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(1) This makes Joy's relinquishment argument hard to swallow.
(2) Certainly it involves relinquishment of stinginess, clinging and greed.
(3) One kind of love is called relinquishment. Sentencedict.com
(4) "I think relinquishment is a bad idea for three reasons, " says Kurzweil.
(5) Relinquishment of burdens and fears begins where adoration and worship of God become the occupation of the soul. ----Frances J. Roberts.
(6) British relinquishment of power in India was accompanied by the partition of the country; the western part of the Punjab became Pakistani territory, the eastern part Indian.
(7) Our curriculum trains for the relinquishment of judgment as the necessary condition of salvation.
(8) The spiritual journey is the relinquishment, or unlearning of fear and the acceptance of love back into our hearts.
(9) Dedicator understands that such relinquishment of all rights includes the relinquishment of all rights to enforce those copyrights in the Work.
(10) That relinquishment of all we had been born with was what were to aim for.
(11) There is, to be sure[sentencedict.com], a certain logic in the view which advocates the relinquishment of doomed creatures to eternity.
(12) I suppose she wept for lost gladness and the relinquishment of true friends.
(13) The story of the Internet is one of piecewise relinquishment of government control and empowerment of private individuals and organizations.
(14) Licenses are usually granted on the basis of an initial term with specific provisions for the timing and amount of relinquishment prior to entering the next phase of the contract.
(15) For life is a paradox: it enjoins us to cling to its many gifts even while it ordains their eventual relinquishment.
(16) This example is relevant today, because we are beginning to see calls for relinquishment of another technology.
(17) We are against exploitation, against the sale of babies, and against forced relinquishment.
(18) The art of living is to know when to hold fast and when to let go, for life is a paradox: we cling to its many gifts eventual relinquishment.
(19) The art of living is to know when to hold fast and when to let go.For life is a paradox: it enjoins us to cling to its many gifts even while it ordains their eventual relinquishment.
(20) Further, Dunbar notes that behavior issues are the number - one cause relinquishment to shelters.
(21) For life is paradox: it enjoins us to cling to its many gifts even while it ordains their eventual relinquishment.
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