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  1. But how did God enjoin that law? And why was the Son.
  2. Take to heart this words which I enjoin on you today.
  3. She stretched out her arm to enjoin silence about her, held.
  4. That he doubted the right of the committee to enjoin secrecy; 2d.
  5. This would enjoin us from consigning something sublime to History.

  6. Enjoin: A charge to put something in action; to join two things together.
  7. George slid a guinea into my hand, putting his finger to his mouth, to enjoin me.
  8. Once he begins to meditate meat and potatoes enjoin appear and new information intend.
  9. Every man can understand it, but to conceive it and enjoin it was possible only for God.
  10. And he used to enjoin on his people prayer and charity, and he was pleasing to his Lord.
  11. God says: …would He enjoin you to be unbelievers after you have surrendered yourselves to Him?!.
  12. Enjoin all who are able to act rightly not to cease well-doing; for to practise good works is useful to them.
  13. God says: …would he enjoin you to be unbelievers after you have surrendered yourselves to Al’lah?!.
  14. The fact that Jesus would always enjoin silence regarding his unusual acts made a great impression on this simple child of nature.
  15. He stood beside the bed, with his finger on his lips, as though there were some one in the chamber whom he must enjoin to silence.

  16. And I do, lastly, enjoin and require, that the Representatives of the several future counties, so as aforesaid to be elected, do convene in the town of St.
  17. But should any other person buy you such an estate, the shopkeeper will be much obliged to your benefactor if he would enjoin you to buy all your clothes at his shop.
  18. For if a man cannot govern himself in such matters how shall he enjoin them on others? If a man does not keep himself from covetousness he shall be defiled by idolatry and shall be judged as one of the heathen.
  19. Pedagogy is in the same condition in which a science would be that would teach how a man ought to walk; and people would try to discover rules about how to teach the children, how to enjoin them to contract this muscle, stretch that muscle, and so forth.
  20. Only continue humble and serve the Lord in all purity of heart you and your children and your house and walk in my commands which I enjoin upon you and your repentance will be deep and pure; and if you observe these things with your household every affliction will depart from you.
  21. But, I most particularly enjoin and direct that you do not make any use of this paper, unless a desire to that purpose should be expressed, and unless you see good ground for expecting that the doing so may lead to a more confidential communication than you can otherwise look for.
  22. This being so, the evil can only be remedied by effecting a change in the views now in vogue about falling in love and all that this term implies, by educating men and women at home through family influence and example, and abroad by means of healthy public opinion, to practice that abstinence which morality and Christianity alike enjoin.
  23. Said the Adjuster: I will, as you have directed, enjoin the employment of this attendant host of universe intelligences in any manner in connection with your earth career except in those cases where the Paradise Father directs me to release such agencies in order that his divine will of your choosing may be accomplished, and in those instances where you may engage in any choice or act of your divine-human will which shall only involve departures from the natural earth order as to time.
  24. And so saying he stood up and laid his hand on his sword, waiting to see what the Knight of the Grove would do, who in an equally calm voice said in reply, Pledges don't distress a good payer; he who has succeeded in vanquishing you once when transformed, Sir Don Quixote, may fairly hope to subdue you in your own proper shape; but as it is not becoming for knights to perform their feats of arms in the dark, like highwaymen and bullies, let us wait till daylight, that the sun may behold our deeds; and the conditions of our combat shall be that the vanquished shall be at the victor's disposal, to do all that he may enjoin, provided the injunction be such as shall be becoming a knight.
  25. And I do enjoin and require that these elections be holden by the sheriffs of the present districts, or in their absence, or inability to act, by the coroners respectively; that the said sheriffs or coroners shall take the polls of those qualified to vote; that the clerks of the courts of the present districts, or their deputies, shall respectively write down the names of the voters in a fair and legible manner, and that the presiding judges of the courts of the present districts respectively, or in case of absence, or inability to act, the next in commission shall attend, and be judges of the qualification of the voters; that the said elections shall be opened at the respective seats of justice aforesaid, at or before 9 o'clock in the morning of the said second Monday of November, and close at sunset of that day.

  1. Enjoining you to acts, characters, spectacles, with me.
  2. The noble companions had realized the value of this heavenly practice, and the Qur’anic verses frankly stress its enjoining, so it was impossible for them to neglect it.
  3. Scarlett winked slyly at Frank and, for all his distress at the bad news he had just heard, he smiled, knowing she was enjoining silence and making him one in a pleasant conspiracy.
  4. Unprecedented perplexity! For the last hour he had had two voices in his conscience, the one enjoining him to respect his father's testament, the other crying to him to rescue the prisoner.
