If the poets speak truly, why then we had better be unjust, and offer of the fruits of injustice; for if we are just, although we may escape the vengeance of heaven, we shall lose the gains of injustice; but, if we are unjust, we shall keep the gains, and by our sinning and praying, and praying and sinning, the gods will be propitiated
, and we shall not be punished.
Even Miss Miggs, who was divided between admiration of Mr Chester and a mortal jealousy of her young mistress, had sufficient leisure to be propitiated
It is worth highlighting that unlearning also enables agents to learn other capacities or positions as time goes by, which may facilitate interaction of the competing agent to participate in the demand propitiated
by the competitive environment agent, as long as their assets or SS are enough for their survival.
This behavior would have been propitiated
by the conditions of climatic normality in the northern region of the department of Magdalena, which are maintained.
Social settings with a code "from the other world" in the context of healthcare would be propitiated
by health models with a holistic view of the human being.
Considering responsibility as the answer each individual must give before decisions made and actions taken, turns from this moment into the foundation of some reflections that have propitiated
the building and understanding of the capitalist world we are immersed in.
The results show that the educational intervention centered on the case analysis method favored conceptual learning within the group with intervention, a situation agreeing with that found by Castellanos, (8) Blanco (9), and Betancourt; (10) however, upon comparing between groups if the educational intervention, in contrast with habitual teaching, propitiated
higher learning, no significant evidence was found, although it must be considered that the control group had a higher pre-test score than the intervention group, that is, that of the control simply did not change, while that of the study began lower and improved somewhat, a significant effect of the educational intervention also did not exist when comparing group, measurement, and interaction.
Therefore, the SR increasing allowed by the inclusion of LBMt propitiated
the occurrence of an overgrazing in the lower stracta (showed through the reduction in the HLS) as well, in the last period, a significative increase in the LBMt proportion in the FMa.
The increasing demand for water and subsequent strain on resources has propitiated
the search for alternative sources, such as gray water, desalination and rainwater.
In Phoenician temples women prostituted themselves for hire in the service of religion, believing that by this conduct they propitiated
the goddess and won her favor.
The dancer along with the drummers recites the particular ritual song, which describes the myths and legends, of the deity of the shrine or the folk deity to be propitiated
the British by acknowledging in the Council conclusions that "ever closer union" may not be for everyone.