidence they had.
39. Evidence in both the office and.
40. It’s hardly evidence of murder.
41. But she can alter her evidence.
42. The evidence for this is in the.
43. Well, there had been no evidence.
44. I'd seen plenty evidence of that.
45. We’ve got no forensic evidence.
46. But here’s the real evidence.
47. I want to see the evidence myself.
48. There was no evidence against him.
49. A testimony is the evidence that.
50. There is also fossil evidence of.
51. The evidence at trial was shaky.
52. The physical evidence, along with.
53. The evidence had to be irrefutable.
54. There is virtually no evidence of.
55. Given this abundant evidence with.
56. That's not a whole lot of evidence.
57. This is surely evidence that love.
58. There is also evidence that the.
59. Such evidence was not long in coming.
60. But the evidence is not fragmentary.
61. Evidence of His existence and love.
62. The unmistakable evidence was that.
63. Then Úrsula gave in to the evidence.
64. And 99% of the actual hard evidence.
65. This is more evidence that ancient.
66. His silence is evidence enough for me.
67. They require evidence for themselves.
68. Evidence of a protective effect for.
69. But what about that evidence? Can a.
70. You should review the evidence, Ms.
71. But we’ve seen no evidence of this.
72. The evidence that will be furnished.
73. Evidence, his magnum opus was called.
74. I pointed it out to the evidence man.
75. There’s not a shred of evidence.
76. There is no scientific evidence that.
77. In evidence of exactly that, by 1936 L.
78. After you weigh all the evidence, if.
79. There was no new evidence of any kind.
80. But that is evidence of its existence.
81. Growth is the only evidence of life.
82. Hopefully, the evidence is still there.
83. The necessary evidence is provided by.
84. Better have some pictures for evidence.
85. You heard the evidence at the trial.
86. However, some evidence indicates that.
87. No evidence exists after the cremation.
88. I ran the whole body of evidence by him.
89. But surely your evidence is conclusive.
90. They only had circumstantial evidence.
91. It symbolizes evidence of the purging.
92. Evidence for these events is found in.
93. We cite evidence from the Geeta itself.
94. Thunder without any evidence of a storm.
95. My family is evidence enough of that.
96. Though the evidence supporting the use.
97. Leave the evidence for others to examine.
98. The evidence in Ezekiel and Revelation.
99. There was no evidence that others were.
100. Susan stood before a glass evidence wall.
1. When there is a break in the symmetry of awareness (for example, when a desire arises — evidencing attractions and aversions) a universe manifests.
2. In the section describing trading opportunities, we presented data evidencing frequent deviations of option market prices both toward being overvalued and undervalued.
3. Furthermore, the pentagram directly refers to Venus and Isaiah 14:12 directly refers to Marduk and the Priesthood of Belial, further evidencing that Islam was purposely built around Babylonian.
4. The subscription privilege was to run to November 1, 1938, and was protected by a provision for the issuance of a detached warrant evidencing the same privilege per share in case the preferred stock was redeemed prior to November 1, 1938.
5. This resolution is not an answer to a Message from the President of the United States; there are not in it any words of relation between it and a message evidencing an expression or intended direction of that nature; neither are there in it any words manifesting an intention to transmit it to him as an address; for these and other reasons, which, if necessary, might be mentioned, it does not appear that this joint resolution can, with any propriety, be named an answer or response to a Message from the President, or an address to him.
