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  1. There are then the manifold.
  2. Whatever may be these manifold.
  3. The reasons for this are manifold.
  4. MMC - Manifold Mounted Converter.
  5. The Manifold Nature of His Love.

  6. It is a symbol filled with manifold.
  7. Offices, and their manifold opportunities.
  8. Allah gives manifold increase to whom He pleases.
  10. I should have begun every day counting my manifold blessings.
  11. All the manifold qualities with which beings are endowed:.
  12. There is not a single manifestation of God that is not manifold.
  13. For court thieving in its manifold mean forms, worming from his.
  14. Those who have faith in Christ enter into the manifold provision.
  15. In this chapter Krishn has thus acquainted Arjun with his manifold.

  16. Yet, notwithstanding the manifold factual material available, the core.
  17. Th us, modern science disposes of signifi cantly manifold store of fa-.
  18. Without this fear, the number of suicides would have increased manifold.
  19. Adriano acted on intuition, yet solitude was the better choice manifold.
  20. It says in the Bible in multiple places that God’s nature is manifold.
  21. But the mind made the pain as my pain and multiplied the pain manifold.
  22. The bliss achieved here is multiplied manifold in our onward life after death.
  23. Could we arrange a manifold with several pumps to accomplish the same task?
  24. But these manifold mistakes in depicting the whale are not so very surprising after all.
  25. I used manifold, and so took three copies of the diary, just as I had done with the rest.

  26. Scene by scene, layer upon layer, he emotionally explored the manifold variations of one.
  27. Manifold piping on mobile animal racks can be chlorine-sanitized following the wash cycle in.
  28. I should break it up for firewood rather than burden a true mariner with its manifold faults.
  29. They could not agree on an apical truism that knowledge of God is both manifold and ecumenical.
  30. Let it not be thought by this that I have any apology to make for Great Britain, or her manifold wrongs.
  31. This is an antidiversification device, and it has a manifold influence on their entire investment process.
  32. Always try to still the stream of circling thought and these gentle exercises will give you a manifold reward.
  33. Briefly, you radiate waves of good feelings, intensifying them manifold and thus creating a graceful wave field.
  34. As each one has received a gift, minister it to one another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God.
  35. Only some of the deluge made its way down to them through the manifold of twisted branches and leaves all around them.
  36. They had met, and included in their meeting the thrust of the manifold grass stems, the cry of the peewit, the wheel of the stars.
  37. In very high-class establishments the wings and breast are often separated from the carcass of the fowl and served in manifold ways.
  38. It is to be preserved not only because of its socially exclusive congregation, but because of the manifold troubles it has outlived.
  39. Far off in the bending sky was the pearly light; and she felt the largeness of the world and the manifold wakings of men to labor and endurance.
  40. Based on a modern interpretation (and a simple substitution of terms) the Akashic records would be said to be written on this spacetime manifold.
  41. Yes, I said; his life is motley and manifold and an epitome of the lives of many;--he answers to the State which we described as fair and spangled.
  42. Our faith in the Historical Revelation rests upon the 'twelve foundations’ of the manifold evidences that God has spoken to the world by His Son.
  43. During the steady climb, the pilot was increasingly concerned with the lack of power, over-rich fuel mixture and higher than normal manifold vacuum.
  44. This pitiful subdivision of Christian believers results from failure to discern in the Master's manifold teachings the divine oneness of his matchless life.
  45. But I suppose you would argue that such a style is unsuitable to our State, in which human nature is not twofold or manifold, for one man plays one part only?
  46. It requires the lure of a great ideal to drive man on in the pursuit of a goal which is beset with difficult material problems and manifold intellectual hazards.
  47. But Jesus was not concerned merely with this world and its creatures; he was living a life designed to instruct and inspire the manifold creatures of a far-flung universe.
  48. And, best of all, for boys from the fields, forests, and small towns of the Pacific Northwest, it was just a few miles from all the manifold mysteries and wonders of New York City.
  49. Marriage, with its manifold relations, is best designed to draw forth those precious impulses and those higher motives which are indispensable to the development of a strong character.
  50. Eventually, staying in the fictitious state is more comfortable than facing the manifold fears, chastisements and uncertainties which rise up when you question the realness of your Ego.
  51. To the intent that now unto the principalities and the powers in the heavenly places might be made known through the church the manifold wisdom of God, ACCORDING TO THE ETERNAL PURPOSE.
