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Though his overtures were rebuffed, he remained committed, even after his Emancipation Proclamation of 1863, to promoting state-by-state abolition.
Activists with whom the Washington Blade has previously spoken say church teachings on homosexuality and gender identity remains unchanged despite these overtures.
Despite the president’s overtures, many church groups continue to meet in person.
The city initially rejected overtures to buy the building because Doug Manchester, a supporter of Mayor Kevin Faulconer, owned a stake in the building, and his involvement could invite accusations for the mayor.
In spite of such overtures, they did play their role in defending many of the important frontier castles.
The overture is over, the curtain is about to rise on the drama of Georgie's married life.
Nowadays many organists find it possible to play the Overture to Tannhauser; the writer pleads guilty himself.
He had composed a string quartet in B major, and an overture in F major.
I am very busy (upon the orchestration of the C minor overture composed during the summer).
The overture in C minor, referred to in this letter, was submitted to Nicholas Rubinstein a few days later.

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