1. The last years repeatedly evidenced what.
2. As evidenced by what Peter says regarding the.
3. This was evidenced by a gap in both their journals.
4. This is evidenced by the data presented in Figure 1.
5. Its use is evidenced throughout the Hebrew canon and.
6. The market is in a downtrend, evidenced by a long black day.
7. Abraham, as evidenced by their texts and many historical facts.
8. Alex could hardly contain his excitement, as evidenced by the.
9. The market has been lower, as evidenced by another long black day.
10. This is evidenced by studies in adult nonhuman primates where early.
11. This is further evidenced by the undeniable and verifiable fact that the.
12. I am not aware that anyone has done a properly evidenced study of this yet.
13. Accordingly, I have proven that the symbolism evidenced in the canons of all.
14. This theory has been exceptionally influential, as evidenced by the fact that.
15. The structure of the symbology evidenced throughout the Hebrew canon and ancient Egypt.
16. The smile disappeared from her face, and a wrinkle on her brow evidenced her suffering.
17. Major was proud enough for both of us, as evidenced in the huge grin on her face when she.
18. That we are in a period of transition is evidenced by the unrest which is everywhere apparent.
19. Rather it seems attributable to the talents evidenced by the GPs in accessing capital markets.
20. When the stock price spiked, long call positions paid off handsomely, as evidenced by the 701.
21. They were making it work quite obviously, as evidenced by Solin’s emerging signs of pregnancy.
22. As evidenced above, there are a number of options when it comes to payment solutions for business.
23. Any imbalanced excess or lacking of the human psyche is ultimately evidenced as psychobiologic pain.
24. Accordingly, when you remove the sections that stand out as obvious later additions–as evidenced by.
25. These swings create patterns, as evidenced in the price movements of a market at every degree of trend.
26. According to Time, he has battled terrorism, as evidenced by his conviction of the Times Square bomber.
27. Neither Krane nor Ancor were expecting that remark, as evidenced by the look of surprise in their faces.
28. The episodic evolution of this enhancement is evidenced within the science of geology’s fossil record.
29. A: The trader’s variation has been steadily increasing, evidenced by the expanding upper and lower bands.
30. He drove them all, maids, matrons and widows, and toward all he evidenced the same uncompromising contempt.
31. Carol’s vision of true success was the intangible that could only be evidenced by the people around her.
32. What foresight he had shown in inventing such a thing! If only he had evidenced just a bit more foresight.
33. Some of these teasings occurred as a byproduct of the massive extinctions evidenced in the geological record.
34. A definite deterioration in the upward strength is evidenced by long upper shadows on the second and third days.
35. It could not be seen by his achievements nor was evidenced by his great physical person, but was in the spirit.
36. Serena’s faith had been a sure thing as evidenced by how she had defined her life in her belief in her Savior.
37. Some glanced up as Colling and Oblieska entered, but none evidenced any particular interest in the two newcomers.
38. This was evidenced by the very yellow eyes, constant runny noses, and overall unhealthy appearance of many of them.
39. However, individuals with pre-existing kidney disease should be cautious as evidenced by the development of kidney.
40. In fact, more than 75% of the trades in this group had negative returns, as evidenced by the 3rd Quartile return of –2.
41. My rule for these is simple: the market is confused (as evidenced by the price action) and I do not have to have a position.
42. He was a short, dark man; handsome though his physique evidenced that he habitually ate better than any dozen of his tenants.
43. In this way religion both co-ops and is co-opted by the ruling culture, as is evidenced when religion supports national wars.
44. That (certain) scars never completely heal is evidenced by recent demonstrations protesting America‘s pending war with Iraq.
45. His early fifty years were evidenced by his closely cropped greying hair and aged skin that hung jowl like from high cheek bones.
46. However, more than half of the short put trades were profitable in all years, as evidenced by the consistently positive median returns.
47. This cannot be evidenced any more so than during the last few years as the industrial metals took a wild ride with the global stock market.
48. Scientists have often evidenced that even the most gifted amid us use only a small percentage of their intellectual and physical potential.
49. This is evidenced by Figure 7-8, which shows the Dow’s value using the Glassman-Hassett growth assumptions over a range of discount rates.
50. The market has traded in this range before, and clearly this represents a very significant area of price consolidation as evidenced by the VAP.
51. As is evidenced by these data, gaps in and of themselves have a very high probability of being filled on the same day on which they are created.
52. They are prescribed for everything from depression and anxiety to PMS, and they are apparently quite addictive, as evidenced by the research study.
