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I incline to the latter opinion.
Increase the incline to 5% and acclimate.
The steep incline seemed to end in the sky.
Moshe led the way up the first steep incline.
But he's those devils too which did incline.
The path they followed soon became an incline.
After a one mile down a steep incline in 4 inch.

Street incline that would take them to Church Hill.
At the top of the incline that hemmed the road in.
He started out at an easy pace up the rocky incline.
Amdusias: Also he can cause Trees to bend and incline.
We finish our bicep routine with a set of Seated Incline.
Ash kicked and grabbed as she slid down the steep incline.
The thought of going down the steep incline terrified her.
Ingrid and LP walked up a slight incline, cameras in hand.
What is more, you can set the speed and the incline of the.
Position a block under the front of the table to incline it.
Oxholm continued to lead the mercenaries up the steep incline.
Suddenly, Ruth came charging over a small incline toward them.
Through the windows, he could see the gradual incline of the.
If anything, did not this conduct incline towards the noble?
The incline was the same down which d'Urberville had driven her.
They walked up a steep grass incline overlooking the grey skied.
Incline our hearts unto thy testimonies, and not to covetousness.
In unison with the others he said: O God, incline unto mine aid.
As I trudge up the incline toward the house, I glance back over my.
O God, incline unto mine aid, Godwyn said along with the rest.
Someone’s there, she hissed, scrambling back up the incline.
Near the end of this incline, on the right, was a large, arched door.
Wary, they pressed on, the gradual incline leading to a final crescendo.
Be seated in some special place in privacy, close the door, incline.
The angle of incline should be within the range of 15 and 30 degrees.
What from a distance seemed to be a gentle slope became a steep incline.
The line of men and mules started to scale the incline of the escarpment.
With legs heavy with incipient despair, he started up the modest incline.
Sticking to our past failures shall only incline us to have more failures.
The Beast’s massive shadow drifted on the incline going down, as he turned.
Grimes and the Innkeeper all rolling a barrel of finest brew up the incline.
Upaya raced down the opposite incline, backtracking away from his assailant.
His was the last troop in line as they had charged up the incline to safety.
Gravity is the inclining of material spinning.
Just arrived? she said, inclining her head.
The natural inclining is in the form of the sphere.
Don't mention it, said Samsonov, inclining his head.
He lowered his head closer to her, inclining his ear toward her lips.
Its strata are almost perpendicular, inclining a few degrees to the west.
Yours, all yours, she moaned, inclining her head to offer more of herself.
Once you start to have an inclining, find activities you can participate in to see.
I think you should rather say, It shows itself by inclining the soul to abhor its sin.
I wish you a safe journey, Aazuria said, inclining her head slightly in gratitude.
If I did simply follow my inclining I would do now, at this moment, what is to be done.
Madam, he said, inclining his head toward her, you have my sincere condolences.
Good morning, Miss Steepleton, he responded formally, inclining slightly his head.
Tess saw her three chamber-mates in a row against the wall, pensively inclining their heads.
Madame, I doubt my ability before such an audience, said he, smilingly inclining his head.
She moved forward and slipped her arms around his waist, inclining her head upwards to kiss him.
Why then, when considering that if it is mass that produces an inclining force of contraction as Newton.
Pressing on the ignition button, I glance at a grinning Zachary, my ears inclining to the sound of the engine.
Waves appeared, then a shining energy beam burst forth from his hand in a straight line, inclining only slightly.
RAX had an ugly earnings report and was coming into key support at its inclining 200 day moving average as well as price support.
With their innate malignity they have spurned the fair offer; and constantly inclining to evil 23 have rejected the inestimable rights.
They are silent, but not somber—they smile at the Amity they pass, inclining their heads, a few of them stopping to exchange pleasantries.
The general expressed neither satisfaction nor dissatisfaction at Nekhludoff's request, but, inclining his head to one side, seemed to reflect.
On these two hills, it lies in large strata, inclining, like the mica slate, to the east and northeast, often divided by veins into rhomboidal masses.
Garth, which had of late become more frequent, the increasing ardor of his affection for Mary inclining him the more towards those who belonged to her.
Had there been no inscription, that is to say, no printing the creatures would have stood baffled doing nothing, inclining to nothing and knowing nothing.
You need it after that fellow, he continued, inclining his head towards George who was now engrossed in conversation in the farthest corner of the bar.
Only by performing this communication and reaching this state can the spirit be prevented from inclining to the worldly life and the mean desires that it contains.
Meantime, he had deviated from the straight course, inclining by a sort of instinct to the right, towards the jetty and the harbour, the scene of his daily labours.
It would seem then that there is reason to believe that the future can still have a fruitful outcome after all, Rolf said, inclining his head slightly in a bow to me.
