"When I Look Upon
your eyes" contains a selected number of poems by Ukrainian poets that are converted into Persian by Bahador Bagheri and Anna Bocharnikova.
And they have to look upon
it both from that point of view and the point of view of its scientific claims to explain certain scientific phenomena.
Most importantly, in most specialties, practices are operating in a "sellers market." Due to the shortage of physicians available to fill the demand for access, thoughtful groups look upon
senior physicians as a resource.
That's the best way from there to look upon
/ here: well after hours, blinking."
Even though you offer me your burnt offerings and grain offerings, I will not accept them; and the offerings of well-being of your fatted animals I will not look upon
. Take away from me the noise of your songs; I will not listen to the melody of your harps" (Amos 5:21-23).
I look upon
it as a vote of confidence from the manager and I welcome that.
Kalpana is Neema's great-grandmother, who dreams of a journey from her village in India to Australia to see her family there and to look upon
the face of her dead husband.
Yet, people from many cultural groups look upon
questioning as an intrusion into privacy.
Once upon a time, we residents of Grangetown could look upon
a panorama to Penarth and beyond.
And how many will return sound of limb, but not of mind, subtly programmed to look upon
fellow Americans as potential threats to the new global order?
But this season, we look upon
Nader's run for President with profound misgivings.
"Paul didn't tell me to be dreamy, but I look upon
my character that way, and he hasn't objected.
Recalled Falwell, "I told the president last week in the Oval Office, I said, 'Sir, there are 80 million of us evangelicals in this country and we've come to look upon
you not only as our president but as a man of God.' He said, 'Jerry, I'll do my best.
First and foremost, don't look upon
the construction cleanup as an afterthought.
It's odd to think that anyone would look upon
a person infected with the AIDS virus with even a tinge of envy, but some of the estimated 170 million people worldwide infected with hepatitis C virus (HCV) may do just that.