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The news was reported by the Bulgarian "Trud" (Labor) daily in the aftermath of the President's discovery that God has been very well-disposed towards the country in terms of earthquakes over the past 60 years.
Iwrite this in the aftermath of the Banker Middle East Product Awards 2012 feeling much more than usually well-disposed towards the financial services industry.
"I thought the police were not going to be well-disposed to him.
Hannon believes that everyone can find God in the everyday, and illustrates just that in this collection, which exemplifies the explanation in the Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC) that "the fruit of sacramental life is both personal and ecclesial." Each sacrament's section starts with a passage from scripture as an introduction for as the CCC tells us "the Holy Spirit prepares the faithful for the sacraments by the Word of God and the faith which welcomes that word in well-disposed hearts.
Even those well-disposed towards the Skopje state probably hope that they are careful about any further plans for statues or renaming things.
BEING a dad seems to have made Derek well-disposed to the world and he's pleased to be playing a sympathetic and warmly paternal character in Five Days.
"By moulding individuals with some sense of their own selfhood and capacity to choose," Martin wrote, "[Pentecostalism] may well be building up a constituency well-disposed to a capitalistic form of development."
It is a pity that it strikes a well-disposed reader as rather Panglossian: if this is not yet 'the best of all possible worlds', it has the capacity to become so if we all pull together and remember our duty to our fellow man.
Do that and he just might find enough people well-disposed enough to him to turn up and vote for him at the next election.
Although Croce was initially well-disposed toward a party that seemed to promise Italy a better political future, these sentiments, as Rizi notes, were "quite short-lived and full of reservations" (11).
Nor will we accept directors that we do not have confidence will be loyalists, by which I mean conscientious, responsible, thorough, but well-disposed, like the incumbents, though, obviously, I didn't say that.