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    1. relationship, definitely we do not embark on a relationship with the expectation that it

    2. They then decided to embark after a sufficient breakfast on the morrow, and return for supper to Clive House

    3. Henry Livingson to truly begin the journey upon which she wished to embark

    4. It is important to evaluate the current diet that you eat before you embark on a

    5. embark upon the patrol

    6. You are about to embark on some new life adventure

    7. parents who leave their three teenage daughters in charge of their home while they embark on a three week vacation

    8. Before his discovery no previous studies had been performed in this field and he was about to embark on some ground-breaking work, without the tools and technology that we have available today

    9. Those who were to embark on the journey

    10. We did not have the leading or resources to embark in any other direc-

    11. You are either about to embark on selecting and implementing a new

    12. Their journey begins when they embark on St

    13. I opened it to find orders to embark on the ship in the Longjiang harbor that was flying a white pennant

    14. Cook’s home to embark on the journey that had led her so far from everything she had ever known

    15. “Goodbye, world, I’m about to embark on a journey that will

    16. Gretchen was away for several weeks at a time, only returning home briefly to check on things, so Stuart and Dale decided to embark on a new venture

    17. estate investing and rehabbing houses there are a few more abstract benefits that can be gained when you embark on a house rehabbing

    18. But when you embark on an Executive MBA Program, you’re investing in something you can control: yourself and your career

    19. Any advice to others wishing to embark on a similar path?

    20. wounded, because it is necessary that we all embark on a journey to tirelessly look

    21. resume its slump), a prudent society would embark on long-term policies to

    22. At the same time, 1d’ers have to embark on exercises to develop their consciousness and awareness

    23. Then, Zoroastro, acting in his capacity as judge and executioner of the judgment, took from his pocket a wrinkled and old paper sheet and using that tone of voice so tyrannical and authoritarian that dictators use when targeting people, he recited a few hypocritical words of encouragement; and once he had spoken, gave the order to the bodyguards and staff to embark the boat again

    24. These aliens, having realized that their race could not last forever on their little planet, so heavily devastated by extensive agricultural usage, were about to embark on a mission of colonization

    25. Well, here he is, McWipple himself, about to embark on something that he feels is not McWippley: War

    26. This indicates you have reached an achievement of sorts; it’s simply time to embark on another journey to fulfilment

    27. brother to embark upon a line of action the result of which, for good or evil,

    28. The last episode of his prehuman experience to be brought forth by the Adjuster was his farewell conference with Immanuel of Salvington just before his surrender of conscious personality to embark upon the Urantia incarnation

    29. 1 Jesus and his friends tarried in Caesarea beyond the time expected because one of the huge steering paddles of the vessel on which they intended to embark was discovered to be in danger of cleaving

    30. The loud speaker announcing the moment to embark

    31. Enjoy the hilarious antics of an elderly four piece band as they embark on a whirlwind tour of several countries in South East Asia, unaware of their amazing worldwide success

    32. Those not on a spiritual path might embark on one

    33. And so, by evening of this day, these messengers arrived from Bethsaida bringing funds sufficient to sustain the apostles until their return to embark upon the Decapolis tour

    34. in which her baby could embark;

    35. They'd have a field day and embark on an enormous spending binge because most of this country's quarter of a million Native Indians live in or unbearably close to poverty

    36. "Of course! When Canadian troops were preparing to embark in Victoria to sail for Vladivostok, Bolsheviks demonstrated and angrily protested Canadian assistance for the White armies

    37. “We are over a hundred people short of our authorized staffing and yet we will embark on a mission that could as easily make history as the one our father embarked on as he fled from Earth

    38. Think, however, of how often we embark on such missions

    39. Eventually, Alan, Pete and his mother, Teresa, embark on Pete’s dream

    40. Obviously you will have different levels of cleaning each time you embark on this endeavor

    41. Mac, played by Riegert, takes a journey to Scotland, and his life changes, not unlike those trips that we embark on

    42. And it seems that deep within ourselves we know that the only way to find that ultimate satisfaction, that ultimate contentment and inner peace, which comes with the realisation of the ultimate truth, is to embark on a quest, a sometimes frightening, always mysterious, secret inward journey, that is the search for the lost child

    43. � Mister Stilwell�s job will be to embark us on his boat at the end of the mission and bring us back to England

    44. All the passengers for Japan will embark with only what they can carry by hand

    45. Though what would happen if Gordon were to embark upon a real flight?

    46. The frosts came in November thus enabling the German forces to embark on their final lunge towards Moscow

    47. It had become a habit of Greg to embark on random pilgrimages to Anton Clegg’s neighbourhood to seek him out, stalk him and then allow himself to fester over the many conceived destinies he could wish upon the man

