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From the books  ...  Alcoholics Anonymous (Big Book) and Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions (12 & 12)


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1.
  Ten -- Alcoholics Anonymous has no opinion on ...  BB Appendix I, The A.A. Tradition, p.562
Ten -- Alcoholics Anonymous has no opinion on outside issues; hence the A.A. name ought never be drawn into public controversy.


2.
  ... Ten -- "Alcoholics Anonymous has no opinion on ...  12&12 Contents (Tradition Ten), p.12
Tradition Ten -- "Alcoholics Anonymous has no opinion on outside issues; hence the A.A. name ought never be drawn into public controversy."


3.
  ... Ten: "Alcoholics Anonymous has no opinion on ...  12&12 Tradition Ten, p.179
Thus was laid the cornerstone for Tradition Ten: "Alcoholics Anonymous has no opinion on outside issues; hence the A.A. name ought never be drawn into public controversy."


4.
  ... Ten -- "Continued to take personal inventory and ...  12&12 Contents (Step Ten), p.8
Step Ten -- "Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it."


5.
  ... ten-dollar word.  12&12 Tradition Four, p.146
Autonomy is a ten-dollar word.


6.
  ... ten men drink their heads off.  BB To Employers, p.138
I pointed out that I had had nothing to drink whatever for three years, and this in the face of difficulties that would have made nine out of ten men drink their heads off.


7.
  ... ten newcomers, and was gently diplomatic with ...  12&12 Tradition Eight, p.168
Then we saw that if a hardworking secretary answered the phone dozens of times a day, listened to twenty wailing wives, arranged hospitalization and got sponsorship for ten newcomers, and was gently diplomatic with the irate drunk who complained about the job she was doing and how she was overpaid, then such a person could surely not be called a professional A.A.


8.
  Ten -- No A.A. group or member should ...  12&12 Tradition Ten (Long), p.192
Ten -- No A.A. group or member should ever, in such a way as to implicate A.A., express any opinion on outside controversial issues -- particularly those of politics, alcohol reform, or sectarian religion.


9.
  ... ten o'clock -- so what?  BB Bill's Story, p.4
My friends had dropped several million since ten o'clock -- so what?


10.
  ... ten or fifteen years of literal hell ...  12&12 Step One, p.23
They were spared that last ten or fifteen years of literal hell the rest of us had gone through.


11.
  ... ten or twenty years of drunkenness would ...  BB Into Action, p.83
We must remember that ten or twenty years of drunkenness would make a skeptic out of anyone.


12.
  ... ten the unexpected happens.  BB Into Action, p.78
In nine cases out of ten the unexpected happens.


13.
  ... ten thousand dollars.  12&12 Tradition Seven, p.163
When her will was read, it was discovered she had left Alcoholics Anonymous in trust with the Alcoholic Foundation a sum of ten thousand dollars.


14.
  ... ten thousand dollars.  12&12 Tradition Seven, p.164
We needed that ten thousand dollars.


15.
  ... ten thousand dollars, and adopted a formal, ...  12&12 Tradition Seven, p.165
Difficult as it was, they officially declined that ten thousand dollars, and adopted a formal, airtight resolution that all such future gifts would be similarly declined.


16.
  ... ten thousand dollars under consideration wasn't much, ...  12&12 Tradition Seven, p.164
Compared to this prospect, the ten thousand dollars under consideration wasn't much, but like the alcoholic's first drink it would, if taken, inevitably set up a disastrous chain reaction.


17.
  ... Ten we commence to put our A.A. ...  12&12 Step Ten, p.88
But when we approach Step Ten we commence to put our A.A. way of living to practical use, day by day, in fair weather or foul.


18.
  ... Ten, we had begun to get a ...  12&12 Step Twelve, p.108
By this time, at Step Ten, we had begun to get a basis for daily living, and we keenly realized that we would need to continue taking personal inventory, and that when we were in the wrong we ought to admit it promptly.


19.
  ... Ten, which suggests we continue to take ...  BB Into Action, p.84
This thought brings us to Step Ten, which suggests we continue to take personal inventory and continue to set right any new mistakes as we go along.


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