53. There was an innate refinement, a languid queenly hauteur about Gerty which was unmistakably evidenced in her delicate hands and higharched instep.
54. The best way to determine whether a patent is valuable is to understand if it has any commercial value, as evidenced by any product or licensing revenues.
55. They often told her so in person, as evidenced by the pandemonium triggered by her revelation in July, and in phone conversations since she left the house.
56. The strength of the Ladder Top pattern comes from the weakening uptrend (as evidenced by the fourth day), followed by the gap down opening of the black day.
57. The water itself within the column appeared to be swirling around the woman, as evidenced by the ripples of her hair being worked about by an unseen current.
58. First the volume associated with the sideways price action to determine whether this is a major reversal evidenced by volume, as either a selling or a buying climax.
59. The Poles took advantage of this uncertainty, evidenced by a story that was related to me by a Jew who arrived in Tashkent and knew a survivor from one such village.
60. Perhaps the international behavior of the United States has not always been ivory pure, but that is another fallacy already evidenced in Afghanistan as well as in Iraq.
61. More often than not, the general public will be on the wrong side of the market, as is evidenced by the oft-sighted figure that 80 to 90% of futures traders lose money.
62. Moreover, he participated in the political life of the city through written articles that evidenced the courage of his convictions and pursued the logic of his beliefs.
63. In the I'm Age, we desire fans, not family, as evidenced by the statement, My mother is my biggest fan, rather than, Whoever is my biggest fan will be my father.
64. I can tell you the body is just a hologram, and it can change in an instant and I could be totally pain free in the next minute, as evidenced by the documented cases of.
65. All ‘matter’ has the ability to change structure and functions under the correct circumstances, as evidenced by ice when it melts into water and when boiled into steam.
66. Although oil, it is estimated, takes millions of years to produce, its very presence strongly suggests that a far different climate once existed eons ago than is evidenced today.
67. Carol drafted a letter to the Georgia State Medical Board, outlining her suspicion of Doctor Donovan, evidenced by the drug screen she had done on one of the study volunteers.
68. In reality, the ‘ton’ of concrete is weightless, evidenced when we observe it if it breaks through the earths’ gravitational forces into the outer atmosphere and on into space.
69. For the majority of trades, buying OTM puts was worse than buying NTM puts, as evidenced by the lower first-quartile, median, and third-quartile returns for the long OTM put strategy.
70. That approach was a manifest failure, as evidenced by the moribund economies of those states, as well as the out-migration of very valuable workers and entrepreneurs from those states.
71. Newman excellently described it a very few years before he seceded, in these words:—'The spirit of old Rome has risen in its former place, and has evidenced its identity by its works.
72. Nonetheless, the message was getting out, and had been getting out for quite some time as evidenced by the growing mass of people that continued to flock to Ozone over the next few weeks.
73. They aren’t just riding the markets, which was evidenced by a 17% gain (before fees) in 2008 while many hedge fund managers were closing their doors or begging investors not to pull out.
74. He is evidenced to have been charged with stalking a neighbour with criminal intent in the past and was relieved of various drugs, firearms, pornography and photographic equipment at that time.
75. A protracted zig-zag within a short radius accompanied by very small volume means lifelessness, but with normal or abnormally large volume, accumulation or distribution is more or less evidenced.
76. Truth manifests in character and the character of a man should be the interpretation of his religion, or what to him is truth, and this will in turn be evidenced in the character of his possessions.
77. This is evidenced in the way the significant television networks place their own statistics on individual player's level of skills on ticker tapes in an attempt to attain the highest amount of viewers.
78. There were other structures visible on lower time frames, but volatility was compressed, as evidenced by the smaller ranges on the preceding bars, and it was enough to take a simple breakout exit on close.
79. I have no desire to detail or follow the convolutions of these imbalances as they are evidenced in each human soul: except to say that all forms of greed and the sense of Pure Wonder are mutually exclusive.
