In contrast, God does not need to establish trust with sinners before reconciling
because a) He is not psychologically damaged (thus no risk of being injured again) and b) sees into the future (thus no uncertainty about the future).
During its post-closing adjustment review process, the company should accumulate and review any significant nonposted reconciling
items identified from the reconciliations and other uncorrected/unrecorded accounting entries identified during other review processes to determine whether the books should be reopened and any or all of these entries posted.
This makes it difficult to imagine using violence, especially killing, in the service of justice, since presumably reconciling
with your enemies precludes killing them.
Start-Up Costs for Receiving and Reconciling
Adelberger, however, now disputes the isospin explanation as a valid means of reconciling
contradictory experimental results.
The PcardSystem(TM) is a best in class, robust application that automates the entire manual paper-based process of managing and reconciling
purchase card charges through the entire life cycle from order entry, to order approval, to merchandise ordering, to order verification, and allocation of purchase card charges to appropriate cost center accounts.
Bul, in the process of reconciling
tribes in Jonglei, was accused by the Murle community of allegedly siding with the Dinka Bor, his tribe, prompting the Murle to withdraw from the reconciliation process and demanding for appointment of a neutral person to chair it.
Fasting draws them anew into the sacrificial and reconciling
love of Christ and helps to remove all that separates them from God and love of their neighbor.
a developer of departmental data reconciliation and custom designed data management solutions, has released DataCheck, a data integrity assurance system that assists financial organizations in reconciling
data through a simple, positive query system.
Bowler, professor of the history of science at Queen's University, Belfast, in Reconciling
Science and Religion: The debate in early twentieth century Britain, provides an informed background for understanding what is taking place today.
By the late 1840s, their flexibility succeeded in reconciling
a substantial segment of the city's working population to the liberal entrepreneurial world view.
Thus, these lines should be retained for reconciling
E&P and financial statement data.
Errors made when reconciling
bank statements can now be fixed instantly with the new Undo Reconciliation feature.
But we also recognised that the church is called to be a reconciling
force in the world so we turned our attention to global matters such as world poverty, disease, disparity between rich and poor in this country, our relationship to the larger Anglican Communion," he added.
Jones suggests forgiveness may begin in an instantaneous act, but it is sustained, nurtured, and completed in a reconciled and reconciling
way of life that makes genuine communion and peace possible.