soul-searching


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Related to soul-searching: soul-stirring, bare soul, ensouled
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"But after all those talks and all that soul-searching, we decided to go with Jacob and see what he can do in that No.1 position.
SOUL-SEARCHING - Camarines Sur 3rd District Representative Leni Robredo, amid pressure from supporters asking her to run for vice president in tandem with Liberal Party standard-bearer Mar Roxas, finds comfort in the consult of friends and sectoral leaders at her hometown of Naga City in Camarines Sur.
Eurozone crisis prompted soul-searching and new competitive attitudes in French industry
"I really did some soul-searching, and I needed that.
But there has also been much soul-searching about why both the drivers who hit Yue Yue and the passersby in China s wealthiest province, Guangdong, chose to leave her for dead rather than stop and help.
Summary: Gordon D'Arcy admits Ireland face a week of soul-searching after being well beaten 33-10 by France in Paris on Saturday.
This is in response to the letter 'Soul-searching' (GDN, December 8).
Mauresmo has much soul-searching to do after her latest disappointment.
STEPHEN KENNY has revealed his side have had a week of showdowns and soul-searching to get to the bottom of their start-of-season slump.
The mother of tug-of-love schoolgirl Molly Campbell (right) spoke of the "soul-searching" that led her to drop her fight for full custody.
THE mother of tug-of-love schoolgirl Molly Campbell yesterday spoke of the "soul-searching" that led her to drop her fight for full custody of her daughter.
At times dark, at times embodying the spirit of hope, Sins of the Innocent chronicles the years of World War II and beyond with a candid, soul-searching eye.