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But instantly he began to undermine it.
How could she undermine him in this way?
But it can undermine you, just as surely.
Their purpose was to undermine the ruling.
We do not have any intention to undermine the.
This kind of thing could undermine her authority.
And that it might undermine his authority somehow.

God will undermine the strategy of the disbelievers.
Your emotions will undermine you, and you will lose.
This event would seriously undermine a major piece of your.
In some way you undermine the success of the successful ones.
Any contact with the parent now could deeply undermine morale.
There is no opposition to what Satan say to undermine his words.
Why let the opposition know how it is possible to undermine you?
It will undermine the new bridge just as surely as it did the old.
Is it possible that you could undermine the Blue Castle too?
They were worried that in time it could undermine their own culture.
It was this that had made him complacent and all too easy to undermine.
I wasn’t ready to undermine my father in front of this man I barely knew.
You cant undermine my authority or that of Kyle in this place, he said.
It must be protected against the adverse elements that will try to undermine it.
The cash is one of the Free Enterprisers’ main weapons to undermine the OWG.
A different perspective not considered before, it seemed to undermine their efforts.
It is counterproductive to undermine the teacher’s or school’s stature in your.
Be prepared to avoid racialized agendas that may undermine this mobilization process.
The conflict would weaken her authority and undermine everything else she wanted to do.
Talk to undermine my love and confidence, talk that went through one ear and out the other.
Thedy had put him up to it, Thedy was trying to undermine Charlie's social life, she was!.
However, we did not desire to undermine the Instructor’s authority in front of his platoon.
They share a habit of giving corrosive words that undermine their self-respect and self-esteem.
But that would completely undermine what he was trying to build in always staying with your edkar.
Anyone who disagrees with my decisions can all too easily undermine me by pointing out that I stand.
The battle of the Civil War to undermine and replace America advances on these two strategic fronts.
However she also warned party politics might, if not controlled, undermine the community’s solidarity.
Hitler rejected requests to cancel; if granted, this would undermine the invasion as a political threat.
If she were to release it, it could undermine the entire religious and political foundation of the World.
High transaction costs and noisy price data on single-stock options may undermine these results, however.
She is no longer his friend because he’s against the Rwandan government and Paul, trying to undermine him.
Maybe Hortense meant to undermine Cam’s credibility by insinuating he was still a patient in need of therapy.
They were busy with covert operations and undermining.
Even as a teenager, he would chastise me for undermining his.
The plague had spooked them all, undermining their rationality.
Rather than confusing and undermining the faith of the ignorant.
Alas their very instruments increasingly seem to be undermining this certitude.
I’ll keep undermining the government, and we have other things in the works.
Undermining the basis—undermining the basis, repeated Prince Korchagin, laughing.
A was undermining B, D was undermining C, and so on in all possible combinations and permutations.
Such designs, in my opinion, produced the opposite effect by undermining its traditional teachings.
The bishop hovered on the brink of ordering Mohmohtahny’s arrest on charges of undermining the Jihad.
Lenin arrived back in Russia in April 1917 and immediately set about undermining the Russian government.
Therefore he knew she was going to support his moves to stop the British government undermining peace and equality.
Instead of undermining their leadership it brought greater respect, greater trust, and a greater sense of camaraderie.
And Alexandra! All this time Alexandra had been undermining her, whispering God-knows-what poison into their grandmother's ears.
The Welfare State has ‖succored‖ many an individual at the expense of that individual‘s Individuality by undermining that.
If you have noticed anything that might be undermining their online presence, mention it tactfully without expecting anything in return.
After the setback, when all life was destroyed during the Flood, they went furiously to work in undermining the structure of civilisation.
See, demons are always trying to convince you that you are doing everything possible to heal yourself, all the while undermining your efforts.
My guess is that the story itself was irrelevant, it was just their excuse, a pretext for further undermining Harriet’s role within the group.
The mores of our conservative culture, the undermining of her reputation and diminishing new openings for marriage always work against the woman.
He complained that there is a gutter on the adjoining house which discharges rain-water on his premises, and is undermining the foundations of his house.
