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Frasi con affirm (in inglese)

  1. That we may safely affirm.
  2. I affirm what the dance is for;.
  3. The test would that affirm or deny.
  4. And consciously affirm this unity.
  5. No one of any account does affirm it.

  6. I affirm there is nothing in it for them.
  7. Constantly affirm where you are headed and.
  8. It means the very opposite of what they affirm.
  9. I affirm only the best for myself and others.
  10. He touched his face to affirm that it was no dream.
  11. Now this I affirm and testify in the Lord, that you.
  12. Krishn affirm what was declared by the sages of yore.
  13. I should not like to affirm upon oath that I have not.
  14. In reply, I do not know if they would affirm it or not.
  15. With this we intend to affirm the following principles:.

  16. So no matter how much you desire, dream, or affirm, etc.
  17. Speak words that build, so that you affirm and build up.
  18. We can affirm some principles based on these reflections:.
  19. In Chapter 18, Krishn will affirm that the Supreme Spirit.
  20. He is practically a total abstainer and I can affirm that.
  21. But they affirm the basic Israelite character of the Church.
  22. As Michael gasps for more air, Joseph nods his head to affirm.
  23. Each one of us can stand on a plot of land and affirm as Woody.
  24. You affirm that infants are born now not liable to eternal misery.
  25. This is what happens to us if we fail to affirm, renew and remind.

  26. Think of God and his love for you, and affirm the following oath:.
  27. Therefore, we affirm that both opposites themselves and the art of.
  28. Now, if we affirm that it is possible to possess the mother or father.
  29. I affirm that when the body expresses its needs, which include having a.
  30. We cannot affirm today that we have finished this work and reached this.
  31. Twentieth-century secularism tends to affirm that man does not need God.
  32. Hold in mind the condition desired; affirm it as an already existing fact.
  33. Such being the case, these words are valueless and do not affirm any facts.
  34. Therefore, it is wise to make this distinction and to affirm the needs of.
  35. And it is correct to affirm, as Renè did, that this illness begins in our.
  36. It, therefore, represents nothing it is a real circumstance, as you affirm.
  37. And that is, that this very knowledge which we propose solemnly to affirm Mr.
  38. The first law, therefore, that we want to affirm here, says that to learn to.
  39. Here it is important to affirm this distinction, but without giving joy more.
  40. Through them we want to affirm that all the pain that is contained within the.
  41. It, therefore, represents nothing if it is a real circumstance, as you affirm.
  42. But what makes you affirm so confidently and emphatically that it's not he?
  43. When you affirm you make a statement to you that you will accomplish whatever you.
  44. If, instead, we affirm that only within humanity, and not within the being, it is.
  45. The script used by the hypnotist usually starts with making the subject affirm his.
  46. When one requests a check, they assert and affirm the entire system in question, i.
  47. The patient, strangely enough—we affirm it as an eye-witness—complained of no pain.
  48. Affirm daily that you are awesome the way you are and things are perfect the way they.
  49. Oh! the human race will be delivered, raised up, consoled! We affirm it on this barrier.
  50. I say, I believe such is the case, I do not affirm it; besides, liberty of conscience is.
  51. Because he proudly durst affirm he could more sweetly sing than that Pierian race of Jove.
  52. Men of our time can only affirm that it is one's duty to believe all this,—which they do.
  53. Not only does Irenaeus briefly affirm in the remaining Greek fragment of the fifth book (c.
  54. The Justices to whom Dean Koh refers affirm, in their own words, that this is their intent.
  55. No one ought to affirm that the bare idea of animate existence is all that the term includes.
  56. You affirm that the progress of the world is in accordance with a law that you have discovered.
  57. We might almost affirm that Napoleon's catastrophe originated in that sign of a peasant's head.
  58. I affirm that war is useful and necessary, since it is one of the conditions of human existence.
  59. Such a doom would not, we may venture to affirm, have been called, by any writer, a second death.
  60. I affirm this by faith, and not because I can see, as yet, even the first streaks of its dawning.
  61. I do not have the scientific data from which to affirm whether it is true or not, but in Two Ways.
  62. Swear: To utter or affirm with a solemn appeal to God for the truth of a declaration, as to swear an oath.
  63. What do affirmations do? They affirm, or remind you of what you believe in by positive reinforcement.
  64. Muravyof, Fenschaw, Chichagof, and many others affirm that they saw the French devouring their dead comrades.
  65. Well, I affirm that my reader is wrong again, for my convictions have nothing to do with my sentence of death.
  66. And this is that real and substantial presence which we affirm to be in the inward part of this sacred action.
  67. That such is the case I venture to affirm; the why and the wherefore I must fain leave to wiser ethnological heads.
  68. This the Muses affirm to be the stock from which discord has sprung, wherever arising; and this is their answer to us.
  69. Everyone please raise your right hand and affirm that you will maintain secrecy on all further business of this meeting.
  70. He must recognize the fact that he is one with the Father, and consciously affirm this unity for himself and for all others.
  71. The ability to affirm others with heartfelt, encouraging, praising words is an amazing show that we are on the right track to.
