Let me also say this: The promotion of human rights cannot be about exhortation alone.
You would never imagine for a moment you were listening to a fire- and-brimstone orthodox Muslim exhortation.
One of the harmful clichés of modern life is the exhortation to be nonjudgmental.
The exhortation commenced, the subject for that day being on virtue and wisdom, applicable to the future fête.
But we know that she will of her own accord take care of them, and does not need any exhortation of ours.'
She must first take one herself; then her example is effective, as no exhortation can possibly be.
At home and abroad he exhausted himself in invective, in exhortation.
The one is an abstraction of reason; the other an exhortation of passion.
She closed her eyes to the exhortation scribbled on the envelope.
Of course Del Torre was too far off to hear this exhortation.