When he demolished them he would put in their place a pile of loose large stones, the riprap, which he said would prevent the current undermining the piers.
Your little note’s going to go a long way towards undermining any confidence he still has in Thirsk, and that can’t be a bad thing from our perspective.
When Jackson lost the election in 1824, he resigned as congressman and spent the next four years undermining President John Quincy Adams, just so he could get elected.
When it became obvious that David was dying, Adonijah stepped in and proclaimed himself king, destabilizing the monarchy, undermining security and creating an enemy within the palace.
He altered his appearance to look like me and gave the inhabitants messages that contradicted my promises, completely undermining my efforts to create an alliance, and making me a target.
Robert Bork, law professor, former federal appeals court judge, and a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute has spoken frequently on the role of the Supreme Court in undermining the Constitution.
Women sought, instead, an equal partnership with men without undermining the essential characteristics that typically separate men from women; each exceptional in his or her own peculiar manner.
In an island by themselves, he told her, they would be quite happy undermining each other's backbones, and the backbone of England, which consisted of plain unspoilt patriots, would be let alone.
Reducing academic standards provides a free pass to underachieving students while undermining the (potential) progress of talented students (otherwise) capable of taking ―it‖ to a higher level.
The consequence is, that the water, which has once obtained a perpendicular passage of a few inches through the first, washes away the second with such rapidity, that it is constantly undermining it.
It appeared that Lyamshin had quoted the phrase about "undermining the foundation," word for word from this document, not omitting a single stop or comma, though he had declared that it was all his own theory.
If the truth should be that some undermining disease was at work within him, there might be large opportunity for some people to be the happier when he was gone; and if one of those people should be Will Ladislaw, Mr.
The crowd is still buzzing when Judge Rothstein calls an adjournment for the day, but whether or not Tom’s high-risk two-minute gambit succeeded in undermining six hours of testimony, we don’t have long to dwell on it.
This weakening has been alarmingly true in the last four decades by the gradual undermining of our public schools and the elimination of the fundamental history of how and why the great United States was originally established.
The larger part of the work is expended in setting forth the general social effects of Christianity in the hast, and in presenting a vigorous picture of the results to be expected in the future from the gradual undermining of heathenism.
He came to the rescue at this point, and said in a consolatory and complimentary voice, Camilla, my dear, it is well known that your family feelings are gradually undermining you to the extent of making one of your legs shorter than the other.
That kiss was much like the one he gave me before, or rather, the one he gave Scarlet, and the softness of it, the pure, unassuming, un-obligated offering of it, is undermining my defenses in a way that all the flowers in the world never could.
If it consisted of solid rock, the river would probably have no effect upon it; but of such loose and friable materials is it composed, that the river is continually undermining it, and producing effects not less to be dreaded than those of an earthquake.
The philosophy of Socialism relies on the undermining of the stability and intention of responsible, representative government and moral community action that is supported by the Rule of Law and the importance of the individual’s ownership of private property.
It would have undermined my argument.
It undermined him quickly; yet he persisted.
Promotion of Positive Thinking Has Undermined.
The edges are undermined and it needs exposure.
He said she had undermined her strength….
The affections of the people are to be gradually undermined.
In effect, he had undermined her implicit support for Carlus.
Covering the basics, your parents have undermined your position.
People do NOT like having their fundamental beliefs so easily undermined!.
However, the piles were not installed and so the piers have been undermined.
The social soil is everywhere undermined, sometimes for good, sometimes for evil.
In fact, more debt would have would have undermined the increases in assets and net.
Since his arrival, their mental manipulations had undermined his freedom, and now such.
The test ban was undermined by the scandal over an American U-2 spy plane being shot down.
As to being undermined, I don’t know what in the world you are driving at, Hippolyte.
Since then the practice of buying below liquidation value has been undermined by two factors.
Today, the Protestant Work Ethic is being undermined and supplanted by an ethic of Pure Greed.
This along with the continued illness of the Frances commander greatly undermined their morale.
Toney‘s trial defense team that would have materially undermined the State‘s case against Mr.
This evidence of death, of random nature in the raw, undermined these brittle constructs of hope.
She remembered with dismay that her body had undermined her in the same way with Alwyn in the forest.
