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prayers proclaiming God's anger against sinners

a threat of divine punishment or vengeance

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Epigram on a Suicide A B Patterson 1864 Australia Waltzing Matilda W B Yeates 1865 Ireland An Irish Airman Foresees Death Edward Robinson 1869 USA Richard Cory Robert Service 1874 Canada A Song of Suicide Siegfried Sassoon 1886 UK Suicide in the Trenches Dorothy Parker 1893 USA Rhyme Against Living Robert Graves 1895 UK Call it a Good Marriage Stevie Smith 1902 UK Exeat Louis MacNeice 1907 Ireland The Suicide A D Hope 1907 Australia A Commination Anne Sexton 1928 USA The Doctor of the Heart Sylvia Plath 1932 USA Electra on Azalea Path Paul Durcan 1944 Ireland Thinking About Suicide Lisa Zaran 1969 USA Leaves Table 2 Poets and poems arranged according to their apparent beliefs regarding the causal/trigger factors of suicide Poet Poem Category Plath Electra on A.
Other causes of implant failure in cases of commination include re-vascularized bone fragments and small fracture gaps caused by unsuccessful reduction and stabilization (Fossum et al.
While some mak nyahs decided to renegotiate their relationships with institutionalized Islam and others chose to distance themselves from it, all of them rejected its commination of them and reconfigured it within their personal spiritualities that permitted them to live as empowered mak nyahs.
That is because, if in the criminal law scope, the Constitution states that there is no crime without previous law that defines it, nor penalty without prior legal commination (48), there is in the tax sphere need to respect the constitutional precept that disciplines on the impossibility of existence or increase of tribute with no law that establishes it (49).
there is a surprising degree of consensus that hostility and commination, as opposed to intimacy and physical pleasure, are central to sexual excitement".
The tragic irony of the scene resides in the fact that this moment, transcendental in terms of Norma's humanity, coincides with her utmost humiliation as high priestess: the stripping other priestly coronet, the black veil, the funeral pyre, the commination.
6) Ariel's commination (25) evokes confession from contrite Alonso, but contempt from Sebastian and Antonio.
In an ESL classroom, lessons must be centred around oral language and the specifics of oral commination need to be explicitly taught.
Until the Church produces its new forms of confession, it's worth reading the Commination Service in the Book of Common Prayer, which helps to describe the fate of those who do not say "sorry".
The preface of the 1559 Prayer Book service of commination contained a candid acknowledgment of the place of effective discipline and its absence in the church as presently constituted.
the Lord in his law has forbidden and condemned it [swearing], yea and that after a special manner; for whereas he hath given us tenne Commandments, hee hath added a commination or threatning but unto two of them, the first forbidding of idolatry .
This ceremony was adopted in the Prayer Book in the service, A Commination against Sinners.