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In Broken Faith, Marika and Rhiannon rise above horrendous childhoods and some nasty villains to find love together.
Afghanistan and Iraq are closely examined in several essays, in which are documented examples of Secretary Rumsfeld's overreaching policies, his broken faith with uniformed leaders, and the systematic abuse of intelligence data used to fabricate the case for invading Iraq.
With the book expected to hit instant best-seller status, Bissonnette s lawyer on Friday offered a rebuttal to the Pentagon, insisting the author had not broken faith with his commitments.
Church officials have covered up pedophilia among their numbers; many teachers and theologians have apostacized, denying the truths of the one true Church and spreading the scandal far and wide; Church officials have squandered funds; those in authority have given Church funds to abortion; members of the Pope's household have broken faith with him, stealing his documents and disseminating them to the public; clergy have broken the vow of chastity and embraced pornography.
An island is a bit of earth that has broken faith with the terrestrial world.
Coun Ian Hedley said: "Trust bosses have broken faith by making changes before a consultation was held.
Obama Administration officials said they had not been swayed by criticism that President Obama's refusal to speak out more had broken faith with democracy advocates in Tehran, or by the fact that European leaders and even members of his own party in Congress had responded more assertively than he had.
The communion has broken faith with decency and with me.
God stands as witness between you and the wife of your youth, the wife with whom you have broken faith, even though she was your partner and your wife by covenant (2:11-14).
We believe that the Bush administration has broken faith with the American soldier and Marine--by failing to plan adequately for post-conflict operations in Iraq, by failing to send enough forces to accomplish that mission at an acceptable level of risk, and by failing to adequately equip and protect the young Americans they sent into harm's way," Perry writes in a study he co-authored with other former government officials and military experts.
We found that it costs considerably less to defeat an incumbent when he has broken faith with the voters.