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" Likewise, John Paul II said in Laborem Exercens that by his work, man shares in the image of his Creator.
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Likewise and John
Likewise if John says he has a flush, but in fact he does not, his hand is judged on its actual merits, not his verbal declaration.
Likewise, John Anthony Walker was advised to by his handlers not to engage in espionage until he had been promoted to the highest position for which a polygraph test was not required, to refuse promotion to higher positions for which polygraph tests were required, and to retire when promotion was mandated.
Likewise Lelio's interpretation of " Before Abraham was I am " John 8: 58 as relating to the resurrection of Abraham was taken up by Fausto.
" Although the book makes the claim that PAZUZU ( like all entities listed therein ) was of Sumerian origin, critics John Wisdom Gonce III and Daniel Harms document the erroneous nature of such a claim, stating: " Likewise, the demon Pazuzu does not appear in myth until Assyria's rise in the first millennium B. c., long after Sumer's prime ...
Likewise Pope John Paul I, who chose his double name to honour predecessors John XXIII and Paul VI, and was succeeded by John Paul II.
Likewise the many Duchies of Silesia, Głogów also fell under the overlordship of King John of Bohemia in 1329.
Likewise, the Byzantine civil-servant, soldier and historian John Kinnamos calls these " axe-bearers " which guarded the Emperor " the British nation, which has been in service to the Romans ' Emperors from a long time back.
Likewise, LDS Apostles John Taylor, Orson Pratt ( a mathematician with an interest in astronomy ), Orson F. Whitney, and Alvin R. Dyer referred to Kolob as a planet.
Likewise, it has been used by House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, Speaker of the House of Representatives John Boehner, Senator Charles Grassley, Congressman Steve Buyer, and other Republicans.
Likewise, as part of a plea bargain John Walker Lindh consented to a gag order to not talk to the press or others.
Likewise, former Social Democratic and Labour Party leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner John Hume MLA MP MEP, who is the club's current president, stated in 1998 of the club's relationship with the community:
Likewise, Dionysius of Alexandria argued that Revelation was not written by John and could not be interpreted literally ; he was amillennial.
Likewise the Presbyterian minister supports the Conservative Party regardless of the fact that twenty-year veteran Liberal MP John Henry Bagshaw is a co-religionist and is seen as a supporter of that community.
Likewise, they were not offered a John Peel radio session, although they eventually did get one after asking Peel personally, following a Glastonbury performance which he appreciated.
Likewise, he made a small grant for the support of the child of the daughter of a local English farmer, of which John was the father.
Likewise, the explorer John C. Frémont used the Fort as both a staging area and as a replenishment junction, for his expeditions.
Likewise, the list of the Scriptures of the New and Eternal Testament, which the holy and Catholic Church receives: of the Gospels, one book according to Matthew, one book according to Mark, one book according to Luke, one book according to John.
Likewise, the canonical Epistles, seven in number: of the Apostle Peter, two Epistles < nowiki > and Second Epistle of Peter < nowiki ></ nowiki >; of the Apostle James, one Epistle ; of the Apostle John, one Epistle ; of the other John, a Presbyter, two Epistles < nowiki > and Third Epistle of John < nowiki ></ nowiki >; of the Apostle Jude the Zealot, one Epistle.
Likewise and Paul
Likewise, Eusebius hints to the fact that Paul was " too familiar " with his women followers, whom he called " subintroductae ".
Likewise, Paul Brennan's Henry was closely modelled after King Edward VIII, prior to his abdication.
Likewise, committee room 1A 002 in the Paul Henri Spaak building of the European Parliament in Brussels was called the Anna Lindh Room in memory of her.
Likewise, Jan Tinbergen, who won the first Nobel Prize in economics in 1969 for having developed and applied dynamic models for the analysis of economic processes, studied physics with Paul Ehrenfest at Leiden University.
" Likewise with the chalice ; then Paul states ( 11: 27 ) " Therefore whosoever shall eat this bread, or drink the chalice of the Lord unworthily, shall be guilty of the body and of the blood of the Lord.