  72. One free man will truthfully say what he thinks and feels, amidst thousands of men, who by their acts and words affirm the very opposite.
  73. Herbert Spencer and others affirm that as there is a whole population of weavers, the weaver's activity is in organic division of labour.
  74. How can we affirm this? A first reason can be found in the fact that Anticlea dies because she cannot handle Ulysses’ prolonged absence.
  75. With a stroke of the pen, the president can affirm or derail the efforts of hundreds of legislators who represent the will of the people.
  76. They affirm that we would convert all men into enfeebled specimens of passive nonresisters who would soon perish from the face of the earth.
  77. Besides, the Messiah Master (pth) will appear to people imminently by Al'lah's leave and will affirm what our Master Mohammad (cpth) said:.
  78. I respectfully challenge Willis or any other reader to affirm to intelligent men his assertion that Kolasin can have no other meaning but torment.
  79. For if such is the meaning of the word as he and Morris and others affirm, there is not a transgressor on earth who need have any fear for the future.
  80. While we earlier looked at how Ulysses suffers from envy, now we can affirm that he suffers from envy of goods just as much as his companions do.
  81. I will stand by the apostle Peter and affirm that the earth was destroyed in some important sense that justified that apostle calling it a destruction.
  82. But when a man is drawn in two opposite directions, to and from the same object, this, as we affirm, necessarily implies two distinct principles in him?
  83. He was going to tell her it was just an old age companionship sort of friendliness—of which he himself was trying consciously to affirm in his own mind.
  84. Now, if we consider the food question, it will not occur to anyone to affirm that the importance of food consists in the pleasure we receive when eating it.
  85. It went only to affirm what he trusted the course of his observations would render very evident, that this was not a time at which war ought to be declared.
  86. It is as though men should affirm that, in order to fan a fire, it is not necessary to make every coal catch fire, but to place the coals in a certain order.
  87. And, in particular, I heard him once myself affirm that Christianity and the customs of our town of Vanity were diametrically opposite, and could not be reconciled.
  88. That either or both of these alternatives are impossible, I see no reason to affirm: if they were so, we might indeed be justly ridiculed as dreamers and visionaries.
  89. Very good; and if we were to affirm that we had discovered the just man and the just State, and the nature of justice in each of them, we should not be telling a falsehood?
  90. Were I to affirm the House is now in session, would it be reasonable to ask for proof? He who would deny its truth, on him would be the proof of so extraordinary a negative.
  91. And may we be so bold as to affirm that there are also many criminals to be found in them, rogues who have stings, and whom the authorities are careful to restrain by force?
  92. For example, instead of ―asking‖ the universe to handle something for you, you would instead affirm that you KNOW that it will turn out in the most positive way possible:.
  93. However we can affirm with certainty that our universe was born from a creation the size of a playing ball where time and space were quite different from what we now experience.
  94. Algebra is applied to the clouds; the radiation of the star profits the rose; no thinker would venture to affirm that the perfume of the hawthorn is useless to the constellations.
  95. How can that hope toward God because of the resurrection affect the interest of Paul so much if, as the preachers affirm, the saint passes into immediate joy and happiness at death?
  96. I have no awareness of this fetal I so how can I affirm that this is the truth? Which I expressed the truth? That which is true for the Psychological I can be false for the I Person.
  97. Ironically, the drumbeat tactics the regime adopts to prevent the Tea Party from telling the truth simply affirm how alien to America, and how fascistic, their beliefs and programs are.
  98. The Swiss pastors affirm that when the people come to them to receive instruction they do not understand what they are told, and the pastors do not understand what the people say to them.
  99. To say God cannot take away the life he gives, or destroy the creature utterly, as some have affirmed, and as all must affirm when sorely pressed for defense, it to make God a God of fate.
  100. Recognizing it as a fact, that there is only God, and that all intelligence is in the one substance, you must affirm somewhat after this wise: There is only one and that one is everywhere.
  1. Affirming out loud, I'm going to find a way.
  2. No, came the affirming answer from within.
  3. She nodded affirming my character read of her father.
  4. Constable would doubtless deny, affirming that Christ died.
  5. Affirming - this is about providing positive reinforcement of.
  6. Garcia nodded, affirming the hand shake gesture with a squeese.
  7. When will the Universe confirm its incorrectness by affirming.
  8. A basic way of affirming uniqueness is to gain attention of others.
  9. What are you affirming, believing and committing yourself to in this.
  10. She continued affirming the good, while she grabbed her bow and an arrow.
  11. When will the Universe confirm its incorrectness by affirming Newton’s.
  12. Nay, have we not the authority of Hesiod for affirming that when they are dead.
  13. Affirming his OBC status, Modi accused Priyanka of insulting his caste identity.
  14. I am affirming the principle that if the mother does not violently impose her needs.
  15. Now, in addition to affirming the above (that affiliate sites can rank well in search.
  16. Was Lea affirming that this was the ultimate site of delight for the sight of the male?
  17. She returned on the intercom a few moments later, affirming what Pon had just enquired about.
  18. By affirming this desire to keep children safe, you will then be caught inside the snare of the.
  19. If this is death, then it’s okay by her … a sunbeam touches her hand, its gentle warmth affirming.
  20. In fact, I have your signature affirming my authority to restrain non-compliant ship personnel, which includes you.
  21. Let’s now take some steps through anxiety producing thoughts and how to counter those thoughts with affirming messages.
