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


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  ... whose characteristics -- of age, gender, race, and ...  BB Foreword to Fourth Edition, p.xxiii
The stories added to this edition represent a membership whose characteristics -- of age, gender, race, and culture -- have widened and have deepened to encompass virtually everyone the first 100 members could have hoped to reach.


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  ... whose concerted work would depend the answer ...  12&12 Tradition Five, p.150
Alcoholics Anonymous can be likened to a group of physicians who might find a cure for cancer, and upon whose concerted work would depend the answer for sufferers of this disease.


3.
  ... whose duty it is to receive it.  BB Into Action, p.74
Those of us belonging to a religious denomination which requires confession must, and of course, will want to go to the properly appointed authority whose duty it is to receive it.


4.
  ... whose experience closely tallied with his own.  BB A Vision For You, p.160
Impressed by those who visited him at the hospital, he capitulated entirely when, later, in an upper room of this house, he heard the story of some man whose experience closely tallied with his own.


5.
  ... whose families have not returned at all.  BB Working With Others, p.100
We have seen men get well whose families have not returned at all.


6.
  ... whose final achievement is ruin.  12&12 Step Three, p.37
Plainly enough, it is a bone-crushing juggernaut whose final achievement is ruin.


7.
  ... whose hope is the maintenance and growth ...  BB How It Works, p.66
But with the alcoholic, whose hope is the maintenance and growth of a spiritual experience, this business of resentment is infinitely grave.


8.
  ... whose judgment, fortified by considerable experience, is ...  12&12 Tradition Two, p.135
The elder statesman is the one who sees the wisdom of the group's decision, who holds no resentment over his reduced status, whose judgment, fortified by considerable experience, is sound, and who is willing to sit quietly on the sidelines patiently awaiting developments.


9.
  ... whose lives could have been saved, had ...  BB Working With Others, p.103
A spirit of intolerance might repel alcoholics whose lives could have been saved, had it not been for such stupidity.


10.
  ... whose lives touch the sufferer's.  BB There Is A Solution, p.18
It engulfs all whose lives touch the sufferer's.


11.
  ... whose membership is far above 150,000 recovered ...  BB Foreword to Second Edition, p.xv
In that brief space, Alcoholics Anonymous has mushroomed into nearly 6,000 groups whose membership is far above 150,000 recovered alcoholics.


12.
  ... whose parents could not make out whether ...  BB A Vision For You, p.158
He proved to be a devil-may-care young fellow whose parents could not make out whether he wanted to stop drinking or not.


13.
  ... whose problem has been solved, as well ...  BB To Wives, p.104
Among us are wives, relatives and friends whose problem has been solved, as well as some who have not yet found a happy solution.


14.
  ... whose reactions are very different from ours.  BB There Is A Solution, p.20
We see that these expressions refer to people whose reactions are very different from ours.


15.
  ... whose shadow I had lived and shivered ...  BB Bill's Story, p.12
It melted the icy intellectual mountain in whose shadow I had lived and shivered many years.


16.
  ... whose stories I have heard, there is ...  BB More About Alcoholism, p.43
As to two of you men, whose stories I have heard, there is no doubt in my mind that you were 100% hopeless, apart from divine help.


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  ... whose story of the early days of ...  BB Foreword to Second Edition, p.xvi
He had also been greatly helped by the late Dr. William D. Silkworth, a New York specialist in alcoholism who is now accounted no less than a medical saint by A.A. members, and whose story of the early days of our Society appears in the next pages.


18.
  ... whose support can be obtained.  12&12 Tradition Eleven, p.181
A worthy charity wants to raise money; forthwith, its letterhead shows the name of every distinguished person whose support can be obtained.


19.
  ... whose woes we have increased.  12&12 Step Eight, p.78
In many instances we are really dealing with fellow sufferers, people whose woes we have increased.


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