superintending love


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  • v. Present participle of superintend.


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  • Nay, in superintending all these men I begin to find myself "in the career open to my particular talents," and am infinitely more satisfied than I was in talking

    New Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle

  • L3 to the Queensland government for "superintending" the importation; L5 deposited with the Government for the Kanaka's passage home when his three years are up, in case he shall live that long; about L25 to the

    Following the Equator

  • Russian women vote on an equality with men for members of the municipal councils and county assemblies, and these two bodies choose the boards which transact the public business, such as superintending the collection of taxes, keeping the roads in order, directing the schools, etc.

    History of Woman Suffrage, Volume III (of III)

  • Uncertain and confused as were the opinions of the pagan nations of antiquity, few of them totally denied some kind of superintending providence; and many of their ablest writers reasoned in defence of it in the most forcible manner.

    Female Scripture Biographies, Volume II

  • Both are largely courts of last result, and have responsibility for superintending courts below them.

    Rochelle Dreyfuss on the Federal Circuit and the Supreme Court

  • The idea of a constitution, limiting and superintending the operations of legislative authority, seems not to have been accurately understood in Britain.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Change I Can Believe In

  • They also value autonomy and don't want anyone -- especially a superintending deity -- telling them what to do.

    What Does It Mean To Be An 'Ex-Christian'?

  • Jacobsen, superintending the operation, ordered them to throw the halyards down on deck and stand by, then went for'ard on the lee-bow and joined Griffiths.


  • Sheldon was back in the plantation superintending the building of a bridge, when the schooner Malakula ran in close and dropped anchor.

    Chapter 12

  • After he had moved to the Ranch, he was too busy with his writing and superintending the reclaiming of the place to make the trip to Oakland very often.

    Some Memories of Daddy – Jack London


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