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So, I put my Bible to the practical test of noting what it says about itself, and then tested it to see how it worked.
from Brown Corpus
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`` So help me, Crouch, I'd like to kill you where you stand, but, before I do, I'm going to hear you admit killing him.
So far as I am concerned, the child is unmistakably father to the man, despite the obvious fact that child and father differ greatly -- sometimes for the better and sometimes for the worse.
So, I say, Mr. Speaker, God bless you and keep you for many years not only for this body but for the United States of America and the free world.
So many times I have wondered why veterinarians do not wipe the table clean before each new canine patient is placed on it for examination.
So in closing, fellow retired members, I advise you to make the most of each day, enjoy each one to the n'th degree.
So what I am trying to tell you is the ' why ' -- that is my point -- and that concerns the spirit of the matter.
So far as I know, the Comedie has never put Moliere's people in the costumes of the 20th century, but they do reinterpret plays and characters.
So and put
So Captain Jenks returned to his harbor post to watch the scouting plane put in five more appearances, and to feel the certainty of this dread rising within him.
So I came up with the title ‘ Sabbath Bloody Sabbath ,’ and sort of put it in how the band was feeling at the time, getting away from management, mixed with the state Ireland was in.
So, after considering everything very thoroughly, I must finally conclude that the proposition, I am, I exist, is necessarily true whenever it is put forward by me or conceived in my mind.
As one article put it: " So why do we agree to a system in which we're dependent on a foreign country's whim before we can prosecute a criminal inside our own borders?
So tame was the Parliament grown, that though it was most visible that Monk's letters and Arthur Haslerig's instructions were designed for the dissolution of the longstanding Long Parliament, they were obeyed by the remainder of the members and all these designs were to be put into execution.
" This put the Academy in an awkward position, as they felt the paper to be “ inadequate and trivial ,” but they did not want to “ treat her as a professional colleague, as they would any man, by simply rejecting the work .” So Augustin-Louis Cauchy, who had been appointed to review her work, recommended she publish it, and she followed his advice.
" So God said to him, ' Since you have asked for this and not for long life or wealth for yourself, nor have asked for the death of your enemies but for discernment in administering justice, I will do what you have asked ...'" ( 1 Kings 3: 11-12 ) The Hebrew Bible also states that: " The whole world sought audience with Solomon to hear the wisdom God had put in his heart.
So also Colin Nicholl who has put forward a substantial argument for the authenticity of Second Thessalonians.
So I took a piece of paper and on the left I put everything I could do, or had skills for, and all the things I couldn't do.
These coffee-house clubs soon became hotbeds of political scandal-mongering and intriguing, and in 1675 King Charles II issued a proclamation which ran: “ His Majesty hath thought fit and necessary that coffee houses be ( for the future ) put down and suppressed ,” because “ in such houses divers false, malitious and scandalous reports are devised and spread abroad to the Defamation of his Majesty ’ s Government and to the Disturbance of Peace and Quiet of the Realm .” So unpopular was this proclamation that it was almost instantly found necessary to withdraw it, and by Anne ’ s reign the coffee-house club was a feature of England ’ s social life.
So, at the age of 18, Fort left New York on a world tour to " put some capital in the bank of experience ".
So he is said to have taken a ruler and put one end at Moscow, the other at Saint Petersburg, and then drawn a straight line – but his finger was slightly sticking out, and this left the railroad with a small curve.
He wrote in 1939, “ So much of every art is an expression of the subconscious that it seems to me most of all the important qualities are put there unconsciously, and little of importance by the conscious intellect .”
On the expulsion of Germans after World War II he said: " So far as the conscience of humanity should ever again become sensitive, will this expulsion be an undying disgrace for all those who remember it, who caused it or who put up with it.