God reminds us that Prophet John (known as the Baptist) was dutiful
towards his parents both loving them and obeying them.
Thanks to the German mathematician Wilhelm Leibniz' dutiful
copying, some of the pages were made available 3 centuries ago for scholars to puzzle over, even though the originals disappeared.
The charismatic Mason's Origins of Man featured the hip hop dancer and choreographer as a circus barker hawking the sideshow of his life, a dutiful
son recalling his mother, the "dance Nazi," and a phantom character in a Rashamon-like story told by friends.
Furthermore, gendered analyses of Victorian violence have largely focused on constructions of dutiful
femininity that excused men's "disciplinary" violence and an all-male judiciary that stood idly by or even actively supported male household dominance.
The artist-patron relationship has yielded plenty of great art over the centuries, from Michelangelo's over-the-top Moses on the tomb of Pope Julius II to Velazquez's dutiful
Las Meninas and Goya's sneering The Family of Charles IV.
Teenaged Dorothea is the dutiful
niece going so far as to make a quilt for her uncle when he requests a specific pattern.
The essence of Bybee's memorandum was elegantly captured by one of King Henry's most dutiful
subjects in Shakespeare's Henri' V: "[W]e know enough, if we know we are the king's subjects: if his cause be wrong, our obedience to the king wipes the crime of it out of us.
The love between a girl back home and a dutiful
soldier in the U.
Spokesman Yann Lovelock said that while it was common in the East to commemorate the anniversary of the death of parents and grandparents, Westerners were less dutiful
I was a nurse at the time, but being a dutiful
wife whatever my husband wanted to do at the time was fine with me," says Bell.
Yet the adults who sacrifice the most to create and mold this precious human capital, whether they be dutiful
parents, daycare workers, school teachers, camp counselors, or even college professors, retain only a small share of the value they create.
The commentary between essays often gets unreadably sentimental and the dutiful
question-and-answer sections at the end of each chapter are more likely to induce snores than encourage curative male bonding or transcendent spiritual journeying.