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    1. There are many that think they have all they need in life and yet are spiritually bankrupt

    2. If it could be exchanged for nothing, it would, like a bill upon a bankrupt, be of no more value than the most useless piece of paper

    3. If, when the bill becomes due, the acceptor does not pay it as soon as it is presented, he becomes from that moment a bankrupt

    4. The bill is protested, and returns upon the drawer, who, if he does not immediately pay it, becomes likewise a bankrupt

    5. If, before it came to the person who presents it to the acceptor for payment, it had passed through the hands of several other persons, who had successively advanced to one another the contents of it, either in money or goods, and who, to express that each of them had in his turn received those contents, had all of them in their order indorsed, that is, written their names upon the back of the bill; each indorser becomes in his turn liable to the owner of the bill for those contents, and, if he fails to pay, he becomes too, from that moment, a bankrupt

    6. With western aid, Greece is today a bankrupt

    7. But there I was, bankrupt when it came to

    8. He embellishes, perhaps, four or five hundred acres in the neighbourhood of his house, at ten times the expense which the land is worth after all his improvements; and finds, that if he was to improve his whole estate in the same manner, and he has little taste for any other, he would be a bankrupt before he had finished the tenth part of it

    9. It was a wonder that Mr Pinscher ever found the strength to lift food to his mouth, but lift it he did and in quantities that would cripple another man, and bankrupt Mr Pinscher if ever he was required to pay for it himself

    10. Their affairs continued to go gradually to decline, till at last, being in every respect a bankrupt company, they were dissolved by act of parliament, and their forts and garrisons vested in the present regulated company of merchants trading to Africa

    11. The mine-adventurers company has been long ago bankrupt

    12. If any of the contributors become bankrupt or insolvent, the collector is obliged to advance his tax ; and the whole parish is reimposed next year, in order to reimburse the collector

    13. If the collector himself should become bankrupt, the parish which elects him must answer for his conduct to the receiver-general of the election

    14. When it becomes necessary for a state to declare itself bankrupt, in the same manner as when it becomes necessary for an individual to do so, a fair, open, and avowed bankruptcy, is always the measure which is both least dishonourable to the debtor, and least hurtful to the creditor

    15. Mexico devastated and bankrupt

    16. She had gone bankrupt and four years later was a teacher

    17. For instance, 98% of all municipalities are bankrupt, and have not obtained a clear auditors report since 1994 when freedom came

    18. Unless you are willing to bankrupt yourself you will never subdue a whole nation

    19. Resorts and restaurants all up and down the pristine Caribbean beaches closed, bankrupt

    20. Now our two major Banks are bankrupt (in reality) and a laughing stock on the world stage

    21. They won’t want to go bankrupt or suffer a loss of reputation for honesty

    22. possibility of letting it go bankrupt but if the problem is to be fixed it has to be transferred for the

    23. It is now predicted that sometime in the next 20 to 25 years the system will be bankrupt

    24. bankrupt in the near future and they now are incorporated into Obamacare which is even worse

    25. The ethics teachers are bankrupt

    26. The $2k proceeds from sale of our house—at huge loss due to prevailing 14% mortgage rates—were deposited into a state insured S&L which then went bankrupt

    27. We gave him our address, he mailed the check, I used it to open an account at a state insured S&L, and, you guessed correctly, IT went bankrupt leaving us in a rented two story townhouse with no savings

    28. ‘There’s very little glamour in working for a bankrupt company

    29. When Butch Roxas’ Royale Broadcasting Network started to lose income and almost gone bankrupt, they did all measures to raise the ratings of their programs

    30. students had been educated, but left spiritually bankrupt

    31. Acquisitions and takeovers have been the subject of criticisms of big business recently, with Enron as the first and probably the largest of bankrupt entities that showed “greed,”

    32. ” The government aid was withdrawn, and Collins shortly thereafter went bankrupt

    33. His Great Northern never went bankrupt

    34. It is necessary to point out that there was so much waste, inefficiency, and government regulation that the UP line ultimately went bankrupt in 1893

    35. It went bankrupt in 1888

    36. He bought the line again, but his ‘charm’ ran out, and it went bankrupt again in 1893

    37. bankrupt national economy”, adds credence to the concept that no matter how

    38. “Tell me, Aldrich, with such a large financial establishment going bankrupt, what effect will this have?”

    39. ‘It’s my choice and my responsibility, nothing to do with the fact that we’ll be bankrupt if he doesn’t sign the contract

    40. "My company is almost bankrupt, Lily," he stated

    41. who had taken over a nearly bankrupt business and had turned it into an

    42. The authorities had little hard evidence and only his testimony in court could bankrupt the trade

    43. Also, you will have opportunities to invest in troubled or even bankrupt properties or companies and turn them around

    44. When the materialistic-secular panic is over, the religion of Jesus will not be found bankrupt

    45. went bankrupt together at the end of the third week

    46. Our wealth has been slowly eroded over the years, and if it wasn’t for the money we get from the timber taken by the Forestry Commission the family would be bankrupt

    47. The hardcore reality is here that Americans cannot continue to pay these fees on money they cannot pay back or they will be bankrupt and have no future

    48. The fact is that many people are going bankrupt because of this debt they are carrying and it is sad to any family that this is happening too

    49. The reason is, is because America has realized that in the next 20 years, we could bankrupt our country with the cost of healthcare or medicare because of the health of society

    50. that syndicated my columns went bankrupt

    1. bankrupted, Morgan Stanley, Bear Sterns, AIG, Wachovia, and others were purchased by others to save