  5. Fidel did not have to specify to Ranulf or the others to whom he was alluding to: the various churchmen in Toulouse had been rabidly condemning with harsh words the newcomers for days, telling their parishioners that the people of the Human Expansion were blasphemers, atheists and sorcerers of the worst kind and enjoining them to stay away from them.
  6. Speaker, are we to cause our rights to be respected? Is it by merely reviving the law of May last, as is the object of this amendment? Certainly this is not their meaning; for both these letters have reference to that law, as well as the proclamation of the President giving it effect, and to the circular of the Secretary of the Treasury, addressed to the collectors of the several ports, enjoining a strict execution of that law.
  7. The latter are for the most part positive, enjoining certain acts, by the performance of which men are to be justified and made righteous, whereas the Christian precepts (the precept of love is not a commandment in the strict sense of the word, but the expression of the very essence of the doctrine), the five commandments of the Sermon on the Mount, are all negative, only meant to show men who have reached a certain degree of development what they must avoid.
  8. But what is this amendment which re-enacts the law of May last, and such pitiful reasoning as I have heard on this occasion, but placing our seal to that infamous insinuation? The President, on the mere promise of the Minister of the Emperor, that the Berlin and Milan decrees should cease to operate on the first day of November, placed full faith and reliance on that promise, and issued his proclamation on the 2d, presuming the promise had been fulfilled—and, shall we say that the Emperor is justifiable in disbelieving the law of May last, solemnly enacted by the three branches of the Government and the President's proclamation, together with the Circular of the Secretary of the Treasury, enjoining the law to be carried into effect?
  1. Shut up, Pluto, Jillian enjoined.
  2. A holy fear is enjoined also in the.
  3. Once again she had been enjoined to silence.
  4. We have enjoined upon man kindness to his parents.
  5. Enjoined to keep my cabin, it being not safe to move about.
  6. Don't doubt the stories you've heard! Youssaf enjoined.
  7. All this He has enjoined upon you, so that you may understand.
  8. Verily, the prayer is enjoined on the believers at fixed hours.
  9. Don’t doubt the stories you’ve heard! Youssaf enjoined.
  10. Young men you all enjoined to think such things as be sober and grave.
  11. Heb: 9:20: Saying, This is the blood of the covenant which God hath enjoined unto you.
  12. I thoroughly enjoy Shakespeare's sonnets and plays, he enjoined enthusiastically.
  13. Humanity, then, is enjoined to learn this religion from its Provider and to follow it faithfully.
  14. We'd better try to cover as much ground as we can, Youssaf enjoined, while we still have.
  15. I have ne'er seen another, save the other members of his most remarkable family, enjoined Mr.
  16. Wherefore as laid down by statute I have been enjoined to strike him out from the book of students.
  17. But what did the ordinances mean to the Jew? It meant sacredness, it meant that God had enjoined them.
  18. This situation is ascribed to their negligence of a basic obligation which God enjoined us to observe.
  19. And in this manner was enjoined the abrogation of the law of God! I could scarcely believe that I had read aright.
  20. We’d better try to cover as much ground as we can, Youssaf enjoined, while we still have some light left.
  21. And that is the meaning of His saying: Though they were enjoined but to worship Al'lah and adopt His religion faithfully.
  22. And he understood that God has enjoined that each man shall before his death carry out his vow—with love and good deeds.
  23. And you see that not a single one of them repented although they heard the words which I spake to them which I enjoined on you.
  24. I feared the vengeance of the disappointed fiend, yet I was unable to overcome my repugnance to the task which was enjoined me.
  25. He did not think that the Christian law that he had been all his life trying to follow, enjoined on him to forgive and love his enemies; but a.
  26. And all officers, civil and military, under the authority of the United States, are hereby required and enjoined to be obedient to such warrant.
  27. The Master had instructed them to avoid unnecessary waste of time in social ceremonies, but he enjoined courtesy toward all with whom they should come in contact.
  28. In the place of negative compliance with ceremonial requirements, Jesus enjoined the positive doing of that which his new religion required of those who accepted it.
  29. The concern was that even though the Federation and the seceding entity were enjoined from attacking each other, either one could contract with a third party to do the work.
  30. He wished to find out whether the Hussars were numerous, whether they all slept in the same room, where they deposited their arms and horses, and enjoined the most absolute secrecy.
  31. When the nuns were present at services where their rule enjoined silence, the public was warned of their presence only by the folding seats of the stalls noisily rising and falling.
  32. Though they were enjoined only to worship Al’lah by adopting His Religion faithfully with an inclination of love towards Him, to perform communication, and to achieve purification.
