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During the debates over the Jenner-Butler bill, Attorney General Rogers and some legislators urged Congress not to repeat the "mistake" that it had made "during the troublous days of reconstruction.
O LORD, support us all the day long of this troublous life, until the shades lengthen, and the evening comes, and the busy world is hushed, the fever of life is over, and our work is done.
Once past social amenities (92), Sula's reunion with Eva resonates with the troublous timbre between an ogbanje and parent.
For example, when he writes about John Wycliff, Foxe begins with the story of Wycliff's early life, but then digresses to talk about the nature of the errors in the church at that time, placing Wycliff within the context of the history of doctrine: "Thus, in these so great and troublous times and horrible darkness of ignorance, what time there seemed in a manner to be not one so little a spark of pure doctrine left or remaining, this aforesaid Wickliff, by God's providence, sprang and rose up" (2.
It noted that the Framers "foresaw that troublous times would arise, when rulers and people would become restive under restraint, and seek by sharp and decisive measures to accomplish ends deemed just and proper; and that the principles of constitutional liberty would be in peril, unless established by irrepealable law.
45) In 1843 he wrote the first Australian opera, Merry Freaks in Troublous Times, about King Charles II, and in 1846 Don John of Austria.
Yet it remains true that, in troublous times, people tend to diarize.
28] It may be that Foxe (or Coverdale) recalled the Pauline coloration of John Bale's claim to apostolic status through survival of a dangerous sea voyage: "Thus had I in my troublous journey from Ireland into Germany all those ch ances in a manner that St.
To hear the lovely prayer of John Henry Newman, "Lord support us all the day long of this troublous life .
purgatore among the fflorez(33) and never to `have' comyn in pis world ayen, for he remembred pat pis world was troublous and pat he had passed purgatore and, pos that he wer bot fole arreyd, his mynde was to have hid hym among the seid flourez.