    2. checks; 117 have bankrupted at least two businesses; 3 have been

    3. Unfortunately MTV was neither bankrupted nor run out of business

    4. A fraudulent investment manager whose bankrupted client had suicided, received a fine he could well afford; and a housebreaker had successfully sued the poor old bloke who had only been protecting his own property with a shot-gun

    5. bankrupted all the middle men turning the hardest blow of depression on them, what was worth more

    6. bankrupted and went out of business

    7. cognoscenti at the old boys club have just bankrupted the world

    8. In a staggering series of events, their callous actions had bankrupted every country and government on the planet, and yet through their control of information and news, they were easily able to convince everyone that they were the only ones who could lead people out of the mess they had created

    9. Are you aware the fuel cost of coming here has bankrupted at least 20% of the crowd?”

    10. If Russia had not bankrupted itself by trying to match the United States in its atomic nuclear capabilities for global destruction, it would not have destroyed itself

    11. I was bankrupted so fast I could not believe what had happened

    12. England bankrupted herself because of the Napoleonic wars

    13. Louis the 14th bankrupted France and put it into debt

    14. Churchill bankrupted Britain, destroyed the British Empire, and handed-over global military and economic primacy to America, all because Churchill was a bought and paid for puppet of the Jewish Zionists

    15. United States and has practically bankrupted our government

    16. In the 1950s, his older brother Stephen had been hospitalized repeatedly for mental illness, and his care had nearly bankrupted the family

    17. Nick Leeson, the rogue trader who bankrupted Barings Bank had the same problem

    18. Because these contributions were submitted and edited during the second half of 2007 and early 2008, you will not see references to the deepening credit crisis and sharp financial market sell-off that very nearly bankrupted the venerable investment bank Bear Stearns in March 2008

    19. “Clyde Miller has just bankrupted his own corporation

    20. Sorry’ for Birth of a Nation, was so expensive it bankrupted the studio – not the last time an epic turkey would do that

    21. Salazar kept Portugal agricultural, backward, and poor, and nearly bankrupted the country by fighting to keep hold of its African colonies (see Chapter 11)

    22. 1830 had bankrupted the people

    23. Irritated convictions, embittered enthusiasms, agitated indignations, instincts of war which have been repressed, youthful courage which has been exalted, generous blindness; curiosity, the taste for change, the thirst for the unexpected, the sentiment which causes one to take pleasure in reading the posters for the new play, and love, the prompter's whistle, at the theatre; the vague hatreds, rancors, disappointments, every vanity which thinks that destiny has bankrupted it; discomfort, empty dreams, ambitious that are hedged about, whoever hopes for a downfall, some outcome, in short, at the very bottom, the rabble, that mud which catches fire,—such are the elements of revolt

    24. 3 billion and bankrupted Barings Bank

    1. But I do believe that it is time to restore US values of peace and tolerance and love for each other, and derail the corporate care plan that stirs up competition only to serve itself while killing good people by the tens of thousands and bankrupting America

    2. This is because their solution is achieved by keeping us at war and controlling and bankrupting governments worldwide

    3. Is that their science? Is that their solution, genocide of 90% of the earth’s population? By bankrupting the US, chaos would descend upon the world, with mass starvation, rioting and looting

    4. These easy reforms will restore true value to healthcare and effectively kill the plague of high cost and unresponsive service that is bankrupting millions of people and sucking more and more vitality from the American economy

    5. Radio Cygnus was intensely fearful of the bankrupting backlash his death would cause, for at this point the entirety of their business was based on Johnny

    6. Power brokers bankrupting themselves to provide games for the masses, the killing fields of the roman stadia, buying up entire grain harvests to stage wasteful feasts for the entire city… in the hope of getting some popular support from the masses in their bids for Imperial power

    7. A son almost bankrupting himself so ghosts of the past can play baseball in his cornfields

    8. He hoped beyond hope that his nation would not allow itself to be seduced into exchanging blows with evil on evil’s terrain, bankrupting both the pocket and the soul

    1. When the law does not enforce the performance of contracts, it puts all borrowers nearly upon the same footing with bankrupts, or people of doubtful credit, in better regulated countries

    2. The uncertainty of recovering his money makes the lender exact the same usurious interest which is usually required from bankrupts

    3. Though all of them may be very likely to become bankrupts, it is a chance if they all become so in so short a time

    4. When a banker had even made this discovery, he might sometimes make it too late, and might find that he had already discounted the bills of those projectors to so great an extent, that, by refusing to discount any more, he would necessarily make them all bankrupts ; and thus by ruining them, might perhaps ruin himself

    5. Debray has made me lose 700,000 francs; let him bear his share of the loss, and we will go on as before; if not, let him become bankrupt for the 250,000 livres, and do as all bankrupts do—disappear

    6. Creditors, it is postulated, just want to receive back principal plus interest even if it bankrupts the company, but such a view is unrealistic

    7. Troup,) the other day, told this House that, if commerce were permitted, such was the state of our foreign relations, none but bankrupts would carry on trade

    8. The men so applying, I can assure the House, were no bankrupts; but intelligent merchants, shrewd to perceive their true interests; keen to pursue them

    9. In what are these ten millions of dollars to be collected? In bank bills, the credit of which is at least doubtful? No, sir, in specie; and when this is entirely withdrawn from the State banks, and the banks are unable to pay the money for their bills, who does not see that this confidence is instantly destroyed—that the bubble bursts—that floods of paper bills will be poured in upon them, which they will be unable to meet, and which will for a time be as worthless as oak leaves—that the banks themselves must, at least temporarily, become bankrupts, and that a prostration of credit, and all those habits of punctuality which for twenty years, we have been striving so successfully to establish, will inevitably ensue, and, with them, also, there must be suspended the commerce, the industry and manufactures of the country; and a scene of embarrassment and derangement be produced, which has been unexampled in our history

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