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    1. "If he didn't have a starship to cut up, he could never afford it; but it is fast

    2. extremely low price that any small business can afford

    3. Another asset is YES we can "spoil" them with things that we couldn't afford for our kids when they were small

    4. If something is found essential or very useful to make our life comfortable and we can afford it, then by all means get it

    5. The fund can afford to maintain a large research team for advising on buy/sell decisions

    6. She had to share a cabin to afford passage to the next port, but the man she picked was more of Kulai's build than Herndon's or Jorma's

    7. With no job, I dare not get into financial difficulties with paying rent … I can’t afford to leave the house in Bridgwater empty either …

    8. I can’t afford to stay here now

    9. ‘But I can’t afford to pay any rent

    10. But on the other hand, he couldn't afford to be without Mirielle's information

    11. "I think we can afford to let you finish up that day school

    12. ‘I wouldn’t have thought you could afford to be picky, Elizabeth

    13. She knew the polite thing to do would be to go into the kitchen and thank Sarah and Saya for their hospitality, but she was afraid they would offer her something they clearly could not afford to

    14. World Weary Avengers could not afford any lapses; they were the owners of some extremely advanced and therefore dangerous technology

    15. The developers, all five of them, were under contracts so stringent they could probably not afford to ever leave

    16. cannot afford to feel offended

    17. Could a small time, local thug like him really afford this kind of quality out here in the wilds of Wickford?

    18. We watched a quiz show where the contestants could win holidays and electrical goods, anything right up to a small family car, just for guessing the price of an item that they probably could not afford to buy

    19. Not to mention, I really can't afford to lose anything else

    20. You can afford to stick to things that you are very particular about

    21. healer to those who could not afford the costly treatment

    22. What eventually happens is that you get to the point where you can’t afford to keep your family land

    23. It would take a very strong person to run this camp as smooth as she had; you couldn’t afford to be sentimental about things when there are over 100 lives riding on your decisions

    24. Oh, how the Greeks love their kitsch - that is, whenever they can afford it, yet no matter how hard they tried, still they could never disguise the heady smell of diesel

    25. There was also still a lot of animosity from the people who couldn't afford to prolong their lives

    26. He could afford a lantern to keep his eye lit on this end

    27. There’s money in the bank, we’ve got a lovely house, and I’ve finally been able to afford the best fishing rods that money can buy

    28. I could probably afford to replace the blind … maybe I could have a look round the shops tomorrow for a new one

    29. What if they were aware of how much I knew? If they had a mere scintilla of suspicion they'd never let me return to shore, they couldn't afford to

    30. Alastair and I really must talk about money and how much we can afford to pay in rent

    31. And I can't even afford a

    32. “You are sure that Lord Boras has left for his Hold, Gordon; I cannot afford to have him wandering about when our guests arrive

    33. We are a small organization and we can't afford to hire a grant writer, accountant, and lawyer to help us seek a Federal grant

    34. “He is probably so dazzled by my report that he"s speechless! He"s probably worried that I"ll end up being promoted to HIS job! Maybe he realizes now that he can"t afford to pay me the millions of dollars a year that I"m worth

    35. I wanted to go as well, but I couldn't afford to

    36. We couldn't afford any cakes In this town

    37. We can't afford

    38. ‘It’s virtually impossible for the locals to find property they can afford in the village, these days

    39. lovely house, and I’ve finally been able to afford the best fishing

    40. The forefront of style among those that could afford it was the advanced surgical procedure that separated the skull into three sections, lifted it away, and put in a net that made all your thoughts available as your user interface to the network

    41. At least in this society they were unobtrusive, for those rich enough to afford them in the America of 2341 they were bulky and stainless

    42. aligned to Truth and therefore afford myself the option to have a higher

    43. I’ve made some sound investments, and I can afford to buy it

    44. I walked thru a couple museums and looked in a few shops but there was nothing there I could afford

    45. I could make a few bob, afford a nicer flat maybe

    46. Hopefully this will afford you the time that

    47. Jim does the same and says, "Look, sorry about this, but we can't afford to buy drinks and drugs

    48. Paint on exterior woodwork is a luxury that the residents seem ill-inclined to afford

    49. Dumping his bag on a chair, he rooted around in it for his wallet, counting the limited cash at his disposal … bugger it! Glancing up at the list on the wall he calculated carefully, concluding with a sigh that even if he could afford nothing else, he would blow some of the cash on a coffee

