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  1. What God had managed to our hearts consign.
  2. These sellers consign their unwanted goods to the shop.
  3. Canadian and European painters consign their works to the Tatras.
  4. When you finish reading this, dear friend and lover, consign it to the weather.
  5. If I sought to enter by the house, my own servants would consign me to the gallows.

  6. Judgment Day, and consign al his sinful creatures to torment and punish that al alike and that without end?
  7. He must now consign the patient to her care; and he proceeded to repeat to her Lydgate's directions as to the quantity of each dose.
  8. You can consign yourself to the metaphorical monastery, or choose Controlled Folly, to appear to be participating in your former world.
  9. It was a conscientious irrelevance on the part of the ticket issuer to ask me whether I smoked or not and then consign me to a non-smoking coach.
  10. Else our Lord will be represented as saying, 'Whosoever shall consign his soul to eternal misery for my sake, the same shall save it;’ which is absurd.
  11. Indeed, the maximum declines for most of the factors in the worst quintile were large enough to consign these information technology stocks to the graveyard.
  12. You can consign yourself to the metaphorical monastery, or you can choose Controlled Folly to appear to be participating in your former world at their level.
  13. Without knowing why, she feels in her bones that it is necessary for her to consign it to the past actively … what’s that phrase she heard once from one of Ozzie’s friends … closure.
  14. He can see no point gained to raise the wicked and consign them again to death through the fire of vengeance, though in the process they should deeply feel they had paid the uttermost farthing.
  15. While our examination of the hurt Warrior indicated treatment had not been deleterious, the patient failed to recover, and it was elected to salvage his spores and to consign him to the soil where he was born.

  16. A moment ago, said the senator, unfolding his napkin, we gazed at those who slowly sipped their coffee and wished that our belief still held its lost Paradise—Hell—that we might mentally consign them thither.
  17. So that, Senor Ambrosia while you consign your friend's body to the earth, you should not consign his writings to oblivion, for if he gave the order in bitterness of heart, it is not right that you should irrationally obey it.
  18. He was unconvinced, and in his mind had sprung the determination to prove the correctness of his theory, for he had discovered the key which alone could unlock the mystery, or consign it forever to the realms of the unfathomable.
  19. I must, moreover, mention that I consign my own artistic productions to the category of bad art, excepting the story "God sees the Truth," which seeks a place in the first class, and "The Prisoner of the Caucasus," which belongs to the second.
  20. Why should this be God’s method of getting rid of the wicked all through history if he is to suddenly change it at the Judgment Day, and consign all his sinful creatures to torment and punish that all alike and that without end? I cannot answer.
  21. And compounding their misery is their penchant to rear more children than their means would will, and that either forces them to reduce their progeny into child labor or consign them to the madrasa education, which only cultivates the fundamentalist mindset that is inimical to their economic wellbeing.
  22. Where men have expended their substance in purchasing and collecting an article for export, under the subsisting faith of your laws permitting such export, it is not mere injustice, but cruelty in the Government towards its citizens to arrest such a commerce by an ex post facto law, and consign those concerned to the prison walls, and their families to beggary.
  23. If in the moment of ardent debate, when all have been struggling to maintain the best interests of our beloved country as they have appeared to us respectively, causes of irritation have occurred, let us consign them to oblivion, and let us in the painful separation which is about to ensue, perhaps forever, cherish and cultivate a recollection only of the many agreeable hours we have spent together.
  24. He loved deeply, he was hated; he adored, he was scorned; he wooed a wild beast, he pleaded with marble, he pursued the wind, he cried to the wilderness, he served ingratitude, and for reward was made the prey of death in the mid-course of life, cut short by a shepherdess whom he sought to immortalise in the memory of man, as these papers which you see could fully prove, had he not commanded me to consign them to the fire after having consigned his body to the earth.
  25. We conclude then that when the unregenerate are called 'the dead,’ the usage is proleptic or anticipatory, one of the commonest figures in all languages; * founded upon the doctrine which underlies the gospel, that men have lost life eternal by the fall, and have aggravated their doom by their own sins, so that all who are unsaved are but awaiting that sentence of the 'second death’ which will consign them to 'destruction of body and soul in Gehenna,’ an 'everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord.

