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… We believe that one of the most important ways of achieving these ends at this time is to continue progress toward a balance of the federal budget.
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I regard myself as Left of Centre which … is where a Party Leader ought to be … It is no use asking, “ What would Keir Hardie have done ?” We must have at the top men brought up in the present age, not, as I was, in the Victorian Age .’
A kid was shot to death down the street … We were robbed twice, had windows shot out and a car stolen.
He went on to say that " we repudiate the Dáil … We will set up an Executive which will issue orders to the IRA all over the country.
… We must require all the powers to open the doors of their colonies to others, so that all nations will have equal access to the markets and natural resources of the colonial areas.
Among the more commercially successful films with a hero dedicated to vengeance – For a Few Dollars More, Once Upon a Time in the West, Today We Kill … Tomorrow We Die !, A Reason to Live, a Reason to Die, Death Rides a Horse, Viva Django, The Devil's Backbone, Hate for Hate, Greatest Robbery in the West – he typically has to cooperate with people with other motivations.
::“ We certainly cannot hope directly to compare their effects except within a limited future ; and all the arguments, which have ever been used in Ethics, and upon which we commonly act in common life, directed to shewing that one course is superior to another, are ( apart from theological dogmas ) confined to pointing out such probable immediate advantages …
In April 2010, a Desertec spokeperson confirmed to the English newspaper The Guardian that the project will not be placed in disputed Western Sahara, saying: " We want to confirm … officially that our reference projects will not be located in the West Sahara.
They were most impressed with their visit to Constantinople, saying, " We knew not whether we were in Heaven or on Earth … We only know that God dwells there among the people, and their service is fairer than the ceremonies of other nations.
" We … were amazed, angry, morose, and bewildered ," Rex Stewart, Fletcher's lead trumpeter, said of listening to Beiderbecke and his colleagues play.
We are curious to know whether Mrs. Stowe is a believer in the duty of non-resistance for the White man, under all possible outrage and peril, as for the Black man … whites in parallel circumstances, it is often said Talk not of overcoming evil with good — it is madness!
The kids have been doing it for a while … you can buy tapes of Turkish music from Turkish stores around the city and they ’ ve been experimenting with that music, sampling it, mixing it with other stuff and rapping to it … We ’ re just trying to build on the Turkish rap thing and build an outlet for it … If I ’ m going to tell you why we ’ re doing it, well, it ’ s pride really.
As a ' young ardent republican ', he was also a member of theAmerican Club, where at the 1876 annual dinner, he declared " We have met here tonight in the name of the principles which were proclaimed by the founders of the Anglo-American Republic … and we do so because we believe those principles to be permanently applicable to the politics of the world ".
We have stressed in a good many written works, in all our public utterances, and in all our statements in the press that … the socialist revolution can triumph only on two conditions.
A number, known as the Levellers complained " We were not a mere mercenary army hired to serve any arbitrary power of a state, but called forth … to the defence of the people's just right and liberties ".
William Hill wrote in the Northern Star " We are commanded … to love our neighbors as ourselves … this command is universal in its application, whether as friend, Christian or citizen.
We were among the first members of the colony to arrive at the station of an unfinished railroad … There was a good hotel, well and comfortably furnished, one or two stores neatly furnished and already stocked with goods, several other in process of erection … The streets, scarcely to be defined as such, were full of prairie schooners, containing families waiting until masters could suit themselves with “ claims ,” the women pursuing their housewifely avocations meanwhile – some having cooking stoves in their wagons, others using gypsy fires to do their culinary work ; all seeming happy and hopeful.
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# Having been drawn and enabled, but prior to regeneration, one is able to believe … able also to resist.
… believe that society suffers from the lack of a firm basis of Judeo-Christian values and they seek to write laws that embody those values.
The parallel between these traditional beliefs and the later resurrection of Jesus was not lost on the early Christians, as Justin Martyr argued: " when we say … Jesus Christ, our teacher, was crucified and died, and rose again, and ascended into heaven, we propose nothing different from what you believe regarding those whom you consider sons of Zeus.
As Christiano states, " Marx did not believe in science for science's sake … he believed that he was also advancing a theory that would … be a useful tool … effecting a revolutionary upheaval of the capitalist system in favor of socialism.
As Alastair Norcross has said, “ suppose that Homer is faced with the painful choice between saving Barney from a burning building or saving both Moe and Apu from the building … it is clearly better for Homer to save the larger number, precisely because it is a larger number … Can anyone who really considers the matter seriously honestly claim to believe that it is worse that one person die than that the entire sentient population of the universe be severely mutilated?
In signing the law, Bush expressed concerns about the constitutionality of parts of the legislation but concluded, " I believe that this legislation, although far from perfect, will improve the current financing system for Federal campaigns … Taken as a whole, this bill improves the current system of financing for Federal campaigns, and therefore I have signed it into law.
I believe that we should make available to peace-loving peoples the benefits of our store of technical knowledge in order to help them realize their aspirations for a better life … What we envisage is a program of development based on the concepts of democratic fair dealing ...
