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  1. Elevate the Heat of Your Bed.
  2. Once you elevate any book to the.
  3. Elevate yourself to a higher level.
  4. Love is the only way to elevate oneself.
  5. Elevate the affected limb and rest completely.

  6. I can’t, sir! My gun can’t elevate that high.
  7. However, as we ascend and elevate, we can.
  8. Elevate yourself above the survivor mentality.
  9. I dont know… plants that elevate your perceptions.
  10. L-Tyrosine and Thiamine are great ways to elevate your.
  11. You need to lie down, and elevate that cast on your leg.
  12. Stress or type A behaviour may elevate cholesterol in men.
  13. Ensure that the shoulder does not elevate or internally rotate.
  14. To help elevate the whole family and to lift up the hearts and.
  15. One should elevate oneself by one’s own efforts and by no means.

  16. Instruct the patient to swallow while feeling their larynx elevate.
  17. To suppose otherwise is to elevate form completely over substance.
  18. In this new work, Fernández advises readers to elevate their sights.
  19. It is by degrading myself in your eyes that I elevate myself in my own.
  20. So, as you’re learning to elevate yourself into a state of.
  21. What we’ve tried to do, I think, is to elevate high school graduation.
  22. Ensure that the shoulder does not elevate and the elbow remains extended.
  23. This would elevate the franchise to a loftier level in terms of philosophy.
  24. Sydney Rosenfeld tried to elevate the stage with the Century Players.
  25. Most religious adherents also expected a messiah to elevate their religion.

  26. Upaya hopped onto Rahu and had this Raksha elevate him over those contenders.
  27. Ensure that the patient does not elevate or internally rotate their shoulder.
  28. Like I said before I don’t have the time to try and elevate your weak ass mind.
  29. He placed a couple of firm cushions beneath her cast, to elevate the broken ankle.
  30. Women also elevate their blood pressure when they are worried about various things.
  31. The revelation of the captain’s elevate stature slightly intimidates Cass though.
  32. Give thanks for your food and elevate the energy vibration of eating to a higher level.
  33. They are a little closer to heaven, it is true, but they elevate those around them too.
  34. Saturated fats elevate blood cholesterol by increasing both the good HDL and the bad LDL.
  35. The more you elevate yourself through this, the more you start to worry about the world.
  36. Ensure that the arm flexes forwards rather than abducts and the shoulder does not elevate.
  37. The tantric rituals are dedicated to this cult of femaleness and elevate her to a cosmic force.
  38. Now don"t take this as a fact, because I certainly don"t want to elevate your spirits for nothing.
  39. Rome has always sought to elevate its status by attempting to obliterate the knowledge and history of.
  40. We elevate by degrees whomever We will; and above every person of knowledge, there is one more learned.
  41. Perhaps it enjoyed elevating their fear as a chef might elevate temperature to cook tasty, moist treats.
  42. Acetylcysteine can be used to elevate or re-establish more optimal levels of liver and blood glutathione.
  43. He had always imagined that the presence of snow on the ground would elevate the event to an entirely new level.
  44. My face is too round, my eyes are too far apart and my cheekbones lack the height needed to elevate me to exotic.
  45. This thinking used Black Power to elevate the Black Experience to even par with the authority of the Bible.
  46. Restricting sugar and caffeine in people with depression has been reported to elevate mood in preliminary research.
  47. I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of man to elevate his life by conscious endeavor.
  48. This moment, was the calm before the storm, when his pulse would elevate even though there was no action, no threat.
  49. He failed to elevate those rescued from slave ships to the high status of Christ’s ambassadors to the entire world.
  50. Reluctant to give up, they could determine no way to pull the ship off the beach or elevate it enough to repair the gear.
  51. His first act was to elevate his torch to a level with my face, squint malignantly, project his under lip, and turn away.
  52. His first act was to elevate his torch to a level with my face, squint malignantly, project his under-lip, and turn away.
  53. This ponderous person exemplifies the peculiar tendency of the black jailer uniform to elevate the ego of the weak minded.
