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1. They are used to impart.
2. And oft in whispers would impart.
3. With my spirit that I impart, I.
4. That is what such a being would impart.
5. No experiential basis with which to impart wisdom.
6. BELIEVE that it is undoubtedly God's purpose to impart.
7. M: Yes, the reality you impart to it by taking it to be real.

8. Others want to impart as much knowledge as time and money allows.
9. That is the timeless yog which I now impart to you, because you.
10. Let no parent squander the opportunity to impart happiness to children.
11. He had no words of comfort to impart, nothing of wisdom or understanding.
12. I am trying to impart to you the understanding of how the United States.
13. All she could impart was information, the action had to come from that side.
14. They don’t impart moral values or attempt to explain the universe?
15. Nothing rdlects more dearly the meanings we impart to the sexual act formen as.
16. Smith's face as he concentrated his thoughts into words and prepared to impart them.
17. Notice these verse and chapter numbers and the redundant symbolism they impart to the.
18. It is the Father of all who impart continuance forever and ever to those who are saved.
19. Pocock wanted the shell to have the fastest possible racing bottom he could impart to it.
20. And these tales, like the Rollo books, impart much valuable information to the uninitiated.
21. The two arks of the Bible impart the message that ancient wisdom was placed into specially.
22. Parables most often impart illustrations of good judgment and/or the weighing of ideas through.
23. Sometimes these tufts impart a rather brigandish expression to his otherwise solemn countenance.
24. He remembered a movie he’d seen years earlier and decided to use this wisdom to impart on Stu.
25. Blow–To cause to move in a specific direction or way, hence to impart a primary motivation to.
26. Now deceased, the best clinicians in the world have tried to capture and impart his skills to others.
27. Christianity further used these embellished Hebrew texts as the basis for its own deceptions; to impart.
28. The red and gold shirts were enjoying a modest success, due impart to their surprise, simultaneous attack.
29. Many of these financial service credentials are pure window dressing and do not impart a fiduciary duty.
30. That word impart means to transfer, or to put into someone's life, to bring into them something which they need.
31. It would be hard to suggest anything that could be read in five minutes that would impart so much to think about.
32. Paul has spoken, and he said: I really long to come to you, that I might impart to you some spiritual gift.
33. So in other words we will eat the fruit of the words we speak, and the words we speak can impart something to us.
34. It is part of the beauty shop's trade to impart such information--at least of a beauty shop in this neighbourhood.
35. Jesus, through the Holy Spirit, can now start to impart His thoughts and His ways of thinking direct into our minds.
36. Fresh green chillies whole--4 (Whole chillies only impart a lovely flavor to the cuisine and will NOT make it spicy).
37. Alpatych, mastering his offended feelings, kept pace with Rostov at a gliding gait and continued to impart his views.
38. It is enough that you have an overview of what you will impart to the interviewer, and it is better to be spontaneous.
39. O wonderful son, that can so astonish a mother! But is there no sequel at the heels of this mother's admiration? Impart.
40. Alpátych, mastering his offended feelings, kept pace with Rostóv at a gliding gait and continued to impart his views.
41. Some of the best wisdom parents can impart to their children is to teach personal responsibility and tolerance of others.
42. He would pat, but he would not impart wisdom; and the longer he patted the more perfect did his serenity seem to become.
43. Now notice this: he said speak words that are good for edifying - notice this - that they may impart grace to the hearers.
44. Lawrence Spelman took advantage of their shared quarters to discuss with Harry certain things he had been wishing to impart.
45. And to note that, poetry should by all means be used constructively to impart positivity into the lives of all poem lovers.
46. Likewise, mindless preoccupation with artha might help man accumulate wealth but it would hardly impart richness to his life.
47. It is far more easy to catch a chill than to impart a glow; and to make each other's religion dwindle away, than grow and prosper.
48. It is a reminder that deception always has a degree of truth and attraction to it, but in the end deception can never impart life.
49. The three of them had immediately donned their uniforms in order to help impart a measure of authority to what they were about to do.
50. As you repeat this visualization and impart strong feelings to it, you fool your subconscious mind into believing that this is reality.
51. Embrace God’s thoughts with delight and expectation; so that He may impart in you creative wealth to release to countless generations.
52. Electrons and nucleons (by their properties and dynamics of their Creative Activity) impart definite properties and Intentions to atoms.
53. Beth had a rapture with her mother, and then rushed up to impart the glorious news to her family of invalids, as the girls were not home.
54. It is very easy to read the term 'soul' or 'spirit' in the English Bible and impart modern western philosophical beliefs into the terms.
55. And who can judge -- perhaps this spirit may have something to impart to this generation which other generations have refused to hear?
56. Let no corrupt word proceed out of your mouth, but what is good for necessary edification, that it may impart grace to the hearers.
57. Camilla laughed to herself, sure that Maria would draw the line at a six am wake-up call, no matter how juicy a tit-bit she had to impart.
58. As He did so I would sense His loving flowing through my being, and then He would often impart revelations into my heart during this time.
59. At the first opportunity I will impart this idea to some statesman and at the same time to the political writers on our Petersburg dailies.
60. It is but natural that the urge to grow and the need to split would have impacted on the plunamic memory to impart a sense of separation to it.
61. His eyes settled over the still snoring Doody, as if the sleeping man's mouth might all at once open and impart some of his wisdom on the subject.
62. 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.
