The key to Basil's argument is his assertion that "we also hear the names in the nature, and a father always begets
a son like himself, and we may understand the Father to be the cause of an essence like his.
It is said that books beget
books and movies beget
This might be called "positive reinforcement" for politicians, in hopes that a good deed will beget
more good deeds, but we have our doubts.
Human beings have two basic passions, "to get and to beget
," said Sir William Osler at the turn of the century.
Grinding through the first few pages of Genesis, you may even find yourself sacrilegiously wishing the narrative would just beget
on with it.
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The right to marry and beget
new life has always been grounded in the duty towards the common good; for society proceeds from the family unit as the organs of the body proceed from its cells.
But Dr Reid said: "Violence can only beget
violence and retaliation can only bring a return to the tragic past.
Prince Philip and the Queen were very much part and parcel to the conspiracy of Charles and Diana's betrothal to beget
a future Royal family, as it was very clear from an early age that she was a persona non gratis and lured into a non-suitable marriage.
Airlines will lose $5 billion this year, yet they will soon start saving $10 billion through vastly improved technology, according to William Fife, corporate vp of DMJM Harris, summing up the state of the transportation industry where crises seem to beget
Unimpeded acts of violence beget
acts of increased violence.
Michelangelo Pistoletto's celebrated mirror pieces signaled the broad-based emotional cooling that would beget
Cumulus clouds often beget
cirrus clouds, Lindzen explains.
aspx) methodology has taught us that high expectations often beget
weak price action, as a stock doesn't have to do much to disappoint its eager fans.
In Mayerson's puppet theaters, not only are the dead brought to life, but the passions that beget
life are taken to their limit, to some form of oblivion wrought either by or against the Law.