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1. I didn't pronounce a word.
2. No matter, I do pronounce it.
3. Andrew could pronounce the name.
4. I now pronounce you man and wife.
5. He could not manage to pronounce his Ds.
6. Do you pronounce it higher or lower than.
7. You cannot pronounce the real name of my.
8. How to pronounce the characters correctly.
9. It's just that over we pronounce it, clark.
10. It should be easy to interpret and pronounce.
11. There was no way I could pronounce that name.
12. If you feel it is difficult to pronounce the.
13. It is a bad moment to pronounce the word love.
14. Personally, I should pronounce for allosaurus.
15. Someday she would learn to pronounce that name.
16. Therefore, we pronounce the following sentence.
17. Distant and exotic with hard to pronounce names.
18. When I finished, he didn't pronounce a single word.
19. She could barely get enough breath to pronounce it.
20. She said the Polish beer that I couldn’t pronounce.
21. As long as I live I will pronounce myself as her man.
22. That way you can pronounce the rivers, he replied.
23. If you are wondering how to pronounce this word –.
24. Ang, I can’t pronounce her name, is holding her own.
25. But who can pronounce Procrustes? Bad for business.
26. She can read Virnrayan, but she can’t pronounce it.
27. I couldn’t pronounce the tongue-twister names of the.
28. You pronounce that word higher or lower than one before.
29. The bravest hesitated to pronounce his own condemnation.
30. Aksénov wanted to answer, but could not pronounce a word.
31. Why then do they pronounce the Name of Al’lah over it?
32. Peet one would pronounce here which is the closest.
33. He swallowed two times and managed to pronounce his words.
34. The minister was saying, I now pronounce you man and wife.
35. I could ask him perhaps about how to pronounce that voglio.
36. It is in his name that I pronounce you Space Flight Cadets.
37. You can, at will, pronounce O and P or Orestes and Pylades.
38. Out of habit I waited for him to pronounce his daily phrase.
39. I pronounce the name with all /ah/ sounds, with accents of.
40. We will then come to our decision and pronounce our judgment.
41. When we pronounce the words, we have to read with the tongue.
42. Subvocalization is the tendency to pronounce words as they are read.
43. He said “salve” instead of “zalwe” as I would pronounce it.
44. Is Neil coming? She tried to pronounce these words as if Neil.
45. Kenneth was perplexed to pronounce of what disorder the master died.
46. By the power invested in me, I now pronounce you husband and wife.
47. English — and Americans not so long ago — used to pronounce the.
48. They were accustomed merely to pronounce a wish to have it gratified.
49. And for the past I pronounce what the air holds of the red aborigines.
50. Well, look at it now, and pronounce it in your best guttural Celtic.
51. I don’t even know how to pronounce that properly, but fuck them anyway.
52. Let all present bear witness, for I now pronounce you husband and wife.
53. Sometime after that, an angel will fly overhead to pronounce the next three.
54. When you want to eat fruit or drink water, you should pronounce the Name of God.
55. What we call the present escapes more quickly then we can pronounce its name.
56. It is curious that children suffer so much at having to pronounce their own names.
57. Lyon explained that, in his opinion, her last name was too difficult to pronounce.
58. Judge Arnold said, By the laws of this state, I now pronounce you husband and wife.
59. Americans rarely bother to learn how to pronounce names with more than one syllable.
60. I can’t remember his friend’s name, but it was even harder to pronounce than his.
61. It feels happy because you remind it with Al’lah when you pronounce His Name over it.
62. That sounded good, so I let him poke and prod, and was gratified to hear him pronounce.
63. Here, she teased Lili by writing the name of the town the way local peasants pronounce it.
64. He is called Garamondo, did you know? A name that fills your mouth when you pronounce it.
65. These were the traitors, more aptly sinners, that liked to pronounce themselves as rebels.
66. Lord Grimsby had been summoned from Padusey, however, to pronounce the highwayman’s doom.
67. So great was the reverence of the Jews for that name that they would not even pronounce it.
