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1 Both think that, issued now, Eurobonds would kill what little zeal for reform exists. Both hope stricter rules would not only resolve the crisis but ensure it does not recur.
2 Although foreign soldiers tend to be much more upbeat, in recent years there has been a noticeable fading of their zeal.
3 usually cerebral James Murdoch launched a scathing attack on the BBC, whose size and zeal for expansion into new areas he described as "chilling".
4 They Shared an uncommon blend of natural talent, youthful zeal and friendship that raised their ability beyond what any of them might have accomplished had they never met.
5 By trying Mr Demjanjuk Germany hopes to show that time has not blunted its zeal for an honest reckoning with the past.
6 's unwise to start down the path of entrepreneurship unless you've got a zeal that will get you through rough patches and keep you interested long after the initial enthusiasm has faded.
7 For he put on righteousness as a breastplate, and an helmet of salvation upon his head; and he put on the garments of vengeance for clothing, and was clad with zeal as a cloak.
8 Through the practice of devotion, zeal for God is developed and this zeal for God can work wonders by way of removing obstructions to the control of the mind.
9 For the zeal of thine house hath eaten me up; and the reproaches of them that reproached thee are fallen upon me.
10 But in our zeal to protect children from such dangers, we must ensure that we don't use the law, which was enacted for their benefit, to victimize them further.
11 Apparently the man's zeal for agriculture had burned with a failing flame, expiring in penitential ashes.
12 of his disciples are youngsters fired up by his revolutionary zeal.
13 Another sign of change is corporate Japan's sudden zeal for mergers and acquisitions, despite the uncertain business environment and a scarcity of capital.
14 The latest coup talk may have galvanised Mr Erdogan into a fresh burst of reformist zeal.
15 If the mood sometimes had its shadowed side, a touch of self-righteousness and meanness, a hint of the old nativist punitive zeal, it also showed great shine.
16 It is a commendable zeal, I hasten to say.
17 an agreement was reached recently, the zeal for welfare reform of Iain Duncan Smith, the work and pensions secretary, received short shrift from a sceptical Treasury.
18 There is always a chance that Mr Obama will go too far, replacing Mr Bush's excessive zeal with excessive timidity.
19 out of Jerusalem shall go forth a remnant, and they that escape out of mount Zion: the zeal of the LORD of hosts shall do this.
20 Her critics damn her for a lack of European zeal and for dithering when panic took hold in the financial markets.
21 we gone overboard in our day and age in our zeal for absolute fact, if there can even be such a thing?
22 In a quiet field, Dr. Dial, 57, with a shaved head and goatee, stands out with his evangelical zeal about understanding bird flight.
23 Yang, in his zeal to preserve the company he started, must now take care not to demolish it by accident.
24 Maybe so, but as an apostate from liberalism Mr Mamet has simply embraced a new religion-with all the excessive zeal of the recent convert.
25 Some say the government’s zeal is not just misguided but a deliberate distraction from bigger issues.
26 But perhaps the biggest danger is that, in their zeal for empowering citizens, politicians and policy wonks have become indifferent to the first half of double devolution.
27 He was vexed now at my lack of zeal, for I had stayed somewhere between the books, held there perhaps by my father's scepticism.
28 Well, you could say that American bankers, empowered by a quarter-century of deregulatory zeal, led the world in finding sophisticated ways to enrich themselves by hiding risk and fooling investors.
29 They took to the new business with all the zeal and fearlessness of their seagoing past, lending abroad with speculative fervor.
30 Benjamin Franklin imbued in us the zeal to work and encouraged the inclination for self-improvement.