80. It is like the sacred oak tree, its life evidenced in its splendorous existence in the spring and summer, and yet it looks like death through the fall and winter’s storms, though it but in patience sleeps.
81. However, when absolute equity returns are very large, long strangles outperform long straddles because they are more leveraged, as evidenced by the higher 3rd Quartile and maximum returns for the long strangles.
82. He paused to let the full weight of this announcement impress his hearers, and that his statement was scarcely credited was evidenced by the impatient exclamation of incredulity which escaped the lips of Than Kosis.
83. To show how even some good men fail to comprehend the situation is evidenced by the proposed "Morgan Bill," which in its practical working would give the Indian Agent—already a despot—even more power than before.
84. Similar to the preceding chapter, the median return of the long put strategy is persistently negative, while the median return of the short call strategy is persistently positive, as evidenced by the time-series analysis.
85. However, on the basis of today’s market, that theory does not prove out, as evidenced by a number of stocks that reflect good earning and steady growth or stability, yet these same stocks may rise or fall sharply daily.
86. And here it is! As you would expect the volume at price profiles have now changed, as we are seeing heavy volumes coming into the market, as evidenced on both the VAP and also on our traditional volume bars at the bottom of the chart.
87. Too many times, man’s doctrine has dictated to us that both the Holy Spirit and the evidences that come with His presence is either nonexistence after the New Testament times or only evidenced by speaking in tongues in the church today.
88. Looking around, however, revealed the fact that she was still the most elegant, most sophisticated lady in the room, as was evidenced by the number of heads that had turned upon her entrance and the sudden hush that quickly passed over them.
89. Her face even though beautiful clearly reflected the hardness that was within, which was evidenced by the implacable black eyes that left one with the feeling that she thought less of you and that mercy was not a part of her emotional makeup.
90. It may have been traces of this earlier people’s advanced reasoning found in scattered ruins and on stones that had led to the early progression of the native peoples in the arts of math and science, as evidenced by the Mayans and the Incas.
91. Many Young Earth creationists (YECs) are active in the development of creation science; an endeavour which holds that the events associated with supernatural creation can be evidenced and modelled through an interpretation of the scientific method.
92. They wanted to know about the dreadful branding irons which planters used to death, and they evidenced what Scarlett felt was a very nasty and ill-bred interest in mark the faces of their slaves and the cato’-nine-tails with which they beat them to.
93. As always, O’Neil looked to the market for confirmation of his views, and he saw that something stronger was clearly going on under the surface as evidenced by the steepness of the trend as the market came up off the bottom with tremendous power and strength.
94. In most cases, when you use a web browser to connect to a secured site (for the purpose of conducting a credit card or other transaction), the client and server open a connection that is secured by SSL, usually evidenced by an icon on the browser’s status bar.
95. It should be evidenced by historical document that there were no lasting positive outcomes that could have been brought about by acting in this manner; developing hatred, annihilation, these are not useful, but the men and women of this planet regularly engage in them on some scale.
96. A distribution day can be thought of as a trading day where there is more selling pressure than buying pressure on that given day as evidenced by increased volume combined with negative price action, either a down day or a day where the index shows signs of reversal and/or churning.
97. He said that my class participation over the Winter and Spring Quarters evidenced my great understanding of the materials covered and my ability to express myself cogently, but he went on to say that he could not understand, given the foregoing, why I took such a pro-management, i.
98. As evidenced by a whole slew of successful movie musicals, from Hollywood’s Golden Age up to the mid-sixties, stories about showbiz families were audience favorites—from the Cohans and the Foys to Gypsy Rose Lee and the von Trapps—and it didn’t seem to matter if the stories were true or not.
99. Twenty years of failure had not diminished my grandparents’ hopes of biblical fruitfulness, evidenced by the rosary-wrapped box on top of the fridge containing a photo of the Pope, a prayer, and a plastic bag containing a syringe, several tiny needles and a dozen vials of a substance guaranteed to produce an iron hard erection.
