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It is obligatory for all healthy adult Muslim to hold fast from dawn to dusk.
While there's a danger in merely relating such anecdotes to illustrate a set of complex problems such as those faced by underrepresented students on campus, Hold Fast to Dreams often goes the extra step to contextualize the anecdotes and helps students to reflect on the various situations they encounter and what they were able to extract from the experience.
Hold Fast is a hinge event in the story of this evolution, representing a turning point in written materials for older teen readers.
BEIRUT: Foreign Affairs Minister Adnan Mansour said over the weekend that Lebanon will hold fast to its policy of disassociation from events in Syria during the U.
He has plenty to find on the book with some of these, but Hold Fast has a similar profile to Master Minded and it is interesting Paul Nicholls is taking the same route here.
Hold Fast has a similar profile to Master Minded and it is interesting that Paul Nicholls is taking the same route here.
The latter won two bumpers and two hurdle races but despite travelling strongly, he was unable to get the better of Howard Johnson's Hold Fast (6-1) and Brian Hughes.
SEEING then that we have a great High Priest that is passed into the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, let us hold fast our profession.
Compounding the situation is the fact that many of the roughly 720,000 folks who hold Fast Lane transponders elect not to receive paper statements, and may not yet be aware they were overcharged.
1 : to hold fast by grasping or winding around <To avoid falling, cling to the railing.
But we must, and will, hold fast to the green agenda.