Prepositions after Adjectives – see what prepositions are generally used after it in English.
– Myths are sacred to the people.
– Jerusalem is sacred to us both.
– And also, Weeds is sacred to me.
– I was later told that I shouldn’t have killed the snake as it was sacred to that area.
– That was sacred to us many years ago, but it’s not any more, so money needs to change.
– The number four is sacred to the Mescalero, being the number of days of creation (26).
– Sacred to the Memory of of M RS JANE HUTCHINS who Died June 1 ST 1829 Aged 80 An example of an unreadble gravestone.
– Of the buffalo, the tongue–regarded as the greatest delicacy of the whole animal–was especially sacred to the Sun.
– Day 9 Destination: Uluru to Kings Canyon — 300km Meaning ‘ many heads ‘, Kata Tjuta is sacred to the Anangu people.
– We shouldn’t have to prove the ground is religiously sacred to show that it’s an shameless place to put this mosque.
– NOTHING is sacred in FIFA my youth.
– Notice the sacred in and around you.
– Life is sacred in the sight of Allah.
– It is the rather capacious character of what is held to be sacred in our public culture.
– The people are seen violating the values they hold sacred in their sermons and lectures.
– Squirrels are considered sacred in India, due to an old Hindu-legend, that the squirrel.
– The number 108, considered sacred in both Hindu and Buddhist cosmologies, is the sum of 72 plus 36 (36 being of 72).
– But as I have discussed before, there is a difference between what is sacred on paper and what is sacred in practice.
– It’s a way of living that values others equally, and allows for the search for the sacred in the ordinary and everyday.
– Nor was any great war ever fought without each side thinking its cause transcendentally sacred in some manner or other.
– The Miracles are too sacred by the Spirit.
– The tree is also considered sacred by the Hindus of India.
– This made the evergreen tree sacred by the blood of Tammuz.
– The old norms, once held sacred by society at large, are no longer held by the majority.
– Made sacred by subtraction, the hostage becomes the fantastic equivalent of all the rest.
– We also kill and eat cows which are considered sacred by about a billion people on earth.
– The caves are considered sacred by the local community with a long history of a huge ‘ polite ‘ snake named Wasagaro.
– At the present time holy water is yet sained and made sacred by adding the ingredient of salt to water that is fresh.
– Well-trained guides take you around the Sanctuary that has many temples that are considered sacred by Balinese Hindus.
– This city is also considered to be sacred by the Buddhist religion, hence the monasteries that can be found in the area.
– Bell is the most sacred of all cows.
– It is one of the most sacred of all things.
– There is nothing which you need to be sacred of.
– The most sacred of the relics claim to be the items from the lifetime of Jesus Christ (as).
– In the end, I think it gets back to that most sacred of internet rules, don’t be a poopyhead.
– I am not sacred of anyone as I am working hand in glove with a powerful politician in the district.
– It’s a terrible thing when the most healing and sacred of all relationships a human can have has been toxified like this.
– Located on the highest point of the top floor, this area is dedicated to the most sacred of Kenyan rituals, the Sundowner.
– Sometimes, Woods won in long strings which challenged even the most sacred of records held in the many volumes of the sport.
– One of the oldest and most sacred of those pillars was the belief that Microsoft’s business model was essentially unbeatable.
– All of Nature is sacred for me.
– My religion is most sacred for me.
– So, the Republic Da is so sacred for us.
– It is a shrine sacred for all religions and visited by millions of people every year.
– My tears were too sacred for them to have contact with the defiling instruments of the regime.
– The Bible is sacred for the Christians; Koran for the Muslims and Bhagvat Gita for the Hindus.
– Maybe those fields with their older and contemporary monuments were just too sacred for the ordinary people–or full of malign.
– Liquor and all sorts of other anti-buddhist activities are sacred for them except muslims peacefully praying in a sacred mosque.
– At 599 metres the mountain is relatively petite for Japan but it has nevertheless been seen as sacred for more than a millennium.
– The Himalayas are sacred for followers of five Asian religions? Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism and the indigenous Bon tradition of Tibet.
– For Adams, there is nothing sacred about a label.
– There is, however, something sacred about gathering.
– Yes, there is something sacred about these elephants.
– Alternatives There is nothing scientifically sacred about using sentient animals in basic research.
– Anywhere in the West — Donegal and Mayo — there is something magical and sacred about Croagh Patrick.
– There is nothing holy or sacred about Nature, and it is certainly not the object of a religious experience.
– There is something sacred about young men and women who boldly defy death so that freedom can be sustained and achieved.
– It would seem from the developments in the last one year that there is nothing sacred about Indian institutions any more.
– In the face of this brutal reality, there is something safe and sacred about the rhythm of our western Christian culture.
– That’s one reason why it’s easy for pro-lifers to eat factory-raised animals that disrespect everything sacred about creation.
– Our life is sacred from conception to death.
– Majority of the voter sacred from MQM terrorist.
– Evil haunted the corridors of the sacred from the beginning.
– Second, there has been a dualistic framework for separating the sacred from the secular.
– From the beginning, the Bible is the story of God separating the sacred from the profane.
– It is not hateful to protect something that is holy and sacred from what man made culture wants to do.