100. Suddenly, they heard Josie’s aunt yelling in Spanish: Agustín, don’t forget the Visigoths… Her desire for total control was evidenced in her unreasonable commands that made Agustín run throughout the house answering the phone or killing flies, actions easier for her to perform because she was closer than her husband.
1. Instead, there are many evidences.
2. Evidences for the Christian Faith (U.
3. There were evidences of it everywhere.
4. The evidences of it are to be found even at Cairo.
5. It is one of the first evidences that a man is born again.
6. The math of string theory instead evidences a user-driven.
7. Prey evolved to detect subtle evidences of danger around them.
8. I told her it is not necessary to see everything, to have evidences.
9. Moses built is still there as well as other evidences of a very large.
10. He proved his saying by logical evidences derived from the Holy Qur'an.
11. On his way home the philanthropist saw even more evidences of Christmas.
12. He proved his saying by logical evidences derived from the Holy Qur’an.
13. The scientific evidences of the Qur’aan clearly prove its Divine Origin.
14. It’s the same as proving or refuting of religious evidences within.
15. There are three separate evidences of this spirit indwelling of the human mind:.
16. There are many evidences in the holy Qur’an of the return of Jesus Christ (cpth).
17. You can tell when people are bitter - there are a number of evidences of bitterness.
18. It is the evidences of this destruction, which is symbolized by smoke that will last.
19. It is always attended by certain marks, evidences, effects, results, and consequences.
20. Al phin said smoke symbolizes the effects or evidences of fire and the evidences of this.
21. Allphin said smoke symbolizes the effects or evidences of fire and the evidences of this.
22. They still sat about the pool, but were beginning to show evidences of an evil impatience.
23. It did not contain those evidences of care and sagacity that ought to beam in every feature.
24. I believe in the things that were done, and there are evidences of many things done on Mars.
25. I found it a large, handsome residence, showing abundant evidences of wealth in the proprietor.
26. Over the years, they have found new evidences which are consistent with the teachings of spirituality.
27. Hebrew canon and history evidences various proofs of the different influences that led to the schisms.
28. Besides this effect upon vegetables, there were additional evidences of the saline quality of the wind.
29. She has given evidences of a rather unique gift of magnetism, the development of which will bear watching.
30. Their thoats were found wandering upon the sea bottom and evidences of a bloody conflict were discovered nearby.
31. Allphin said smoke symbolizes the effects or evidences of fire and the evidences of this destruction will never.
32. Allphin says smoke symbolizes the effects or evidences of fire and the evidences of this destruction will never end.
33. Allphin said smoke symbolizes the effects or evidences of fire and the evidences of this destruction will never end.
34. Dimmesdale reached home, his inner man gave him other evidences of a revolution in the sphere of thought and feeling.
35. Science can only see what’s observable, it will never have evidences to few things like believe, faith, love and God.
36. This fact further evidences that we are all connected and need to treat others the same way we would like to be treated.
37. Because these evidences are not complete does not argue against an existence and chronology for those long-gone entities.
38. He had climbed the cliffs, passed through the jungle that bordered them, and now stood surrounded by evidences of a vanished state.
39. The message was only a little article about the fact that still no suspects have been arrested and no evidences have been found yet.
40. I have now, I believe, sir, given a full and I trust fair and correct statement of the evidences and facts relative to the question of title.
41. Islam is a logical religion based on scientific rules and rational proofs and evidences: would you clarify the machinery of this affection?
42. Her spirits even were good, and she was full of a happy vivacity, but I could see evidences of the absolute prostration which she had undergone.
43. They went on, in the course they deemed right, regardless of personal consequences, and blind to the evidences of discontent which surrounded them.
44. Our faith in the Historical Revelation rests upon the 'twelve foundations’ of the manifold evidences that God has spoken to the world by His Son.
