We were adjured
to remember that taking a new braille page without completely filling a previous one was wasteful, expensive, disrespectful to the school--a veritable heinous offense against all fight-thinking people.
Echoing the passing of the torch that JFK celebrated on behalf of his generation--as well as the heroic exertions of the civil rights movement--Obama in announcing his candidacy adjured
his followers, "Let's be the generation that ends poverty in America.
Although he himself once adjured
other Spanish composers to "make Spanish music with a universal accent" (Victor Ruiz Albeniz, Isaac Alheniz [Madrid: Comisaria General de Musica, 1948], 102, my trans.
Here, a sheet model is defined as a degenerated solid model with zero thickness and thus it looks like a generalized surface model that allows an edge to be adjured
to more than two faces.
Soldiers are adjured
to avoid any activity which might undermine their professional ability or place others at risk.
physicians are adjured
to act as a patient advocate to challenge a
A peasant from Zollikon arose and adjured
Zwingli by the power of the living God to tell the truth; the peasant was still convinced that Zwingli was lying.
So Jewish exorcism adjured
the demon and healed the person, while the Catholic exorcism is intended to drive away the offending spirit or demon.
These posters also adjured
those remaining on the home front to be frugal and to keep the home tires burning, to donate money, goods, and their time to aid in the defeat of the Germans.
He lauded their devotion; extolled the virtues of hard work; adjured
them to obey their superiors; entreated them to respect their Arab neighbors; exhorted them to keep faith with Jewish tradition and raise their children in the Hebrew tongue; and assured them of the gratitude of posterity and his own undying support.
Vernet's interpretation of the Eucharist was characteristic of the religious enlightenment insofar as he adjured
truths contrary to reason (contra rationem) but endorsed truths above reason (supra rationem).
Clearly, those writings suggested that piety and morality would obscure the sense that housework was intrinsically arduous; but, in the end, they adjured
that piety and morality would be incarnated and performed (in several ways and on multiple levels) by middle-class, white women engaged in the regular, systematic, and efficient implementation of their domestic duties.