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Obedience and spiritual poverty, combined with penance, also make up the spiritual house of God, and obedience is upheld by humility, contempt for the world, and patience (3.
GOSFORTH Musical Society presents its version of the Gilbert and Sullivan classic Patience this week.
GREAT BRITAIN'S Luke Patience and Stuart Bithell are ecstatic to have secured a silver medal on their Olympic debut - and are already targeting an upgrade in four years' time.
The chorus of the song went like this: "I need a little patience, yeeaaahhhh.
SAILOR Luke Patience has declared his joy at becoming the first Scot to be selected for Team GB ahead of the London Olympics.
With reference to the letter 'Fasting can teach us true patience.
At the conference I was going to, DuPont was talking about a mosquito repellent that was as good as, if not better than, anything on the market," Patience recalls.
Summary: Andrew Strauss has said his team must tame the MCG hordes on Boxing Day, and then prepare for a patience test in pursuit of the Ashes.
Chief of President's Administration Emilbek Kaptagaev has called upon Kyrgyz citizens for tolerance, patience and peaceful conduct of the forthcoming parliamentary elections.
By that measure, the Obama administration is heading into this fall's round of diplomatic tests in an awkward balance of patience and impatience
And behold the camel, how it was created: not from mud and water, but as if from patience and a mirage.
AN OLD Chinese proverb once stated that 'One moment of patience may ward off great disaster and one moment of impatience may ruin a whole life'.