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Nevertheless I am far from regarding myself as one of those privileged ones to whom the Ved refers when it says, that "he who has true faith in the Omnipresent Supreme Being may eat all that exists," that is, is not bound to inquire what is his food, or who prepares it; and even in their case it is to be observed, as a Hindoo commentator has remarked, that the Vedant limits this privilege to "the time of distress.
The sagacious reader will not from this simile imagine these poor people had any apprehension of the design with which Mrs Wilkins was now coming towards them; but as the great beauty of the simile may possibly sleep these hundred years, till some future commentator shall take this work in hand, I think proper to lend the reader a little assistance in this place.
It is rather a moment when the commentator should step forward.
While Latinos occasionally appear on these shows, the networks are inconsistent in whom they book as Latino guests or commentators," said Gretchen Sierra-Zorita, NHFA's Director of Media Diversity Initiatives, "Although there are minute fluctuations over the 9-month period, the data clearly shows that Latino presence on network Sunday talk shows is flat.
We were informed that five commentators had been put on notice of reassessment regarding their performance.
Whatever, it has been a pleasure listening to the knowledgeable offerings of a group of commentators clearly loving every minute of some fascinating matches.
When commentators start telling you what you can already see and clearly read, something is sorely amiss - either that, or the said TV commentator is not taking his role seriously enough.
Some of the more excitable types who pass for commentators nowadays should familiarise themselves with Davies' wise words which litter this hugely enjoyable read.
And like other commentators who start with us, Jacqui will be given more opportunities.
Devoting each weekly Torah portion to the exclusive commentary of a different individual scholar, Masters of the World allows the reader to become familiar with a wide variety of commentators through presenting a significant portion of each one's work.
Early church commentators unanimously understood this companion of Andronicus to be a female apostle, but medieval commentators concluded that no woman could be called an apostle.
Commentators viewed Kinsey's statistics as speaking to the failings of American society rather than just problems with sexual desire.