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In the Other, the self recognizes itself as if for the first time and, at one and the same time, recognizes that, even though across transitory objects, the self has always known the Other who gives with a solicitousness that is "without reason, without limit, without return, without self-conscious after-thought.
For years now, he and his mother had existed in a state of uneasy truce, each pursuing a separate life, coming together at meals and passing the time of day, but little else, unless either happened to be out of sorts when they would fuss over each other with habitual clucking solicitousness.
The true guardians of language, Rajcic maintains, are writers: "The sorrow and solicitousness over the loss of language is felt above all by the people, who, use language as a tool, the writers.
God gives me clear and obvious signs to communicate His will to me," "When making a choice or tough decision, God gives me clear answers and direction"), Divine Solicitousness ("Nothing is too small, like finding my lost keys, to pray to God about," "If you have deep faith and pure motives God will grant even your smallest requests"), Special Destiny ("God has a very specific plan for my life that I must search for and find," "God has a destiny for me to find and fulfill"), and Denial of Randomness ("Every event around us is a sign of God's larger plans and purposes," "God controls every event around us, down to the smallest details").
9) They are also seen as 'preying upon' people at a vulnerable time, during pregnancy, taking advantage of natural solicitousness for their family's health and fostering maternal guilt around the issue.
767, 767 (2008) (concluding that the "Court's lack of solicitousness to congressional factfinding is indefensible on both constitutional and prudential grounds").
Lifting it this summer as a one-time benefit or stimulus is practically a caricature of the contemptuous solicitousness with which Washington treats ordinary Americans, the equivalent of kissing the booboo of drivers who have seen gas prices nearly double over the past three years.
Hama extends God's solicitousness to other issues, such as visiting a mourner, which is associated with God blessing Isaac after Abraham's death (see Gen.
Still, within this life of cyclical labor, Ciulei shows the warmth of the family's interactions, whether in the solicitousness with which Costica asks the children every afternoon about their school grades, or in the roughhousing between Maria and Alexandra.
In addition to her almost maternal solicitousness in the second scene (3.
The 15 parents with 9 transitions were AchEiRIcAlLy, COuraGeOusNeSs, CoUrTlieSt, CoUrTlINeSs, DEpaRtMentAlLy, IsChIoCeLEs, PaRANuClEaRs, PlEoNosTeOSEs, PlEuROcentRAlLy, PoUrPArTiEs, PsYlLiAtEs, SaTuRAtIoNs, ScHolARliNeSs, SOLicItOusNeSs, and SpEaRhEaDs.
Storr's solicitousness toward Africa--for which he has assembled a gallery of expert witnesses and roped in others to abet the crudity of his bald politics--is of precisely the same order as Conrad's.