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If otherwise, act with caution and forebearance, and convince them that you come as friends.
Lanigan has clearly had to exercise some patience with this Paco Boy gelding but his forebearance can now bear fruit again.
A subsequent Wade-Davis manifesto sneered at the president's "dictation of his political ambition," berated the veto as a "stupid outrage on the legislative authority of the people," warned that Lincoln had "presumed on the forebearance which the supporters of his Administration had so long practiced," and bluntly told the president of the United States to "confine himself to his executive duties.
LAHORE -- Pakistan Ulema Council (PUC) has decided to celebrate 2015 as a year of peace, love, forebearance, dialogue and end to terrorism, extremism and sectarianism.
1961) ("The forebearance can only have proceeded from an irresistible conviction of the absurdity of subjecting the fate of twelve States to the perverseness or corruption of a thirteenth.
He said: "I would like to thank the people of Ireland, particularly the people in Dublin and who work in Dublin for their forebearance, their patience and for their understanding over the last number of days.
is an extremely valuable sort of government forebearance to most
14,853, 14,877-78 (2005) (report and order and notice of proposed rulemaking); Petition for Forebearance of the Verizon Telephone Companies Pursuant to 47 U.
Notes from the loan's special servicer indicate that the modification includes a two-year forebearance "to reduce the interest rate by 50 percent during the same timeframe.
Repayment plans and forebearance arrangements also were down substantially in the third quarter.
This forebearance in the face of adversity, as Adam Smith argued in the Theory of Moral Sentiments, facilitated the transfer of sympathy between an afflicted speaker and his audience precisely because the suffering party "flatten[ed]" the "sharpness of [his] natural tone, in order to reduce it to harmony and concord with the emotions of those who are about him" (Smith 1976: 22).
Even more remarkable than his forebearance with Willie is Sam's decision not to respond with violence against Hally after he spits in Sam's face.
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