  26. Shall we never learn, that a soldier is not the creature of an hour; that he must be seasoned to the hardships of war; that to remove your recruit from his fireside, from his plentiful board, and all the comforts with which he is surrounded, to the theatre of service, there to sleep on the ground in tents, with two or three articles of subsistence only, is to give him up a victim to disease, to consign him to the grave? This precise result is presented to the mind by the melancholy review of the last campaign; disease and death have walked abroad in our armies on the frontier; they have been swept to the grave as by the besom of destruction.
  27. But Don Quixote, supported by his intrepid heart, leaped on Rocinante, and bracing his buckler on his arm, brought his pike to the slope, and said, Friend Sancho, know that I by Heaven's will have been born in this our iron age to revive revive in it the age of gold, or the golden as it is called; I am he for whom perils, mighty achievements, and valiant deeds are reserved; I am, I say again, he who is to revive the Knights of the Round Table, the Twelve of France and the Nine Worthies; and he who is to consign to oblivion the Platirs, the Tablantes, the Olivantes and Tirantes, the Phoebuses and Belianises, with the whole herd of famous knights-errant of days gone by, performing in these in which I live such exploits, marvels, and feats of arms as shall obscure their brightest deeds.
  28. For who is there who anything of some significance has apprehended but is conscious that that exterior splendour may be the surface of a downwardtending lutulent reality or on the contrary anyone so is there unilluminated as not to perceive that as no nature's boon can contend against the bounty of increase so it behoves every most just citizen to become the exhortator and admonisher of his semblables and to tremble lest what had in the past been by the nation excellently commenced might be in the future not with similar excellence accomplished if an inverecund habit shall have gradually traduced the honourable by ancestors transmitted customs to that thither of profundity that that one was audacious excessively who would have the hardihood to rise affirming that no more odious offence can for anyone be than to oblivious neglect to consign that evangel simultaneously command and promise which on all mortals with prophecy of abundance or with diminution's menace that exalted of reiteratedly procreating function ever irrevocably enjoined?
  1. Pranayam is nothing but consigning our thoughts.
  2. This would enjoin us from consigning something sublime to History.
  3. When they parted, therefore, he kept the former within reach of his hand, consigning the one he most valued to the keeping of their allies.
  4. If I do say anything, then I have the alternative of mad alarm over the whole countryside, or of absolute incredulity which may end in consigning me to an asylum.
  5. Consigning his son’s body to the flames on the funeral pyre, Pathrudu felt the quirk of destiny, ‘How our roles have got reversed by fate!’, and as he saw Sathyam’s body engulfed in flames, thought Raja Rao, ‘How tragic it is that the triumph of love was snatched away by the hand of death!’.
  6. The visit altogether was one of the pleasantest larks he had ever had, not the less so perhaps because he suspected that his queer cousin Tertius wished him away: though Lydgate, who would rather (hyperbolically speaking) have died than have failed in polite hospitality, suppressed his dislike, and only pretended generally not to hear what the gallant officer said, consigning the task of answering him to Rosamond.
  1. It was consigned to Mr.
  2. And by the lordly sex to us consigned.
  3. And hath consigned Boris to be my victim.
  4. This cargo was consigned to a Whitby solicitor, Mr.
  5. You are consigned, Evremonde, to the prison of La Force.
  6. Turney would be consigned to the past and good riddance.
  7. Claude was still consigned to the reception room, as they.
  8. II - consigned allotments in the budget of the Country and.
  9. I am suitably consigned to the prehistoric, fruit of my womb.
  10. The prisoners were consigned to a stable—a filthy one at that.
  11. Yes, if I’m not consigned to Purgatory! Harry said glumly.
  12. I know it is of little consequence how we are consigned to the earth;.
  13. They stayed hidden until both victims had been consigned to an ambulance.
  14. The day my mother, died, the ninth after my birth, I was consigned to the.
  15. Based on more algebra, which we have consigned to the appendix, we offer Table 7.
  16. This class of women is consigned by our laws entirely to the discretion of the police.
  17. It was happiness in the world of pain where God consigned us for searching the truth.
  18. I was then consigned to a small, dark dungeon, lighted only by a loop-hole, barred with iron.
  19. Instead, he’d been consigned to the unallotted list and was awaiting a full investigation of his case.
  20. The phone company and at least one of its employees she consigned to the uttermost depths of the fiery abyss.
  21. If you got it wrong, then you were scoffed at, and all the good work done previously was consigned to oblivion.
  22. He that comes before his Provider laden with sin shall be consigned to Hell where he shall neither live nor die.
  23. Billington, of 7, The Crescent, who this morning went aboard and took formal possession of the goods consigned to him.
