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So, walking in awe, he became familiar with God, who resided chiefly in Drew Centennial Church with its high steeple and clock.
from Brown Corpus
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So and walking
So a person's liberty right of walking extends precisely to the point where another's claim right limits his or her freedom.
So as Dominguito del Val was walking by one of the Jewish houses in his acolyte's and choirboy's cassock, some great big hands took him by the neck and covered his face with a mantle, blocking his mouth with cloth so he could not say a word.
* Selected poetry of Phyllis Gotlieb-Biography & 15 poems ( Aquarius, as I was walking down the street, A Catful of Buttermilk, Death's Head, A Discourse, A Double Vision, First Person Demonstrative, Hospitality, Latitude, Ordinary, Moving, Red Black White, Seventh Seal, So Long It's Been, Thirty-Six Ways of Looking at Toronto Ontario, What I Know ( Making Free with Villon's Smalltalk ))
So the closure of a road or reduction in its capacity ( e. g. reducing the number of available lanes ) will result in the adjustment of traveller behaviour to compensate-for example, people might stop making particular trips, condense multiple trips into one, retime their trips to a less congested time, or switch to public transport, walking or bicycling, depending upon the values of those trips or of the schedule delay they experience.
So far these have included a waving coal miner, a lady cleaning her window, a miniature children's play area, walking horses at a cider works, and even a painter falling from a ladder.
' So I ’ ll be walking through the airport in Japan, and people will come up and say, ' Hi, Happy Boy!
So popular had tightrope walking become, that one Sydney resident wrote to the Sydney Morning Herald to complain of " the Blondin business " that saw people walking on high wires wherever the opportunity arose.
So emotional was the moment for Sparks that she fell to the ground in tears numerous times while walking back to the clubhouse.
So instead of the high school coach walking up to a kid in the hallways of school and asking them to try wrestling, they should ask the kid if he wants to learn self defense.
So the Jews expelled from Nuremberg in 1499 settled in Fürth ; those expelled from Nördlingen ( 1507 ) settled in Kleinerdlingen ; those who could not gain entrance into the city of Lübeck settled in the village of Moisling — all places of settlement within easy walking distance of the cities in which they were denied residence.
So and awe
So and became
`` So extensive became her circle of admirers '', Egyptian police said, `` that her escapades caused distrust ''.
So, for happy years, Helva scooted around in her shell with her classmates, playing such games as Stall, Power-Seek, studying her lessons in trajectory, propulsion techniques, computation, logistics, mental hygiene, basic alien psychology, philology, space history, law, traffic, codes: all the et ceteras that eventually became compounded into a reasoning, logical, informed citizen.
So he became a kind of emblem to the Athenians, who inscribed on his statues: ' Restrain your tongues, your appetites, your passions.
After Christians in Ephesus first wrote to their counterparts recommending Apollos to them, he went to Achaia where Paul names him as an apostle ( 1 Cor 4: 6, 9-13 ) Given that Paul only saw himself as an apostle ' untimely born ' ( 1 Cor 15: 8 ) it is certain that Apollos became an apostle in the regular way ( as a witness to the risen Lord and commissioned by Jesus-1 Cor 15: 5-9 ; 1 Cor 9: 1 ).< ref > So the Alexandrian recension ; the text in < sup > 38 </ sup > and Codex Bezae indicate that Apollos went to Corinth.
The Paige / Dickson duet " I Know Him So Well " became a major UK # 1 hit, and Murray Head's " One Night in Bangkok " gave Andersson / Ulvaeus a US # 3 hit.
So, Bogotá became one of the principal administrative centers of the Spanish possessions in the New World, along with Lima and Mexico City, though it remained somewhat backward compared to those two cities in several economic and logistical ways.
So it was that New Castle lawyer Thomas McKean denounced the Stamp Act in the strongest terms, and Kent County native John Dickinson became the " Penman of the Revolution.
So the issue of " acceptability ", up to that time mainly concerning theory, finally became experimentally decidable.
South Korean scholar So Jin Cheol claim that Bu is not Yūryaku but Sima, who became King Muryeong of Baekje.
So strong was Galenism that other authors such as Hippocrates began to be seen through a Galenic lens, while his opponents became marginalised and other medical sects such as Asclepiadism slowly disappeared.
