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In each day, in each moment, life's blessings continuously pour forth.
Obviously the Gulag survivors have felt the urge to pour forth the suppressed memories and thus to contribute to future corrections.
While new low carb frozen desserts pour forth from ice cream marketers like Friendly and Good Humor-Breyers (whose new low carb frozen yogurt was covered elsewhere in this issue), a recent survey conducted by InsightExpress, indicates that less than 10% of all Americans are currently on a low-carb diet.
To pour forth benefits for the common good is divine.
Wearing brightly colored and stylish costumes, they let their joy pour forth from the stage and spill over into the audience.
markets will spring up, and a flood of creativity will pour forth.
Let us pray: Pour forth, we beseech You, O Lord, Your
The fastest and most widespread environmental benefits are beginning to pour forth from an industry that terrifies fundamentalist environmentalists, who believe biotechnology is the ultimate human arrogance.
He continued to pour forth novels: Rachel Dyer (1828), the story of a Salem witch, considered by many his best work; Authorship (1830); <IR> THE DOWN-EASTERS </IR> (1833); True Womanhood (1859); The White Pacer (1863); The Moose Hunter (1864); and Little Moccasin; or Along the Madawaska (1865).
In fact, most of the people facing you in the audience are not waiting expectantly for your pearls of wisdom to pour forth.