  24. Campbell consigned to him, and felt a strong personal interest in his being well cared for, and living a secluded life.
  25. But, because of the vagaries of my early life circumstances, I have at other times felt consigned to an also-ran status.
  26. The dead were wrapped in tarpaulins and lashed on deck to be identified by their comrades before being consigned to the deep.
  27. Merlin Athrawes had learned a bitter lesson in helplessness when Sir Gwyllym Manthyr’s men were consigned to the Punishment.
  28. Peter, to whose charge was consigned the first opening with the 'key of knowledge’ of all the greater mysteries of redemption.
  29. The bodies, covered by the national flag, were reverently consigned to the mighty deep from which they had been, alas, vainly, saved.
  30. And of the remainder? Many I suppose, will eventually be consigned to a similar ash heap of history, as has been the fate of so many already.
  31. It is to sell, upon their master's account, the European goods consigned to them, and to buy, in return, Indian goods for the European market.
  32. Any and all protestations to the opposite were declared heretical and the works of those in opposition were consigned to the pit called Apocrypha.
  33. In a moment of affirmation he made a sartorial decision and scooped up the jacket and trousers and consigned them to the tip via the kitchen rubbish bin.
  34. Consigned to the rear as lowly foot soldiers, they treated that position as a place of honor, reflecting their status as the last to leave the battlefield.
  35. Judgement of the dead starts after raising the dead in the day of judgement, by Jesus sitting on his thrown in Heaven, to be consigned to either Heaven or Hell.
  36. Those consigned to the fields were the ones least willing or able to learn, the least energetic, the least honest and trustworthy, the most vicious and brutish.
  37. Friends and allies are cherished by the mighty Tolteca, enemies will be consigned, along with the Teoti, to the dust of history, the choice is yours and yours alone.
  38. As much as he hated being away from World events, he was looked on as a sad and beaten figure by the public, with sympathy none the less, but consigned to the past.
  39. Thanks for thirty-six years of service! They deserve to think I’m dead, because that’s practically the state they consigned me to: no money, no home, no friends.
  40. It would be an idea to know how the parents of all those children whom Ayatollah Khomeini, in his fight against Saddam Hussein, consigned to martyrdom by promising Paradise.
  41. Hubert remembered the imminent danger, and consigned the thought of Pussy’s posterior to his mental recycle bin, ready to be restored whenever he was in need of cheering up.
  42. It was there Wilmore had first met him and fought against him; and in that war Zaccone had been taken prisoner, sent to England, and consigned to the hulks, whence he had escaped by swimming.
  43. The wagons that had reached the hussars had been consigned to an infantry regiment, but learning from Lavrushka that the transport was unescorted, Denisov with his hussars had seized it by force.
  44. She made arrangements with the firms for all this stuff to be crated and consigned to Forsayth; in Cairns she made arrangements for the truck transport of these goods from Forsayth to Willstown.
  45. The wagons that had reached the hussars had been consigned to an infantry regiment, but learning from Lavrúshka that the transport was unescorted, Denísov with his hussars had seized it by force.
  46. Nevertheless, it was over: the war had been consigned to the history books and the dreams of a better Nicaragua, which apparently both he and his cousin had been fighting for, reduced to sad irony.
  47. Why should they be the only ones to suffer this fate? They had been consumed by the cloud and consigned to this soul-rending misery, and they wanted their revenge upon whoever came into their path.
  48. Next day Amy was rather late at school, but could not resist the temptation of displaying, with pardonable pride, a moist brown-paper parcel, before she consigned it to the inmost recesses of her desk.