  54. When you lie down on your bed to relax after having intercourse with your partner, it is best that you elevate your hips.
  55. I should rather say that those who elevate astronomy into philosophy appear to me to make us look downwards and not upwards.
  56. A servant is someone who listens to commands and does what they're commanded to do, but Jesus wants to elevate their status.
  57. How strange were the ways of the Creator; to elevate an escaped arena slave like myself to a position of such wealth and honor.
  58. Its necessary tendency is to prostrate the country at the feet of the enemy, and to elevate a party on the ruins of the public.
  59. But people can elevate cooperation and mutual benefit by adopting these changes essential to equitable governance and culture:.
  60. And as with all art its raison dêtre is to create beauty in language, to inspire emotions and to elevate us above our humdrum.
  61. And it was just this confusion of ideas that those Europeans of a later age, who had lost all faith, tried to elevate into a law.
  62. With the top of the counter lifted off, the racks elevate themselves to counter level and then move horizontally onto the counters.
  63. Evette glanced up at Roric, who still held her hand and said, You’re a wise father to elevate your son in the eyes of your men.
  64. Still in his vehicle, he could feel his blood pressure elevate at the continuous thought of $19 million dollars in cash, after taxes.
  65. This thought helps very much, that in this lies my task, in this is my opportunity to elevate myself, to approach perfection somewhat.
  66. Men and money, patience and prayer, wisdom and work, will elevate the black man to his proper place, surely, though it may be slowly.
  67. Instruct the patient to slide the tips of their fingers along the table towards their palm to elevate their metacarpophalangeal joints.
  68. That I think would make a great story on a number of fronts, because it would elevate the movie above the standard shoot-the-bad-guy theme.
  69. There are many who appreciate and long for a better and purer life for their own people, and they are doing much to elevate the tone of society.
  70. A wise philosopher of the last century reminds us that society will not gain much by tearing down the rich man in order to elevate the poor man.
  71. No amount of art, even of the Great American variety, can elevate you above, or insulate you from, the divisions, the cataclysms, of ordinary life.
  72. The holy prophet (cpth) wants to elevate man and direct him to the greatest thing where he can get the favour of God the Almighty and His satisfaction.
  73. And believe me, if I still value my life it is only because I still hope to meet such a divine creature, who will regenerate, purify, and elevate me.
  74. For both golf and tennis elbow, the treatment is generally R-I-C-E; rest, ice, compress and elevate along with taking some anti inflammatory medications.
  75. Often the enemies of true religion attempt to elevate their position by postulating that the claims of religion have no place among the esteemed truths of history.
  76. Despair is a uniquely human condition that seeks to elevate an individual beyond the limits of physical and emotional endurance to ―some thing‖ sublimely higher.
  77. She remembered little of him, but a sailfish and the excitement of its catch remained fresh in her mind, although her lively reenactment did little to elevate spirits.
  78. Nietzsche claimed that everybody has the duty to evolve, to elevate and become a superman, for example by letting his better side prevail to rise above the norm.
  79. Some men must marry to elevate themselves a little, but when I am in need of that, I hope some one will tell me so—I hope some individual will apprise me of the fact.
  80. A high level of altruistic thinking plus the intelligence, structure and a sense of calling will elevate people to this level even though few get here their entire lives.
  81. If you are serious about becoming a bass angler, then you need to learn certain tactics and techniques that will help elevate your bass fishing game into a whole higher level.
  82. The second quality is that mantra must have a certain vibrational pattern so that when it is chanted latently, it should elevate the individual's inner vibration, or "initiative rhythm".
  83. When we follow the way of un-submissiveness and elevate our own selves we fall into the place of being ruled by the spirit of lucifer or Satan,520 who was the first to rebel against God.
  84. Instruct the patient to swallow again while feeling the larynx elevate and attempt to maintain the elevated position by tensing the muscles of their neck and squeezing with their tongue.
  85. She couldn’t elevate her guns as high as the angle-guns, so her maximum range was lower than it might have been, but at this moment, every inch of Evyrtyn was within her seven-mile reach.