    48. He was not about to embark on a suicide mission for Saddam

    49. They were waiting in the spaceport, and it was just ten minutes before they would embark when Hurd’s guards arrived and arrested them

    50. Before you embark on a new project, approve the business plan

    1. He praised her for her foresight, and with his blessing she embarked on her mission

    2. embarked upon a policy that some of you disagree with is,

    3. Tom had just embarked on his first tour of duty after passing out

    4. An apprenticeship was arranged and Harry embarked upon his fledgeling vocation while still maintaining his Malvern studies

    5. gone now; his hands were firm and sure, holding her as they embarked on the

    6. He may have learned that they’d embarked for Asia Minor, but he wouldn’t know where

    7. The scratches and bluish-purple marks on her face and arms served as graphic testimony to the quest she had embarked upon - one with an unknown end

    8. Much to Mr Pinscher's dismay, he reached out for the largest and plumpest of the drumsticks, settled into an elbow chair, and embarked on a series of exploratory nibbles

    9. and thought that her luck might be good if she searched the ship for food, and, with her foraging or perhaps sleeping in the lower deck, the ship embarked

    10. Newton was enthusiastic about this challenge and embarked on a journey, which would last for 55 years until his death in 1727

    11. Eventually we arrived at Boulogne on a wet and windy night we marched down the quayside and embarked on a ship that looked pretty small to my eyes

    12. The West Yorkshire Regiment, when their captives had been safely transferred, at once embarked on the “Manilla

    13. The Special Service Corps marched into the Castle, travel stained and weary, and were to have embarked on board the “Coromandel

    14. Addendum to the above: Far too many of us have embarked on the road to our (―own‖) salvation!

    15. Addendum to the above: Such efforts are in keeping with custodial designs embarked upon in the sixties to promote bigger

    16. We are all (ultimately) defined by the choices we make whether or not such choices are circumstantial or embarked upon voluntarily

    17. The Hard Left embarked on brilliantly conceived (however

    18. Thomas had spoken the first words since they embarked back

    19. The General had embarked on a journey of reminiscence in his mind

    20. but as we embarked upon this faith adventure across America with

    21. themselves suddenly without a home, would feel if they embarked on

    22. persevere with the very same specimens that embarked on the first

    23. Tarazi embarked on an

    24. into troop transports that would carry embarked Marines and SEALs,

    25. After the Germans surrendered, his unit of combat engineers was put on troop ships and embarked for the invasion of Japan when the atomic bombs forced the emperor to surrender

    26. Jesus, before He embarked on His ministry was led out into the wilderness to fast for forty days

    27. The people of the Exodus came from a pastoral heritage, becoming settled over many generations and then returning to earlier pastoral ways as they embarked upon this epic journey

    28. 22b The multitude who stood on the other side of the sea saw that there was no other boat there except the one in which His disciples had embarked and that Jesus hadn't entered with His disciples into the boat but His disciples had gone away alone

    29. Nuke, Marjie and I had been informed by a spirit guide that we had family connections in the northeast, and that we should go there to complete the circle of sacred journeys we had embarked upon years before

    30. generations and then returning to earlier pastoral ways as they embarked upon this epic

    31. I embarked for the store, feeling like my life was starting over, fresh and new and more exciting than it had been in a long time

    32. Navy sailors embarked to the combat theater on their own ships

    33. Javier Torrez has embarked on what he calls his “third career

    34. have the day we embarked stayed with us for quite a few days

    35. After finishing university, Alastair Humphreys embarked on a journey to cycle around the world with only £7,000

    36. Nevertheless, the Labour Party was voted in, and it embarked on immediate wholesale nationalization of industry – and, most tragically, the socialization of the healthcare system

    37. Paul John Knowles who embarked upon a random killing spree in 1972, claiming the lives of at least 24 victims, declared himself to be “the only successful member of my family” and positively basked in the media attention after his arrest

    38. He did not have money to travel, so he embarked on the journey by land and spent rest of his life at Gāndhi’s Āshram in Wardhā, central India

    39. Leonardo knew her in one of the activities in which he embarked after graduating, promoting the secular texts among the population

    40. Then as soon as we embarked I got ‘lost’ on deck, watching the setting sun turn the cliffs to gold

    41. So it was! Neither of us wanted to give up, and by dint of fights and confrontations, we embarked on the task of digging into bloody world history books to find and shred data and dates that sustained our most outrageous hypotheses and affirmations

