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1. Would I on thee bestow!.
2. So he also begins to bestow.
3. And any thing I have I bestow.
4. And all your love on self bestow;.
5. Bestow me with the power to change.
6. Bestow this place on us a little while.
7. He may upon the child's remains bestow;.

8. The gift to her posterity was his to bestow.
9. I am unworthy of the honor you bestow upon me.
10. I bestow it with pleasure, said Napoleon.
11. It is the one gift we can bestow on each other.
12. However, since the credits would bestow economic.
13. And thereby bestow upon us the full mastery of self.
14. Only the soul, the unconscious, can bestow it, but we.
15. Vajradeha and Drumatzaya; and their function is to bestow.
16. That He may bestow upon the believers an excellent reward.
17. Please come here to bestow the attainments that we long for.
18. One of Buddha’s main functions is to bestow mental peace.
19. Bestow on an individual the useless and deprive him of the.
20. We recite the following mantras as a request to bestow these.
21. And I told her all about the lavish bestow of soda, the three.
22. I bestow upon the devotees, who always remember me and ad-.
23. You promised to bestow on me the friendly affection of a brother.
24. Together the meaning is: ‘O Avalokiteshvara, please bestow the.
25. Now, on whom does God bestow this gift of regeneration and on what.
26. Krishn mean by this that he is going to bestow upon Arjun the very.
27. It is I who bestow steadiness on the faith of covetous worship-.
28. Humility is the most precious gift one can ever bestow on themselves.
29. May the God of universes bestow upon us the full measure of his spirit;.
30. They waited on Cilus to bestow on them their greatest fantasies of power.
31. I love them and shall generously bestow the riches of the wisdom upon them.
32. God, to include him as a part of your family, he will bestow great things upon.
33. Wopsle to bestow some intellectual crumbs upon me, with which he kindly complied.
34. Oh God of All, if only you would bestow upon us belief with no retreat thereafter.
35. It is much to do, and, oh, but there are rewards in that we can bestow such happiness.
36. If your intention is high and so is your saying, Al'lah will bestow upon you His favor.
37. He was against it, because it proposed to bestow on others a power residing in Congress.
38. Painting the inscriptions was one of the highest honors a witch could bestow on another.
39. Spirit beings cannot bestow material answers to the spirit petitions of even material beings.
40. Sometimes they would even blow a trumpet as they were about to bestow charity upon some beggar.
41. The enterprising thought even crossed her mind to lean in and bestow his cheek with a small kiss.
42. It is a courtly gesture, one he would bestow on a lady in Asgard had he distressed her accidentally.
43. For He is faithful who has promised that He will bestow on every one a reward according to his works.
44. The book of Job talks a lot about God allowing Satan to bestow hard times upon him to test his faith.
45. And what was their biggest gift to bestow on humans? Guidance: a little nudge in the right direction.
46. This, I thought, was the moment of decision, which was to rob me of or bestow happiness on me forever.
47. The four travelers passed a sleepless night, each thinking of the gift Oz had promised to bestow on him.
48. It was unlikely that big Carlos would ever bestow praise unless to the Grim Reaper—from his deathbed.
49. This character can spend a few hours in a lab to concoct potions that bestow powers on whoever uses them.
50. Her heart and her time were already quite full; she had neither leisure nor affection to bestow on Fanny.
51. She tried to bestow him an approving nod and remained silent again, contemplating the things that he just said.
52. That he will comfort those who mourn and bestow upon them the joy of salvation in the place of sorrow and heaviness.
53. He will provide you with good sustenance until a stated term, and will bestow His grace on every possessor of virtue.
54. Edward has already intimated that he would like to bestow membership on me, although if truth be told I fail to see why.
55. Nourishing foods and strengthening tonics cannot bestow life, because these are but secondary manifestations of life.
56. All the worldly advantages it is in your power to bestow on her could not compensate for the loss of a father's love and care.
57. He stared at us for a moment, probably wondering what torture he could bestow on us, but he seemed to have thought better of it.
58. When all Scripture is fulfilled, The Father will bestow The Son one more crown and one more name that no one is allowed to know.
59. When the frightful object first presented itself to the young Mohican, he did not deign to bestow a single glance on the animal.
