From beginning to end, Christ's relationship with the man was from the heart, thus he was able to see rightly
and see what was essential.
I remain mystified why Swansea, so badly bombed, never celebrates the boy from Cockett, Dr Edward (Eddie or Taffy) Bowen who rightly
was responsible for airborne radar.
He (Prevete) is without doubt a dangerous individual and will rightly
spend the next 23 years behind bars.
justified the highlyprohibitive odds of 1-10 when making a winning debut over jumps in the EBF "National Hunt" Novices' Hurdle Qualifier.
One would be Nick Easter, who I think is rightly
considered one of the more experienced players in the squad and is rightly
from zoo visitors, but the prospect of euthanizing those animals has rightly
drawn a collective "Oh, no
SOMEONE WHO REFUSES to consider voting for a woman as president is rightly
deemed a sexist.
Political idealists may be rightly
troubled by the influence of special- interest cash.
The organization, though, is armed, and during its history has undertaken operations that can rightly
be described as terrorism.
Good pedagogy rightly
emphasizes the visual and tangible, which were perhaps not always so accentuated in schools of former times.
Shanghai is rightly
known as China's Gateway, but for whom, the non-Chinese entrepreneurs, or the Chinese exporters?
Archbishop Hutchison rightly
makes the distinction between the policies of the Israeli government and the Jewish communities.
HAS A BAD REPUTAtion these days.
understands that Jesus' preaching of the kingdom must have economic and political repercussions, and he rightly
perceives that the kingdom of God must be a face-to-face fictive kinship or collective social relationship.
On Having Mis-Identified a Wild Flower": A thrush, because I'd been wrong, / Burst rightly
into song / In a world not vague, not lonely, / Not governed by me only.