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    1. the power of God is living and active in the life of a believer, governing

    2. church and have added women to various committees governing certain aspects of the work

    3. To be able to rule and reign in humility will guarantee us a place of governing with Christ at His return

    4. I think that what we’re teaching and what we’re governing is something closer to God’s character

    5. Because of the interconnections between the Governing

    6. trapped emotion enters into the Governing Meridian,

    7. Governing Meridian with the intention of releasing

    8. magnet that can easily roll over the governing meridian,

    9. However, when he suggested that David would be an asset on the Governing body, she didn’t turn him down

    10. The intelligence governing us transmits its appreciation through feelings

    11. Let's express the rule governing the proper use of the option of suicide: It is to be used only under extremes circumstances

    12. “There’s no law governing what’s done to me? Tragus beats me daily without cause

    13. “And that anyone who tampers with or otherwise seizes information kept within said documents, including by surrepti-tious viewing, is subject to punishment by the codes governing espionage

    14. Such sacrifices, though they might frequently be agreeable to the interest, are always mortifying to the pride of every nation; and, what is perhaps of still greater consequence, they are always contrary to the private interest of the governing part of it, who would thereby be deprived of the disposal of many places of trust and profit, of many opportunities of acquiring wealth and distinction, which the possession of the most turbulent, and, to the great body of the people, the most unprofitable province, seldom fails to afford

    15. Almost every individual of the governing party in America fills, at present, in his own fancy, a station superior, not only to what he had ever filled before, but to what he had ever expected to fill; and unless some new object of ambition is presented either to him or to his leaders, if he has the ordinary spirit of a man, he will die in defence of that station

    16. However, it is prudent for us to remember that there is an intelligent design to this world of ours and there are universal laws governing the many aspects of life

    17. otherwise in countries where there is an established or governing religion

    18. The revolutions which the turbulence of the Greek clergy was continually occasioning at Constantinople, as long as the eastern empire subsisted; the convulsions which, during the course of several centuries, the turbulence of the Roman clergy was continually occasioning in every part of Europe, sufficiently demonstrate how precarious and insecure must always be the situation of the sovereign, who has no proper means of influencing the clergy of the established and governing religion of his country

    19. So, is the office of elder a governing position?

    20. Eldership is not an office in the sense of a governing

    21. He was concerned about governing

    22. The governing comes from the assembly as a whole

    23. disciples to themselves as at Corinth or a governing

    24. governing position in the assembly

    25. The people who possess the most extensive property in the dependant, will, in this case, generally chuse to live in the governing country

    26. clever with his arguments to the governing bodies and after

    27. He told of how his civilisation used their mastery of time travelling for the purposes of observation until the rules governing this changed

    28. Roidon suggested a connection to a remote network, one that already had a huge amount of processing power, one with a governing AI that could communicate and mediate the co-option of its own systems

    29. Canon or ―Ecclesiastical‖ Law is a body of laws derived from biblical and scriptural sources as well as the inspired writings of (private) individuals governing the (organization) of the Roman Catholic Church and its members

    30. Isn‘t it any wonder that the politics of victimization has often been the calling card of the governing rather than the ―governed‖? The more ―victims,‖ the more power invested in those who govern

    31. Legal covenants governing a civilized society, its rules of law, are based upon a system of morals and values agreed upon by the majority of its citizens seeking some level of assurance while avoiding extremes

    32. without regard to any one individual or group of individuals are not rightly considered criminal unless such actions otherwise ignore existing international covenants (established among nations during times of peace), governing acceptable rules of military

    33. Human ―motives‖ are therefore held as determinant or conclusive responses to antecedent events independent of Free Will; that is to say, infer a mindset pre-conditioned by prior events governing present decisions rather than governed by independent designs capable of responding rationally to unexpected events

    34. There is no longer any doubt in my mind that treason, as it was once (properly) understood, is on the verge of extinction; elasticized out of the American Constitution by the penumbral dynamics governing free speech in whatever form that may otherwise antagonize the well-bred standards of decency and good taste; depending, of course, on the topic and the person doing the talking!

    35. Were they to know it, they would join the ranks of the great majority of the population who, with their silence, oppose those demonstrations, reject the leadership of pacifists who sponsor peace under any pretext and at any price, and trust the good sense and judgment of governing leaders who, backed by concrete facts, row against the current, mark out urgencies dictated by reasoning and make decisions of grave consequences for the benefit and security of the people they govern

    36. No matter how much I appreciate and value that literary prize, it does not compare with the honor that it represents and the gratitude that stirs up in me the homage that Ponferrada rendered me, at the request of the governing Council of Fuentesnuevas, for naming a street after me in the neighborhood of that locality where I grew up and was reared in my youth

    37. The meeting of the Institute’s Governing Council was in full swing

    38. In light of these blessings, I’ve decided to make a few personnel changes here amongst the governing body

    39. The land is all that is under his feet -the planet- and the sky is all that is on that world, and that means the atmosphere, space, stars, the rest of the universe and other universes -if there are any-; everything, absolutely everything, including the world of ideas and the laws governing the behavior of creation, such as the laws of physics, chemistry, etc

    40. Salary payable by the governing body, no bureaucrats involved

    41. Choosing to work with the most challenging children - those apparently hopeless ones who needed to “come alive,” Maureen and Audrey had persuaded the governing body to establish this Special Unit

    42. This era of governing will fall by the side of those it attempts to control

    43. Those two, Goragos and Gorana, were governing the Land of Gold

    44. “You will be removed from the Governing Council,” Huss said

    45. “If the Governing Council ever finds out…”

    46. “fits into the governing documents of other nations

    47. That’s the Chicago way of governing

    48. He first praised Roger for introducing in his book “… a courageous president, George Bush, who, uniting his people and its social governing

    49. from reliable sources such as industry professionals, thought leaders and experts in your field, and governing bodies to keep consistent streams of information flowing in the correct channels

    50. They need to be severly reduced to, in affect, become an advisory rather than governing body with limited administrative / support staff and enforcement bodies, with the understanding that size and duties are to be reviewed ‘from time to time’ by a Convention of the States

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    administration governance governing government government activity