60. It signifies the basic human inequity where one person acquires more human life energy from others than they bestow upon others.
61. Bestow: To gather together; to put or place things in storage; to collect together possessions: or, to offer or provide a blessing.
62. Herein lay the dichotomy of Islam in that while it tries to bestow peace on the believers, it pours out scorn on the nonbelievers.
63. And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and though I give my body to be burned, but have not love, it profits me nothing.
64. They are constantly improved and revised, and those of us who use them often bestow gifts upon the researchers to show our gratitude.
65. In mid-2007 I was elected a trustee emeritus and Cornell Presidential Councillor, the highest honor the Board of Trustees can bestow.
66. Who’d’ve thought Bogardus could bestow a magisterial ass-chewing? The notion delighted Rob, but didn’t allay his building anger.
67. I took them off and cradled them in my hands, as if by examining them up close I could bestow on them a durability they did not possess.
68. It lacked, no doubt, the grace which a fitting dress can bestow; but to a connoisseur the non-flexibility of her figure had its own charm.
69. Furthermore, when our master Solomon (pth) invoked his Provider, he said, …and bestow upon me such power as shall belong to none after me.
70. So, if you render good acts and adopt this path you will be glad and satisfied with the great donation that your Provider will bestow upon you.
71. God says: Of the bounties of thy Provider, We bestow freely on all these as well as those; the bounties of thy Provider, none are deprived of.
72. He would not withhold her due, on the contrary He would bestow upon her more than the reward she deserved, for Al’lah’s favor knows no bound.
73. Now the time has come to part with you, but one last thing remains to be done, which is to impart the blessing that I was sent to bestow upon you.
74. The Tree of Rebirth chose the path for druids following Ghrian’s teachings, and rarely did the Tree bestow the exact same path to two individuals.
75. Having no children of my own, who should I look to in any little matter I may ever have to bestow, but the children of my sisters? And I am sure Mr.
76. If your wife has been given directly to you by God, then you have been given one of the greatest blessings that God can bestow upon you in this life.
77. As Uncas thus replied, he pointed with his finger toward the solitary Huron, but without deigning to bestow any other notice on so unworthy an object.
78. Elinor, though she felt really interested in the welfare of Colonel Brandon, could not bestow all the wonder on his going so suddenly away, which Mrs.
79. That is why you must bestow upon it pronouncing Al’lah’s Name exactly the moment you slaughter it, when the just arbitrator between you both is Al’lah.
80. Dana) has been pleased to bestow on the American naval officers, I have not the least indisposition to subscribe to, so far as my knowledge will permit me to go.
81. Whatever share of this world Thou dost bestow on me, bestow it on Thine enemies, and whatever share of the next world Thou dost give me, give it to Thy friends.
82. For this is the last best gift that the kindly demi-god is careful to bestow on those to whom he has revealed himself in their helping: the gift of forgetfulness.
83. My godfather was one of my closest friends until his untimely passing and Rich, it would truly be an honor if you choose to bestow upon me this most revered title.
84. The judicious parent, having nothing to bestow or withhold but his blessing, had handsomely settled that dower upon them after a short struggle, and had informed Mr.
85. Greeks were very quick to bestow the term ‘aunt’ or ‘grandma’ but Zoe didn’t think it was right to honor someone because they had lived longer than she had.
86. However, it is utterly ludicrous to suppose that the value of a benefit to a recipient has any necessary relationship to the cost to a company to bestow that benefit.
87. Which means we will no longer need to contend with a President who doesn’t think the way we do … someone who imagines his power is independent of what we bestow.
88. Their first demand was generally that he should silence and subdue all their adversaries; and their second, that he should bestow an independent provision on themselves.
89. A blonde bouillon or white wine sauce, and on the latter we might as well bestow the title ‘most magnificent sauce,’ which is why we add it to our serving of flounder.
90. John Bright's words should ring in his ear: It is impossible for any man to bestow a greater benefit upon a young man than to give him access to books in a free library.
91. Like the Beloved, we possesses the authority to grant gifts and boons, and like them, we are compelled to bestow those blessings for the asking to those whose need is real.
