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The husband points the steps out with his flashlight: `` Its white stare filling her pale eyes To the blind brim with appetite, Bleaching her hands that grazed my thighs And sent us from the table in surprise To let the dishes soak all night, '' ( Mary Jane asked herself if Meredith was blushing at this line, or was it the fire??
`` Life '' points out that `` everybody uses this path '', and starts to ride on.
He points out that from the time of Jackson on through World War 1,, evangelical Protestantism was a dominant influence in the social and political life of America.
Morrison points out that since our country is more urbanized than the Soviet Union or Red China, it is the most vulnerable of the great powers -- Europe of course must be written off out of hand.
The scientists, in and out of government, do not agree on some of the most vital points, at least publicly.
As Critic Walter Kerr points out: `` Adaptations, so long as they are good, still qualify as creative ''.
The New York Central has pointed out that this control, if approved by the Interstate Commerce Commission, would give the combined C. & O. - B. & O. Railroad a total of 185 points served in common with the New York Central.
After all, the henpecked husband with his shrewish wife is a comic figure of long standing, in literature and on the stage, as Dr. Schillinger points out.
`` All too frequently '', points out James O'Gara, managing editor of Commonweal, `` Catholics run roughshod over Protestant sensibilities in this matter, by failure to consider the reasoning behind the Protestant position and, particularly, by their jibes at the fact that Protestant opinion on birth control has changed in recent decades ''.
Recognizing that there could have been no effective negotiated peace with Hitler, he points out the shocking failure to give support to the anti-Nazi underground, which very nearly eliminated Hitler in 1944.
The book points out that the poem has the same meter as that of " Auld Lang Syne "; the songs can be sung interchangeably.
Additionally, Sherr points out that this was the original third verse written by Bates:
In structure, Johnson points out the same central theme, that of cannibalism and the eating of babies as well as the same final argument, that " human depravity is such that men will attempt to justify their own cruelty by accusing their victims of being lower than human.
In agreement with Johnson, Donald C. Baker points out the similarity between both authors ' tones and use of irony.
*: But Burke also points out that the concepts of " incipient " and " delayed action " exist in the works of I. A.
When Tarrou points out that " victories will never be lasting ," Rieux admits that he is involved in a " never ending defeat ," but this does not stop him from engaging in the struggle.
Most players bid low amounts between one and ten points in an initial bid in order to feel out the competition and to save points for other uses.
However, Wolfram points out that at the time " Clovis got no farther than the Seine ; only after several more years did the Franks succeed in occupying the rest of the Gallo-Roman buffer state north of the Loire.
He points out that Shrine 261 is not strictly analogous to the Ark of the Covenant: it can only be said that the Anubis Shrine is " ark-like ", constructed of wood, gilded and gessoed, stored within a sacred tomb, " guarding " the treasury of the tomb ( and not the primary focus of that environment ), that it contains compartments within it that store and hold sacred objects, that it has a figure of Anubis on its lid, and that it was carried by two staves permanently inserted into rings at its base and borne by eight priests in the funerary procession to Tutankhamun's tomb.
Cameron also points out that whether he refers to Plato or to Crantor, the statement does not support conclusions such as Otto Muck's " Crantor came to Sais and saw there in the temple of Neith the column, completely covered with hieroglyphs, on which the history of Atlantis was recorded.
For example, Barrett points out that the Pastoral Epistles are concerned that ministers of the generation of Timothy and Titus should pass on the doctrine they had received to the third generation.
Church, Ministry and Sacraments in the New Testament Paternoster Press: 1993, p. 94f </ ref > He also points out that when Ignatius writes to the Romans, there is no mention of a bishop of the Roman Church, " which we may suppose had not not yet adopted the monarchical episcopate.

points and religious
and it is evidenced in the prayers offered, in the frequent religious allusions, and in the confirmation of points on religious grounds.
) Hilton also claims a Roman Catholic monarch would therefore be unable to be crowned by the Archbishop of Canterbury and points to the examples of European states that have similar religious provisions for their monarchs: Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, whose constitutions compel their monarchs to be Lutherans, the Netherlands, the constitution of which insists its monarchs be members of the Protestant House of Orange, and Belgium, which has a constitution that provides for the succession to be through Roman Catholic houses.
Fatwā are expected to deal with religious issues, subtle points of interpretation of the fiqh as exemplified by the cases cited in the archives linked below.
Puritanism was not merely a religious doctrine, but corresponded in many points with the most absolute democratic and republican theories.
He met with Soviet representatives including Foreign Minister Georgi Chicherin, who rejected any kind of religious education, the ordination of priests and bishops, but offered agreements without the points vital to the Vatican.
Many religious believers kneel in prayer, and some ( Roman Catholics, and Anglicans ) genuflect, bending one knee to touch the ground, at various points during religious services ; the Orthodox Christian equivalent is a deep bow from the waist, and as an especially solemn obeisance the Orthodox make prostrations, bending down on both knees and touching the forehead to the floor.
Heartbreaks Along The Road ( De l ' amour dans la ferraille ) is a work of magical realism-he pokes fun at political and religious figures, using ridiculous scenarios, and exaggerated personality characteristics, while telling the story from different characters ' points of view.
Steven Runciman points out that " while the theological dispute embittered the conflict, the religious and political parties did not coincide.
Strong religious partisanship was largely a reflection of the seriousness with which the Pennsylvania Dutch took their faith, while only differing in seemingly minor points from each other, at least compared to a more worldwide view of religions and their differences.
Livingston points out that to come together " they had agreed to set aside whatever political, cultural, historical, and even religious differences they might have had in order to achieve one common purpose: to destroy Athelstan.
In early Christian times, these stone crosses were used as gathering points for religious ceremonies before churches were built.
Despite suppression at various points in time, it continues to be a large part of Lao religious tradition.
The presence of these incense burners points possibly to a religious god house, a manufacturing site or even a sacred place of disposal.
Finally, in 1850, in an article published in the Edinburgh Review in defence of the Gorham judgment he asserted two principles which he maintained to the end of his life — first, " that the so-called supremacy of the Crown in religious matters was in reality nothing else than the supremacy of law, and, secondly, that the Church of England, by the very condition of its being, was not High or Low, but Broad, and had always included and been meant to include, opposite and contradictory opinions on points even more important than those at present under discussion.
Various forms of pantheism have religious foundations ; others have been based upon naturalistic, scientific, or poetic points of view.
Writing to his father, an Arian Baptist, of his purpose to make a public profession of his Christian faith in connection with the Presbyterian Church, he stated the chief points of his religious belief, quoting a " thus saith the Lord " for each.
Since 1597 it has been divided, for religious reasons, into two half-cantons, which are quite independent of each other, and differ in many points.
The vicinity of Sagres Point and Cape St. Vincent has been used for religious purposes since Neolithic times, to which standing menhirs near Vila do Bispo, a few miles from both points, attest.
He touched the religious world at many points.
She was allowed to undertake Islamic studies, and was known for her ability to memorize the Qur ' an as well as being able to grasp hard to understand points of religious law.
John Kenyon points out that European religious orders throughout the Continent were affected by the plot since many of them depended on the alms of the English Catholic community for their existence.
The church has been one of Edinburgh's religious focal points for approximately 900 years.

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