Oraciones con la palabra "expend"

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  1. If the more energy they expend.
  2. They should expend time, effort.
  3. If he wanted to harm us, why expend.
  4. Want to expend more energy you need more.
  5. He needed something to expend his nervous energy.

  6. If she did, Laura would have to expend precious time finding her.
  7. Why should any organization expend billions of dollars to build a.
  8. We need to expend as few of our resources as possible, Wren said.
  9. They have no enemies on the surface and therefore see no need to expend.
  10. He was like pushing against a wall and allowed him to expend less energy than me.
  11. I can assume that I don’t need to expend any more energy convincing you of that.
  12. Freedom is the capacity to expend energy in excess to the needs of transient survival.
  13. To fully appreciate why the Romans would expend such extensive effort to steal from one.
  15. So it was that the crew sat about listlessly, trying to expend as little energy as possible.

  16. Letting Jazzy outdoors where she could expend her abundant energy was not an option either.
  17. Before you spend the money for software and expend the time and energy to track and document.
  18. Before he could expend, a Spooky pilot had to have clearance from 7th Air Force, the regional U.
  19. And, the pursuit of a beauty can cause men to expend all of their resources to capture her heart.
  20. We will not expend valuable resources just to be eventually evicted on the whims of a versatile king.
  21. It is hardly to be expected that individuals will expend all these merely to see the right thing done.
  22. Capitalists expend a part of their capital on educational, artistic, philanthropic, and other public institutions.
  23. Olin said, You must realize that we will of necessity expend a significant number of billable hours on this task.
  24. The guys had to expend because they were low on fuel and didn't want to drop unexpended ordnance over the jettison area.
  25. Another ethically contentious facet of Bitcoin is that miners expend enormous amounts of energy when mining for bitcoins.

  26. Furthermore, these areas tend to expend a lot of stored-up energy and we do not often see strong moves out of these patterns.
  27. Capitalists expend a portion of their wealth on educational, artistic, and philanthropic institutions for the public benefit.
  28. Sticking with our diet book example, there's only one way to lose weight, and that's to take in fewer calories than you expend.
  29. Using the excuse of parliamentary duty he proceeded to expend his energies and good looks on the fleshpots of London and Europe.
  30. Just the thought of knowing that there was a potentially fatal disease lurking inside him, managed to expend his daily energies.
  31. Insurrection, which is speedily exhausted, has only a certain number of shots to fire and a certain number of combatants to expend.
  32. Part of the remainder she was obliged to expend in winter clothing, leaving only a nominal sum for the whole inclement season at hand.
  33. I particularly like the fact that the attacking battleship will expend much of its store of munitions beating up on an inert asteroid.
  34. There was no term of abuse known to the Huron vocabulary that the disappointed women did not lavishly expend on the successful stranger.
  35. Once you decide on a catered wedding you have to be prepared to expend lots of time and money in getting the best catering service available.
  36. The higher you go, the more focus you will need, the more energy you will expend and the more results and benefits you can expect to achieve.
  37. However, we need to extract and expend more energy—and use more information and technologies—than they did, just to achieve identical goals.
  38. By moving them into extension headers, the intermediate systems don’t have to expend the time and processor clock cycles needed to process them.
  39. McKee opposed the passage of the bill, on the ground that the President has no authority to expend the public money in gratuitous grants to individuals.
  40. Sir, I will not consent to waste one drop of pure American blood, nor to expend a single dollar, to protect, on the high seas, all the vagabonds of Europe.
  41. All work to the extreme bounds of their strength, and expend in this toil, not only the entire stock of their scanty nourishment, but all their previous stock.
  42. They still could regroup and attack again, but their losses were very heavy around the Philippines and I doubt that they will expend more forces to try taking it again.
  43. We left him standing with his back to the fire watching us go up the stairs, holding almost tenderly, for one must expend one's sympathy on something, a glass of hot water.
  44. Scarlett was in a furious temper and did not scruple to expend it on Hugh, for she had just received an order for a bargaining to get that order and now the mill was quiet.
  45. The bank also stated that it expected to expend up to $975 million toward the development of such projects, excluding capitalized interest, over a period of 10 to 20 years.
  46. If the more energy they expend, the less interesting their experiences are… they stop expending energy because it is a waste of energy and become lazy, do not move-think-feel.
