TMC chief Sanjeev Jaiswal has said the focus is on pan-city development, which includes developing waterfront projects, introducing new railway stations, traffic management at Teen Hath
Naka and improving Thane station.
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no temptation taken you but such as is common to man.
34) In a similar but less politically pointed vein, Cranmer's preface to the Great Bible of 1540 expresses a comprehensive vision of English Bible readers: "For the Holy Ghost hath
so ordered and attempered the scriptures, that in them as well publicans, fishers, and shepherds may find their edif ication, as great doctors their erudition.
She is very excited, and says of herself, 'That which hath
made them drunk hath
made me bold / What hath
quench'd them hath
given me fire' (2.
Re$ubmitIt enables our commercial accountholders to save time and money in the check collection process with the added ability to increase the number of NSF checks collected electronically," said Lyn Hath
, president of Bank of Botetourt and chairman of the VACB Services Committee.
anointed me to preach the Gospel to the poor.
I am reminded of 25 Matthew, 29: 'from him that hath
not shall be taken away even that which he hath
Just like that busybody at the MCC, hell hath
no fury like a man with a little power and a little, well, you catch my drift.
Marconet, who said one of his goals was to look better naked, said he is rewarded by looking down in the shower and seeing ``what God hath
Luther embraced the new technology as "God's highest and extremest act of grace," and John Foxe would later say in his Book of Martyrs, "God hath
opened the press to preach, whose voice the pope is unable to stop with all the puissance of his triple crown.
He insists that "Nature hath
made women with smothe facis, and men rough and full of heere" (10), and that therefore it "beseemeth menne to have longe beardes, for [it is] ch iefely by that token .
In 1562 the Convocation of the Church of England decided that, 'The Bishop of Rome hath
no jurisdiction in this Realm of England.
Her solicitor Ian Graham said: "Hell hath
no fury like a woman scorned and this is what led to the orgy of destruction.
if it did not cut off those relations that God hath
set amongst men, yet it did at least much diminish and take off the mutual respects that should be preserved amongst them.
The narrator asks the assembled company, "what my maysters is euery man at once in a browne study, hath
no man affeccion to any of these storyes?