find passage

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Give me breath enough," said I to my daughter Minnie, "and I'll find passages, my dear.
The old wooden floors have heard the footfall of many visitors who sought many different things: to trade, to find passage to another place, and now, perhaps in its most graceful role yet, to find truly good food and service in a setting that is unique and steeped in local history.
The former has been passed in the Rajya Sabha, but stands little chance of passage in the Lower House, the latter has been sent to a committee and it is unlikely to find passage, at least in the term of this Lok Sabha.
Bleeding linked to the gingivitis enabled the bacteria, usually contained to the mouth because of the body's defence system, to enter the blood and find passage to the placenta.
This book should be read by all who struggle to understand the Middle East and to find passage to a just peace in the region.
Failing to find passage to Canada from either Antwerp or Amsterdam, the monks eventually found refuge the following year on a farm outside of Antwerp, just west of a town named Malle.
For now, all Thompson can do is try his best to find passage home, even if it means taking a slow boat back to the UK.
It is not hard to find passages in the Koran advocating violence; (7) for example, one passage has God saying, "I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieved, so strike [them] upon the necks and strike from them every fingertip.
More advanced readers tend to find passages that offer good advice.
Just like in the Quran, everyone can find passages that suit their agenda".
Christians and Jews will find passages corresponding to biblical teaching.
Even in cases of domestic violence and honor killing, perpetrators can find passages that seem to justify brutal acts (Qoran 4.