  22. I expostulated, and desired that he should have his in a mug; affirming that I could not taste the liquid treated so dirtily.
  23. Earnshaw swore passionately at me: affirming that I loved the villain yet; and calling me all sorts of names for the base spirit I evinced.
  24. For he is not affirming that the people did not believe in God, but is assigning the reason why they believe not on Jesus Christ as the Messiah.
  25. For example, if one desires to become a medical doctor, one attaches their Hope to that desire by affirming every day that they will become a doctor.
  26. When will the Universe confirm its incorrectness by affirming Newton’s obvious correctness? When will the cosmos come clean and prove Newton correct.
  27. It’s funny which was a lie, the show had been ok to watch affirming in her mind that their truth was no way close to the surface of the worlds eye.
  28. The Sadducees were in the right in affirming that Moses wrote nothing respecting an eternal state depending on man’s nature, or the natural immortality of his soul.
  29. I went, at the earliest opportunity, and besought him to depart; affirming that Catherine was better, and he should hear from me in the morning how she passed the night.
  30. Poor soul! Till within a week of her death that gay heart never failed her; and her husband persisted doggedly, nay, furiously, in affirming her health improved every day.
  31. Poor soul! Till within a week of her death that gay heart never failed her, and her husband persisted doggedly, nay, furiously, in affirming her health improved every day.
  32. Intra-Societal conflicts must inevitably produce unintended consequences respecting legal precedents affirming that no one individual or group of individuals is above the law.
  33. I am affirming the principle that it is possible to speak to a child in the womb just as one would speak to an adult, and that this is a sign of respect for the Person that is.
  34. Of the two possible hypotheses, there is far more reason for affirming that He used the terms 'life’ and 'death’ in the sense in which they were understood by the Sadducees.
  35. Affirmative prayer is one of the more empowering types of prayer because you are affirming to the universe your belief that all will be well, instead of ―asking‖ for it to be so.
  36. After passionately affirming their testament to surviving and the sanctity of life, Kim fell exhausted on the bed leaving Wren to wonder how his elders could continue to do this at their age.
  37. Now, in addition to affirming the above (that affiliate sites can rank well in search engines), it is also important to emphasize that you should limit the scope of your site insofar as it is practical.
  38. It consists in affirming that, besides the duties of man to man, there are still more important duties towards an imaginary being,—which the theologians call God, and the political scientists the State.
  39. Now, at the time I write, I have good grounds for affirming that some of the lowest rabble of our town were brought in without tickets by Lyamshin and Liputin, possibly, too, by other people who were stewards like me.
  40. All power that anybody can possibly use is within man, only waiting to be brought into visibility by his first recognizing it, and then affirming it as his, working it into his consciousness until he becomes one with it.
  41. Edgar’s stern rebuke of my carrying tales; and I tried to smooth away all disquietude on the subject, by affirming, with frequent iteration, that that betrayal of trust, if it merited so harsh an appellation, should be the last.
  42. Then Nathaniel appealed to his own personal experience with God, and that Rodan allowed, affirming that he had recently had similar experiences, but these experiences, he contended, proved only the reality of God, not his personality.
  43. And it is this that for the first time creates the possibility for the aesthetics subiectum to encompass the entire spatial as well as temporal architectonic through the action of a valuatively unitary affirming and founding self-activity.
  44. When will the Universe confirm its incorrectness by affirming Newton’s obvious correctness? If they had to admit that Newton was wrong, the most intellectual science then had to admit they had nothing to show for all their minds brilliant work.
  45. A belief, on the other hand, is predicated on intuitive impressions that, although not factually proven or supported by (observable) evidence, nevertheless provides Reason sufficient grounds to advance faith-based assumptions affirming its truth.
  46. The Master in his answer, though positively affirming the fact of the survival of mortal creatures by the technique of the resurrection, did not in any sense speak approvingly of the Pharisaic beliefs in the resurrection of the literal human body.
  47. Thus, in this case, besides the consideration that the complaining president of the stock company was an unclean man, Bé was in favor of affirming the judgment, also because this charge of libel against a journalist was a restriction on the freedom of the press.
  48. And therefore, when we hear the encomiasts of Homer affirming that he is the educator of Hellas, and that all life should be regulated by his precepts, we may allow the excellence of their intentions, and agree with them in thinking Homer a great poet and tragedian.
  49. There are influential schools of thought, professedly Christian, and even Protestant, which zealously denounce the notion of an expiation of—past sin by Christ's sacrifice; affirming that there is no direct connection between His death and the forgiveness of sinners.
  50. To understand what we are affirming, see the following example: Make the surveying and valorize all the products that are allocated in million organizations and the residences, such as: computers, stationery, patrimonial goods, domestic utensils, vehicles, money and installations.
