NO! Ambian CR (control release) can cause memory loss and hallucinations, among other side-effects, such as causing one to be incoherent. You should NEVER take a drug like thi…s when you are going to be away from the safety of your own home, or any time you will be in a public place..
If you truly feel the need to take some sort of sedative before a long flight, it is much more advisable to take one of the benzodiazipines, such as Valium or Xanax. But only take it in small doses, especially if you've never taken either of these drugs before..
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I have taken Ambian on every long flight and have never had a problem. Every person is different and should check with their Doctor before taking any medication. ( Full Answer )
It may be true that the Catholic Church appears to be wealthy. They have their own bank within the Vatican City which collapsed during the 1970s due to improper practices. The…y were accused of 'laundering' money for the mafia. They also have priceless works of art, including paintings, sculpture and architecture. One could argue that the Church is obscenely wealthy, especially since they are a religious organization. They are also on record as saying that all their priceless works of art do not belong to them but to the people. On occasions, tours are conducted through the Vatican to view all the priceless works of art from which they earn money. During Expo in Australia in the 1980s, it was awe inspiring to view such a magnitude of items of apparent wealth. The situation of the Church's wealth is debatable and if true is certainly obscene and certainly not in keep with the teachings of Jesus whom they claim to represent..
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I visited the Vatican City a few years ago, and, as the above answer describes, the Vatican museums are stuffed with priceless paintings, statues and so on. In one corridor every square inch of wall (and ceiling) space is covered in priceless art, and the statues were often 4-5 deep either side of the central walkway along the corridors.The sale of just one painting of the thousands on view would feed a third world nation for a generation. And what is on view is but a small percentage of what is locked away in vaults, never to be seen..
The official line of the Vatican is that these treasures are there as protection and conservation of the art for the public good - ie they are acting as stewards of this art for generations to come. However, this excuse is a little feeble. Museums that wish to maintain art in such a fashion can sell paintings to multimillionares, but then these continue to keep the paintings in the museum on permanent loan. That way they are not responsible for the security of the painting, have no insurance to pay, it is on view for all to see, but the painting remains the property of the buyer and becomes part of their estate when they die and is passed on to their descendents as part of the family estate. In this way everyone benefits..
However the Vatican refuses to do this sort of thing, instead amassing great wealth for its own ends. As the above answer testifies, this was totally against the teachings of Jesus Christ and quite abhorrent to God. ( Full Answer )
Proud boasting is what Zeus utterly abhors in "Antigone" by Sophocles (495 B.C.E. - 405 B.C.E.). Specifically, the chorus leader identifies Zeus the chief god's pet peeve …just after the opening interaction between Theban Princesses Antigone and Ismene. He describes the prideful boasting in the case of Polyneices amassing an army of disgruntled Thebans and supportive Argives to attack his own hometown of Thebes. Ironically, Polyneices in reality can be said to be in the right for defending his legitimate claim to the Theban royal throne, and his claim is vindicated when his son Thersander takes over the throne and keeps it within the hands of his descendants. ( Full Answer )
The word abhor has a short A sound, or "ah." You can hear the vowel A (long A sound) in bayonet (BAY-uh-neht, bay-uh-NEHT) and hatred (HAY-trehd). These are the same as the… words bay and hate . ( Full Answer )
Judaism: There are many doctrines held by Christianity that completely go against the teachings of Torah, probably the worst is the idea that G-d can take the form of a per…son or that there is a literal child of G-d. Answer (Muslim view) It is the doctrine of Christianity that Jesus is God or son of God. Both Judaism and Islam consider Jesus neither God nor son of God. Followers of Judaism and Islam worship one and only one God (same God) with no son, no partner, no companion and no associate. Muslims believe that Jesus is one of the 5 greatest prophets; namely: Noah, Abraham (Ibrahim), Moses (Musa), Jesus (Isa), and Muhammad (peace be upon them all). ( Full Answer )
No, it is not. The best place to look to find out what a word is, is the dictionary, or dictionary.com. In every dictionary that I know if you will find this information with …the definition of all words. According to dictionary.com abhor is a verb. ( Full Answer )
A. Sherlock Holmes is a logical man and in many cases, Logic (Logos) and Emotion (Pathos) conflict with one another. In such cases of conflict, IF Sherlock Holmes valued and e…njoyed emotions, then he may find it difficult to side with the "logical side of his brain". Though, IF Sherlock Holmes rejects the thought of experiencing emotions and forces himself to remain as stoic as possible (as unattached to people, places, and emotions) - THEN, he can effectively, efficiently, and logically handle a situation. In most of the cases that Sherlock Holmes works to solve, emotions have played a vital role one way or another. Whether it be that the killer acted out of blind rage (an emotion), or if a man stole a diamond ring out of pure greed (an emotion). Everyone, for the most part, feels emotion of some sort or another. Sherlock Holmes, is able to (in most situations), control his emotions and put personal feelings to the side. If a man is enraged with fury, he cannot logically form a solution to the problem that he is faced with. If a man is mourning the death of a loved one, he cannot effectively motivate himself to attempt to solve the case. If a man is madly in love with another, he may be blind to the truth that they are only manipulating him and his feelings. I could go on ALL day about the reasons why Sherlock Holmes hates, detests, avoid, etc. emotions. ( Full Answer )
Abhor mean to regard with disgust or hatred. It meant the same thing to Shakespeare, who was of course writing in the same language. E.g. in Twelfth Night, Maria says, "he wil…l come to her in yellow stockings, and 'tis a colour she abhors, and cross-gartered, a fashion she detests" ( Full Answer )
The word abhor means to loathe or be in strong opposition tosomething. Dishonesty is any kind of falsehood or corruption insomeone. In basic terms, to abhor dishonesty means t…o hate lying orother deceitful conduct. ( Full Answer )