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Manila Auxiliary Bishop Broderick Pabillo on Sunday urged the Filipino Catholic faithful to show devotion to the Sto.
Government should show devotion for pluralist democracy and fulfill the reforms arising from the Agreement from Przino.
The Minister Muhammad Atif encouraged the graduating students to work hard and show devotion in helping their dear homeland prosper.
The Minister Mohammad Atif encouraged the graduating students to work hard and show devotion in helping their dear homeland prosper.
Muslims in Pakistan, the UK and around the world will sacrifice the day-to-day luxuries that we take for granted; pray for people in need; and fast to show devotion to God.
The London-based award ceremony, which is sponsored by Microsoft, is held to recognise the achievements of grass roots communities who show devotion to encouraging equality, diversity and inclusion.
If you help your tenants with their needs and keep the building in a good shape, you will face fewer vacancies; and even if you want to increase rents, tenants will be happy to pay more when you show devotion to them.
They reasserted the security agents' commitment to persevere in their efforts and show devotion in the service of Tunisia.
The logbook planned for the rest of year, is also filled with a range of stimulating shows including some solos and curated group exhibitions including our annual show Devotion to celebrate our Vth anniversary in September 2011.
I find myself moved by her words, not because they show devotion to my country and my people, but because the pastora and her congregants still have faith in Israel, despite everything it has done to them in the past year.
Haverfordwest-born Bale's not the only actor to show devotion to the infamous style of mentally and physically immersing oneself in character.
There was once a time when football fans contented themselves with a scarf their mother knitted and a rattle in order to show devotion to their team.