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    1. Questioning and even rebelling to an extent is healthy and should not be opposed without solid reasons

    2. The ones he opposed would establish a boundary and cut off all but rudimentary contact with local society

    3. They could only assume that the people Herndon was opposed to were hauling the crate into the shuttle cargo bay

    4. While he was off duty, as opposed to live when he has to be there for active support of an important gathering, he can look at schematics

    5. This system that bases itself off of violence and greed is being opposed by a man from Nazareth

    6. When someone became a Christian in Rome, they not only opposed the established religions, but also opposed the entire culture and State founded upon those religions

    7. This is opposed to simply posting a photo that says 50 year anniversary on it

    8. When those who opposed him heard that statement, they stopped their ears and ran upon him

    9. If there is coming a day where we will be so like Jesus that we are considered heirs with Him, then anything that would keep us from that reality here and now is to be violently opposed

    10. by the good hands and the brave hearts opposed,

    1. Over the years I had learned, often the hard way, not to doubt or oppose her

    2. The methods used by spiritual masters so as to break their disciples' Ego are mostly red herrings, sophistry or rhetorical tricks; the listeners seldom oppose to them, because of excessive psychological pressure they are usually subjected to

    3. “Me too!” another one seconded and the others agreed, probably because they wanted to oppose me

    4. There was a crack, and with the voice of thunder Moamar spoke, "We have uncovered some who oppose the will of God," he said

    5. You cannot both oppose the State and be allowed to live in that State

    6. The reason that nations oppose Israel is because to oppose Israel is to oppose God

    7. To oppose the kingdom of darkness in a way that you are not protecting your life, but allowing a sense of fragility, you are a candidate for that first resurrection

    8. No, she was not here to join him in this quest for knowledge, she was only here to oppose it

    9. We at birth the Oppositionist oppose both

    10. Those who oppose you will be as

    1. "twin sets on opposing sides

    2. What are the ultimate intentions of God? It is that we bear our crosses to such a depth that we are living as martyrs and opposing the principalities and powers

    3. However, our celebratory mood dampened as the opposing

    4. opposing energy in the form of magnified intention

    5. The opposing team touched the ball only once—a foul ball that

    6. Mother, by letting desire for Andrastus cloud her judgment, by feeling joy rather than regret when she’d orphaned the children of opposing warriors, by failing to adequately honor the

    7. “It isn’t that at all! Everyone knows I’ve never refused to consider opposing argument

    8. As we chart our course in life, we have to deal with this set up of energy which results in the two opposing voices that appear in our mind

    9. In the days of their grandeur, when no enemy appeared capable of opposing them, their heavy armour was laid aside as unnecessarily burdensome, their laborious exercises were neglected, as unnecessarily toilsome

    10. A time dilational phenomenon as a layer around an opposing force

    1. Jesus opposes both the Temple and the religion built upon it

    2. If, notwithstanding a great rise in the price, it still continues to prevail through a considerable part of the country, it is owing in many places, no doubt, to ignorance and attachment to old customs, but, in most places, to the unavoidable obstructions which the natural course of things opposes to the immediate or speedy establishment of a better system : first, to the poverty of the tenants, to their not having yet had time to acquire a stock of cattle sufficient to cultivate their lands more completely, the same rise of price, which would render it advantageous for them to maintain a greater stock, rendering it more difficult for them to acquire it; and, secondly, to their not having yet had time to put their lands in condition to maintain this greater stock properly, supposing they were capable of acquiring it

    3. If he opposes them, on the contrary, and still more, if he has authority enough to be able to thwart them, neither the most acknowledged probity, nor the highest rank, nor the greatest public services, can protect him from the most infamous abuse and detraction, from personal insults, nor sometimes from real danger, arising from the insolent outrage of furious and disappointed monopolists

    4. This opposes undirected processes such as natural selection, which is held by Evolutionists

    5. He opposes the

    6. Loyal Opposition (on the Battle for Iraq, that some call “the Iraq War”) —a palatable-sounding term for some ex-presidents, ex–vice presidents, ex–first ladies, and members of the party that opposes engaging the Battle of Iraq

    7. This reminds me, I was working with a staunch Christian many years ago and we were discussing the bible every so often, but every time I told the person what the bible says and that it opposes what he believes, he did not accept it

    8. Similarly for that reason, I cannot conceive that, in the real world of an exalted global terrorism that seeks death as a prize and swears to kill whoever opposes its rule, “utopian spirit” can ever become the protective force of our liberty

    9. The image of the bent branch underwater, as the perception that opposes prior expectation and

    10. are ethereal and insubstantial, and then opposes these hypothetical properties to the conjectural

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    oppose in English

    fight violate combat battle counter confront encounter match revolt rebel secede mutiny object resist disapprove debate dispute argue contradict protest

    Sinónimos para "oppose"

    oppose contradict controvert match pit play off defend fight fight back fight down react counterbalance violate combat battle counter confront encounter revolt rebel secede mutiny object resist disapprove debate dispute argue protest