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“What better name for a German dog than my sons name, HANS (meaning God in Gracious) It is a good strong Scandinavian name.”
“God, in his dealings with him, showed himself a good God, and therefore he bears this testimony to him, and leaves it upon record (v. 5): Gracious is the Lord, and righteous.”
“Gracious is the Lord, may be taken as part of his prayer, as a plea to enforce his request and encourage his faith and hope: "Lord deliver my soul, for thou art gracious and merciful, and that only I depend upon for relief.”
“5 Gracious is the Lord, and righteous; yea, our God is merciful.”
“I've had so many people say, 'I don't go to them at all since you opened up,'" Ms. Diskin said, referring to Gracious Home.”
“He called the Gracious Speech ‘a Labour press release on Palace parchment.’”
“This third Adam Winthrop -- the sixth child of his father's second wife, and the eleventh of his thirteen children -- was born in London, "in the street which is called Gracious,”
“Meanwhile the young maiden took heart (for the handsome knight pleased her), and said, "Gracious Lady Prioress (Sidonia made them all call her Gracious Lady, as if she were a born princess), I am no more a child, as you say, and I know very well what marriage means.”
“The primates 'communiqué, titled Gracious Restraint, addressed global concerns such as the search for peace and stability in Gaza, Zimbabwe and the Sudan, the deepening financial crisis and global warming.”
“Gracious," exclaimed Tom and Dick in low tones, "does he call getting chased by a bull and then tumbling down a well a satisfactory day?”
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