  51. Running his hands through his hair and eventually calming himself by repeatedly affirming it had all been a dream, he wiped the beads of sweat from his face then remembered the horrible events of the previous night when he was in the middle of that storm searching for his troubled wife.
  52. But in his preaching it is presented in that form, and the parable becomes one of the main stays for the theory, affirming also they are in a measure rewarded in the intermediate state where the spirit is punished while in itself and afterward given a body in which to be punished forever.
  53. They entertained contradictory views about the eating of the animal slaughtered without mentioning the Name of Al’lah over it although there are many reported sayings affirming that such as: slaughtered animal should not be eaten if man did not pronounce the Name of Al’lah over it intentionally or negligently.
  54. WE had sad work with little Cathy that day; she rose in high glee, eager to join her cousin, and such passionate tears and lamentations followed the news of his departure, that Edgar himself was obliged to soothe her, by affirming he should come back soon: he added, however, "if I can get him"; and there were no hopes of that.
  55. We had sad work with little Cathy that day: she rose in high glee, eager to join her cousin, and such passionate tears and lamentations followed the news of his departure that Edgar himself was obliged to soothe her, by affirming he should come back soon: he added, however, ‘if I can get him’; and there were no hopes of that.
  56. On the other hand, I reflect that he related and told the story with all the circumstances detailed, and that he could not in so short a space have fabricated such a vast complication of absurdities; if, then, this adventure seems apocryphal, it is no fault of mine; and so, without affirming its falsehood or its truth, I write it down.
  57. There can be no hesitation in affirming that any ordinary reader of Greek coming to the New Testament for the first time in the age of the apostles, would, as Archbishop Whately supposes, have taken the words now in question, singly, and still more in their striking combination, in the sense in which they are used in the preceding extracts from the Phaedon.
  58. Aesthetic empathizing (the seeing of a hero or of an object from within them) is actively accomplished from this unique outside-situated place, and it is in this same place that aesthetic reception is accomplished, that is, the affirming and forming of the material that was gained through empathizing – within the bounds of a unitary architectonic of seeing.
  59. The only thing Nekhludoff did understand was that, though Wolf had sternly suggested but yesterday that the Senate could not consider the substance of a case, in the case at bar he argued with evident partiality in favor of reversing the judgment, and that Selenin, in spite of his characteristic reserve, argued in favor of affirming the judgment with unexpected fervor.
  60. The said Nicholas Ridley affirms, maintains, and stubbornly defends certain opinions, assertions, and heresies, contrary to the Word of God and the received faith of the Church, as in denying the true and natural body and blood of Christ to be in the sacrament of the altar, and secondarily, in affirming the substance of bread and wine to remain after the words of consecration.
  61. Specious arguments advanced by women affirming their (legal) right to have an abortion on the (plausible) assumption that it is their body to do with as they please is arguable from the standpoint that a woman, or a man for that matter, is at liberty to jump off a bridge if she or he is so inclined (laws prohibiting suicide notwithstanding) provided that such quizzical decisions are of consequence to themselves, only.
  62. It was the feeling that induces a volunteer recruit to spend his last penny on drink, and a drunken man to smash mirrors or glasses for no apparent reason and knowing that it will cost him all the money he possesses: the feeling which causes a man to perform actions which from an ordinary point of view are insane, to test, as it were, his personal power and strength, affirming the existence of a higher, nonhuman criterion of life.
  63. The second context, moreover, without losing its self-sufficiency, is valuatively encompassed (affirmed and founded) by the first, and both of these contexts are, in turn, encompassed by the unitary and valuatively affirming aesthetic context of the author-artist, who is situated outside the poem’s architectonic of seeing the world (not the author-hero, who is a participant in this architectonic) and outside that of the contemplator.
  64. It is true that in the cattle-yard things went no better than before, and Ivan strenuously opposed warm housing for the cows and butter made of fresh cream, affirming that cows require less food if kept cold, and that butter is more profitable made from sour cream, and he asked for wages just as under the old system, and took not the slightest interest in the fact that the money he received was not wages but an advance out of his future share in the profits.
  65. You can refrain from affirming that you continue to be a landowner or factory-owner, a merchant, an artist, an author, because you are thus useful to men; from declaring that you are a governor, an attorney-general, a czar, not because it is agreeable or you are accustomed to be such, but for the good of men; from saying that you remain a soldier, not through fear of punishment, but because you consider the army indispensable for the protection of men's lives.
  66. Jonathan Edwards expounds 1 John chapter 4, the whole thing, and we haven’t got time to read through it—read through it when you go home—but here’s how he differentiates between the genuine and the false: One, does the preaching in the movement affirm the historic Jesus as the crucified and risen Messiah? Is it Christ-centred? Two, does it oppose sin and worldly lusts? Three, does it awaken respect for Scripture by affirming its truth and its divine source? Four, does it awaken an awareness of the shortness of life and the coming of judgment? Five, does it awaken genuine love, both towards God and one’s neighbour? Six, does it produce converts with good fruit in their lives?
