The bill consecrates
equality of rights between the hosting countries' nationals and migrant workers.
After years of keeping a private vow of celibacy, she asked her local bishop to consecrate
her virginity and betrothed herself to Jesus.
The group's director, Stephen Parkinson, said, "If they consecrate
women as bishops, that's the end.
War memorials consecrate
ideas, battlefields consecrate
events, but this show consecrates
the individuals," said D.
Given its profound conviction in the universality and the inter-dependence of human rights, Tunisia consecrates
these principles "which are the basis of the attributes of citizenship and setting up a new relationship between the citizen and the authority, one to be based on respect of the public and individual freedoms," adds the statement.
It is not the other way around--an ordained minister is not the leader of a community because he confers and consecrates
Sprinkling this ground with earth from Israel consecrates
this ground,'' Siegal instructed the children, many of whom carried small Torahs.
TUNIS (TAP) - The Union of Tunisian Judges voiced discontent at the draft decree-law pertaining to the status of Tunisian justices, describing it as "mediocre" document since it consecrates
the hegemony of the Executive over the Judicial, pointing out that reform of the judicial system requires that all sides concerned with justice be involved.