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The woman suspect beseeched presiding judge Omar for leniency and forgiveness.
"I would once again ask you, once again beseech you, to refrain from the plans that you're currently developing for Syria," he said after the council failed to approve a third draft resolution on chemical weapons attacks in Syria.
Francis will canonize Archbishop Oscar Romero who addressed the brutal military of his day: "In the name of God, in the name our tormented people, I beseech you, I implore you; in the name of God, I command you--stop the repression."
"We beseech the security personnel to be on top of things.
We beseech Allah to strengthen the royal family so that they can achieve greater achievements."
"That is all we can beseech anybody to do who makes such allegations."
ARE -HH HH-Water gushing everywhere All I could do was stand and stare The stopcock I could not reach Help I need I do beseech A call for help to repair Was put on hold to my despair All I could do was stand and cry But my priority was getting dry In the bedroom I went and fell All I could say was "Bloody Hell" An emergency call I had to send Care call came to save and mend My saviours said I could not stay But we will help you if we may They got on the phone and called around Until a care home they had found To Mandale House I have come And this is now my happy home Everyone here is helpful and kind That has given me peace of mind!
I would head upstairs after lunch, lie down on my bed, and beseech. My wife was suspicious and at one point accused me of napping, even though the perfect amount of rain fell, for which I received no credit.
Although Jews were thoroughly and severely oppressed over more than 1,600 years by leaders with Catholic or Protestant beliefs, the Mormon Church has been extra nice to us, even going so far as to beseech God on our behalf for entry to Heaven.
Leave us our heritage and right to free speech And leave well enough along we beseech. Can't fly our country's flag, it's not allowed But we can say we are English, a nation that is proud.
I am not in any way soliciting views from the erudite readers; however, I do beseech a response from the appropriate official source handling all aspects of the promised 2011 open dialogue.