    50. Yes, he could afford that

    1. In the thinking time afforded me by slow recovery it became clear that while the casual maltreatment of heathen prisoners might be acceptable as part of the day-to-day routine of hostage supervision, the loss of one of their precious bargaining chips before the cards have been dealt, was unthinkable

    2. that I am afforded this small febrile luxury

    3. By nine o’clock Cyberia had nearly sold out her stock and was looking forward to the little luxury that might be afforded by way of a bacon butty and a polystyrene mug of tea, when her husband arrived pushing an old pram full of soiled tee-shirts and builders’ low slung jeans

    4. He only afforded himself a few mixed nuts and berries from his pack

    5. The exhibitions and displays of the museum afforded Harry an opportunity to match some of the information from his school texts to tangibles, and he once again entertained the Spelman ladies with the depth of his knowledge about the things they were viewing, of which he had only read before now

    6. For everyone who later recalled the pleasure of being in the audience upon that first performance was ever after given the respect afforded a minor celebrity; to recollect for their listeners the excitement and the thrill of being present at the very beginning of what became a beloved tradition of the little village on the Tahoe

    7. When the most fertile and best situated lands have been all occupied, less profit can be made by the cultivation of what is inferior both in soil and situation, and less interest can be afforded for the stock which is so employed

    8. In a country which had acquired its full complement of riches, where, in every particular branch of business, there was the greatest quantity of stock that could be employed in it, as the ordinary rate of clear profit would be very small, so the usual market rate of interest which could be afforded out of it would be so low as to render it impossible for any but the very wealthiest people to live upon the interest of their money

    9. If it were a good deal lower, one half of it, perhaps, could not be afforded for interest ; and more might be afforded if it were a good deal higher

    10. When the greater part of the Highland cattle were consumed on their own hills, the exportation of their hides made the most considerable article of the commerce of that country, and what they were exchanged for afforded some addition to the rent of the Highland estates

    11. The wool of England, which in old times, could neither be consumed nor wrought up at home, found a market in the then wealthier and more industrious country of Flanders, and its price afforded something to the rent of the land which produced it

    12. Before the discovery of the Spanish West Indies, the most fertile mines in Europe may have afforded as great a rent to their proprietors as the richest mines in Peru do at present

    13. The value, both of the produce and of the rent, the real revenue which they afforded, both to the public and to the proprietor, might have been the same

    14. He gives us the detail of the particular places from which the gold and silver were brought, and of the particular quantity of each metal, which, according to the register, each of them afforded

    15. He gives the detail, too, of the particular places from which the gold and silver were brought, and of the particular quantities of each metal, which according to the register, each of them afforded

    16. The one has arisen from a mere accident, in which neither prudence nor policy either had or could have any share; the other, from the fall of the feudal system, and from the establishment of a government which afforded to industry the only encouragement which it requires, some tolerable security that it shall enjoy the fruits of its own labour

    17. The ultimate measure used to rate your performance refers essentially to the efforts devoted to complete your task and takes into account the talents you were afforded when you were born

    18. First, by this attention they were enabled to make some tolerable judgment concerning the thriving or declining circumstances of their debtors, without being obliged to look out for any other evidence besides what their own books afforded them ; men being, for the most part, either regular or irregular in their repayments, according as their circumstances are either thriving or declining

    19. The practice of raising money in this manner had been long known in England ; and, during the course of the late war, when the high profits of trade afforded a great temptation to over-trading, is said to have been carried on to a very great extent

    20. that nice home, car and what luxuries his meager salary afforded him

    21. The temporary relief, however, which this bank afforded to those projectors, proved a real and permanent relief to the other Scotch banks

    22. When the establishment of law and order afforded him this leisure, he often wanted the inclination, and almost always the requisite abilities

    23. Without the establishment of some regular government of this kind, without some authority to compel their inhabitants to act according to some certain plan or system, no voluntary league of mutual defence could either have afforded them any permanent security, or have enabled them to give the king any considerable support

