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That society was sadly wrong he was convinced, but he propounded no definite plan for its regeneration.
Contemporary with Carlyle and Ruskin and fully worthy to rank with them stands still a third great preacher of social and spiritual regeneration, Matthew Arnold, whose personality and message, however, were very different from theirs and who was also one of the chief Victorian poets.
Janvier, the new parson, began to divide the work of regeneration with me.
The great man who shall save us from the shipwreck which is imminent will no doubt avail himself of individualism when he makes a nation of us once more; but until this regeneration comes, we bide our time in a materialistic and utilitarian age.
And of all means to regeneration Remorse is surely the most wasteful.
He walked frail, insignificant, shabby, miserable - and terrible in the simplicity of his idea calling madness and despair to the regeneration of the world.
But that is the beginning of a new story--the story of the gradual renewal of a man, the story of his gradual regeneration, of his passing from one world into another, of his initiation into a new unknown life.
For the first time we have a first class team which has brought in huge amounts of external funding for regeneration projects.
The Community Housing Cymru Group is ready to invest pounds 250m in Wales to stimulate investment in the supply of social housing and care and regeneration projects across the country.
A NEW regeneration expert has been appointed to lead major improvements in Tyneside.
Most of the ten papers in this collection study the effectiveness of tree regeneration practices tested in forests in the U.
HEAT and Kensington Regeneration staff, along with volunteers, delivered the gifts to people selected from the team's database or nominated by local residents associations.