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Wolfe, Bertram D., "A Fighter for Utopia," The New York Times Book Review (July 1, 1962), p. 159. Near the end of his book on Jaurès, Goldberg wrote, "He had the integrity to be partisan, the courage to be revolutionary, the humanism to be tolerant." He said that he had never fired a shot or
condemned by the gay community and progressive theologians for its partiality.

Under the impression of the government's partiality the other existing lists of opposing candidates united to form the list Evangelical Church.

Patrick Wormald interprets it as "less an objectively realized office than a subjectively perceived status" and emphasizes the partiality of its usage in favour of Southumbrian kings.

Despite her unabashed partiality, her account of the First Crusade is of great value to history because it is the only Hellenic eyewitness account available.

After a break in Madrid another night's journey - Spanish long distance trains have an unfortunate partiality for night travel - brought us to Andujar.

And, as long as such a didactic use of history did not impair his partiality and was consistent with the facts, Merle d'Aubigné did not violate his calling as a historian to make such inferences.

KjV james 2:9 but if you show partiality, you commit sin, and are convicted by the law as transgressors.

But it is not flawed simply because someone else, whether or not a judge, regards the partiality as 'undue'.

Likewise, if you are accompanying a spouse who has dual nationality or partiality you will also be entitled to work in the UK.

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