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Certainly and is
Certainly it is not necessary to repeat that the United States has no intention of interfering in the internal affairs of any nation ; ;
Certainly it is the most pretentious and elaborate.
Certainly, the meaning is clearer to one who is not familiar with Biblical teachings, in the New English Bible which reads: `` Then Jesus arrived at Jordan from Galilee, and he came to John to be baptized by him.
Certainly there would be less anxiety, fewer accidents ( it is the clumsy child who sustains the worst injuries ), and higher scholastic averages, since alert children work better.
Certainly, one of the best ways of warning the world against anti-Semitism is to demonstrate its workings as a dangerous weapon.
Certainly, in analyzing an action which truly faced such alternatives, `` it is never possible that no world would be preferable to some worlds, and there are in truth no circumstances in which the destruction of human life presents itself as a reasonable alternative ''.
Certainly in the matter of principals there is nothing lacking.
Certainly, Ealdred is one of the leading figures in the work, and it is likely that one of his clerks compiled the version.
Certainly Eugene's appearance was not impressive – " He was never good looking …" wrote the Duchess of Orléans, " It is true that his eyes are not ugly, but his nose ruins his face ; he has two large teeth which are visible at all times.
Certainly this impression is fully borne out by the beautiful and somewhat quaint works included in that great anthology.
Certainly this is not the full adoration in accordance with our faith, which is properly paid only to the divine nature, but it resembles that given to the figure of the honored and life-giving cross, and also to the holy books of the gospels and to other sacred objects " ( Definition of the Second Council of Nicaea ).
Certainly, there is a growing trend toward judging a state's domestic actions in the light of international law and standards.
Certainly this is not the full adoration in accordance with our faith, which is properly paid only to the divine nature, but it resembles that given to the figure of the honoured and life-giving cross, and also to the holy books of the gospels and to other sacred cult objects.
Certainly love is influenced by hormones ( such as oxytocin ), neurotrophins ( such as NGF ), and pheromones, and how people think and behave in love is influenced by their conceptions of love.
Certainly there is no warrant for assuming — as would-be " code-breakers " are prone to do — that either the spellings or the punctuation of any edition are Nostradamus ' originals.
Certainly is not zero, since has a simple pole at.
Certainly the best example of this is Falstaff, Shakespeare's portly and cowardly knight.
Certainly, committing more skillful and fewer unskillful actions is beneficial.
Ehyeh is usually translated " I will be ", since the imperfect tense in Hebrew denotes actions that are not yet completed ( e. g. Exodus 3: 12, " Certainly I will be with thee .").

Certainly and traditional
Certainly he maintained close links with Patavium, in later life taking an important part in the city's traditional festival.
" Certainly it was ahead of its time in turning back from the acid house then popular to more traditional songwriting in the vein of The Kinks or The Small Faces.
Certainly, it has once more reinforced the Polish population's already deeply rooted traditional suspicion of the state and politicians.
Certainly, the traditional three-piece sound has never been used in a more unorthodox fashion with such stunning results.

Certainly and clarity
Certainly much of the power of his work derives purely from his prose style, one of the most fluid, dense and evocative in all modern literature .... His eye for the details and resonances of even the most mundane objects, and his ability to express them crisply and almost prose-poetically, give to his work at once a clarity and a dreamlike nebulousness that is difficult to describe but easy to sense.
Certainly, Treadwell found a clarity in the wilderness with his beloved bears that he could not achieve in human society.

Certainly and music
Certainly not in Orchestra Hall where he has played countless recitals, and where Thursday night he celebrated his 20th season with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, playing the Brahms Concerto with his own slashing, demon-ridden cadenza melting into the high, pale, pure and lovely song with which a violinist unlocks the heart of the music, or forever finds it closed.
Certainly it is common for works of classical music to be admired in spite of, rather than because of, their libretti.
Certainly this was the case with church music from very early times.
Certainly her strange accent, brought with her from New York to San Francisco, carried a music new to the ears of a Western gambler and gunman.
Certainly the Sufis, brotherhoods of Muslim mystics, spread their music far and wide.
Certainly the Sufis, brotherhoods of Muslim mystics, spread their music far and wide.
Certainly, Price was heavily influenced by music from the 1980s, and all his records and sideprojects bear a heavy debt to the 1980s sounds of synthpop bands.
Certainly the music is more “ rustic ” than that found on many bhangra bands from the UK, but that did not reduce its impact.

Certainly and which
Certainly one of the most important comments that can be made upon the spiritual and cultural life of any period of Western civilization during the past sixteen or seventeen centuries has to do with the way in which its leaders have read and interpreted the Bible.
Certainly the entry of Turkic farmers following their horsemen ended the themes in Anatolia which had furnished the Empire with men and treasure.
Certainly in North Britain the Vikings were one reason behind the formation of the Kingdom of Alba, which eventually evolved into Scotland.
Certainly several church documents including a papal letter and two indulgences were printed, one of which was issued in Mainz.
Certainly cultures which appeared at Franchthi Cave in the Aegean and Lepenski Vir in the Balkans, and the Murzak-Koba ( 9100 – 8000 BCE ) and Grebenki ( 8500 – 7000 BCE ) cultures of the Ukrainian steppe, all displayed these adaptations.
Certainly many problems remained to be resolved, including re-establishing royal authority over the provinces and resolving the complex issue of which barons should control the contested lands and estates after the long civil war.
Certainly this would apply to the Zohar to which there did not exist other manuscripts to compare it with.
A journalist asked Tate in a late July interview if she believed in fate, to which she replied, " Certainly.
Certainly there are valuable details: while the European Kingfisher is now common in Ireland, Gerald states clearly that it was not found in Ireland in his time: on the other hand the European Dipper, which he had evidently not seen before, was very common.
Certainly some of the Ugaritic texts and Sanchuniathon report hostility between El and Hadad, perhaps representing a cultic and religious differences reflected in Hebrew tradition also, in which Yahweh in the Tanach is firmly identified with El and might be expected to be somewhat hostile to Baʿal / Hadad and the deities of his circle.
Certainly the government numbers do not include people in the refugee camps in Nepal and other persons forced out of Bhutan, which total approximately 125, 000.
Certainly, Sir Garnet Wolseley, taking over as Commander-in-Chief from Lord Chelmsford later that year, was unimpressed with the awards made to the defenders of Rorke ’ s Drift, saying " it is monstrous making heroes of those who shut up in buildings at Rorke ’ s Drift, could not bolt, and fought like rats for their lives which they could not otherwise save ".
Certainly the spirituality and concentration on light appealed to Rothko ’ s sensibilities, as did Angelico ’ s economic circumstances, which Rothko saw as similar to his own, having always been forced to struggle to exist as an artist.
Certainly, according to Regino of Prüm, Pascwet later ( in 873 ) paid a stipendiary dangeled of an undisclosed amount to hire as mercenaries some Vikings with which to harass his opponent for the ducal throne of Brittany, Vurfand, Count of Rennes.
Certainly, governments which had seen the wave of communist revolts after the First World War were keen to ensure that deeper reforms reduced the risk of mass social unrest after the Second World War.
Certainly Noah had one ark at the time of the flood, prefiguring one Church which perfect to one cubit having one ruler and guide, namely Noah, outside of which we read all living things were destroyed … We declare, say, define, and pronounce that it is absolutely necessary for the salvation of every human creature to be subject to the Roman Pontiff.

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