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Mason's devoutly Christian step-family gift him a Bible and a shotgun.
Riyadh, Muharram 5, 1435, Nov 8, 2013, SPA -- The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Called on the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to shoulder, strenuously and devoutly, its responsibilities and turn its sayings into actions, to meet member states' interests.
Culture Minister TB Ekanayake said that police officers had contemptibly devalued traditional weddings in a devoutly Buddhist country.
The Senate appeal devoutly recognized the "Supreme Authority and just Government of Almighty God" and requested the president to designate a day for national prayer and humiliation.
The family of 55-year-old 'Mr L', a devoutly religious man from Greater Manchester who is in a "minimally conscious" state, say all steps should be taken to keep him alive.
First, whilst you may devoutly believe something, the vast majority (whether atheist, agnostic or following another religion) think you are deluded and wrong - you should at least consider this may be correct.
I'm a fan of both men, devoutly so in Colbert's case, but they missed a great opportunity that day.
We hold this carnival devoutly which allows us to enjoy this special day with ghosts, and they will bless us," said festival-goer, Hu Ming-Hwa.
The opposition, on the other hand, is devoutly remaining silent.
What has not gone, or so the publishers devoutly hope, is the interest in those two men or the power they yielded.
This issue of the Prospect features two articles, one by pollster GUY MOLYNEUX and the other by our own ROBERT KUTTNER, that devoutly hope it does.
WHEN it comes to punting on festival races I'm not a big fan of sticking devoutly to rules, but here are a number of points that may steer you in the right direction.
Navigating several patches of narrative turbulence on the sheer strength of Melissa Leo's lead performance, writer-director Travis Fine's "The Space Between" brings together opposites--a cranky, cussing flight attendant and a devoutly Muslim 10-year-old boy--to press a message of cultural unity and emotional healing in the wake of 9/11.
For almost a decade, Turkey has been in the midst of one of the world's most unusual and important transformations, as its devoutly secularist elite has given ground to a devoutly Islamic one that seems bent on modernizing and democratizing the country, even as it tries to win a bigger leadership role for Turkey in the Islamic world.
The message came in the sermon of a mass in St Peter s Basilica shortly before the bishops started two days of crisis talks with the pope to formulate a response to the revelations of abuse by clergy that have shaken devoutly Catholic Ireland.