    42. Then we heard another scream; it looked like one of the young thugs who had embarked with us

    43. hand, the Alexander family embarked on providing

    44. 2 One day after the evening meal Jesus and the young Philistine strolled down by the sea, and Gadiah, not knowing that this "scribe of Damascus" was so well versed in the Hebrew traditions, pointed out to Jesus the ship landing from which it was reputed that Jonah had embarked on his ill-fated voyage to Tarshish

    45. But before they embarked, the lad had still further questions to ask about evil, to which Jesus replied:

    46. Once embarked upon, the transformational process automatically and simultaneously engages with several other human dynamics

    47. 4 In all his contact with the sick and afflicted, when it came to the technique of treatment or the revelation of the unknown causes of disease, Jesus did not disregard the instructions of his Paradise brother, Immanuel, given ere he embarked upon the venture of the Urantia incarnation

    48. Failure is simply an educational episode -- a cultural experiment in the acquirement of wisdom -- in the experience of the God-seeking man who has embarked on the eternal adventure of the exploration of a universe

    49. My brethren, I am a believer, I have embarked; I am on my way with you in this eternal venture

    50. "Oh, completely in disgrace, he embarked on a two year nomadic search for Colonel Orlov and the S

    1. would therefore be embarking on an extremely itinerant way of life

    2. embarking on the tour!”

    3. To dream that you are having sex with an ex or someone who is not your current mate denotes your reservations about embarking in a new relationship or situation

    4. Inside the spice shop, he’d mentioned that he was embarking in the morning on a ship called the Euphremia

    5. Neither is attained without first embarking on the

    6. This was linked to the highest government security organization, it was their job to know of every security matter – and indeed he had been briefed by their representative before embarking on the project, there were considerable issues regarding espionage

    7. God does not ―think‖ in (the) conventional sense; that is to say, He neither ―reflects‖ nor ―imagines‖ in a manner otherwise inconsonant with a Being Perfect in Thought who ‖visualizes‖ every event ―before‖ its time and who, unlike His creation, neither relies on Reason nor Experience before embarking upon some ―pre-determined‖ course

    8. It is axiomatic that every individual who properly enjoys life, gives (reflective) pause to all that is meaningful and of certain value; held motionless by uncertain forms that have yet to take shape however aroused by such notions that (necessarily) compel he or she to probe deeper into their essential nature notwithstanding how they (may) oftentimes exceed the capacious limits of that individual‘s (private) understanding that nevertheless continues to intrigue inquiring minds cognizant of intuitive impressions part real / part imaginary yet real in the real sense of being One in All; (however separated) whose underlying presence, however, conveys a (higher) spiritual or moral standing…that the young, conditioned by the expectancies of youth united with the old seeking redemption for unfulfilled promises or missed opportunities; each converging toward the same starting/ending point, the one embarking on life and the other approaching its end, in some manner, however, occasioning a (new) beginning, a jubilee, an extension of life which becomes younger (while growing older), brought together, youth/age, childlike in all its manly/womanly innocence while the middle years patiently bide their appointed time

    9. Embarking upon the journey in search of some unknown,

    10. Even thus, the classical concept of traveling, which places travelers in localities radically different from their port of embarking, has all but disappeared

    11. passengers at the embarking area

    12. Embarking on this cruise has been exciting and grand

    13. So, putting one and one together, I would suggest the State is embarking on its most daring social experiment yet: forging a truly collective society by introducing a physical caste system, with the Occidental Union Administrators being the royal—elite—caste

    14. embarking on the off-road part of the journey we traveled roughly 15 miles on paved

    15. “Would you be interested in becoming hostesses for a tour operating travel agency, I´m embarking with them on a cruise liner for adults headed for Acapulco,” said Shazaiah, “the job pays moderately, and room and board is free

    16. It was his interest in me and intelligent curiosity that made me question my sexual orientation and prevented my embarking on a disastrous marriage

    17. 14 As they thus tarried before embarking on their active public preaching, Jesus and the seven spent two evenings each week at the synagogue in the study of the Hebrew scriptures

    18. First thing in the morning they are embarking on a new adventure of which they are as of yet unaware

    19. embarking passengers, but they are increasingly intolerant

    20. From Julius Caesar embarking there in 54BC, to the 100 year war and to the Germans occupying the area from 1940 to September 1944

