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their sacrificial acts of self-denial
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The appeal of formalizing the sacrificial process is understandable for both farmer and customer: There is clarity, ease, convenience.
Perhaps Mass should be both, sacrifice and banquet, but to the degree that its sacrificial character is hidden, so is its ancient Judaic character.
The end-goal was to destroy your opponent's warbase(s) by blowing it/them to smithereens with a nuclear weapon on board a hapless sacrificial bot.
Dunbar, who finished fourth in 4:02.21, played gracious, if sacrificial, host, taking a bullet for the field.
That’s because Lee, who on Friday received one of the harshest sentences ever handed to a chaebol leader, could serve the role of sacrificial lamb.
Once they are lined up and repeatedly brutalized, the victims at the Algiers Motel, with the exception of Robert, cease to be much more than sacrificial sufferers.
What this mostly means is trying to reconcile her attachment to Rex with her engagement to David, a sacrificial yuppie played by Max Greenfield.
That's right, put out a sacrificial lamb for people who really don't care and won't stop anyway.#DontFireBannon -- tommyzax (@tommyzax) August 13, 2017 Others very much blame Bannon.
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