(1) He speaks of the history and sanctity of the order, and tells the crowd that it is the actions of a vile temptress, a witch, who brought them here.(2) While the fundamental principle was the sanctity of human life, this principle was not absolute.(3) But they all share the Chancellor's belief in the sanctity of work and importance of rewarding those who toil.(4) The interior of this example is covered with gold leaf, emphasizing the sanctity and importance of the objects placed within.(5) Emphasis on the sanctity of the human body can also be seen in the cult of the martyrs and saints, in which bodily remains are imbued with divine power.(6) Amongst them is the idea of the sanctity of human life.(7) He says he does value marriage and its sanctity .(8) Such things ought not to interfere with our regard for the sanctity of human life.(9) I consider the sanctity of settlements to be of the utmost importance for the policy reasons more eloquently discussed elsewhere.(10) The sanctity of human life is the closest thing our culture has to a basic value.(11) We are going to read more about the sanctity of human life and the dangers of playing God.(12) The phrase ├ö├ç├┐the sanctity of human life├ö├ç├û still resonates in legal and political debates, even among those who have no clear idea what it means.(13) Also, the Holy Prophet has clearly presented the Qur'anic law in respect of the honour and sanctity of the religious sentiments of every community and nation.(14) The sanctity of human life has been sidelined as an irrelevance in the Republic as blindly as in any paramilitary murder in the North.(15) Instead, should we choose to actually take measures to preserve freedom and the sanctity of human life, we must look first to our own backyard.(16) ├ö├ç├┐This argument goes to the heart of the debate about when life is created and the sanctity of human life,├ö├ç├û she said.