68. Yes, we had come up with that name since it is easier to pronounce than her Albanian name.
69. Statements like the above-cited ones stimulated my interest in how to pronounce and decipher.
70. But for those who habitually talk or pronounce words as they read, how is it not to vocalize?
71. So he could certainly pronounce the northern name, that wasn’t why he slipped and said Teshi.
72. Casaubon's case is precisely of the kind in which the issue is most difficult to pronounce upon.
73. Irony, a word that, in my experience, few Americans could pronounce, much less understand.
74. She was busy reading a book with a title on the cover Joey didn’t really care about to pronounce.
75. Philemon said: And what kind of spells does she pronounce when she ’s making her mixtures?
76. So, with the gracious permission of your own lord, I pronounce the sentence of death on this woman.
77. The intensity with which you pronounce these words determines the power it will generate within you.
78. People living outside of India should select names that are easy to pronounce for the local people.
79. Jorma was disappointed when that name meant nothing to him, hell, Kulai couldn’t even pronounce it.
80. Fernando (everyone here seemed to also pronounce it this way) wondered if I had brought a map with me.
81. The colonel respectfully informed His Majesty of Balashëv’s mission, whose name he could not pronounce.
82. He also took occasion to pronounce a strong philippic against foreigners having any part in the Government.
83. She used to pronounce her name with the roll up in her native land but seems to have given it up down here.
84. No attention is paid to his words, and he is ordered to pronounce the words of the oath, just like the rest.
85. He has called me that since we were children together on the farm - he never could pronounce my name!.
86. Answering this question we say: some religious sects pronounce Al’lah’s Name over fish when catching them.
87. If I couldnt pronounce some words or sing to some pitch, he would repeat it so much that I got frustrated.
88. Therefore, scarcely had the stranger time to pronounce his name before the count was apprised of his arrival.
89. It is totally another matter to pronounce judgment against an individual and give them the penalty of death!.
90. He looks with compassion, and His lips once more softly pronounce, ‘Maiden, arise!’ and the maiden arises.
91. We have found an incurable stroke of paralysis in the common theory of this parable, and we pronounce it false.
92. No use! An inexplicable repugnance to pronounce the name by which he was known kept him silent a little longer.
93. Let us turn again to the correct way and return to pronounce Al’lah’s Name over the animal being slaughtered.
94. Still less true would it be to pronounce these men brutes, to whom such deeds are congenial rather than repulsive.
95. Not one of them is prescribed or ordered in the Prayer Book, and the best English lawyers pronounce them illegal.
96. He was not very successful because of his occasional stuttering and his inability to pronounce the letter ‘r’.
97. I found the ash of a cigar, which my special knowledge of tobacco ashes enables me to pronounce as an Indian cigar.
98. Though he could not reproduce the smell biologically, or pronounce it, he could mirror it with an abstract thought.
99. We couldn’t possibly pronounce his real name — his species is capable of making a number of sounds we can’t.
100. But he did not suspect that the chief cause of it was the word—son, which she could not bring herself to pronounce.
1. Jed has a hard time pronouncing his R’s.
2. You can try pronouncing the publisher‘s.
3. English to the pronouncing of the ee.
4. By pronouncing my name in Afrikaans you do.
5. Eliminate the habit of pronouncing words as you read.
6. Pronouncing the word out loud or hearing it in my mind.
7. Eliminate the Habit of Pronouncing Words as You Speed Read.
8. Ned Land had a way of pronouncing the word "snap" that sent.
9. Pronouncing that obsequial offerings are but an instance of.
10. Bram said, pronouncing the place name with an emphasis Tom had.
11. Thus, pronouncing the Name of Al’lah is a main condition when hunting.
12. Good-day, doctor, (for the chemist much enjoyed pronouncing the word.
13. WHAT DREAMS? she said pronouncing each letter as if we were half deaf.