45. Fortress Al-bayyina gives an evidence of his return as the holy Qur’an and prophet’s sayings (Holy Hadith) have many evidences of his second coming.
46. As he clarified all the indications of the Hour, and the evidences of returning of the Messiah Master (cpth) from the Holy Qur'an in this book between our hands.
47. There were evidences of the march of a conquering army in broken hedges, plundered fields and looted granaries, but torch and steel had not been loosed wholesale.
48. It is the evidences of this destruction, which is symbolized by smoke that will last "unto the ages of the ages," and not evil world powers being tormented forever.
49. We say let reason sit upon the throne of judgment, and let the verdict conform to the evidences, and all need of malignity and staggering acrimony will be dispelled.
50. Ecglaf shook his head at these further evidences of outland soft-heartedness, while Swann shook his head over the need to mount guard on the stable as well as their houses.
51. As he clarified all the indications of the Hour, and the evidences of returning of the Jesus the Christ (PTH) from the Holy Qur’an in his book The Second Coming of the Christ.
52. In short, any eye at all practised in the signs of a frontier warfare might easily have traced all those unerring evidences of the ruthless results which attend an Indian vengeance.
53. Sir Bennett admitted the grace of this great man after hearing and witnessing the proofs and evidences, events and stories confirming the truth and rejecting the existence of injustice.
54. It is the evidences of this destruction, which is symbolized by smoke that will last "unto the ages of the ages," Babylon – an evil world powers will come to an end, not be tormented forever.
55. There were not lacking, however, evidences of what we may call the intelligent egoism of a youth who is charmed with the indolent, careless life of an only son, and who lives as it were in a gilded cage.
56. When the party in the Realms ended, Mikael went back to his room in the castle with the intention of taking a well-deserved bath as he was still covered by the evidences of the tournament: sweat, blood and dust.
57. In fact, of the twenty rose-trees which formed the parterre, not one bore the mark of the slug, nor were there evidences anywhere of the clustering aphis which is so destructive to plants growing in a damp soil.
58. Every day that we spent in Kumassi, also brought to light fresh evidences of the continuance of the practice, though the people had been warned, under pain of fearful penalties, not to give any information to the white men.
59. A long and anxious watch succeeded, but without any further evidences of a renewed attack; and Duncan began to hope that their fire had proved more fatal than was supposed, and that their enemies had been effectually repulsed.
60. Too many times, man’s doctrine has dictated to us that both the Holy Spirit and the evidences that come with His presence is either nonexistence after the New Testament times or only evidenced by speaking in tongues in the church today.
61. Passing by the butcher, fish and clothing shops, he was struck, as if it was the first time he looked upon them—by the physical evidences of the well-being of such a large number of clean, well-fed shopkeepers which was not to be seen anywhere in the villages.
62. From the woods, a little further to the south, rose numerous dark and lurid smokes, that were easily to be distinguished from the purer exhalations of the springs, and which the scout also showed to Heyward, as evidences that the enemy lay in force in that direction.
63. Only excited gestures and expressions of fear could they obtain in response to their inquiries concerning their fellow; and at last they became convinced that these were but evidences of the guilt of these demons who had slaughtered and eaten their comrade two nights before.
64. Mining engineers who have made a very careful examination and survey of much Western territory in the interest of Boston and New York moneyed men furnish evidences of wealth in those sections, which cannot but bring to them the money and enterprise necessary to their full development.
65. Salamanca, about one hundred miles north-west of Madrid and about forty miles from the Portuguese border, is a university city with an ancient history, a preserved artistic display of picturesque art and an attractive way of life that evidences a sense of individual comfort and security.
66. These doctrines, these theories, these resistances, the unforeseen necessity for the statesman to take philosophers into account, confused evidences of which we catch a glimpse, a new system of politics to be created, which shall be in accord with the old world without too much disaccord with the new.