  47. Both, however, may be said to expend mechanical energy, and we may therefore decide to associate expenditure of energy with effort, although it is immediately strange, and per-.
  48. There grief might freely expend itself without being disturbed by the trifling loungers who came from a picnic party to visit Pere-la-Chaise, or by lovers who make it their rendezvous.
  49. When you eat protein, your body has to expend a lot of calories in digestion—about 25 calories for every 100 calories you eat (compared with only 10 to 15 calories for fats and carbs).
  50. Morrel, in a corner of the carriage, allowed his brother-in-law's gayety to expend itself in words, while he felt equal inward joy, which, however, betrayed itself only in his countenance.
  51. Because the domain controllers are all located on the same site, they are assumed to be well connected, and the KCC is willing to expend network bandwidth in the interest of replication speed.
  52. There are two other points to consider on this chart: First, penetrations of levels before the breakout usually seem to expend some of the energy behind the breakout, and often lead to poor trades.
  53. Major Grausmyn, Company A’s CO, had learned to give Crahnstyn his head, although he did like to suggest certain areas—tactfully of course—in which he might like the corporal to expend his efforts.
  54. Making up a series of supposed current events around which to begin the story would take much time and imaginative energy—I’d rather expend those on the more important subject of what can come next.
  55. We expend vast amounts of energy to convert iron ore, rusty rock if you will, to pure iron by driving out the oxygen and immediately after that water works to recombine the iron with oxygen to reform rust.
  56. All they do is expend fuel driving past smoldering cottages and chewed-up artillery pieces and unmarked graves, while Volkheimer passes his giant hand over his close-cropped head, growing more uneasy by the day.
  57. My point is this: If you give yourself enough time and expend sufficient effort while focusing on the process of exercising instead of obsessing about the desired outcome, you will achieve the results you desire.
  58. The Company is contractually obligated to expend the marketing and reservation fees it collects from franchisees in accordance with the franchise agreements; as such, no income or loss to the Company is generated.
  59. You make me think of those quite numerous husbands who fall in love with their wives because they are just what they are, and after marriage expend their energies training them into something absolutely different.
  60. But the scout, after suffering the ardor of the lover to expend itself a little, found means to convince him of the folly of precipitation, in a manner that would require their coolest judgment and utmost fortitude.
  61. He had satisfied his mind that they had engaged in this business unknowingly and unwillingly—and, what was now asked of the Government? That they should expend large sums of money for the purpose of buying them out? No.
  62. Now, rather than expend the valuable resources necessary to secure the precious icons and good luck charms desired by so many, they could be produced locally and eventually became a source of added wealth for the community.
  63. The more interesting experiences they have, then they expend more energy, experience more interesting things that make them feel more Pure Wonder… and this energizes their life-energy so they can become more active, and think-feel-do more things.
  64. He chose Bagantoff to expend his wrath upon, first, not me! He jumped out of bed and fussed over the hot plates, to divert his mind from murder perhaps—from the knife to charity! Perhaps he tried to save both himself and me by his hot plates!.
  65. I have no idea what they're talking about, what deal? I knew Chris had a deal coming together with my father selling his shares to Chris, so 'Howards Businesses' could increase more jobs and expend but I thought that was just with Dad not Granddad as well.
  66. He fancied that they buried the dead at the Chateau d'If, and imagining they would not expend much labor on the grave of a prisoner, he calculated on raising the earth with his shoulders, but unfortunately their arrangements at the Chateau frustrated his projects.
  67. Nay, sir, it is better to expend the thirty millions of dollars (even if that sum was necessary) so repeatedly spoken of on the other side of the House as the cost of the war for two years, to accomplish our object, than to expend the same sum in five years, even if we could effect our object with equal certainty.
  68. Occupying in society the rôle of amusers of the rich, they lose their sense of human dignity, and develop in themselves such a passion for public applause that they are always a prey to an inflated and unsatisfied vanity which grows in them to diseased dimensions, and they expend their mental strength in efforts to obtain satisfaction for this passion.
  69. The municipal governments of all those cities in which our sailors were ordered to stay set aside vast sums, averaging more than one hundred thousand roubles, for the arrangement of all kinds of festivities and amusements, and expressed their willingness to expend even greater sums, as much as should be needed, provided the welcome and the celebrations should be as magnificent as possible.
