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In the article written by Maged Al-Kholidy "Is there love for the sake of love?
Ideal for the sake expert or neophyte, the Sashi sake experience is incomparable.
mandating, alarmed him for the sake of her bleeding cleavage--belatedly
Signer, Coming Together for the Sake of God: Contributions to Jewish-Christian Dialogue From Post-Holocaust Germany gathers position papers and guides from the discussion group "Jews and Christians" sponsored by the Central Committee (a federation of groups) of the German Catholic Church.
At that time, my philosophy was, "Practice medicine for the sake of medicine and not for the sake of the lawyers.
For his sake -- and for the sake of the hundreds of thousands of LAUSD students and teachers -- let's hope he does a good job.
Let's all pray it's a long way away from the nearest B&Q, not so much for his sake but for the sake of council taxpayers and most certainly for the sake of his poor, poor new neighbours
For the sake of argument let's say I've convinced someone that overfunding is a problem.
The theological commitment of the work is as follows: "The church reads the Old Testament faithfully only if its reading is not for its own sake but for the sake of the broken world to which it is sent--the world God loves and seeks to judge and redeem" (p.
For the sake of comparison, DVDs, which can contain a two-hour movie, hold 4.
For the sake of humanity, for the sake of the Palestinians who suffer, for the sake of the Israelis who are under attack, we must stop the terror.
The highest form, however, was still the "red" martyrdom of those who shed their blood for the sake of Christ.
The leaflet quoted from Isaiah: "For the sake of Zion I will not be silent; for the sake of Jerusalem I will not be still.
Nothing like Stonewall, where people stood their ground and knowingly put themselves, not other people, in harm's way truly for the sake of individual freedom.