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The top five finalists, as judged by a Zales panel, will appear in Times Square to profess their love in a live second-round competition.
They also profess to know about his character, his strengths and his weaknesses.
Patient recruitment to the world's largest secondary stroke prevention study PRoFESS (Prevention Regimen For Effectively avoiding Second Strokes), is now complete.
I no longer comprehend how denominations which have severed themselves from the apostolic succession they profess manage to recite the creed.
This International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU) member organization has specifically pointed to Slovakia's discrimination against humanists and others who do not profess any religious belief, whose life philosophy is based on a naturalistic understanding of the universe, or whose ethics are grounded in secular human values.
Yet he specified that if his daughter failed to profess (presumably after her novitiate), the money had to be returned to him.
People who genuinely profess the noblest of motives can do things which later generations see as disastrously wrong, simply because they fail to see flaws in their own characters and attitudes.
In PRoFESS, the AGGRENOX arm had a higher number of hemorrhagic strokes compared to clopidogrel (0.
AGA Profess Graphics harvested 22 gold, silver and bronze trophies in the Jordan Advertising Award (JAA) ceremony which was held on August 24, at the Grand Hyatt Hotel.
Neither can force nor influence a person to go to or to remain away from church against his will or force him to profess a belief or disbelief in any religion.
Any who would profess to understand modern Islam and Baghdad must understand the city's heyday during the 8th and 9th centuries: and this is the place to do it.
President Bush makes no secret of his religious zeal, but like so many in this country who profess faith in Christ, his piety seems a little contrived.