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“Storks are also symbols of the virtues of prudence, filial faithfulness, and piety.”
“Some students are devoid of any awareness of the virtues and advantages of step-wisdom.”
“Taped to the window of the clinic was a half-page newspaper advertisement extolling the virtues of plastic surgery at the Institute of Cosmetic Surgery.”
“Between the trefoiled arches of the columns over the capitals, in the spandrels, are symbolical representations of the virtues and figures of the prophets.”
“It was as a heretic, a trampler on the virtues of tradition, that he became an economic pariah.”
“Detractors, even within his fold, tell you Nitish is paying a price for turning "unapproachable" but the man himself is persuaded of the virtues of the new order.”
“Financial products, perhaps the best example of rational-marketing products, have also discovered the virtues of an experiential approach to marketing.”
“Sugar Ray extols the virtues of his breed and the waft of rabbity purpose is overwhelming.”
“Tertullian's "De Spectaculis", 29, we find its first conception; he personifies the vices and the virtues and shows them contending for the soul.”
“It had taken years of negotiations on the part of the Diplomatic Corps before Valzhan leaders would even agree to discuss the possibility of allying with the Federation, let alone convincing them of the virtues inherent in accepting an invitation to become a member world.”
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