(1) It exhorts viewers to fight against divisive forces that disrupt the peace of a nation, says Sundar.(2) She gently admonished the translator, a man, by exhorting him not to be chauvinistic by distorting facts.(3) However, our co-ops have a crucial role to play, which must go well beyond exhorting farmers to get bigger and leaner.(4) China's national anthem exhorts its citizens to move forward and resist foreign aggressors.(5) From the back end of a bus, the City of York Council exhorts us to ├ö├ç├┐cycle to work for a healthy heart├ö├ç├û.(6) In Delaware, Allen also encountered exhorters of the Methodist Society, then still affiliated with the Church of England.(7) It is, of its nature, penal rather than exhortatory .(8) He exhorts me not to take the problems of the world so seriously, and to have more faith in the ways of Allah.(9) There also is some superficial similarity with eugenicism in terms of an exhortatory jargon for human self-improvement, but I wouldn't press this point.(10) Moral consequentialism exhorts us to choose between different modes of life as well as different choices within each mode.(11) In addition to ministers, many Baptist churches had ruling elders, assistants, exhorters , deacons, deaconesses, elderesses, and evangelists.(12) The big man repeatedly exhorts his fans to be leaders not followers, but like good followers, they obey his every word.(13) My problem with today's liturgical bureaucracy is that it advances measurable technical goals at the same time it diminishes the more essential immeasurable exhortative ones at the heart of EACW.(14) He described Divine Beauty as ├ö├ç├┐neither philosophy nor theology, neither spiritual nor doctrinal, neither critical nor exhortative but rather a delighted dance of all these elements├ö├ç├û.(15) To get workers charged up, he exhorts his troops to act like entrepreneurs, take risks, and own up to failure quickly.(16) With a pointing finger, he exhorts the crowd of young law students to stop the assault on the powerless.