  67. For who is there who anything of some significance has apprehended but is conscious that that exterior splendour may be the surface of a downwardtending lutulent reality or on the contrary anyone so is there unilluminated as not to perceive that as no nature's boon can contend against the bounty of increase so it behoves every most just citizen to become the exhortator and admonisher of his semblables and to tremble lest what had in the past been by the nation excellently commenced might be in the future not with similar excellence accomplished if an inverecund habit shall have gradually traduced the honourable by ancestors transmitted customs to that thither of profundity that that one was audacious excessively who would have the hardihood to rise affirming that no more odious offence can for anyone be than to oblivious neglect to consign that evangel simultaneously command and promise which on all mortals with prophecy of abundance or with diminution's menace that exalted of reiteratedly procreating function ever irrevocably enjoined?
  68. Candy affirming whisper was kept from others earshot,.
  1. They affirmed that it was.
  2. This is what we affirmed.
  3. Be it affirmed, however, that.
  4. Kaitlyn affirmed she could not.
  5. Can the contrary be affirmed?
  6. The Senate affirmed the verdict.
  7. Yes, he said, let that be affirmed.
  8. Some affirmed that the Reverend Mr.
  9. We have honor, Monique affirmed.
  10. Yes, that may be safely affirmed of them.
  11. She affirmed she had noticed my noticing.
  12. You wil see him, my mother affirmed.
  13. The servants affirmed they had not seen her.
  14. All but the shouting, Elizabeth affirmed.
  15. He affirmed that the Poles had cheated at cards.
  16. It consisted in what he did and in what he affirmed.
  17. He affirmed my order by nodding his head and smiling.
  18. Yes, and on around to the top, affirmed the guest.
  19. Yes it is, Spike affirmed, shaking the Texnos hand.
  20. Si, senor, the major affirmed, gravely, with conviction.
  21. Nichols is opposing something that has not been affirmed.
  22. They were "ill eneugh for ony fahl manners," he affirmed.
  23. We had come to the same conclusion, Justine affirmed.
  24. And as an affirmed Protestant Christian, that bothered her.
  25. They were ‘ill eneugh for ony fahl manners,’ he affirmed.
  26. I have no doubt he was murdered, Mary Catherine affirmed.
  27. I denied all belief in loss and separation, and affirmed that.
  28. Coast affirmed to us that God was not finished with us in Kansas.
  29. However, as Krishn has affirmed, there are five causes of action.
  30. Was the sun shining, though? Of course, affirmed Edward stoutly.
  31. The elements of disorder were, they affirmed, in action already.
  32. A few millennia ago the Bible affirmed that GOD is the father of.
  33. In about eighteen months the verdict should be affirmed on appeal.
  34. He has affirmed this in many discourses, including the one in July.
  35. Reward and punishment presupposes judgment just as Campbell affirmed.
  36. Not in most ways, Alex affirmed, thinking back to his encounter.
  37. Yes, Sir! they all affirmed and rode off to see that it was done.
  38. They affirmed that a man with a trained imagination could not possibly.
  39. Now what is that which never has a being? Krishn affirmed while resolv-.
  40. The highest judicial institution has affirmed what was absolutely unjust.
  41. Most parents would probably have the opposite reaction, affirmed in their.
  42. Yeah, you almost lost a tooth, the voice in his head affirmed his statements.
  43. The Germans and the Japs were going to have their little lookin, he affirmed.
  44. I affirmed that the usurper was not in a condition to resist disciplined forces.
  45. This is true not because a philosopher affirmed it, it is true because there is a.
  46. I spat out, and affirmed it tasted detestably—I would not take it on any account.
  47. I spat out, and affirmed it tasted detestably---I would not take it on any account.
  48. He is happiest when acknowledged and affirmed as Christ, the Son of Man (son of God).
  49. During a two-day retreat, its board affirmed its goal of empowering the poor:.
  50. This circumstance, Keller affirmed, had led him to feel some suspicion from the first.
  51. Jesus affirmed the need to deal with selfish ambition – using others to advance self.
  52. One morning you would open the paper, the cabman affirmed, and read: Return of Parnell.
  53. Wickland smiled, then affirmed, No, I’m sure the owner will be by to pick them up.
  54. You all stand affirmed in this oath to serve the Creator? I asked, looking around.
  55. When Paul said, 'We shall not all sleep,' he affirmed that not all of those in Corinth were.
  56. A few of them were still there when one of them began to talk as another affirmed his speech.
  57. There is no way, or nothing you can say my Queen that will alter my mind Ishvara affirmed.
  58. He had asked the Chosin healers about the plague and they affirmed that they were familiar with it.
  59. She began singing herself, but then she perceived that Elior now neither sang nor affirmed the Light.
  60. Oath: A solemn affirmation or declaration, made with an appeal to God for the truth of what is affirmed.
  61. Then after 911, the Congress and the Justice Department affirmed the Presidential power to implement it.
  62. This statement is given voluntarily, with no inducements and is affirmed by Chin Lei to be the whole truth.
