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    1. In the moment of repentance, that is where we express

    2. is a phrase he uses to express how much he was longing,

    3. We are not in this world to passively drift with the tides of ever changing events, to aggressively fulfill useless desires in a vain attempt to express limited personal powers

    4. Europol, yes I have heard of this terrible scourge on those of us" He gestured to his own tattoos, "who chose to express ourselves artistically through skin-art

    5. sent an express telegram to the high command of the rangers: “Send

    6. ’ Tonya said, leaving me with the impression she will probably hunt me down for this express purpose

    7. wanted something, but had no means to express such things in any sense other than

    8. The young couple continues to express his love to the

    9. Wrapped as I was in the cotton wool of solitary confinement, unable as I was to express any of my thoughts in concrete form or to engage in conjecture with another rational human being, nonetheless I spent hours imagining faces and clothes and names to accompany the hollow tapping sounds in the night

    10. The reason that she played with the ouija board in the first place was because she couldn’t express to her friends and family the guilt and shame she felt from her personal lifestyle

    11. The reason that we can’t understand or express where the Spirit fits in or how the trinity works is because we have no need of either concept in our daily lives

    12. Smith wanted something, but had no means to express such things in any sense other than silence and darkness, and so Smith thought un-shapes out of the fraying circular chords of absolute tranquillity

    13. The station café was virtually empty, enjoying a hiatus before the arrival of the next intercity express

    14. They are platforms to express the very heart of God

    15. Who knows what the future holds? These trinkets express only a fraction of my love, respect and esteem for you, carissima mea, I could purchase or steal every ounce of gold in the world and it would not reflect the depth of my love

    16. Is our freedom constituted in that our death serves an ultimate purpose of God? Can we die in such a way as to express a mystery? Revelation 12:11 says that they loved not their lives even unto death

    17. The warm water diluting it only makes the stuff worse; a fact which amuses Gilla as I express my distaste and wince

    18. "He said he wanted me to let him express the strength of his love the only way he knew how

    19. I then stepped onto the express route and stood there

    20. The languages of the time did not have words for extrasolar planets, digital simulation, genetic engineering, electronic surveillance and a lot of other terms that were needed to express the reality of current life

    21. Use strong language to express these feelings and don‘t hold back!

    22. right of the individual to express his or her free will has not always

    23. If we express this dream in the form of a mathematical

    24. fire to a bogie of the Sabarmati Express near the Godhra station in Gujarat on

    25. Express arrived at Godhra station,' the official said as his voice waned

    26. Without the need to express anger and resentment

    27. WOC-members are at liberty to express

    28. Healers Library is being created for the express purpose

    29. way, without judgment; just express how you feel and that’s it

    30. What happened, Amanda? What derailed the Passion Express into oblivion?”

    31. He hands her his American Express card and she puts it into the card reader

    32. It reminds Ted of posh hotels and homes where he might once have remained had it not been for the dream of the starlight express

    33. Mickey worked the farms, milking and labouring, while Ted steamed forward on the light entertainment express to Eastbourne, Morecambe and Scarborough

    34. She was a bit off balance with this, reeling, she said, “I don’t think I can remember anyone in my past talking about it in any way except to express sympathy over what happened to Tdeshi

    35. For a long moment, we look at each other saying with our eyes the things we cannot express any other way in public, then he closes the car door and stands back as I start the car

    36. express his hopes for eventually taking over the vineyard

    37. "I can't even express the real beauty, I saw that day

    38. Thus I grew afraid to express my emotions, and unable to be successful in most relationships

    39. I'd like to learn how to be intimate with people, how to really be close, to express feelings without feeling nervous or tense

    40. to feel and express feelings

    41. words to express herself

    42. Many feel great anger, but are too afraid to express it--they fear that they will

    43. Feelings ? Sure I have feelings - THANK GOD I HAVE FEELINGS! I can now express

    44. We are on a journey and I can’t express how important it is to lean on the Heavenly Father during this journey

    45. His wages properly express the value of this labour of inspection and direction

    46. and express the gifts in us

    47. overstocked, as they commonly express it, with their own particular species of industry; which

    48. Their real price, the quantity of labour and subsistence which was given away for them, was about one-third more than their nominal price is apt to express to us in the present times

    49. In other words, they express the ideas in a

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

    1. idea or thought of conception that is usually expressed as an action of some form of

    2. that scratched the cosmic itch most effectively, and so He expressed thought in a set

    3. He had always trusted to his friendship with Ava to keep his opinions expressed in his own universe private

    4. A little later, as we were chatting on, I complained about the awful noise made by cars at the outdoor garage below my window every night; he expressed his understanding and then he asked smiling: “Outdoor garage? What's does ''outdoor'' mean?”

