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godward

(ˈɡɒdwəd)
adv
(Theology) towards God
adj
(Theology) tending towards God
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But you are in God's keeping, and Godward should you ever look in danger and in trouble.
He added a second title two years later, overcoming John Godward, of Ellon McDonald, by 3&2 at Kintore.
The company paid $14.45 million in April for the Edinborough Corporate Center at 3300 Edinborough Way in Edina, and $49 million in March for three Minneapolis office buildings at 1300 Godward St.
There are three directions to this condensed command of love: Godward, other-ward, and self-ward.
Harry Bosomworth attacked Ken Godward, 76, and Roger Lamb, 79, with his walking stick in 2015 at St James's University Hospital in Leeds.
Ken Godward, 76, and Roger Lamb, 79, died after they were beaten with a walking-stick by 70-year-old Harry Bosomworth at St James's University Hospital, in Leeds, in February 2015.
Godward et al., "Use of ultrasound-guided axillary node core biopsy in staging of early breast cancer," European Radiology, vol.
[19.] Kim, K., Godward, T., Takiguchi, M., and Aoki, S., "Part 2: The Effects of Lubricating Oil Film Thickness Distribution on Gasoline Engine Piston Friction," SAE Technical Paper 2007-01-1247, 2007, doi:10.4271/2007-01-1247.
For painting, head to Trinity House, which offers Tranquility by John William Godward, a disciple of Lawrence Alma-Tadema, while a more abstract take on the theme can be found at Foster-Gwin, which offers a vibrant, gestural composition by the Abstract Expressionist painter, James Kelly.
Previously, Reed was the general counsel and corporate secretary at Anadys Pharmaceuticals as well as part of Cooley Godward and Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison.
Concerning "Men's Affections to Godward": Hobbes on the First and Eternal Cause of All Things, R.
He practiced at Cooley Godward, LLP; Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP and Rothgerber Johnson & Lyons, LLP, where he was the partner in charge of licensing matters, before founding his own law firm, Law Offices of Craig Garby, LLC.