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  • Catholics no Different on Abortion, Embryo Research but More Liberal on Homosexuality than Non-Catholics: Poll UN Development Agencies see Human Population as "Hindrance" to Advancement: Vatican Spokesman Pastor Jailed for Pro-Life Witness Writes Letter from Prison to "Men of the Cloth"

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  • Catholics no Different on Abortion, Embryo Research but More Liberal on Homosexuality than Non-Catholics: Poll Letters to the Editor April 4, 2009 - Obama / Notre Dame, Development & Peace UN Development Agencies see Human Population as "Hindrance" to Advancement: Vatican Spokesman Pastor Jailed for Pro-Life Witness Writes Letter from Prison to "Men of the Cloth"

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  • Hindrance (a hindrance to Perfidia) and Perfidia (meaning two-faced), a Siamese twin that was always fighting with itself (I am a Gemini on the cusp of cancer, need I say more).

    Interview with Artist and Comic Book Author Dame Darcy

  • “Sweet, Bosanquet and ˜the Hindrance of Hindrances,™” Collingwood and British Idealism Studies, 9 (2002): 112-122.

    My Recycled Soul

  • Intellectual Hindrance While the pro-life cause welcomes, and has been greatly bolstered by, the support of many distinguished intellectuals, the same is not true of the pro-choice movement.

    The Pro-Life Movement as the Politics of the 1960s

  • Parents fearing this might prove a Hindrance to my Fortune, commanded me to quit that plain Dress, and endeavour to forget Brafort.

    The Amours of Bosvil and Galesia

  • Hindrance to the movements (desires) is equally an evil to the animal nature.

    The Meditations

  • Hindrance to the perceptions of sense is an evil to the animal nature.

    The Meditations

  • Hindrance and exclusion are needed to give the old dominion coherence, to act as a sort of velvet rope in a museum protecting the plunder.

    Mrs. Wharton in New York

  • This I rejected, because it being the chief Manufacture of the Country, it would, by raising the Price abroad, be a Hindrance to the Commerce of the Nation, and give the _Cormorants_ who made it, tho 'nothing so fine as the _Cacklogallinians_, an Opportunity, by under-selling them, to become the chief Merchants in this Branch of Trade.

    A Voyage to Cacklogallinia With a Description of the Religion, Policy, Customs and Manners of That Country

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