  70. Then, after dinner, on the pretext of business, he questioned the father and son upon their mode of living; and the father and son, previously informed that it was through Danglars the one was to receive his 48,000 francs and the other 50,000 livres annually, were so full of affability that they would have shaken hands even with the banker's servants, so much did their gratitude need an object to expend itself upon.
  71. Only when art has attained to that, will art neither divert nor deprave men as it does now, calling on them to expend their best strength on it, but be what it should be,—a vehicle wherewith to transmit religious, Christian perception from the realm of reason and intellect into that of feeling, and really drawing people in actual life nearer to that perfection and unity indicated to them by their religious perception.
  72. And where is your authority, where is your right to go home, invade, and break into a foreign territory, and there establish a slaughter-house for the brave sons of America; there spill your blood, and expend your treasure, destroy cities, and demolish houses, plunder the inhabitants, and waste the substance of the industrious and the innocent? Sir, there is no right but a Napoleon right, and that right is power, and not that which reason approves.
  73. Why, sir, do you think the merchants will believe that you really intend to go to war? And, if they doubt upon this subject, do you suppose they will be so regardless of their own interests as to expend their capital in fitting out privateers, when no absolute certainty exists that war is your object, or your serious intention? It would, certainly, be an object of no inconsiderable moment to have privateers prepared to harass and disturb the commerce of Great Britain in the event of war.
  74. To feel compassion for the souls of nations whom we have never beheld, from whom we are divided by the diameter of the globe, who are physically and morally our antipodes, and therefore with whose natural character we have the faintest sympathy,—to expend thought, effort, and considerable property in furthering the interest of those unknown nations in a world which is still more completely invisible and unknown,—requires a depth of conviction, a strength of principle, an elevation of spirit, wholly foreign to human nature, and neither to be produced nor sustained except by the direct action of the Spirit of God.
  75. Rare birds, retaining their most brilliant plumage, enormous fish, spread upon massive silver dishes, together with every wine produced in the Archipelago, Asia Minor, or the Cape, sparkling in bottles, whose grotesque shape seemed to give an additional flavor to the draught,—all these, like one of the displays with which Apicius of old gratified his guests, passed in review before the eyes of the astonished Parisians, who understood that it was possible to expend a thousand louis upon a dinner for ten persons, but only on the condition of eating pearls, like Cleopatra, or drinking refined gold, like Lorenzo de' Medici.
  76. What, then, will be the outcome of a few eccentric individuals, or madmen, tilling the soil, making shoes, and so on, instead of smoking cigarettes, playing whist, and roaming about everywhere to relieve their tedium, during the space of the ten leisure hours a day which every intellectual worker enjoys? This will be the outcome: that these madmen will show in action, that that imaginary property for which men suffer, and for which they torment themselves and others, is not necessary for happiness; that it is oppressive, and that it is mere superstition; that property, true property, consists only in one’s own head and hands; and that, in order to actually exploit this real property with profit and pleasure, it is necessary to reject the false conception of property outside one’s own body, upon which we expend the best efforts of our lives.
  77. As to expend your time with us awhile,.
  1. That is what we call ease after expending energy.
  2. The result of expending the energy in the fat cells would mean the.
  3. It was so far away that expending the flares and dye was questionable.
  4. That also causes both corals to lose in a situation like that since they are expending.
  5. She did a quick sum in her head and realised that she would be expending a lot of money.
  6. They know nothing of border conditions, and are averse to expending any more money in this direction.
  7. What sense is there is expending precious energy doing anything? Unless you have a good reason for it.
  8. Not that I could help doing so, given the immense magnitude of the psionic energy he is expending.
  9. He had persisted for three years, expending in these explorations the little money which he had laid by.
  10. So we are expending more and more energy, and running faster and faster, just to stay in the same place.
  11. All of which explained the sweat and worry he was expending over the new Emeraldian ammunition manufactories.
  12. The instructors inspected everything Avi turned in and verified that Avi was expending the proper amount of effort.
  13. If the situation is not worth expending more time and effort, you probably should either abandon the task or try an easier task.
  14. At the beginning of your recovery, you should only use 50 per cent of the energy you are capable of expending before you become tired.
  15. She had to keep reminding herself that she was using forty-eight weapons grade lasers and that maybe she did not need as much power as she was expending.
  16. And the whale soon ceasing to sound, for some time they remained in that attitude, fearful of expending more line, though the position was a little ticklish.
