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They are among his dearest worldly possessions, the paper trail of his protracted confinement, though he can barely read.
Forged in the fires of the Counter-Reformation, the Jesuit Order adopted many Protestant practices, including an emphasis on schooling and worldly skills.
I asked long-term travelers how they prepared for a marathon trip, from obtaining the right credit card to dealing with all of their worldly possessions.
As a rule, farming isn’t as hazardous as trench warfare, but it can result in the kinds of accidents that leave only minutes to pass on one’s worldly goods.
Martin painted the emotions you can access there, on the furthest frontiers of tedium, when manufactured emotions and worldly concerns have been dulled by countless laps or lines.
That company is Stripe, which has an other-worldly valuation of $36 billion.
I hurt you when I say that, but I want you to be my good friend, as always, in spite of my worldliness.
PATCHWORKANNA BALMER MYERS
And it has to be said that Elsie April in all her young and radiant splendour and woman-of-the-worldliness was equally stiff.
THE REGENTE. ARNOLD BENNETT
Some have fallen into worldliness and a fashionable life, and are broken down under it.
THE EDUCATION OF AMERICAN GIRLSANNA CALLENDER BRACKETT
There were, then, some streaks of good-natured worldliness which tallied with Christian duty.

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