92. If you will kill for me the Wicked Witch of the West, I will bestow upon you a great many brains, and such good brains that you will be the wisest man in all the Land of Oz.
93. Others there are, who are well pleased to bestow on the brave officers who have distinguished themselves, some testimonials of our approbation—some insignia of their merit.
94. The voice was there, spoke to me with great sadness and told me plainly that, if I must bestow my heart on earth, there was nothing for the voice to do but to go back to Heaven.
95. Goodness is not something that a beneficent government can bestow; it flows from the hearts of free citizens reared in a tradition of morality, independence, and resourcefulness.
96. The agricultural systems of political economy will not require so long an explanation as that which I have thought it necessary to bestow upon the mercantile or commercial system.
97. Cynthia nearly died giving birth and complications meant that she would not have anymore children so Terry received every little bit of attention his parents could bestow upon him.
98. Some nycarmans decided to study the raizean—which meant literally abducting them and dissecting their brains to learn how to bestow their mental capabilities to their own soldiers.
99. While classically trained in all of the ways to defend herself, she took up writing in order to process the desire she now covets; to bestow a second and final death upon the Undead.
100. Bestow rewards without regard to rule, issue orders without regard to previous arrangements; and you will be able to handle a whole army as though you had to do with but a single man.
1. Except that of bestowing upon you.
2. Which is what you have been bestowing me all this time.
3. Truth), the first of the four Ages, has been bestowing the True.
4. The master of yog, a yogi himself and capable of bestowing yog upon.
5. Drums sounded among them, emphasizing his speech and bestowing approval.
6. She was a little confused with all the names they were bestowing upon her.
7. It would be like bestowing the Order of the Knight of the Garter casually.
8. Women, unhappy women, we are not in the habit of bestowing much thought on them.
9. Heathcliff had not the habit of bestowing a single unnecessary civility on Miss Linton, I knew.
10. With no other explanation except that God’s grace and Him bestowing me His energy, that I carried on.
11. He was a gentle person and did not, for a moment, consider bestowing those much-needed slaps on his wifes face.
12. As for the human, when their Lord tries them by bestowing favors and blessings on them, do they say, ‘My Lord honors me?
13. To pay compliments to the woman whom a man loves is the first method of bestowing caresses, and he is half audacious who tries it.
14. As for the human, when their Lord tries them by bestowing favors and blessings on them, do they say, ‘My Lord has honored me?
15. As for man, when his Lord tests him by bestowing favors on him and blessing him, does he say: ‘My Lord is bountiful to me’?!.
16. Slightly taller than the rest of them, he looked as if he were holding an informal court, bestowing his attention on the fawning cluster.
17. Well, no more bestowing ‘holy’ powers and gifts of insight to humans… there are so many more deserving races throughout the universe.
18. Possibly bestowing Helmi with the taint of a deceived lover, depending on whether their affair was over before or after those successive trips.
19. My body had fully restored itself from bestowing the Dark Gift, but my thirst was strong, rather in the style of a craving than a physical need.
20. Now it was time for Ailia to see if she could hear her mother calling from the grave, bestowing wisdom upon her spirit by speaking to her heart.
21. Those republics encouraged the acquisition of those exercises, by bestowing little premiums and badges of distinction upon those who excelled in them.
22. Marius almost reproached himself for the preoccupations of revery and passion which had prevented his bestowing a glance on his neighbors up to that day.
23. For Paul, born only a few minutes earlier, the Ascendant was Libra and Moon in Cancer, bestowing considerable charm and strong links to home and family.
24. As for the latter, from early morning she had taken decisive measures, by completely excluding the General from her presence, and bestowing upon him not a glance.
25. Yes, you’re a wonderful husband!’ she said, with a meaning and affable air, as though she were bestowing an order of magnanimity on him for his conduct to his wife.
26. Shall we, ladies? He said as he held open the house door for us, and we went in ahead of him, Harley bestowing a smile in his direction and Teagan clapping him on the arm.
27. Near Saint-Medard's church there was a poor man who was in the habit of crouching on the brink of a public well which had been condemned, and on whom Jean Valjean was fond of bestowing charity.
28. Of a hidalgo visiting from King Telemarco’s court in La Fuerza, who made a fool of himself over a priceless ring he’d given Abi Thélème for favors she never got around to bestowing on him.