  17. Sparks spanged and ricocheted as the jacketed bullets hit metallic parts and bounced around, expending their considerable kinetic energy in creating mechanical mayhem.
  18. If the more energy they expend, the less interesting their experiences are… they stop expending energy because it is a waste of energy and become lazy, do not move-think-feel.
  19. He had also fought with his own brothers for a vain imperial crown that was now next to meaningless, expending much time and resources on that quest rather than on his own people.
  20. In the mode of collecting and in that of expending the public revenue, though in both there may be still room for improvement, Great Britain seems to be at least as economical as any of her neighbours.
  21. Perhaps the enemy was expending his powers on the scribe and had less time for other battles? She hoped so, especially as Simon Hartstongue appeared to have abilities greater than they’d credited him with.
  22. You should always check very carefully how you're expending your energy: will it make you happy or not? That's a big responsibility, don't you think? It's your choice: the path of wisdom or the path of ignorance.
  23. His equally hard glare at the Patriarch with eyes like fiery pinpricks of unyielding light, indicated that he was expending huge amounts of patience and self-restrain in order for him not to lunge at the Patriarch right then and there.
  24. In the Pacific in the summer of 1945, with the United States expending her atomic arsenal against Germany and Stalin free to transfer his armies from the German to the Japanese front, the Red Army would have invaded the northern Japanese home islands.
  25. It had one drawback, however, which was calculated to reconcile his victims to their losses: Though he could for a time have all his needs supplied without expending either labor or money, there was always the possibility of his methods being discovered; and this result was sure to be followed by a long term of imprisonment.
  26. I can‘t help wondering whether free enterprise isn‘t better suited for the demands of energetically robust societies rather than thoroughly exhausted ones content on living off their remaining capital; expending what little energy is left on meeting the custodial requirements of its aging populations rather than the urgent requirements of its younger citizens.
  27. But the American Missionary Association of New York City, the almoner of funds received from the Congregational churches of the United States, has already, since the war, disbursed more money in the South for educational purposes than the entire gift of George Peabody, and is expending for the prosecution of the same work, every year, more than twice as much as the interest of the Peabody Fund.
  28. This is so out of character for them that it seems almost impossible, but apparently they even assist in the most mundane and distasteful of labors with as much stoic military discipline as any commander could ask! Imagine Dark Dragons expending their flame in flaring latrine pits! I would have thought that any of them would gladly die before submitting to such malodorous drudgery, but our witnesses have seen it with their own eyes, and reported that it was accomplished with no more griping and complaint than one would expect from any other soldiers!.
