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  1. THE LITANY OF THE SAINTS.
  2. My litany only made things worse.
  3. I felt very _empty_ on the Litany.
  4. It was all part of the same litany.
  5. Except with the Litany, we had ten years.
  6. His sing-song voice kept up a constant litany of.
  7. An almost nonstop litany of the mad fight for power.
  8. But Schnottweiper waved away this litany of questions.
  9. But isn't Kipling--why, till I married I had only the Litany.
  10. A litany of personal facts is finding their way into the media.
  11. After the Rosary or on special occasions the litany may be said.
  12. How different it had all been from the litany of possibilities.
  13. They are nothing more than a litany of rising and falling Empires.
  14. The “Y” intercept or “alpha” component has a litany of its own.
  15. The old and colorful phrases of the litany with its fingers as possible.
  16. Alexandra went through a litany of reasons why he had not telephoned her.
  17. This was just the latest in a litany of stunts her mom was known to pull.
  18. He raised his cross in two hands and began his litany in clear, slow tones.
  19. The result is a 10,000-year litany of endless violence, hate, mistrust, and fear.
  20. Then raised the arms and began to recite it with the monotonous tone of a litany.
  21. Soon the moans that accompanied this sort of love's litany increased and increased.
  22. Howard-Smythe was sorting though a litany of items that needed to be taken care of.
  23. A litany of encrypted chanting was intoned by Crowley, and Hillenbrand was again.
  24. She tilted her head upwards as she chanted incoherently, and then ended her litany.
  25. A possible solution to this litany of problems is to have all drug and device clinical.
  26. This invocation, a litany in form, may have been suggested by the Orphic hymn to Apollo.
  27. When he had finished the Litany the deacon crossed the stole over his breast and said, ‘Let.
  28. And so much more: a half-forgotten litany of wrong-doings, of frustrations at his own inactions.
  29. They are only a litany of repeated past mistakes which have never been learned-from, or corrected.
  30. The professor began to say something confused and ceremonious which sounded like a prayer, a litany.
  31. Merely the litany of wars… the unending killing and hate that is English History, boggles the mind.
  32. Read Asian History: and you will find a long litany of atrocities, betrayals and killings and butchery.
  33. How different it had all been from the litany of possibilities his limited experience could have conjured up.
  34. John listened intently as Charlie spoke these words slowly, in a whisper, as though delivering some arcane litany.
  35. I brushed by them and heard their words of blessing and greeting like the endlessly repeating litany of a chorus.
  36. This endless litany of behavior is coldly recounted in all history books as if it was normal for that time-period.
  37. I always thank God that our time-honoured Prayer Book contains such a grand specimen of intercession as the Litany.
  38. Orb now had knowledge of Jason’s influence if not signature on most of the displays that referred to The Litany.
  39. Without interrupting his unconscious litany, Uncle Hobart grabbed the gear-stick and slammed the car into reverse gear.
  40. Soros includes among his litany of disaffection for America the idea that the war on terror is a false metaphor.
  41. She'll never want to see me again, he sourly noted as he listened to the litany within the room begin to rise in tempo.
  42. For she had acquired a habit, due to much repetition of the Litany, of regarding widowers as brittle, needing special care.
  43. Every scientist has an entire litany of assumptions and beliefs and myths in their sick souls about Nature and wild animals.
  44. My mother sat on the sofa and, as her tea grew cold, I listened to her litany of frustration and tried not to think about the time.
  45. Her pupils were programmed to chant these and other exercises like a litany the instant she barked the signal: the first word of a series.
  46. As Roric followed her down the hallway that lit up at their approach he repeated a litany of ‘Thank you God’ over and over in his head.
  47. I became weighed down in my mind as all the possible bad outcomes of this stage of the mission occurred to me in a repeating litany of bad news.
  48. When he had finished the Litany the deacon crossed the stole over his breast and said, Let us commit ourselves and our whole lives to Christ the Lord!.
  49. The NLUS has given its annual award to a litany of military luminaries who have exemplified the highest standards of the United States and the Navy League.
  50. It cost her a litany of pictured sorrows and of silent cries that she might be the mercy for those sorrows—but the resolved submission did come; and when the house.
  51. Greg foolishly defended his mother, causing Susan to fire off a litany of grievances that ended with Greg telling her to shut the fuck up or he’d knock her lights out.
  52. Despite a litany of administrative and technical difficulties that remain even to this day, concerns regarding corporate governance and securities regulation are overblown.
  53. A constant litany of ‘Praise God’ echoed over and over within the framework of her consciousness, as she methodically placed all of the discs on the robots that lay comatose.
  54. She suspected that human history, with its litany of wars and atrocities, could very well repulse the Koorivars and make them suspicious of her intents, or make them squarely hostile.
