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  • v. Present participle of behoove.


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  • The forethought "relationship" of behooving, i.e., of the to chre of the first beginning, is called the appropriating event Ereignis.

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  • He assumed with her at once that she was saved, that he was in the way of being lost, and that his behooving was to listen to her meekly.

    The Lions of the Lord A Tale of the Old West

  • Mexico, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona and Nevada, the lamp of the love of God is not ignited in a befitting and behooving manner, and the call of the Kingdom of God has not been raised.

    Tablets of the Divine Plan

  • Qatar's government bankrolled the station as part of its ambitions to parley its massive energy wealth into international influence, much as China is seeking global media stature behooving its booming economy, which now ranks second largest in the world behind the U.S.

  • The ramifications of this are so severe that I am literally stunned so little commentary was made about this and it got such little traffic, thus behooving my re-posting this chart with a little eye candy and basically a direct order you forward this.

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  • I received her e-mail within 5 minutes of the show ending, behooving me to respond and consider her friend.

    Captain Capitalism

  • If this assembly continues as it is befitting and behooving, great results will thereby appear and conduce to the illumination of those parts, spiritual progress will ensue, the lights of the Sun of Truth will shine, hearts will be illumined, eyes will become seeing, ears become hearing, the lukewarm (or withdrawn ones) become aflame, the inanimate (or numbed ones) will be enkindled in soul and an ecstasy will come to all by which those present will be astonished.

    Tablets of Abdul-Baha Abbas


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