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As you approach the church on the Via D. Baullari you are passing within yards of the remains of the Roman Theatre of Pompey, near which is believed to have been the place where Julius Caesar was assassinated.
from Brown Corpus
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Not that angels have wings, but that you may know that they leave the heights and the most elevated dwelling to approach human nature.
Abdullah Dougan says the work is deeply esoteric and " if you approach the quatrains with that in mind, the poem will have a tremendous impact on you as you try to understand it.
These Confucian Analects citations of dao verbally meaning " to guide ; to lead " are: " The Master said, ' In guiding a state of a thousand chariots, approach your duties with reverence and be trustworthy in what you say " and " The Master said, ' Guide them by edicts, keep them in line with punishments, and the common people will stay out of trouble but will have no sense of shame.
*" Do not deny the classical approach, simply as a reaction, or you will have created another pattern and trapped yourself there ".
Charles N. Brown, publisher of Locus Magazine, has praised Baen's approach in an interview in The New York Times, saying " Baen has shown that putting up electronic versions of books doesn't cost you sales.
Luce stated that she had to encourage him to take a more romantic approach: " Come on, Fred, I'm not your sister, you know.
If you are a scoundrel, do not approach the tomb ; but if you are honest and from worthy stock, sit down in confidence and, if you like, fall asleep.
This is especially evident on Interstate 80 if one is coming from the east or the west where it has been flat for many miles and suddenly the land drops as you approach the river.
As you approach the town on Nebraska Highway 66, a sign announces " South Bend Next 4 Exits "-- a reference to the four streets that lead in from the highway.
This erroneous story is perpetuated in the sign that greets you as you approach Rutledge from the south on Morton Avenue.
The approach down from Earlsheaton through the Wakefield Road cutting, constructed in 1830, is dramatic with the view of the town centre nestling in the Calder Valley opening up as you descend.
As you approach it, it will move on, keeping just beyond your reach ; if you retire, it will follow you.
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Now, if I were you I would just plan to repair the old church so it would last for five or ten years.
A visitor to the beautiful little building inquired, `` Do you belong to this church, Mr. Rancher ''??
One block along the Via De Burro ( in front of the church ) will bring you to the Stock Exchange in the old Temple of Neptune.
She'd say she didn't feel good on Sunday, couldn't go to church -- there'd be a little argument, but she could be stubborn -- and when the old woman had gone, quick pack the things she'd need to take, all but the dress she'd wear Monday, and take the bag down to that place in the station where you could put things in a locker overnight, for a dime.
We trust you are not one of the 70,000,000 Americans who do not attend church, but who feel that various forms of recreation are more important than worshipping the God who made our country great.
One of the most wholesome things you could schedule in your church would thus be a group confessional where people could admit of their inner tensions ''.
you may attend mass, do penance, say prayers and zealously keep all the sacraments and ceremonies of the church ; ;
Out of the church and into his big car, it tooling over the road with him driving and the headlights sweeping the pike ahead and after he hit college, his expansiveness, the quaint little pine board tourist courts, cabins really, with a cute naked light bulb in the ceiling ( unfrosted and naked as a streetlight, like the one on the corner where you used to play when you were a kid, where you watched the bats swooping in after the bugs, watching in between your bouts at hopscotch ), a room complete with moths pinging the light and the few casual cockroaches cruising the walls, an insect Highway Patrol with feelers waving.
In Luke 1: 3-4, the author states that he decided to “ write an orderly account for you, most excellent Theophilus, so that you may know the truth concerning the things about which you have been instructed .” Theophilus is Greek for lover of God and it is suggested that he may either be an individual who recently converted to the faith or a Roman official of whom the church is seeking acceptance from.
“ Acts, then is a continuation of the Lucan Gospel, not in the sense that it relates what Jesus continued to do, but how his followers carried out his commission under the guidance of his Spirit .” Thus, part of the answer to the purpose of Acts is that Luke is writing to Theophilus, who is also mentioned in Luke 1: 3, in order to explain to him the occurrences that take place in the church that fulfill Jesus ’ promise to his disciples that “ you will be baptized with, the Holy Spirit not many days from now ” ( Acts 1: 5 ).
It could mean that he received word of the further development and growth of the church in Ephesus, and if Paul — co-founder of that church --- wrote the letter, this illuminates his follow-up: " I do not cease to give thanks for you ..."
The Epistle to the Colossians states " After this letter has been read to you, see that it is also read in the church of the Laodiceans and that you in turn read the letter from Laodicea.
you and on
`` Soon as we send them on their way and make camp, let's you and me go for a walk down by the Snake -- all by ourselves ''.
`` From now on, Sally and me and her folks aim to give you our turn when it comes up and fall in behind you and Rod's outfit ''.
Mrs. Roebuck smilingly declined and began suddenly to go on about her son, who was `` onleh a little younguh than you bawhs ''.
It is nothing you can put your fingers on but the air suddenly fills with a high charge of electricity.
Of course, males play a role there, but believe me when I say you wouldn't enjoy yourself one bit on Eromonga.
It is Eromonga -- look hard, you can see with your naked eye the wooden scaffolding on the cliff ''.
that is, on the basis of his own sinfulness and abject wretchedness, Piepsam becomes a prophet who in his ecstasy and in the name of God imprecates doom on Life -- not only the cyclist now, but the audience, the world, as well: `` all you light-headed breed ''.
This combined experience, on a foundation of very average, I assure you, intelligence and background, has helped me do things many well-informed people would bet heavily against.
You probably would not remember, since you never seemed to remember even the same moments as I, much less their intensity, one sunny midday on Fifth Avenue when you had set out with me for some final shopping less than a week before the wedding you staged for me with such reluctance at the Farm.