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At length the master and mistress appeared by themselves in the shop; money and papers were secured, and the female was just retiring to an inner room, when she suddenly came back to the counter, opened our drawer, seized us with no very reverent hands, and, the next thing we knew, the whole twelve of us were thrust into a trunk upstairs, and buried in Egyptian darkness.
The falls of Schaffhausen made him `offer reverent thanks to the all-powerful Creator of the universe, whose works were wondrous and beautiful,' and he could not help thinking that they who lived in sight of `this handiwork of their blessed Maker must be moved by the contemplation to lead pure and holy lives.
Natasha and Princess Mary also wept now, but not because of their own personal grief; they wept with a reverent and softening emotion which had taken possession of their souls at the consciousness of the simple and solemn mystery of death that had been accomplished in their presence.
We stand with Muslim Filipinos in their reverent observance of the holy month of Ramadan,' Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella said in a statement.
Make no was a diehard reverent sparing in mobile Latest album Meet The Humans - the third he's released under his own name - is a case in point, and this joyous live performance ("a troll through the hits" according to his mocking introduction), picked out of many of its highlights, from the gently pleading Alive to the rapturous Planet Sizes.
Burt Shavitz is remembered as a wild-bearded and free-spirited Maine man, a beekeeper, a wisecracker, a lover of golden retrievers, a reverent observer of nature, and the face that still smiles back from the lid of every Burt's Bees hand salve.
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THE Church of England has warned current plans for constructing the line mean human remains will not be treated "in a decent and reverent manner".
As a resident of Toronto who has been affronted by the unsavoury image of our badly behaved mayor on the front page of newspapers for many months now, I was shocked and disappointed to see yet another man of his ilk, Don Cherry, on the front page of the December 2013 issue of the Anglican Journal [The irreverent, reverent Don Cherry].
The meeting was participated by Executive Director of ICDI Robina Massey, Program Manager Corelius Asghar, Charangjit Singh, Hardial Singh of Sikh community, Reverent Patrik, Haroon Sarabdial of Hindu and Sardar Sabir Hussain.
While Muscle Shoals can't match the quality of The Last Waltz or PBS's The Blues, the film offers a reverent and infectious glimpse into a town and culture responsible for some of the finest R&B, soul, and rock and roll ever recorded.
There is now much to do at our libraries, They are not like the places of old, With the reverent hush and loud whispered shushhhhh, And faces frosty and cold.