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Franco said, '2017 is a defining period where we will build on our accomplishments and bring to completion big ticket projects slated for 2018.
This is the Ignatian school of prayer that leads to spiritual freedom, the freedom to make a commitment to love and to follow Christ-a love that trusts and surrenders, knowing it is God who will bring to completion the work he has begun in us.
Arseniy Yatsenyuk appealed to those present at the meeting to join efforts and with participation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the National Police, the State Fiscal Service and State Financial Monitoring Service and the entire enforcement sector "to bring to completion the criminal proceedings against heads of the state-owned companies in every case where there were revealed facts of actual abuse by officials or heads of companies.
But the first one, Waiting at the Foot of the Cross, is a much more macro vision, really critiquing the way that the West and North America has implicitly understood hope as kind of mastery over chance, mastery over making things happen the way we want them to happen and having goals that we reach and bring to completion.
While the initial physical interaction is quite productive and resolves thematic and formal concerns, the next phase is time-consuming and may take up to several months to bring to completion.
3 : to bring to completion <They'll round out the season with a win.
This is a project that they have helped shape and will work to bring to completion.
Human beings realize their freedom in symbols of recognition, which initiate, already in the here and now, processes, which they themselves cannot bring to completion.
We will bring to completion the establishment of the foundations of the knowledge-based economy which lies at the core of our program for the present and future stages.
This is going to be work that takes several years to bring to completion.
In 1926, Ernst Cassirer invited him to Hamburg to meet Aby Warburg and the scholars of the Warburg-Bibliotek fur Kulturwissenschaft, especially Fritz Saxl and Erwin Panofsky, with whom he would bring to completion forty years later the work on Saturn and Melancholy, which Saxl and Panofsky had initiated in 1923.