29. All of that is overwhelmed by Your Manifestation and enjoy the bounty You keep bestowing at all times except the spirit of that man who drew far from You and sought the creature’s donation not Yours.
30. Bestowing a word of promise here and a smile there, a whisper on one happy slave and a wave of the hand on another, Monseigneur affably passed through his rooms to the remote region of the Circumference of Truth.
31. He laid a hand on my forehead, as though bestowing a blessing, but it was just a gentle caress, the cool skin of his palm sending tingles down my spine, but the spine of the me that stood separate, not the sleeping me.
32. Probably she had resolved never to speak to me again; but when we were at the bottom, and Ambrose was bestowing fees on the Fräulein and the custodian, she said, 'I did not know your husband was travelling with you.
33. Munro started, as if the last trumpet had sounded in his ear, and bestowing one anxious and hurried glance around him, he arose and followed in the simple train, with the mien of a soldier, but bearing the full burden of a parent's suffering.
34. But unfortunately in bestowing these embraces, a pin in her ladyship's head dress slightly scratching the child's neck, produced from this pattern of gentleness such violent screams, as could hardly be outdone by any creature professedly noisy.
35. With such commodiousness of situation, these two learned persons sat themselves down, each in his own domain, yet familiarly passing from one apartment to the other, and bestowing a mutual and not incurious inspection into one another's business.
36. But unfortunately in bestowing these embraces, a pin in her ladyship’s head dress slightly scratching the child’s neck, produced from this pattern of gentleness such violent screams, as could hardly be outdone by any creature professedly noisy.
37. And when one comes before Me, does not My hand reach down, and touch them gently upon their shoulder as they pray? Shall I not draw them near, so I may comfort them in My love, bestowing grace without ceasing, strengthening them in their time of need?
38. But sooner or later, inevitably, someone was bound to point out—very quietly, as far from the Inquisition’s ears as possible—that if God was truly on Mother Church’s side, He could at least have prevented Shan-wei from bestowing such largess upon her servants.
39. The commander of the battery put his hands behind his back, and, dropping his head, pursued his walk up and down the room, in silence, only bestowing an occasional glance at the hands which were twirling the scissors, with the aspect of a man who is trying to recall something.
40. In bestowing charity, the main consideration: should be to help those who will help themselves; to provide part of the means by which those who desire to improve may do so; to give those who desire to rise the aids by which they may rise; to assist, but rarely or never to do all.
41. All this Sancho listened to and fixed it well in his memory, and thanked them heartily for intending to recommend his master to be an emperor instead of an archbishop, for he felt sure that in the way of bestowing rewards on their squires emperors could do more than archbishops-errant.
42. But she was so wholly unused to confer favours, except on the very poor, so unpractised in removing evils, or bestowing kindnesses among her equals, and so fearful of appearing to elevate herself as a great lady at home, that it took some time to determine that it would not be unbecoming in her to make such a present.
43. Given that so many marriages end in divorce and the miniscule impact that being married has on ones job prospects or other chances for success in life, the principled conservative should also start from the premise of show me why this cannot simply be decided in the legislative process since this is bestowing an additional privilege.
44. The cross is not the symbol of the sacrifice of the innocent Son of God in the place of guilty sinners and in order to appease the wrath of an offended God, but it does stand forever, on earth and throughout a vast universe, as a sacred symbol of the good bestowing themselves upon the evil and thereby saving them by this very devotion of love.
45. I held no communication with him: still, I was conscious of his design to enter, if he could; and on the Tuesday, a little after dark, when my master, from sheer fatigue, had been compelled to retire a couple of hours, I went and opened one of the windows; moved by his perseverance to give him a chance of bestowing on the faded image of his idol one final adieu.
46. I held no communication with him; still, I was conscious of his design to enter, if he could; and on the Tuesday, a little after dark, when my master, from sheer fatigue, had been compelled to retire a couple of hours, I went and opened one of the windows; moved by his perseverance, to give him a chance of bestowing on the faded image of his idol one final adieu.