  49. Future generations of nonwhites were consigned to subservience and limited lives, more likely to die younger and live in greater poverty, their possibilities limited to manual labor or insulated communities.
  50. The CC had been in power for many centuries, its groups of leaders working as a team, consigned to the responsibility of all civilized worlds in the galaxy, and creating the biggest ethical dilemma(s) ever known.
  51. Who has not heard of the once formidable fleets of Venice and Genoa? At one time England was indebted to the latter for officers to command her ships of war—alas! these republics are now consigned to oblivion.
  52. The frequent mention in the course of this poem of romances once enjoying a European celebrity but now consigned to oblivion, will impress the reader with the transitory nature of merely mediocre literary reputation.
  53. Mandy was then consigned to working in their restaurant as her parent's revenge for her blatant and insensitive ingratitude toward their sincere attempts to secure an advantageous alliance with the prestigious family.
  54. He consigned his unknown persecutors to the most horrible tortures he could imagine, and found them all insufficient, because after torture came death, and after death, if not repose, at least the boon of unconsciousness.
  55. But tell me now, didst thou ask this Tosilos, as thou callest him, what has become of Altisidora, did she weep over my absence, or has she already consigned to oblivion the love thoughts that used to afflict her when I was present?
  56. The kindness for which fatuous fools like Mohmohtahny patted themselves sanctimoniously on the back was actually the greatest cruelty they could possibly have shown the heretics consigned to Zhynkyns for sorting and cleansing!.
  57. Those who had said their prayers with unclosed heels denounced the discoverer of the new mode as a pernicious heretic; while he and a little band of followers consigned all who prayed in the old fashion to the eternal torments of hell.
  58. If what I describe conflicts with the ten thousand other reports – no matter how revered those reports and those who filed them may be – then to me those reports are nothing more than fable and folklore and should be consigned to the dust-heap of history.
  59. But where is the freedom in being liberated from the absences and abuses of slave labor only to be consigned as a serf in a monergic tyranny? Yet, regardless the circumstance, once one is enslaved, one can seek various freedoms within that enslavement, all imagined, some real.
  60. Father Ahndyr Brauhylo, the Schuelerite under-priest assigned to Truculent to oversee the prisoners packed into her hold, was determined to see them delivered to their destination and consigned to the Punishment, but he was disinclined to be any more brutal about it than he had to.
  61. Many within nature’s variety seem to have been consigned to this behavioral groove while a lucky few (us?) apparently have learned to rise above it where good behavior elicited an enhanced fitness for all, at puzzlingly, at least the partial, near-term expense of the individual.
  62. The pretext, however, passed, and my mother, with much reluctance, prevailed with herself to go without me; but took particular care to see me safe home, where she consigned me into the hands of an old trusty maidservants, who served in the shop, for we had not a male creature in the house.
  63. They were consigned to me, with him, at the-- He dropped his voice, there was a flutter among the military lanterns, and one of them being handed into the coach by an arm in uniform, the eyes connected with the arm looked, not an every day or an every night look, at monsieur with the white head.
  64. I shall always carry with me the hope that my country will never cease to view them with indulgence; and that, after forty-five years of my life dedicated to its service with an upright zeal, the faults of incompetent abilities will be consigned to oblivion, as myself must soon be to the mansions of rest.
  65. Unknown to all but Hester Prynne, and possessing the lock and key of her silence, he chose to withdraw his name from the roll of mankind, and, as regarded his former ties and interests, to vanish out of life as completely as if he indeed lay at the bottom of the ocean, whither rumor had long ago consigned him.
  66. If, sir, in the days of Rome's greatness, if in the proud days of Grecian glory, the man could have been found base and hardy enough to withhold the young men from the public service, to turn them from the path of honor, or to restrain them from the field of fame, he would have been hurled from the Tarpeian Rock or consigned to the Cave of Trophonius.
  67. She thought of the child consigned to the nethermost corner of hell, as its double doom for lack of baptism and lack of legitimacy; saw the arch-fiend tossing it with his three-pronged fork, like the one they used for heating the oven on baking days; to which picture she added many other quaint and curious details of torment sometimes taught the young in this Christian country.