  52. What does this mean? The truth that God’s nature is manifold means that it is multi-leveled, multi-faceted, multi-attributive, and multi-dimensional (and more) in all that God is and does.
  53. The Jews of Babylon send the book of Baruch with money to Jerusalem requesting their brethren there to offer sacrifice and to pray for the king and for them acknowledging their manifold sins;.
  54. After we received our Golf Gti’s a rumour started that a small hole drilled in the inlet manifold (or something) would increase the air mixture of the fuel injection and thus more performance.
  55. There are probably many valid semblances (such as Zechariah and Haggai, or my favourite, Elijah and Elisha), but even these ultimately only exist to highlight the manifold attributes of Jesus Christ.
  56. He built flexible extenders for the flanges so that if the manifold and jacket made the assembly too large for the space available, they could extend the entire contraption outside the reactor cowling.
  57. Einstein displaced the theory of the ether with his 1905 Special Theory (of Relativity) and then resurrected the concept with the idea of a spacetime manifold in his 1915 General Theory (of Relativity).
  58. But hopefully by the end of this book you will at least be able to begin to understand the multi-dimensional, multi-attributive, multi-leveled, and perfectly unified manifold nature of God’s love!!! c.
  59. At his baptism he heard the unmistakable call of his Father, the final summons to be about his Father's business, and he went away into private seclusion for forty days to think over these manifold problems.
  60. Now, oftentimes, men and women become confused in their efforts to understand themselves and to grapple with the manifold difficulties of making a living in a world so largely dominated by selfishness and sin.
  61. For the Lord knowing the heart and foreknowing all things knew the weakness of men and the manifold wiles of the devil that he would inflict some evil on the servants of God and would act wickedly towards them.
  62. The object of meeting was to make organization more functional invigorate it manifold and embrace more and more people into its folds who could save Zulimistan from ever growing hatred against it the world over.
  63. Let me further note that the manifold and complex pleasures and desires and pains are generally found in children and women and servants, and in the freemen so called who are of the lowest and more numerous class.
  64. For, when the line is darting out, to be seated then in the boat, is like being seated in the midst of the manifold whizzings of a steam-engine in full play, when every flying beam, and shaft, and wheel, is grazing you.
  65. A fuel-injected carburetor, an eight-cylinder boss, and four-and-a quarter-inch cylinders with a heavy-duty air intake manifold on top of thirty-two-inch tires and eighteen-inch stainless steel rims that were as wide as they were tall.
  66. In this natural state, man, who, even before he actually sins, is a sinner before God by original or inherited sin, commits manifold actual transgressions; but he is not absolutely without power of will towards good, and is not always doing evil.
  67. He speaks of the 'wiles of the devil,’ as well as of the sleight and legerdemain of his crafty emissaries; of the 'all-deceivableness of unrighteousness’ in the 'working of Satan:’ of his manifold 'devices,’ as well as of his 'fiery darts.
  68. The pope is the last of the first group of arcane in the Tarot, the group setting the subject (the JUGGLER) face to face with the object, the manifold aspects of knowledge symbolized by the four powers invested with either religious or secular duties.
  69. Fault-finding in more than one or two unimportant details would be hypercriticism where so much is perfect, and it becomes our happy privilege, in this notice, to commend and to point out, to "lay" readers about Art, the manifold beauties of its technical execution.
  70. And to make all men see what is the dispensation of the mystery which for ages has been hid in God who created all things; to the intent that now unto the principalities and the powers in the heavenly places might be made known through the church the manifold wisdom of God, ACCORDING.
  71. O what a vain foolish trifling heart have I! when I would do good, even then evil is present with me; good Lord be merciful to me, and pardon the iniquity of my holy things, and let not my manifold defects in my attendance upon thee be laid to my charge, or hinder my profiting by the ordinance.
  72. Carbon is a byproduct from running fossil fuels that builds up in your engine, (not as bad as it once did) so to get things back to normal, this service goes through and cleans the throttle plate, idle air control valve, intake manifold, backs of the valves, tops of the pistons, O2 sensor and the front of the catalytic converter.
  73. Psychometry, or the ability to know about the history of a person, thing or place using touch, is based on the metaphysical belief that every thought, action, and event that has ever occurred since the beginning of time leaves an impression on the ‘ether’ (now interpreted as Einstein’s spacetime manifold or the zero point field).