    24. To all of them they afforded a market for some part either of their rude or manufactured produce, and, consequently, gave some encouragement to the industry and improvement of all

    25. Even such of them as were not in a state of villanage, were tenants at will, who paid a rent in no respect equivalent to the subsistence which the land afforded them

    26. The accumulated treasures of the prince have in former times afforded a much greater and more lasting resource

    27. four-and-twenty times more advantageous than that which our North American colonies ever afforded

    28. For although Mr Pinscher could never hope to be held in the same reverence as his celebrated acquaintance, his role as gatherer of the council's taxes afforded him equal power

    29. These, however, together with a pretty large lizard, called the ivana or iguana, constituted the principal part of the animal food which the land afforded

    30. The cotton plant, indeed, afforded the material of a very important manufacture, and was at that time, to Europeans, undoubtedly the most valuable of all the vegetable productions of those islands

    31. But as for a long time after the first discovery neither gold nor silver mines were found in it, and as it afforded upon that account little or no revenue to the crown, it was for a long time in a great measure neglected ; and during this state of neglect, it grew up to be a great and powerful colony

    32. Even the special-ops officers afforded him a wary respect

    33. In the exclusive trade, it is supposed, consists the great advantage of provinces, which have never yet afforded either revenue or military force for the support of the civil government, or the defence of the mother country

    34. No nation ever voluntarily gave up the dominion of any province, how troublesome soever it might be to govern it, and how small soever the revenue which it afforded might be in proportion to the expense which it occasioned

    35. Of course, they expected him to carry this wristband everywhere – it looked like an antique wristwatch with its OLED text and numeral display; but he calculated that their level of reliance on him afforded a certain freedom from their preferred constraints

    36. In those days, the administration of justice not only afforded a certain revenue to the sovereign, but, to procure this revenue, seems to have been one of the principal advantages which he proposed to obtain by the administration of justice

    37. So great a revenue might certainly have afforded an augmentation of £680,000 in their annual payments ; and, at the same time, have left a large sinking fund, sufficient for the speedy reduction of their debt

    38. In order to render the election valid, it was necessary that the sovereign should both consent to it before hand, and afterwards approve of the person elected; and though the election was still supposed to be free, he had, however all the indirect means which his situation necessarily afforded him, of influencing the clergy in his own dominions

    39. In every great monarchy of Europe, the sale of the crown lands would produce a very large sum of money, which, if applied to the payment of the public debts, would deliver from mortgage a much greater revenue than any which those lands have even afforded to the crown

    40. After an hour and fifty minutes Torbin had completed the modifications, at least to the best standard such a rushed job afforded

    41. A tax upon them would fall altogether upon the proprietor, who would thus be taxed for a subject which afforded him neither conveniency nor revenue

    42. It is in general, however, but a small part of the public revenue, which, in a great empire, has ever been drawn from such taxes ; and the greatest sum which they have ever afforded, might always have been found in some other way much more convenient to the people

    43. The high duties which have been imposed upon the importation of many different sorts of foreign goods in order to discourage their consumption in Great Britain, have, in many cases, served only to encourage smuggling, and, in all cases, have reduced the revenues of the customs below what more moderate duties would have afforded

    44. By removing all prohibitions, and by subjecting all foreign manufactures to such moderate taxes, as it was found from experience, afforded upon each article the greatest revenue to the public, our own workmen might still have a considerable advantage in the home market ; and many articles, some of which at present afford no revenue to government, and others a very inconsiderable one, might afford a very great one

    45. Christopher's, which have, for these many years, been completely cultivated, and have, upon that account, afforded less field for the speculations of the planter

    46. Affirmative Action Baby who, in her dissertation at Princeton, failed to give mention to the many opportunities that America has afforded her, choosing to concentrate on presumed instances of less than equal treatment

    47. He would be called the 'White Wizard' and afforded every hospitality he desired

    48. Again a hole was afforded them to gain access

    49. nestled into a dark corner between the pools of yellow light afforded by the streetlights

    50. (including) other inalienable rights, for that matter, afforded to every citizen; providing equal access and protection under the law and the right of every Individual to redress affronts to person and property without ruinous (material) effect on that individual or that individual‘s character or standing…

    1. The numerous hands employed in the one species of cultivation necessarily encourage the other, by affording a ready market for its produce

