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The white candy reminded him of the purity of Jesus and the 3 thin red stripes of His suffering at the hands of the Roman soldiers.
The broad red stripe reminded him of the blood Jesus shed for all humanity.
Senator Joseph Victor Ejercito, in a separate text message to reporters, also reminded the Philippine National Police (PNP) not to use Duterte's 'words of strong support' on the drug war as a 'license to go on a killing spree.
The 'Dabangg 2' superstar admitted that he was reminded of his 'Karan-Arjun' days, while shooting for the company's advertisement.
The 22-year-old has been constantly reminded that the Fifers' last appearance in the Scottish Cup semi-finals was in 1963 when they lost 5-2 to Celtic.
And one is not reminded of the words of his late grandmother to
THERE will no meeting of the executive committee of the Huddersfield Bowling League in January 2008 while club reps are reminded that their next meeting is the registration meeting on Monday, January 28, at Paddock I&C (7.
The City has reminded them of the regulations and given them fair warning to remove the illegal ads.
The people waiting to do their job stand silently with bowed heads, and I am reminded once again that there are no atheists in foxholes.
I WAS REMINDED OF THIS MEMORABLY A FEW YEARS AGO ON Good Friday.
I have reminded us how every university inquiry presupposes a context, and one beyond the standard arena of "one's peers," whether it be the global market (which all too evidently drives the contemporary university in the United States, and increasingly in the West) or, in this case, the church.
Pope John Paul II, at a gathering of all the ecclesial movements in Rome at Pentecost 1998 (the year of the Holy Spirit), reminded us all of the promise of the Holy Spirit.