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I know that I do not need to urge upon you the necessity for haste.
Von Horn during this time continued to urge upon Virginia the necessity for a prompt and favorable decision in the matter of his proposal; but when it came time to face the issue squarely the girl found it impossible to accede to his request--she thought that she loved him, but somehow she dared not say the word that would make her his for life.
Mamma would appear to have had an indefinable foreboding of what afterwards happened, for she would frequently urge upon me, "Not a little man.
I will not ask you to take the oath, because you have not been regularly summoned; but I trust there is no need to urge upon you the gravity of the statement you are about to make.
And when Mrs Verloc, as if startled suddenly out of a dream of safety, began to urge upon him wildly the necessity of an immediate flight on the Continent, he did not exclaim in the least.
The objective of the workshop was to urge upon school teachers to promote local culture in school curriculum.
Earlier, a party had tried to urge upon the-then Narasimha Government and the-then United Front Government that provision of maximum autonomy is the only way you can go towards a political settlement," said Karat.
Pakistan supports the SAARC Social Charter and the Prime Minister will urge upon the member states to pursue social policies and strategies to ensure overall balanced social development.
Much more than just another biography of Lincoln, this audiobook provides an excellent base from which the listener can see parallels that urge upon us the need know our history.
as living out a different version of the accommodation between knower and the known"--a version in which they should forever be permitted to wallow undisturbed by our importuning arguments and our attempts to urge upon them a more reality-based belief system and basis for rational action and moral choice.