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- From early days English Teetotallers had felt it their duty to correct their American brethren when they fell short, a trait which has become an intricate part of general English attitudes towards America.
- Only their opening wish is new: "Would that we had died when our brethren died before the Lord!"
- member of an Evangelical sect, the Plymouth Brethren, founded in Plymouth c .1830.
- As Farda, a girl from the Jhelum area told me, "in the village everyone is our Biradiri (brethren).
- So he becomes, first an accuser of his brethren, then an accuser of God, and finally the despairing accuser of himself.
- To deny them to the least of our brethren is to deny them to ourselves, for in saying they are irredeemable we are saying there is no hope for us either.
- There they were tended by the Brethren of the Order, and elsewhere by those monks who had survived.
- Come, Brethren of the water, and let us all assemble,
- Visiting his brethren in Southern Rhodesia he attacked apartheid in a sermon in Salisbury Cathedral so directly that he was deported and declared an "undesirable visitor" by the UDI regime.
- The academic scientist who seeks and identifies a new chemical messenger is providing his industrial colleagues with the basis for a whole new range of drugs, and the industrial pharmacologist who screens a range of new chemical entities and finds one which alters the behaviour of the brain is offering a new tool for his academic brethren.
- He enters the community of Christians with his demands, sets up his own law, and judges the brethren and God himself accordingly.
- These large fish are called ferox, a distinct species of brown trout that make their living by eating their smaller brethren.
- Yet it should be remembered that the school-leaving age was not actually raised until after the Second World War and that the suggestion that they should receive secondary education was tainted by the official assumption that the children of the working class were innately less intelligent than their middle-class brethren.