  1. I expended a lot of energy.
  2. Sighs were expended on the wish.
  3. The time expended hath been thus;.
  4. They expended great effort over a very long.
  5. I’ve gone to great lengths and expended much.
  6. Their eloquence and ingenuity were expended in vain.
  7. They had expended all their missiles on the first one.
  8. Conversely, others have expended great effort over the.
  9. I will most gladly spend and be expended for your souls.
  10. The fire was out of the bamboo tubes and he was expended.
  11. The squeals stopped to indicate the minelets were expended.
  12. The more effort expended, the more results you can expect.
  13. FDBs have expended a fair amount of energy and wouldn't mind.
  14. She expended all her best efforts to search for that stranger.
  15. On this character the author had expended much thought and care.
  16. We have expended very little of our munitions in that skirmish.
  17. All wasted energy that should have been expended somewhere else.
  18. When he was done, he had expended all his strength and was sweating.
  19. Worst of all, the energy expended on this work was not simply wasted.
  20. As far as all but her husband knew, his ardor was expended unrequitedly.
  21. After he pushed, he discovered that the both of them had long expended.
  22. Every summer a great quantity of ochre was expended in brightening it up.
  23. We save 440/574 or 77% in gas expended for the average commute per average.
  24. They expended great efforts over the centuries in the hopes of preventing.
  25. Energies expended by the medical care team on end-of-life patients in the.
  26. But all profit that is out of proportion to the labor expended is dishonest.
  27. Patiently listening until Bingham had expended his venom, Stacey calmly spoke.
  28. Approximately half the total energy of the explosion is expended in this way.
  29. Prana is expended by thinking, willing, acting, moving, talking, writing and so on.
  30. Tony was going crazy and he had expended all the company money on social projects.
  31. They have expended time, money, and health to rear you, and make you what you are.
  32. Since that time it has expended between $3,500,000 and $4,000,000, ninety per cent.
  33. They walked back toward the house, today's ten practice rounds having been expended.
  34. When the momentum was finally expended, he slowly rose to his feet, bruised and beaten.
  35. The building-rent is the interest or profit of the capital expended in building the house.
  36. Of these, that of Washington alone has cost nearly one-half of the sum expended on them all.
  37. And we would like to have the missiles we expended in your defense replaced, Greg said.
  38. Tracker, am I correct that we have expended all the exterior mounted missiles? Wren asked.
  39. We also expended a total of only 90 tons of bombs and sixteen torpedoes to sink those warships.
  40. Africans (Men of Belial) has expended thousands of years of great effort, force, deception, and.
  41. When the energy was expended, Simon saw that he was not finished and realized what he had to do.
  42. Everyone tried their best to help him, even expended their vital energies to aid him in recovery.
  43. Tracker had expended all his missiles, but most of the other ships still had workable inventories.
  44. Yet, for some reason, this race did not claim the planet that so much time and effort was expended on.
  45. Early on, I could see how flawed you were, but with all the time and energy expended by myself and Dr.
  46. They charged a huge fee and sat back, expended a minimal amount of effort while I did most of the work.
  47. Was this the church of the martyrs whose physical life had already been expended on behalf of fidelity?
  48. If the man knows the odds and believes that his life is being expended foolishly, he should have recourse.
  49. Experts claimed that more energy would be expended during the mining of it, than would be extracted from it.
  50. So much effort has been expended trying to create the perfect formula, but no formula has been proven to work.
  51. The greater the performance required the greater the fuel quantity expended to overcome the partial clogging.
  52. All the time I expended in Mike’s front office doing copying and faxing kept me away from Maria’s clutches.
  53. There were in all six thousand piastres, but of these six thousand Albert had already expended three thousand.
  54. To see walnuts in your dream indicate that too much mental activity is being expended towards a task at hand.
  55. She thinks her talents are better expended in the hospital than in the strip club with me, Visola grumbled.
  56. And even as expended as she was, her power recovers quickly as well, more quickly than I ever would have guessed.
  57. She remembered she had expended much effort to repair this ship till her beautiful hands were covered with blisters.
  58. A full examination of it would, I feel convinced, entirely reconcile us to the great amount apparently expended here.
  59. If he expended energy enough to bring peace and steadiness here, he would not have strength left to bring the boy back.
  60. There was a great deal of consternation over the slope of her neck, and real love was expended on designing her hairline.
  61. The time and resources you expended to make war during your own history, we used to develop our social and artistic skills.
  62. Mark did, and he kept trying with fierce concentration till he had slowly expended three deep lungfuls of air with his humming.
  63. Exactly, my friends, a bridge! It is not for nothing that I expended an hour last night in focusing my mind upon the situation.
  64. And as the prasadam they partook expended itself to energize their interaction, they got up to go to Shanti Sadan for rejuvenation.
  65. However, this argument does not take into account the massive costs that are expended by our existing financial system for security.
  66. Millions are expended on the encouragement of art, and the products of this art are both incomprehensible and useless to the people.
  67. But the girl went into the hall bathroom and closed the door as Laura expended another shot, hoping to hit the girl through the wood.
  68. If you decide to face yourself in the next moment, that moment is expended with growth which was supposed to have happened in the last.
  69. Accidental riches should be regarded somewhat in the light of a trust to be expended for the benefit of one's social or economic group.
  70. Happiness is denied to you and all of your efforts should be expended in therapy to repair the worst of the damage, before you can go on.
  71. The more one struggles against the crimson runes, the stronger they grow, feeding off the energy expended in the victim’s effort to escape.
  72. But I think she would reject that method, and amuse herself by blasting and scattering you repeatedly until the curse was completely expended.
  73. But to incite an energy of feeling which corresponds to neither the time nor the place, and is expended in nothing, cannot fail to act dangerously.
  74. Once all ordnance is expended, then our planes will come back to Henderson Field, rearm and refuel as quickly as possible and launch a second strike.
  75. In the end, I was left feeling bad about having expended energy on a story that didn’t air, and also feeling guilty for having been needlessly salty.