Mitchell felt undermined, his eyes beamed into his father, I didn't even say I was going to, ya putz.
It also undermined Britain’s standing in the world as the upholder of civilised standards of behaviour.
The German military, industrial, and economic system plus the morale of the people had not been undermined.
With all the passion of her strong nature she hated Miriam for having in this subtle way undermined his joy.
Pamela tried to explain Jeff off as an old friend but her explanation was undermined with stolen glances at Jeff.
Abortion, for example, has not only diminished us as a society, but undermined the very notion of our Humanity; that.
Besides, their state of growth would have undermined the onamic sense of safety their unicellular compactness provided.
The undisclosed statements from these witnesses contradicted and undermined the most critical facts to the State‘s case.
Sutro’s point—very far-fetched, cheap and sensational—is that Mayfair has undermined and corrupted itself by the game.
First, in the 1920s, cultural changes undermined the sanctity of the home and godly morals among African-American young people.
There were fig leaves in the soul, and they did not get whole; so the great call of God was undermined by the brokenness in their soul.
When the tremors cease keep a watch for any obstructions and hazards: broken cables, undermined roadways or bridges which could give way.
Stephen Douglas, who undermined the Missouri Compromise for his own political career advancement by offering the Kansas Missouri Act in 1854.
In fact with the utmost assiduity he undermined the rock of her purity with such engines that had Camilla been of brass she must have fallen.
In consequence, the theory of investment in sound public-utility bonds appears in no sense to have been undermined by 1931–1933 experience.
The unnatural strain of the day, and his sickly state of health together, had suddenly undermined his strength, and he was as weak as a child.
Only to be poisoned, betrayed, assassinated, defeated in battle, sabotaged, undermined, and killed… in a matter of months! on and on… ad-nauseum.
Also that plenty of powder had been distributed in the town, and the spies thought they had undermined the Palace and Palaver Square in case of emergency.
I believe that this implication reinforced prejudice and undermined his challenges to the black and white middle-class Christians whom he sought to enlist.
This undermines our simple.
Undermines the constitution.
It undermines the ethos of the state.
While ostensibly widening its realm, one undermines it.
Someone who undermines the goodwill of the business, who.
We need to come out of any place that undermines our faith.
Dust and old, dirty things have mites on them and that undermines your immune system.
So far, all I've been able to see isthat electronic media undermines the print form in two ways:.
It now lacks the necessary moral absolutes to correct the family breakdown that undermines progress.
Slow and steady is the best way to accomplish any personal goal, but sometimes the slow undermines the steady.
Any emotional state that undermines confidence in your edge as a trader will pose serious obstacles to your success.
The extreme ends of the Two House / Ephraimite message undermines the great power of the claims of the New Testament.
It is a fear that undermines their authority, their decision-making ability as they constantly second-guess themselves.
It is a long and very warm hug; it very nearly undermines my practical non-emotional intentions and I feel tears pricking.
If Admiral Huntsman ignores or undermines in any way the guidelines approved by me, then I want him relieved of command at once.
Life is a marathon, not a sprint, and you should never do anything in the short term that undermines your long-term chances of success.
Shifts in the relative risk of asset classes are a structural change that undermines the usefulness of valuation signals like yield ratio.
Designed to provide a safety net for fiscal mismanagement, this egregious measure undermines financial planning while deflating tax payer morale.
Our perceptions are oftentimes unreliable, predisposed to conditioning and experience that undermines an individual‘s ability to see and think clearly.
Such arcane methods of re/organizing give rise to much of the jockeying for position that currently undermines every organization we have consulted with.
I note also that the headline states Bernanke’s reassurance failed (my emphasis), and this undermines one’s confidence in the benevolent powers of this superbeing.
But now the refusal to comply with the non-Christian demands of governments undermines the power of state to the root, because all the power of the state is based on these non-Christian demands.
We as a government are aware of the outcry of well meaning people who will argue that to remove the rights of a tiny minority to protect the majority from harm, fatally undermines the very freedoms we seek to protect.
It turns out that re-establishing the position – which undermines the point of the stop order in the first place – would be the right thing to do, but we can only know this for sure with the benefit of our perfect hindsight.
