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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.
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Activists with whom the Washington Blade has previously spoken say church teachings on homosexuality and gender identity remains unchanged despite these overtures.
POPE FRANCIS CALLS FOR CIVIL UNIONS FOR SAME-SEX COUPLESMICHAEL K. LAVERSOCTOBER 21, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
Despite the president’s overtures, many church groups continue to meet in person.
SOUTH KOREA’S RELIGIOUS RIGHT TORPEDOES THE FIGHT AGAINST COVID-19FIONA ZUBLINSEPTEMBER 24, 2020OZY
In spite of such overtures, they did play their role in defending many of the important frontier castles.
HISTORY OF THE CRUSADES: ORIGINS, POLITICS, AND CRUSADERSDATTATREYA MANDALMARCH 23, 2020REALM OF HISTORY
The overture is over, the curtain is about to rise on the drama of Georgie's married life.
THE PIT TOWN CORONET, VOLUME I (OF 3)CHARLES JAMES WILLS
Nowadays many organists find it possible to play the Overture to Tannhauser; the writer pleads guilty himself.
THE RECENT REVOLUTION IN ORGAN BUILDINGGEORGE LAING MILLER
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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