Likewise, the first two winners of the contest, Brotherhood of Man and Lynsey de Paul & Mike Moran had many hits under their belts before attempting Eurovision.
Likewise and II
Likewise, after World War II, Germany was divided into four occupation zones, which later consolidated into West Germany and East Germany, the former a member of NATO and the latter a member of the Warsaw Pact.
Likewise, ten Roman Emperors were born in or near this city, Emperors Herennius Etruscus ( 251 ), Hostilian ( 251 ), Decius Traian ( 249-251 ), Claudius II ( 268-270 ), Quintillus ( 270 ), Aurelian ( 270-275 ), Probus ( 276-282 ), Maximianus Herculius ( 285-310 ), Constantius II ( 337-361 ) and Gratian ( 367-383 ).
Likewise, Depression-era audiences sought escapist entertainment over the stark realism of The Crowd, which filmmakers would not embrace again until after the end of World War II.
Likewise, in 1421, 10 Byzantine warships were engaged in support of the Ottoman pretender Mustafa against Sultan Murad II.
Likewise, Level II is providing water for 47. 39 % of all households, while Level III only served 3. 62 % of the total.
Likewise and said
Likewise, it is also said that the Cruz de la Victoria was at first carved in an oak's log by a lightning strike.
Likewise, when someone said " I don't know ", green slime, a gooey substance, would pour on him or her from above.
Likewise, at one of their concerts, a member of the Canadian Brass, referring to their arrangement of the jazz standard " Take the A Train ", said that they'd considered calling it " Take the train, eh ?".
Likewise, Wepwawet was said to accompany the pharaoh on hunts, in which capacity he was titled ( one with ) sharp arrow more powerful than the gods.
Likewise, in computer science, a problem that can be broken down recursively is said to have optimal substructure.
" Likewise, Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly gave the film a " B -" grade and said, " The Mummy would like to make you shudder, but it tries to do so without ever letting go of its jocular inconsequentiality.
" Likewise, in a January 2007 interview conducted for the PBS documentary " The Mormons ," Hinckley said of the First Vision, " t's either true or false.
Likewise, Harry Hotspur was said to have been hunting in the Cheviots when he and his hounds got holed-up in the Hen Hole ( or " Hell-hole ") awaiting the sound of a hunting horn to awaken them from their slumber.
Likewise, Heller created Minderbinder's famous saying " What's good for Milo Minderbinder, is good for the country " ( insert Syndicate or M & M Enterprises for Milo Minderbinder ) as a parody of Charles E. Wilson, who said " What is good for the country is good for General Motors, and what's good for General Motors is good for the country " during a hearing of a Senate subcommittee in 1952.
Likewise, at the 1787 Philadelphia Convention, Virginia delegate George Mason said that judges " could declare an unconstitutional law void.
Likewise, a line and a plane, or two planes, in three-dimensional Euclidean space that do not share a point are said to be parallel.
Likewise, in an episode of Bobby's World, Martha Generic uses the phrase to describe Bobby's messy room and he humorously mistakes her as having said " the wreck of asparagus.
Likewise, when a particle gains angular momentum, a positive rotational transition is said to have occurred.
In Kiddushin 72b, Adda bar Ahavah of the third century, is said to be " sitting in the bosom of Abraham ," Likewise " In the world to come Abraham sits at the gate of Gehenna, permitting none to enter who bears the seal of the covenant " according to Rabbi Levi in Genesis Rabba 67.
" Likewise, The Washington Post critic Tom Shales strongly criticized " Cartman Gets an Anal Probe ", but said the second episode was funny and included " cleverly intertwined " plot-lines.
" Likewise, Star-Ledger reporter Matt Zoller Seitz said, " Tonight's episode is crazy, vulgar and borderline blasphemous ; it is also, if you're in the right frame of mind, paralyzingly funny.
Likewise, Laura Kern of The New York Times said it was a blend of carefree romance, show-stopping action and sci-fi.
Likewise, ` Abdu ' l-Bahá said that literal story of Adam and Eve cannot be accepted, affirmed, or imagined, and that it " must be thought of simply as a symbol ".