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Feebleness of mind, pauperism and crime
by printed by the Glasgow Provisional Committee for the Permanent Care of the Feeble-Minded in [Glasgow]
Written in English
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“natural feebleness”: continual jeopardy of being overpowered by other branches Supreme Courts act with the will of the people Rely on executive to enforce Brutus XI – Anti-Federalist paper Warns that because Supreme Court is independent, it will be the strongest branch. In Age and Feebleness Extreme (Aged and Helpless) In age and fee ble- ness- ex treme,- who shall a help - wormless re-deem? Je sus,-myonly- hope thou art, strength of my fail ing- flesh and heart: O could I catch one smile from thee, and drop in to- e ter-ni- - ty!File Size: 18KB.
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Feebleness: See: caducity, disability, fault, frailty, impotence, impuissance, incapacity, languor, prostration. Define pauperism. pauperism synonyms, pauperism pronunciation, pauperism translation, English dictionary definition of pauperism. The quality or state of. Feebleness (5 Occurrences) 1 Corinthians And so far as I myself was concerned, I came to you in conscious feebleness and in fear and in deep anxiety.
(WEY) 2 Corinthians I use the language of self-disparagement, as though I were admitting our own for whatever reason any one is 'courageous' --I speak in mere folly--I also am courageous.
Psalm - From the end of the land unto Thee I call, In the feebleness of my heart, Into a rock higher than I Thou dost lead me. Mary Dendy (28 January - 9 May ) was a promoter of residential schools for mentally handicapped people, i.e.
was the driving force that established a colony for the "feeble-minded". Dendy believed in separate development to avoid crime and these people passing their problems on to their children. CRIME AND ITS CAUSES. CHAPTER I. THE STATISTICS OF CRIME. It is only within the present century, and in some countries it is only within the present generation, that the possibility has arisen of conducting the study of criminal problems on anything approaching an exact and scientific basis.
Jeremiah | View whole chapter | See verse in context At the noise of the stamping of the hoofs of his strong horses, at the rushing of his chariots, and at the rumbling of his wheels, the fathers shall not look back to their children for feebleness of hands.
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After such a negative experience, a kid can stop trying at all, so he won’t cause anger of his/her parent. By taking away the possibility of repetition his/her actions as many times as it’s needed, we take away his/her power. As a result, a kid stop being spontaneous and so called learned feebleness is born.
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And still there was that hint of the feebleness of the blind in his walk. (The Sea-Wolf, by Jack London) The indecisiveness, or feebleness, of his movements was more pronounced. (The Sea-Wolf, by Jack London) There was a hint, just a slight hint, of physical feebleness in his voice, and it was so strange that I looked quickly at him.
(The Sea-Wolf, by Jack London). Even the kind of pauperism and crime in which they indulged was particularly disgraceful. Jukes-Edwards A Study in Education and Heredity. Now, it is a self-evident fact that "pauperism," which is a living drag on our social wheel, can _not_ be dealt with other than by rigorous local government.
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In age and feebleness extreme, Who shall a helpless worm redeem. “'Tis only Jesus, by his blood, Can raise a sinking soul to God.” Jesus. my only hope thou art, Strength of my failing flesh and heart, O could I catch a smile from thee, And drop into eternity.
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