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No one who is unwanted and unasked for should be ordained, lest the city despise or hate a bishop whom they did not choose.
If you are asked what o'clock it is, tell it, but do not proclaim it hourly and unasked like the watchman.
Teaching moments included everything from learning to count, to learning how to rub chalk off a blackboard where the older siblings would launch into a teaching moment unasked, although sometimes the younger child requested instructions.
Shot in South Africa, but set somewhere on the lawless American frontier, "The Salvation" answers that great unasked question of how a Western might sound with a Danish accent.
But in case racists drew some inaccurate conclusions about who was robbing who, Watson slipped in another, unasked for, table.
giving someone a set of prayer beads unasked could be taken as rather presumptuous.
However, a crucial question remains unasked and unanswered: has Prime Minister Gruevski learned what a world politics of strength, power, and justice is, Rizaov concludes.
outside the spotlight like an unasked question, then try to divert our
Sipping his whisky and water which, unasked for, arrived at the table shortly before he did, McIlvanney, 76, says Laidlaw may have inspired a new generation of Scottish crime writers.
It blamed human action and inaction and stated warnings were ignored while questions regarding evolving risks went unasked before stating: "The greatest tragedy would be to accept the refrain that no one could have seen this coming and nothing could have been done.
She repeated what she'd been taught, and left unasked the questions she'd been taught to leave unasked.
We were brought tasty sourdough bread and olive oil for dipping as we made our choices and when I asked a question about the bean and chorizo stew that came with the hake main course the waitress, unasked, brought a sample for me to try before I ordered.