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... humble admission
of powerlessness over alcohol is ...
Step Seven, pp.72-73
... humble example
that resolve a crisis.
Tradition Two, p.135
... humble labor
without worrying about tomorrow.
Step Twelve, p.121
... humble pie,
it now begins to mean ...
Step Seven, p.74
... humble than
Tradition Two, p.133
and their friends
are sometimes wiser
and more humble
... humble, to
gain a vision of humility ...
Step Seven, p.73
... humble willingness
to have Him with me ...
Bill's Story, p.12
There had been a humble willingness
to have Him with me -- and He came
... humble without
being servile or scraping.
Into Action, p.83
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