  86. He knew where He came from, knew where He was going and knew His realm of domain, His mission and assignment in this world, and He came to elevate and raise others to become kings like Him.
  87. They hope to elevate the fear level among the populace convincing them that participation in the Revolution would cause great hardship to each person individually, and to the country itself.
  88. Yet since they are the thoughts of one of the greatest of human intelligences, and of one who had done most to elevate morality and religion, they seem to deserve a better treatment at our hands.
  89. I saw its eighteen-inch guns elevate and point at us and I then remembered a report I saw once about the battleships of that class being fitted with special anti-aircraft shells for their big guns.
  90. Alcohol in large doses can also increase cortisol release and, to the guys who drink regularly, pay attention because when consumed chronically, alcohol can decrease testosterone and elevate estrogen.
  91. For those plants that you have that need to have an acid mulch, all you need to do is add a sprinkling of pine needles to the mulched area and this will naturally elevate the acid content of the soil.
  92. It was a hard place to attempt to elevate the Indians, though I held several services with them, but there was a prospect that I might prevent their falling as deep into the pit as they would otherwise.
  93. The means and tools of understanding that we employ to elaborate the subject are merely an effort to elevate the seeker to such a plane of understanding where he or she gets ready to take a quantum leap.
  94. That our ruler should have attacked the disabled fleet as it was returning to Helium was but another of his awful blunders which I fear will sooner or later compel Zodanga to elevate a wiser man to his place.
  95. Going through hardship and suffering is an out-standing opportunity to remove karma, be cleansed of sin, purify the body, elevate your plane of thought, and rise in level 要 it's an extraordinarily good thing.
  96. I will do all in my power to elevate the standard in my profession, and will hold in confidence all personal matters committed to my keeping and all family affairs coming to my knowledge in the practice of my profession.
  97. It is theirs to support the distant but lasting interest of our country; it is theirs to elevate the minds of the people, and to call up all of those qualities by which present sacrifices are made to secure a future good.
  98. I saw plainly how you would look; and heard your impetuous republican answers, and your haughty disavowal of any necessity on your part to augment your wealth, or elevate your standing, by marrying either a purse or a coronet.
  99. I knew that foul exhalations like these daily rose in our cities, and crept along the ground, just as high as the spirits of lampblack and saline oil could elevate; falling, soon, by native baseness, into oblivion, in the jakes.
  100. The bible would be less scrutinized if it suggested that this is an attempt to elevate man by sharing ideas that can give them hope through miracle stories based on actual events that seek to inspire (by controlling) its audience.
  1. Standing and elevating the pelvis.
  2. A picture of Neil elevating a car over his head.
  3. An elevating platform egresses into the commune.
  4. His songs on Vedanta are soul-inspiring and elevating.
  5. He combed his blond hair backwards elevating the front.
  6. Elevating the Hips – This is referring to the woman's hips.
  7. The D loop is formed by elevating the rod to 11:00 at a.
  8. This had the effect of elevating the blood pressure in his head.
  9. Evidently, a graduated scale of tension was elevating, between them.
  10. Elevating his head a little, all he could see around him was silent repose.
  11. And here I am naturally led to reflect on the means of elevating a low subject.
  12. I had never seen anything like it before! It was brilliant, elevating, exhilarating.
  13. Elevating the sophomores to varsity status was an unusual move, but not unheard of.
  14. Visiting the Prophet (CPTH) and the Effect of his Love in Elevating the Believed Spirit.
  15. Visiting the Prophet (cpth) and the Effect of his Love in Elevating the Believing Spirit.
  16. Her fright elevating up, Sophia informed Bea about their presence, and that they needed to leave.
  17. The most tremendous and continuous elevating, purifying, strengthening force is religious faith.
  18. If you get to do it perfectly then try ahead lunges while standing, elevating, waling and rearing.
  19. Where the danger lurks is in elevating a belief system such as astrology to the level of a science.
  20. Sometimes varicose veins are painful, but elevating the affected leg usually brings significant relief.
  21. Perhaps it enjoyed elevating their fear as a chef might elevate temperature to cook tasty, moist treats.
  22. Now, you lend us mere apprentices, children incapable of elevating a pebble let alone a twelve ton stone.
  23. They would have to give up their dream of being on the top or elevating themselves in any way over others.
  24. Phenomenal! We shall be more fastidious in elevating the complexity of our vocabulary for our wise friend Tyler.
  25. The scout seized "killdeer" in his left hand, and elevating it about his head, he shook it in triumph at his enemies.
