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But his rancor did not cease, and presently, on March 13, when he preached a sermon on the text, `` And Ben-hadad Was Drunk '', he told his congregation how disappointed he was in Mr. Lewis, how he regretted having had him in his house, and how he should have been warned by the fact that the novelist was drunk all the time that he was working on the book.
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Although such teaching isolated him ( and the C & MA ) from the mainline churches that either did not emphasize or outright rejected healing, Simpson's uncompromising trust in the Word and power of God kept him steadily forging ahead of his times without criticism or rancor with those who disagreed.
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He bitterly rejected the label Impressionist that the press had created and popularized, and his insistence on including non-Impressionist artists such as Jean-Louis Forain and Jean-François Raffaëlli in their exhibitions created rancor within the group, contributing to their eventual disbanding in 1886.
It incited rancor and division between the old traditionalists who insisted on ritual and doctrine and the new revivalists.
It incited rancor and division between old traditionalists who insisted on the continuing importance of ritual and doctrine, and the new revivalists, who encouraged emotional involvement and personal commitment.
Because of the rancor and disruptions which marked so many of the so-called Town Hall meetings held in the summer of 2009 to discuss Health Care Reform, Lowey chose to present her point of view on Health Care Reform in a telephone conference call, the effectiveness of which was questioned by some of her constituents.
However, as a Washington Post article pointed out in 2010, on the occasion of Coughlin's tenth anniversary in the House Chaplain position, " there is ample evidence that the rancor that accompanied his selection has disappeared: Last week, lawmakers from both parties streamed onto the House floor to honor his decade of service.
According to Ian F. Jones, Tim Clinton, and George Ohlschlager, ” Jay Adams brought a biblical revolution to Christian and pastoral counseling in the 1970s, challenging a field that was racing toward rancor, even dissolution by its fascination with all manner of anti-Christian psycho-babble .” David Powlison has noted that Adams has written " abundant resources for the development of counseling " and has led to the establishment of various institutions based on his views.
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Critical responses were enthusiastic: The New York Times described it as " a stirring and beautiful account of a deeply felt experience " while The New York Herald Tribune called it " a tale of heroic adventure told without rancor or rhetoric.
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The great spectacle was a source of rancor, and Son et Lumiere, which the French were trying to promote with the Athenians, was the reason.
The king's rancor directed at Duke Murdoch had its roots in the past — Duke Robert was responsible for his brother David's death and neither Robert nor Murdoch exerted themselves in negotiating James's release and must have left the king with the suspicion that they held aspirations for the throne itself.
Land prices were rapidly increasing due to the Japanese asset price bubble, inflation increased at the highest rate since 1975, unemployment reached a record high at 3. 2 %, bankruptcies were rife, and there was political rancor over LDP-proposed tax reform.
The end of McIntyre's tenure was filled with rancor, as he found himself at odds with blacks, Hispanics, and his own clergy.
It was more vanity than rancor which made him glad to appear even in later years as the great opponent of Bismarck.
One reason for their rancor was that Profaci required each family member to pay him a $ 25 a month tithe, an old Sicilian gang custom.
The strategy was opposed by Secretary of State George Shultz, among others, leading to rancor in the White House.
The simultaneous appearance of these magazines was the result of an intergovernmental agreement, one among several cross-cultural agreements designed to sow trust amidst the rancor of international politics.
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However, it also led to rancor ; what had previously been a largely civil debate erupted into name-calling and bitter dissension.
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Having developed the Inquisition brought him the rancor of Roman people who, after his death, decapitated his statue in Campidoglio and dedicated to him the following pasquinata:
However, he set aside the letter and ran for a second term after the rancor between his Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton, and his Secretary of State, Thomas Jefferson, convinced him that the growing divisions between the newly formed Federalist and Democratic-Republican parties, along with the current state of foreign affairs, would rip the country apart in the absence of his leadership ..
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This meant that you might have a primary relationship with one person, but if another attracted you, you could explore that relationship without rancor or jealousy.
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Some regional parties, especially in South India, are deeply aligned to the ideologies of the region unlike the national parties and thus the relationship between the central government and the state government in various states has not always been free of rancor.
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During the long voyage across the Atlantic, Drake's hostility increased, fueled by the rancor of his brother.
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These incidents, typical of many others, dramatize the distressing fact that no controversy during the last several decades has caused more tension, rancor and strife among religious groups in this country than the birth-control issue.
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The mukta is not just free from this or that, he is the master of sense and self, fearless ( nirbhai ) and devoid of rancor ( nirvair ), upright yet humble, treating all creatures as if they were he himself, wanting nothing, clinging to nothing.
Monroe ’ s success in mitigating party rancor produced an appearance of political unity, with almost all Americans identifying themselves as Republicans.
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After significant rancor and danger to the public as the two sides clash, Captain America voluntarily surrenders and orders the Anti-Registration forces to stand down.