47. He cast a furtive glance towards the door, as though he feared that it would open in spite of the bolt which fastened it; then, with a quick and abrupt movement, he took the whole in his arms at once, without bestowing so much as a glance on the things which he had so religiously and so perilously preserved for so many years, and flung them all, rags, cudgel, knapsack, into the fire.
48. The ivory, the gold, and the pearls, all received their appointment, and the gentleman having named the last day on which his existence could be continued without the possession of the toothpick-case, drew on his gloves with leisurely care, and bestowing another glance on the Miss Dashwoods, but such a one as seemed rather to demand than express admiration, walked off with a happy air of real conceit and affected indifference.
49. Thou mayest suppose, Lothario my friend, that I am unable to give sufficient thanks for the favours God has rendered me in making me the son of such parents as mine were, and bestowing upon me with no niggard hand what are called the gifts of nature as well as those of fortune, and above all for what he has done in giving me thee for a friend and Camilla for a wife--two treasures that I value, if not as highly as I ought, at least as highly as I am able.
50. For few men can abide to see honours conferred on their neighbours, though between ourselves, Mr Mucklewheel, every man in a public trust should, for his own sake, further and promote the bestowing of public rewards on his predecessors; because looking forward to the time when he must himself become a predecessor, he should think how he would feel were he, like me, after a magistracy of near to fifty years, to sink into the humility of a private station, as if he had never been any thing in the world.
51. And seeing that they, according to the condition of their own nature, were not sufficient to endure forever (diame>nein ajei<), bestowing His grace upon them in addition, He did not simply create the human race, as He did all the irrational animals upon earth, but He formed them according to His own Image, bestowing on them also the endowment of His own Reason; so that, as it were, possessing certain shadows of the Logos and becoming rational, they might be able to continue (diame>nein) in blessedness, living the true life of saints in Paradise.
52. I heard afterwards the mamma of the interesting child, deeply touched, beg Yulian Mastakovitch, in carefully chosen phrases, to do her the special honour of bestowing upon them the precious gift of his acquaintance, and heard with what unaffected delight Yulian Mastakovitch accepted the invitation, and how afterwards the guests, dispersing in different directions, moving away with the greatest propriety, poured out to one another the most touchingly flattering comments upon the contractor, his wife, his little girl, and, above all, upon Yulian Mastakovitch.
53. From him it was I first learned, to any purpose, and not without infinite pleasure, that I had such a portion of me worth bestowing some regard on; from him I received my first essential encouragement, and instructions how to put it in that train of cultivation, which I have since pushed to the little degree of improvement you see it at; he it was, who first taught me to be sensible that the pleasures of the mind were superior to those of the body; at the same time, that they were so far from obnoxious to, or, incompatible with each other, that, besides the sweetness in the variety and transition, the one served to exalt and perfect the taste of the other, to a degree that the senses alone can never arrive at.
54. Since men cannot receive the gospel until they become 'spiritual,’ how can they be accountable for its non-reception if destitute of the spiritual faculty? Is it not easier to understand that the enervated 'spirit’ is supernaturally energised by the Holy Spirit—so that a spiritual life is produced, which is called pneu~ma—than it is to conceive of the fall as involving the loss of one part of man's nature, or of redemption as bestowing a wholly new element of being? Without dogmatising on a subject, which certainly has two sides, perhaps the most considerable alleviation of the difficulty will be found in the suggestion above made, that by spirit, as produced in the twice-born man by the Spirit of God, our Lord intended the spiritual and eternal life secured by the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, not the addition of a wholly new faculty to the humanity.
