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Early Day Motion

A UK term of art for a formal motion for a Parliamentary debate on a particular subject to be held on an "early day" (i.e. soon). Topics for EDMs range widely—from support of homeopathic hospitals to the introduction of a bill on climate change. There is no guarantee that an EDM will be debated, even when multiple MPs sign the Motion.
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PTI Chief Imran Khan also prayed for good health of Begum Kalsoom Nawaz.
PTI chief Imran Khan also prayed for the good health of Kalsoom Nawaz.
As the ship was about to leave, the first man heard a voice from heaven booming, 'Why are you leaving your companion on the island?' 'My blessings are mine alone, since I was the one who prayed for them,' the first man answered.
Jesus prayed that they would "experience such perfect unity that the world will know that [God the Father] sent me" (John 17:23).
Conroy, of course, didn't preach about truly political things; he prayed, generically, for compassion.
Secondly, the partners of participants who prayed for them noticed more forgiving behaviour compare to the partners of participants who were assigned to set aside time each day to think positive thoughts about them.
adults (N=1,721) found that women, African-Americans, and those with lower incomes prayed more often than males, whites, and those with higher incomes.
"Yet, once again, when day was done, I prayed, 'O Lord, bless everyone'.
When was the last time you prayed with passion and determination?
2 : to hope or wish very much for <I prayed no one would forget.>
THE last time I prayed was watching the Remembrance Day ceremony at the Cenotaph on TV yesterday.
If we all prayed constantly for world peace it would happen.