14. You were pronouncing it Teshi then, the bigger, dark-haired woman said.
15. Let him start for the Continent, then, without our pronouncing on his future.
16. Upon pronouncing that the goats were so self-centered during their lives that.
17. What is a ra-dio? Jacob struggled with the word, pronouncing each syllable.
18. Now the host stood up and offered his name again, pronouncing it slowly, carefully.
19. Taking refuge in my stateroom, we stared at each other without pronouncing a word.
20. Pronouncing these words in an extremely sharp tone, Captain Nemo gave me a curt bow.
21. He'd been sitting that way since the doctor left, after pronouncing Aunt Martha dead.
22. Ingrid didn’t miss the incredulity in his tone when pronouncing the word ‘General’.
23. Cadwallader, whose very name offered a fine opportunity for pronouncing wrongly if you liked.
24. The old prince told me afterwards that I succeeded in pronouncing these words with great dignity.
25. She checked the number of swabs and instruments before pronouncing it was time to close Anita up.
26. Unless you have stimulated (slaughtered it pronouncing the Name of Al'lah) it before death….
27. She had often teased her mother and father for pronouncing the word out like the word oat.
28. Unless you have stimulated (slaughtered it pronouncing the Name of Al'lah) it before death ….
29. Therefore, there is no damage at all by eating fish without pronouncing Al’lah’s Name over them.
30. When pronouncing the Name of Al’lah, the slaughter is performed with godliness, calm, and humanity.
31. That was before applying the Godly Order in pronouncing His Name over the animals while slaughtering.
32. Is it Legitimized to Eat Fish without Slaughtering them Pronouncing the Name of Al’lah over them??
33. The Benefit of Pronouncing Al’lah’s Name returning on the Animal (Treating Animal with Kindness).
34. She was within the cabin and had slammed and bolted the door before he had finished pronouncing her name.
35. As for Dorothea, nothing could have pleased her more, unless it had been a miraculous voice pronouncing Mr.
36. Actually, pronouncing Al’lah’s Name over the animals when slaughtering resulted in unexpected findings.
37. The Effects of Pronouncing Al’lah’s Name over the slaughtered animal Reflected on it, Man, and Society.
38. Ahmad Fadhel (Secretary-general of the researches of pronouncing Al’lah’s Name over the animals) says:.
39. The doctor knelt besides the body of Stalin and took a minute to examine it before pronouncing his diagnostic.
40. Sorry to wake you, sir, he remembered pronouncing respectfully before identifying himself and proceeding.
41. He fulfills the animal its right by pronouncing the Name of Al’lah over it and relaxing his slaughtered animal.
42. He loves this, Gwenda thought: sitting at the head of the table, pronouncing judgement, everyone hanging on his words.
43. We will have a talk on social questions," said the lawyer, pronouncing the words "social questions" with ironical pathos.
44. The taller of the two—apparently the leader on board—examined us with the greatest care but without pronouncing a word.
45. The Advantages of Pronouncing the Name of Al’lah over the slaughtered-animal upon the Society as a Whole (Being Kind to Man).
46. It was a deep voice, and foreign in tone; yet there was something in the manner of pronouncing my name which made it sound familiar.
47. Unless you have stimulated (slaughtered it pronouncing the Name of Al'lah) it before death, also of animals sacrificed to idols….
48. First: the westerners used to call the Islamic method of slaughter which includes pronouncing the Name of Al’lah: Mohammedan method.
49. As Ptolemy Philopater testified of the African elephant, I then testified of the whale, pronouncing him the most devout of all beings.
50. I think he was swearing, but am not certain; however, he was pronouncing some formula which prevented him from replying to me directly.
51. Indeed, the negligence of pronouncing Al’lah’s Name over the slaughtered animal makes its meat a focus of blood filled with microbes.
52. God does not allow any slaughter without pronouncing the Name of Al’lah, and the slaughterer will be punished for that sooner or later.
53. The angry base of disjointed friendship, the faint tones of the sick, The judge with hands tight to the desk, his pallid lips pronouncing.