Whereas at the present time every refusal to execute the un-Christian demands of the government undermines the authority of the State, because the authority of the State rests on the fulfilment of these anti-Christian requirements.
People who do not acknowledge Christianity in its true meaning because it undermines all their social privileges, and who, therefore, invent all kinds of philosophic and æsthetic theories to hide from themselves the meaninglessness and wrongness of their lives, cannot think otherwise.
The external life of Christian nations remains pagan, but they are already penetrated by the Christian life-conception—The issue from this contradiction is in the acceptance of the Christian life-conception—In it alone is every man free, and it alone frees him from all human authority—This deliverance is brought about, not by a change of external conditions, but only by a change in the conception of one's life—The Christian life-conception demands the renunciation of violence, and, in delivering the man who accepts it, it frees the world from all external authority—The issue from the present apparently hopeless position consists in every man accepting the Christian life-conception and living accordingly—But men consider this method too slow, and see their salvation in change of the material conditions of life made with the aid of the authority of the State—This method will have no issue, because men themselves cause the evil from which they suffer—This is especially evident in regard to the submissive acceptance of military duty, for it is more advantageous for a man to refuse than accept—Human freedom will be brought about only through the liberation of each individual man, and already there are signs of this liberation, which threatens to destroy State organization—The repudiation of the un-Christian demands of governments undermines their authority and makes men free—Therefore instances of such refusals are feared by governments more than conspiracies or violence—Instances, in Russia, of refusals to take the oath of allegiance, to pay taxes, to accept passports or positions in the police, to take part in courts of law, or to be drafted as soldiers—Similar instances in other countries—Governments know not how to dispose of men who refuse to obey their requirements because of the Christian doctrine—These men destroy without a struggle the foundations of governments from the inside—To punish them would mean for governments to deny Christianity themselves, and to contribute to the diffusion of that consciousness from which such refusals spring—Hence the position of governments is a desperate one, and men who preach the uselessness of personal deliverance only arrest the destruction of the existing system of government founded on violence.
The External Life of Christian Peoples Remains Pagan Though they are Penetrated by Christian Consciousness—The Way Out of this Contradiction is by the Acceptance of the Christian Theory of Life—Only Through Christianity is Every Man Free, and Emancipated of All Human Authority—This Emancipation can be Effected by no Change in External Conditions of Life, but Only by a Change in the Conception of Life—The Christian Ideal of Life Requires Renunciation of all Violence, and in Emancipating the Man who Accepts it, Emancipates the Whole World from All External Authorities—The Way Out of the Present Apparently Hopeless Position is for Every Man who is Capable of Assimilating the Christian Conception of Life, to Accept it and Live in Accordance with it—But Men Consider this Way too Slow, and Look for Deliverance Through Changes in Material Conditions of Life Aided by Government—That Will Lead to No Improvement, as it is simply Increasing the Evil under which Men are Suffering—A Striking Instance of this is the Submission to Compulsory Military Service, which it would be More Advantageous for Every Man to Refuse than to Submit to—The Emancipation of Men Can Only be Brought About by each Individual Emancipating Himself, and the Examples of this Self-emancipation which are already Appearing Threaten the Destruction of Governmental Authority—Refusal to Comply with the Unchristian Demands of Government Undermines the Authority of the State and Emancipates Men—And therefore Cases of such Non-compliance are Regarded with more Dread by State Authorities than any Conspiracies or Acts of Violence—Examples of Non-compliance in Russia, in Regard to Oath of Allegiance, Payment of Taxes, Passports, Police Duties, and Military Service—Examples of such Non-compliance in other States—Governments do not Know how to Treat Men who Refuse to Comply with their Demands on Christian Grounds—Such People, without Striking a Blow, Undermine the very Basis of Government from Within—To Punish them is Equivalent to Openly Renouncing Christianity, and Assisting in Diffusing the Very Principle by which these Men Justify their Non-compliance—So Governments are in a Helpless Position—Men who Maintain the Uselessness of Personal Independence, only Retard the Dissolution of the Present State Organization Based on Force.

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