And woe to Boythorn or other daring wight who shall presumptuously
contest an inch with him!
Philip's sense of the situation was too complete for him not to be visited with glancing fears lest he had been intervening too presumptuously
in the action of Maggie's conscience, perhaps for a selfish end.
207-210) But these sons whom be begot himself great Heaven used to call Titans (Strainers) in reproach, for he said that they strained and did presumptuously
a fearful deed, and that vengeance for it would come afterwards.
They are just presumptuously
imposing their opinion on the whole world or at least trying to do so," he added.
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In 1543, before a permanent Spanish colony had been settled on the islands, explorer Ruy Loacutepez de Villalobos presumptuously
named the two islands of Leyte and Samar as Las Islas Filipinas (The Philipine Islands).
Then someone did come forward with presumptuously
irrefutable evidence and shared an infamous speech which was more than enough to expose the colonial mindset of Macaulay.
In God they obviously do not trust because they presumptuously
preempt God by judging and condemning God's human creations.
Yes, it was part of a culturally-biased program, implicitly (and presumptuously
) designed to purge them of their "Nativeness"; but was their mother deemed to be unfit to care for them?
This is the same man that is so presumptuously
deluded to the point of thinking that he has earned the right to teach Nigeria lessons about governance.
Its theme--the operation of divine grace on a group of diverse but closely connected characters--was perhaps presumptuously
large, but I make no apology for it.