Vallotton coaches young people in developing a plan for purity
, for guarding their thought life by making a covenant with their eyes not to compromise their heart.
Dairies was founded in 1925 by Miles Ezell and has been operated by the Ezell family ever since, despite the company having been sold to Dean in 1998.
And squiring their daughters to grand purity
balls is, they insist, just one way of convincing them that they should be treated like princesses for the rest of their lives.
Valley Outreach said Purity
Spring's example promotes respectful behavior at a community level through exemplary practices.
issue is one that the industry has become more aware of as engine and SCR performance requirements have become increasingly important," said Armstrong.
Katherine Mullin's new study of the influence of the American, British, and Irish social purity
movements upon James Joyce's fiction through Ulysses argues that Joyce, rather than being the hapless victim of the censors he is often portrayed to be, actually subversively engaged in battles against the social purity
reforms of his day through a plethora of intertexts allusive to this movement.
The especially wide magnetic field pulls ferrous from the edges of the shaker tray, improving purity
in the downstream product run.
Using the patented HT purity
process, Petro-Canada produces 99.9 percent-pure, crystal clear base oil--the purest in the world.
Pivar's 1973 book, Purity
Crusade: Sexual Morality and Social Control, 1868-1900, continues the story of the American social purity
movement into the twentieth century.
of mind and purity
of conduct -these two depend upon the purity
of a man's companions.
Alternate Energy Corporation (AEC) recently announced that the latest tests of its proprietary hydrogen production process have yielded "the best purity
results to date," with hydrogen produced during the trials achieving "an impressive 99.9 percent purity
Impact Analytical now offers differential scanning calorimetry that allows determination of absolute purity
based on the well-recognized premise that even small amounts of impurities lower the melting point of a material and broaden its overall melting range.