Tecla Georgis renounced his abjuration
, and at his death persisted in his errors.
To refuse to suffer is a sign of weakness rather than of courage, and, moreover, was it not a sort of recusance to take leave of life in despondency, an abjuration
of the Christian faith which is based upon the sublime words of Jesus Christ: 'Blessed are they that mourn.
Though I made no further observation of her at the moment, I may mention here what I did not discover until afterwards, namely, that she was one of a series of protegees whom my aunt had taken into her service expressly to educate in a renouncement of mankind, and who had generally completed their abjuration
by marrying the baker.
In my case, the abjuration
might have taken the form of letting my kids attend the urban public schools.
is largely (though not entirely) vindicated, and his preservation of a copy of the Discorsi effects the liberal trial play's characteristic rapprochement, indeed absolution, between master and pupil.
In six chapters, he discusses abjuration
in its heyday, from the late twelfth century to the early fourteenth, as well as who the abjurers were, what crimes they committed, how they left England and where they arrived, their lives in exile, and how a few of them were able to return to life in England.
Monachal culture, dominated by temptations and demons, developed an optimistic perspective of the salvation of the individual: "Penitence is the daughter of reliance and the abjuration
In this volume William Chester Jordan takes a look at one of the more intriguing and under-studied topics in English medieval criminal law: abjuration
Many scholars have placed great importance on the ruinous consequences resulting from forced mental unawareness and abjuration
where awareness exists of collective ancestral personality in the villainous domestication of African-U.
The form of political competition defining democracy would need a more precise and unambiguous specification: the struggle for the highest executive and/or legislative office is in a democracy playing out in electoral processes constituted by a particular set of rules governing candidate, party and voter eligibility criteria, political rights of speech, association and information, electoral management bodies, electoral system, district boundaries, campaign contributions, voting requirements, rules for complaints and abjuration
, and so on.
defense industry, approval of these sales evidences perjuring obfuscation of the root causes of Pakistan's problems and abjuration
of what a better course of action might be.
But the poetic voice is not so naive so as to expect that this demonstration of humility would be enough, he is aware of the repercussions of his insolence as the abjuration
of Christ and the Holy Spirit would render him incapable of asking for the redemption that according to the Christian belief Christ has obtained for mankind; the Holy Spirit being both the messenger and message of His existence; and as the fear of the impossibility of absolution seizes the speaker's mind, he resorts with yet another self-referential line in which he attempts to justify his actions by arguing that if his words no longer have its complete potential of creation then they should not serve to condemn him eilher (v.