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“He was then taken to the pinnacle of the Temple, and the tempter said to him, "If thou be the Son of God, cast thyself down; thou art sure of aid by a miracle from God;" and quoted, literally, in application, the words of Psa. xci.,”
“The younger brother shrugged off his elder's offer of aid and stood on his own.”
“A man, every inch of him; self-respecting, self-dependent, having a sturdy mind of his own; but wise also to bide his time; strong to wait and endure; modest, to receive from others all they could give him of aid and counsel.”
“They were, I thought, the sort of aid one could buy off revolving-stand displays all over the world.”
“In 2008 the leading British charity Oxfam released a report finding that some 40 percent of aid to Afghanistan was funneled back to donor countries to maintain offices in the West and pay for Western-style salaries, benefits, and vacations.”
“The market would reveal usefuland possibly embarrassinginformation about the credibility of aid promises.”
“Jeff Sachs promotes a poverty trap theory: Receiving a little bit of aid allows countries to start domestic investments moving into a virtuous cycle of self-sustaining growth.”
“F. Faith, presupposes the "drawing of the Father," 106, 266; different stages of, 138, 165, 174, 433; the necessary condition of aid from”
“While the ideals of the competitive market were emphasized in most of the steps that were taken, the importance of strengthening political control was also emphasized, for instance in the reorganization of the health service (Christensen, 1985), the administration of aid to developing countries (Kloster, 1984), the state oil company (Krogh, 1987), and the Bank of Norway.”
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