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Over 500 people gathered at Holy Family parish in Kitchener to hear speakers expound on topics dealing with Church, family, and conversion.
Shadows of the heretical loomed over Teresa's shoulder because her gender afforded her the difficult sociological reality of blocked access to theological education, without which she was denied the right to interpret and expound upon dogma, or to affirm directly women's spirituality and their inner experiences of it.
What's new: For someone with three degrees from Michigan State, including a doctorate in kinesiology, it should come as no surprise that he continues to expound on the theories of pitching at his own training school while continuing his ongoing study of the proper technique.
Peter Mack and Francis Goyet expound the rhetorical theories of Rudolph Agricola and Melanchthon, while Marijke Spies, Dirk Coigneau, and W.
For those unfortunate TV viewers, there's another worst fear - that Fred Roggin will continue his quiet desperation after each blowout to snare a live quip from someone - even Jack Haley - who is willing to expound about the legend of the new Lake Show.
And when Schiller begins to expound on the scientific evidence, eyes across America will likely glaze over anew, just as they did during that epic stretch of drudgery in the real trial.
In the debate over the nature of princely powers, Pennington successfully challenges the tradition that an Englishman was the first to expound notions of due process.