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  • "After their initial horror, many responsible Christians, women and men, in ministry and outside of ministry, have come to realize that deep-reaching reforms are necessary," wrote leading German theologians in a petition to the nation's highest Catholic officials.

    German Catholics call for reform, many leaving

  • And it is a sadness as deep-reaching as the roots of the race.

    Chapter 10

  • Takes my breath away both with the stunning art and the deep-reaching insight and perspective.

    Best of 2008 » Comics Worth Reading

  • Shelf convection is the only deep-reaching thermohaline ventilation process presumed to enter the Arctic Ocean and hence is responsible for local deep-water formation.

    Ocean processes of climatic importance in the Arctic

  • And the solutions he offers generally sound small and local rather than deep-reaching and systemic.

    Getting to Know Him

  • Despite the heightened deal activity, analysts say deep-reaching German banking consolidation could take several more years.

    Commerzbank to Acquire

  • China's first orderly succession since 1949 was a deep-reaching one.

    China's Princelings Problem

  • With it goes an understanding of human nature which is no less deep-reaching because it is apt to find expression in whimsical or flagrantly paradoxical forms.

    Hunger

  • But theirs was deep-reaching research, not a snapshot poll, and the two issues were found to be intertwined.

    Archive 2003-12-29

  • This deep-reaching present confirmed our relationship.

    A Portrait of Tsenzhab Serkong Rinpoche

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