Those black angularities which his face had used to put on when his wishes were thwarted now did duty in picturing the incorrigible backslider
who would insist upon turning again to his wallowing in the mire.
Once back on the streets, caught between the daily realities of poverty, homelessness, illness, addiction, and the looming threat of reincarceration, most of them will scramble to survive as chronically unemployed recyclers, panhandlers, hustlers, and backsliders
(Gowan 2010), while the few "successful"ones will be channeled into the secondary labor market of minimum-wage, insecure, and degraded work, where they will serve alternatively as a hyper-exploited labor force or as a disposable reserve army of labor (Bumiller 2015; Doussard 2013).
But the pull of politics was not the only thing that made men backsliders
18) However, Russia is one of the democratic backsliders
and China never was democratic.
Instead, Abe should use his power to push Japan toward becoming a freer and more equal society -- a beacon to other countries in Asia, and a counterpoint to the troubling backsliders
of the West.
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Mison has been conducting periodic personnel changes in his crusade against graft and corruption in the bureau, rewarding good performers with plum assignments and the suspected backsliders
to insignificant posts.
claim that they're forgiven and born again, all is well and the beat can go on.
While the first-generation missionaries exclaimed as early as the 1820s that the ancient culture was dead, the second-generation missionaries represented Hawaiians as backsliders
Still, they pray, even the unbelievers, even the backsliders
In its recently issued "Nations in Transit" report, which tracks democratic development in the region stretching from Central Europe to Central Asia, Hungary was named one of the worst backsliders
Let our zealous backsliders
forethink now with themselves, how thir