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    1. DE is totally harmless to mammals if eaten and is recommended to be given to your animals as part of their diet

    2. The Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 6 shows that forgiveness was to be given to all

    3. “They are losers, who stupidly make do with 140,000 drachmas a month; they are cyphers, all of them!” she cries pompously and goes on with an air of profundity: “A businessman wants to earn as much as possible, this is natural! He will pay you as little as he can, unless you prove to him you deserve to be given something more!” … “A clever businessman will hire a secretary who will work for him for a month or so ''on trial'', then he will tell her she is incompetent and he will fire her without paying her a dime; then he will hire another stupid chick who will work for him for another month without payment, then another one will take her place, and so on, until he finds the one who will satisfy him fully” harangues Diana, showing her admiration for bosses

    4. needs to be given to these issues where no eldership is present to oversee the practice of these principles

    5. yourself in Life and you will be given the desires of your

    6. Anything we ask out of selflessness, it will be given

    7. Anything we ask out of love, it will be given

    8. Nothing further can be given to humanity as a choice

    9. ‘I shall be given the strength; I always am

    10. This can be achieved through the selflessness that can be given if love is present in any relationship

    11. would not be given to anyone outside of this relationship

    12. "To intercept us here, that order had to be given when the Talstanian martyr's blew up the labs in Teresina

    13. Dane Tevid insisted that the finest room at the Inn be given to Tarak and Lady Rayne that night

    14. that can be given back to the visitors

    15. She was pretty confident that she would be given food and water and a place to sleep until she learned the language

    16. She allowed herself to believe this woman meant her no harm and that she would be given some menial job in the palace convent or whatever it was until she learned the language and began to teach them about such things as motors and electronics

    17. more responsibility you are given the more control you will be given

    18. should be given the most responsibility

    19. be given the baggage of having it exclusively possessed

    20. not be given consideration

    21. of something which should be given the most attention whether you want the

    22. ) should all be given notice by the occult linguist

    23. enough, will be given the opportunity of un censorship his or herself

    24. 29For unto every one that hath shall be given, and he shall have abundance: but from

    25. a sign; and there shall no sign be given to it, but the sign of the prophet Jonas:

    26. ‘I ask that they be given the protection of your

    27. And our children's children shall be given the choice as well---regardless of their gender

    28. bread will be given him his water will

    29. Mark 13:11 specifically refers to the power of the Holy Spirit to act and speak through the disciples of Jesus in time of need: "be not anxious beforehand what ye shall speak: but whatsoever shall be given you in that hour, that speak ye; for it is not ye that speak, but the Holy Spirit

    30. In exchanging the complete manufacture either for money, for labour, or for other goods, over and above what may be sufficient to pay the price of the materials, and the wages of the workmen, something must be given for the profits of the undertaker of the work, who hazards his stock in this adventure

    31. The demand for labour, according as it happens to be increasing, stationary, or declining, or to require an increasing, stationary, or declining population, determines the quantities of the necessaries and conveniencies of life which must be given to the labourer; and the money price of labour is determined by what is requisite for purchasing this quantity

    32. It may be laid down as a maxim, that wherever a great deal can be made by the use of money, a great deal will commonly be given for the use of it; and that, wherever little can be made by it, less will commonly he given for it

    33. love to be given a pretext to annexe the Comte’s

    34. should be given custody of the accused

    35. "I wonder if we'll be given the choice to leave

    36. 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

    37. Perfect awareness—having passed the swell of time, I remain in history—looked at as an ass for assuming To communicate what I might—repressing some saving Grace from myself, not knowing if I deserve it—“I would Have it as it is, rather than not have it at all?”—Should A saving grace be given to thieves, tress-passers, Law-breakers—a solution is pain reduction, and life sustenance, Not pride games and social repression—the endorphins Replete of all respect find endurance through pompous Wanderings of the ego in control—the ego who would Take the blame and ends up being the only one to know Its great reward—to hide this scar, to pretend it did not 68

    38. The debtors of such a bank as that whose conduct I have been giving some account of were likely, the greater part of them, to be chimerical projectors, the drawers and redrawers of circulating bills of exchange, who would employ the money in extravagant undertakings, which, with all the assistance that could be given them, they would probably never be able to complete, and which, if they should be completed, would never repay the expense which they had really cost, would never afford a fund capable of maintaining a quantity of labour equal to that which had been employed about them

    39. The common proportion between capital and profit, therefore, would be the same, and consequently the common interest of money; what can commonly be given for the use of money being necessarily regulated by what can commonly be made by the use of it

    40. To which of them so important a preference shall be given, must be determined by some general rule, founded not upon the doubtful distinctions of personal merit, but upon some plain and evident difference which can admit of no dispute

    41. “Yes, Your Majesty?” Nebuchadnezzar proceeded to give Zarko precise instructions to see to it that Darniil be given a house and many gifts and the title of Chief Prefect over all the wise men of the king’s court

    42. He had not even been sure if he would be given audience by the inhabitants

    43. Bounties, it is allowed, ought to be given to those branches of trade only which cannot be carried on without them

    44. 10) The stomach is also a machine and so it should be given rest of atleast one or two meals a week

    45. The unavoidable ignorance of administration, besides, concerning the relative importance of the different members of those different assemblies, the offences which must frequently be given, the blunders which must constantly be committed, in attempting to manage them in this manner, seems to render such a system of management altogether impracticable with regard to them

    46. If information was proven correct, rewards would be given to the citizens, including paid scholarships for students to their next level

    47. The conditions were pretty simple and were as such: Everyone residing on Plot E would be given a marker pen and was required to write stories (of any genre) on HUGE whiteboards found all over that vast piece of land

    48. ’ She really didn’t believe that herself, even though it was true that if anything unfortunate happened to Jannson it would not be given the same attention

    49. Bond must be given that the wool to be carried coast-ways is to be landed at the particular port for which it is entered outwards; and if my part of it is landed without the presence of an officer, not only the forfeiture of the wool is incurred, as in other goods, but the usual additional penalty of 3s

    50. Ideally he would have refrozen them until they could be given a proper burial but in the circumstances laying them side-by-side on the floor of the cryonic store room would have to do

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