  63. He had but just acquired a faith; must he then reject it already? He affirmed to himself that he would not.
  64. The entire group of models on the show affirmed that, as young girls, they were actively pursued by older men.
  65. What is it to you if I should will for you to continue living? Kuri affirmed as more statement than question.
  66. Christ's words, it is affirmed, were understood by the robber in the sense which they popularly bore at that epoch.
  67. The motion had a duel meaning; it was one of understanding but also one that outwardly affirmed her inner decision.
  68. Basically 2(d) affirmed the Church’s historic and current doctrine and practice in relation to human sexuality (i.
  69. At first she had a ritual phrase that affirmed her freedom of thought: To hell with a fan when the wind is blowing.
  70. International agreements reached at the Geneva Conference (1954) affirmed the boundaries of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.
  71. His scorn of priests as priests remained; but after all, it was impossible to know whether what they affirmed was not true.
  72. He affirmed that they were subjects of the Khanate of the Green Mist, although they had never been bothered by them before.
  73. Even Admiral Hylensia, usually affirmed in the resoluteness of his orders, could only recommend ‘by any necessary means’.
  74. They've had the case for 2 1/2 years and people that came to D/R a year after me have already had their convictions affirmed.
  75. But Krishn refuted him and affirmed that there would be varnsankar only if he was not assiduously engaged in his appointed task.
  76. She felt strangely affirmed by this—she was by no means a young woman anymore, despite her smooth skin and physical appearance.
  77. He spoke of "questions of their own superstition, and of one Jesus, which was dead, whom Paul affirmed to be alive" (Acts 25:19).
  78. OK thanks Texno, I will take care of matters from here, affirmed Spike, who had been standing off to the side during all this intro.
  79. Krishn also admits at the same time that he is not saying this as an incarnation of God: he is only saying what has also been affirmed by.
  80. She affirmed he would be better in a bit, but he couldn't do with that shrieking and din; and she took me, and nearly carried me into the house.
  81. Linton denied that people ever hated their wives; but Cathy affirmed they did, and, in her wisdom, instanced his own father's aversion to her aunt.
  82. For the most part we have affirmed our confidence in a new society and a stronger citizen to make this thing work without destroying the country.
  83. Olivia affirmed her guess aloud and with a slight disappointment that her ruse was unsuccessful she went to sit down and watch the continuing game.
  84. She affirmed he would be better in a bit, but he couldn’t do with that shrieking and din; and she took me, and nearly carried me into the house.
  85. First, it affirmed that stocks had been plummeting, something that anyone could see from his brokerage statements or from the chart of the averages.
  86. Linton denied that people ever hated their wives; but Cathy affirmed they did, and, in her wisdom, instanced his own father’s aversion to her aunt.
  87. Most parents would probably have the opposite reaction, affirmed in their knowledge that children imitate aggressive behavior they see on television.
  88. It also affirmed that corporations were in disarray because of widespread accounting fraud and pension plan underfunding due to the stock market drop.
  89. Giggling with delight as the first chomp affirmed what his leader had shown, he grimaced his victory over the others who had been slower to comprehend.
  90. And El Senor Gobernador he had remained, with his small jokes upon his function and upon his domain, where he affirmed with humorous exaggeration to Mrs.
  91. This way he feels alive, his very existence is affirmed and he acquires a sensation of clear boundaries (where the narcissist ends and the world begins).
  92. But what is so headstrong as youth? What so blind as inexperience? These affirmed that it was pleasure enough to have the privilege of again looking on Mr.
  93. He recounted no less than five different times when the Master had affirmed he would rise again and at least three times when he alluded to the third day.
  94. On the contrary, from Mirabeau to Robespierre, the revolutionists, it has been noted, were mostly of the bourgeoisie, and their key pronunciamentos affirmed.
  95. It can probably be affirmed without hesitation that it constitutes a safe and profitable method of determining and taking advantage of undervalued situations.
  96. Further, we affirmed that justice was doing one's own business, and not being a busybody; we said so again and again, and many others have said the same to us.
  97. When Paul said, 'We shall not all sleep,' he affirmed that not all of those in Corinth were going to die physically before the resurrection happened Samuel G.
  98. Let us now consider the history of these words, used (as is affirmed) in the New Testament, to signify the endless misery of souls and bodies, immortal or immortalized.
  99. First, the only quote that he recorded came from the white bishop who affirmed African-American potential to demonstrate their manhood and earn respect through missions.
  100. Speaker decided that, a question being divided, one part affirmed and the other rejected, a question cannot be put upon the whole of the resolution as originally proposed.
