exhort


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to impel to action

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Synonyms for exhort

spur on or encourage especially by cheers and shouts

force or impel in an indicated direction

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Morocco calls, once again, upon the European Union to use its clout to exhort Algeria to fully shoulder its responsibilities with regard to protecting Mustapha Salma Ould Sidi Mouloud, the members of his family and his relatives against collective, arbitrary sanctions inflicted on them by polisario," Menouar Alem, Morocco's ambassador to the UN, said.
In this sense, they support the results of the Uruguay Round of GATT and exhort the multinational industry to adjust to the norms of the current international trade system as the only way to give legality to its actions.
Thus, a second implication is that CEOs can no longer be merely transactional managers who put out fires in the plant, exhort the sales force, consider capacity expansion and otherwise manage the day-to-day transaction of business.
CDATA[ New posters in Jerusalem's hareidi neighborhoods exhort residents to demonstrate at Intel plant this Saturday.
From a brief exploration the roots of pervasive anti-Semitism as stemming from Christianity's and Islam's need to de-legitimize Judaism's older claim of a single, all-powerful God (among other factors), to a discussion of how Biblical passages are used to in modern-day America to exhort hatred of homosexuals and homosexuality, to religion's role in fueling the genocidal horrors of Nazism and much more, Rot on the Vine is disturbing, compelling, and highly recommended for religious studies shelves.
Moore used his Web site to exhort fans to vote and predicted that "Tuesday is the day
In all his talk about peace and justice he did not even bother to exhort the grads to go into the world and work for such.
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Kenneth Connor, president of the Family Research Council (FRC), called Powell's comments "reckless and irresponsible" and added, "President Bush should repudiate Secretary Powell's comments and publicly exhort him for his irresponsible remarks.
Phil Nanas of the Native Forest Council rose at the end to exhort people to support nothing less than a total ban on logging on public lands.
It is not enough, she argues, to exhort impoverished young women to delay childbearing in the hope of a better future, because poor young women know that regardless of when they have babies, the outlook for their futures is bleak.
I exhort the Silicon Valley business community to come to the aid of Indian earthquake victims in their time of urgent need.
He says God has compelled him to exhort people with his bullhorn and microphone to turn away from evil and seek God.
Valley authors Nancy Alspaugh and Marilyn Kentz exhort other women of the baby-boom generation to do the same in ``Not Your Mother's Midlife: A Ten-Step Guide to Fearless Aging'' (Andrews McMeel; $22.
Incarnation is, after all, the impetus for the first great song of our Christian family: "come on children, let's sing/ about the goodness of the Lord," gospel shouters exhort us today, following the example of Mary long ago confronting an angel.