At the north and west base of Saddle Mountain, (E) and at a less elevation than the quartz, are extensive strata of limestone, inclining the same way as the mica slate of the mountain.
Had there been no inscription – that is to say, no printing onto the pages of the spirit – the creatures would have stood around in bafflement, doing nothing, inclining to nothing, and knowing nothing.
Her figure was slight and graceful, inclining even to fragility but those iron jelloids she had been taking of late had done her a world of good much better than the Widow Welch's female pills and she was much better of those discharges she used to get.
They had made their little circuit to the left, and were already inclining again toward the right, having, as Heyward thought, got over nearly half the distance to the friendly works, when his ears were saluted with the fierce summons, apparently within twenty feet of them, of:.
Tess's excitable heart beat against his by way of reply; and there they stood upon the red-brick floor of the entry, the sun slanting in by the window upon his back, as he held her tightly to his breast; upon her inclining face, upon the blue veins of her temple, upon her naked arm, and her neck, and into the depths of her hair.
A tight vessel, cylindrically shaped, was first employed, containing rosin, connected with a small boiler by a pipe which entered near the bottom, and extended nearly its length, having small apertures, over which were two inverted gutters, inclining or sloping upwards over each other; the upper one longer than the other, intended to detain the steam in the rosin, in its way to the surface.
Coming then into my chamber, and seeing me lie alone, with my face turned from the light towards the inside of the bed, he, without more ado, just slipped off his breeches, for the greater ease and enjoyment of the naked touch; and softly turning up my petticoats and shift behind, opened the prospect of the back avenue to the genial seat of pleasure; where, as I lay at my side length, inclining rather face downward, I appeared full fair, and liable to be entered.
The old black, not in any very high glee at having been previously roused from his warm hammock at a most unseasonable hour, came shambling along from his galley, for, like many old blacks, there was something the matter with his knee-pans, which he did not keep well scoured like his other pans; this old Fleece, as they called him, came shuffling and limping along, assisting his step with his tongs, which, after a clumsy fashion, were made of straightened iron hoops; this old Ebony floundered along, and in obedience to the word of command, came to a dead stop on the opposite side of Stubb's sideboard; when, with both hands folded before him, and resting on his two-legged cane, he bowed his arched back still further over, at the same time sideways inclining his head, so as to bring his best ear into play.
My son, if you receive my words, and store my commands within you, inclining your ear to wisdom, and applying your mind to reason; if you appeal to intelligence, and lift up your voice to reason; if you seek her as silver, and search for her as for hidden treasures – then will you understand reverence for the Lord, and will discover the knowledge of God; for the Lord gives wisdom, out of His mouth comes knowledge and reason; He has help in store for the upright, He is a shield to those who walk honestly; He guards the paths of justice, and protects the way of His pious ones; then will you understand rectitude and justice, and will keep to every good course; for when wisdom finds a welcome within you, and knowledge becomes a pleasure to you, discretion will watch over you, reason will guard you – saving you from the way of evil men, from men who use perverse speech; who leave the paths of uprightness, to walk in ways of darkness; who delight in doing evil, exult in wanton wickedness’ who are crooked in all their ways, and tortuous in their paths – saving you from the wife of another, from the adulteress who plies you with smooth words, who forsakes the companion of her youth, and forgets her pledge to God; for her paths lead down to death, and her tracks descend to the Shades; none who go to her come back again, or reach the paths of life – helping you to walk in the way of good men, and to keep to the paths of the righteous; for the upright will live in the land, and the honest will remain in it; while the wicked will be cut off from the land, and the faithless will be rooted out of it.
Through four of these come winds of blessing and prosperity and from those eight come hurtful winds: when they are sent they bring destruction on all the Earth and on the water on it and on all who dwell thereon and on everything which is in the water and on the land; And the first wind from those portals called the east wind comes out through the first portal which is in the east inclining towards the south: from it come out desolation drought heat and destruction; And through the second portal in the middle comes what is fitting and from it there come rain and fruitfulness and prosperity and dew; and through the third portal which lies toward the north come cold and drought; And after these come out the south winds through three portals: through the first portal of them inclining to the east comes out a hot wind; And through the middle portal next to it there come out fragrant smells and dew and rain and prosperity and health; And through the third portal lying to the west come out dew and rain locusts and desolation; And after these the north winds: from the seventh portal in the east come dew and rain locusts and desolation; And from the middle portal come in a direct direction health and rain and dew and prosperity; and through the third portal in the west come cloud and hoar-frost and snow and rain and dew and locusts; And after these four are the west winds: through the first portal adjoining the north come out dew and hoar-frost and cold and snow and frost; And from the middle portal come out dew and rain and prosperity and blessing; and through the last portal which adjoins the south come out drought and desolation and burning and destruction; And the twelve portals of the four quarters of the Heaven are therewith completed and all their laws and all their plagues and all their benefactions have I shown to you my son Methuselah.