In Switzerland public discrimination or invoking to rancor against persons or a group of people because of their race, ethnicity, is getting penalized with a term of imprisonment until 3 years or a mulct.
Historian Allan Nevins wrote that " two interconnected battles began to rage, one in Congress and one in the country at large: each fought with a pertinacity, bitterness, and rancor unknown even in Wilmot Proviso days.
" He also felt that the expected defeat would remind the party of the need for self-discipline in the face of populist rancor.
Later, Luke Skywalker infiltrates the palace and kills Jabba's rancor in a duel ; whereupon Jabba transfers his court to the sail barge with Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Chewbacca as food for the Sarlacc, while Leia serves as Jabba's slave.
" When Edna gently explains " It's like I'm DC Comics, and you're Marvel ", he accepts the comparison without any rancor.
Soon after taking over the Oz series, Ruth Plumly Thompson brought back Ruggedo, his memory and rancor restored and living imprisoned under the city.
Time magazine called Phillips " an erstwhile segregationist who this year appealed for an end to the racial rancor.
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For weeks I wandered about this neighborhood of warehouses and garages, truck terminals and taxi repair shops, gasoline pumps and longshoremen's lunch counters, yet never did I cease to feel myself a stranger there.
DC threatened both artist and the Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts gallery with legal action if they did not cease selling the works and demanded all remaining art, as well as any profits derived from them.
He emphasized that Jesus did not cease to be God when he became a man, nor did he lose any of his divine attributes when he took on human nature.
European military conflict did not cease, but had less disruptive effects on the lives of Europeans.
In 1791 George Rapp said, " I am a prophet, and I am called to be one " in front of the civil affairs official in Maulbronn, Germany, who promptly had him imprisoned for two days and threatened with exile if he did not cease preaching.
Also, sexual offenses against convicts by staff members and smuggling of contraband did not cease in several TBS-clinics.
Gandhi did not disagree with Nehru's move, but felt that if he resigned, his popularity with Indians would cease to stifle the party's membership.
* German leadership rejected Hartenstein's cease fire proposal, partly because Admiral Raeder did not think it wise to enter into a " deal " with the Allies, nothing was to interfere with Eisbär's surprise attack on Cape Town to strike at the supplies destined for the British and Soviets, and Hitler had directed that no word of Laconias sinking or the proposed Axis rescue be transmitted to the Allies, though subordinates ignored Hitler's orders and communicated messages to the Allies about the proposed rescue attempt.
He did not disagree with the party's position but felt that if he resigned, his popularity with Indians would cease to stifle the party's membership, which actually varied, including communists, socialists, trade unionists, students, religious conservatives, and those with pro-business convictions, and that these various voices would get a chance to make themselves heard.
Intolerance towards Nichiren Buddhism did not cease after Nichiren ’ s death ( 1282 ), and the most famous persecution was the violent attacks on Nichiren temples in the 16th century, Kyoto, Japan: “ Nichiren temples in Kyoto were attacked by the monks from Mt.
In 1237 the archbishop and the Emperor Frederick II intervened to reconcile the two rivals, but the strains did not cease.
There is, however, only one known account from a native Briton who lived at this time in the mid 5th Century A. D., ( Gildas ), and his description is of a forced takeover: For the fire ... spread from sea to sea, fed by the hands of our foes in the east, and did not cease, until, destroying the neighbouring towns and lands, it reached the other side of the island, and dipped its red and savage tongue in the western ocean.
Mrs. Taft even commented during this time, " never did he cease to regard a Supreme Court appointment as more desirable than the presidency.
He did not cease, so in January 1636 the sheriff came to pick him up only to discover that Williams had slipped away three days before during a blizzard.
Yet, even now, and particularly after the Regensburg Conference had proved in vain, the Emperor did not cease to insist on convening the council, the final result of his insistence being the Council of Trent, which, after several postponements, was finally convoked by the bull Laetare Hierusalem, 15 March 1545.
The Press did not cease to search out and publish new musicians and their music, but the tenor of the business had changed.
De jure, the German Reich did not cease to exist in 1945, but after four years of Allied occupation, three German states were formed inside of Germany as a whole in 1949: the Federal Republic of Germany ( then commonly known as West Germany ) in the former U. S., and British zones of occupation, the Saar in French zone, until 1957, when it joined the FRG, and the German Democratic Republic ( East Germany ) in the former Soviet Zone.
Even if they did not want to cease with Rome, the Pope opposition led them to threaten of a national council, if he did not agree.
Still, party activity did not cease completely, as proved by the fact that on October 4, 2007 twenty-three top members of Batasuna were arrested as they left a secret meeting in Segura ( Guipúzcoa ), accused of holding an illegal political meeting.
He did not cease to exist as the active aspect of Destruction, he simply stopped directing the affairs over which he has control.