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Page 89 of Ethnology Vol. 3, Issue 1 [page]

1964 Ethnology  
No inform¬ ant praised indulgence for its own sake, but considerable under¬ standing was implied in the attribution of indulgence to urban stress and frustration, and there was very little condemnation  ...  before leading the army to the battlefields would gather to smoke first.  ... 

Stand Up Indulgent Rendezvous [article]

Quentin Bramas
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The rendezvous is stand up indulgent in the sense that when a crash occurs, the correct robot must still meet the crashed robot on its last position.  ...  The Stand Up Indulgent Rendezvous Problem.  ...  For the special case of two robots, the strong gathering problem boils down to stand up indulgent rendezvous (SUIR), as presented above. Only few results are known: 1.  ... 
arXiv:2010.04400v1 fatcat:vgdgn2ydi5curcsb37towo3kne

Page 238 of Word. A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Philosophy, Science, Religion, Eastern Thought, Occultism, Theosophy and the Brotherhood of Humanity Vol. 1, Issue 5 [page]

1905 Word. A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Philosophy, Science, Religion, Eastern Thought, Occultism, Theosophy and the Brotherhood of Humanity  
The Archimage smiles indulgently). Julian goes on: Where are the others? Shall we go to them? Arch. Stay here they all will come. Thy instinct chose The gathering place, nearest to heaven here.  ...  Temple servants bring food and drink, wash their feet, put on new sandals, new robes and after a considerable time they all gather around the Archimage, who stands where Julian formerly stood, and who  ... 

Page 11 of The Bibliotheca Sacra Vol. 25, Issue 97 [page]

1868 The Bibliotheca Sacra  
There is no one pursuit so general or so constant as that of wealth, or attended with more uniform success; and this, be¬ cause there is no one thing external to virtue which stands in tlie relation of  ...  range of moral government, reaching the worst as the best, finding impulses to play upon as certainly in the lowest as in the highest, and in all its diversity of motives paving the path of progress, and gathering  ... 

Page 147 of Philistine, a Periodical of Protest Vol. 15, Issue 5 [page]

1902 Philistine, a Periodical of Protest  
Several of our Best Citizens stand ready to back up their belief with instances, times, 147  ...  Bill’s creed is a composite, made of ideas gathered from the various orthodox denominations.  ... 

Page 504 of The Missionary Herald Vol. 10, Issue 11 [page]

1814 The Missionary Herald  
But with how much greater confidence ought we to hope and pray for an indulgent and attentive hearing, while we stand so highly impeached as the ministers of Jesus—the living God If we have departed from  ...  It is the prerogative of Him, who has seen all that we have dune, and be- fore whom our conduct is sealed up for judgment and eternity.  ... 

Page 283 of Manchester Quarterly, a Journal of Literature and Art Vol. 4, Issue 3 [page]

1885 Manchester Quarterly, a Journal of Literature and Art  
He desires to pursue pleasure but not to be her slave, to wind the links of sinful habit around mind and body and not to feel their pressure, to transgress and not to suffer, to indulge passion and gather  ...  But he will not stand still. A young satyr goes by his side, a little in advance, dragging a calf’s head by accord. There, again, he may see himself.  ... 

Page 271 of The London Quarterly and Holborn Review Vol. 43, Issue 86 [page]

1875 The London Quarterly and Holborn Review  
Much as the journals could not but be occupied with the money panic, they were yet more taken up with the Alliance.  ...  The world was made to under- stand that there is a force in free Evangelical Christianity to which nothing else in public life can be compared.  ... 

Page 271 of The London Quarterly and Holborn Review Vol. 43, Issue 86 [page]

1875 The London Quarterly and Holborn Review  
Much as the journals could not but be occupied with the money panic, they were yet more taken up with the Alliance.  ...  The world was made to under- stand that there is a force in free Evangelical Christianity to which nothing else in public life can be compared.  ... 

Page 262 of Friends Review; A Religious, Literary and Miscellaneous Journal Vol. 5, Issue 17 [page]

1852 Friends Review; A Religious, Literary and Miscellaneous Journal  
as if the whole being, physi- cal and mental, in revenge for violated laws, gathered itself up with a kind of instinctive, retributive wrath, and hurried the drunkard with REVIEW. inexorable behest to  ...  If this indulgence is denied to any, they are the moderate drinkers.  ... 

Page 289 of American Journal of Theology Vol. 10, Issue 2 [page]

1906 American Journal of Theology  
What shall I take up first? Shall I treat of the evils or of the good laid low? Evil stands erect, right lies hid—a broad field for satire.  ...  Luxury glows, and stands up in open strength high to be seen. Peace weeps, love groans, wrath stands and roars, while right is banished. Wherever I turn my eyes I see looseness and guilt rejoicing.  ... 

Page 57 of Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs Vol. 5, Issue 1 [page]

1944 Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs  
In many of these instances there is a defi- nite history of the onset of alcoholic indulgence occurring after the beginning of psychotic behavior, such indulgence no doubt being a part of an escape mechanism  ...  Under the heading of “Religious Conversion,” Voegtlin and Le- mere (23) mention revival meetings and Salvation Army gather- ings, the “religious experience” advocated by the Alcoholics Anony- mous, and  ... 

Page 651 of The Methodist Review Vol. 57, Issue 4 [page]

1875 The Methodist Review  
The boats are used instead of wagons to gather the crop.  ...  Judging by the proclamations of indulgences the ecclesiastical authorities seem to be awake, but he saw no one earning the indulgences in the churches.  ... 

Page 295 of The Living Age Vol. 297, Issue 3852 [page]

1918 The Living Age  
It stands for the subjection to human judgment of all claims of external authority, whether in an organized Church, or in more looseiy gathered societies of believers, or in books held sacred.  ...  to philosophic Liberalism, which he says “stands for pursuit of social good against class interest or dynastic in terest.  ... 

Page 256 of The Mirror, Monthly Magazine Vol. 18, Issue 512 [page]

1831 The Mirror, Monthly Magazine  
256 She Gatherer. A enap idered trifles. up of - SHAKSPEARB. ; MOTION. ¢¢ How many kinds of motion are there,” said a Glaswegian professor of physics to one ofhisvery bright pupils. ‘Three, Sir,”?  ...  A xogvacious lady, ill of a disease of forty years standing, applied to Mr. A. for advice, and had begun to describe its progress from the first, when Mr.  ... 
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