    5. Rose has expressed a wish to watch the film which is on TV this afternoon – The Sound of Music - and as it would never cross her menfolk’s minds to suggest otherwise and also as the weather has degenerated into an unpleasant blustery rain, we decide it would be rather nice to curl up in the warm and do just that

    6. Leaning up on my elbow I looked down at Menachem’s swollen face and saw in those bruises a love that can never be adequately expressed in words

    7. There is something being expressed within the very nature of God

    8. For example, most such tales share an idea or thought of conception that is usually expressed as an action of some form of anthropomorphic being

    9. Smith preferred those thought-shapes that pleased, that scratched the cosmic itch most effectively, and so He expressed thought in a set of patterned, reactive ways

    10. Literal interpretation might be what is expressed

    11. That wisdom needs to be expressed in such a way that when Christ returns and casts him in the pit, everyone knows

    12. And what is the devil’s power? We’ve expressed it over and over again

    13. Could it be that God did not care so much about the ponds and chicken coops they built to help the village as He cared about a fulfillment of wisdom displayed through a willing Church that there is something more important than this life? What was expressed to that community was that these men were not simply there to help with the economy

    14. He expressed this story and explained that he has come to realize that what he is living is a lie

    15. I believe that this fullness being expressed is a number to sit and rule and reign with Christ during the first resurrection (Millennial Kingdom)

    16. I only know what I have expressed

    17. with the sentiments expressed here,

    18. Jake’s expressed a wish to invade the cottage tomorrow afternoon – will that be okay with both of you?’

    19. She expressed to me that

    20. which she expressed, but many that she internalized

    21. Koruki patted Ava’s hand and expressed sympathy

    22. When this work is expressed in a new book the 16

    23. This is more easily expressed than

    24. Miss Danvers expressed the wish that they should be offered to her biographer, if I deemed it appropriate

    25. Harry expressed his admiration to Mr

    26. Tom was genuinely heartened by this invitation and expressed his

    27. expressed to Tom, Fred apparently felt comfortable in asking Ged to

    28. Yet she also felt the earnest appeal to her sense of integrity which he expressed so clearly

    29. Allcock expressed his pride of manufacture and command of his chosen markets

    30. With the table clear Jim rose and walks into the living room and right to the mantle where he rested his arm and expressed his disbelief

    31. A white bird came to the tree every time, and whenever she expressed a wish, the bird would throw down to her what she had wished for

    32. expressed the opinion that the place was cursed, and

    33. Its nominal value, the quantity of gold and silver by which this annual produce could be expressed or represented, would, no doubt, be very different ; but its real value, the real quantity of labour which it could purchase or command, would be precisely the same

    34. I, for my part, stick to the concept of a continuum as I already expressed in a previous chapter

    35. I could never make mine the opinions expressed by many philosophers that human life is an absurdity void of any real intended meaning

    36. The notion hides two possibilities that, to my knowledge, have never been expressed before: 1) If our future has been changed by entities from the future, all we see is the new future

    37. What I just so awkwardly expressed above is the basis of morality

    38. Necessity and reverence expressed through

    39. You have expressed concern about the

    40. The quantity of stock, therefore, or, as it is commonly expressed, of money, which can be lent at interest in any country, is not regulated by the value of the money, whether paper or coin, which serves as the instrument of the different loans made in that country, but by the value of that part of the annual produce, which, as soon as it comes either from the ground, or from the hands of the productive labourers, is destined, not only for replacing a capital, but such a capital as the owner does not care to be at the trouble of employing himself

    41. It might continue to be expressed by the same quantity of money, but it would command a greater quantity of labour

    42. wife had a little bit of business to tend to, she expressed

    43. An aspect of yourself is fighting to be expressed or let out

    44. To free slaves in your dream implies that you are liberating an aspect of yourself that you have been suppressing or that you have previously not expressed

    45. To dream that you have sores on your body suggest that you are keeping in some negative emotions and attitudes that need to be released and expressed

    46. The sympathy he’d expressed about her treatment on the Thallia appeared to be quite limited

    47. The nominal value of their goods, and of the annual produce of their land and labour, would fall, and would be expressed or represented by a smaller quantity of silver than before; but their real value would be the same as before, and would be sufficient to maintain, command, and employ the same quantity of labour

    48. Love expressed from the purity of this well that is trained is eternal

    49. you when felt and expressed

    50. Their real wealth, their real revenue, therefore, would be the same as at present, though it might be expressed by a smaller quantity of silver, and they would neither be disabled nor discouraged from cultivating corn as much as they do at present

    1. Each sheath or vehicle through which the soul expresses itself (on physical, emotional and mental levels) carries latent within itself certain inherent potencies, but the soul, which is the source of them all, has them in their purest and most sublimated form

    2. It all comes down to one question: how did you treat the least of these my brethren? I quote this from Matthew 25 where Jesus expresses how He will judge the nations

