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*At the end of the speech, the treasury members felicitated finance minister for presenting the budget speech in a well-expressed style and commended his presentation as well.
"Because these poems are so well-crafted and the emotion so well-expressed, the subject matter is overtaken by such themes as boundary, legacy, loss, claim," writes Hahn, an accomplished poet and president of the Poetry Society of America, who selected Mohyuddin's work submitted anonymously in a blind contest with hundreds of other entries from around the globe.
Judge Greally described the girl's victim impact report - which was not read out in court - as an "honest and extremely well-expressed account" of the pain, isolation, emotional turmoil and loss of trust that she has suffered.
*At the end of the speech, Chief Minister felicitated Finance Minister for presenting the budget speech in a well-expressed style and commended her presentation as well.
After all, religionists and nones may argue around the edges, but we hold almost all fundamental values in common, and well-expressed common values can be as effective as religion when imploring our elected officials to use their power to advance society.
As a mainly biographical work, the philosophical sections of this book are expository and are usually well-expressed and accurate.
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"The council is very conscious of the strong and very well-expressed views of everyone who has been in touch asking for the withdrawal to be reconsidered.
But the nurturing role of books and concern for their survival--two of Polastron's major themes--are he notes well-expressed by Ramesses II (1279-1213 BCE) whose "sacred library" bore a plaque stating: "House for Care of the Soul." It was situated within the Ramesseum of Thebes the pharaoh's "Castle of Millions of Years." Invaders rulers of other faiths or even a hostile successor decided the "soul" must be destroyed and time must start anew.
The compassion is sensible, not sentimental, a fact well-expressed in the final poem of the book, "Sharing the karma" (p.
He has been around a long time and that big smile and series of well-expressed expletives will suddenly be gone.
22) was well-expressed and evocative of detail, though the temptation to take predictable political shots at the end is apparently something of which you aren't entirely in control.