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For the sin which we have sinned against You by desecrating Your name Abandoning the “agunot” and those women who were not granted a divorce in the name of our religion, and ignoring the solutions which exist in the Halacha.
Abandoning synchronised sound means the freedom to create any narrative from the images you have.
She will say: Abandoning the steady progress towards the 2013 target, instead of building on the progress that was made when we were in government, will require a big jump in the aid budget in two years' time.
Harriet Harman calls for 'Keep the 0.7%/2013 Promise' campaign
Since the birth of my daughter, I've had to make my own eco-compromises: Abandoning homemade baby food for the store-bought organic kind.
Jennifer Grayson: Eco Etiquette: How To Deal With Green Guilt
Abandoning science, North firmly redoubled, and when everyone passed the question of whether South would make an overtrick acquired rather greater importance.
Memo to Empire State Republicans: Abandoning your core values to get elected is wrong.
Abandoning them would have betrayed not only the people seeking democratic freedoms but the core values of the U.S. and other democratic nations.
Abandoning the (manned) moon outpost in the short term can be justified in this way.
Abandoning your core values to help the Democrats get elected is just plain dumb.
As Arianna highlights in her new book, Third World America: How Our Politicians Are Abandoning the Middle Class and Betraying the American Dream, most of us are getting poorer and poorer these days.
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