4 : something given up especially
for the sake of helping others
Putting the child's welfare first also favored mothers over fathers, especially
in custody cases involving young children.
Jones, Andrea Lee, Charles Johnson, Lore Segal, and especially
In its relatively few pages, it is loaded with interesting, and, for most readers, new information about a phenomenon that has had a great effect on and will continue to impact the whole United States, especially
its rural areas.
What makes the Palmdale-UHS agreement especially
egregious is the fact that the city has already spent $15 million dollars of taxpayer funds to subsidize a private corporation that refuses to serve one-third of the public.
They used whatever anti-slavery speakers they could get, especially
There was some treatment of the topic of oil, but this rapidly changing dimension of the Sudan political economy will need almost monthly updates as it becomes a major factor in most dimensions of the economy, especially
since the signing of the CPA on 9 January 2005.
It was Niebuhr who cautioned us against the sin of pride, the belief (so conspicuous in the current administration) that we are an especially
Too often, especially
in my area (software), people want to state that they're 50 percent, 80 percent, or 95 percent complete without any objective basis for coming to such a conclusion.
Protein is inextricably linked to muscle maintenance and growth, especially
after the stimulus and muscle protein catabolism resulting from strength training.
Butterflies are active, especially
in the Southeast, on any warm, sunny day.
However, the challenge of change is great, especially
when having to consider automobile traffic versus pedestrian traffic, and at the same time not hindering what the area is known for--its cutting-edge technological lighting schemes and outdoor art.
I am especially
mindful of women and the girl child.
Allen's article emphasizes the "international reputation" of some Dutch art institutions that, in fact, very few people, especially
foreigners, actually bother to visit.
Paul encourages this posture frequently, especially
in articulating the "fruits of the Spirit" (Gal 5:22-23).