In 1386 Chaucer used the Parson's Tale to poke fun at geomancy in Canterbury Tales: " What say we of them that believe in divynailes as … geomancie …" Shakespeare and Ben Jonson were also known to use geomancy for comic relief.
I am determined to do everything I can to prevent racial problems developing into civil strife … I don't believe the great majority of the British people share Mr Powell's way of putting his views in his speech.
Pope Clement VI, Letter Super Quibusdam ( to Consolator the Catholicos of Armenia ), September 20, 1351: " In the second place, we ask whether you and the Armenians obedient to you believe that no man of the wayfarers outside of the faith of this Church, and outside the obedience of the Pope of Rome, can finally be saved … In the ninth place, if you have believed and do believe that all who have raised themselves against the faith of the Roman Church and have died in final impenitence have been damned and have descended to the eternal punishments of hell.
The modern Catholic Church holds that, among those who " do not profess the Catholic faith in its entirety or have not preserved unity or communion under the successor of Peter … those who believe in Christ and have been properly baptized are put in a certain, although imperfect, communion with the Catholic Church " and that "( t ) hose who have not yet received the Gospel are related to the People of God in various ways " ( Catechism of the Catholic Church, 838-839 ).
It was to the apostolic college alone, of which Peter is the head, that we believe that our Lord entrusted all the blessings of the New Covenant, in order to establish on earth the one body of Christ into which all those must be fully incorporated who belong in any way to the people of God …
And in different ways to it belong, or are related: the Catholic faithful, others who believe in Christ, and finally all mankind, called by God's grace to salvation …
In an O ' Reilly Factor interview in August 2010, when Beck was asked if he " believe ( s ) that gay marriage is a threat to country in any way ", he stated, " No I don't … I believe that Thomas Jefferson said: ' If it neither breaks my leg nor picks my pocket what difference is it to me?
One British scholar stated his belief that " Pixies were evidently a smaller race, and, from the greater obscurity of the … tales about them, I believe them to have been an earlier race.
: The first great heretic broke drastically with the faith of the early church in abandoning the doctrine of the imminent, personal return of Christ … Marcion did not believe in a real incarnation, and consequently there was no logical place in his system for a real Second Coming … Marcion expected the majority of mankind to be lost … he denied the validity of the Old Testament and its Law … As the first great heretic, Marcion developed and perfected his heterodox system before orthodoxy had fully defined itself … Marcion represents a movement that so radically transformed the Christian doctrine of God and Christ that it can hardly be said to be Christian.
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# After one believes, God then regenerates ; one is able to continue believing … able also to resist.
The Marquis de Feuquières writing after the battle described the scene – " They advanced in four lines … As they approached they advanced their second and fourth lines into the intervals of their first and third lines ; so that when they made their advance upon us, they formed only one front, without any intermediate spaces.
" Major-General Murray ," recalled one eye witness, " … seeing him fall, marched up in all haste with two Swiss battalions to save him and stop the enemy who were hewing all down in their way.
Oxford classicist Edward Copleston said that classical education “ communicates to the mind … a high sense of honor, a disdain of death in a good cause, a passionate devotion to the welfare of one ’ s country ”, thus concurring with Cicero that: “ All literature, all philosophical treatises, all the voices of antiquity are full of examples for imitation, which would all lie unseen in darkness without the light of literature ”.
Influential French critic M. Henri Rochefort commented, " I am compelled to admit, not without some chagrin, that not one of our female artists … is strong enough to compete with the lady who has given us this year the portrait of Dr. Grier.
In it, Gans writes of an audience between the Maharal and Rudolph II: " Our lord the emperor … Rudolph … sent for and called upon our master Rabbi Low ben Bezalel and received him with a welcome and merry expression, and spoke to him face to face, as one would to a friend.
It would be difficult to find an area of scientific interest more beset by divided professional opinion and contradictory experimental evidence … No one can say whether hypnosis is a qualitatively unique state with some physiological and conditioned response components or only a form of suggestion induced by high motivation and a positive relationship between hypnotist and subject … T. X.
Charlton Heston, in announcing that Cagney was to be honored, called him " one of the most significant figures of a generation when American film was dominant, Cagney, that most American of actors, somehow communicated eloquently to audiences all over the world … and to actors as well.
His performance in the title role in a Manitoba Theatre Centre production of Hamlet was praised by Roger Lewis, the Sunday Times, who declared Reeves " … one of the top three Hamlets I have seen, for a simple reason: he is Hamlet.
Andrew Jackson issued a proclamation against the doctrine of nullification, stating: " I consider … the power to annul a law of the United States, assumed by one State, incompatible with the existence of the Union, contradicted expressly by the letter of the Constitution, unauthorized by its spirit, inconsistent with every principle on which it was founded, and destructive of the great object for which it was formed.
Norwich Duff writes that " Luxembourg is considered one of the strongest fortifications in Europe, and … it appears so.
“ Now let us understand the exact meaning of the expression historical Judaism … Looking at Judaism from a historical point of view, we become convinced that there is no one aspect deep enough to exhaust the content of such a complex phenomenon as Judaism … Accordingly, Torah-less Judaism … would be an entirely new thing and not the continuation of something given …