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But while that approach might be rich in integrity, it wouldn't add 30 pieces of silver to Morton's bank account.
However, once Clegg took his 30 pieces of silver, the Lib Dems disgarded their principles and all the students.
A lot of people conclude that Judas Iscariot the apostle who betrayed Jesus for 30 pieces of silver, and in the end committed suicide, is now languishing in the fires of hell.
I hope the person who is responsible for selling the pictures and the story has enjoyed spending his or her 30 pieces of silver.
And I suppose on the way out they stopped to pick up their 30 pieces of silver.
Maybe, but it doesn't course as strongly through your veins as the love of pocketing 30 pieces of silver, does it, Lord B?
Well, in Texas, he can keep his 30 pieces of silver.
A closer look may show that the majority have prostituted their careers and reputations by taking the 30 pieces of silver offered to them from the big corporations who see their profits endangered.
Their topics include facing the last day through two narrative apocalyptic figures in the Coptic-Arabic "Apocalypse of Pseudo-Athanasius," an Arabic version of the treatise on the origin and history of the 30 pieces of silver that Judas received from the Jews, the role of religious leaders in promoting reconciliation in Sudan, ecumenical and inter-religious dialogue: towards a more interpersonal and spiritual engagement, and the interfaith landscape and liturgical places.
The moron above who wrote this has taken Ashley's 30 pieces of Silver and he`s a disgrace to his profession.
While listening to Sunday's Gospel, the biblical story of Jesus Christ's trial and crucifixion, I reflected on the infamous 30 pieces of silver and Pontius Pilate's washing of hands to absolve himself of determining the fate of Jesus and I thought of a contemporary example.
I was momentarily tempted to sell it, but any money I might get would just feel like 30 pieces of silver.