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Related to imploring: dispirited, importunities
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The explanation for Evan's place in the Harte family rests in London in 1940, when Winston Churchill delivers his powerful speech imploring Britain to fight against the evil Nazis.
The archbishops are imploring Canadian Anglicans "to make it a time of seeking truth together, rather than only defending versions of truth in mutual hostility.
But she couldn't end the night with Schoenberg's ``Cabaret Songs,'' because a loud and adoring audience kept imploring for more.
A British lay group, Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice, has written an open letter to their bishops imploring them to ensure that false doctrine is not taught in Catholic shcools.
This union received a number of calls from our members, expressing their horror at the ad and imploring the UWUA to protest the message.