Times, Sunday Times (2007)It is one of the country’s best preserved medieval castles. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The rooftop car park where a bouncy castle once stood is a gaping, empty hole. Times, Sunday Times (2015)In summer there are lakeside fish restaurants, most of them on the other side of the castle from the lido.
Do you remember the problems that Paul had with moral impurity in churches? See the church of Galatia (Gal 1:6 9; 3:1 5) and the church of Corinth (1 Cor 3:1 4; 4:18 21; 5:1 2, 6; 6:1 8; 11:17 22; 14:20 23; 15:2; 2 Cor 1:23 2:11; 11:3 5, 12 15; 12:19 21). The word translated relates to who sinned It is the Greek, akatharsia, that is translated as ‘impurity’ (ESV, NIV, NLT, NASB, HCSB, ISV, NET, NRSV, NAB, NJB), ‘uncleanness’ (KJV, Douay Rheims, NKJV). Arndt Gingrich’s Greek lexicon (1957:28) gives the meaning as referring literally to ‘refuse’ () and in a moral sense of people who commit ‘immorality, viciousness, especially of sexual sins’ (; ; ; ) and is the opposite of hagiasmos (or hagismos) in and ..
Dopo soli tre mesi, ho incontrato una modella plus size che mi ha chiesto di truccarla per un servizio fotografico. Non potevo crederci, questo è successo circa dieci anni fa, quando l’industria della moda funzionava in modo molto diverso da quello odierno. Mi ha detto “Sono una modella plus size”.
La Germania sembrava ormai inarrestabile, allora monarchia e popolo inglese si ricordarono di quel tenace conservatore. Il primo ministro Chamberlain fu indotto a dimettersi, sostituito da Churchill che, alzando l’indice e il medio, avvertì gli inglesi: “Ci vorranno sangue, fatica, lacrime e sudore, ma alla fine vinceremo”. E “alla fine” Winston Churchill salvò l’Inghilterra.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)Their findings would be presented to a panel of experts who would then decide if compensation is warranted. The Sun (2016)We need the voice of elected workers in the boardroom, rather than on advisory panels. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Rust was destroying the floor assembly, the seats were worn and there was no instrument panel.
Bush still rely on this hollow analysis. But “the system” is no mindless mechanism operating independently of the men and women individuals with names, power, and obligations who are charged with making it work. Before “the system” can fail, they must fail..
1424KbAbstractThe increase of peat demand for horticultural crops, the reduction of peat availability, due to more and more restrictive regulations about the peatland exploitation and the ecological awareness about the sustainable ecological development, has producted the necessity to find other materials that could replace, totally or partially this as root substrates. It could be interesting to substitute peat with cheaper renovable products, using rejecting items considered as a cost for the company. Several scientists have already started to characterize, chemically physically, the rice hulls and anaerobic digestion residues as peat substitute.