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1 Betterment of conditions the world over is not essentially dependent on scientific knowledge but on the fulfillment of human traditions and ideals.
2 Under such ideals a knight would fight for his lady, and love her; but only in an “honorable” way.
3 Purists worry that the organic movement's original ideals have been forgotten as large companies that produce and sell organic food on an industrial scale have muscled in.
4 And that by giving back to our communities, by serving people in need, we reaffirm our ideals - in defiance of those who would do us grave harm.
5 But let this not blind you to what virtue thers is; many persons strive for high ideals and everywhere life is full of heroism.
6 Society must in principle be able to move towards its ideals, such as equality and freedom, or they are no more than cant and self-delusion.
7 Each is in love with a statuesque vision, a set of ideals or dreams that they have sought to breathe life into.
8 At some point, I do hope that we can overcome the negative images and perceptions of the global community and work toward a sustained understanding and mutual respect based upon real ideals.
9 It should tell your company story and ideals in less than 30 seconds: who your company is, what you do, what you stand for, and why you do it.
10 It was an effort based on social ideals, but nothing to do with myself.
11 Arguably, Obama was not elected because of his policies but because of the ideals he was seen to represent - a cloudy yet inspiring notion of hope, a vague yet promising concept of change.
12 So do you have an inspiring peer group of people around you with equally lofty ideals and goals?
13 One of his main themes is the discord between lofty American ideals and mucky American reality.
14 The biggest problem humankind faces today is that their lofty ideals and concepts of behaviour are a million years ahead of their genetic reality.
15 Dapeng Yu said the company, as the same, with heaven's sprint speed and lofty ideals.
16 High finance not only funded high art, but its money and movement helped to fuel the humanist ideals that inspired the Renaissance.
17 He talked of beginning to leave Iraq, and rejected a "false" choice between safety and democratic ideals, referring to the torture and detention policies of the grey-haired Mr Bush sitting nearby.
18 I believe we can appeal not to people's fears but to their hopes, to their highest ideals, because that's who we are as Americans.
19 The greatest folly—indeed, cruelty—is to dangle before men and women ideals that they are constitutionally incapable of achieving.
20 When have so many Americans had so clear a sense that a Presidency has-at the levels of competence, vision, and integrity-undermined the country and its ideals?
21 For the motherland, to the nation, in the strangling feudalism, in the fire of imperialism, after countless men and women with high ideals, burn their own life and youth!
22 At the same time, liberals accuse Obama of betraying his ideals and his promises to restore the rule of law.
23 The fear and anger that it provoked was understandable, but in some cases, it led us to act contrary to our traditions and our ideals.
24 Japan's collectivist ideals necessarily arose to allow the nation's large population to live comfortably together in a comparatively small archipelago.
25 Only in artistic creation can man create his own ideals and form the direction for the practical world.
26 But Pitanguy, whose patients often have mixed African, indigenous and European ancestry, stresses that aesthetic ideals vary by epoch and ethnicity.
27 Of what interest are the ideals and beliefs of our ancestors?
28 Founded on ideals of rugged individualism, these former frontier territories are naturally conservative.
29 The last tragic US president was Richard Nixon: he was a crook, but a crook who fell victim to the gap between his ideals and ambitions on the one hand, and political realities on the other.
30 For them, red culture evokes the simple ideals and unalloyed patriotism of that period more than the traumas endured.