So, all works of Lovecraft published during his lifetime, became public domain in all 27 European Union countries on 1 January 2008.
So, the science fiction fans began to organize, and became aware of themselves as a movement, a social force ; this was probably decisive for the subsequent history of the genre.
So I, Feral Faun, became ... an anarchist ... a writer ... a Stirner-influenced, post-situationist, anti-civilization theorist ... if not in my own eyes, at least in the eyes of most people who've read my writings.
So, the later-imported term became a synonym for the native English word scir () or, in Modern English, shire
So I said, ' There is more action going on in my hometown with my friends dealing with the fact that they can't deal with turning 30 or with commitment ' - all that became Beautiful Girls ".
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 it seems that Newton abandoned pursuits to which he was normally dedicated, and did very little else for well over a year and a half, but concentrated on developing and writing what became his great work.
Other songs, like the weary " American Tune " or the melancholic " Something So Right " – a tribute to Simon's first wife, Peggy – became standards in the musician's catalogue.
Long drawn-out jams in numbers like " Spoonful ", " N. S. U. ", " I'm So Glad ", and " Sweet Wine " became live favourites, while songs like " Sunshine of Your Love ", " Crossroads ", and " Tales of Brave Ulysses " remained reasonably short.
Rushton was involved as one of the hosts in the early episodes of another satirical programme in late 1964 Not So Much A Programme, but drifted away as it became the vehicle that launched David Frost as a chat show host.
For the hit Broadway show, " Hot Chocolates ", he and Razaf wrote "( What Did I Do to Be So ) Black and Blue " ( 1929 ), which became a hit for Ethel Waters and Louis Armstrong.
So it seems the original form of the name was Ashk-Abad ( which means the city built by Ashk ), and because of Turkish pronunciation of the name it became like it is today.
So and familiar
So much for the tiresome facts, as familiar to you, I'm sure, as to the constables and state troopers who followed in your wake.
So familiar to us are both the materials and the manner that we forget how extraordinary they must have seemed at the time ... Ingres ' manner of drawing was as new as the century.
So, Bessel's formula could be said to be the most consistently accurate difference formula, and, in general, the most consistently accurate of the familiar polynomial interpolation formulas.
So many of the tunes of our well-known popular songs were actually written by the great masters -- like these familiar themes ... "
So persons who can declare their naturalistic worldview using the term bright extend beyond the familiar secularist categories, as long as they do not hold theistic worldviews.
So as a corollary to advice of writing about what we know, maybe we should add getting familiar with our ignorance, and the possibilities therein for writing a good story.
So, too, we are to be careful not to introduce into the sphere of the Torah foreign ideas … Rather, we should always be mindful of the superiority of the Torah, which differs from all other scientific knowledge through its Divine origin … Sages do not demand of us to completely ignore all the scientific knowledge … rather that a person familiar with these other realms of knowledge, but … only from the Torah's perspective … and they warn us that neglecting this perspective will jeopardize our intellectual life.
So when two botanists from California found a distinct tree in western Nevada in 1948 with some marked differences from the Ponderosa Pine they were familiar with in California, they described it as a new species, Washoe Pine, Pinus washoensis.
Ferguson, believed that a distinction should be made between the health resorts with which people were familiar and the new tuberculosis treatment hospitals: " So they decided to use a new word which instead of being derived from the Latin noun sanitas, meaning health, would emphasize the need for scientific healing or treatment.
So ultimately, this moment of friendship between the Crips and Nuestra Familia is a classical element of California gang history for those who are familiar, because the politics ( i. e. color lines ) that were erased to bring justice to a man's life.
So what is left worth living for ?< span id =" KindnessQuote "></ span > This alone: justice in thought, goodness in action, speech that cannot deceive, and a disposition glad of whatever comes, welcoming it as necessary, as familiar, as flowing from the same source and fountain as yourself.
" So, for example, Chapter 5 on ' Charity ' takes just one quotation from the Bible, combining it with less familiar sources:
Retrospective reviews were less forgiving, with Allmusic stating that both the compositions and the performances are uniformly weak, adding up to " a competent, if perfunctory effort in the band's familiar style ", while Robert Christgau's review consisted of a single sentence followed by the note ' Giveaway: "( Sometimes I Feel So ) Uninspired.