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And finally, if your industry is to be fruitful, you must know what days are suitable for various kinds of work.
NNA - Information Minister Ramzi Jreij saw that the dialogue table "is the appropriate place to find solution to the political divergences that divide the country," indicating that the dialogue "could be fruitful in this regard if it started by solving the presidential vacancy issue and approving on a new electoral law," and considering Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah's initiative as "at least suitable to help solve the presidential issue.
After God has commanded that humans be fruitful and "fill the earth" (1.
And this was not just because, for the most religious of my respondents, sex is a fulfillment of God's command to be fruitful and multiply.
I am sure that some of the stock's strength is born of the belief that the impending Christmas shopping season will be fruitful for the company.
Clergies tackled upcoming Thursday meeting for Christian political leaders and dignitaries, hoping this meeting would be fruitful and successful in terms of purifying the local political ambience, unifying hearts, progressing in the course of national reconciliation, consolidating coexistence, and basing the Lebanese state upon justice, equality, true nationality and democracy.
Interreligious dialogue is an imperative but must be based "on truth and sincerity" if it is to be fruitful, says the review Civilta Cattolica.
We are happy to be working with Cherokee Production and believe this relationship will be fruitful for both parties.
CyPost anticipates the business relationship with Dialup USA will prove to be fruitful for both parties.
Robertson announced, "I am extraordinarily pleased to announce that nearly thirteen months of painstaking efforts have proven to be fruitful.
I have found our partnership approach to running the company to be fruitful and very rewarding.
Managing Member of Chapman Capital said, "Tower's belief that `it would not be fruitful to further explore the transactions proposed' in Chapman Capital's October 10 letter is confusing.