  76. In the conventional workplace, more effort expended, more time spent, is generally a good thing and we can reasonably expect to be rewarded for hard work.
  77. This expended moment had the potential of growth that could have built upon the growth which was supposed to have occurred in the last moment (see table 1).
  78. BACK IN THE hotel, there was a hubbub of noise as the candidates helped themselves to lunch, replacing some of the calories they'd expended on the ski slope.
  79. The Futurist was not an especially ornate place, although a great deal of money had evidently been expended in fitting it up to attract a recherche clientele.
  80. The 3PDh model is one of those few methods that will yield results to the beginner and continue yielding as more effort is expended on the part of the student.
  81. But Napoleon with his long experience of war well knew the meaning of a battle not gained by the attacking side in eight hours, after all efforts had been expended.
  82. Gavroche balanced on his heels, clenched both fists in his pockets, moved his neck around like a bird, expended in a gigantic pout all the sagacity of his lower lip.
  83. Bus mastering NICs enable the computer to operate more efficiently because they conserve the processor clock cycles that would otherwise be expended in data transfers.
  84. What if I am wrong? If I say there is a threat and we build our defenses against an attack that never comes, we have expended resources we could have diverted to other uses.
  85. Alilia is not charging the curse continuously, so once the power she gave it is expended, the curse itself will be gone, and you will be as vulnerable to death as any others.
  86. Too many of the P-38 pilots had also expended way too much ammunition for little results, leaving her in the end with only nine other P-38s able to follow her for a second intercept.
  87. Additional ammunition had come forward, and they’d expended less of it taking Esthyr’s Abbey than he’d allowed for, yet the new cartridges remained in less than bountiful supply.
  88. But Uncas arose from the blow, as the wounded panther turns upon his foe, and struck the murderer of Cora to his feet, by an effort in which the last of his failing strength was expended.
  89. It is difficult to believe, moreover, that the sum of $600,000 could have been expended for this purpose by Park and Tilford in the three months between September 30 and December 31, 1929.
  90. In the lower animals all the energy of life is expended in life-maintenance and race-maintenance; in man, however, there remains, after these needs are satisfied, some superfluous strength.
  91. What Bennie knew, and most Israeli citizens didn’t, was that after a year of war the reserves of expensive Iron Dome defensive missiles, at 50,000 dollars a copy, had all but been expended.
  92. Armed only with their lasers, having expended the last of their missiles on the battleship, they pummeled the troop ship with all twelve of their lasers until they finally detonated the reactor.
  93. So, he turned his back on his victim who was lying there seriously injured and began to stagger back towards the city, for the effort expended in downing his opponent had temporarily weakened him.
  94. An art committee decides, from time to time, what new artistio feature is to be introduced, or what hideous feature is to be changed, and as the revenues accrue, they are expended in this direction.
  95. Yamamoto knew then that more carrier-borne fighters were on standby, ready to replace those 23 ZEROs if they became low on fuel or expended their ammunition during a possible attack by the Americans.
  96. Even though valuable time and effort is expended in studying sentence structure in school, only a tiny percentage of the population knows the difference between irregular verbs and regular conjugations.
  97. More effort had been expended on the dugouts threaded along the trenches, but that was mainly because they also served as snugger, better-insulated barracks for the infantry companies assigned to man them.
  98. He was yet speaking, when a crashing sound was heard, and a cannon-ball entered the thicket, striking the body of a sapling, and rebounding to the earth, its force being much expended by previous resistance.
  99. Hence nearly all the cost of such “flush production” must be written off in a single fiscal period, and most of the “earnings” from this source are in reality a return of the capital expended thereon.
  100. Helping in late evening the mothers to put their children to bed for the night, Jeanne thought on looking at the sixteen boys and girls that simply doing this made all her efforts expended in this mission worthy.
  1. The body constantly expends energy and uses up a lot of vital nutrients to neutralize and eliminate these harmful substances.
  2. When the population suffers, when work is lacking, when there is no commerce, the tax-payer resists imposts through penury, he exhausts and oversteps his respite, and the state expends a great deal of money in the charges for compelling and collection.
  3. The Bible expends one chapter on the final setting of the earth in order as man’s abode, the last of the animal ascending series, the first of the sub-angelic, and two chapters on his loss of eternal life by sin; and then adheres closely to man's work and business under the sun, his history, his destiny, throughout its remaining pages.

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