worldly belongings


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The depth and extent of human and material loss and suffering was colossal, and so should be the effort to bring comfort and compassion to children who lost their parents and parents who lost their children and worldly belongings.
Their house, though sparse in worldly belongings, was a clean, child-friendly home.
He stood outside the Valencia Kmart store on a frigid evening last week - most of his worldly belongings next to him in a trash bag.
And now, instead of unwrapping Easter eggs, the former Family Fortunes host is busy wrapping up all his worldly belongings and putting them in removal vans.
Besides carrying all their worldly belongings, they also carry something called a 'tiffin', which is like a leggo version of a lunch box.
I now know what it must feel like to be part of a travelling circus, packing up the worldly belongings, trundling into town, performing in front of the crowds, and then loading everything back on board and trekking off to the next venue.
Moving home can be one of the most stressful events of our lives and we all like to know our worldly belongings are going to be in safe hands as they hit the road from one house to another M Thomson Removals is a family company dedicated to making your move as easy and stress-free as possible.
Down commercial arteries such as Manchester Boulevard, you'll see ragged men pushing their worldly belongings in purloined shopping carts.
If I were asked to sit down and list all my worldly belongings, I would be at my wit's end.
Mrs Ratcliffe's Revolution may sometimes appear hard to believe, but the story is based very closely on the real experiences of Brian Norris, who at the height of the Cold War in 1968 packed up his family and all their worldly belongings into a Russian Moscovotch car.
And poor Sergeant Gilmore gets his dirty laundry aired in public when his boyfriend Sean dumps all his worldly belongings on the station's doorstep.