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    1. remember to use appropriate language

    2. That’s one reason fall prevention programs aimed at seniors point out the need for appropriate lighting throughout the home to clearly define changes in floor surfaces or levels and to eliminate both shadows and glare

    3. During the next few years you should work on reducing the chemicals used by ••• then eventually not using any chemicals at all and be 100% Organic! Any problems your plants may have can be treated with the appropriate organic controls; some of which are mentioned in this book

    4. A failure to recognize changes in old relationships and making appropriate adjustments can be misread as indifference

    5. The answers should be appropriate and one should be prepared to indicate the lack of knowledge in respect of the specific query rather than give a wrong or incomplete answer

    6. happy oblivion seemed appropriate

    7. The military was considered the only morally appropriate use of technology by some

    8. ’ I replied graciously, ‘As I’m having a day off I thought it appropriate to dress accordingly

    9. It was airy when appropriate, for the light part of the week was very warm here and air conditioning was impossible

    10. All things considered it was an appropriate ending … they buried him at sea

    11. If we do not have the appropriate wisdom for those moments we will not just lose life, but will also profane the eternal glory of God and mare His image

    12. ‘I have sent out messages to the appropriate quarters … I expect to hear news from the Burfords shortly

    13. Kara – These lapis lazuli beads come from the mountains of the Russian steppe … Lapis is deemed to be the stone of truth (though you know my skepticism of such ideas!) but seems appropriate as no soul is more truthful than yours

    14. It seems appropriate that you should have them

    15. ‘If you would come with me, I shall arrange for the appropriate receipts

    16. All of these things are boiled down to the fact that dermabrasion is not appropriate for

    17. It was what everyone wanted and seemed the appropriate thing to do in the face of such tragedy

    18. The breathing should also be carefully timed to coincide with the appropriate movements

    19. ‘The High Guild deemed it appropriate that the ceremony be held in the kloster Gotteshouse here in Sulis Min

    20. I began to tell her about Yiannis the taxi driver, Kostas at the hotel, my swim and my singing on the ferry and although she nodded and shook her head at all the appropriate moments, I could tell her mind was elsewhere

    21. Jewelry is an appropriate gift for you to give to your girlfriend on Valentine’s Day as long as the cost and type of gift is commensurate with the stage of your current relationship

    22. ‘I think that would be highly appropriate

    23. I sat in silence, disheartened; nodding at the appropriate moments, trying to show interest, looking enthusiastic, and all the while playing for time and becoming more and more overwhelmed by my own personal insecurities

    24. Death certificates were signed and lodged with the appropriate authorities, funeral arrangements planned and paid for, paperwork sorted and solicitors engaged to deal with the minutiae of closing down a life

    25. The house was stripped of the appropriate electronic devices and following a brief forensic examination of hard drives, flash disks and sundry other items of magnetic storage, the Detective Superintendent in command of the vice squad charged the young man with a number of crimes related to the storage and distribution of banned materials

    26. ‘Oh, I just thought it would be an appropriate celebration of the fact that it’s a week since I moved in if we spent the afternoon in bed

    27. contained the appropriate clothes for a night out with the gasworks

    28. He felt it would be most appropriate to marry new

    29. It seems appropriate for the cottage to be used to shelter a representative of a local family and the Stubbses have been in the village since time immemorial, as I remember Mrs Stubbs telling me once when she was washing my hair – that woman can talk! Oh well, wait and see what happens with Ms Singh

    30. can be perfectly appropriate in the short-term, as they

    31. ‘I hear congratulations are appropriate, Anna

    32. 'Do you remember how she insisted on going up to the woods and dancing 'sky clad' to celebrate midsummer? When it was pointed out to her that this was more appropriate for the spring or autumn equinoxes, she said it would be too cold then

    33. Responsiveness The best way to respond is in an appropriate and

    34. in an appropriate and careful way (if you choose to at all

    35. In Practice: There are appropriate ways to be dark and

    36. Be in accord with time in an appropriate way

    37. situation, when CPR would be a more appropriate

    38. Police abuse is to be reported to the appropriate authorities: the PEOPLE

    39. non-compulsive non-forced use of this book is appropriate

    40. “I remember thinking at the time how deliciously appropriate

    41. house was stripped of the appropriate electronic devices and

    42. It seems appropriate

    43. ‘The Governors have seen a draft of the first couple of sections, Mr Stevenson, and suggested that it would be appropriate to use the initials of people rather than their full names