55. Yet curses on his fate bestowing,.
1. He bestowed on us before time.
2. Bestowed with the ability to choose.
3. Some are bestowed with the gift of.
4. Man has been bestowed with intellect.
5. All the tools have been bestowed on.
6. Kisses were lavishly bestowed on her.
7. On lands bestowed upon him by Batory;.
8. Ascension blessing that Christ bestowed.
9. As for the barber, he bestowed on him a.
10. I sent you to reap that whereon ye bestowed.
11. Methuselah bestowed information on Epimenides.
12. It was Punchinello who bestowed it on the cat.
13. I sent you to reap that whereon ye bestowed no.
14. WHAT MANNER OF LOVE THE FATHER HAS BESTOWED ON.
15. He bestowed his blessing, and they blessed him.
16. What a way to celebrate another year bestowed!.
17. A vision shall be bestowed by the Gifted of all.
18. She bestowed a grave smile on the two carriages.
19. You have powers not bestowed on the average human.
20. Every officer quarters was bestowed with a limited.
21. Through the concepts God has bestowed on you, you.
22. All of us have been bestowed the gift of free will i.
23. The mother earth bestowed it all the nutrition of life.
24. The ruts of the road had bestowed on the wheels, the.
25. And three years later that honor was bestowed for life.
26. Jesus has bestowed upon us such abundant grace, to be.
27. NATURE; but it is bestowed according to the grace of God.
28. These were the only two kisses which he had bestowed in.
29. She deserved a servant for what she had bestowed on him.
30. Good news? The two bestowed her with a puzzled look.
31. Jeremiah said, The first of many curses bestowed upon.
32. It is just that some recompense should be bestowed on you.
33. You have bestowed on us, your true believers and children.
34. And therefore he who shall preserve the life bestowed on.
35. This is similar to God’s love bestowed upon through grace.
36. I was forever indebted to the Heroes and the Fate bestowed.
37. As Christ prepared to return to the Father, He bestowed His.
38. A most gracious welcome and unusual smile were bestowed on M.
39. Would that I could break all the confidences bestowed on me.
40. The spirit was bestowed in the country as well as in the city.
41. Gladly would I have bestowed either of my own daughters on him.
42. The Father’s blessing is bestowed upon us, in the infilling.
43. I was in rags, generously bestowed upon me one of his own coats.
44. Germany bestowed the homestead to the oldest child, subject to.
45. The greatest boon that can be bestowed on man is to be worryless.
46. It is a way of thanksgiving to God for whatever he bestowed to us.
47. My reason must be convinced, before my confidence can be bestowed.
48. They say, Science and art have bestowed a great deal on mankind.
49. Thus I betrayed my king and I betrayed the trust he bestowed on me.
50. He bestowed his hearty approbation however on their species of house.
51. The spirit may be recognized as the life principle bestowed on man.
52. The bestowed spirit of the Universal Father -- the Thought Adjusters.
53. His gifts of grace and mercy are bestowed unconditionally on those He.
54. The gifts I bestowed when first we met were given to save my daughter.
55. He cherished the kindness that his old friend bestowed upon his beloved.
56. And therefore he who shall preserve the life bestowed on him, and give.
57. He washed her with the same care and tenderness he bestowed on his horses.
58. The way of those on whom Thou has bestowed thy Grace, those whose portion.
59. So this mere mortal couldn't have done that… I must have bestowed my.
60. At this word she bestowed on her daughter a passionate kiss, which woke her.
61. Vine said, The spirit may be recognized as the life principle bestowed on.
62. It was, he decided, the greatest honor which had ever been bestowed upon him.
63. She bestowed fat pears neatly, head by tail, and among them ripe shamefaced.
64. I am afraid of you, lest by any means I have bestowed labor upon you in vain.
65. Herr Dremmel bestowed a second abstracted kiss somewhere on his mother's head.
66. It was the highest civilian award in the United States to be bestowed by the.
67. Javert bestowed a respectful salute on the mayor, whose back was turned to him.
68. He took her head in his hands, and bestowed a solemn kiss of pardon on her brow.
69. He refused the cross; he bestowed sous on all the little scamps he came across.
70. Anyhow, one of the girls who works the late shift, Shirley, she who bestowed the.
71. It is true the amount of individuality bestowed upon Don Quixote is not very great.
72. Anne could not recall the last time someone had bestowed such a kind blessing as a.
73. And I have bestowed upon you love from Me, so that you may be reared before My eye.
74. I bestowed little attention on her proceedings, but, presently, I heard her begin:.
75. But I have made up my mind and I protest by all the powers bestowed on me by nature.
76. He bestowed on the men the name of their province: Nimois, Comtois, Poitevin, Picard.
