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meatworkers' name for omasum.
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JBRI uses the eVALUEator Biblically Responsible Index (BIBLX) as a benchmark for its investing parameters.
Robert DeMaria's invites the reader to begin a Biblically based twelve month devotional journey to natural restorative health and wellbeing.
He urged parents to resume using traditional and biblically based names.
In spite of--perhaps because of--Beck's challenges, our constituency has grown, and more folks have become committed to biblically rooted social justice.
NEW YORK Everybody treated Harold Ramis like an old friend at the June 15 premiere of the director's new biblically themed movie "Year One.
Breezy in places, flippant in some, profound in others, The Year of Living Biblically is a fun and moving study of the book that has shaped our world.
Initially believing the murderer to be a member of the medical profession, evidence now points toward a vigilante member of the clergy, exacting some sort of biblically based vengeance.
Our Biblically based programs offer Hope and Healing to patients of all faiths.
In a nutshell: Masochistic, biblically tinged Western becomes just your average frontier revenge saga, stretched to pretentious lengths.
I understand that the weakness-metaphor harbors for Caputo a theological event, an event in whose importance I am a true believer: that of the deconstruction of the divine omnipotence in favor--not of a no god, a dead god, but of a possibly better one--a more believable, more worthy, indeed more biblically and existentially resonant divinity.
The God Of Sex: How Spirituality Defines Your Sexuality" by Christian theologian Peter Jones (Professor of New Testament, Westminister Seminary, Escondido, California) is an affirmation of biblically based Christian perspectives on the intertwined nature of spirituality and sex, and the corrupting influences of the broader secular culture.
While correctly condemning Gibson's ugly tirade, Toronto papers insisted on regurgitating the complaints of anti-Semitism against the film star's biblically faithful 2004 masterpiece, The Passion of the Christ.