  26. When a woman becomes over reliant on such an item they may be putting themselves in danger of elevating their blood pressure.
  27. The student is an entire project, so their comprehension of ancillary matters was critical to elevating any single matter.
  28. Gavroche disdainfully contented himself, by way of reprisal, with elevating the tip of his nose with his thumb and opening his hand wide.
  29. Elevating an arm, he pointed out the track of the sun, repeating the gesture for every day that was necessary to accomplish their objects.
  30. Elevating the legs at the end of a long day helps to prevent problems with the blood vessels in the legs, as does wearing support stockings.
  31. To dream that you are hanging up clothes suggests that you are clarifying your thoughts and elevating yourself to a new state of awareness.
  32. We have another good use for surplus wealth in providing our cities with halls suitable for meetings of all kinds, and for concerts of elevating music.
  33. Originally he had been exiled from the Order for his beliefs, which included elevating mages to a godlike status while all others lived as their slaves.
  34. Then, elevating her rich features and beaming eyes, she continued, in tones scarcely less penetrating than the unearthly voice of the patriarch himself:.
  35. He would have little choice, as it was primarily this position that caused people to vote him president in the first place, elevating him in the primaries.
  36. We agreed that we had accomplished what we had set out to do, which was allowing Bob to have a public forum and in elevating awareness of the 222 movement.
  37. She made sure in one fell swoop to find a puppet to control –Roy–, elevating her in my esteem, and keeping my Power from expanding to its full potential.
  38. A comely, fresh-looking old man was conducting the service with that mild solemnity which has so elevating and soothing an effect on the souls of the worshipers.
  39. If Lady Bertram, with all her incompetency and languor, could feel this, the inference of what her niece, alive and enlightened as she was, must feel, was elevating.
  40. And travel through any State in the Union, and their effects may be readily seen, affording a prospect, consoling and elevating to the philanthropist and the patriot.
  41. He teaches how to eat, drink, cohabit, void excrement and urine, and the like, elevating what is mean, and does not falsely excuse himself by calling these things trifles.
  42. I personally don’t like them elevating a single man to the status of sainthood, but you have their attention, and before we leave for Earth, I think you should speak to them.
  43. Everyone is becoming like me, and Bob, and they are awakening to the power of elevating our consciousness collectively, believing in something new, and manifesting a new reality.
  44. Breathing in & out though the nose keep the mouth, lips and teeth closed to feel a little bit more of the stretch in the front of the throat, look up gently, elevating the chin upwards.
  45. Let no one underrate the influence of entertainments of an elevating or even of an amusing character, for these do much to make the lives of the people happier and their natures better.
  46. The conception of life of one of them, Baudelaire, consisted in elevating gross egotism into a theory, and replacing morality by a cloudy conception of beauty, and especially artificial beauty.
  47. She saw the combined desperation and determination in their postures and expressions, and she raised her left hand quickly, elevating the shotgun muzzle to point at the deckhead instead of them.
  48. One morning it drew itself up before the face of France, and, elevating its voice, it contested the collective title and the individual right of the nation to sovereignty, of the citizen to liberty.
  49. At the next instant he appeared on the level above, elevating his guns in triumph, while he moved with the air of a conqueror toward the renowned hunter who had honored him by so glorious a commission.
  50. Even if regarded as an ideal which can never be realized, it may have a great effect in elevating the characters of mankind, and raising them above the routine of their ordinary occupation or profession.
