Foreign powers benefit from and extensively use tools such as politics, sectarianism, and racism to sow the seeds
of strife among Sunnis and Shiites," he added.
Sow the seed
thinly, so there is less thinning out of seedlings to do later on.
In the meantime Catholics can do their part, as Dawson suggested, to sow the seeds
of doubt in the minds of these secular idealists.
Top news stories invariably sow the seeds
which attentive publishers nurture into flourishing newsletters--anything from the oil crisis in the '70s to oil spills in the '80s to the technology craze in the '90s to today's reconstruction of Iraq.
We instantly lose credibility with our fellow citizens, and it distracts us from the main problem: Not that a few corrupt individuals are taking the country over a cliff, but that a system of militarism and corporatism distorts our values, inverts our priorities, and helps to sow the seeds
of hatred overseas.
Ironically, their success and growing prominence have helped sow the seeds
of the current debate.
But did not his passionate advocacy of the Cold War sow the seeds
from which McCarthyism sprang?
The history of mobile gaming 1997-1999: Embedded games sow the seeds
Make a seed drill using a narrow trowel or stick and sow the seeds
as evenly as you can in the bottom.