    44. ‘My home address would be more appropriate, I think

    45. I understand that you are likely to be calling at the offices of Mansfield Blake in the near future and thought it appropriate that I should write to you in connection with the research you are currently executing in respect of Miss Bunty Danvers

    46. It was her wish that her biographer should receive a small token in recognition, if I deemed it appropriate, which I do

    47. Miss Danvers expressed the wish that they should be offered to her biographer, if I deemed it appropriate

    48. She smiled in response, automatically trying for the appropriate reaction

    49. She had definite views about what was appropriate and what was not

    50. So, they would instinctively react in a way appropriate to

    1. Shaun's efforts in the workplace are reflected in the fact that he has appropriated the whole of the top floor of the house for himself

    2. There was not a campus as such, just lots of buildings which had been appropriated by the college for its various faculties around the town

    3. Cody: Why did Douglas Adams choose the number ‘ 42’ to answer the ‘ ultimate question’? It means many different things depending on what context you’re using; for example from the actual story’s perspective, it’s an appropriated warning sent by some unknown alien force, symbolically it’s about cosmic connections, from a philosophical perspective it’s about how easy it is to apply meaning to arbitrary phrases and verses, from a thematic perspective it’s a red herring, because it seems like it has a religious meaning but is actually entirely secular

    4. So he had appropriated the largest house in the village and now he and his three VPs were poring over a large ordnance survey map that had been unrolled and placed on the dining room table

    5. It is why they have not appropriated

    6. Now it seemed humans were the adolescents of the universe to be admonished, and the B’tari the young Turks who’d appropriated the role of protector of the human race

    7. After that, a few furs and trinkets were appropriated, a torch was lit and the ship was burned

    8. An adversarial race, equal in technological terms to their own future selves, had appropriated an already prosperous (albeit troubled) planet to suit an ideological goal: a kind of utopia; the foundation for, perhaps, a colonisation

    9. One indeed attacked me without reason on the border, and I am afraid I distressed the Army medic by informing him I would most definitely shoot him if he didn’t quit fooling around and pull it out with pliers (which I had appropriated from the Army the week before) immediately and without leaving pieces of the spike in me either! After that I passed out because he had mixed the antibiotic injection with a knock-out drug after I had given him the evil eye, or so he said during a fatherly chat about the attempted murder a few days later

    10. I appropriated a couple of these strips as curios and placed them with my goods

    11. They floated around, each one wearing a life jacket duly appropriated from the Navy making a fool of the poor man, much to our amusement, we suspecting the truth

    12. They had not even had the decency to wear the life jackets he had appropriated from the Navy specifically for them

    13. The poor wretches soon appropriated everything, but unfortunately they applied this permission universally, and on subsequent marches, when the men laid their packs by the roadside to collect later, they frequently found them rifled

    14. However, it was the forgotten part of the war and we never had the best or latest equipment unless it could be appropriated from the Army

    15. We draw our kit on the first day which consisted of camouflaged overalls, old fashioned sail webbing (suitably appropriated from the Army just after the Korean War), a sleeping bag and an R1 (SLR) rifle without a strap and two magazines

    16. Everything was about weight and we suffered with our 1950s sail webbing which was very outdated and consequently we appropriated decent chest webbing from the Army afterwards

    17. The lieutenant also said he "is f-cked by this incident because he f regularly appropriated the f leftovers of the leftovers out of the fridge when the other did not watch and he would f never be able to f eat again in his life! Any f white sauce makes him throw up and gives him f violent shudders

    18. Could not believe it was that simple and being deeply disappointed in their long haired liberal tendencies for breaking a 20 year old appropriation tradition I told everyone I appropriated it from them

    19. They soon progressed to highly mechanized infantry using their excellent Casspir armoured vehicles and much other appropriated equipment from the Army

    20. So they appropriated what they needed from the Air Force and Army which had much more equipment than what was good for them

    21. We also knew or suspected they would not want to be appropriated by SAP COIN

    22. It also appropriated some differently interpreted Jewish rituals, some time after Mohammad and his followers had been rejected as equal partners with them

    23. Oops!!! Appropriated, if you are a Communist

    24. Recruiting offices were flooded, funds were appropriated, Ringgold was lionized in song and ballad,

    25. I asked if the port had been named Paulpa, but it seemed the villagers took great umbrage at having their home appropriated and they had to be forcibly evicted