If one were so inclined.
We are inclined to ask Mr.
She was inclined to agree.
I am not that way inclined.
Vincy was inclined to take.
She inclined her head to him.
The old man inclined his head.
And I inclined towards her-.
The body will be inclined to.
Guy inclined his head graciously.
Success is sure, if so inclined.
But the call inclined Danny to.
He bowed; she inclined her head.
I’m inclined to believe him.
You’ll be more inclined to see.
Robert inclined his head modestly.
He is inclined to live on credit.
It seemed she inclined towards me.
He inclined his head towards Anna.
Sicarius inclined his head and left.
Jaume inclined his head courteously.
Knowing him, I’m inclined to agree.
He inclined his head toward the throne.
Thaniel was inclined to agree with him.
I was simply inclined to be an activ-.
A man who is inclined to the amelior-.
Tom was inclined to believe the old man.
The mind that is inclined towards God.
I’m inclined to think this woman.
He did not feel inclined to trust her.
At least he was mechanically inclined.
He did not seem overly inclined to help.
He looked, and seemed inclined to linger.
Fortunately, Bisdah was not so inclined.
None of the men seemed inclined to talk.
John Baret inclined his head respectfully.
They are inclined to take risks as it is.
He is more inclined than usual to wander.
He may also be inclined to read the poem.
If he were so inclined, he could help you.
She inclines her head.
He inclines his head, dark eyes starry.
Steep inclines on the sides of the road.
After a long moment she inclines her head.
Kiall is silent a moment then inclines his head.
The weight of authority inclines to the last view.
Our working theory inclines to the second possibility.
You would need to measure terrains and take notes of the inclines and slopes.
The mountain and terrain: steep inclines, loose rocks and boggy, marshy ground.
A fitting end to the eye-opening journey, and with more steps and inclines than Mont Saint-Michel.
That is, the far man whose spirit inclines to this world stands against the right whatever it was obvious.
The difficulties come from the terrain's rough surface and its inclines and the fact that we have to move quickly.
The general trend was always upward, though he ascended and descended the gentle inclines with monotonous regularity.
You won’t have to climb any cliffs, Elmore continued, We can lead you along watercourses at very gentle inclines.
Yet how we appreciate and revere others differs from one spirit to the next, according to what one likes and to what their spirit inclines.
The legs that once propelled him across the steep inclines of Venezuelan mountain valleys and the jungles near Lake Maracaibo wobbled 62.
Suppose that a man sees a fruitful cactus tree and he feels that he has an appetite for one of its fruits and his spirit inclines towards it.
Then he inclines it slowly in acceptance and respect, and I see the tension in Jo’s body ease a little when he acknowledges her as a valued loss.
Charity: The sacrificing love of Christ that a Christian has toward God; a Christ like disposition of heart that inclines one Christian to think favorably on another.
According to this perception or this content, the spirit asks the thought to search for the reasons in order to rationalize for it what it believes in and inclines to.
So, none can avail himself of or learn from this demonstration which God sent to us save that whose spirit inclines to follow the straight path and he wills to be upright.
And the other principle, which inclines us to recollection of our troubles and to lamentation, and can never have enough of them, we may call irrational, useless, and cowardly?
The magicians and their masters the devils have always been aware of these spiritual rules, and know that an appreciative spirit inclines to and follows the manner of a spirit that is superior to it in the fields of its whims and habits.
This generation inclines a little to congratulate itself on being the last of an illustrious line; and in Boston and London and Paris and Rome, thinking of its long descent, it speaks of its progress in art and science and literature with satisfaction.
He hiked deep into the northwest woods, climbed up steep mountain inclines, and scrambled over jumbles of fallen trees, hauling with him a chainsaw, a peavey, a splitting maul, and assorted iron wedges jammed into his pockets, in search of salvageable wood.
He oppresses the weak who are under his leadership (his brothers, his students, or his workers), and inclines to harm all of the animals, especially cats, just to oppose God’s messenger’s direction (cpth): Be kind and generous with the cat (the male and the female).
But this appreciating and revering of the others differs from one spirit to another according to what one likes and his spirit inclines to, for some spirits magnify others for their science and knowledge, their possession and authority, their perfection and noble morals, or for other regards.
If any one is desirous of carrying out in detail the Platonic education of after-life, some such counsels as the following may be offered to him:-- That he shall choose the branch of knowledge to which his own mind most distinctly inclines, and in which he takes the greatest delight, either one which seems to connect with his own daily employment, or, perhaps, furnishes the greatest contrast to it.

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