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Recently, the Fisher House Foundation demonstrated the profoundness of their commitment to the families of our nation's heroes.
What I want to emphasize is the quality, profoundness, and impartial fairness of the speeches and of the contributions at this symposium.
Here the profoundness of interrogating literature and seeking its relevance in the textual representations of Anne to their own Palestinian situation are most obvious: "Why didn't Mathew get married?
While Burgard's text ably addresses De Staebler's sculptural profoundness and documents his life circumstances, the artist's positivity of life is less featured here.
The 40th anniversary of friendship and good neighborly relations between Iran and the Omani Sultanate will be held on Tuesday while these ties enjoy increasing profoundness and strength under the current conditions in the region today," Iranian Ambassador to Oman Ali Akbar Sibouyeh told FNA.
Al-Jaz referred to the profoundness of the historic relations between Sudan and Turkey, commending development of the bilateral relations in various domains.
Skorka says the issue was handled in a way that did a disservice to the profoundness of the analysis the topic deserves.
Building on the principle of helping others, Ferrazi's advice in this area reaches a pinnacle of profoundness describing why you never keep score when helping others.
Did you realize the profoundness of his impact as soon as you read him, or was it gradual?
So the vision, the values, the profoundness, thinking deep, thinking something holistic and that is something again important," she added.
The new design gives a score of profoundness to the goal-oriented features offered by the startup.
Ceramic sculpture in the Song period, like other types of porcelain, was fully connotative and graceful, with profoundness and exquisiteness, which expressively denoted a strong preference of literati and scholars of the Song Dynasty.