  51. And when I was asked whether I had not spent a memorable, an elevating evening, being talked to so much by the famous Nieberlein, I could only put on a solemn face and say that I should not soon forget it.
  52. She was interested at first, even elevating her large breasts so that her suitor could have a better look at what she was selling, but eventually her back slumped and her face went into an involuntary state of scrunching.
  53. Neither do we like to admit that the pleasures of knowledge, though more elevating, are not more lasting than other pleasures, and are almost equally dependent on the accidents of our bodily state (Introduction to Philebus).
  54. Cai came to his feet and so did Howell, both Val and Gareth gave me a look and I felt my heart skip a beat—lieutenant-general was all but elevating Medraut to joint ruler of the army, almost equal in rank to Arthur himself.
  55. At length his accurate and fastidious eye seemed satisfied, and, throwing out his left arm on the barrel, he was slowly elevating the muzzle, when an exclamation from Uncas, who sat in the bow, once more caused him to suspend the shot.
  56. Thankfulness is the dance of generosity, elevating the other into possibility, and the harder Ear looked, the more his subconscious expectation could hear his own voice woven into the emerging indigenous soundtrack for trans-multi-personal-cendence.
  57. Then holding the lance full before his waistband's middle, he levels it at the whale; when, covering him with it, he steadily depresses the butt-end in his hand, thereby elevating the point till the weapon stands fairly balanced upon his palm, fifteen feet in the air.
  58. Besides, such is the breadth of the upper part of the front of his head, and such the tapering cut-water formation of the lower part, that by obliquely elevating his head, he thereby may be said to transform himself from a bluff-bowed sluggish galliot into a sharppointed New York pilot-boat.
  59. The reason why the people have only one instructive and elevating, or even amusing, entertainment when a dozen would be highly beneficial, is that the rent of a hall, even when a suitable hall exists, which is rare, is so great as to prevent managers from running the risk of financial failure.
  60. A dormitory, for the physical and moral good of the young men, now crowded six and more in a room, in a building intended and much needed for other purposes; a library, as necessary in a college as steam in a factory; money, without which none of the means of elevating a race or individuals can be made effective.
  61. While we repudiate emphatically the idea that Mohammedanism can be a substitute for Christianity in civilizing Africa, yet it is only just that we should admit that Islam brings with it some influences for good into that benighted land—influences that strongly appeal to the higher instincts and aspirations of the people, and are, therefore, an elevating power.
  62. He also disproved each saying or tale that contradicts the impeccability of our Master Mohammad (cpth) in two books he had singled out about the chosen beloved-prophet Mohammad (cpth) - (the Reality of our Master Mohammad 'CPTH' Appears in the Twentieth Century) and (Visiting the Prophet's Position 'CPTH' and the Effect of his Love in Elevating the Believed Spirit).
  63. He also disproved each saying or tale that contradicts the impeccability of our Master Mohammad (cpth) in two books he had singled out about the chosen beloved-prophet Mohammad (cpth) - The Reality of our Master Mohammad ‘cpth’ Appears in the Twentieth Century and Visiting the Prophet’s Position ‘cpth’ and the Effect of his Love in Elevating the Believed Spirit.
  64. The spiritists taught that the kingdom would be ushered in by the great judgment of God which would relegate the unrighteous to their well-deserved judgment of punishment and final destruction, at the same time elevating the believing saints of the chosen people to high seats of honor and authority with the Son of Man, who would rule over the redeemed nations in God's name.
  65. Several persons pursuing a pathway, passed within a few inches of one of them without his betraying any emotion, but the moment he perceived me advancing with my eye fixed upon him, he with a sudden exertion assumed a defensive attitude, by elevating the anterior portion of his body, flattening his head, and 3 or 4 inches length of his neck; these he waved with a steady and oblique motion from side to side, uttering at the same time an audible sibilation, he made no attempt to escape, and seemed absolutely fearless until taken.
