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a state of health, happiness, and prospering

a ridge or bump raised on the flesh, as by a lash or blow

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a raised mark on the skin (as produced by the blow of a whip)

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The right to private property, as the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith declared, can "not be understood without the obligation to the common weal (LC 87).
In addition to a huge party, well supplied with fresh beer, industry luminaries recognized the brewery's contribution to the weal.
The Best of Show-Advertising award weal to Potash Corporation and Fergus/Peters Group for the "Fertile Minds ProAction Kit" and Best of Show-Public Relations went to Perishables Group for "A Watermelon Just for You.
Judging by the grins on their faces, the Burnside locals fared pretty weal and some had more cash than they knew what to do with Choppy definitely had the most lines and if there was an award for that he surely would have won, hands down, Choppy's final words: "Done deal, Danielson
Particularly if you're hard on clothes, suggests Pekin "Alternate the pants every time you weal your suit.
In my opinion, that body is not possessed of those powers which are absolutely necessary to the best management and direction of the general weal, or the fulfillment of our own expectations," he said.
The new SmartDate 3 coder has u number of design enhancements, eliminating all costly weal parts to further improve uptime.
Some of this new elite may be genuinely committed to an ideal, while others are self-seeking individuals trying to gain fame and power for themselves with little concern for the public weal.
Brazilian travel operators like Viagens CVC reported revenues had begun to climb before September as a result of the weal real, but they jumped after the U.
For whatever reason, the repeated actions of this committee appear detrimental to the public weal.
For medieval and early modern thinkers a common weal or commonwealth was intrinsically a godly community, a view that imposed duties on the virtuous -- whether right-minded laymen and clergy or the monarch and his servants acting in their official governmental capacities -- to suppress sin and bring moral reform to society insofar as they could.
He understands that lobbyists, like the folks from ALL, think of themselves as valiantly serving the public--indeed, that one of the keys to the system's endurance is that each player thinks of himself and his cause as good, and of his opponents as threats to the common weal.
Given the leading role of celebrity and entertainment in the new urbanism of downtown, there's nothing that meaningfully could have been counterposed to the hotel to attract real support on the part of the civic weal.
Restraint, thus, is required for policies of the common weal, but in any case it is a requirement for any adequately functioning society.
Corn prices began a steep descent during the latter half of the summer and are likely to remain weak in the months ahead, reflecting supply and demand developments in the corn market and the generally weal price outlook for most other crops.