Whether this imperfection of structure arises from an enlargement of the plan; or from the imperfect reconcilement
in the writer's own mind of the struggling elements of thought which are now first brought together by him; or, perhaps, from the composition of the work at different times-- are questions, like the similar question about the Iliad and the Odyssey, which are worth asking, but which cannot have a distinct answer.
The only chance George has of reconcilement
," argued his friend, "is by distinguishing himself in the coming campaign.
Along with the sense of danger and possible rescue for those long-remembered beings at the old home, there was an undefined sense of reconcilement
with her brother; what quarrel, what harshness, what unbelief in each other can subsist in the presence of a great calamity, when all the artificial vesture of our life is gone, and we are all one with each other in primitive mortal needs?
I began to experience remorse, repentance; the wish for reconcilement
to my Maker.
He who notices the circumstance that the explanations of the first chapter of Genesis have slowly changed, and, as it were, retreated before the advance of geology, will be unwilling to add another to the spurious reconcilements
of science and revelation," and "a history of the Interpretation of Scripture .
Fathers here have good arguments to move affections in their children, and children vertuous reconcilements
to satisfie their displeased fathers: briefly every private man may in this be partaker of a generall profit, and the grossest understanding find occasion of reformation.
Auditors can also increase their effectiveness simply by focusing in the audit on major symptoms of fraud such as multiple endorsement on commercial checks, line adjustments in standard reconcilements
that do not go away, and unexplained adjustment to inventory records and customer accounts.