63. On the other hand, sitting on the edge of your chair can impart a message that you are a little nervous and that you feel uneasy with the situation.
64. But I need not enlarge further, for to do so would require a story to itself, and entail a colouring which I am loth to impart to the present narrative.
65. Lukashka, vainly striving to impart a sedate expression to his merry face, sat down with his elbows on his knees beside Olenin and whittled away at a stick.
66. All came forth, to move in procession before the people's eye, and thus impart a needed dignity to the simple framework of a government so newly constructed.
67. When he glances round, desperate to see if she has any wisdom she can impart, the First Elder is running in the other direction, away from the tree of death.
68. Others might wish to add further levels of description and more dialogue which would slow things down further but would impart more information to the reader.
69. Such procedures impart additivity properties to delta and vega, which allows for the calculation of risk indicators for the whole portfolio as a single entity.
70. The old men had thirty years of mutual confidences to impart, and set busily at it, the parrot waddling the monotonous round of his cage overhead and rasping:.
71. He was a part of a community of believers; and there came a time when they laid hands on him, to impart to him, and activate him in the call of God in his life.
72. Half of the adventure was completed; it only remained to impart a new direction to the theft, and to cause it to take a short trip in the direction of the poor.
73. He related stories of gangs, fights, stolen cars and the hijacking of a truck, as he tried to impart a sense of how it had been, growing up as Boston ‘Southies’.
74. Hawkeye and his three companions withdrew a few paces to a shelter, and awaited the issue with calmness that nothing but great practise could impart in such a scene.
75. The spirits of the scout, and the astonishing success of the chase, in which a circuitous distance of more than forty miles had been passed, did not fail to impart a.
76. It shapes and regulates them, and I suspect the reason is to impart a spin to the entire rocket, the way rifling grooves spin and stabilize a bullet or an artillery shell.
77. As to the mouth, it delights at times in laughter; it is disposed to impart all that the brain conceives; though I daresay it would be silent on much the heart experiences.
78. He was the only full blooded Brazilian in this household, but he used his immense wealth to impart a bit of the style of his homeland in the timbers, the stucco and the tile.
79. I would impart to them wisdom that’s been passed down through the ages by those souls who’ve lived as couples before, knowing that two hearts are truly stronger than one.
80. Nick knew his cousin had already guessed what he was about to impart, but he wanted to make sure Joel was positioned close to the dark haired woman, when he said his piece to her.
81. But, by each hit of the bell with my hand I impart energy to the bell housing and it will use that energy in accordance with the laws of mechanics to resonate at its hum frequency.
82. He rubs against each of us in turn, purring the most satisfied purr—if we could but fully understand the dialect he speaks!—as if he would impart to us something truly important.
83. Pressures of the times have brought in pressure cookers, and it’s lost on the housewife that as nature takes its own time to deliver, cooking needs time to impart taste to the food.
84. And this need is supplied by that peculiar capacity of the race for producing men able to impart a new significance to human life,—a significance developing a different set of activities.
85. So the words we speak can be words of death, they can impart destruction into people's lives, see? Suppose I got totally drunk on booze, and had a sword and start swinging the sword around.
86. The State of the Union address gives the president the opportunity to impart to Congress the important information he has gleaned, along with suggestions for the advancement of the country.
87. There was, perhaps, a fortunate disorder in his utterance, which failed to impart any distinct idea to the good widow's comprehension, or which Providence interpreted after a method of its own.
88. She should ask him about the little battle training he and Talus might have managed to impart to the people in spite of the sense of failure she had already gleaned from him, but she could not.
89. And invariably would he tell these distressed mortals about the love of God and impart the information, by various and sundry methods, that they were the children of this loving Father in heaven.
90. The gravity sails of the KOSTROMA were only powerful enough to impart to the ship, when at full load, an acceleration of less than two meters per second square, making it look slow and ponderous.
91. I’d like to impart a blessing upon all of you before you go and then I’d like to personally say goodbye to each and every one of you before you go as I have things to say to each of you personally.
92. Furthermore, he takes pride in continuing to impart to today’s youth through his teaching, the linguistic wealth of his adored Spain and the admirable fertility of its unfading and delectable culture.
93. Actually, once the Holy Spirit starts to transmit and impart His divine love into you, it will then become much easier for you to be able to love others in the way God wants you to be able to love them.
94. You have not failed! The witness we give to others is not measured by their willingness to accept what we tell them, but rather by how faithful we have been to impart what truths have been revealed to us.
95. To the statesmen I will impart my projects; to the poet I will speak in rhyme; with the ladies I can be amusing and charming without impropriety, since I shall be no danger to their husbands' peace of mind.
96. He long pondered this talk in the depths of his soul, but he told no man concerning this conference until after Jesus' ascension; and even then he feared to impart the full story of the Master's instruction.
97. What will happen in this third step is that God the Father will then start to impart His peace, His love, His joy, His kindness, His patience, and His perseverance into your personality through the Holy Spirit.
98. Friends turn their backs upon them and load them with reproaches, but they seem to harbor no feeling of resentment—only longing to impart to their persecutors the same blessing they have found for themselves.
99. Sir, you can; the marquis of Montcalm has, in addition to his other civilities, invited me to a personal interview between the works and his own camp; in order, as he says, to impart some additional information.
100. Is not the world better off owing to the penchant of the Christian missionaries in setting up schools to impart secular education and build hospitals to provide health care in every nook and corner of the globe?

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