  66. What a tremendous philosophy, this! Is not that proof of a petrified heart? Can the spirit of Christian love and sympathy speak thus? Can this index of the human heart be elevating to the soul? Would you feel yourself more like the suffering Christ if you should reach an elevation where the witness of suffering would give you greater glory? Would not such a sign be evidence of baseness rather than virtue? Are the virtues of earth reversed in heaven? God is yet a merciful God and has no pleasure in the death of him that dies—we are told.
  67. The cause of the lie into which the art of our society has fallen was that people of the upper classes, having ceased to believe in the Church teaching (called Christian), did not resolve to accept true Christian teaching in its real and fundamental principles of sonship to God and brotherhood to man, but continued to live on without any belief, endeavoring to make up for the absence of belief—some by hypocrisy, pretending still to believe in the nonsense of the Church creeds; others by boldly asserting their disbelief; others by refined agnosticism; and others, again, by returning to the Greek worship of beauty, proclaiming egotism to be right, and elevating it to the rank of a religious doctrine.
  68. The curtain rose on the ballet, which was one of those excellent specimens of the Italian school, admirably arranged and put on the stage by Henri, who has established for himself a great reputation throughout Italy for his taste and skill in the choreographic art—one of those masterly productions of grace, method, and elegance in which the whole corps de ballet, from the principal dancers to the humblest supernumerary, are all engaged on the stage at the same time; and a hundred and fifty persons may be seen exhibiting the same attitude, or elevating the same arm or leg with a simultaneous movement, that would lead you to suppose that but one mind, one act of volition, influenced the moving mass—the ballet was called Poliska.
  69. But the release of the prisoners from chains, and their translation from the shadows to the images and to the light, and the ascent from the underground den to the sun, while in his presence they are vainly trying to look on animals and plants and the light of the sun, but are able to perceive even with their weak eyes the images in the water (which are divine), and are the shadows of true existence (not shadows of images cast by a light of fire, which compared with the sun is only an image)--this power of elevating the highest principle in the soul to the contemplation of that which is best in existence, with which we may compare the raising of that faculty which is the very light of the body to the sight of that which is brightest in the material and visible world--this power is given, as I was saying, by all that study and pursuit of the arts which has been described.
  70. On one side, precision, foresight, geometry, prudence, an assured retreat, reserves spared, with an obstinate coolness, an imperturbable method, strategy, which takes advantage of the ground, tactics, which preserve the equilibrium of battalions, carnage, executed according to rule, war regulated, watch in hand, nothing voluntarily left to chance, the ancient classic courage, absolute regularity; on the other, intuition, divination, military oddity, superhuman instinct, a flaming glance, an indescribable something which gazes like an eagle, and which strikes like the lightning, a prodigious art in disdainful impetuosity, all the mysteries of a profound soul, associated with destiny; the stream, the plain, the forest, the hill, summoned, and in a manner, forced to obey, the despot going even so far as to tyrannize over the field of battle; faith in a star mingled with strategic science, elevating but perturbing it.