  33. Though they were enjoined but to worship Al’lah by adopting His religion faithfully with inclination of love towards Him, to perform the communication and to achieve purification.
  34. It should be realized, however, that this preference is enjoined upon them because of the greater risk for them in other directions, and not because the most popular issues are necessarily the safest.
  35. He was perfectly prepared to assume the Inquisition and the Temple Loyalists had applied Langhorne’s Golden Rule to their enemies as the Writ enjoined and were prepared to have the same done unto them.
  36. He prescribed for you the same religion He enjoined upon Noah, and what We inspired to you, and what We enjoined upon Abraham, and Moses, and Jesus: You shall uphold the religion, and be not divided therein.
  37. And the six men commanded the builders all to withdraw a little distance and to rest but enjoined the virgins not to withdraw from the tower; and it seemed to me that the virgins had been left to guard the tower.
  38. It also has enjoined her to stay at home in order to perform her fruitful and valuable function, which is bringing up her children correctly, and preparing a healthy-bodied and sound-minded generation for the future.
  39. Never was there a more beautiful example of how the majesty of age and wisdom may comport with the obeisance and respect enjoined upon it, as from a lower social rank, and inferior order of endowment, towards a higher.
  40. Of the three precepts of Freemasonry Pierre realized that he did not fulfill the one which enjoined every Mason to set an example of moral life, and that of the seven virtues he lacked two- morality and the love of death.
  41. Of the three precepts of Freemasonry Pierre realized that he did not fulfill the one which enjoined every Mason to set an example of moral life, and that of the seven virtues he lacked two—morality and the love of death.
  42. On this failure of the President to do what the law enjoined on him to perform, as well as having issued his proclamation of November, 1810, without possessing the facts required by the law to support him, I make no comment.
  43. Dimmesdale's frame so feeble, while they were themselves so rugged in their infirmity, believed that he would go heavenward before them, and enjoined it upon their children, that their old bones should be buried close to their young pastor's holy grave.
  44. Jesus took Zebedee fully into his confidence regarding this Mediterranean journey, but he enjoined him to tell no man, not even his own flesh and blood, and Zebedee never did disclose his knowledge of Jesus' whereabouts during this long period of almost two years.
  45. For this reason, a real teacher, who knows the masses, no matter how sternly he is enjoined to teach the peasant children what is up and what down, and that two and three is five, not one real teacher, who knows the pupils with whom he has to deal, will be able to do that.
  46. Here and there aboard NGS Saint Frydhelm the more zealous members of her crew paused in the prayer and meditation the Holy Writ enjoined all faithful sons and daughters of Mother Church to dedicate to the well-being of their souls during that special and sanctified time of the night.
  47. He said that the laws heretofore made had proved in the Northern States, particularly in Massachusetts, abundantly sufficient to answer all the purposes of forming an efficient militia; but they have been followed up by State regulations which had been enjoined by penalties sufficiently severe.
  48. How, Ian found himself wondering, can I love the man but not his actions? Surely we can only know someone by their actions? Either I must love both action and man or hate them both? But Christ enjoined us to love everyone – so I must love their actions too! Fool! shouted his faithful conscience.
  49. Though they were enjoined but to worship Al’lah by adopting His religion faithfully with inclination of love towards Him,: so, Al’lah, alone, (glory to Him) is the Maker of religion as He is the Great Omniscient Creator; and only Him is the legislator for man and the Source of legislation.
  50. He says: ﴾When you have finished the Salat (congregational communication), verily, remember God standing, sitting down and lying down on your sides, but when you are free from danger, perform communication verily communication is enjoined on the believers at fixed hours﴿Surah 4, An-Nisaa, verse 103.
  51. What the manufacturer was prohibited to do, the farmer was in some measure enjoined to do ; to divide his capital between two different employments; to keep one part of it in his granaries and stack-yard, for supplying the occasional demands of the market, and to employ the other in the cultivation of his land.
  52. I enclose you an order from the Secretary of War to the commander of the troops of the United States to evacuate the country, when requested so to do by you, and to pay the same respect in future to your order in fulfilling the duties enjoined by the law, that he had been instructed to do to that of General Matthews.
  53. Doctor William Bruce, before his final separation from his family, on the occasion of his being ordered to the West-India station, had always declared that his son Archibald should never be educated for the medical profession; and finally enjoined such instruction upon his wife and friends, to whom the charge of the boy was committed.
  54. Is not all this true, Andres my son? Didst thou not mark with what authority I commanded him, and with what humility he promised to do all I enjoined, specified, and required of him? Answer without hesitation; tell these gentlemen what took place, that they may see that it is as great an advantage as I say to have knights-errant abroad.
