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Related to imploring: dispirited, importunities
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Editor's Note: This case illustrates how, without any fault, even the most conscientious of nurses can wind up having to defend not necessarily what was allegedly done wrong, but more significantly, what was not only done right but done time and time again with Nurse Bolin imploring White to see Dr.
Best of all are the still lifes, in which Opie captures significant details from the inhabitants' rooms: a child's colorful plastic dollhouse crammed with toys; a corner of a bed covered by a dreary patterned bedspread, and beyond it a rural vista viewed through the window; a charming note left by Sts imploring her "anarchist" housemates to do the dishes.
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.
Though bleak, these statistics nevertheless reflect a decline from heights reached in the 1960s, before health officials began publicly imploring people to guard against heart disease.
Continuing with his lesson, Speyer said, "I really am imploring all of you.
He also said they wanted to strike a balance between the right of the public to access information and information that is deemed confidential, citing that material that can bring instability to the nation cannot be divulged, imploring members of the fourth estate not to view such a move as denial.
While imploring people to always have faith in God and patronise medical experts in the country, Amosun called on them to also believe in the medical services provided by the government, positing that this development has showcased the capacity of the state, especially in the health sector.
Scacchi, 49, has also been enlisting her celebrity pals to pose with dead fish for a poster campaign imploring UK restaurants to only use seafood sourced from sustainable stocks.
war planners that war was an "adventure without return," imploring them in 1991's Centesimus Annus to say: "No, never again war, which destroys the lives of innocent people, teaches how to kill, throws into upheaval even the lives of those who do the killing, and leaves behind a trail of resentment and hatred, thus making it all the more difficult to find a just solution of the very problems which provoked the war."
Whether she's growling her way through the ballsy "Without You" or imploring her lover to stay in "Don't Leave Me This Way," Turner shows she's still as tough as nails in body, mind, and spirit.
But the question remains: Are they imploring or cautionary?
Scientists are urging governments to enhance global monitoring of disease outbreaks and are imploring physicians to use antibiotics properly.