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Both Secretary of War Baker and Secretary of Navy Daniels devoted much time and effort to the problem of providing reasonably normal and wholesome activities in camp for the millions of men who had been removed from their home environment.
Many Mormons hold weekly family home evenings, in which an evening is set aside for family bonding, study, prayer and other wholesome activities.
* Happiness and success come through following the teachings of Jesus and through " faith, prayer, repentance, forgiveness, respect, love, compassion, work, and wholesome recreational activities.
Primary to this woodcarvings rich appointment of iconography, are the auspicious symbols ( ashtamangala ) including: the " Precious Umbrella " that symbolizes the wholesome activity of preserving beings from harmful forces ; the " Victory Banner " that celebrates the activities of one's own and others ' body and mind over obstacles, as well as the " Vase of Treasure " holding and endless reign of wealth and prosperity.
Family Home Evening ( FHE ) or Family Night, in the context of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, refers to one evening per week, usually Monday, that families are encouraged to spend together in study, prayer and other wholesome activities.
A lengthy montage follows, in which the children of Springfield go outside and engage in various wholesome activities and that night Bart and Lisa brag about their various outdoor activities while Marge listens happily.
Because it is now legally able to, Itchy & Scratchy immediately returns to its old form and Springfield's children abandon their wholesome activities and return to spending every day indoors watching the violent Itchy & Scratchy cartoons.
For example, normal college student behaviour may be to party and drink alcohol, but for a subculture of religious students, normal behaviour may be to go to church and pursue wholesome activities.
Local residents lobbied for more ' wholesome ' activities and draws, and in 1910 the Pacific National Exhibition ( PNE ) was the result.

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Baker put the `` cribs '' and the saloons out of bounds, ordered the co-operation of military officers with local law authorities, and told communities that the troops would be moved unless wholesome conditions were restored.
Whatever Jones and The Monkees were meant to be, they became creative artists in their own right, and Jones's chipper Brit-pop presence was a big reason they were able to produce work that was commercial, wholesome and yet impressively weird.
On that day many servants were allowed to visit their mothers and were often served frumenty to celebrate and give them a wholesome meal to prepare them for their return journey.
Just as importantly, drinking fountains providing wholesome and safe water were erected by public prescription.
Unlike many independent directors of his era, he chose to cast actresses like Shari Eubank or Cynthia Myers who were considered extremely beautiful and wholesome.
In the investigation it appeared evident to the council that the proprietors were a set of unprincipled men, lawless, debouchees, counterfeiters, Bogus Makers, gamblers, peace disturbers, and that the grand object of said proprietors was to destroy our constitutional rights and chartered privileges ; to overthrow all good and wholesome regulations in society ; to strengthen themselves against the municipality ; to fortify themselves against the church of which I am a member, and destroy all our religious rights and privileges, by libels, slanders, falsehoods, perjury & sticking at no corruption to accomplish their hellish purposes.
Other religious figures became involved in the controversy surrounding the film, including Francis J. Spellman, the Catholic Archbishop of New York, who called it " sinful " and forbade Catholics in the archdiocese to see the film and James A. Pike of the Episcopal Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York, who countered Spellman by pointing out that there was more " sensuality " in the film The Ten Commandments than there was in Baby Doll, and argued that " the church's duty is not to prevent adults from having the experience of this picture, but to give them a wholesome basis for interpretation and serious answers to questions that were asked with seriousness.
In the early 20th century, these drawings of women helped define certain body images — such as being clean, being healthy, and being wholesomeand were enjoyed by both " normal " men and women ; but as time progressed these images changed from respectable to illicit.
These precepts are different from monastic vows and do not appear in the Vinaya Pitaka, but were formulated on the basis of the so-called " dasa-kusala-dhammas " ( ten wholesome actions ).
Though the before mentioned examples of feminine motifs of Daruma were satirical, the doll forms maintain the same wholesome image of a bringer of good luck.
Schary and studio chief and founder Louis B. Mayer were constantly at odds over philosophy ; Mayer favoring splashy, wholesome entertainment and Schary leaning toward what Mayer derided as " message pictures ".
As a result, Clark's servicemen's clubs were under considerable pressure to serve its members with wholesome entertainment.
Hollywood femmes fatales and fallen women characters were portrayed often in black halter-style dresses in contrast to the more conservative dresses of housewives or more wholesome Hollywood stars.
However, facsimilies of Minter's passionate letters to Taylor were printed in newspapers, forever shattering her screen image as a modest and wholesome young girl.
While teenager Andy's romantic misadventures were pivotal in most of the films, they were always " wholesome " affairs.
Grahame, whom audiences were used to seeing as a film noir siren, was viewed by some critics to be miscast as an ignorant country lass in a wholesome musical, and the paralysis of her upper lip from plastic surgery altered her speech and appearance.
All of the children that came from this relationship were " wholesome " and had no signs of retardation.
Of those, only the Gymnasium could lead directly to a technical university education, but it wasn ’ t a wholesome way since there were a lot of obligatory subjects which was at no use at a technical university education ( classical studies oldtidskundskab, religious studies, history, and physical education ).
These singers were bound by an unofficial set of morals ( artistic and personal ) dictated by Welk, and if he believed the audience did not find them wholesome enough, they would be fired.
Elements of the traditional fairy tale were woven into her films: wholesome goodness triumphing over meanness and evil, for example, or wealth over poverty, marriage over divorce, or a booming economy over a depressed one.
Noa — Then I'll tell thee — A ' zaid that envy were as foul a weed as grows, and cankers all wholesome plants that be near it — that's what a ' zaid.

