She besought him, more pathetically and earnestly, with her little supplicatory
hand, than she could have done in any words.
Lorry, in a soothing tone, bringing his left hand from the back of the chair to lay it on the supplicatory
fingers that clasped him in so violent a tremble: "pray control your agitation-- a matter of business.
Here, the old gentleman was seized with a violent fit of coughing, which, being terminated, he nodded his head and winked and made several supplicatory
and threatening gestures to his son, all of which Sam Weller steadily abstained from seeing.
Dua is complete and full submission to the Creator - it is an acceptance by the supplicatory
that he is in need of Allah SWT and that man alone cannot achieve anything, without seeing Dua as the essence of worship.
Once more, the use of red is suggestive; here, the girl's socks, paired with her supplicatory
gesture, recall Piero della Francesca.
Kim looked far more confident compared to their last meeting in Singapore, while Trump welcomed Kim with his palm facing up -- a sign, said body language expert Karen Leong, that was almost supplicatory
The celebrations traditionally began with a supplicatory
prayer service delivered by Bulgarian Patriarch Neophyte in the Saint Nedelya church, the same church where a service had been held in the presence of General Gurko after the liberation.
Tenor Gwyn Hughes Jones delivered with an appropriate hint of a supplicatory
sob, and mezzo-soprano Karen Cargill was warm and involving (Verdi probably expected a harsher sound, but would have welcomed this approach), and shared a wonderful empathy with the soprano Latonia Moore.
While this may be true, a more considered analysis of the different Sufi and intellectual milieux of Iran might force one to rethink his context and the reasons why elements of his exegetical, supplicatory
, and philosophical corpus are written as they are.
Do you not agree that it would be a very healthy thing for presidents to make such a humble, supplicatory
journey every week and be reminded that they serve a bigger idea than power, a nobler entity than a political party?
She switches to polite pleading and negotiation by begging, "I pray youe awaie and let me be" (9), using the supplicatory
verb "pray." She calls upon the power of public shaming by threatening to testify about her assault: "In faith all the world wyll speake of this," she promises (10), then declares, "I crye, that all the strete my voyce shall heare" (13).
It is, unfortunately, replete with the permissive language of multilateral diplomacy, such as governments 'aim to' (rather than 'will'), 'should' (rather than 'shall'), 'may' (rather than 'must'), and the ubiquitous sovereign escape clause: 'in light of different national circumstances.' (8) Such qualified 'maybes' renders the Agreement more supplicatory
than compulsory, a glass less half-full than a leaky colander of questionable intents.