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Thus, whether acknowledgement comes in the form of compensation or the granting of a trusted position, it does encourage people to meet increasingly aggressive goals that call for more time and more devotedness to one's profession and consequently, more challenges.
For example, the Oxford English Dictionary includes the following, with the dates of the first recorded uses: conformal 1647, cosmopolitanism 1828, devaluated 1898, devotedness 1668, examinate 1560, forbiddenness 1647, importancy 1540, increasement (encreasement) 1509, non-transparent 1849, pronunciate 1652, re-enrol 1789, re-send 1534, and urbanistic 1934.
In this article Salvatore argues that Mahmud constructed his authority based largely on a personal narrative of devotedness and commitment.
Had he forgotten his friends in Paris, of whom he said, "A more benevolent people I have never known, nor greater warmth and devotedness in their selected friendships.
According to Al-Eisa, the most significant feature of King Abdullah's policy is striving to unite the Islamic nation, closing its ranks and offering panacea for its illnesses with full devotedness to its causes.
Piety and devotedness Sheikh Abdullah Al-Hashedi, member of Iman University's fatwa panel, says that there is no problem with treatment by the Quran and that ruqia (treatment by recitation of the Quran) is allowed by Sharia, that it was done by the Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him), and that it is consistent with the Holy Quran, where Allah says: "C* And we send down from the Quran that which is healing and a mercy to those who believe [in Islamic Monotheism and act on it] and it gives polytheists and wrong-doers nothing but loss.
That is, they hoped to gain salvation by impressing God with high levels of devotedness.
To the mere reader of romance, it may seem incredible that a female of Isidora's energy and devotedness should feel anxiety or terror in a situation so common to a heroine .
Yet no instance has been adduced of such rapturous devotedness,
Although Lujon understands that "he had been worried out of his mules," he bears "no resentment," since he "did not doubt Father Joseph's devotedness, nor his singleness of purpose" (63).
But no human expedients will ever make up for the devotedness and self sacrifice of Christian charity.
Al Hamar also asserted that the Health Ministry succeeded in meeting the fourth, fifth and sixth health goals in 2010, five years before the UN deadline of 2015, which testifies to the Ministry's affiliates' devotedness and loyalty to the wise leadership for its constant support for the health sector.