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But then the Church came to the front, with an axe to grind; and she was wise, subtle, and knew more than one way to skin a cat -- or a nation; she invented "divine right of kings," and propped it all around, brick by brick, with the Beatitudes -- wrenching them from their good purpose to make them fortify an evil one; she preached (to the commoner) humility, obedience to superiors, the beauty of self-sacrifice; she preached
Jacks admitted; "but, you see, in the case of theories one must build them brick by brick. Then if, after all, as we reach the end, the foundation was false, well, we must watch them collapse and start again."
Chief executive of Brick by Brick, Colm Lacey, said all the homes have been "thoughtfully designed" with a focus on quality.
With the publication of "Particle Physics Brick by Brick" Dr.
It's going to require 260 tons of bricks and mortar being taken down by hand, brick by brick, to gain access.
Brick By Brick was the first leg of the remarkable feat, as the gelded son of Big Bad Bob destroyed his rivals from the front in the Blenheim Stakes under Shane Foley.
Matteo Renzi, Italy's prime minister, has pledged to rebuild the town "brick by brick" and work on preventing any foul play in terms of the rebuilding process, in reference to previous incidents.
All money raised through registration fees goes to the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice Brick By Brick Appeal.
It's time to go beyond just pushing for female empowerment and take on the heavy work of building the nation brick by brick, said Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno as she called on women to show that they are made of tougher stuff by taking a more active role in nation-building.
It was, however, some comfort that the pub was not left to rot, but taken brick by brick to the National Museum of Wales in St Fagans.
Newcastle's Tyne Theatre and Opera House Preservation Trust has been handed a PS1,500 cash boost from the Sir James Knott Trust so people can see Brick By Brick, a production which explores the life and time of theatre founder Joseph Cowen.
Newcastle's Tyne Theatre and Opera House Preservation Trust has been handed a PS1,500 cash boost from the Sir James Knott Trust so people can see Brick By Brick - a production which explores the life and time of theatre founder Joseph Cowen.
The title tune containing samples from George Bush among others in a kind of edgy spy thriller for jazz trio, while Brick By Brick, has a distinctly Middle Eastern feel thanks to the addition of percussion and reeds, as well as its rhythmic and harmonic patterns.
PEOPLE eager for West Bromwich's new retail and leisure development to open can watch it come to life brick by brick.