67. So, we notice that, if man thinks of this uniVerse around him, he witnesses many evidences around him, the nourishment, the benevolence and the bounties that God the Almighty pours continuously upon him, then this man of thought certainly loves his Provider the Almighty and his heart will be connected to Him.
68. For it is held, against a world of physical and spiritual evidences forcing the conviction of a Personal God upon ordinary minds, that nature is self-developing, that the heavens do not 'declare the glory’ of any Power beyond their own, and that it is the wise man, not the fool, who now asserts our necessary ignorance of an Eternal Cause.
69. On entering the magnificently appointed apartments of the house owned by the lawyer himself, with its huge plants, remarkable curtains and other evidences of luxury, attesting easily earned wealth, Nekhludoff found in the reception-room a number of people sitting dejectedly around tables on which lay illustrated journals intended for their diversion.
70. In short, they claimed that Leonardo had helped with the escape of a suspect accused of fraud and false testimony, but at the time of the contribution of evidences, none presented any by which it was concluded that it was a rumor without solid foundations for its checking; circumstance that was convenient, in my opinion, since the magician was free of all suspicion.
71. That is that THE TRUE HOLY SPIRIT COVERS you in and out and for him to cover himself and others: thus trained by the best, TRUE GOD HIMSELF, and also be obedient to your thoughts, for they are not yours, because TRUE GOD placed, his, thoughts, in your head, but you would only think they are yours, for the only evidences is that you prayed and I prayed and others pray.
72. Then there was a dispute about who saw the dead boys last in life, and many claimed that dismal distinction, and offered evidences, more or less tampered with by the witness; and when it was ultimately decided who DID see the departed last, and exchanged the last words with them, the lucky parties took upon themselves a sort of sacred importance, and were gaped at and envied by all the rest.
73. Without seeking to prophesy the future, may it not suffice to declare that the investor cannot safely rely upon a general growth of earnings to provide both safety and profit over the long pull? In this respect it would seem that we are back to the investor’s attitude in 1913—with the difference that his caution then seemed needlessly blind to the powerful evidences of secular growth inherent in our economy.
74. John Henry, beg leave to report, in part, that although they did not deem it necessary or proper to go into an investigation of the authenticity of documents communicated to Congress, on the responsibility of a co-ordinate branch of the Government, it may, nevertheless, be satisfactory to the House to be informed that the original papers, with the evidences relating to them in possession of the Executive, were submitted to their examination, and were such as fully to satisfy the committee of their genuineness.
75. Rather! It is a great scientific miracle, which tells that the water of these springs has greater and more opulent sources than the rain water, for the scholar demonstrated with more than thirty scientific evidences derived from the noble verses that the ice of the north and south poles is the source of water of all the springs, and when Sir Bennet heard such research from him and discussed with him about it, he immediately confessed Islam and said: 'I wonder how this question has never crossed my mind before!'.
76. Rather! It is a great scientific miracle, which tells that the water of these springs has greater and more opulent sources than the rain water, for the scholar demonstrated with more than thirty scientific evidences derived from the noble verses that the ice of the north and south poles is the source of water of all the springs, and when Sir Bennett heard such research from him and discussed with him about it, he immediately confessed Islam and said: ‘I wonder how this question has never crossed my mind before!’.
77. So, whenever our Prophet Ayyub met his people he showed them the convincing evidences and proofs which stood up for his call to God, explaining the clear evidence of the Oneness of God, His Blessing, His Mercy, His Compassion, His Justice and all His sublime Names…as he did explain God’s Wisdom in creating this wide uniVerse and creating man, he also showed them their wrong faith and all the evils behind their practising of idols worshiping, till they became satisfied and convinced of his factual speech and clear explanation.
78. He manifested the reason behind mentioning the tale of the Israelites (Sons of Israel) frequently in the Holy Qur’an and their arguing with their noble messenger, our Master Moses (PTH), clarifying that if man does not follow the way of faith legislated to him by the Almighty, he will profit nothing from watching miracles and super-natural actions, nor will he be one of the believers whatever you bring him of the signs and cogent evidences, but indeed seeking the truth honestly and using the thought in searching for it is that which guides the spirit and leads it to the sources of real knowledge.