54. Pronouncing the Name of Al’lah makes the spirit of this animal filled with happiness and this happiness reflects on the atoms of its body.
55. Minutes later, rescued of the abstraction for the subtle calling of Leonardo pronouncing my name, I turned and found him with his blue eyes.
56. Furthermore, pronouncing the Name of Al’lah makes the animal get excited and that never happens at all in any way other than the Islamic one.
57. At last he turned round again, and regarded them both; she started up, and pronouncing his name in a tone of affection, held out her hand to him.
58. We ever tried to find a case to complete our study by pronouncing the words ‘Al’lah is Greater’ over it, but such case could not be found.
59. That is exactly the judgment that God is pronouncing here and that is the judgment that is soon to come upon this nation and upon North America.
60. Actually, each appearance has a reality, and the reality of pronouncing Al’lah’s Name over the creature to be slaughtered is undeniable goodness.
61. It was on samples of chicken meat slaughtered with pronouncing Al’lah’s Name over it (while slaughtering) and samples which did not have this done.
62. 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.
63. He felt shrouded by her doubt: he got strength to face her from the sense that she could not yet feel warranted in pronouncing that worst condemnation on him.
64. His grin split his face, smoothing the frown lines and pronouncing the smile lines, and Dana would’ve sworn in that moment that her heart had stopped beating.
65. What hospital is he in? I said looking at her and she just stared at me, so I asked her again, pronouncing every word clearly as if talking to a deaf person.
66. No! Diego? She realized as she inhaled the smells of this fortuneteller’s wagon that she may have not even have been pronouncing either of those lover’s names right.
67. He stopped short of pronouncing himself as the party’s prime ministerial candidate, saying the Congress was a democratic party and the elected MPs would choose their leader.
68. As she took off her outer garment in the hall, she heard the footman, pronouncing his "r's" even like a Kammerjunker, say, "From the count for the princess," and hand the note.
69. What is the use of pronouncing Al’lah’s Name loudly over the animals to be slaughterd which suffers the pain of slaughtering since it has no consciousness or understanding?!.
70. My rules and belief is that in the said situation I am being considerate by slowing my words down and pronouncing them loud and clear, in case I was misunderstood the first time.
71. This is why people neglected this Godly Order as they neglected the other orders and alas!! Most of the animals today are slaughtered without pronouncing Al’lah’s Name over them.
72. Several hours later, they stand together in the front room of her house; her head cocked on one side, Chrissie stares at the wall for a good ten minutes before pronouncing her opinion.
73. Reactions and Attitudes of the Scientific Research Team after the Appearance of the Dazzling Results of Researches of Pronouncing Al’lah’s Name over the animals to be slaughtered.
74. We have executed a Microbial study—in our laboratory—on samples of calf meat slaughtered with pronouncing Al’lah’s Name over it and samples of meat which did not have this done.
75. As she took off her outer garment in the hall, she heard the footman, pronouncing his ‘r’s’ even like a Kammerjunker, say, ‘From the count for the princess,’ and hand the note.
76. It was only yesterday morning, however, that Bessie understood she was pronouncing your name; and at last she made out the words, ‘Bring Jane—fetch Jane Eyre: I want to speak to her.
77. In the laboratory I saw with my own eyes how the slaughtered animal had been affected by pronouncing Al’lah’s Name over it so that it became completely free of the pathogenic agents.
78. The meat of the sheep slaughtered with pronouncing Al’lah’s Name over them was of a light rose hue which delighted the seers, whereas the color of the other animals was dark bluish red.
79. Second: After examining the meat of animals slaughtered without pronouncing Al’lah’s Name over them, we found it full of colonies of staphylococcus which are pathogenic and deadly germs.
80. Testifying of Thornton[33], the Great British Professor, Concerning Pronouncing Al’lah’s Name over the carcass (Comparison between the Islamic way of slaughter and the not-Islamic one):.
81. Thus, any article mentioned concerning the animal’s suffering and pain is refuted by the wisdom folded in pronouncing the Name of Al’lah over the animal which the Almighty has legislated.
