Not so noble of the parents afterall.
Medicine is the noblest of professions.
How noble of him to let him keep the $5600.
Verily, the noblest of you in the sight of Allah, is the most God? fearing among you.
Reality to this man is inverted; hell's vicars on earth are the noblest of men to him.
Verily, the noblest of you in the sight of Allah is the greatest in righteous practice.
The art of war, as it is certainly the noblest of all arts, so, it necessarily becomes one of the most complicated.
Not unaware of the admiration she aroused, the clever young princess would settle only for the most noble of spouses.
In life, Wilde was evidently more noble of spirit than some of the characters he created and the company that he kept.
And even when we act for the noblest of reasons, the last link of the chain all too often drips with someone's blood.
There is nothing noble in his actions.
Suffering is something noble in itself.
Here the word Aryan denotes Noble in Tamil.
Osburh is recorded as ' a most religious woman, noble in character and noble by birth '.
There is something noble in resolving once and for all time, the Osu problem in Igboland.
Do not repay anyone evil for evil, but take thought for what is noble in the sight of all.
There is nothing good or noble in the way Israel treats the Palestinians, especially at times of crisis such as this.
Whether ' t is nobler in the Heart To suffer the pangs of thirst Or by drinking to quench them! HILLAH, August 1920.
Hamlet assists us because his language gives us words that we can use, whether we view mankind as ' noble in reason,.
In this sense, Levi turns the story of Auschwitz into a profound parable of the basest and the noblest in human nature.
There is nothing noble about poverty.
And there is nothing noble about that.
Nothing noble about it; nothing to revere.
There is nothing more noble about fundamental spec than a mathematically-derived spec.
I just don't think there's anything especially noble about it: it's just self-interest.
There was very little that was noble about pointing the finger at friends who had done nothing illegal.
And, in my opinion, there will always be something truly noble about working for a purpose beyond personal profit.
It is more common among fairly well educated workers - tradesmen etc There is nothing inherently noble about workers.
Don't try to act so noble about trying to save the planet, when you really mean you want to keep it viable for yourself.
You list war movies as if there's something inherently noble about exploding someone's guts because they're on the other side.
I did find it at Barnes and Noble for the 12.
Being loyal to his obligations is really noble for a man.
Wisdom is noble for all things and release is the essence.
The middle R -- which you are more than noble for avoiding -- has had a lot written about it.
Try doing something noble for a change that will actually benefit the world because this doesn't.
And it is noble for intellectuals defending Israel's legitimacy to dream of a possible compromise.
To be too large for worry, too noble for anger, too strong for fear, and too happy to permit the presence of trouble.
There can be nothing nobler for a Muslim than the earning of God's pleasure through making a complete submission to His will.
They looked noble for giving the show another chance with a second season and saved money with the revamped 20th Century Fox deal.
Thinks! Share This Dead Serious Bal Thackeray's death made him nobler for many TV news presenters and reporters than he ever was considered when alive.
Seemed noble to me at the time.
Tecnicos, on the other hand, were noble to a fault.
This makes the seasteading concept very noble to me.
CIMB Research raised its target price for Noble to S$1.
FORTINBRAS 386 Let us haste to hear it, 387 And call the noblest to the audience.
The temptation is great to assign a noble to a more exciting task than active rule.
No matter how hard I tried to commit the Noble to each corner, the Fabia had the edge.
And that's because the concept of agreement has changed somehow, from being something noble to being something weak.
The ship's crew proved to be noble to the end, with only 209 surviving the tragedy and a whopping 701 lost to the sea.
All sorts of people -- the noble to the profane to the criminal -- take advantage of the anonymity these sites provide, and a ban on one means a ban on all.
In the sight of God the noblest among you is.
Verily the noblest among you is he who is the most pious.
Surely the noblest among you in the sight of Allah is the most God-fearing of you.
It is God who made you noble among all creatures, making your home in thin, pure air.
The noblest among you in Allah's sight is that one of you who best performs his duty.
Valmiki's Ram was the bravest among the brave, the noblest among the noble, but not God.
