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Of course I cannot break through the wall by battering my head against it if I really have not the strength to knock it down, but I am not going to be reconciled to it simply because it is a stone wall and I have not the strength.
You don't know what she endured, sir," said honest Dobbin with a tremor in his voice, "and I hope and trust you will be reconciled to her.
I hope it was that he wanted to see Amelia and be reconciled before he left the world to one dear and faithful wife of his son: it was most likely that, for his will showed that the hatred which he had so long cherished had gone out of his heart.
But do you think that my Father will ever be reconciled to this imprudent connection?
It appears, by the balance of commodities and discommodities of usury, two things are to be reconciled.
Well, propensities and principles must be reconciled by some means.
This common link not only puts cancer, fibromyalgia, diabetes, HIV/Aids, and virtually all sicknesses in one category, but in theory by reconciling these "common denominators" then all sicknesses can be reconciled quickly, safely, and efficiently.
All high- and medium-risk accounts should be reconciled and all necessary general ledger reconciling adjustments recorded before the company's post-closing adjustment review process.
And if they could be reconciled or at least moved forward, it would make a huge difference to the prospects of international unity, as well as to people's lives and our future survival.
Since his death, his followers--with the exception of a group in Brazil--have refused to be reconciled with the Papacy.
The genesis of morality is in the struggle of egoistic and altruistic desires; hence, happiness and life will be reconciled only when duty and love have united (Robertson 9-10).
So we are ambassadors for Christ, since God is making his appeal through us; we entreat you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God.