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If thou desirest to mount unto this height, thou must set out courageously, and lay the axe to the root, that thou mayest pluck up and destroy that hidden inordinate inclination to thyself, and unto all private and earthly good.
Then shall all vain imaginations, evil perturbations, and superfluous cares fly away; then shall immoderate fear leave thee, and inordinate love shall die.
Thiruvananthapuram: A protest by cargo truck owners against the inordinate delay in clearing cargo at the Walayar check post near Palakkad in Kerala has affected cargo movement into the state.
Obviously it is a position that is important, but it seems an inordinate sum.
INORDINATE DELAYS: The CAG sought a review of the Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL) development project as its cost doubled due to inordinate delays.
We often hear from the pulpit today that material things offer no barrier to salvation as long as we do not hold an inordinate desire for them.
BEING a father-of-four I spent an inordinate amount of my time and an even more inordinate part of my wage supermarket shopping.
The early church in Acts and the encyclicals of numerous popes have provided guidance on the inordinate accumulation of all treasure: time, talent and money.
We paid inordinate attention in the early days of New Labour to courting, assuaging, and persuading the media," Mr Blair said in a speech to Reuters.
Fox), lost his beloved dad to an early grave and has spent an inordinate amount of his life watching "University Challenge," a TV trivia game show that is the U.
The premise that co-location is required is invalid, and we need to stop spending inordinate amounts of time, energy and money to maintain it as our fundamental operational structure.
The members of these committees (Committee on Corporate Reporting, Committee on Corporate Finance, Committee on Benefits Finance, Committee on Taxation, Committee on Private Companies, Committee on Finance and Information Technology, and the Committee on Government Business) dedicate an inordinate amount of time to ensure that our voice is heard on specific issues.
Written by Tom Turpin (Professor of Entomology in Purdue's College of Agriculture), Flies in the Face of Fashion, Mites Make Right, and Other Bugdacious Tales is jam-packed with fun facts about insects--from the bug that ancient Egyptians used to worship as a god to how horseflies can fly without a head to the inordinate contribution that humble fruit flies have made to science.
For more than a century ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents such as my encounter with Castro to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions.
That is to say, you are to shelve any inordinate desire for the desirable.