    2. It may be of some use to the public, by affording an easy proof of the prosperous condition of the country

    3. First, by affording a great and ready market for the rude produce of the country, they gave encouragement to its cultivation and further improvement

    4. It should as readily occur, that the quantity of gold and silver is, in every country, limited by the use which there is for those metals ; that their use consists in circulating commodities, as coin, and in affording a species of household furniture, as plate; that the quantity of coin in every country is regulated by the value of the commodities which are to be circulated by it; increase that value, and immediately a part of it will be sent abroad to purchase, wherever it is to be had, the additional quantity of coin requisite for circulating them : that the quantity of plate is regulated by the number and wealth of those private families who choose to indulge themselves in that sort of magnificence; increase the number and wealth of such families, and a part of this increased wealth will most probably be employed in purchasing, wherever it is to be found, an additional quantity of plate ; that to attempt to increase the wealth of any country, either by introducing or by detaining in it an

    5. The monopoly hinders the capital of that country, whatever may, at any particular time, be the extent of that capital, from maintaining so great a quantity of productive labour as it would otherwise maintain, and from affording so great a revenue to the industrious inhabitants as it would otherwise afford

    6. But as capital can be increased only by savings from revenue, the monopoly, by hindering it from affording so great a revenue as it would otherwise afford, necessarily hinders it from increasing so fast as it would otherwise increase, and consequently from maintaining a still greater quantity of productive labour, and affording a still greater revenue to the industrious inhabitants of that country

    7. But as it obstructs the natural increase of capital, it tends rather to diminish than to increase the sum total of the revenue which the inhabitants of the country derive from the profits of stock ; a small profit upon a great capital generally affording a greater revenue than a great profit upon a small one

    8. A legal exportation, subject to a tax, by affording a revenue to the sovereign, and thereby saving the imposition of some other, perhaps more burdensome and inconvenient taxes, might prove advantageous to all the different subjects of the state

    9. A great bridge cannot be thrown over a river at a place where nobody passes, or merely to embellish the view from the windows of a neighbouring palace ; things which sometimes happen in countries, where works of this kind are carried on by any other revenue than that which they themselves are capable of affording

    10. Whatever part of the whole rent of a house is over and above what is sufficient for affording this reasonable profit, naturally goes to the ground-rent; and, where the owner of the ground and the owner of the building are two different persons, is, in most cases, completely paid to the former

    11. The bounty upon the exportation of corn, so far us it tends, in the actual state of tillage, to raise the price of that necessary article, produces all the like bad effects ; and instead of affording any revenue, frequently occasions a very great expense to government

    12. Think about it: your government spends billions of dollars in its ‘War on Drugs’ and the only visible results are that the street prices have risen higher than an equivalent amount of gold, the world’s most sinister people have rapidly become its wealthiest (easily affording sophisticated aircraft, electronics and weapons that most governments cannot) and addicts, even of moderate income, are unable to afford their habit without resorting to crime

    13. The flogger did not even bother picking up his tools, bowing once more hastily but affording time enough for what would seem to be proper reverence and then quickly heading towards the badly lit staircase that led to the upper levels of the tunnels

    14. Ruby had sat within its sway, affording her an excellent view of the tussle below

    15. 13 That our garners may be full, affording all manner of store: that our sheep may bring out thousands and ten thousands in our

    16. 45 And he saw that the whole of this place was well watered, and good for man as well as affording pasture for the cattle

    17. 45 And he saw that the whole of this place was well watered and good for man as well as affording pasture for the cattle

    18. Across the Way lies Riverside Park, which runs along the river Bouk for kilometers in both directions, affording endless opportunities for scenic strolling, boating, or riding

    19. The grasslands extended as far as the eye could see, rippled with slight hills and coulees in three directions, while to the east the ground gradually fell away into a lowland that extended for kilometers, affording a wonderful view in that direction

    20. Across the Way lies Riverside Park, which runs along the river Bouk for miles in both directions, affording endless opportunities for scenic strolling, boating, or riding

    21. The grasslands extended as far as the eye could see, rippled with slight hills and coulees in three directions, while to the east the ground gradually fell away into a lowland that extended for miles, affording a wonderful view in that direction

