It is not that something is meant
by the quoted sentence, rather it is meant
by the speaker in using the quoted sentence.
First, I had to learn that JCWC meant
"Jackson County Women's Center.
Through prayer and conversation and reading, she gradually finds herself, thanks to God's grace, growing closer to the person she is meant
Social delirium or the loss of control over the ability to reason accompanied by discursive excesses marked by an obsession with selective historical experiences such as colonialism, results in actions that are meant
to redress mythical rather than real grievances.
One lesson from the failure of revolutionary federal health care reform was the importance of having a basic, shared notion of what this kind of triangular, potentially distorted relationship among physicians, payers, and patients is meant
While woven knit sleepwear and embroidered chambray muumuus accentuate the line, the Meant
To Be fashion story is all about prints," according to Herb Roth, President of the new Movie Star division.
That it meant
, that it means, and, by the blessing of God, that it shall mean to the end of time
Cassise's actions were meaningful, but my guess is that the writer really meant
that this gentleman moved a large portion of his assets.
The teachings and myths of the great world religions are meant
to be appreciated on different levels as one proceeds along life's path.
Unless there's some kind of sameness between what Paul meant
and what he means to us today, then you're not hearing Paul's message.
He found, for instance, that elucidating the figurative language of Jesus in order that the ordinary reader might better understand it had the effect of making it seem odd that persons in the scriptural story sometimes responded as if they could not understand what Jesus meant
As I indicated before, this essay is not meant
to compare Arsuzi to Aflaq.