  68. If the gentleman from Massachusetts chooses, in imitation of another Eastern nation—not those who tried their Kings after they were entombed, but those who consigned to one common grave the living and the dead; if he be willing to attach the sound, healthy body of the present Administration—healthy so far, and, I trust, fortifying itself against contagions—to the dead corpse of the last, let him.
  69. This inexorable resolution so thoroughly impregnated the air of the 6th of June, 1832, that, almost at the very same hour, on the barricade Saint-Merry, the insurgents were raising that clamor which has become a matter of history and which has been consigned to the documents in the case:—What matters it whether they come to our assistance or not? Let us get ourselves killed here, to the very last man.
  70. It might be remitted in bills drawn upon, and accepted by, particular merchants or companies in Great Britain, to whom a part of the surplus produce of America had been consigned, who would pay into the treasury the American revenue in money, after having themselves received the value of it in goods ; and the whole business might frequently be transacted without exporting a single ounce of gold or silver from America.
  71. The acquired spirit identity of the man of Nazareth which was built up during his lifetime in the flesh, first, by the direct efforts of his Thought Adjuster, and later, by his own perfect adjustment between the physical necessities and the spiritual requirements of the ideal mortal existence, as it was effected by his never-ceasing choice of the Father's will, must have been consigned to the custody of the Paradise Father.
  72. Forgive me, fair ladies, if, through inadvertence, I have in aught offended you; for intentionally and wittingly I have never done so to any; and pray to God that he deliver me from this captivity to which some malevolent enchanter has consigned me; and should I find myself released therefrom, the favours that ye have bestowed upon me in this castle shall be held in memory by me, that I may acknowledge, recognise, and requite them as they deserve.
  73. The publication of these papers will demonstrate a fact not less valuable than the good already proposed; it will prove that no reliance ought to be placed on the professions of good faith of an Administration, which, by a series of disastrous events, has fallen into such hands as a Castlereagh, a Wellesley, or a Liverpool—I should rather say into the hands of the stupid subalterns, to whom the pleasures and the indolence of those Ministers have consigned it.
  74. He loved deeply, he was hated; he adored, he was scorned; he wooed a wild beast, he pleaded with marble, he pursued the wind, he cried to the wilderness, he served ingratitude, and for reward was made the prey of death in the mid-course of life, cut short by a shepherdess whom he sought to immortalise in the memory of man, as these papers which you see could fully prove, had he not commanded me to consign them to the fire after having consigned his body to the earth.
  75. The action of infernal spirits has established all-various foul delusions over the largest portions of the earth, and during the longest spaces of history; so that the question recurs, notwithstanding consolatory reflections of the order above set forth, What will be the doom of those countless millions who have lived under the shades of depraving heathenism, lived in the sin which was the essential element of such heathenism, popular and philosophical, and apparently died in the evil condition which it entails;—those countless millions, of whom not the broadest charity can affect to suppose that they were generally aught else than workers of unrighteousness? Are we compelled to believe, by the New Testament revelation, that all of these, without any further opportunity of knowledge or repentance, will be consigned to irrevocable destruction, and 'perish without law’?
  76. Master Pedro refused to take the money, saying, "I will not receive payment in advance or until the service has been first rendered;" and then with his right hand he gave a couple of slaps on his left shoulder, and with one spring the ape perched himself upon it, and putting his mouth to his master's ear began chattering his teeth rapidly; and having kept this up as long as one would be saying a credo, with another spring he brought himself to the ground, and the same instant Master Pedro ran in great haste and fell upon his knees before Don Quixote, and embracing his legs exclaimed, "These legs do I embrace as I would embrace the two pillars of Hercules, O illustrious reviver of knight-errantry, so long consigned to oblivion! O never yet duly extolled knight, Don Quixote of La Mancha, courage of the faint-hearted, prop of the tottering, arm of the fallen, staff and counsel of all who are unfortunate!".
  77. The body they consigned to rest,.
  1. It feels good to have offloaded those memories; with a grin she consigns them to oblivion.
  2. Berndt, singing faultlessly as he consigns his friend’s body to the elements, his voice being whisked away by the breeze almost as though Joris were dancing before us again.

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