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So I would buy gifts for these people to remedy my yearning for them.
WASHINGTON - US Secretary of State John Kerry spoke passionately Wednesday about the "incredible yearning for modernity" sweeping across the world, warning that free elections do not necessarily usher in true democracy in many countries.
The problem with the colon is yearning, the selfishness of it.
His most recent commissions include Dreams, Yearning for Thomas Bacon, and Anthem for Abercrombie for Abercrombie Academy in Spring, TX.
If there's one thing you can depend on in this life it's that each and every Erasure album will come with more glitterball disco, synth blips and bleeps and yearning ballads than you really know what to do with.
Pureka writes lonely, yearning songs with a crafts woman's attention to detail.
Six chapters focus sequentially on Jamaican mass tourism development in the context of globalization and desires for postcolonial self-determination, Jamaican craft vendor protests against inequitable access to the tourism economy in the context of structural adjustment policies, the circular migration patterns between Jamaica and Toronto, the idea of cultural remittances between the diaspora in Toronto and Jamaica, deportation of Jamaican-born residents of Toronto as state-enforced reverse migrant flow, and Toronto's cultural festival of Caribana as a "materialization of transnational yearning.
New Delhi, July 19(ANI): An opinion poll conducted by Outlook magazine has found that only one in three person has described yearning for 'azadi' as the reason for the current unrest in the Kashmir valley.
The notion that a natural psychological response to loss involves an orderly progression through distinct stages of be, reavement has been widely accepted," but no study has tested progression through disbelief, anger, yearning, depression, and acceptance (JAMA 2007;297:716-23).
For Vaill, this yearning is the recurring Robbins theme, expressed literally in a musical like Fiddler and in the abstract in a ballet like Dances at a Gathering, and it begins in childhood, when he was simply the son of Harry and Lena Rabinowitz, 6migr6 Russian Jews.
We were night, whispers, / fugitive kisses, two beds, / yearning years, diapers, colic, / the marriage a dead land / hammered by drought.
The son of a wealthy slaveowner and a black slave, given a limited education and his freedom by his father, Jim Beckwourth's natural talent for languages and diplomacy as well as his physical strengths and yearning for adventure led him to a hard life of venturing into territory known only to Native Americans, trapping animals for their fur, and survival in the wilderness.