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Stoddard's article is followed by Sara Jacoby's "To be or not to be Celibate: Morality and Consort Practices According to the Treasure Revealer Se ra mkha' 'gro's (1892-1940) Auto/biographical Writings.
97) It is through Christ as teacher and revealer of wisdom, model and aid in virtue, that Antony becomes a true philosopher.
Societal change and change in family violence from 1975 to 1985 as revealers by two national surveys.
Inconclusive Conclusions: Tricksters--Metaplayers and Revealers.
Such crucial events abruptly reveal to us the vanity of all relative values compared with the unique value of life, and very often act as revealers of a hitherto quite self-absorbed, blind, deluded way of living.
She describes the significance of Millan and Dempsey's role as cultural creators: "Lorri and Shawna are revealers," she says.
Although the subject of birds can be treated metaphorically or symbolically, their interaction with the main characters, as accusers or revealers of the truth, provides real drama in folklore.
A knee-jerk reaction has characterized some who are upset by Dupuis's refusal to speak of God's historical self-communication in Christ as "absolute": "he must mean that it is only relative and there are various, more or less equal saviors and revealers.
this exhibition brings numerous objects out of their dark and dingy cellars and attics to act as revealers of memory.
To their millions of followers, after all, many of them highly regarded university intellectuals, Hitler and Stalin were profoundly moral men, revealers of new truths.