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With this news, what buckling down entails has changed for you, awfully — but the underlying task of doing what is necessary and available to you has not changed.
CAROLYN HAX: SHOULD YOU REALLY LET GO OF GRATITUDE DURING TOUGH TIMES?CAROLYN HAXJUNE 24, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Personal and Social Covenanting both entail obligation on the Covenanting parties.
THE ORDINANCE OF COVENANTINGJOHN CUNNINGHAM
But men also humiliate us, degrade us, jeer at, ridicule the miseries that they and their society entail upon us.
THE DAUGHTERS OF DANAUSMONA CAIRD
The mention by Hogarth of Ridley and Latimer they considered irrelevant; their fathers' heroic mood was a detail: not an entail.
THE LORD OF THE SEAM. P. SHIEL
He hadn't been specific about what the "or else" would entail.
SENSE FROM THOUGHT DIVIDEMARK IRVIN CLIFTON
It cannot, Sir Wycherly; nor with a will, so long as an heir of entail can be found.
THE TWO ADMIRALSJ. FENIMORE COOPER
The entail was made to exclude females, only because of the old Lady Granard.
THE HEIR OF REDCLYFFECHARLOTTE M. YONGE
Failing such caution, mistakes which may entail serious consequences are likely to arise.
THE SEXUAL LIFE OF THE CHILDALBERT MOLL
The words, "for all the law is fulfilled in one word," entail a criticism of the Galatians.
COMMENTARY ON THE EPISTLE TO THE GALATIANSMARTIN LUTHER
He knew that the attempt to remove this scandal would entail a desperate conflict with the princes of the earth.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME VJOHN LORD
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