  1. Sion (elevated) and was the.
  2. Which in the elevated sphere.
  3. It was an elevated clearing.
  4. My mood had suddenly elevated.
  5. I hope I elevated your blood.
  6. His bed was slightly elevated.
  7. Your pulse is elevated, too.
  8. Elevated levels of LDL can clog.
  9. Later elevated to sainthood, Adam.
  10. MY BLOOD PRESSURE WAS STILL ELEVATED.
  11. The man lay on the elevated platform.
  12. You need to keep that ankle elevated.
  13. Of elevated thoughts; a sense sublime.
  14. Murthi and several others elevated me.
  15. Keeping the legs elevated relieves pain.
  16. Oftentimes decks are elevated from the.
  17. Subsequently the weapons were elevated.
  18. My blood pressure was still elevated.
  19. In the north, an elevated region named.
  20. Arm is elevated to prevent severe swelling.
  21. Gavroche elevated his nose above his shawl.
  22. It is also associated with an elevated ESR.
  23. James was in an elevated state throughout.
  24. William dropped down onto an elevated ledge.
  25. Blood pressure is elevated, the EMT said.
  26. Adam is superior and more elevated than you.
  27. Emperor was very ceremoniously elevated and.
  28. It prevents elevated intracranial pressure.
  29. Taking place behind the elevated bench, 878.
  30. Skew was elevated but not off-the-charts high.
  31. There can be good reasons that IV is elevated.
  32. For some reason she always elevated his pulse.
  33. It was a clear shot from her elevated position.
  34. And why Joseph in the Bible was elevated from.
  35. Elevated levels of serotonin in the body often.
  36. Gavroche held the paper elevated above his head.
  37. An arm elevated like a shotgun to point at him.
  38. I’d been elevated to a higher level of being.
  39. The elevated thundered; tugs blew in the harbor.
  40. They had an elevated amount of certain hormones.
  41. Her eyebrows elevated in shock and stayed there.
  42. He moved to the front edge of the elevated patio.
  43. Elevated by its hump the frightful Devata held a.
  44. Another one landed on the elevated BQE Expressway.
  45. The bitch had elevated our pulse and blood pressure.
  46. Wargog froze, elevated a full three feet in the air.
  47. Doctors often recommend that people with elevated.
  48. Always remember this day! It elevated a notch.
  49. Special elevated seating was arranged for the nobles.
  50. The flooring was elevated, four-feet off the ground.
  51. I had a suspicion that my status was only elevated.
  52. Reza and Drey both elevated several feet into the air.
  53. She isn’t a true prophetess, but she has elevated.
  54. In the darkness, his figure elevated higher and higher.
  55. They stood with arms elevated, pointing their phasors.
  56. Short interest in this name is elevated at 10 percent.
  57. Jean Valjean elevated his head with so much majesty of.
  58. The closing piece of the concert found my soul elevated.
  59. He now had confirmation about his elevated libido and.
  60. He stopped before the elevated bridge saluting a boat.
  61. God of Moses, I'll bet that the vizier elevated him to.
  62. She immediately elevated Alice to the 150 ALICE HICKEY.
  63. He elevated the sport, but he also elevated the country.
  64. She seemed unimpressed by the new fad for elevated shoes.
  65. The four stood gazing at the elevated exit as if it were.
  66. His career was instantly raised to a more elevated plane.
  67. His foot touched the elevated edge marking the other side.
  68. If wound is at an extremity keep it elevated at all times.
  69. Figure out why these levels are elevated and then fix them.
  70. Therefore, God elevated Him to the place of highest honor.
  71. But as soon as he elevated them, they fell apart yet again.
  72. It was the American anatomist Harold Coolidge who elevated.
  73. Thus is obscurity elevated into a dogma among the new poets.
  74. I was able to see the valley from an elevated point here.
  75. Arriving at the end of the elevated concrete platform, she.
  76. Waterbury: The Importance of Aiming at an Elevated Standard.
  77. The consistent appearance of elevated planktonic levels is.
  78. Your sex life is being elevated and spiritualized these days.
  79. A and Dub where your status could be instantly elevated to a.
  80. Do another push-up, this time with the opposite hand elevated.
  81. The elevated position offered a clear line to someone exiting.
  82. Across the horizon, elevated above the District, bil owed the.
  83. From the elevated position of the monastery, the land ran down.
  84. The casket hatch swooshed open sensing the elevated bioactivity.
  85. She wasn’t phased by the threat, too lost in elevated hormones.
  86. But he is elevated to the rank of a Vaishya when his hold upon.
  87. This opened to reveal a large room with an empty elevated chair.
  88. He cared not, the pain merely elevated his rage and his strikes.
  89. A stack of bricks elevated one end; the other end rested on the.
  90. Elevated levels of LDL can clog arteries and cause heart disease.
  91. Whoever knows what Krishn knows from his elevated position will.
  92. The shooting stand was just a wooden elevated workbench on wheels.