    22. The complex Valerie resided at wouldn’t miss him as much as the tenants; he dealt with the condo board people in another manner affording everyone’s ear

    23. Whate’er it be, I am most blessed to write this writ whilst in Folk space, where time moves slower than on Earth, affording me a leisured year

    24. My Mother kissed me tenderly as Master answered what I asked, “We are within a vision state still standing nigh the passageway, affording thee by Our

    25. “What is of value: this occurred in front of Us, affording Thee the opportunity to learn this habit will not serve Thee here

    26. It was the last of many times We four convened, affording Me the chance to choose what lives on Earth would bring about My Destiny

    27. ‘Twas for that reason Father chose to set in motion what events are chronicled within this writ affording Earth Her say at last

    28. He also determined upon this method of teaching because it enabled him to proclaim vital truths to those who desired to know the better way while at the same time affording his enemies less opportunity to find cause for offense and for accusations against him

    29. Skirmishes along the borders were incessant, affording the Cimmerian plenty of opportunities to demonstrate his ability at hand-to-hand fighting

    30. The tree was the tallest around, and the view was spectacular, affording them a breathtaking panaroma of the Forest around them as they waited for the coast to become clear

    31. … Ron caught it ‘cause last fall the fool decided to start prostituting himself so he could keep affording another fix

    32. What more, however, could I do for Lotte than this? I could not take her up in my arms and run away with her and nurse her back to health, for she would probably object to such a course as strongly as her mother; and later on, when she gets well again, she will go back to school, and grow coarse and bouncing and leathery like the others, affording the parson, in three or four years' time, a fresh occasion for grief over deadly sin

    33. affording the excusefor the prominent place given to the

    34. Without health insurance, affording good-quality, comprehensive health care in the

    35. ambled along the street that led to the steps, the street affording them plenty of dark corners to wait in, wait in and observe the

    36. affording him a private stretch of castle wall

    37. Why does the law punish petty theft viciously while affording huge loopholes for the most outrageous thefts of billions of dollars to go unpunished? Legality has nothing to do with truth, or honesty, or fairness

    38. Never mind affording food…

    39. � At that point, we can even celebrate our identity and ego for affording our whole being a sense of safety as we grew enough in our becoming self to become more at ease with the vagaries and hard edges of life

    40. They teach that Christ’s death was simply a measure in God's providence employed to bring out the sinfulness of man; and so, by affording the noblest example of divine self-sacrifice, to influence men by example to abandon an evil life

    41. Anselmo embraced him warmly and affectionately, and thanked him for his offer as if he had bestowed some great favour upon him; and it was agreed between them to set about it the next day, Anselmo affording opportunity and time to Lothario to converse alone with Camilla, and furnishing him with money and jewels to offer and present to her

    42. "That saying does not hold good in your case," replied Leonela, "for love, as I have heard say, sometimes flies and sometimes walks; with this one it runs, with that it moves slowly; some it cools, others it burns; some it wounds, others it slays; it begins the course of its desires, and at the same moment completes and ends it; in the morning it will lay siege to a fortress and by night will have taken it, for there is no power that can resist it; so what are you in dread of, what do you fear, when the same must have befallen Lothario, love having chosen the absence of my lord as the instrument for subduing you? and it was absolutely necessary to complete then what love had resolved upon, without affording the time to let Anselmo return and by his presence compel the work to be left unfinished; for love has no better agent for carrying out his designs than opportunity; and of opportunity he avails himself in all his feats, especially at the outset

    43. One or two meetings of this kind had taken place, without affording Elinor any chance of engaging Lucy in private, when Sir John called at the cottage one morning, to beg, in the name of charity, that they would all dine with Lady Middleton that day, as he was obliged to attend the club at Exeter, and she would otherwise be quite alone, except her mother and the two Miss Steeles

    44. His own two thousand pounds she protested should be his all; she would never see him again; and so far would she be from affording him the smallest assistance, that if he were to enter into any profession with a view of better support, she would do all in her power to prevent him advancing in it

    45. The encouragement of friendships between men and youths, or of men with one another, as affording incentives to bravery, is also Spartan; in Sparta too a nearer approach was made than in any other Greek State to equality of the sexes, and to community of property; and while there was probably less of licentiousness in the sense of immorality, the tie of marriage was regarded more lightly than in the rest of Greece