82. I forgot my bashfulness, and pegged away (no other word will express it) with all my might, tumbling over long words, pronouncing according to inspiration of the minute, and doing my very best.
83. BY THE NEXT MORNING, November 18 , I was fully recovered from my exhaustion of the day before, and I climbed onto the platform just as the Nautilus's chief officer was pronouncing his daily phrase.
84. No doubt, it is not granted to every one to die, like Cardinal de Berulle, while saying the holy mass, and to breathe forth their souls to God, while pronouncing these words: Hanc igitur oblationem.
85. Let’s take samples from animals slaughtered with pronouncing ‘In the Name of God, Al’lah is Greater’ over them, and other samples from other ones which did not have this done when slaughtering.
86. It will complain you as you slaughtered it without pronouncing Al’lah’s Name over it though it had granted you its good and body, and how you made it suffer great pain neglecting this pronunciation.
87. Unable to discover any new victim, these diligent workers of vengeance soon approached their male prisoners, pronouncing the name "La Longue Carabine," with a fierceness that could not be easily mistaken.
88. As they died away on my lips, I said to myself that I should indeed help them to represent something infamous, if, by pronouncing them, I should violate as rare a little case of instinctive delicacy as any.
89. These findings show clearly that pronouncing Al’lah’s Name over the bird when slaughtering it lessens the remove of germs from its intestines to the muscles (meat) very much and consequently makes it more pure.
90. He came, examined his patient, and though encouraging Miss Dashwood to expect that a very few days would restore her sister to health, yet, by pronouncing her disorder to have a putrid tendency, and allowing the word.
91. But this was against all rule; for the oarsmen must put out their eyes, and ram a skewer through their necks; usage pronouncing that they must have no organs but ears, and no limbs but arms, in these critical moments.
92. When God the Father says you no longer exist in His eyes as far as He is concerned when He says you shall be no more forever – God is pronouncing the most extreme judgment that He possibly can on a created being.
93. There is remained spoiled blood found densely in the meat of the animals slaughtered without pronouncing Al’lah’s Name over them, while was not found in the meat of the animals slaughtered according the divine statute.
94. The Almighty allowed us to eat of the animal slaughtered with pronouncing a name other than the Name of Al’lah together with the other forbidden meat in case of dire necessity, that is when fearing death because of hunger.
95. In her indignation there was a sense of superiority, but it went out for the present in firmness of stroke, and did not compress itself into an inward articulate voice pronouncing the once "affable archangel" a poor creature.
96. You have disinfected only it by pronouncing the Name of Al’lah over it, but you have not done this with the others, therefore, they have been forbidden like carrion and the strangled animal which are not in a fit state to eat.
97. Unless you have stimulated (slaughtered it pronouncing the Name of Al'lah) it before death …: if you slaughter it and it releases its blood, it will be in a fit state to eat as the microbe existing in blood has come out.
98. It seems that the medical team, who is interested in this subject of pronouncing the Name of Al’lah over an animal when slaughtering it, found that a substantial part of the blood, if not all of it, is removed in this situation.
99. Third: The effect of pronouncing Al’lah’s Name over the slaughtered animals has not been limited on the voidance of its meat of germs, yet the specialists noticed other important reflections which appeared at the slaughterhouses.
100. Its gladness flows into your chest which goes up and down as it (the slaughtered animal) pleases to uplift you to the Provider of the sky, because, by your pronouncing His Name over it you were both overwhelmed with happiness and bliss.
