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    1. We should see that equitable distribution takes place between our children, as far as possible well before we leave this world

    2. therefore, is in favour of the workmen, it is always just and equitable; but it is sometimes

    3. No law, therefore, could be more equitable than the act of parliament, so unjustly complained of in the colonies, which declared, that no paper currency to be emitted there in time coming, should be a legal tender of payment

    4. The equitable regard, therefore, to his interest, requires that changes of this kind should never be introduced suddenly, but slowly, gradually, and after a very long warning

    5. It seems scarce possible to invent a more equitable way of maintaining such works

    6. It seems impossible to imagine a more equitable method of raising a tax

    7. A tax upon the rent of land, which varies with every variation of the rent, or which rises and falls according to the improvement or neglect of cultivation, is recommended by that sect of men of letters in France, who call themselves the economists, as the most equitable of all taxes

    8. When the proprietor cultivates his own lands, they are valued according to an equitable estimation, and he is allowed a deduction of one-fifth of the tax; so that for such land he pays only eight instead of ten per cent

    9. When the landlord chose to occupy himself a part of his own lands, the rent might be valued according to an equitable arbitration of the farmers and landlords in the neighbourhood, and a moderate abatement of the tax might be granted to him, in the same manner as in the Venetian territory, provided the rent of the lands which he occupied did not exceed a certain sum

    10. In all the variations of the state of the society, in the improvement and in the declension of agriculture ; in all the variations in the value of silver, and in all those in the standard of the coin, a tax of this kind would, of its own accord, and without any attention of government, readily suit itself to the actual situation of things, and would be equally just and equitable in all those different changes

    11. Houses inhabited by the proprietor ought to be rated, not according to the expense which they might have cost in building, but according to the rent which an equitable arbitration might judge them likely to bring if leased to a tenant

    12. It is difficult to imagine any equitable reason, why those who either brew or distil for private use should not be subject to a composition of the same kind

    13. The lands in America might be assessed either in the same manner, or acording to an equitable valuation, in consequence of an accurate survey, like that which was lately made in the Milanese, and in the dominions of Austria, Prussia, and Sardinia

    14. He supports San José legislators who labor on a bill that, if enacted, will require equitable distribution of tax revenues among all the provinces

    15. And it will ever be impossible for men to establish rules and regulations applicable equally to all these problems of the equitable distribution of wealth

    16. His job was to oversee the transition and to direct committees and groups that would facilitate the change to a more equitable system

    17. The higher you go up the corporate ladder the smaller the number of jobs are made available if searching for a new equitable position

    18. I have prepared an org chart that divides responsibilities in an equitable fashion based on our relative skills

    19. The truth of the matter is that much of this could have been avoided if there were an equitable system of taxation – what we have today is much too complicated, favoring the rich with their high priced lawyer thieves

    20. The mission of the Massachusetts Avenue Project is to nurture the growth of a diverse and equitable local food system and promote local economic opportunities, access to affordable, nutritious food and social change education

    21. discussing ways to consummate the merger, the companies decide that the most equitable

    22. we believe that the CAPM offers the most equitable method for most firms because of the

    23. preponderant, and the others will not contribute an equitable share of the variation

    24. concession, they gained more equitable balance

    25. The issue under consideration is not personal character, but rather equitable wealth distribution according to one’s productive labor

    26. Sometimes additional regulations are required to promote fair trade practices and equitable wealth distribution

    27. But people can elevate cooperation and mutual benefit by adopting these changes essential to equitable governance and culture:

    28. This commercialization agenda we see here suggest that they are entrenched in a consumer society and, as you recall from history, it is practically impossible for a materialistic society to expand continuously, providing every citizen with an equitable level of material comfort

    29. meeting their needs and as being just and equitable in objective can hope to

    30. · A character that is equitable, reasonable, forbearing, moderate, fair and considerate

    31. Maybe, I too had taken Anand for granted as I didn’t think overmuch about an equitable raise for his value addition to my ever expanding business; but it was Anitha’s equanimity in dealing with Ruma that showed me the reality of life; it’s one that lowers oneself but not others

    32. Is it not time for WE THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, nearly sixty years after our fathers, or be it grandfathers had adopted the constitution, to factor the new realities into a more equitable document? After all, isn’t the level playing field the theme song of the world today? And the Hindu emotional grievance is that they are denied just that in the religious plane in the country that their forbearers made their own before all else’

    33. But what if we voted the public ideal, the collective needs, equitable dreams, freedom of becoming, and a liberating ethic of love as the means and care as the ends?

    34. The goal of all this wealth production and power consolidation was not a sustainable and equitable world, but an escape economy: exploitation and dedication of all resources to either survive the purposefully induced ecoecon collapse, or the construction of the necessary technology to travel to, inhabit, and construct a Nu Earth

    35. That is, they solve the problem of the equality of rights and equitable distribution of resources once and for all

    36. Which means, 'What hurts my pocketbook the least?' This assures that Money will always out vote people and that governments will forever be limited to regulating markets rather than liberated to instituting equitable distribution

    37. beneficiary in a manner that is equitable, having due re-

    38. Deciding he had to call Vinnie out and meet him on more equitable terms, he muttered under his breath, “You’re still playing with a stacked deck

    39. The advent of Buddhism affected this shift, as well as an equitable climate permitting a variety of fruit, vegetables, and grains to be grown throughout the year

    40. Insurance is the equitable transfer of the risk of a loss, from one entity to

    41. They may be involved in the few communities where their own factories are situated: but that in no way comes close to any equitable sharing of wealth or profit with their consumer-base where the money actually comes from

    42. Did she not know that people rarely change and that relationships climb to an apex and dip to an endurable habit or an unendurable hell? Let me warn you right now, I shall probably be throwing much, if not most, of the blame on Angela but, I am sure, a psychoanalyst of the caliber of Dr Fatthi will form his own equitable estimation; his own point of view

    43. But in stark contradiction to these messages inciting fear, pain and suffering through the infliction of physical maiming and the command for revenge and equitable retribution, we read in the gospel of Matthew Jesus’ definitive redefining of past religious rules and laws espoused throughout the writings of the Old Testament;

    44. Call them after their fathers; that is more equitable with God

    45. It was only an equitable procedure

    46. I venture, then, to set it down as a much-needed gain on the side even of terror, that, under this view of God’s dealings with wicked men, retribution may be heartily believed in, in its gradations and equitable proportions; and none will see better reason to fear it than those hardened men and women of fashion and ability who now confidently fling every threatening of hell behind their backs

    47. parent and equitable manner was a sound and rational decision but the manner in

    48. "It is a science," said Don Quixote, "that comprehends in itself all or most of the sciences in the world, for he who professes it must be a jurist, and must know the rules of justice, distributive and equitable, so as to give to each one what belongs to him and is due to him

    49. fortune has for once been equitable, but has she not still on the plains of Metidja, or in the

    50. It was based on a bill they had proposed the year before, the Equitable Health Care for Severe Mental Illnesses Act, which had never made it out of conference

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    equitable just fair equal impartial