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References in classic literature ?
As my beloved child was helpful in restoring me to myself, I will be helpful now in restoring the dearest part of herself to her; by the aid of Heaven I will do it!" Thus, Doctor Manette.
It should be helpful also to indicate briefly some of the more specific mannerisms of pseudo-classical poetry, in addition to the general tendencies named above on page 190.
Not only should we be helpful towards customers, stakeholders, family and friends.
I often forward articles on topics I think would be helpful. But because we strive to be a paperless school district, I am selective about clipping and copying articles to send to team members.
Given that the Queen and her entourage may find it difficult to survive, I am sure that a local authority would be helpful in arranging temporary hostel places and Joboentre Plus would offer a helpful "back to work' interview for the Queen.
I too have a problem and I think 7DAYS will be helpful in solving it for me.
In my opinion, this book will be helpful to teenagers and adults.
It may be helpful, or at least comforting, to observe that for all the rejoicing at the end of Peter's speech, the issue of what to do with the gentiles doesn't go away quickly.
Do all schools request mid-year grades & would it be helpful to have her take an online Honors Biology course through an accredited high school?
There are also some things school counselors can do prior to this type of meeting to increase the chances that the meeting will go well, as well as follow-up tasks that can be helpful. Accordingly, presenting difficult or troubling news to parents can be thought of as consisting of four main stages: (a) preparation, (b) delivering the news, (c) engaging the parents in a therapeutic dialogue about the news, and (d) follow-up.
What would be helpful to pastors who are getting resistance within their own church?
Alerting the priest to some small self-revealing fact can also be helpful in building community and cultivating effective parish stewardship.