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    1. unconditionally and accept them for whom they are not whatever you

    2. When we accept Jesus as our Lord and savior, we are

    3. Accept That Change Is a Part of Living

    4. Accept what comes to you, appreciate it, learn from it and then let it go

    5. In certain situations, it is best to simply accept that there will be a difference in opinion between generations

    6. Neither was willing to accept enough of the native culture to leave the familiarity they provided each other

    7. I had come to accept as true, that Dan and I were going to be together

    8. devastated … not only because she’d messed him about, but because he threw us out of the window because of her … y’see, I reckon he was hoping that we’d be reconciled … we were friends, him an’ me, best friends … he once said that any woman he married would have to accept that I came with the package, I reckon he thought that as Joanna was a friend of mine anyway, it would make the whole thing easier

    9. As against this in the west many scientists were killed or jailed or forced to change their hypothesis simply because the religious leaders did not accept them

    10. The new prayer suggests that Israel will be saved if Jews convert and accept Jesus

    1. It was really nothing more than a long tie-dye tee shirt, and was accepted street and business attire for both sexes

    2. It was actually thicker and richer than coffee from Earth, even the Brazilians had grudgingly accepted it

    3. She had broken that barrier and accepted the fact that she was here, about sixty Earth years ago

    4. Human nature is such that he always tries to benefit at the cost of others and in the process if palms have to be greased, it is accepted and in some cases even encouraged to take undue advantage of the loopholes

    5. I had lived there continuously for thirteen years but of course, I couldn't go back in time and go to school in the local Christian Brothers in order to be fully accepted by the natives of Darklow

    6. her heart and she repented and accepted God that warm summer eve-

    7. While he ate and drank his wine, of which she accepted one small glass to be

    8. He accepted her

    9. As with Smiler and his off-hand brutality, the basic pattern of my existence shifted and I accepted the relative kindness of The Kid over the next couple of days

    10. ” (at that point I begin to suspect he means me) “She has asked to return to Janus lately, I accepted, but I know she will leave again soon; nevertheless, I am not going to take her back for a second time, I won't allow such a disciple to come back

    1. Accepting circumstances that cannot be changed can help you focus on circumstances that you can alter

    2. Would you be listening to what they are telling you from their perspective on life? Would you be being open minded and accepting that your point of view is just that, it’s your point of view

    3. “Dogs are the worst at accepting change

    4. The confusion, however, is not entirely over, for rather than accepting the carefully deliberated recommendations of the National Standards Board, Glickman declined to definitively prohibit three practices being used in producing organically grown foods

    5. In counseling the close relatives and friends; one is usually spontaneous in giving as well as accepting the advice and to some extent can be insisted upon

    6. not accepting deliverance, that they might obtain a better resurrection…

    7. accepting the request would bring freedom of a kind that, at her tender and exciting

    8. square root of our own experience or by accepting that there is an absolute version of

    9. ’ Iain said softly, accepting this comment … at least for the time being

    10. Lucy saw with absolute clarity under this calm but deep moonlight, that accepting the request would bring freedom of a kind that, at her tender and exciting age, she had never yet considered

    1. Unfortunately, the order accepts no interviews

    2. Wait a second… we can draw near to God? He isn’t distant? We can have relation with Him? We don’t have to continue to give these offerings and sacrifices without hearing whether or not He accepts them?

    3. but at his age he accepts rapid eye movement

    4. He makes the point that if I decide to press charges, my anonymity could be maintained … though I don’t see how … Jim accepts this course of action on my behalf, saying that he’ll contact Joan’s next of kin and see if that produces any possible way out of this impasse

    5. She dabs her finger in the sachet again and offers it to Leona, who is so far gone on her own physical and emotional trip that she accepts it without question

    6. “I would find it difficult to contemplate exaggeration, Dorothea, no one accepts the notion of living saints any longer

    7. Everybody pretty much accepts Alore, more so at parties than everyday, but nobody really hates her

    8. And yet, He accepts us and loves us and forgives

    9. Is anyone who accepts an IV from a med in any different position? In any more need of blind trust?

    10. A bank, indeed, which lends its money without the expense of stamped paper, or of attorneys' fees for drawing bonds and mortgages, and which accepts of repayment upon the easy terms of the banking companies of Scotland, would, no doubt, be a very convenient creditor to such traders and undertakers

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    accept live with swallow consent go for take have admit take on assume bear take over concur grant accede to acknowledge agree to allow concede receive embrace welcome acquire believe hold maintain trust affirm understand construe interpret appreciate conclude