– But the address was not so much a critique of Islam as an attack on Western secularists who seek to exclude the sacred from public life.
– So it’s not cultural appropriation as such, but it *is* taking something sacred from another culture/belief and using it purely for aesthetic reasons.
– I was sacred from people’s review honestly: * the hotel is lovely very nice atmosphere, rooms were cleaned every day and very nice view from the balcony.
– This turn toward history banished the sacred from nature, making the Europeans ‘ alienated sojourners ‘ whose only outlet was ‘ the restless drive onward ‘.
– The number four is very sacred among the lgbo.
– The icon is one word that used to be sacred among English words.
– It is regarded as the most sacred among the temples of Lord Shiva (Pashupati).
– The grounds which the 180 square mile park covers are considered sacred among the local people.
– Many cases of Female Genital Mutilation are covert and regarded as sacred among the Diaspora community.
– So sacred among them is the honour of the marriage bed, and so jealous are they of the fidelity of their wives.
– Although the month of Muharram is a sacred month as a whole, the 10th of Muharram is the most sacred among all days.
– Although the month of Muharram is a sacred month as a whole, the 10th of Muharram is the most sacred among all its days.
– The Day of Aashora (10th Muharram) Although the month of Muharram is a sacred month as a whole, the 10 th of Muharram is the most sacred among all its days.
– Hence this ayah mentions the fourth prohibition by which what is to be held sacred among people is safeguarded: O you who believe, avoid (indulging in) much suspicion; truly some suspicion is a sin.
– This is the most sacred as well as most ancient form of Chinese worship.
– I don’t forsee us moving our group headquarters, but nothing is sacred as such.
– It is general in that we all are designed to have the sacred as a starting point in everything.
– He said people should regard the constitution sacred as they did for the Bible and other religious text.
– She is classless as an artist and takes everything that is sacred as a women and uses it for fame and money.
– And obviously, it is also not befitting that one should shout and raise his voice in a place so sacred as the Haram.
– The water in the conch is also considered very sacred and satisfying to the demigods–as sacred as the water in any holy river.
– Tras notes the contemporary turn towards the sacred as a symbolic communal event rather than inward prayer or a private act of faith.
– There is a deeply rooted notion that the material exists in opposition to the spiritual, precludes or repels or trumps the sacred as an idea.
– That included the final Sunday before election day — the very day that many African Americans hold sacred as the day they take their souls to the polls.
– Dhammika Mount Sinai was considered sacred at a much earlier date, Mt.
– All human life is instrinsically sacred at the moment of conception to death, infinitely valuable and precious in the sight of God.
– Perhaps people hold it sacred because of its many healing qualities.
– As I meditate on the Word, I realise that I am sacred because of the greater one in me.
– For this School life is sacred because of the consequences to society of destroying it.
– The tree was the totara, sacred because of its association with the cutting of a baby’s umbilical cord, an important ceremony in Maori society.
– They’ve been together for five years, and you’re telling me that people who meet and marry the next day, their relationship is more sacred because of a piece of paper? Please.
– The Aapta tree is held sacred on Dussehra, and its leaves are considered blessed.
– Who is mean and who is sacred on this earth? All are equally sacred because the same God shines in every one’s heart.
– But as I have discussed before, there is a difference between what is sacred on paper and what is sacred in practice.
– One such tree would appear to have been sacred on the hill of Kildare, and it was under this tree that Brigid built her cell.
– That is, by experiencing a place as ‘ sacred ‘, that place becomes more sacred on a level way beyond its physical and social construction.
– The earliest Ta-Neter or holy land of the Egyptians, then, was Puanta in the south, which was sacred on account of its being the primeval home.
– No Maasai was willing to break the ground, even to bury the dead within it, for soil was sacred on account of its producing grass which fed the cattle which belonged to God.
– Nothing sacred with these people.
– The language is more sacred with core values.
– A syzygy of the sacred with the profane and the Self.
– Nothing was sacred with UG and you felt your life was an open book for him to expose your illusions.
– By virtue of their common humanity a mother and her unborn baby are both sacred with an equal right to life.
– By virtue of their common humanity, a mother and her unborn baby are both sacred with an equal right to life.
– With its fleshy fruit and lemony smell the plant has become sacred with Indian healers, who regard it as having immune enhancing properties.
– I, Khaled Khan, beheld that Vision and received this Voice upon the Holy Hill of Sidi Bou Said, in the country now called Tunisia, but from of old sacred with many sanctities.
– The name of his church, Our Lady of Lourdes, is a wonderful attempt at the combination of the to be venerated sacred with the tacky souvenir exploiting, germ spreading Lourdes.
– Through the elaboration of life-orientational dimensions of the divine communication with humanity, the commentator as a believer becomes a participant in this encounter of the sacred with history.
– Hear the gentle sound of the rising of the Sacred within you.
– It has been recognized as a special focus of the sacred within the human body.
– But I felt something solemn and sacred within me which made me ask for a priest.
– She is without doubt a ‘ princess ‘, for she represents the dignity of a people, that which is sacred within all of us.
– People spoke about their images of God, understandings of ‘ church ‘, and sense of the Sacred within themselves, others and the world.
– Only in this perfect meeting does a new perspective open; the Sacred within us manifests itself as Love, Intelligence and absolute Purity.