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|Updated with a new Author_s Note, including the latest scientific research, and a fresh discussion of anti-depressants for HSPs, this edition of The Highly Sensitive Person also includes: Self-assessment tests to help you identify your ...|
|Courts should interpret every promise as representing at least that the promisor |
does not intend not to perform.23 Interpretive Defaults This is not yet to say how
courts should decide what any given promisor has said about the probability of
her performance—whether her promise ... for contracting around that default:
What evidence should suffice to show that a promisor said more or less than the
|... all I know is, it is a maxim among the gentlemen of our cloth, that those masters |
who promise the most perform the least ; and I have often heard them say, they
have fimnd the largest vails in those families where they were not promised any.
.... Why then, answered the squire, I am very sorry you have given him so much ...
|Every place that the sole of your foot will tread upon I have given you, as I said to |
Moses. ... The visible ownership of the land had not changed in the least bit. ...
How? By giving us His promises as our inheritance. ... There's nothing more to
|“Needless to say Tracker, we are most interested in your visit and secrecy,” |
Morning Song addressed to Tracker in Sosoni'. “Since my husband's ... “Tells the
Truth says, the promise has given life to the sacred spirit. He will wear the black
|There is something innate in most people that compels them to try to keep their |
promises. When we have given our word, we feel an obligation to honor our word
and to do what we said we would do. But most of us break promises, fail to ... our
wrong seem right or at least not our fault. “I would be nice to my neighbor, but his
|“I know,” said Abby, shaking her head. “And another ... “He said it was none of my |
business how he got them. Later I ... “Even though Reed's still slave overseer, at
least he's not in the family any more.” “Hallelujah!” said Web. “Amen!” agreed ...
|to her, but she began to think Eric had been right to say that, next to most men, he |
was not particularly big. Then ... “Ye dinnae need to crowd him like that or glare at
him so,” she said as she hurried over to Eric's side. “Nay ... “Ye could have at
least knocked.” “Nay. Ye would have slipped away if we had given ye any
|She continued to speak and she behaved naturally, without a hint of shyness. I |
listened intently and let her do most of the talking, for I was certain that I would
ruin everything if given the least opportunity. Besides, I had no idea what to say.
|J Now, the present is certainly the time of the New Testament, the promise of |
which is given by the prophet in the words ... and every man his brother, saying,
Know the Lord; for they shall all know me, from the least of them unto the greatest
of them," J unless it be that he has included in his prophetic forecast the eternal
reward of the said New Testament, by promising us the most Messed
contemplation of ...