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    1. field you are involve in, God have plans to walk with you

    2. need to involve Him in all your affairs

    3. Their whale research seemed to involve puncturing the whale with several more holes than before

    4. Avoid days that involve social situations

    5. Quitting on Saturday, or any two or three days in a row that don't involve work, has the advantage of you being relaxed and laid back

    6. The last step of presenting your charter may involve attending committee hearings to discuss and review the application

    7. After talking to you about it, I cleared my 'hobby' with the Ambassador and he is happy for me to carry on as long as I don't involve the Embassy officially

    8. Alistair had explained that this would involve a further series

    9. It would also involve

    10. “They both involve the Saggothans

    1. Venna went thru it all looking for all your garden research," Herndon choked when he heard that, "although it was me that actually did the digging involved

    2. involved a fortnightly signing on procedure and, post operation [whilst still waiting for the result], I signed on as normal

    3. "We don't know for sure," Ava said, while Herndon scowled, "but you have to understand that because of the exchange rate there are sums of money involved here that even we can't calculate

    4. Business and society was never something he was deeply involved with, unless it was the politics of their own tribe

    5. you are involved in, God put you there for a purpose

    6. "Colonel da Morais was involved," Herndon said, "He had to be

    7. She was having trouble keeping her mind on the financial conversation, especially if Venna was involved in the sexual conversation

    8. While group singing of 'bhajans' can be done in a suitable place like a temple or a hall in a manner and time that least disturbance is caused to those not involved in it, the individual prayer is necessarily a communion with God best performed in a quiet corner of the house

    9. she’d been involved in a long term relationship up in Bristol … it fell apart … she was considerably upset, partly because of that and partly because her sister had just got married … she was at the age when she could feel the clock ticking

    10. ‘Oh yes, she had the right temperament – caring but without getting emotionally involved, if you know what I mean

    1. Men need to learn to deal with stress through mental shielding which involves developing the ability to disengage from hostile comments and remain in control, first by achieving a calm, relaxed state, and then creating a mental shield between yourself and person responsible for causing stress

    2. It involves being sensitive to the feelings of the individual with whom one is interacting

    3. This involves the development of the mind as an overriding influence in relation to the world of the earthly life, of the emotions and of thought

    4. It involves also its orientation at will to the world of the soul, and its capacity to act as an intermediary between the soul and the physical brain

    5. This first step is one of the most difficult stages in the meditation process and involves constant unremitting ability to keep bringing the mind back to that "object" upon which the aspirant has chosen to concentrate

    6. It is clear from the Scriptures that the leadership role in the church, which involves the making of decisions, both spiritual and physical, pertaining to the affairs of the church, was given to men, not women

    7. E x p ed iency involves hum an judgm ent

    8. The procedure involves the removal of the epidermis and some superficial dermis while

    9. treatment involves the use of a clear gel of hyaluronic acid

    10. When you have practiced with alternate legs for a few days try the full Locust Posture which involves the raising of both legs simultaneously as in figure 21

    1. And His purpose is always involving salvation

    2. The scenario in my head always ends the same, her yelling at me for involving Solomon

    3. "'Analysis of the data was delayed until priorities involving separation were completed

    4. I have said that one is as old as one’s spine and I have described all manner of Yogic postures designed to keep the spine healthy and supple, mainly involving forward and backward bending movements

    5.  Not all romantic relationships involving children in the background need to end in failure;

    6. listening and resolution without involving third parties in the fight

    7. While you're at it, watch a movie that's either really involving or really funny, or both

    8. Another example from the Bible is a story involving

    9. About now Alan noticed that something about the way Desa told the story was very, very involving

    10. Basically they were short Cliff Notes style one-page summaries of the issue involving the case, the decision and the major points of law that the judge used to make his ruling

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    Sinónimos para "involve"

    involve ask call for demand necessitate need postulate require take imply affect regard implicate embroil bind tangle connect mire tie entail contain comprise encompass embrace comprehend