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How Harrison and the his father and how each one feels about this government practice?
No. He was, however, the grandson of President William Henry Harrison.
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possibly...depends on the state law, and the judge. (age of the children and each parent's income would be factors.) Consult an attorney in your state.
She does not have a baby!
Yes if you belive in God. YES! even if you don't belive in God also.
Sherman Harrison which they call Hajji, who is my Auntie Tracy's fiance and my cousin Alazha's sister.
Harrison Ford has said that he feels "Irish as a person, Jewish as an actor."
hey feel so great about him
Han Ford King of Germany
Because he was a Thug
Each One Plant One There's a popular saying which goes, 'Each one plant one'. This saying essentially urges all human beings to plant at least one tree in their lifetime. If e…very human being planted a tree, and if our planet had as many trees as it had people, the environment wouldn't be quite as unstable as it is today. The hole in the ozone layer wouldn't be quite as big or threatening, and the globe wouldn't be warming up as quickly as it is. The importance of respecting your environment and Mother Nature can never be underestimated. While everyone grumbles about pollution, not many of us really do anything about it. "What can we do?" you say. The answer is: plenty. Here's what you can do for starters: Don't Litter You're in a car, munching on a packet of chips. The instant you chomp down the last wafer, you roll down your window and chuck the packet out of the window. Bad. Very, very bad. Golden rule no. 1: Don't ever throw anything out of the window of your car. Only if you follow this rule, can you set an example for your children. If you have something to discard, simply keep it in your car, and throw it in your garbage bin when you reach home. Take pride in your country! Someone once said "People get the government they deserve." Well, what does that say about us? Save Paper Yes, it's true. Paper is made from trees. So don't, don't waste paper. DON'T! We're not asking you to abstain from using paper. Feel free to use as much as you want, as long as you USE it, and not just waste it. Instead of giving your younger children a drawing book, wherein they scribble their way through 10 pages in 10 minutes, give them a sheet of paper instead, so they keep scribbling away on that one sheet. (The same rule applies to you!) Use both sides of the paper when printing, unless you are taking 20 printouts and you cannot be bothered to keep changing the side. But if it is just a couple of pages, use BOTH sides. Similarly, use both sides of a writing pad, notepad or letterhead. Remember that every piece of paper can be recycled, no matter how small. So recycle paper. Separate your garbage Separate your dry garbage from kitchen waste. Give your dry garbage for free to the neighbourhood raddiwallah when he comes to purchase your old newspapers. Did you know that because most people don't separate their garbage, slum children rummage through piles and piles of slime, trying to salvage whatever they can so they can sell it and buy themselves a meal? In the process not only do they get various skin infections, but they also often cut themselves on broken glass pieces and rusted nails, and are constantly ridden with diseases. Do your bit for charity Do you do your bit for charity? There's no compulsion, and if you're still in the process of making a life for yourself, coughing up extra cash so someone else can have a chance at making their lives, may not be a very appealing option. However, you don't have to donate money if you'd rather not. There are various other options:Give old clothes to a government hospital or to a charity institute (not to beggars on the street.) Ask your child to hand over the toys he does not play with any longer, and the clothes he doesn't wear. (Of course, you can have the final say and put those expensive, new, M&S trousers that fit perfectly, back in his closet!) Explain to him that these clothes and toys will be sent to a charity home. This way your child will learn the lesson of giving. Every once in a while, give your newspapers to a newspaper collecting drive. Educate someone. Does the washer woman have a son or daughter who could use some help in school? Help the child with school work. If you don't have the time, encourage your children to teach them. In this manner, you would also be inculcating a sense of social service in your children. Or simply, do a great service to your planet, and plant a tree.
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We would all disagree on stuff and next thing you now, the whole us starts a war into a state. So basicly the us would be a battleground everywhere
In Jesus Christ
The Bible does not indicate there were "two Josephs," each the father of Jesus. The "two" are the same man, and the gospel accounts of Matthew and Luke both point out that… Joseph was not Jesus' father. If he had been, the natural conclusion to Matthew's genealogy would have been, "…Jacob begot Joseph, and Joseph begot Jesus." This is clearly not the case. Matthew 1:16 says, "And Jacob begot Joseph the husband of Mary, of whom was born Jesus who is called Christ." Here, Joseph is identified as the offspring of Jacob and "husband of Mary," NOT the "father of Jesus." In Matt. 1:20, an angel tells Joseph: "…that which is conceived in her is of the Holy Spirit." Luke 3:23 says that it was "supposed" (meaning "commonly thought" or "assumed") that Jesus was the "son of Joseph" (the truth of the matter having been previously stated - see Luke 1:35), then says, "the son of Heli." The structure of the genealogy in Matthew, working forward from Abraham with a series of "begots," makes it clear that Joseph's "side of the family" is in view, and that Joseph's father was a man named Jacob. Luke's use of "supposed" is the key to understanding that "the son of Heli" refers to Jesus, not Joseph. (It's common for Scripture to refer to someone as the "son" of an ancestor, regardless of the number of intervening generations. A prime example is Matthew 1:1 - The book of the genealogy of Jesus Christ, the Son of David, the Son of Abraham:) Matthew's gospel clearly establishes the fact that Joseph's father was named Jacob. Simple common sense then dictates that Heli must have been Jesus' maternal grandfather - Mary's father, not Joseph's, and that Luke's genealogy presents Jesus' maternal lineage.