  55. At other times in spite of maternal endearments or threats, I had with a child's caprice been accustomed to indulge my feelings of sorrow or anger by crying as much as I felt inclined; but on this occasion there was an intonation of such extreme terror in my mother's voice when she enjoined me to silence, that I ceased crying as soon as her command was given.
  56. Kutuzof strictly enjoined his generals not to drive the enemy to despair, and for Napoleon and the Old Guard in particular, from which he expected a most desperate resistance, he ordered them to faire des ponts d’or, reckoning that even if they survived cold and hunger they would be unable to pass the Beresina, where they would have to deal with three armies at once.
  57. In stating these facts, and in adhering to them, as my duty imperiously enjoined me to do, in order to repel the frequent charges of ill faith which have been made against His Majesty's Government, I could not imagine that offence would be taken at it by the American Government, as most certainly none could be intended on my part; and this view of the subject has been made known to Mr.
  58. In daily life the observation of the following rules is enjoined: to eat no meat nor drink no milk on certain days, to say Te Deums and Requiems on certain other days, to invite the priest to one's house on holidays and present him with money; to take from the church several times a year boards upon which are painted the images of the saints, and to carry them on towels through fields and houses.
  59. By the letter to General Matthews, which is enclosed, open for your perusal, you will fully comprehend the views of the Government respecting the late transaction; and, by the law, the former instructions to the General, and the late letter now forwarded, you will be made acquainted with the course of conduct which it is expected of you to pursue in future, in discharging the duties heretofore enjoined on him.
  60. What agonizing fondness did I feel for them! How did I cling to their dear forms, as sometimes they haunted even my waking hours, and persuade myself that they still lived! At such moments vengeance, that burned within me, died in my heart, and I pursued my path towards the destruction of the daemon more as a task enjoined by heaven, as the mechanical impulse of some power of which I was unconscious, than as the ardent desire of my soul.
  61. In discharge of those duties enjoined on the Governor of this Territory by an act of the Congress of the United States of America, approved the 4th of June, 1812, entitled "An act providing for the government of the Territory of Missouri," I have made the following arrangements, preparatory to the new organization of Government to be instituted by the said act, and which will commence its operation on the first Monday in December next; that is to say;.
  62. President: Before I proceed to perform the duties enjoined upon me as chairman of the committee who reported the resolution before you, permit me to express my regret that the consideration of a subject which justly excites so much sensibility should have been delayed, even only one day, on my account; and be assured, sir, that nothing less than an indisposition, sufficient to justify it, would have caused me to have been absent from my place yesterday.
  63. It was now for more than the middle span of our allotted years that he had passed through the thousand vicissitudes of existence and, being of a wary ascendancy and self a man of rare forecast, he had enjoined his heart to repress all motions of a rising choler and, by intercepting them with the readiest precaution, foster within his breast that plenitude of sufferance which base minds jeer at, rash judgers scorn and all find tolerable and but tolerable.
  64. Everybody, therefore, authorities and convicts alike, was in fear of what might happen; we of the nobles were thus quite down to the level of the other convicts; the only point we were favoured in was in regard to corporal punishment—but I think that we should have had even that inflicted on us had we done anything for which it was prescribed, for equality as to punishment was strictly enjoined or practised; what I mean is, that we were not wantonly, causelessly, mishandled like the other prisoners.
  65. But to my surprise and no small concern, Queequeg now gave me to understand, that he had been diligently consulting Yojo—the name of his black little god—and Yojo had told him two or three times over, and strongly insisted upon it everyway, that instead of our going together among the whaling-fleet in harbor, and in concert selecting our craft; instead of this, I say, Yojo earnestly enjoined that the selection of the ship should rest wholly with me, inasmuch as Yojo purposed befriending us; and, in order to do so, had already pitched upon a vessel, which, if left to myself, I, Ishmael, should infallibly light upon, for all the world as though it had turned out by chance; and in that vessel I must immediately ship myself, for the present irrespective of Queequeg.
  66. He asked himself severely what he had meant by this, "My object is attained!" He declared to himself that his life really had an object; but what object? To conceal his name? To deceive the police? Was it for so petty a thing that he had done all that he had done? Had he not another and a grand object, which was the true one—to save, not his person, but his soul; to become honest and good once more; to be a just man? Was it not that above all, that alone, which he had always desired, which the Bishop had enjoined upon him—to shut the door on his past? But he was not shutting it! great God! he was re-opening it by committing an infamous action! He was becoming a thief once more, and the most odious of thieves! He was robbing another of his existence, his life, his peace, his place in the sunshine.
