Lost names, forsaken beliefs…Bouvier is fascinated too by the Westerners washed up in these out-of-the-way lands.
Global Cures calls these forsaken therapies “financial orphans.”
Ron Paul shares her fears that the dollar will be forsaken in favor of some cursed one-world currency.
With 4,000 deaths in West Africa, the number of forsaken children is exploding.
But I could celebrate the Jewish holidays and, yet, I had forsaken them.
The French were forsaken by their savage allies, and victory soon declared in favour of the English.
Would it have been for his benefit to believe in her, and was her fault only that I had forsaken her?
It looks lonely, forsaken, as if no eye had beheld it from the day of creation until now.
We too have forsaken, sometimes denied, the same Master and Friend.
Without suffering he scarcely cares to recall that he has forsaken his eternal home.