    26. Without Elle in the way, I could feel an attraction that was healthy and appropriated again

    27. has been appropriated by Congress

    28. Congress appropriated a 13% increase over its $ 5

    29. 6% of the federal money appropriated for security enhancement in 2004

    30. arena that Thoth had appropriated for his home

    31. Tula, whose efforts in this art of the investigation of the foreign adversity seemed to bloom of a vocation inherited from her ancestors, adhered to her person from the moment of her birth, and in this way, without very much determination or emulation, she appropriated of the human melodramas to promulgate them in all its extension, such as a decree, for the populous streets of town

    32. I appropriated the basement and installed my witchcraft center there

    33. it from the man he admired most, the very man whose name he appropriated

    34. The soul's spiritual capacity for receptivity determines the quantity of heavenly blessings which can be personally appropriated and consciously realized as an answer to prayer

    35. The girl was Brythunian, whom Conan had found in the slave-market of a stormed Shemite city, and appropriated

    36. He had appropriated a thick tapestry rope in the great hall, and now, having reached the parapet, he looped the soft strong cord about the girl's hips and lowered her to the earth

    37. As Conan came down the road he wondered why the beggars, so plentiful in Zamboula, had not appropriated these empty houses for sleeping quarters

    38. 7 And this is illustrative of the way Jesus, day by day, appropriated the cream of the Hebrew scriptures for the instruction of his followers and for inclusion in the teachings of the new gospel of the kingdom

    39. " Jesus appropriated the positive portion of this Scripture while rejecting the negative part

    40. Its original purpose had been forgotten, and nobody, of such as saw it at all, noticed that the apparently ancient lock which kept it from being appropriated as sleeping-quarters by beggars and thieves, was in reality comparatively new and extremely powerful, cunningly disguised into an appearance of rusty antiquity

    41. Since 1983, over $13 million has been appropriated for such research

    42. $107,000 was appropriated by Congress for a project to study the sex life of the Japanese quail

    43. 5 million was appropriated by the House to modernize a power plant at the Philadelphia Naval Yard, which at the time, was scheduled to be closed

    44. helping us to unload supplies, to cleaning the building we had appropriated as barracks, and,

    45. Garcia would learn later that, the two latter were appropriated from the base itself

    46. He loaded one into the chamber and secured the gun to the Voth belt he had appropriated

    47. If one were jabbed just right, he would drop to his knees in pain, and Garcia would clobber him over the back of the neck with his appropriated Painstik

    48. Aahla quickly made her way down the corridor and appropriated a turbolift that

    49. “Are any of the ships we appropriated available and functioning?” Garcia asked

    50. management stretched to a policy that all funds should be appropriated before the

    1. Karl said in his Manifesto; “the development of Modern Industry, therefore, cuts from under its feet the very foundation on which the bourgeoisie produces and appropriates products

    2. Congress is failing in its oversight functions, not only in enforcing the Civil Rights Act’s prohibition against quotas, but also in making certain that the money it appropriates is used for authorized purposes

    3. Why it was that upon this beautiful feminine tissue, sensitive as gossamer, and practically blank as snow as yet, there should have been traced such a coarse pattern as it was doomed to receive; why so often the coarse appropriates the finer thus, the wrong man the woman, the wrong woman the man, many thousand years of analytical philosophy have failed to explain to our sense of order

    4. It annexes the territory in question to the Orleans Territory; it creates a Governor; it enacts laws, and appropriates money

    5. [This bill provides that —— dollars shall be paid out of the Treasury to Captain Hull and the officers and crews of the Constitution frigate, and a like sum to Captain Bainbridge and his crew, for their two gallant achievements; and appropriates a sum of —— dollars therefor

    1. Instead they eschewed any responsibility, advocating anarchy, and appropriating material possessions by illegal means

    2. That, I can tell you, took some appropriating, for the Army had discarded their R1 (SLR) rifles and bayonets five years previously for what they called the R4, and what the rest of the world calls the Galil Assault Rifle

    3. House of Representatives, a bill was taken up appropriating

    4. But the girl persevered in appropriating his favors, which obtained more for her insistence and determination that for the predisposition of the magician towards her

    5. In a more forceful attempt of appropriating me of the foreign words, I extracted half a body in the window, what made me slide imprudently and boisterously and some little stones went to smash noisily against the floor