    3. This man Philemon was called a brother and Paul expresses the reasons that he knows this man to be true to the faith

    4. that the writer expresses in any one

    5. expresses affection and even love

    6. that there is none) which expresses the idea we now annex to the word apprentice, a servant

    7. Here is how Lao Tzu expresses the essence of not-doing:

    8. Here is the way Gandhi expresses the idea of the renunciation of the fruits of action:

    9. Dukkha expresses in three primary ways

    10. In this manner, the love an individual expresses for another individual is conditioned by self-interest and that the underlying motives behind every kindly and selfless act conceals an (inner) need or emotional requirement that an individual seeks to fulfill

    11. “The soul expresses itself in images

    12. This lesson, unfortunately, oftentimes expresses itself too late in life to the chagrin of ―ambitious‖ women who willfully placed their professional careers ahead of raising a family

    13. Addendum to the above: It is certain, however, that the product of one‘s (own) imagination (or its descriptive designs) retains its own internal or conscious impressions that unite Thinker and Thought in a manner that reveals or expresses the inner ‖being‖ of the Thinker

    14. ” This translation scarcely expresses the meaning which Thayer has freely rendered, “not for the purpose of passing judgment on opinions”

    15. expresses his regret that he cannot write poetry and

    16. Called “Dranker” (her pronunciation of “Drunkard”?), it expresses the desperation of a man whose wife's unfaithfulness drives him to drink and to madness

    17. Creating a work of art that expresses your feelings about the situation

    18. Something that’s simple, but still expresses your personality

    19. expresses her desire in a forthright manner

    20. he expresses her sexuality with confidence, but more importantly, she is

    21. Our inner development will then expresses itself in our outer life as well

    22. ” Hart’s core values of family, faith, and decency are a sort of earthly trinity that expresses what “we can’t not know

    23. Q: Would you say that reality expresses itself in action rather

    24. M: How can it be? It is like saying that truth expresses itself in

    25. Boogie is a small young man who aggressively expresses himself to the other cellmates

    26. In conclusion, Watrin expresses his doubts that “policies based on socialist ideology will prove helpful in meeting the challenges with which we are confronted

    27. In respect of any member State which subsequently expresses its consent to be

    28. After all those years of trying to understand and know him, Ethan Canin comes close to describing my own realization of this through the words the father expresses to the son in his story “The Year of Getting to Know Us”: “[Y]ou don’t have to get to know me

    29. “We have a book called the Bible, which many people believe expresses His wishes

    30. Each actor expresses only one facet of the diamond, and it is up to the

    31. Another positive law that it expresses is the law of the

    32. But it also expresses a revolt of the body against the psyche: “I am not

    33. Luca’s reaction expresses the refusal to keep accepting this maternal

    34. Pierre intervenes and expresses his difficulty in interacting with women

    35. I affirm that when the body expresses its needs, which include having a

    36. expresses humanity’s wisdom; a solution that can allow us to experience the

    37. expresses a deep need; but when he or she demand to be able to affirm this

    38. Every potential expresses the possibility that

    39. with the gods, who no longer exist, but rather he expresses it through us and

    40. to leadbeater, a man is using his astral body whenever he expresses an

    41. Then these groups, and the individuals, produce media that expresses positions and opinions

    42. And to „want" expresses a state of non possession

    43. It's so that God can have a damn fine time don’t you know! According to Neale, God views himself, enjoys herself, expresses and extrudes

    44. Nevertheless, that was not a friendly smile, like those that furrowed in the face of the one who expresses it invite with joy to the intimacy of a secret, but of that other, which by its irony load is ballasted by the steams of the suspicion

    45. Leonardo treated me with courtesy, but there is nothing in his behavior that expresses that he is romantically interested in me

    46. This one expresses five time gates, all portals to specific realms within the nine domains of space known, hitherto, as ‘Home’ to Thee

    47. Feather: Feathers deal with higher thought and expresses intuitive wisdom

    48. at this level, the word storm only partially expresses the reality; we should in some ways come nearer to the effect produced if we thought of it as a sore

    49. teaching and training of pupils expresses especially His method

    50. Volver a plus aninfinitive expresses repetition of the act of that infinitive

    1. expressing their love in such a mannered they do not know the

    2. expressing the importance of forgiveness in Luke 23:34 - “Then said Jesus, Father,

    3. My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? Isn’t Jesus really expressing the heart of David here? Isn’t this a reference back to Psalm 22? For Jesus to make that cry was for Him to blow the whistle on all of those that surrounded and mocked

    4. and a heart is poured into it then it is very much a way of expressing oneself

    5. Ful communication, with the expressing of all thoughts and feelings, is

    6. ’ Mickey muttered, his voice expressing both his physical tiredness and his weariness with the whole project

    7. Everything about the place was a surprise and she didn't know any other way of expressing herself

    8. was merely to pay you the courtesy of expressing our

    9. were a few claps and before long the entire varsity joined in, expressing their