    21. S’us said cautiously, “This mission that you and Lezura are embarking on

    22. Embarking on a descending passage into the pyramid, she saw old drawings along the stone walls

    23. Secretly, they had all known the futility of their search even before embarking on the mission in these treacherous conditions, but they had managed to exert their best efforts for the time and resolved that the hunt would continue when the weather had cleared

    24. Otis and Loggins had been tasked as security, embarking in the SUV

    25. The navy would play a supporting role by embarking on several combined operations

    26. Mayne was refused leave to attend the funeral resulting in him embarking on a drinking binge and rampage in central Cairo

    27. He is embarking on a journey

    28. effectively communicating hundreds of thousands of years prior to scholars embarking on a

    29. difficult part of his plan which was the secret embarking of his squad on the train without the

    30. advised athletes to consult a physician or a health care professional before embarking on any scheme of Creatine

    31. You should take a close look at all the existing elements of your yard before embarking on a landscaping plan

    32. He knew he was embarking on one of the most important briefings of his career, but without the comfort of notes or slides or view foils or video clips or auto-cues - nothing but his own memory

    33. “You will have gathered from what I’ve already said that the two leaders are embarking on something of quite unusual sensitivity

    34. tivational and provides a set of standards for those embarking on life’s

    35. If you are embarking on what you think is an effective weight loss program, you should always remember that you are

    36. Be that as it may, the Musalmans should ponder over as to why the Medina surahs contain what they contain – religious venom - of what avail is submission and tolerance for embarking upon a conquest as one needs to name the adversaries and inculcate in the followers a sense of separateness so as to stir them into a state of aggression

    37. Embarking on this action with reliance upon

    38. Little did I know that I was embarking on the biggest project of my life

    39. modes of embarking on this deed of meditation and worship

    40. the means of embarking on it, and of its attainment, is derived from a

    41. plates embarking on it? So the garhastya-order-the order of the

    42. You are embarking upon a truly rewarding journey

    43. with like-minded others before embarking on their actionable causes

    44. Before embarking on a Knowledge Management initiative, senior management should have a good idea of its potential value to their organization

    45. Embarking on a journey that takes him from the austerities of

    46. She remained at the parsonage, dingily persistent, for several days on the pretext of initiating Ingeborg into the ways of the house; and each time Herr Dremmel, who seemed a little shy of embarking on controversy with her, mentioned trains, she burst in his presence into prayer and implored aloud on his behalf that he might never know what it was to be a widow

    47. The children would be embarking on a journey and they would need to be at their best if there were to succeed

    48. have developed that help to better understand life's activities and to assess the risk before embarking on an adventure

    49. It is natural I suppose for young people embarking on what is to become their life’s work

    50. It was the conversation I had with the young Indian who said she was embarking on a journey that would define her future for many years to come that I recalled now

    1. If mankind embarks on this unprecedented journey communal spirit (e

    2. As an instructor, my leave didn’t coincide with any great gathering of men such as often happens when a class graduates, or a unit embarks; or returns from a theatre of war

    3. “Never, never, never believe that any war will be smooth and easy, or that anyone who embarks on the strange voyage can measure the tides and hurricanes he will encounter

    4. as him, he goes to a diet doctor and embarks on a diet

    5. the agency of a noble teacher-preceptor, the seeker embarks on the true

    6. lightened by the same sage, while one of the pupils embarks on the pre-

    7. When a seeker embarks upon the voyage of God-seeking all the assets of word-wisdom are gnawed away slowly by the monstrous sea winds

    8. embarks on our gallint ship' and after a few more turns of the 'andle we finds ourselves back once more in Merry Hingland, where we see the inside of a blacksmith's shop with a lot of halfstarved women making iron chains

    9. In such cases, a strong financial position is deceptive, and the strong balance sheet will tend to be dissipated in future years as the business suffers large operating losses, embarks on massive catch-up capital expenditure programs, or both

    10. In what census of living creatures, the dead of mankind are included; why it is that a universal proverb says of them, that they tell no tales, though containing more secrets than the Goodwin Sands; how it is that to his name who yesterday departed for the other world, we prefix so significant and infidel a word, and yet do not thus entitle him, if he but embarks for the remotest Indies of this living earth; why the Life Insurance Companies pay death-forfeitures upon immortals; in what eternal, unstirring paralysis, and deadly, hopeless trance, yet lies antique Adam who died sixty round centuries ago; how it is that we still refuse to be comforted for those who we nevertheless maintain are dwelling in unspeakable bliss; why all the living so strive to hush all the dead; wherefore but the rumor of a knocking in a tomb will terrify a whole city

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