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Affirmatively Baker worked on the premise that `` young men spontaneously prefer to be decent, and that opportunities for wholesome recreation are the best possible cure for irregularities in conduct which arise from idleness and the baser temptations ''.
We feel that The Detroit News is to be complimented upon arranging for articles on these subjects and we hope that it will continue to provide material along wholesome lines.
One of the most wholesome things you could schedule in your church would thus be a group confessional where people could admit of their inner tensions ''.
' I am she that is the natural mother of all things, mistress and governess of all the elements, the initial progeny of worlds, chief of powers divine, Queen of heaven, the principal of the Gods celestial, the light of the goddesses: at my will the planets of the air, the wholesome winds of the Seas, and the silences of hell be disposed ; my name, my divinity is adored throughout all the world in divers manners, in variable customs and in many names, [...] Some call me Juno, others Bellona of the Battles, and still others Hecate.
Carte believed that a school of wholesome, well-crafted, family-friendly, English comic opera could be as popular as the risqué French works dominating the London musical stage in the 1870s.
Succeeding a Dr Wilkinson on 14 October 1609, he became the Physician in charge at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, which enjoined him, " in God's most holy name " to " endeavor yourself to do the best of your knowledge in the profession of physic to the poor then present, or any other of the poor at any time of the week which shall be sent home unto you by the Hospitaller ... You shall not, for favor, lucre or gain, appoint or write anything for the poor but such good and wholesome things as you shall think with your best advice will do the poor good, without any affection or respect to be had to the apothecary.
Welk's insistence on wholesome entertainment led him to be a somewhat stern taskmaster at times.
Through his popular Schweizerbote ( Swiss Messenger ), the publication of which began in 1804, he exercised a wholesome influence on public affairs ; and the like may be said of his Miscellen für die neueste Weltkunde, issued from 1807 to 1813.
There is also apparently a ' price ' to be paid for these manifestations, as when Sauron is deprived of the ability to appear in a wholesome form.
In the United States Declaration of Independence, colonists complained that George III " has refused his Assent to Laws, the most wholesome and necessary for the public good has forbidden his Governors to pass Laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless suspended in their operation till his Assent should be obtained ; and when so suspended, he has utterly neglected to attend to them.
In 1905, The New York Times reported that he called it " a fight whose strategy and ethics are those of war ", that violation of rules cannot be prevented, that " the weaker man is considered the legitimate prey of the stronger " and that " no sport is wholesome in which ungenerous or mean acts which easily escape detection contribute to victory.
The New Gospel to All Peoples seemed to be that the time was now ripe for the Stopes message of wholesome sexual relations between husband and wife.
The food from Uttrakhand is known to be wholesome to suit the high-energy necessities of the cold, mountainous region.
Unlike the dragons in European mythology which are considered to be evil and demonic, Asian dragons are regarded as wholesome and beneficent, and thus worthy of veneration, not slaying.
The wholesome good looks of television actor Ed Kemmer are also believed to be a prototype for Lightyear.
Those terms are that the prize shall be given " for the American novel published during the year which shall best present the wholesome atmosphere of American life, and the highest standard of American manners and manhood.
And the American ' star '... cannot be our Joan, wholesome, lively, shining with purity, faith, courage and patriotism.
Other epithets can easily be omitted without serious risk of confusion, and are therefore known ( again in Latin ) as epitheton ornans ; thus the classical Roman author Virgil systematically called his main hero pius Aeneas, the epithet being pius, which means religiously observant, humble and wholesome, as well as calling the armsbearer of Aeneas fidus Achates, the epithet being fidus, which means faithful or loyal.
It was soon decided that there was a need for more " wholesome " surroundings, and it was generally accepted that south Tonbridge would be more suitable for the development of a new school.
Ebichu is sometimes joked by fans to be the complete polar opposite of Hamtaro, a popular children's anime featuring a hamster in more wholesome adventures.
The pods, preserved like those of the tamarind, are said to be wholesome and slightly aperient.

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