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And Zionism, be it right or wrong, good or bad, is rooted in age-Cilong traditions, in present needs, in future hopes, of far profounder import than the desires and prejudices of the 700,000 Arabs who now inhabit that ancient land.
do, al ambito cultural, uno de los que viene teniendo mas peso en el <<crowdfunding>>; o de Profounder y Zopa, en el social y apoyo a la emprendeduria.
Now, I must confess that as I read this I wasn't quite sure if the misspelling of "women" concealed a profounder meaning or was merely a typographical error.
He stressed that the Arab security is an integral whole that demands "higher Arab security coordination and a more comprehensive and profounder cooperation.
Safely, a man in the street demonstrates a far better grasp and far profounder wisdom.
One of the most moving discourses against slavery, the poem attains profounder meaning in the concluding lines:
But members of non-Muslim groups say they would have liked to see more and profounder changes in the package.
Was this kind of reflection prompted by a profounder logic--in the learners' view at least?
It was Pythagoras who carried to the west the profounder feeling for personality which had [impacted] upon the Hesiodic and Orphic movement.
In spite of Britain's 70th and final official Battle of the Atlantic commemoration events taking place in Liverpool from next Thursday, museum founder Fred O'Brien claims there is widespread ignorance about its profounder meaning.
Is this a fluke of fate or fad, or is there some profounder reason?
Then about Socialism--there is a profounder cause than that lying indeed beneath all causes.