    46. with which I welcomed the arrival of each Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, as affording me the means of increasing my stock of pens; for I will freely confess that my historical labors have been my greatest solace and relief

    47. What hot-blooded woman wouldn’t? Lor is chained naked to a desk, legs spread, affording me a gloriously intimate view

    48. As we move deeper into Chester’s, the barrage of chaotic emotions begins to subside, affording me a rare and blessed respite: the volume of the world’s endless sensations has been reduced from a ten to a four

    49. Now, I thank you for the pleasure you give me in thus affording me the opportunity of thanking you as I have blessed you, from the bottom of my heart

    50. The children of the Male and Female Foundling Hospital who thronged the windows overlooking the scene were delighted with this unexpected addition to the day's entertainment and a word of praise is due to the Little Sisters of the Poor for their excellent idea of affording the poor fatherless and motherless

    1. Part of that profit naturally belongs to the borrower, who runs the risk and takes the trouble of employing it, and part to the lender, who affords him the opportunity of making this profit

    2. The rent of the land which affords such singular and esteemed productions, like the rent of some vineyards in France of a peculiarly happy soil and situation, bears no regular proportion to the rent of other equally fertile and equally well cultivated land in its neighbourhood

    3. But it is because its price is high or low, a great deal more, or very little more, or no more, than what is sufficient to pay those wages and profit, that it affords a high rent, or a low rent, or no rent at all

    4. - Of the Produce of Land which always affords Rent

    5. It affords, therefore, some rent to the landlord

    6. In many parts of Scotland and Wales it affords none

    7. Barren timber for building is of great value in a populous and well-cultivated country, and the land which produces it affords a considerable rent

    8. Food is, in this manner, not only the original source of rent, but every other part of the produce of land which afterwards affords rent, derives that part of its value from the improvement of the powers of labour in producing food, by means of the improvement and cultivation of land

    9. It affords a good rent ; and the landlord sometimes finds that he can scarce employ his best lands more advantageously than in growing barren timber, of which the greatness of the profit often compensates the lateness of the returns

    10. ˜ Of the variations in the Proportion between the respective Values of that sort of Produce which always affords Rent, and of that which sometimes does, and sometimes does not, afford Rent

    11. The value of that sort which sometimes does, and sometimes does not afford rent, should constantly rise in proportion to that which always affords some rent

    12. It is the price which affords nothing to the landlord, of which rent makes not any component part, but which resolves itself altogether into wages and profit

    13. The price of Spanish gold, therefore, as it affords both less rent and less profit, must, in the Spanish market, be somewhat nearer to the lowest price for which it is possible to bring it thither, than the price of Spanish silver

    14. Though it is not very probable that any part of a tax, which is not only imposed upon one of the most proper subjects of taxation, a mere luxury and superfluity, but which affords so very important a revenue as the tax upon silver, will ever be given up as long as it is possible to pay it; yet the same impossibility of paying it, which, in 1736

    15. The first is that portion which is reserved for immediate consumption, and of which the characteristic is, that it affords no revenue or profit

    16. The second of the three portions into which the general stock of the society divides itself, is the fixed capital ; of which the characteristic is, that it affords a revenue or profit without circulating or changing masters

    17. No fixed capital can yield any revenue but by means of a circulating capital The most useful machines and instruments of trade will produce nothing, without the circulating capital, which affords the materials they are employed upon, and the maintenance of the workmen who employ them

    18. By what a frugal man annually saves, he not only affords maintenance to an additional number of productive hands, for that of the ensuing year, but like the founder of a public work-house he establishes, as it were, a perpetual fund for the maintenance of an equal number in all times to come

    19. It is likely to increase the fastest, therefore, when it is employed in the way that affords the greatest revenue to all the inhabitants or the country, as they will thus be enabled to make the greatest savings

    20. The town affords a market for the surplus produce of the country, or what is over and above the maintenance of the cultivators ; and it is there that the inhabitants of the country exchange it for something else which is in demand among them

    21. The greater the number and revenue of the inhabitants of the town, the more extensive is the market which it affords to those of the country ; and the more extensive that market, it is always the more advantageous to a great number