  67. For who is there who anything of some significance has apprehended but is conscious that that exterior splendour may be the surface of a downwardtending lutulent reality or on the contrary anyone so is there unilluminated as not to perceive that as no nature's boon can contend against the bounty of increase so it behoves every most just citizen to become the exhortator and admonisher of his semblables and to tremble lest what had in the past been by the nation excellently commenced might be in the future not with similar excellence accomplished if an inverecund habit shall have gradually traduced the honourable by ancestors transmitted customs to that thither of profundity that that one was audacious excessively who would have the hardihood to rise affirming that no more odious offence can for anyone be than to oblivious neglect to consign that evangel simultaneously command and promise which on all mortals with prophecy of abundance or with diminution's menace that exalted of reiteratedly procreating function ever irrevocably enjoined?
  68. He had many other objections to this bill, among which were these: that, although it raised the embargo only in part, the permission to vessels to go out, would render the provision for a partial embargo nugatory; that, if the bill were to pass in its present shape, it was to be doubted whether any revenue officer of the United States would understand the duty enjoined on him by it; that a time only two days previous to the meeting of the next Congress was fixed upon as the day upon which the non-importation should go into operation, and thus the bill appeared to manifest a distrust of that Congress, who certainly would be more competent than the present Congress to decide on its propriety at that time; that a non-intercourse between these countries, would but compel our citizens to pay a double freight to and from the entrepôt, without producing any other effect than injuring our own citizens; that goods from these countries, although their importation were interdicted by law, would be introduced nevertheless; that the extent of the territory and seacoast of the United States was so great that all efforts to interdict the importation of goods must be ineffectual, for they would be introduced contrary to law; thus depriving the United States of the revenue which would be derived from them, if their importation were permitted by law.
  1. Which it enjoins.
  2. That is why Krishn enjoins him to re-.
  3. Thus the Gita also enjoins that Pranayama is nothing but the blending of t hought waves.
  4. Berlinski enjoins, Actually, social dominance and material resources are not quite to the point.
  5. With regard to the second commandment, against the worship of idols, the catechism enjoins the worship of images (p.
  6. Where He enjoins you to go out to all the world and teach and preach, He did not command the whole world to come to you.
  7. Tell them how the Apostle Paul enjoins us not "to forsake the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is" (Heb.
  8. With regard to the third commandment, the catechism enjoins the taking of oaths as the principal token of legitimate authority (p.
  9. Where, indeed, is the honour which the fifth commandment enjoins, if fathers and mothers are not obeyed cheerfully, willingly, and at once?
  10. Then, I said, no science or art considers or enjoins the interest of the stronger or superior, but only the interest of the subject and weaker?
  11. The Almighty addresses us through the tongue of His Prophet with imperative, like when He says: Al’lah enjoins justice, kindness and charity to one’s Kinder.
  12. Of course, their upbringing enjoins on them to live and die for the supposedly holy causes of Islam, and attendant to this maxim is the righteousness of aggression against all those perceived as antagonistic to their dogma.
  13. With regard to the first commandment, which enjoins the worship of God alone, the catechism inculcates the worship of saints and angels, to say nothing of the Mother of God and the three persons of the Trinity ("Special Catechism," pp.
  14. It enjoins him to be careful, and cut his work into as thin slices as possible, inasmuch as by so doing the business of boiling out the oil is much accelerated, and its quantity considerably increased, besides perhaps improving it in quality.
  15. Formerly syllables were senselessly learned by heart (that was bad); diametrically opposed to this, the new fashion enjoins us not to divide up into syllables at all, which is absolutely impossible in a long word, and which in reality is never done.
  16. Then, I said, Thrasymachus, there is no one in any rule who, in so far as he is a ruler, considers or enjoins what is for his own interest, but always what is for the interest of his subject or suitable to his art; to that he looks, and that alone he considers in everything which he says and does.
  17. But before you try to enter into the new light, should you not rather follow the light you already have? Moses gave you the law, yet how many of you honestly seek to fulfill its demands? Moses in this law enjoins you, saying, `You shall not kill'; notwithstanding this command some of you seek to kill the Son of Man.
  18. And he enjoins us to do so knowing that the most terrible cruelties, tortures, murders of men, from the Inquisitions and punishments and terrors of all the revolutions to the present bestialities of the anarchists and the massacres of them, have all proceeded from this, that men suppose that they know what people and the world need; knowing that at any given moment there are always two opposite parties, each of which asserts that it is necessary to use violence against the opposite party,—the men of state against the anarchists, the anarchists against the men of state; the English against the Americans, the Americans against the English; the English against the Germans; and so forth, in all possible combinations and permutations.

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