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“Messiah is to lift up Jerusalem to its glory and lay the foundations of an Israelitic theocracy.”
“What an enterprise of Nature thus to lay the foundations of and to build up the future continent, of golden and silver sands and the ruins of forests, with ant-like industry!”
“PTOLEMAEUS I. SOTER, the son of Lagus, a Macedonian of low rank, distinguished himself greatly during the campaigns of Alexander; at whose death he secured for himself the government of Egypt, where he proceeded at once to lay the foundations of a kingdom,”
“And I have put my words in thy mouth, and I have covered thee in the shadow of mine hand, that I may plant the heavens, and lay the foundations of the earth, and say unto Zion,”
“Jean Severn, whose parents, along with James Creed and Benjamin Robillard, Zac’s grandfather, had helped to lay the foundations for the science of Fundamental Robotics that eventually led to the creation of the robotic brain and, ultimately, the I-Bots themselves.”
““My heart beareth me witness,” he there says, “and the Lord who is greater knoweth, my faith was never prouder than to be a common rough barrowman in Anwoth, and that I could not look at the honour of being ane mason to lay the foundations for many generations, and to build the waste places of Sion in another kingdom, or to have ane hand in the carved work in the cedar and almug trees in that new Temple.””
“The first of the Seljukian sultans was conspicuous by his zeal and faith: each day he repeated the five prayers which are enjoined to the true believers; of each week, the two first days were consecrated by an extraordinary fast; and in every city a mosch was completed, before Togrul presumed to lay the foundations of a palace.”
“To Broadhurst her sweet handling qualities and broad undercarriage suggested that here was the ideal aircraft for night-flying, and with it he helped to lay the foundations of the technique of knocking the Hun out of the night skies.”
“The Professional Coaching Course teaches students coaching and communication skills, how to respond to the most common coaching situations, how to help clients set and prioritize goals, how to move clients through fears and concerns, and how to lay the foundations of a coaching practice.”
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