Subsequently he Espoused the cause of the king.
But during the campaign, he Espoused free-market principles.
Around Hug day the partners espouse eachother.
In Pluralistic Universe(1909), William James Espoused the idea of a"plural society.
Whichever side of the argument you may espouse, you should read it.
Whereas Gore and Stockdale talked more about the policies and philosophies they Espoused.
The lack of media reports on the alleged statement further espouses its falseness.
He had not taken her to wife, but only Espoused her by betrothal.
Fascism also espouses centralized autocratic rule by that group in suppression of others.
She Espoused the life of love which had space for none between two lovers.
News headlines frequently identify warring
factions and terrorist groups by naming the religion that they espouse.
First, I should mention that I do not believe in creating movements or espousing ideologies.
This was only one of many such cases he Espoused and each caused him considerable emotional stress.
Carthage is a college of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, espousing and expressing the Judeo-Christian tradition.
The trailer of‘Badla' was released online today and
the story espouses the message of not forgiving and seeking revenge.
One group, called the"Nature Boys",
took to the California desert and raised organic food, espousing a back-to-nature lifestyle like the Wandervogel.
Some prominent Muslims politically sought a base for themselves,
separate from Hindus and other Indian nationalists, who Espoused the Indian National Congress.
In the first century C. E., Josephus tells us that the Pharisees
and the Essenes- powerful Jewish religious groups- Espoused this doctrine.
In general, the principles that Gabler Espoused were correct, and he influenced
the development of biblical theology for many years to come.
The religious and cultural diversity the hippies Espoused has gained widespread acceptance,
and Eastern philosophy and spiritual concepts have reached a larger audience.
So we have been increasingly worried
by the protectionist rhetoric and policies being Espoused by politicians across the globe and in this country.
I call upon the academic leadership of Goa University to
rededicate themselves to the ideals which the makers of our nation had Espoused.
The ideals he Espoused for equity and equality for all in order to bring reinforce democracy has stood the test of time.
Stalin put pressure on Czechoslovakia to conduct purges in order to
discourage the spread of the idea of a"national path to socialism," which Tito Espoused.
Coubertin wrote an article in La Revue Athletique, which Espoused the importance of Much Wenlock a rural market
town in the English county of Shropshire.
We should be strengthening this critically important maritime law,
not tearing it down as some special interest groups espousing highly inaccurate and misleading information would like to do.”.
Corporate accountability espouses that financial performance should not be a company's only important goal
and that shareholders are not the only people a company must be responsible to;
Chain of customers: A philosophy that espouses the idea that each worker's"customer" is the next worker
in the chain of people who produce a finished product or service.
Chain of customers- a philosophy that espouses the idea that each worker's“customer” is the next worker
in the chain of people that produce a finished product or service.
The theory- first Espoused in Automotive News in the summer, I believe- was
that GM felt the political winds blowing from an ugly quarter this year and battened the hatches.