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1 Other countries have adopted this political creed enthusiastically.
2 Creed opened his mouth to speak, then clamped it shut .
3 The laws apply to everyone irrespective of race, creed or colour.
4 Marxism has never been weaker as a political creed .
5 Christians profess their faith when they say the Creed.
6 This is an indispensable part of his creed.
7 Creed was like a gambler. Spin the wheel.
8 In a flash,[www.Sentencedict.com] Creed was out of the jeep and creeping past foliage and tree-trunks towards the beginning of the picket fence.
9 Creed stood on the sidewalk outside the Palace Hotel.
10 Creed drove by, slowing down and scrutinising the open doorway before finding somewhere to park.
11 Coalitionism was not then only a political creed, but also a web of friendships and habits that underpinned political cooperation.
12 Creed stepped inside and closed both doors again, feeling as if he'd just voluntarily shut himself up in a cell.
13 If the actor was in there, then Creed wanted to flush him out.
14 Creed went over and rapped on the top section, but there was no answer.
15 Creed dipped a hand into his pocket and set the switch that would charge the Nikon's flash.
16 He wasn't sure how Creed had covered the distance between the window and the door.
17 Creed assumed these people had flown as soon as the soft stuff had hit the fan.
18 Not now ... Creed yanked back the lift door and then the outer one.
19 Belief in supreme beings of whatever creed or breed seemed to Kate to constitute an evasion of personal responsibility.
20 He was still wearing his school uniform, Creed noticed.
21 Breaking down creed and colour, With broadside shots of laughter.
22 He had acted in accordance with the Punjab creed, but with too much enthusiasm and a few decades too late.
23 I choose for my subject faith wrought into life, apart from creed or dogma. By faith I mean a vision of good one cherishes and the enthusiasm that pushes one to seek its fulfillment regardless of obstacles. Faith is a dynamic power that breaks the chain of routine and gives a new, fine turn to old commonplaces. Faith reinvigorates the will, enriches the affections and awakens a sense of creativeness.
24 It takes in anybody regardless of religion, colour, or creed.
25 The centre is open to all, no matter what race or creed.
26 And its velvety touch was perversely sensuous although, fortunately for Creed, not quite enough to gain his favour.
27 He looked nonchalant enough as he strolled along the Bayswater Road, but inwardly Creed was a mess of nerves.
28 A wooden corner hit the pursuer in the bony face and Creed was relieved to observe it stagger.
29 There was much public sympathy for the miners in general, however rebarbative the personality and creed of Arthur Scargill himself.
30 Far into the next century, Du Bois lost support of many black church people when he espoused the creed of Marxism.