The noblest among you near God are those of you who are the most heedful (morally upright).
Surely the noblest among you in the sight of God is he who is the most righteous of you? (49:13).
From the Holy Qur'an: ? Certainly, the noblest among you in the eyes of God is the most righteous of you.
In Herodotus? account, Xerxes gathers? an assembly of the noblest among the Persians? in order to? learn their opinions.
Maori In a Maori legend constraint, made noble by the purpose it served, was.
Osburh is recorded as ' a most religious woman, noble in character and noble by birth '.
You were a noble by birth, so inheritance and family was extremely important to maintaining status.
Conrad is not particularly noble by this reckoning, despite his mother's status, and thus exempted.
But let her who is the most noble by birth seldom or ever mention her father's name; for all must be equal here.
Even if they were free or noble by origin, they were in some sense contaminated by their close contact with death.
Kind in heart, spotless in character, saved by soul, and noble by nature, the Imam devoted all his time to Allah's Ibadah.
Do you think it was noble to hurt her feelings? And is she being noble by being the person she is? The solution to your dilemma is simple.
Whoever boasts to others, unasked, of his practices, precepts, is, say the skilled, ignoble by nature -- he who speaks of himself of his own accord.
It is easy to be noble with a silver spoon in your mouth.
At the end of the ad, they all seemed ridiculously pleased with themselves and noble with it.
It culminates when the hooded figure is revealed as Luke Skywalker, aged, but quick and noble with a lightsaber.
She was neither Catholic nor empress - just a scion of a treacherous noble with a rather tenuous link to? royalty?
Song Your body, pure and holy, Disfigured by the scourge, Your head so bright and noble With thorns they tried to purge.
They hope to achieve noble qualities so that their behaviour will be noble with metta (loving kindness ), karuna (compassion ),.
Next time you want to get a book for your thirteen-year-old, send her to Barnes and Noble with a few bucks to buy what she wants.
With his mind fixed from his early days on the ambition of doing something noble with himself, he gave himself up to all kinds of learning.
What exactly Barns &; Noble with Microsoft are going to launch is a mystery however Mary Joe Foley strongly suspect there is a Barns and Noble Reader in the works.
He was one of the righteous and noble amongst the T? bi '? n.
The most noble amongst you in the sight of Allah is the most pious amongst you.
It is indeed a noble as well as a novel concept.
Regarded as a profession, it is the noblest as it is the most ancient of the catalogue.
Noble as the award is, it comes to add to his laurels, pushing him further from the national stage onto a much more coveted international platform.
It doesn't take much imagination to cast Noble as a gruff clown: that's essentially his shtick in real life Leaving aside the face-painted foe, the central characters are pretty generic.
I describe it as noble at the daytime and going crazy at the night time.
Give Americans a chance to be greedy and noble at the same time, and the cultural momentum becomes unstoppable.
This idea represents how Macbeth is noble at the start of the play, but as Lady Macbeth influences him, he starts to turn wicked and later can not stop the evil deeds that he commits.
I'd impressed that her ambitions were so noble from a tender age.
Then in around 508 BC the Pythagorean Society at Croton was attacked by Cylon, a noble from Croton itself.
They have given so much time, energy, and sincerity for unwanted animals, to show every one else something noble from what they do, voluntarily.
Cixi or no Cixi, it's highly unlikely any Manchu noble from their generation would be willing to enact anything along the lines of the 100 days reforms.
Hearing about the woman's attainment of Stream-winning, the king arranged for her marriage to a noble from his court, and thereafter she gave alms to any monks or nuns she could find.
One of the most dangerous comments you'll hear sounds very noble on the surface.
The store in the photo above is Barnes and noble on sunrise hwy in the shopping center.
Helge and Victor apologized, which was noble on their part, but we decided to leave early and take it as a lesson in traveling.
Now while this may seem sort of noble on the surface i find it shows that these people think a woman is incapable of thinking for herself, that she needs to be protected from the big bad world.
Once-relevant and noble groups like the NAACP, and others less noble such as LULAC and MALDEF, must be exposed as the frauds that they have become in 2012.