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Heaven has not thus placed at irreconcilable strife its moral laws with its physical creation.
He saw that amid the strife of parties, proud, ignorant, mistaken, it may be, the people were still swayed by love of country, love of freedom.
I've done my best and I begin to understand what is meant by the `joy of the strife.
11-24) So, after all, there was not one kind of Strife alone, but all over the earth there are two.
25-41) Perses, lay up these things in your heart, and do not let that Strife who delights in mischief hold your heart back from work, while you peep and peer and listen to the wrangles of the court-house.
His last words, rendered barely articulate by exhaustion, still sang the praises of party manoeuvres and political strife.
She did not want strife, she blamed him for wanting to quarrel, but unconsciously put herself into an attitude of antagonism.
And she felt that beside the love that bound them together there had grown up between them some evil spirit of strife, which she could not exorcise from his, and still less from her own heart.
In this strife I have almost repulsed and crushed my better angel into a demon.
When I was irrevocably married, there rose up into rebellion against the tie, the old strife, made fiercer by all those causes of disparity which arise out of our two individual natures, and which no general laws shall ever rule or state for me, father, until they shall be able to direct the anatomist where to strike his knife into the secrets of my soul.
BEIRUT: Lebanon's Druze and Sunni leaders expressed their rejection Tuesday of strife between the two groups after extremists last week killed around 25 Druze in northwestern Syria.
Originally produced in association with ON at Fife, the National Theatre of Scotland's production of In Time O' Strife received its world premiere in Kirkcaldy last October.