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Lowest of all, a compact leaden-vault enshrined the sweet wine and a stock of cordials: whence issued whispers of Seville Orange, Lemon, Almond, and Caraway-seed.
It was certainly grateful to the feelings of a husband to be able in this manner to lay bare the spotless soul of his wife, and to find that his own image lay enshrined amid its purest and holiest aspirations.
Was the man whom I had enshrined in my heart of hearts capable of such base wickedness as the bare idea of his marriage to another woman implied?
The state INEC boss also advised youths to register with political parties and ensure that the right thing especially the principles of internal democracy and fairness was enshrined in their political party of choice.
Laoag Bishop Renato Mayugba wants Blessed Justo Takayama Ukon enshrined at Badoc Church in Ilocos Norte, where the soon to be canonically crowned image of the "La Virgen Milagrosa de Badoc," is also housed.
The barbaric acts of terrorism in the name of encounters are some of the glaring examples of encroachment of fundamental rights to life and liberty as enshrined in the constitution.
Morocco calls for respect of everyone of the principles enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations and mentions the principle of judicial immunity of states, enshrined in international law, which is necessary for a peaceful international relations, the statement concluded.
Safe staffing levels in Scotland's NHS are to be enshrined in law, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will say.
Malacanang said it expects president-elect Rodrigo Duterte to adhere to the principles protecting womens rights enshrined in the Magna Carta for Women when he takes office on June 30.
He reviewed that principles pertinent to the assessment of the environmental impact, which enshrined in Stockholm Declaration, 1972, stipulated " A person has a basic right in freedom, equality and normal life circumstances in environment of a kind offers him/her a good and livelihood of welfare", besides the environmental impact assessment-related policies in Sudan, which enshrined in the Constitution of 2005 and the 25-year strategy (2007-2033).
Article 40 enshrined the right to a trial and for justice not to be delayed.
Thomas Becket (left), enshrined in Canterbury, England, and St.