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    1. However, the tenor of the Old Testament as a whole was that

    2. But all of this is done out of sync with the tenor of heaven

    3. Then my neighbour stood and with feet apart and head thrown back, he poured out a drama like an operatic tenor

    4. seemed to cover the general tenor of his promises

    5. As a decisive shift in the tenor of our voices, As control is shifted from us

    6. That they were superior in private life, we have the express testimony of Polybius, and of Dionysius of Halicarnassus, two authors well acquainted with both nations; and the whole tenor of the Greek and Roman history bears witness to the superiority of the public morals of the Romans

    7. Arrogance, the off-spring of Low Esteem, is (fortunately) balanced, however, by the professional demeanor of other (exceptional) athletes with little or nothing to prove, whose quiet tenor, and business like attitude, free of pretentious designs and excessive self-regard; that is to say, individuals who are comfortable with themselves and in themselves, who feel that they have nothing to prove and are (generally) less likely to be influenced by money and glamour; speaks volumes about the fundamental character of an emotional secure individual

    8. The general tenor resonating within the liberal community can best be described as ecstatic indignation over the (comparative) mistreatment of Iraqi prisoners of war by over zealous prison guards

    9. Then water fowl from the wetlands in the valley brought their voices in a gentle chorus, like tenor and bass parts being added to the “sky” birds

    10. Resp started again, his voice was in a higher tenor, and

    11. 7 And they said, The man asked us straightly of our state, and of our kindred, saying, Is your father yet alive? Have you another brother? And we told him according to the tenor of these words: could we certainly know that he would say, Bring your brother down?

    12. 27 And the Lord said to Moses, Write you these words: for after the tenor of these words I have made a covenant with you and with Israel

    13. tenor of these words I have made a covenant with thee and with Israel

    14. according to the tenor of these words: could we certainly know that he would

    15. The basic tenor

    16. “We have been inducted, into Pharaoh’s Fourth Army, and act under the direct order of its commander!” Moshe was at great pains to keep the tone and tenor of his words measured, authoritative, but respectful

    17. “But, I guess what concerns me most,” Moshe added, the change in the tenor of his voice sparking renewed attention, “is the knowledge gained from some of those that joined us today, that we are only one full day’s ride east of the brick-making place called the Project where I came from

    18. Moshe was at great pains to keep the tone and tenor of his words measured, authoritative, but

    19. “But, I guess what concerns me most,” Moshe added, the change in the tenor of his voice

    20. The whole tenor of Bacon’s Novum Organum is that

    21. Moved by the tenor of his tone, as they lifted their heads, their tear-filled eyes came into his dim view as his own eyes were welled with tears of joy

    22. One week he was a squeaky tenor, and the next week after a

    23. “My name is Lezura Hembim,” she said confidently, her voice a soft tenor without any noticeable accent

    24. The tone of the voice was a low tenor, not like S’us’

    25. Playing the alto and tenor saxophone – he was also a composer – his mastery of the horn was remarkable He soon earned the nicknames of Bird and Yardbird

    26. Her neighbor, Kenneth Hollan, played tenor saxophone and she joined him as a singer at the Alhambra Bar and Grill, Mexico’s, the Grey Dawn, the Brooklyn Elks’ Club, Pod’s and Jerry’s and the Bright Spot

    27. Michael played clarinet, alto sax and tenor sax: jazz, funk, fusion, rock and post-bop

    28. Doing this further alters the tenor, cadence, and vocabulary of the voice expressing them

    29. The multi-tonal note became more as the voice, that tenor that had not been destroyed even after ten years of smoking, rang out loud and strong in a language Cloud had never heard, but he knew somehow the meaning of it

    30. for me and Mom--quite a good tenor, my dad was

    31. “We need a little more tenor to balance out the base

    32. Even Selar was so caught up in the presentation, the hypnotic tenor of Garcia’s voice, that the performance seemed over before it had even gotten started

    33. What is invariant from channel to channel is her feeling – the sense of her presence – and the tenor and direction of her thinking

    34. “Oh Danny boy, the pipes, the pipes are calling…” Ernie’s clear tenor and the song’s melancholy quality subdued the audience

    35. They hold on the even tenor of their way, and pass silently on towards home; but they sweeten all around them

    36. uniform tenor should be a protest against the

    37. ‘We’ll be leaving tomorrow,’ he said with a feeling of disappointment, which she noticed in the tenor of his tone

    38. ‘Having seen your love in the print of your hand, now I want to savor it in the tenor of your tone

    39. determination to change the tone and tenor of my prayers – spend more time thanking

    40. than his best to improve the tone and tenor of the institution

    41. The principled conservative is both protective of individual privacy but also rightly concerned about the tone and tenor of American culture

    42. But the greater the success which men have achieved in the inductive science, the more does the whole tenor of their teachings and example impress us with the necessity of observing carefully, patiently, accurately, with all the instruments and resources at our command the individual facts before venturing upon a statement of general laws

    43. She strained to hear, hoping they had skipped the office, but Chambers’ voice droned closer and the tenor of his voice changed dramatically after Garret interrupted with a question

    44. The early news reports called it a drowning and accidental death, but as more information came in, the tenor of the stories began to change

    45. denotes the period of maturity or tenor

    46. maturity mismatches that may arise out of extending long tenor loans to

    47. The tenor of the bank loans may not normally be longer than seven years

    48. a) The tenor of the loan not to exceed 180 days

    49. Material alteration : Any alteration that changes the tenor of an instrument

    50. Tenor : instructions appearing on the face of a negotiable instrument such as

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