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"Inmost" in "the inmost Form" may mean either "farthest from the surface" of the mirror, or "ultimate Form," in the Platonic sense.
but only say the word" before we process to the altar to receive the Eucharist But Christ doesn't let his disciples off so easily After he said, "Take and drink," he said, "This is my blood of the covenant, which will be shed for many" That was what they took in so that it could become a part of their inmost self.
While the number of working age people is increasing, the fraction of working-age people who are at work has declined inmost countries in South Asia based on employment data analyzed from 2005 to 2015.
"This is the normal rate of TB cases inmost of the countries leading in healthcare," said Dr Abdul Latifal-Khal, deputy chief medical officer and director of medical education,as well as head of the Infectious Disease Division at HMC.
The universe's inmost secret had been revealed to me.
'The General would have wished that the performance of inexorable duties could have allowed him to indulge at the same time both the clemency of authority and his own inmost feelings of pity.'
Exploring the pain of secrets and things left undone, this book shows people for who they are both through their actions and their inmost beings.
Think Monkey derives from the neuroscientific insight that we do not have conscious access to what we imagine to be our inmost thoughts.
I don't know about you, but in this season of preparation and revelation - of nurturing the Christ-light in our inmost beings before bringing it to birth in order to serve this broken world - I've been asking hard questions.
And so, by reed and lake, where the twin Horses prance in discipline As, delicate in nose and leg, They wing the air and seem to beg Such loveliness to stay, by length Of alley in the sun's strength, By each invention and device That tames the mountains at a price You'll wander, and by flickered shade Of statues in a beech glade-- To let your inmost burden fall Blackly, under ilex pall.
"There is another evil raging in the very inmost heart of human society, a source of dread to all who really think, inasmuch as it has already brought, and will bring, many misfortunes upon nations, and may rightly be considered to be the root cause of the present awful war," he wrote.
It came top out of these six cities inmost categories with 92% saying they liked living in the Welsh capital.