1. Sarah have been pronounced dead.
2. Her frown grows more pronounced.
3. She then pronounced loudly for.
4. Narmond, who pronounced me well.
5. The rhythm should be pronounced.
6. Jean Valjean was pronounced guilty.
7. Jehovah is pronounced as Ya-ho-vay.
8. This is most pronounced in dating.
9. These had pronounced ridges where.
10. Maria had been pronounced dead here.
11. The same, he pronounced grimly.
12. It only grew more pronounced at home.
13. Four firefighters are pronounced dead.
14. The cloud of dust became more pronounced.
15. The general's English had a pronounced.
16. A pronounced conservative,he won favor.
17. At first the name is pronounced audibly.
18. Lao-zi is phonetically pronounced: LAZY.
19. Later this term was pronounced Hindu.
20. Bin and been are pronounced the same way.
21. At seven-thirteen Roger pronounced that.
22. In the next six weeks it pronounced 1400.
23. The winged cape was more pronounced and.
24. And as I get older, it is more pronounced.
25. Well, that was the way she pronounced it.
26. Hero pronounced backwards: oreh, is aura.
27. Madeleine was pronounced with veneration.
28. Breast cancer, the surgeon pronounced.
29. After all, THAT is how they are pronounced.
30. The doctors pronounced recovery impossible.
31. The visitor scrutinised him and pronounced.
32. Moshe, The tug became more pronounced.
33. So, don Quixote was real y pronounced don.
34. This strain had to be more pronounced than.
35. Jesus the waiter, (Jesús pronounced Ha'sus).
36. The snarl was a bit more pronounced this time.
37. The boys pronounced foreign words as if they.
38. It is a mispronunciation of Osim (pronounced.
39. There was a pronounced curve to his shoulders.
40. The sire pronounced the sentence finally that.
41. Lim pronounced me cured, and Mike drove me home.
42. She paused again for some seconds and pronounced.
43. That’s pronounced chep-tus, Conklin said.
44. The last words were pronounced in a fearful tone.
45. It has a pronounced fresh and distinctive flavour.
46. FSBO, pronounced "fizbo" means "for sale by owner.
47. A chink in the greyness becoming more pronounced.
48. She materialized a doctor who pronounced him dead.
49. The mob veered off as if he had pronounced a plague.
50. He then pronounced judgment on Korah and all that.
51. Pronounced upon the scribes and Pharisees of His day.
52. The Company has a pronounced interest in privacy.
53. His words should be well chosen and well pronounced.
54. There was a pronounced sneer of distaste stamped on.
55. They pronounced the olives good, and fresh that year.
56. The worry lines by her mouth were more pronounced too.
57. The same phrase was pronounced by the same individual.
58. He came and pronounced the work for all of the Children.
59. Rodonaia was shortly pronounced dead at the scene and.
60. Often pronounced out of anger and/or in agony, a curse.
61. The dog’s bollocks, pronounced Rod, with relish.
62. The voices grew more pronounced as Amaranthe neared it.
63. Hebrew letters and vowels are always pronounced the same.
64. We are going to be exterminated, Kelvin pronounced.
65. Sorren wasn’t fazed by the pronounced sense of urgency.
66. As she pronounced the letter s, they heard electricity.
67. They had tested the tug as well and pronounced it ready.
68. He was behind the attack on Victoria!’ she pronounced.
69. The word "incorrigible"—a word lately pronounced by Dr.
70. His name was Clarence and he pronounced it in a way that.
71. This decree pronounced, he took a drink, and went on:—.
72. A second intention for the actual Hajj is pronounced at.
73. That is what Moses received from Sinai; pronounced seenai.
74. Zar’s temper rose, his stripes becoming more pronounced.
75. Clos du Mesnil, he pronounced, bludgeoning the French.
76. The visitor scrutinised him and pronounced impressively:.
77. In mere minutes he had pinpointed and pronounced my errors.
78. Both were pronounced dead on arrival at the Bristol Royal.
79. The instant he pronounced his name Lazarus recognized the.
80. Only if he was pronounced dead beyond any hope of revival.
81. That’s what I’m saying, pronounced the old woman.
82. Claire’s relief was so pronounced that she wanted to cry.
83. As the pounding became more pronounced I picked up another.
84. Appear and disappear: are pronounced; appeer, and disappeer.
85. The judgment will be pronounced tomorrow evening at latest.
86. Rejoice Lizzie, you have been pronounced an honorary man.
87. And she comes back with, Shouldn't it be pronounced ass?