  74. And now I swear to you to the wise and to the foolish; For you shall have manifold experiences on the Earth; For you men shall put on more adornments than a woman; And coloured garments more than a virgin in royalty and in grandeur and in power and in silver and in gold and in purple and in splendour and in food they shall be poured out as water.
  75. In the same manner the remainder of the Old Testament scriptures of the prophets comprises a history of the working of the law, in stimulating and bringing to the surface the 'sinfulness of sin,’ in the chronic rebellion of the Hebrew nation; and they also comprise manifold indications of the working of grace in the hearts of men of good will.
  76. And now I swear to you, to the wise and to the foolish; For you shall have manifold experiences on the Earth; For you men shall put on more adornments than a woman; And coloured garments more than a virgin in royalty and in grandeur and in power, and in silver and in gold and in purple, and in splendour and in food they shall be poured out as water.
  77. The reasons were manifold: timing was not easy (being right too early often equals being wrong, with substantial career risk); the directional bet is highly concentrated (unlike security selection that at least benefits from diversified exposures); and cash holdings miss out the equity premium (which was seen to be especially high before the 2000s’ experience).
  78. Dare it be also said, that these ancient ‘imperative’ moral rules and laws are of course very relevant today underpinning moral behaviour, but inadequate as being the perfect spiritual guidelines and boundaries safeguarding against the manifold complex transgressions committed by Self against Self’s neighbour that we too often see and experience in today’s world.
  79. Enable us, as we have received the gift, so to minister the same as good stewards of the manifold grace of God, that God in all things may be glorified through Jesus Christ: And if we suffer, enable us to suffer as Christians, and to glorify God therein; for this is our earnest expectation and hope, that always Jesus Christ may be magnified in our bodies in life and death.
  80. Meanwhile there was the snow and the low arch of dun vapor—there was the stifling oppression of that gentlewoman's world, where everything was done for her and none asked for her aid—where the sense of connection with a manifold pregnant existence had to be kept up painfully as an inward vision, instead of coming from without in claims that would have shaped her energies.
  81. His past life, his first fault, his long expiation, his external brutishness, his internal hardness, his dismissal to liberty, rejoicing in manifold plans of vengeance, what had happened to him at the Bishop's, the last thing that he had done, that theft of forty sous from a child, a crime all the more cowardly, and all the more monstrous since it had come after the Bishop's pardon,—all this recurred to his mind and.
  82. It has been but for a season, and when there was need that we were in heaviness, through manifold temptations: And we beg that all the trials of our faith may be found unto praise, and honour, and glory, at the appearing of Jesus Christ, whom having not seen we love, in whom though now we see him not, yet believing we rejoice with joy unspeakable and full of glory; are longing to receive the end of our faith, even the salvation of our souls.
  83. And we have next to consider the corruptions of the philosophic nature, why so many are spoiled and so few escape spoiling--I am speaking of those who were said to be useless but not wicked--and, when we have done with them, we will speak of the imitators of philosophy, what manner of men are they who aspire after a profession which is above them and of which they are unworthy, and then, by their manifold inconsistencies, bring upon philosophy, and upon all philosophers, that universal reprobation of which we speak.
  84. It then almost invariably appeared that they were subject to the most extraordinary hallucinations and extravagant delusions, the commonest being that the best thing that the working people could do to bring about an improvement in their condition, was to continue to elect their Liberal and Tory employers to make laws for and to rule over them! At such times, if anyone ventured to point out to them that that was what they had been doing all their lives, and referred them to the manifold evidences that met them wherever they turned their eyes of its folly and futility, they were generally immediately seized with a paroxysm of the most furious mania, and were with difficulty prevented from savagely assaulting those who differed from them.
  85. It may be asked of us, Do you indeed believe that regenerate man passes into endless being; or that true faith carries with it a destiny so different from that of common men, as you would assign to it? For who that reflects on the community of the human race in all its conditions of temporal existence, on its common origin, on its physical, intellectual, and moral unity, on the historical, ancestral, and social causes which determine so much that we call character, on the many excellences of the bad, and on the manifold imperfections of the good—can fail to stumble at a doctrine which places the seal of indestructibility on the foreheads of some, and relegates the unsaved remnant of mankind, with all their virtues, struggles, and woes, to the realms of the perishable, and the doom of irremediable destruction?
  86. Are manifold, and suited to the flesh,.
  87. In vain objects stand leagues off and assume manifold shapes,.
  88. Unspeakable high processions of sun and moon and countless stars above, Below, the manifold grass and waters, animals, mountains, trees,.

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