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"God is in the midst, and each drop tries to expand so as to reflect Him to the greatest extent. And it grows, merges, disappears from the surface, sinks to the depths, and again emerges.
Darcy might have been doing to forward her sister's match, which she had feared to encourage as an exertion of goodness too great to be probable, and at the same time dreaded to be just, from the pain of obligation, were proved beyond their greatest extent to be true!
"Business conditions deteriorated to the greatest extent in seven years, as companies scaled back production in response to the steepest drop in new order intakes since mid-2012."
Such interesting things and responsible persons should be encouraged to greatest extent possible on international stage.
contracts, and the provisions hereof shall - to the greatest extent possible - be interpreted so as to
"To those ends, my Administration shall enforce the Buy American Act to the greatest extent permitted by law," he noted.
Commercial construction was the worst performing segment during the month, with business activity dropping to the greatest extent for a year.
It measures only around 3, 000 light-years at its greatest extent -- a fraction of the size of the Milky Way.
* Selling prices lowered to greatest extent in just over nine years
Affiliated Network for Social Accountability director San Chey said yesterday that such reforms were seen to the greatest extent at the Ministry of Interior, not at other ministries involved in solving local problems.
During his recent interviews with local media outlets, Yao fearlessly blasted China for bullying Taiwan to the greatest extent, from pressuring Taiwanese coffee chain 85C Bakery Cafe to "apologize" over its U.S.
The effects of tariffs were widely cited as contributing to another sharp rise in input prices, while suppliers' delivery times lengthened to the greatest extent since the PMI series began.