“For as the first four seals are distinguished from the three last by the appearance of four horsemen towards the four winds of heaven; so the wars of the first four trumpets are distinguished from those of the three last, by representing these by _four winds_, and the others by _three great woes_.”
“I. ii.113 (118,9) Oh, when we bring forth weeds,/When our quick winds lie still] The sense is, that man, not agitated by censure, like soil not ventilated by _quick winds_, produces more evil than good.”
“As her term winds down, Mrs. Kroes is preparing new sanctions.”
“We're also going to be watching for critical Supreme Court decisions as the term winds down.”
“Even as his term winds down, that means this week's rate hike probably won't be his last.”
“But as his term winds down he's promised to take a hard look at some of these cases.”
“I'm wondering if that signals any concern that major legislative accomplishments are becoming increasingly elusive as his term winds down.”
“Ritter has a flurry of judgeships to fill as his term winds down”
“But as his term winds down, Omaha has witnessed a troubling spike in homicides and other gun violence.”
“As the term winds down, we are bogged down with finals and final papers.”
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In keeping with my other Prosies (like this one). There were a number of phrases as well as words in this speech that I found particularly compelling.
My fellow citizens: I stand here ...
Looking for tweets for winds.