“By the way, I suppose he hasn’t had a change of heart about handing harschite over to the government?’”
“If it were true, as the aged minister to whom I have referred and many others seem to believe, that impenitent sinners or backsliders can and do engage in innocent amusements, the very engaging in such amusements, being lawfully right and innocent in them, would involve a change of heart in the unconverted, and a return to God in the backslider.”
“We felt that this change of heart was due to the suffrage-room arranged by our two young friends -- aided, probably, by a few words from the Prince Consort!”
“Halet meant it quite sincerely, of course; she had undergone a profound change of heart during the past two weeks.”
“As the plane banked west toward the Rockies, an off-camera reporter, remarkably breathless, read a statement from MedExcel that said that the corporate change of heart about providing approval for Chaney’s procedure was due to a routine re-review of the facts of the case.”
“Maybe they-thought they'd convinced the parents to treat the kid their way, there was a change of heart and things got out of control.”
“Armand Fried, a New York attorney who had earned a reputation as a hard-nosed litigator, had had a change of heart when he was permitted to observe the work on a family member.”
“That one unguarded look she’d flashed him when he’d suggested she was a tight ass was enough to make him feel like a first class SOB and, while he hadn’t been backpedaling, per se, or had a change of heart about working with her — he still didn’t like it — he couldn’t very well take out Garrett’s duplicity on her.”
“But as we can measure powers only in their effects, we must take the common case of a man in whom an after-repentance and change of heart abolishes his former self.”
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