    6. In this habit of Jesus' going off so frequently by himself to commune with the Father in heaven is to be found the technique, not only of gathering strength and wisdom for the ordinary conflicts of living, but also of appropriating the energy for the solution of the higher problems of a moral and spiritual nature

    7. Appropriating the reality of the organisation will empower

    8. Appropriating Patel’s legacy suited Modi

    9. When Teri had joined the faculty a year ago, David had wasted no time in appropriating the responsibility of showing her how things were done at WSC, things like how to enlist the secretaries’ help when they were busy in the office and how to work the front office bureaucracy to her advantage

    10. Go back still further and see the architect and engineers who planned the vessel; let the thought carry you back still further in order to determine why they planned the vessel; you will see that you are now so far back that the vessel is something intangible, it no longer exists, it is now only a thought existing in the brain of the architect; but from where did the order come to plan the vessel? Probably from the Secretary of War; but probably this vessel was planned long before the war was thought of, and that Congress had to pass a bill appropriating the money; possibly there was opposition, and speeches for or against the bill

    11. You ask in what does the creative power of thought consist? It consists in creating ideas, and these in turn objectify themselves by appropriating, inventing, observing, discerning, discovering, analyzing, ruling, governing, combining, and applying matter and force

    12. If one keeps appropriating

    13. For all that, however, he determined to take him, intending to furnish him with a more honourable mount when a chance of it presented itself, by appropriating the horse of the first discourteous knight he encountered

    14. They’d actually found the imagery of him quietly appropriating the revolver from the weapons captured aboard HMS Dreadnought

    15. Lewis was appropriating the style of Clarence Darrow, a Chicago labor lawyer renowned all over the nation as the “lawyer’s lawyer

    16. She said little, assented only here and there, and betrayed no inclination either of appropriating any part of the compliment to herself, or of strengthening his views in favour of Northamptonshire

    17. The doctrine of Jesus with regard to labor and the fruits of labor is expressed in the story of the loaves and fishes, wherein it was shown that man enjoys the greatest sum of the benefits accessible to humanity, not by appropriating all that he can possibly grasp and using what he has for his personal pleasure, but by administering to the needs of others, as Jesus did by the borders of Galilee

    18. The most important is to show that the whole matter lies in appropriating to oneself possibilities of the greatest enjoyment without thinking of consequences

    19. And ask him whether it is laudable and worthy of a man, and proper for a Christian, to busy himself, again for money, with catching unfortunate, erring, frequently ignorant, drunken men for appropriating to themselves other people's possessions in much smaller quantities than we appropriate things to ourselves, and for killing men differently from what we are accustomed to kill men, and for this to put them in prisons, and torment, and kill them, and whether it is laudable and worthy of a man and a Christian, again for money, to preach to the masses, instead of Christianity, what is well known to be insipid and harmful superstitions; and whether it is laudable and worthy of a man to take from his neighbour, for the sake of his own lust, what his neighbour needs for the gratification of his prime necessities, as is done by the large landowners; or to compel him to perform labour above his strength, which ruins his life, in order to increase his own wealth, as is done by manufacturers, by owners of factories; or to exploit men's want for the purpose of increasing his wealth, as is done by merchants

    20. In one of the estates of a wealthy landowner the peasants had raised a forest on a pasture which they owned in common with the proprietor (had raised, that is, had watched it during its growth), and had always made use of it, and so regarded this forest as their own, at least as a common possession; but the proprietor, appropriating to himself this forest, began to cut it down

    21. He also had a habit of appropriating other people’s property, when the opportunity offered of his doing so without being seen

    22. The statesman, to compensate for the undoubted and obvious evil which he does to man by freeing himself from the struggle with nature and by appropriating the labour of others, does men another obvious and undoubted harm by countenancing all sorts of violence

    23. moved to recommit the bill, to inquire into the propriety of appropriating such a sum of money as the Secretary of the Navy should deem adequate to the object, for the sum proposed certainly was not

    24. Sir, a few days ago a bill was before this House for appropriating a small sum of $20,000 to prevent the most precious archives not only that this country but that any other country possesses, the evidence of the titles of our political independence, the title-deeds of the great American family, the great charters of our liberty, from destruction

    25. Latreille in appropriating the name thus rejected to var

    26. As he could not vote for appropriating $480,000 for the repair of the vessels of war unfit for service, it would perhaps be the most proper time to submit his opinions

    27. Williams spoke against the propriety of appropriating money, without estimate, for an object not wanted until we went about building seventy-fours

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