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With the swiftness and wide-reaching of multitudinous thought Charles Butler's whole life was telescoped upon his vision.
Washington's character, then, went the missionary zeal of New England, influenced by one of the strongest personalities in modern education, and the wide-reaching moral earnestness of General Armstrong himself These influences are easily recognizable in Mr.
The hard times of the preceding year had thrust great masses of the proletariat beneath the starvation line, and the continued and wide-reaching disorder had but sunk them deeper.
And so complete and wide-reaching was it that complications and knotty situations constantly arose.
Abbott redistricting case before the Supreme Court this week could be dramatic and wide-reaching, writes redistricting lawyer Michael Li.
St John Ambulance Northumbria has a wide-reaching youth and schools programme and hundreds of children take part in first aid courses and training schemes within their schools.
The College of Law has won numerous awards and accolades over the years for its innovative and wide-reaching pro-bono work.
It leverages SAP's "deep expertise and existing software for wide-reaching compliance requirements such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act in the United States; applications such as SAP[R] Global Trade Services to help companies across diverse industries manage international trade compliance challenges; and solutions for distinct industry demands, including emissions standards in chemicals and utilities sectors, FDA requirements for pharmaceutical companies and Basel II for the banking sector," the company said.
Add inspirational stories and keys to understanding the music industry and you have a wide-reaching 'how to' guide for singers who would move to the next level: public performance.
The 18-year-old was made the subject of a wide-reaching banning order in October, 2002 after terrorising residents in Hemlington.
Although Luke does not tell us about it, I am certain that there was a "Christian Communion in Jerusalem" who could not stomach Peter's revelation of God's wide-reaching love.