The effect of vitamin K supplementation on circulatory osteocalcin and urinary calcium execration
The same applies to the word 'La'anah' or curse and 'Rahmah' or mercy to talk about specific and limited or general and boundless execration
I can already hear the chorus of execration
," Powell noted, pausing to fix the local television crew with his basilisk stare.
It is scarce to be thought of without horror and execration
that men should stoop to murder the man they cannot conquer.
10) Ben Jonson, "An Execration
Upon Vulcan," in Ian Donaldson, ed.
The senior special Assistant has noticed that many of the contracts awarded early this year for execration
were yet to start especially in Ofumama, Gbelegbu and okomu Road in south west local south area of the state.
Obviously, Stiegler does not share Heidegger's one-sided execration
of technology: whereas Heidegger sees technology as an immunization strategy against the burden of freedom (or lack of essence) which Dasein essentially is (human's essence being the lack of all possible essence), Stiegler argues that technology, as it is foundational vis-a-vis what we are as human beings, grants this freedom in the first place (Stiegler, 2004, 45).
No dealer in human blood, even in the town of Liverpool, will be long able to encounter the execration
of all mankind by continuing it.
These crimes have brought upon their authors the execration
of all civilized peoples throughout the world.
It was received with surprisingly widespread acclaim, given the scandal surrounding the author's imprisonment for homosexual offences that formed the subject matter of the ballad and the near--universal execration
and banishment from polite society that had accompanied his fall.
lt;<It was the misfortune of Quevedo to enter into the service of his country when the sceptre of Spain and the Indies was swayed by the feeble successor of the detestable Philip II, who, after a long reign, distinguished by military expeditions that desolated his country, and polluted by crimes that merit the execration
of mankind, expired in the Escurial, leaving his enemies victorious, and his people impoverished>> (I, XIX).
A man may disbelieve in God, heaven and hell; he may care little for mankind, or society, or for the nation to which he belongs-- let him at least be plainly told what are the acts which will stamp him with infamy, hold him up to public execration
, and bring him to the gallows, the gaol or the lash.