  55. She figured that it was a hard enough world out there as it was and that everyone needed somewhere they could go and not be on their guard, including the teachers, this was her litany.
  56. Standing at the first litany, Levin attempted to revive in himself his youthful recollections of the intense religious emotion he had passed through between the ages of sixteen and seventeen.
  57. Eleanor jolted back away from the wall of glass her hair frizzed up, as she shook her hand violently and fought to hold back an entire litany of curses to express the pain that she was feeling.
  58. Some analysts and commentators spread a litany of anti Yankee buts, sharpened slashes against the assaulted country and consoling and even cheering hand-clapping for the executors of such atrocity.
  59. They came, she knew, in the Prayer-book somewhere; was it in the Litany? No; but anyhow they were in that truthful book, the Book of Common Prayer, and they were--yes, that was it: _The great danger of child-birth.
  60. British charity Oxfam has recently reported a litany of weather-related complaints from small farmers around the world, including shorter, more violent rainy seasons and shrinking periods of more moderate temperatures.
  61. He had stood through the litany, the evening service and the midnight service, and the next day he got up earlier than usual, and without having tea went at eight o’clock in the morning to the church for the morning service and the confession.
  62. When he thought of Pop, sitting there hour after hour, day after day, watching the Cable News, with its litany of death and disaster, its obsession with terrorism, work-place and high school shootings; he guessed no one was immune from the paranoia.
  63. For the price of a few beers and a couple of hours of drinking, they were treated to a litany of the sailor’s exploits in addition to learning that they were members of the relief crew which would take over on the following Tuesday – the tenth!.
  64. The evening led not to a hotel room, as he’d secretly hoped, but to paying off the sitter and helping with homework and dealing with Cate’s litany of pre-bed complaints and reading her her story and dropping into sleep almost before their bodies hit the bed.
  65. In short, given any image at any angle of any suspected terrorist, CrackerJack could source a litany of identifying characteristics, be it an exposed mole or tattoo; the exact measurements between the suspect’s eyes, ears, nose, and mouth; or even a piece of jewelry.
  66. But in deference to unknown forces that seemed to be playing her like a chess piece, she gave in to the logic that keeping tabs on the countdown, by watching CNN’s ongoing litany of bad and sad tidings on a regular basis, would give her ample warning to do something or other.
  67. Somewhere in the back of Sara’s mind, as she listens to the litany of injuries – major blood loss, a broken leg, several cracked ribs, almost certainly internal bleeding and all that just for starters – she wonders if the policeman has any idea that she’s seventeen years old and a volunteer on her very first ever ambulance run and utterly clueless.
  68. The rituals of rowing, the specialized language of the sport, the details of technique that he was struggling to master, the wisdom of the coaches, even their litany of rules and the various taboos they proscribed—all seemed to Joe to give the world of the shell house a measure of stability and order that for a long time now the outside world had seemed to him to lack.
  69. They were there gathered together without distinction of social class (and a most edifying spectacle it was to see) in that simple fane beside the waves, after the storms of this weary world, kneeling before the feet of the immaculate, reciting the litany of Our Lady of Loreto, beseeching her to intercede for them, the old familiar words, holy Mary, holy virgin of virgins.
  70. The litany of abuses predicated in the name of free expression, or proxy ―decisions‖ made on behalf of others who are unable to make informed decisions, are understood by the hordes of mentally ill people roaming the streets, who should be otherwise institutionalized for their own safety, if not for the safety of our society, for that matter, who remain on the streets, unable to properly care for themselves, mandated by civil rights organizations fearful that their rights may be jeopardized, people otherwise incapable of making a rational assessment of their own condition; not to mention conferring legitimacy to sexual deviancy in all its varieties that many of us have casually resigned ourselves to as ―simply‖ alternative lifestyles or championing (equal) protection under the law, that, in some instances, should call for censorship, or implausible assumptions regarding the ―unborn,‖ (Abortion) remanding millions of innocents to an early grave, a convenience for women fretting over their figures or professional careers, abetted by spineless politicians, who for expediency sake, continue advancing legislation denying them (―unborn‖) their own inalienable right to choose, had they the means, or encouraging a culture of death (Euthanasia) for the convenience of (the) would-be custodians of the terminally ill or perhaps to (simply) reduce the increasing costs of Healthcare, or the legalization of drugs because that too is a convenient alternative for a number of individuals who have seemingly lost the will to rid our society of rampant drug abuse and therefore justify such (hare-brained) schemes from the vantage point of opportunity savings or reduced social costs, or movements to eliminate God from the public consciousness lest society be reminded of its sins or perhaps because many of us have (conveniently) chosen to become our own gods.
  71. That night, following his renunciation, as he was undressing for bed, he recited for Fermina Daza the bitter litany of his early morning insomnia, his sudden stabbing pains,.

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