  1. It affirms the value of the.
  2. The moon-god affirms that we will survive.
  3. God abolishes whatever He wills, and He affirms.
  4. Clifford affirms, to 'destroy two civilizations.
  5. Colossians affirms this in the first chapter when.
  6. The Bible affirms that man does not live on bread.
  7. But, whereas Krishn affirms in the chapter that God.
  8. Krishn affirms that only men of perfection can see God.
  9. What affirms that which we have said is God's saying:.
  10. It is up to the person who affirms anything to prove it.
  11. That explains why he affirms, for the fourth time, at the.
  12. Paul affirms in the Epistle to the Church of Rome also (ch.
  13. When he affirms, tell him that you changed your mind about it.
  14. Denny affirms, and without which his supposed proof is worthless.
  15. The Lord again affirms His covenant to the Jews, and His commitment.
  16. And Krishn now affirms that man is naturally endowed with the qual-.
  17. The group touches on the problem of love and affirms that love solves.
  18. But God nullifies what Satan interjects, and God affirms His revelations.
  19. If that were true, as he affirms, then sins could not be blotted out at all.
  20. The ideal of perfection does not kill one’s Being, but it affirms non-being in.
  21. The Eastern way of thinking that affirms that only being is and becoming is pure.
  22. He affirms it is appointed unto men one to die, and says this would be dying twice.
  23. The noble verse which affirms this saying is: No! the Hour is their appointed time.
  24. Paul also affirms that soon as absent from the body we are present with the Lord.
  25. Of course that would be dying twice, as the Bible affirms, and which is denied by Nichols.
  26. This affirms that the cupping operation should be applied only before breakfast in the morning.
  27. But Professor Clifford, a more consistent materialist, stoutly affirms it (Fortnightly Review, No.
  28. He affirms that beauty may be defined objectively, and that it essentially consists in variety in unity.
  29. John affirms that it was the glory of Messiah that Isaiah saw, and yet Isaiah affirms that it was JEHOVAH.
  30. Each born with his divine providence, his fate and luck prescribed at birth, as the Muslim religion affirms.
  31. Sommer affirms, is no proof at all that are in a place of happiness, and to so assume is a palpable mistake.
  32. The Bible affirms God is light meaning light impulses or light encased in love impulse, to set forth knowing.
  33. Natural Law, as prescribed by our Creator, affirms the Equality of Humankind within the Eternal Order of Things.
  34. Joseph affirms he's sure he's an altered man: that the Lord has touched his heart, and he is saved 'so as by fire.
  35. Again and again he carefully details discussions between 'the Jews’ and Jesus Christ, in which he affirms that,—.
  36. Joseph affirms he’s sure he’s an altered man: that the Lord has touched his heart, and he is saved so as by fire.
  37. The congress affirms its belief that the brotherhood of man involves as a necessary consequence a brotherhood of nations.
  38. Our progress during the first quarter affirms that we have the right strategies in place for 2009, McLaughlin continued.
  39. In displaying the work of his few thousand, topped by only a few dozen, Murray affirms Lukacs’ view of how fragile civilization is.
  40. It is up to the person who affirms anything to prove it, and it is not up to the person in the negative to prove something is not true.
  41. Paul affirms, as a reason for the resurrection of the body, surely the same indwelling operates to the blessedness of the surviving spirit.
  42. And he, too, Krishn affirms in the seventeenth verse of Chapter 9, is the bearer and preserver of the whole world as also the giver of rewards.
  43. Agent Eells affirms that clothes are left out day and night, tools are left in open sheds, doors are never locked, and yet they have never had an article stolen.
  44. We cognitively act conservatively within a confirmation bias that congruently affirms what we need to believe in relation to personal requirements and experiences.
  45. Here Ulysses affirms with conviction that neither Circe nor Calypso can stop him from continuing to believe in his goal of cultivating his relationship with Penelope.
  46. Lago affirms, without quoting any study, that the victims of a new war would be infinitely more numerous than the dead in the Twin Towers and more than 80% will be.
  47. And this is a lesson which I suspect you must have learnt out of Homer; for he, speaking of Autolycus, the maternal grandfather of Odysseus, who is a favourite of his, affirms that.
  48. The germs of faith and penitence, which Christ affirms would have flourished under a more luminous dispensation on earth, may in many cases receive such illumination in a state beyond.
  49. As the Acts of the Apostles affirms: In about the year AD 30 in Jerusalem on the day of Pentecost, Peter made a proclamation to the Jewish pilgrims gathered together for the festival:.
  50. The Congress affirms its belief that the brotherhood of man involves as a necessary consequence a brotherhood of nations, in which the true interests of all are acknowledged to be identical.
  51. The Congress affirms its belief that the brotherhood of man involves as a necessary consequence a brotherhood of nations, in which, the true interests of all are acknowledged to be identical.
  52. Yet that old man by the kitchen fire affirms he has seen two on 'em, looking out of his chamber window, on every rainy night since his death: and an odd thing happened to me about a month ago.
  53. Yet that old man by the kitchen fire affirms he has seen two on ’em looking out of his chamber window on every rainy night since his death:—and an odd thing happened to me about a month ago.
  54. Determinism is a philosophical proposition that basically affirms that every human motive or design or action, for that matter, is ―the inevitable consequence of antecedents that are independent of human will.
  55. However, when man awakens to the truth and affirms his oneness with all Life, he finds that he takes on the clear eye, the elastic step, the vigor of youth; he finds that he has discovered the source of all power.