88. But now this mysterious sound became more pronounced, and.
89. An example is “maíz”, which is pronounced “ma-íz”.
90. So, you'll have to be Uriel--that's pronounced OOOH-REE-UHL.
91. She pronounced the name exactly with her mother's intonation.
92. As she pronounced the last word, she broke out in tears and.
93. Each sound, each syllable is pronounced at some relative pace.
94. The Sch in Schutte is pronounced exactly as school is.
95. It means was not pronounced when performing the slaughter.
96. You might have half a class that is ready for more pronounced.
97. If a student is not able to achieve a big pronounced C-shaped.
98. To obtain a more pronounced effect, we should proceed further.
99. Two hours later, they pronounced my father dead at the young.
100. A clock across the hall pronounced the time to be seven-thirty.
1. Professor Marks pronounces a similar unfavorable judgment.
2. Finally, then, he pronounces the verdict, addressing Arjun, that.
3. Installed Master or an ordained Chaplain who pronounces the words of.
4. The faith Heaven is red with divine justice in which faro pronounces sentence of death.
5. Beth pronounces that good, great, and she turns off the light, climbs into her bed.
6. Instead of seeing a book during reading, your brain hears a voice that pronounces the word.
7. Would you rather see Roxy Jones’ smug face as the judge pronounces her not guilty?
8. This is Al’lah’s Gift to him if he pronounces His Name over the animals when slaughtering.
9. Is that all there is, Raven? She pronounces the name deliberately and loaded with sarcasm.
10. You don’t have to undergo a process of eliminating the voice within the inner you that silently pronounces the words you’re reading.
11. It was called Le bon jugement de la très sainte et gracieuse Vierge Marie, and she appears herself on the stage and pronounces her bon jugement.
12. Geffard pronounces this almost gleefully and pours wine into his glass, and she imagines his head as a cabinet filled with ten thousand little drawers.
13. Cervantes from certain solecisms of language pronounces him to be an Aragonese, and Pellicer, an Aragonese himself, supports this view and believes him, moreover, to have been an.
14. Does a minister do anything wicked or wrong if he pronounces the words of administration, once in giving the bread and wine to a number of communicants altogether, and not to each one separately?
15. He allots the imposts, taxes each person conscientiously, judges quarrels for nothing, divides inheritances without charge, pronounces sentences gratuitously; and he is obeyed, because he is a just man among simple men.
16. The officer of Cossacks unfolded the paper and read the name of him who once had been Prince Peter Ivánovich, and the family name which everybody knows and pronounces with a certain respect and pleasure, when speaking of a person bearing that name, as of a near and familiar person.
17. Very good, Sir, the Surgeon says, whereupon he sets about inspecting first my Scalp, then Susannah’s, pronounces, not surprizingly, that I have Lice, whilst Susannah may have ’em in the incipient Stage and suggests a thorough Ablution with Vinegar as the Cure, or possibly e’en our being shorn.
18. Papa doesn't care about teaching him, either, and says he is a _dummer Bengel_ who pronounces Goethe as though it rhymed with dirty, and who the first time our great poet was mentioned vacantly asked, with every indication of a wandering mind, if he wasn't the joker who wrote the play for Irving with all the devils in it.
19. Good he pronounces to be that in which the beast delights and evil to be that which he dislikes; and he can give no other account of them except that the just and noble are the necessary, having never himself seen, and having no power of explaining to others the nature of either, or the difference between them, which is immense.
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21. In fact, the responsibility is not only that of the slaughterer, but it is also that of the owner of the slaughtered animal… why does not he search for the slaughterer who pronounces Al’lah’s Name over the animals and ensure the fulfillment of this pronunciation?? Yet the responsibility falls upon each individual of the society… why man does not inquire about the meat he buys and be sure that it is of that over which Al’lah’s Name was pronounced??
22. Succession pronounces with intention those other words This is My Body,.

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