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If those who espouse any faith conduct themselves wisely, in both words and actions, to those outside that faith, then others will be drawn to its teachings.
As I read of, listen to, and discuss with people who espouse this myth-metaphor gospel, I sense that they, in their searching, are creating and becoming another myth.
One might say that the worldview he espouses is a crippled and inadequate view of humanity.
The new party espouses `Ili'oulaokani's policy toward protection of environmental and cultural resources--not unlike the Green Party, which will run its own candidates locally--but expands upon those concerns.
Today, Michael Day Enterprises in Wadsworth, Ohio, is a $40 million business that still espouses the same unorthodox warehousing strategy.
This is the ideal situation in which a communicator consistently espouses a logical ethical system, represents these espoused moral principles in the cognitive map underlying behavior, and takes action based on these same principles.
Although many remember Ortega as a revolutionary figure of 1980s Nicaragua, he now espouses Catholicism, professes to be Washington-friendly, and has stated he supports CAFTA.
Spencer boldly espouses his belief that interracial parents were active participants in the multiracial movement essentially because they did not want their biracial children to be considered black.
Spotila espouses a theory that leatherback turtles and some other large animals survive through "gigantothermy" (SN: 4/28/90, p.
Basic Solutions sees great importance in taking note of this trend as the company strongly espouses the view that the physical, emotional, and spiritual all come together to create the whole person.
The value chain characterized by the Pulver 100 differs from the vertically integrated telecom model of the last century, focusing more on a networking-industry model that espouses open interfaces, connectivity decoupled from services, and software decoupled from hardware.
The value chain characterized by pulver 100 differs from the vertically integrated telecom model of the last century, focusing more on a networking-industry model that espouses open interfaces, connectivity decoupled from services, and software decoupled from hardware.