79. He manifested the reason behind mentioning the tale of the Israelites (Sons of Israel) frequently in the Holy Qur'an and their arguing with their noble messenger, our Master Moses (pth), clarifying that if man does not follow the way of faith legislated to him by the Almighty, he will profit nothing from watching miracles and super-natural actions, nor will he be one of the believers whatever you bring him of the signs and cogent evidences, but indeed seeking the truth honestly and employing the thought in searching for it is that which guides the spirit and leads it to the sources of real knowledge.
80. When men have said all they can to depreciate the old paths of the Bible, and draw you away from Christ, � when they have piled up the ancient, stale objections of various readings, doubtful authorship, inconsistent statements, and supposed incredible miracles, they can still offer no substitute for the Scripture, or answer the question, "To whom shall we go?" There still remains the great, broad fact that the leading evidences of revelation have never been overthrown, that we are weak creatures in a sorrowful world, and need a helping hand, which Christ alone holds out, and which millions for eighteen centuries have found, and are finding, sufficient.
81. It then almost invariably appeared that they were subject to the most extraordinary hallucinations and extravagant delusions, the commonest being that the best thing that the working people could do to bring about an improvement in their condition, was to continue to elect their Liberal and Tory employers to make laws for and to rule over them! At such times, if anyone ventured to point out to them that that was what they had been doing all their lives, and referred them to the manifold evidences that met them wherever they turned their eyes of its folly and futility, they were generally immediately seized with a paroxysm of the most furious mania, and were with difficulty prevented from savagely assaulting those who differed from them.
82. For it is an age of free thought and liberty of action, an age of scientific inquiry, and determination to question and cress-examine ancient opinions, an age of greedy pursuit of pleasure and impatience of restraint, an age of idolatry of intellect, and extravagant admiration of so-called cleverness, an age of Athenian craving for novelty and constant love of change, an age when we see on all sides a bold but ever shifting scepticism, which at one time tells us that man is little better than an ape, and at another that he is little less than a god, an age when there is a morbid readiness to accept the shallowest arguments in favour of unbelief, and a simultaneous lazy unwillingness to investigate the great fundamental evidences of Divine revelation.
83. Rather! It is a great scientific miracle, which tells that the water of these springs has greater and more opulent sources than the rain water, for the scholar demonstrated with more than thirty scientific evidences derived from the noble verses that the ice of the north and south poles is the source of water of all the springs, and when Sir Bennett heard such research from him and discussed with him about it, he immediately confessed Islam and said: ‘I wonder how this question has never crossed my mind before!’ And when he returned to his country, he said his famous words before a crowd of scientists and educated professors: ‘Indeed, all what we have obtained of the sciences, do not equal the sea of sciences of that Great Scholar in the Orient’.
84. What must it be, for example, for an indevout scientific man to pass into a condition where atheism is no more possible; because the Divine Wisdom,—no longer beheld at a distance in the order of revolving planets, in the laws of sidereal motion, in the arrangements of far-off universes, in that remoter magnificence which shrouded it from view while he inhabited the body,—has now come near as the Ruling Authority, and closely encompasses the soul, and pierces its secret darkness through, in one calm, intolerable blaze of the Excellent Glory? What must it be to perceive, with a clearness which profane defiance and dishonest speculation can overshadow no longer, that Almighty God is holy, and that Omnipotence is everywhere,—or to review in thought those inner and outer evidences of a Divine Revelation of truth, which, made light of on earth, will seem so appallingly real in their power of condemnation now that they are remembered in perdition? Those must be very ignorant of much that is passing in this world, in the solitudes of enforced thought, in prisons and on beds of sickness, who peremptorily decide that such experiences are improbable beyond.
85. The proofs shall be the evidences that this Quran is the 666 that Satan,.

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