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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of implore.
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This post from Eliot emplores tv viewers to try out Battlestar Galactica.
To this concealed agent, therefore, he addresses himself; pays him his vows; emplores his assistance; deprecates his wrath; seeks to propitiate him to his interests; is willing to soften his anger; for this purpose he employs the same means, of which he avails himself, either to appease or gain over the beings of his own species.
In this chp she emplores male leaders to consider the impact of their church's view on people: the congregation itself, the unchurched in the community, the leader and staff, and our daughters and the next generation.
she wrote about the gifts and burdens of being an empath and man alive, did it make part of me feel like i was coming home and in this post she emplores us to make a list of things that keep us whole and fill us up....