  93. There were stairs that connected the elevated platform to an exit.
  94. Same goes to installing hard struts, elevated suspensions and so on.
  95. Having an elevated body temperature can be detrimental to the baby.
  96. From that elevated vantage position visitors could appreciate the.
  97. Back Foot Elevated Split Squats – blast your quads with this move.
  98. More than that, however, he realizes that we’ve falsely elevated.
  99. The sun elevated and the rays were already hurting Jericho’s eyes.
  100. This elevated form of nature state had to be staged over àforked`.
  1. Th e cult elevates.
  2. Savior and elevates itself to His divine stature.
  3. Then he elevates about an inch above the ground.
  4. The middle hooded figure slowly elevates his hand.
  5. A man murders his wife, and the king elevates.
  6. As serotonin is a neurotransmitter that elevates mood and.
  7. FATHER MALACHI O'FLYNN: (Takes from the chalice and elevates a.
  8. Attainment of sanctity elevates, but the mind conjures up one.
  9. So action is something that elevates the mind above desire and will.
  10. High glycemic or refined sugars cause elevated glucose, which elevates.
  11. They'll even let the Crows think that their size elevates their status.
  12. Please also take note that when the sun elevates towards the west, cases.
  13. It is also the ambrosia that elevates a mere mortal to the status of gods.
  14. This elevates the possibility that on 7/7 the British people were subjected to a.
  15. When people do for our country what Chris Kyle did, it elevates them to a special status.
  16. He splices a broken line, or pokes a bird’s nest off a boom, or elevates an antenna on struts.
  17. No, they practice being love, for it is love which is divine, since it integrates and elevates.
  18. So that with ease he elevates it in the air, and invariably does so when going at his utmost speed.
  19. This condition, known as a subdural hematoma, alters mood and vision and elevates levels of dementia.
  20. Fine art, poetry, that kind of thing, elevates a nation—emollit mores—you understand a little Latin now.
  21. This chapter elevates the vanguard leader’s role of mobilizing missionaries through empowerment instead of hungering for status, buildings, or titles.
  22. The third million elevates your subsistence-level income obtained from the first million, up to something sensible, but still not even close to being rich.
  23. Just the ability to read the contents of a packet header elevates a bridge above the level of a hub or repeater, both of which deal only with individual signals.
  24. There is no one who judges, condemns, or elevates us to different realms, just as there is nobody who decides which mind states we are to experience in each moment.
  25. A type 3 can act worse than a type 1, it all depends on who does or doesn't get help or meds or whose personality elevates or depreciates the event with conflicting factors.
  26. I renewed my acquaintance with the inimitable cat which arches its back, elevates its tail and miaows on the bench outside, its ginger-colored coat relieved against the cool blue-grays of the stone wall.
  27. The thing which elevates man to his Creator and makes him approach His Noble Presence is but his high deed, his strife in the cause of God, and his calling to people to follow the right path and guiding them to it.
  28. The only difference consists in the opposite character of the equality advocated by these two men; one is the equality that elevates, the other is the equality that degrades; one brings a king within reach of the guillotine, the other elevates the people to a level with the throne.
  29. These (human) restrictions, however, do not preclude the exercising of Free Will (or an individual‘s inherent capacity to make informed or independent decisions) that remain (the) necessary requirements for self-sufficiency and determination; whose absence would reduce Humankind to scripted characters in a play lacking moral and intellectual substance (or spiritual awareness) that otherwise elevates an individual beyond ceremonial customs to aspired spiritual ideals.
  30. This is the fact that is born of this illustrious story, as it revealed that seeing by Al’lah’s Light protects its holder whatever corruption may surround him, and that is the recommendation of Al’lah’s Envoy (cpth) concerning this time when man’s religion could not be elevated unless he persisted in following the path which led to attainment of the true faith, which elevates the mind and provides the heart of its holder with certain witnessing of its realities and wisdom.
  31. There it stood in its corner, melancholy, sick, crumbling, surrounded by a rotten palisade, soiled continually by drunken coachmen; cracks meandered athwart its belly, a lath projected from its tail, tall grass flourished between its legs; and, as the level of the place had been rising all around it for a space of thirty years, by that slow and continuous movement which insensibly elevates the soil of large towns, it stood in a hollow, and it looked as though the ground were giving way beneath it.

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