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Listen to me, I implore you: I should not have come hither without a serious motive: you are well assured of that, are you not?
This morning he was removed to a cell, and I, after going through all the police formalities, have hurried round to you to implore you to use your skill in unravelling the matter.
Never, in our earthly pilgrimage, shall we meet again--I implore her to pity and forget me.
As a mother and an actress I implore everyone to boycott restaurants that don't support sustainable fishing," she added.
I strongly agree with this and implore anyone wishing to own one of these breeds not to if they have children or grandchildren.
A typical example of the new prose used is: "Most merciful Father, we therefore humbly pray and implore you through Jesus Christ, your Son, our Lord, to accept and bless these gifts, these offerings, these holy and undefiled sacrifices.
Physicians implore diabetes patients to monitor their blood concentrations of glucose and keep them in check.
Catholic hierarchy should implore forgiveness from lesbians and homosexuals.
After an introduction concerned with how God communicates with man, the role played by the "witnesses of the truth" throughout Christian history, and the problem of the Trinity, the work depicts several scenes in which God presides over an assembly of heavenly elders who implore his intercession to prevent the harm to true believers caused by those who subscribe to the Trinity.
to implore God for the gift of mutual understanding, harmony and peace" (John Paul II, Nov.
With less than a month left in the tenure of the outgoing, lame-duck City Council, we implore its members to do what they do best: nothing.
I implore every American to join the giving revolution in the spirit of Hillel, who asked the questions, `If not now, when?