    22. The cultivation and improvement of the country, therefore, which affords subsistence, must, necessarily, be prior to the increase of the town, which furnishes only the means of conveniency and luxury

    23. The beauty of the country, besides, the pleasure of a country life, the tranquillity of mind which it promises, and, wherever the injustice of human laws does not disturb it, the independency which it really affords, have charms that, more or less, attract everybody; and as to cultivate the ground was the original destination of man, so, in every stage of his existence, he seems to retain a predilection for this primitive employment

    24. From artificer he becomes planter ; and neither the large wages nor the easy subsistence which that country affords to artificers, can bribe him rather to work for other people than for himself

    25. The inland or home trade, the most important of all, the trade in which an equal capital affords the greatest revenue, and creates the greatest employment to the people of the country, was considered as subsidiary only to foreign trade

    26. is deducted for the coinage, which not only defrays the expense of it, but affords a small revenue to the government

    27. All the rest of the neighbourhood, however, by far the greatest number, profit by the good market which his expense affords them

    28. This very competition, however, is advantageous to the great body of the people, who profit greatly, besides, by the good market which the great expense of such a nation affords them in every other way

    29. "Here speaks a man with a devoted wife," he said, jabbing the drumstick into the air to punctuate his speech, "an adoring family, and a position which affords him the respect of the district, invites the jealousy of his inferiors and provides for a most comfortable mode of living indeed

    30. uncultivated land, besides, is the greatest obstruction to its improvement ; but the labour that is employed in the improvement and cultivation of land affords the greatest and most valuable produce to the society

    31. Such a review is therefore just and affords the soul self-realization, in the most profound manner

    32. But the price of land, in proportion to the rent which it affords, the number of years purchase which is commonly paid for it, necessarily falls as the rate of interest rises, and rises as the rate of interest falls

    33. The monopoly, therefore, hurts the interest of the landlord two different ways, by retarding the natural increase, first, of his rent, and, secondly, of the price which he would get for his land, in proportion to the rent which it affords

    34. Often, this purpose is closely related to that of his family, relatives and friends, as a short incarnation affords all parties lessons in life

    35. Ascension is the sequential step which affords us access to higher levels of energy from other dimensions

    36. that affords us growth

    37. Depending on our past actions, the process can be joyful or heart wrenching, but undeniably it affords us a moment of learning

    38. The supplying of those ships with every sort of fresh provisions, with fruit, and sometimes with wine, affords alone a very extensive market for the surplus produce of the colonies

    39. by that time, and they can enjoy the ease and comfort that that familiarity affords them

    40. It is because the labour of the cultivators, over and above paying completely all those necessary expenses, affords a neat produce of this kind, that this class of people are in this system peculiarly distinguished by the honourable appellation of the productive class

    41. Over and above what is destined for their own subsistence, their industry annually affords a neat produce, of which the augmentation necessarily augments the revenue and wealth of their society

    42. As a marriage which affords three children is certainly more productive than one which affords only two, so the labour of farmers and country labourers is certainly more productive than that of merchants, artificers, and manufacturers

    43. The precarious subsistence which the chace affords, could seldom allow a greater number to keep together for any considerable time

    44. The practice of military exercises is the sole or principal occupation of the soldiers of a standing army, and the maintenance or pay which the state affords them is the principal and ordinary fund of their subsistence

    45. This very moderate revenue affords a decent subsistence to nine hundred and fortyfour ministers

    46. If the land which, in one state of cultivation, affords a revenue of ten millions sterling a-year, would in another afford a rent of twenty millions ; the rent being, in both cases, supposed a third part of the produce, the revenue of the proprietors would be less than it otherwise might be, by ten millions a-year only; but the revenue of the great hotly of the people would be less than it otherwise might be, by thirty millions a-year, deducting only what would be necessary for seed

    47. This tax is levied by a much smaller number of officers than any other which affords nearly the same revenue

    48. the rent of a house, which, over and above paying the ground-rent, affords six or six and a-half per cent

    49. If, in proportion to the interest of money, the trade of the builders affords at any time much greater profit than this, it will soon draw so much capital from other trades as will reduce the profit to its proper level

    50. If it affords at any time much less than this, other trades will soon draw so much capital from it as will again raise that profit

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