The public are entreated to
bear in mind that thirteen years have passed since it was finished, many more since it was begun, and that during that period, places, manners, books, and opinions have undergone considerable changes.
While there is no one to blame, that does not mean no one should be entreated to
start cutting costs.
Then James is entreated to
deliver devastating news to Mandela: his son Madiba Thembekile has been killed in a car crash.
Of course, he's also entreated to
spout the will of the town's wealthy and powerful - so the witch trials were over a land dispute?
Righteous perfection is a mighty daunting aspiration, no matter how urgently one is entreated to
achieve it, but Robert La Follette would come to take up this challenge with a vengeance.
First-time convention attendees are asked to stand and are entreated to
strive for the 25-year attendance pin.