77. We have lost the wisdom bestowed upon us by four billion years of genetic experience.
78. I tried to give back the good fortunes that had been bestowed upon me, but I was also.
79. Here, I thought, is one of those whose joy-imparting smiles are bestowed on all but me.
80. Her own subconscious could not endure all the unearned honor that was bestowed upon her.
81. Now Pat, if you will, acknowledge the Board and the honor they have bestowed upon you.
82. What he wanted to They had begged for favors and if it pleased her, she had bestowed them.
83. Remember that whenever a problem arises, you have already been bestowed with its solution.
84. That they have bestowed on the resolution that full consideration to which it was entitled.
85. Disposing these articles about him in skilful manner, he bestowed a parting defiance on Mrs.
86. It one of my very precious possessions bestowed upon me by a dear friend before his passing.
87. It appeared that there was some form of another curse that had been bestowed upon the Well.
88. Great Authority–Unmatched power and prestige bestowed and/or permitted by those who follow.
89. Pardon and renewal of the Divine likeness, if bestowed, must be supra-legal and supernatural.
90. The Alabama doctors declared it a huge reptile, and bestowed upon it the name of Basilosaurus.
91. But instead of following up on that gesture, the man took her hand and bestowed it with a kiss.
92. True, later on, Jesus did attach a new and significant import to this lightly bestowed nickname.
93. She was pretty enough and the attention she bestowed upon him was more than he had ever received.
94. Let us apply the first indication to those for whose welfare the activity of statesmen is bestowed.
95. And you, my friend, along with Bob Windowmaker, have been bestowed with that role, like it or not.
96. Believe your pastor: a husband is useful; you are bound to preserve what God has bestowed upon you.
97. Eiess cast him out of her castle and took back all the prizes she had previously bestowed upon him.
98. Yabba? Me? said Johnny, feeling as though he had been bestowed some greatly significant title.
99. Half the world’s population or three thousand years, those are the true burdens bestowed upon you.
100. In Al-An'am Sura, God says: "Those men whom We bestowed upon: the Book, wisdom, and prophet hood…".
1. It bestows misery and bad luck.
2. God bestows the new birth on those to.
3. And loves that fame which kindred worth bestows.
4. He bestows His blessing because we are in His Son.
5. It is Maya who bestows upon us the miraculous and.
6. That is the grace of God; He bestows it on whomever He wills.
7. He bestows upon the devotees, whoever think of him and adore.
8. Almighty is so compassionate and magnanimous that he bestows on.
9. Christ the Second Man bestows far more than was lost by the First.
10. He resolves all tongues into his own and bestows it upon men, and.
11. He bestows on every object or quality its fit proportion, neither.
12. But the other higher kalp, which bestows refinement on the Soul, is fash-.
13. Love is ornamentation; it bestows distinction and pride upon its followers.
14. Samyama on word, meaning and knowledge bestows knowledge of all animal sounds.
15. The artistic process bestows its benefits not only via the reception of the medium, but.
16. All these and much more are the bonus and incentive that nature bestows upon older couples.
17. Indeed that notion seems to deserve little else than the scorn which Locke bestows upon it.
18. Indeed, that notion seems to deserve little else than the scorn, which Locke bestows upon it.
19. In one of them, God says, …if He bestows on you a favor, none can withhold His bounty….
20. The signification, then, of the Life which Christ bestows is determined by the history of the Bible.
21. Of course, the only real advantage power bestows is many chances to get away with being a total dick.
22. She gives Charleston the same adjective that New York kindly bestows on Philadelphia—the word slow.
23. And the rich man in like manner unhesitatingly bestows on the poor man the riches which he received from the Lord.
24. Christ bestows on His servants life in all its 'shades of significance’—including the lowest as well as the highest.
25. The holy Prophet (cpth) said: (Love God for that He bestows upon you His bounties and bestowals and love me because God loves me).
26. The short accent of OM burns all sins, the long accent gives Moksha, and the elongated accent bestows all psychic powers (Siddhis).
27. Real strength never impairs beauty or harmony, but it often bestows it; and in everything imposingly beautiful, strength has much to do with the magic.
28. When that is off we shall see how he regards the fair maid whose heart he cannot win, though her stern father bestows her hand, returned the troubadour.
29. It is Maya who bestows upon us the miraculous and life-giving power to see what‘s not and to not see what is………Maya is the structural integrity of Ego……….
