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  1. He was sorry to be the cause of this new dissension.
  2. Perhaps the stories of dissension between the two of you are true?
  3. This, of course, created dissension within the household with his brothers.
  4. He is a felon that aims to cause damage, aggression, dissension and rancor.
  5. In all this I see a too hasty desire to slander me and to raise dissension between us.

  6. Not willing to risk dissension among his warriors, he relented partly after a hesitation.
  7. But I regret to say that even at that time there was beginning to be dissension among them.
  8. I bring news from the west of war and dissension amongst the nobles, Kelderath continued.
  9. They do not know that it is dissension which I have come to place on the Earth: fire sword and war.
  10. The question of whether or not to serve alcohol at your wedding is one that can cause dissension in the ranks of family.
  11. By demanding all kinds of political alternatives it is the intelligentsia who foment dissension, and, ultimately, revolution.
  12. He added that there had been some dissension when the need to move had been announced, but in the end, the tribe had gone on as ordered.
  13. All those reports are supposed to stir up dissension against Abnegation, he says, his eyes focused on the city beyond the train car.
  14. For a long while she could hardly believe that their dissension had arisen from a conversation so inoffensive, of so little moment to either.
  15. When Andrey Antonovitch had entered upon married life, he had never conceived the possibility of conjugal strife, or dissension in the future.

  16. In these cases he always felt an inner dissension and dissatisfaction, and wavered whether to ask the favour or not, and always resolved to ask.
  17. After the hussars had come to the village and Rostov had gone to see the princess, a certain confusion and dissension had arisen among the crowd.
  18. After the hussars had come to the village and Rostóv had gone to see the princess, a certain confusion and dissension had arisen among the crowd.
  19. In the reverend Father Zossima's cell he was carried away by the unhappy dissension with his son, and let fall words which were quite out of keeping.
  20. You wrote this to make dissension between me and my family, and for that object added coarse expressions about the conduct of a girl whom you don't know.
  21. When a great interest is equally diffused over the whole mass, it may be neglected or oppressed or even abandoned, with less hazard of internal dissension.
  22. You wrote this to make dissension between me and my family, and for that object added coarse expressions about the conduct of a girl whom you don’t know.
  23. There had been sharp dissension among the early settlers over the use of technology that had led to a fracturing of loyalties, which had ultimately led to war.
  24. They would so change the whole structure of Southern society, and unify its various elements, that the causes of dissension that now exist would exist no longer.
  25. These scribes and Pharisees urged Herod to arrest Jesus; they did their best to convince him that Jesus was stirring up the populace to dissension and even to rebellion.

  26. As then, we can do anything to one another that does not get us caught by The Lord or his inspectors for causing dissension, slowing production, or reducing the effectiveness of the army.
  27. Wherever it extended its influence, dissension commenced; wherever it placed its foot it became absolutely necessary for the States to erect another bank to counterbalance its pecuniary and political influence.
  28. When he had thus long reasoned the matter, they laid hold on him, accused him, and condemned him into exile, not as a despiser of religion, but as a seditious person and a raiser up of dissension among the people').
  29. Such a man lives working at his work, or enjoying his amusements, spending the fruits of his labors on himself or on those near to him, and, like everyone, hating every kind of restriction and deprivation, dissension and suffering.
  30. We found that Zarkog would allow us our schemes, and that we could get away with almost anything, so long as it caused no open dissension, did not cause a decrease in production, and did not reduce the military capabilities of the army.
  31. Some of the sons quoted in the article said that the dissension frequently spills into social occasions, which the father cannot divorce from the place of work, and that the mothers are upset, wives are ready for a divorce, and children are neglected.
  32. And it's no wonder that instead of gaining freedom they have sunk into slavery, and instead of serving the cause of brotherly love and the union of humanity have fallen, on the contrary, into dissension and isolation, as my mysterious visitor and teacher said to me in my youth.
  33. So, if we have two groups of people holding two different beliefs and having the same Book as basis for their beliefs, how does one tell right from wrong? Could it be that both are right, or both are wrong? One chapter in the Bible that probably causes most of the dissension between Christians and Jews is Isaiah 53, which is considered by many to be the high ground in the Old Testament.
  34. Of this I am certain, however, that when the dissension of this day is passed away, when party spirit shall no longer prevent the people of the United States from looking at the principle assumed in it, independent of gross and deceptive attachments and antipathies, that the ground here defended will be acknowledged as a high constitutional bulwark, and that the principles here advanced will be appreciated.
  35. He said that referring to the Spirit which those who believed in him were to receive for the Spirit was not yet granted; and because Jesus had not yet been glorified; And many of the multitude that heard his words said This is in truth the prophet; And others said This is the Messiah; But others said Can it be that the Messiah will come from Galilee? has not the scripture said that from the seed of David and from Bethlehem the village of David the 7 Messiah comes? And there occurred a dissension in the multitude because of him.
  36. Indeed, the Holy Qur'an has come with the highest and most perfect level of demonstration, organization and legislation, and within the limits that the Almighty has accepted to mankind where man should not turn wholly to the lower life and let it absorb all his bodily, spiritual, and intellectual abilities, for the foundation of the religious society and the atmosphere which man should live in and which agrees with his beliefs is that whose civilized standard should not come to the level of complicating and consuming all man's powers for only his lower life, since reaching such level produces dissension, injustice, pain, and wretchedness, exactly as we see nowadays, and such standard of living is considered corruption and causes corrupting, contenting oneself with the present life, and turning away from the aim which man has been created for.

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