Intentions may refer to:
- Intent (law), in law
- Intention (criminal law), in criminal law
- Intention, in philosophy
Other articles related to "intentions, intention":
... On December 17, 1917 Vladimir Lenin as the head of the Sovnarkom released an ultimatum in which he was accusing the Central Rada of disorganizing the frontlines, stopping "any troops going into the region of the Don, the Urals, or elsewhere", sheltering political enemies such as the members of the Cadet party and ones who sided with Kaledine, as well as obligating to "put an end to the attempts to crush the armies of the Soviet and of the Red Guard in the Ukraine" ... Lenin gave a 24 hours notice to the government of what he called "the independent and bourgeois Republic of the Ukraine" to respond ...
... Cruel Intentions is a series of three films Cruel Intentions, the first film in the series, released in 1999, starring Ryan Phillippe, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Reese ...
... Arrangement is the gradation of aims, the classification of intentions ... One can only consider aims which the eye can appreciate and intentions which take into account architectural elements ... If there come into play intentions which do not speak the language of architecture, you arrive at the illusion of plans, you transgress the rules of the Plan through an error in conception, or though a leaning ...
... "Bad Intentions" is a single by American rapper Dr ... The music video for "Bad Intentions" depicts Dr ... Dre and Knoc-turn'al filming a fictional music video at a burlesque house named "Bad Intentions" ...
... profound way of life was spreading so he announced prayer intentions for every month to go with the Daily Offering ... Pope Pius XI added a specific missionary intention for each month in 1929 ... These intentions are prayed specifically for those who make a commitment to spreading the Gospel around the world ...
Famous quotes containing the word intentions:
“... if we look around us in social life and note down who are the faithful wives, the most patient and careful mothers, the most exemplary housekeepers, the model sisters, the wisest philanthropists, and the women of the most social influence, we will have to admit that most frequently they are women of cultivated minds, without which even warm hearts and good intentions are but partial influences.”
—Mrs. H. O. Ward (18241899)
“If my intentions were not to be read in my eyes and voice, I should not have survived so long without quarrels and without harm, seeing the indiscreet freedom with which I say, right or wrong, whatever comes into my head.”
—Michel de Montaigne (15331592)
“Good intentions are met with good recompense.”