    10. It keeps expressing in its own way that this mystic experience, that can prove to be so difficult at the human level, is rich of promises on the spiritual one

    11. You may be expressing your creativity

    12. You may be holding in your anger and frustrations, instead of expressing it

    13. To see a sea turtle in your dream indicates that you are cautious when it comes to expressing your emotions

    14. You are expressing concern over your finances

    15. You are expressing some fear or uncertainly within your emotional state

    16. To see a shower curtain in your dream indicates that you are not fully expressing your emotions

    17. You have trouble expressing yourself and over-think things

    18. The dream reflects how you are receiving, integrating, and expressing your ideas and thoughts

    19. To dream that the toilet seat is down indicates that you are guarded when it comes to expressing your emotions

    20. Alternatively, the dream suggests that you are not expressing your feelings enough

    21. To dream that you are in a water park indicates that you are expressing an emotional high point

    22. Form a greater awareness of life expressing itself in diversity on the Earth, and become aware of your connection with the planets in the Solar system

    23. There was another way he was expressing himself, however, and far better,

    24. This is usually an informal note expressing best wishes and may contain contact information

    25. expressing your gratitude for the things that you are in

    26. Torbin thought of protesting this time, expressing his disgust that he, someone so important to their connection with humanity, should be treated in this degrading way

    27. I took her on a journey through her own life, expressing how Mama had many times dropped everything and rushed to her rescue

    28. Cats are agile in their loyalty, recognizing and expressing love in its myriad shapes and unconventional forms

    29. It matters not whether the „money" is expressed in cowrie shells or American dollars (Or does it?) One can"t help expressing concern over the now defunct Gold Standard

    30. That is, the intelligence contained in his shouted imprecations were inversely related to his vehemence in expressing them

    31. No wonder he was having so much trouble expressing himself

    32. Inasmuch as Satan is incapable of expressing love, neither is he capable of (properly) expressing its antithesis commonly understood as ―hate‖ or any (real) emotion for that matter, unless Pride is considered an emotion which I don‘t believe it is

    33. Our immediate question to you is whether or not this teacher is correctly expressing a belief in keeping with Church teachings or is she merely expressing her own private opinions in a manner that has become increasingly troubling to parents with young children in school? Many of our teachers, it seems, are oftentimes inclined to take liberty with their students in a manner exceeding the scope or limits of their profession

    34. For this reason, conventional wisdom is oftentimes likely to avoid controversial subjects considered incompatible with the customary and accepted practices of an increasingly sensitive, overly cautious society; preferring to play it safe, instead, by providing pat answers or formulaic responses to difficult questions rather than expressing a ―truthful‖ opinion

    35. Political Correctness has accelerated this admonitory process by its simplistic characterization of individuals or groups; by not only disregarding the complexity of singular viewpoints but by challenging the moral and intellectual foundation of the individuals expressing them

    36. would find expressing a coherent thought particularly challenging? Although each of us has the potential to exceed the somewhat (flexible) limits imposed by natural designs, no substitute exists for natural intelligence

    37. or upset; they’re expressing themselves as best they can,

    38. We’re all well and truly screwed,” Lee said, expressing what they were all thinking

    39. His voice rose in pitch suggestively, expressing his grave doubt as to the honesty of the awaited reply

    40. Finally, as I finished expressing my suspicions about the Bullock pair and why I wanted to look at them closer, he broke into a grin

    41. Ferguson had no plans to promote him, and Tracy reciprocated by frequently expressing his desire to see the expiration of his term of service and discharge

    42. The Poles all began expressing their alarm and dismay simultaneously, until Colling waved his hands and asked them to listen to him

    43. Given that its ramifications had not been fully considered at the time, some commissioners are now expressing regret at having voted for it

    44. “Yes sir,” I said, my voice expressing a bit of the discomfort of the situation

    45. How deep was this thing’s scheme that it extended to master Olom? Why did he ask him such irrelevant questions at this hour? Was he belatedly or mockingly trying to befriend him? He chose silence over expressing his ire frivolously

    46. On the fourth day, after Elizabeth seemed out of danger, Colling, realizing he had been remiss in not doing so earlier, asked Hermann about the Countess, expressing his concern with what the Russians might do to her when they became aware that she had been substituted for Elizabeth

    47. We recognize the Mouth as the Organ of Communication and consider the relationship that we have with speaking our minds, expressing our feelings

    48. Even then, I couldn‘t help the feeling sorry for him over the sentiments he was expressing for his family

    49. The other way of expressing possession is with possessive pronouns mi (my), su (polite your, his, her & its), tu (familiar your), nuestro & nuestra (our, m & f), and su (plural your & their)

    50. In other words, he has mastered reading the words and the emotion, but still has problems thinking out a problem and expressing clearly his conclusions

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