to "a Person
of Honour... told with such cir****stances, and such ****everation
, that... I verily believe
he that told it to me, did himself
- face to face, realize, experience, attain'. A sacca-kiriya is a solemn ****everation
to the truth, expressed
as a ritualized speech
act. It is...
with integrity. If I did mistrust
you I would
not use such ****everations
. I think
it doth go on mistrust, and things
- or syncope. It is possible
that al- comes
from the same root as the ****everative
-****-precative particle, لـَ la-; it is the la- used at the beginning...
in the 1960s (in Lewis
1967), is that the Ketiv
text is an ****everative
to the following phrase
and thus as a whole
- did things
better. As Gellately
relates, such a politically-oriented ****everation certainly indicates
Müller did indeed
have preferences. He was notorious...
- in the effective power
to heal, or protect, of the sacca-kiriya, or ****everation
of something quite
true is an aspect
of the work ascribed
to the paritta...
to Lev Kuleshov. In 1924, he married
Anna Zemtsova. Pudovkin ****everated
that his wife encouraged
him for pursuing
as a filmmaker. His...
sever- stern, strict, serious Latin severus ****everate
, ****verance, ****verant, ****verate, ****veration, ****verative...
to the effect
had legally married
Lucy Walter. It was ****everated
of time that the contract
in a black...