to love him perseveringly
to possess him forever, for to love so great a
They must focus on their goals and work perseveringly
They did not allow themselves to be seduced, or to be put off, and they perseveringly
continued in treatment.
49)," (46) Vatican II, describing a virtue to articulate a moral norm, teaches that the spouses' love should share in their marriage's indissolubility--that is, be perseveringly
faithful: "This love sincerely confirmed by mutual fidelity, and made especially sacrosanct by the sacrament of Christ, is indissolubly faithful physically and mentally in prosperity and adversity, and is therefore far removed from all adultery and divorce.
easily and perseveringly
stand against this social phenomenon.
From this, then, we perceive Jones' insurrection against the prison-life discourses which perseveringly
take hold of our actions and assert a strenuous and continuous materialisation of normative gender standards.
There the calling activity of the different species occurring along the altitudinal gradient increases with elevation, with the mountain species calling quite perseveringly
Omar Maani, said that GAM will adopt the symposium's recommendations perseveringly
, stressing that it will also implement the applicable ones in cooperation with their partners in the Traffic Department, the Jordanian Institute of Traffic, and the Ministry of Education.
Jefferson, and so industriously and perseveringly
cultivated by Virginia.
They also validate such "unsupervised play on the Boston Common" as Temple School allowed every day (Ronda 112) and the premise articulated by Froebel and espoused by Elizabeth Peabody as she would pioneer the kindergarten movement in America: "A child that plays thoroughly, with self-active determination, perseveringly
until physical fatigue forbids, will surely be a thorough, determined man, capable of self-sacrifice for the promotion of the welfare of himself and others" (Froebel 55).
This must, therefore, form the basis to which one must loyally and perseveringly
adhere in order to establish true "peace on earth.
In winter quarters at Corbin's Farm in December 1862, he wrote to his close friend John Preston of his desire for peace: "I greatly desire to see peace, blessed peace, and I am persuaded that if God's people throughout our Confederacy will earnestly and perseveringly
unite in imploring His interposition for peace, that we may expect it.
As he passionately explained in a letter he sent to Gobineau soon after completing the translation: "Here was the light I had sought for so earnestly and perseveringly
, which had so often given me a transient gleam and then left me more in the dark than ever.