(1) Most Arabic music is pure melody and rhythm, unencumbered by harmony; voices implore and exult, while instruments share the inflections of song.(2) It is to make atonement to the Most Scared Heart for all the sins of the world and to implore His grace and mercy for every family in the Ferrybank Parish.(3) I implore mercy(4) We implore God's mercy for ourselves, the church, and the world, because in God's world there is peace for all.(5) In her association with the apostles and several women, ├ö├ç├┐we also see Mary by her prayers imploring the gift of the Spirit, who had already overshadowed her in the Annunciation.├ö├ç├û(6) This is me imploring the congregation of nurses at the first learning session to please, please, please put more people on treatment.(7) Rickety children clutching imploringly the tattered garments barely covering the bones of their mothers are seen in all quarters of the city.(8) Conservative MPs implored key figures in the sponsorship scandal to ├ö├ç├┐just let it out├ö├ç├û Wednesday and admit they lied to Parliament three years ago about their roles in the affair.(9) On research, Gates implored politicians to dedicate more funding to federal research programs and to make the research and development tax credit permanent, an idea supported by President Bush.(10) What if they just forget the due process, consultants and planning stuff and like Mayo just ├ö├ç├┐ implored ├ö├ç├û you to do it?(11) They will salute, smile, and stare imploringly at him, all the while maintaining, with absolute rhythmic precision, the delicate steps, shimmering hand movements, and respective vocal parts of their song.(12) The people prayed, wept, gnashed their teeth, pulled their hair, imploring the mercy of the Virgin Mary.(13) There and then, he cast himself on the mercy of God, imploring him to forgive his sins and accept his soul for Christ's sake.(14) And if they will perish, let them perish with our arms around their knees, imploring them to stay.(15) Thus this work can be read as autobiographical, sometimes more specifically as representing a triangle in which the man is Rodin, the imploring young woman, Camille, and the old woman, Rose Beuret, or more generally as a symbolic representation of the painful break between Claudel and Rodin.(16) I was about to speak when he looked at me imploringly .