172 Verbs to Use for the Word unity

It is this one fixed idea, that God could hear him, and that God would help him, which gives unity and coherence to the wonderful variety of David's Psalms.

France had but one idea, and later on did not hesitate to admit it: to dismember Germany, to destroy her unity.

Thus does he preserve the sacred unity of LOTTA and the banjo.

With the aid of his great minister, Count Cavour, he proceeded with the work of securing the unity and freedom of Italy.

For instance, to possess unity a plot must have a beginning, a middle and an end.

The council and synod maintained, in opposition to these heretics, that though the divine and human nature in Christ made but one person, yet they had different inclinations, wills, acts, and sentiments, and that the unity of the person implied not unity in the consciousness

After he had explained in a marvellous manner the great function of historic Hungary, that of having saved on various occasions Europe from barbaric invasion, and of having known how to maintain its unity for ten centuries in spite of the many differences amongst nations, Count Apponyi showed how important it was for Europe to have a solid Hungary against the spread of Bolshevism and violence.

But the possessions of Charles lacked unity alike in territorial compactness, political distinction, and local rule, and in national characteristics, language, and laws.

That the political factor was indeed the great motive of separation, is clearly shown in our own day, now that one Mohammedan state after the other sees its political independence disappearing and efforts are being made from all sides to re-establish the unity of the Mohammedan world by stimulating the feeling of religious brotherhood.

As I have gone into this subject at length elsewhere [Endnote 347:1], and as, so far as I can see, no new element has been introduced into the question by 'Supernatural Religion,' I shall not break the unity of the present work by considering the objections brought in detail.

But in the heart of Europe they represent a great ethnic unity; they are the largest and most compact national group in that continent.

And yet, though there was no one to expel, Germany could only hope to attain unity by fighting.

When he visited Barnsley, he was accustomed to lodge at his house; and writing to him in the year 1811, about a public meeting which he felt concerned to hold, he says, "I can with freedom write to thee, feeling that unity with thy spirit which preserves us near and dear to each other, and in which freedom runs.

But when, as with Mother Juliana, we find unity and coherence, we may infer that there has been a life-long habit of active mental control, such as excludes the supposition of an hysterical temperament.

The only one of his plays which, whether by chance or by design, observes the so-called unities, of action and time and place, is one of his latest playsThe Tempest.

In some fashion it is now necessary to achieve sufficient human unity to establish a world peace and save the future of mankind.

They will make sincere efforts to maintain or restore the unity of the Conservative party upon that question, in order that it may be the Conservative party itself in its entirety that undertakes and gives to the country its solution.

That God is love; and that love, which as an affection, produces an affective unity between separate persons, can as the subsistent and primal unity produce a substantial and ineffable union of which the other is a shadow, is a view towards which revelation points.

10.Was at the Monthly Meeting, where I mentioned to my friends my prospect of visiting Barnsley, and obtained their sympathetic concurrence, with a copy of a minute expressing their full unity and approbation.

It has been so much rebuilt after different convulsions, and pulled about when there has been less excuse, that many a church in an obscure village gives more pleasure as a whole to the eye that seeks unity of design and inspiration in a work of art.

Her weight acts as a menace to neighbouring countries, and as, by a mysterious historic law the primitive migrations of peoples and the ancient invasions mostly originated from the territories now occupied by Russia, the latter has succeeded in amalgamating widely different peoples and in creating unity where no affinity appeared possible.

Dr. Vaughan, in eulogistic language, says: "The 'Summa Theologica' may be likened to one of the great cathedrals of the Middle Ages, infinite in detail but massive in the grouping of pillars and arches, forming a complete unity that must have taxed the brain of the architect to its greatest extent.

The former cycle especially shows a certain unity resulting from its aim to represent the whole of man's life from birth to death.

The latter consider the external life and activity of the unit as an element in the collective external life of the communityas part of a common work; the former considers the unity as a free spiritual agency, an end for itselfwhose liberty is curtailed only by the claims of other like agencies, equal or greater.

First, the word "number" is wrong; because those modifications of language, which distinguish unity and plurality, cannot be jointly signified by it.

172 Verbs to Use for the Word  unity