  56. Baldwin Brown for believing that the threatening of destruction in the Bible always stands for the idea of 'annihilation,’—only he affirms that it is the sinner’s sin which is to be destroyed in bell, not himself.
  57. So says the law on all civilized nations of earth, so affirms the Bible from alpha to omega, so agrees the whole nature of man—proved by the administration of the death penalty by painless methods to the greatest criminals.
  58. Secondly, he affirms that music and gymnastic are not, as common opinion is apt to imagine, intended, the one for the cultivation of the mind and the other of the body, but that they are both equally designed for the improvement of the mind.
  59. That which our Lord affirms is that baptism by water is necessary and that baptism by the Spirit is necessary; but He does not connect the two together, so as to imply that regeneration by the Spirit takes place at or in the baptism by water.
  60. I believe an interview would convince you that my father's character is not mine: he affirms I am more your nephew than his son; and though I have faults which render me unworthy of Catherine, she has excused them, and for her sake, you should also.
  61. His conclusion must be, therefore, people may be eternally destroyed and be eternally in a hopeful condition, and not suffer at all, for the text cited is positive those people were not suffering, thought he (Nichols) affirms they were destroyed.
  62. What affirms the meaning we have mentioned is the order which God gave to His noble Prophet (cpth) when He says: you, give no heed, : that is: I bid you, My dear, to turn from him since he has been guided, and to try to save My straying obedients.
  63. Such being the case, it is valueless and affirms no fact, and therefore we do not heed or take into consideration what it warns us of, while we listen carefully to the absolute and serious speech and take our precautions to face the troubles it cautions us of.
  64. Homer instead affirms, and Cosmo-Art along with him, that Ulysses exists and suffers so he can create the immortal beauty that becomes possible when there is concordance between an I and a You, as well as concordance between the I and the Personal SELF and the Cosmic SELF.
  65. I will not conceal from you that Grigory himself confidently affirms and bears witness that you must have run from that door, though, of course, he did not see you do so with his own eyes, since he only noticed you first some distance away in the garden, running towards the fence.
  66. For in his Natural History, the Baron himself affirms that at sight of the Sperm Whale, all fish (sharks included) are "struck with the most lively terrors," and "often in the precipitancy of their flight dash themselves against the rocks with such violence as to cause instantaneous death.
  67. Now if the second death is eternal torment, and if it depends on the will of God for its perpetuity, and he has no pleasure in it, why should he not blot them out and end it? If it is a matter of will, then consistency would demand their extinction, provided he has no pleasure in it as he affirms.
  68. Or, it may all be, as my husband stolidly affirms, just the logical result of meeting Sir Christopher Columbus, a carnivorous quadruped of the family Felidæ, much domesticated, in this case, white with markings as black and shiny as a crow's wing, so named because he voyaged about our village, not in search of a new world, but in search of a new home.
  69. But Heathcliff affirms his principal reason for resuming a connection with his ancient persecutor is a wish to instal himself in quarters at walking distance from the Grange, and an attachment to the house where we lived together; and likewise a hope that I shall have more opportunities of seeing him there than I could have if he settled in Gimmerton.
  70. But Heathcliff affirms his principal reason for resuming a connection with his ancient persecutor is a wish to install himself in quarters at walking distance from the Grange, and an attachment to the house where we lived together; and likewise a hope that I shall have more opportunities of seeing him there than I could have if he settled in Gimmerton.
  71. On one occasion the Prophet teaches that the reward for good is paradise (3:136), but on another he asks (55:60), Is the reward of goodness aught but goodness? He affirms that everything proceeds from the will of God, who knowingly leads men astray (45:23), but in a latter chapter, he says the opposite: that every man is responsible for his own acts and deed.
  72. The said Nicholas Ridley affirms, maintains, and stubbornly defends certain opinions, assertions, and heresies, contrary to the Word of God and the received faith of the Church, as in denying the true and natural body and blood of Christ to be in the sacrament of the altar, and secondarily, in affirming the substance of bread and wine to remain after the words of consecration.
  73. He affirms his faith in the principles of fraternity, humanity, justice, and political science, and yet the oppression of the working-class is an indispensable factor in his daily life, and he constantly employs it to attain his own ends in spite of his principles; and he not only lives in this manner, but he devotes all his energies to maintain a system which is directly opposed to all his beliefs.
  74. We have seen examples of systematic and nonsystematic physical, psychological and spiritual abuse in many cultures and societies as an outcome of perpetrators ignorance, arrogance, fear, paranoia and hatred exacerbating the hysterically blind following of misinformation and propaganda that affirms one’s beliefs, thoughts and feelings manifest from the mix of one’s intellect, cognitions and emotions interacting with one’s base desires.
  75. Deriving the meaning of each of the two parts of a compound idea from it antithetical fellow, how could it be objected to stating the case presented thus: ‘He affirms the ‘death’ threatened to the wicked to mean a ‘miserable existence,’ which is a compound idea, and antithesis of which must also be a compound idea, each part agreeing antithetically to its fellow in the first part—therefore, the life promised the righteous must mean a happy death.
  76. My heart affirms the same to me,.

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