30. Say, "Have you considered? Should God make me perish, and those with me; or else He bestows His mercy on us; who will protect the disbelievers from an agonizing torment?".
31. But he who rejects it, and proves unthankful to his Maker for creating him, and will not know Him who bestows it, he derives himself of the gift of duration to all eternity.
32. You rest in the warm bosom of the Mother of the world, Rajesvari, who lovingly bestows upon you peace, refreshing vigour and strength to face the ensuing battle of daily life.
33. The Lord bestows on you life and you do not understand for your sins were heavy; but if you had not suffered for the name of the Lord you would have died to God on account of your sins.
34. You have been very near me, and while I love you all with the same love which a father bestows upon his sons, you were designated by Andrew as one of the three who should always be near me.
35. All that could be distinguished of his face, beneath his cap, which was well pulled down, assumed a vague appearance of comfort, mingled with that other poignant aspect which habitual suffering bestows.
36. This Kumbhaka cures all diseases, bestows longevity of life and awakens the Kundalini-Sakti, which passes through the hollow Sushumna-Nadi to the crown of the head, after piercing one Chakra after another.
37. After a life of love, an eternity of love is, in fact, an augmentation; but to increase in intensity even the ineffable felicity which love bestows on the soul even in this world, is impossible, even to God.
38. Little they cared what anybody thought, for they were enjoying the happy hour that seldom comes but once in any life, the magical moment which bestows youth on the old, beauty on the plain, wealth on the poor, and gives human hearts a foretaste of heaven.
39. For life is not from us ourselves, or from our nature, but it is given or bestowed according to the grace of God; and therefore he who preserves this gift of life and returns thanks to Him who bestows it, he shall receive "length of days" forever and ever.
40. Here were not, as in other tombs, ignoble drawers, one above another, where thrift bestows its dead and labels them like specimens in a museum; all that was visible within the bronze gates was a gloomy-looking room, separated by a wall from the vault itself.
41. They think it a small matter if they neglect to give thanks when the Father bestows healing upon them, but the strangers, when they receive gifts from the head of the house, are filled with wonder and are constrained to give thanks in recognition of the good things bestowed upon them.
42. And this man, who has injured hundreds or thousands of human beings, who owe it to him that they have lost their belief in goodness and their faith in God, goes to church with a benevolent smile, listens to the Bible, makes liberal speeches, caresses his children, bestows moral lessons upon them, for their edification, and grows sentimental over imaginary suffering.
43. But when the rich man refreshes the poor and assists him in his necessities believing that what he does to the poor man will be able to find its reward with God-because the poor man is rich in intercession and confession and his intercession has great power with God-then the rich man helps the poor in all things without hesitation; and the poor man being helped by the rich intercedes for him giving thanks to God for him who bestows gifts on him.
44. Won’t a push with praise and prod with a gift bring the babes to bare their boobs? And aren’t women blessed with a weakness for successful men? How money bestows status upon men and brings power over women! Won’t that enable the well-heeled to pick up their fancied women, that too at the drop of a hat! Well, haven’t I tasted the amorous flavors of countless randies in assorted ways? It’s as though every lass is ready for a lay, of course, on the sly.
45. To have continually at one's side a woman, a daughter, a sister, a charming being, who is there because you need her and because she cannot do without you; to know that we are indispensable to a person who is necessary to us; to be able to incessantly measure one's affection by the amount of her presence which she bestows on us, and to say to ourselves, "Since she consecrates the whole of her time to me, it is because I possess the whole of her heart"; to behold her thought in lieu of her face; to be able to verify the fidelity of.
46. In belief of the good reception and honours that Your Excellency bestows on all sort of books, as prince so inclined to favor good arts, chiefly those who by their nobleness do not submit to the service and bribery of the vulgar, I have determined bringing to light The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of la Mancha, in shelter of Your Excellency's glamorous name, to whom, with the obeisance I owe to such grandeur, I pray to receive it agreeably under his protection, so that in this shadow, though deprived of that precious ornament of elegance and erudition that clothe the works composed in the houses of those who know, it dares appear with assurance in the judgment of some who, trespassing the bounds of their own.
47. And like the jewel that bestows al wishes,.

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