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Condemnation Meaning

anathematize (verb): Curse; condemn. Word of the Day for October 28th, 2014…

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| ღஜღ~|cM the thought of walking away which condemns, is condemned.

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What does this really mean? Although Ernest Hemingway NEVER said this, I wanna live by it. And I'm two shots in. I will not get drunk, but loose. I don't condone nor condemn drinking. In moderation it helps even perfectionists like me to ease out of being such a frissy-frossy. (See? It's working. I'm making sh*t up.) There are studies suggesting...READ MORE here: http://briannetoma.blogspot.com/2016/09/write-drunk-edit-sober-what-does-it.html

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Jesus spoke of "THE" Way, meaning there is only one way. So all religions are not acceptable to God. He even condemned the religious leaders of his time for not following God's commands and teaching he traditions of men.

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Sometimes we say things we do not mean. Lord, forgive us. http://biblegodquotes.com/sometimes-we-say-things-we-do-not-mean/

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Nicnevin, whose name is from a Scottish Gaelic surname, Neachneohain meaning "daughter of the divine" and/or "daughter of Scathach" NicNaoimhein meaning "daughter of the little saint" Queen of the Fairies in Scottish folklore. The use of the name for this meaning was first found in Montgomerie’s Flyting and was taken from a woman in Scotland condemned to death for witchcraft before being burnt at the stake as a witch. In the Borders the name for this archetype was Gyre-Carling whose name…

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Minimizing someone doesn't make you stand taller | Anonymous ART of Revolution

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from JW.ORG

When I say I am a Christian poem on deep purple, with respect for this color and its deeply significant meaning in our spiritual lives ...

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Justice Scalia, Asshole of the Day for December 16, 2014 by TeaPartyCat (Follow @TeaPartyCat) While Dick Cheney has been leading the way on defending the Bush administration’s torture program— both in redefining torture and explaining how he thinks 9/11 means that all treaties and prior norms no longer matter— someone thought to ask Justice Scalia about whether torture is constitutional. Now you’d think the issue would be cut-and-dry. After all, the Constitution ...

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