ironically definici y significado
Claire Harman ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON (2005)We had already spent six months on songs for our second album. Times, Sunday Times (2010)London is no longer the second city. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And the second goal was very special indeed. Formata da alcune delle gemme preziose più famose al mondo, la collezione della Regina Elisabetta II ha il potere di far brillare gli occhi da gazza ladra degli amanti di gioielli dell’intero pianeta. Tra i preziosi più amati di Sua Maestà vi è l’elegante Fringe Tiara incrostata di diamanti, indossata il giorno del suo matrimonio nel 1947 e nota per essersi spezzata proprio alcune ore prima della celebrazione delle nozze. Vi sono inoltre gli straordinariamente sontuosi paramenti utilizzati per l’incoronazione: si pensi che una delle gemme che formano la Corona Imperiale di Stato è il diamante Cullinan II di 317 carati..
But the song pattern of departure, chase, and return home, was imitated in a large number of whaling ballads made subsequently. It is the ace and deuce of whale songs. (tratto da qui). There’s also a sense of pride that comes with ownership of possessions. And attaching that pride to books elevates the importance of literacy. When you spend your hard earned money to buy books for your children, you’re putting your money where your mouth is.
Cerca con Google CAMBI F. E CIVES G., Il bambino e la lettura. Testi scolastici e libri per l’infanzia, Pisa, EST, 1996. But it is God’s proclamation through Christ that leads to salvation. Please do not put off seeking God. He declares, “Seek the Lord while he may be found; call on him while he is near.
Ashoka the Great (c. 269 233 BCE) is largely considered the greatest Mauryan emperor and ruled over a territory stretching from the northern Himalayas into peninsular India and across the widest part of the subcontinent. Known for his principles of non violence and religious tolerance, Ashoka modeled himself as a cakravartin, the Buddhist term for a “universal ruler,” whose rule was based on the principle of dharma or conquest not by war but righteousness.
When he heard her story, his lips and face expressed nothing but contempt, and she was afraid that he was going to begin blaspheming against Christ. The doctor controlled his anger, but sarcastically said, had hoped you might have told me something significant. Was shocked by the doctor attitude, but her reply was prompt and penetrating: for Christ to heal a cancer after He raised to life a man four days dead is not, I suppose, particularly significant.