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  • Equality under the law and within the society remains one of the greatest ideals, and personally speaking, I would rather have a world that strives for that ideal's enforcement, even if that striving has to support some bad apples, rather than risk that anyone does not have equal access or equal opportunity.

    Ted Hope: Piracy: (Some of) the Short and Long of It

  • Marriage planning,values, virtues, ideal's that are not respected anymore.

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  • I call attention to Butler's phrase ( "verbal equivalent"), then, because it so nicely describes the ideal of verbal uprightness that Emma by its end claims to provide; and in this sense, Box Hill does function as the ideal's nightmarish opposite.

    Unanswerable Gallantry and Thick-Headed Nonsense: Rereading Box Hill

  • The City of Toronto is the only city in North America, with possibly one exception in the United States, where there is any organization with ideal's or objects such as the Empire Club.

    Canada's Indebtedness to the Motherland

  • It is more central, crucial, and representative than nutrition, which is in a way peripheral only; it is a more typical and rudimentary act, marking the ideal's first victory over the universal flux, before any higher function than reproduction itself has accrued to the animal.

    The Life of Reason

  • My lover has handsome, intelligent blue eyes -- my ideal's eyes are black, full of sadness and fire, not the soft, troubadour eye with long drooping lids -- no! My ideal's glance has none of the languishing tenderness of romance, but is proud, powerful, penetrating, the look of

    The Cross of Berny

  • Socialist of Hitler's time than the diametrically ideal's of Constitutional law and the Tea party.

    Moonbattery

  • He traces the ideal's roots not only to individualistic capitalism but to 17th-century philosophy and its postulates about the moral sense, the idea that within us is a guiding moral light that we must strive to discover and obey in our pursuit of the good.

    PopMatters

  • On its face, the statement does not imply a stand for or against specific net neutrality legislation -- several bills have been introduced since 2005, with nearly all of them having been tabled or stalled -- though it does side with what many believe to be the ideal's basic principle.

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  • CaravaggioIf so, you would throw away all your newfangled ideal's surrounding the abolishment of capital punishment on the basis of preventing the accidental killing of innocents, lest we collectively forget our own complicity in EVERY act of curing injustice (

    FJ's Blog

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