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1 Michael Ramsey was therefore the grandson of a Congregationalist minister on one side and of an Anglican vicar on the other.
2 Ramsey went out of his years at school with a sense of contentment which in retrospect he knew to be a veneer.
3 Ramsey inherited a battle like this from his predecessor.
4 Ramsey spoke out about his faith for Liberalism and talked eloquently about the freedom of Liberal minds.
5 Ramsey, so shamefully plundered and denuded by impious villains?
6 So Ramsey cried to the Church not to dilute itself, or adjust itself to what contemporary Smith or Jones can swallow.
7 Ramsey the Liberal politician had ideas of democracy which cut across this benevolent dictatorship.
8 Records of several cellular phone conversations between Ramsey and other individuals confirmed this, Wasserman said.
9 Therefore he felt a rapport with Ramsey.
10 Near the end of his life Ramsey was asked which of his books he was most glad to have written.
11 Nothing was going to stop Ramsey attending the memorial service for a close friend, whether it was legal or illegal.
12 Then Ramsey rose to second the vote of thanks.
13 He worked with Ramsey on several ecumenical committees and respected his mind.
14 Slowly Michael Ramsey began to realize that the eternal verities were more important to him than the political excitements.
15 Ramsey felt no sense of gratitude to anyone who moved him out of Durham.
16 Ramsey turned to study law, which then was regarded as the best training for a future politician.
17 Ramsey was very rude to him in the debate.
18 Ramsey said coordination, which includes radio communication among different disaster-relief groups, had improved greatly since the 1989 quake.
19 Joan Ramsey, open-hearted, smiling, caring, changed his life.
20 The school was very good at cricket, Ramsey was not.
21 Thus Ramsey found leisure to read, and write, and make friends in the diocese.
22 Ramsey thought it a protection against wrongful ceremony to understand its principles.
23 It is unclear when Patsy Ramsey first launched her precocious daughter on the circuit.
24 A stranger would not have known to write the three-page note referring to the business dealings of John Ramsey.
25 And why should any brother of Shrewsbury want to see our best patroness carted away to Ramsey?
26 As a camera crew shot the outside of the Ramsey home,[www.Sentencedict.com] neighbor Barnhill was busy clearing new-fallen snow from his sidewalk.
27 Archbishop Fisher went so far as to write a very tough letter to the editor in defence of Ramsey.
28 If he has offended against Church law or the Rule of the Order, it is for Ramsey to discipline him.
29 It was the occasion of the first letter from Michael Ramsey which is preserved: Tuesday Evening just after tea.
30 The case unfolded at about 5 a. m. on Dec. 26 when Patricia Ramsey found the ransom note.
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