- n. Plural form of leading.
“The influence of non-Quakers in the place has been of late to quarantine such "leadings" and prevent social contagion.”
“It was all as clear as daylight to Dorothy, whose reverent heart always traced "leadings" in that chain of events which we call life.”
“And his other distortions and purposeful mis-leadings of Justice Stomayor's record is plainly un-presidential.”
“In February 2006, he backed a major initiative to combat global warming, breaking with other leadings evangelicals.”
“The first priority I think that Barack Obama will have in selecting a new justice is, does this person share my sense of the Constitution and what it stands for on affirmative action, on abortion, and on several other leadings issues?”
“If this means risking arrest for nonviolent symbolic actions of peaceful civil resistance and then enduring a time of incarceration then this must be done for the sake of the higher laws of justice and the leadings of our individual consciences.”
“All we can know for sure is that either the general public or leadings voices are very, very wrong.”
“For a couple of great examples of Christian environmentalists, who at least say that their environmentalism is part of their spiritual leadings, check out the writings and work of Quakers Marshall Massey and Carl Magruder.”
“Moreover, in talking about leadership within the GEG system we refer to the collectivity of individuals leadings the various components of the global environmental system, in particular, UNEP, MEA secretariats, various international environmental funds, etc.”
“My first realization is that I probably have chosen my vocation based more on leadings that involve desires for stability, comfort, money, respect, and ease more than leadings based on the Spirit.”
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