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    1. Obliterate that and then claim some land for themselves, plant their seed and begin their advance across the planet, as they had done across Asia in the preceding centuries

    2. contained in the preceding verses, Adam and Eve both sinned, but Adam was not

    3. She remembered the preceding Nightday and realized that exercise wasn't what she wanted

    4. frequently as James and Thomas over the preceding days,

    5. How far this invention has restored that free circulation of labour, which the preceding

    6. But in the twelve years preceding 1764 including that year, the average price of the same measure of the best wheat at the same market was £ 2:1:9½d

    7. In the first twelve years of the last century, therefore, wheat appears to have been a good deal cheaper, and butcher's meat a good deal dearer, than in the twelve years preceding 1764, including that year

    8. It therefore ordains, that all servants and labourers should, for the future, be contented with the same wages and liveries (liveries in those times signified not only clothes, but provisions) which they had been accustomed to receive in the 20th year of the king, and the four preceding years; that, upon this account, their livery-wheat should nowhere be estimated higher than tenpence a-bushel, and that it should always be in the option of the master to deliver them either the wheat or the money

    9. But in the manuscripts from which all the different editions of the statutes, preceding that of Mr Ruffhead, were printed, the copiers had never transcribed this regulation beyond the price of twelve shillings

    10. (the average price of the sixteen years preceding 1637 is £ 3:5s

    11. cheaper than it had been during the sixty-four last years of the last century; and about nine shillings and sixpence cheaper than it had been during the sixteen years preceding 1636, when the discovery of the abundant mines of America may be supposed to have produced its full effect ; and about one shilling cheaper than it had been in the twenty-six years preceding 1620, before that discovery can well be supposed to have produced its full effect

    12. In 1749, accordingly, Mr Pelham, at that time prime minister, observed to the house of commons, that, for the three years preceding, a very extraordinary sum had been paid as bounty for the exportation of corn

    13. He will find there, too, the particular account of the preceding ten years, of which the average is likewise below, though not so much below, the general average of the sixty-four first years of the century

    14. These twenty years preceding 1750 may very well be set in opposition to the twenty preceding 1770

    15. As to the price of corn itself, it has, during the sixty-four first years of the present century, and before the late extraordinary course of bad seasons, been somewhat lower than it was during the sixty-four last years of the preceding century

    16. This diminution of price has, in the course of the present and preceding century, been most remarkable in those manufactures of which the materials are the coarser metals

    17. Only the new reality exists, the preceding one is wholly obliterated

    18. Isn't life a perpetual conflict, anyway? (Those appalled by my views on life should revisit the preceding pages of this book)

    19. To reduce very much the number of his servants, to reform his table from great profusion to great frugality, to lay down his equipage after he has once set it up, are changes which cannot escape the observation of his neighbours, and which are supposed to imply some acknowledgment of preceding bad conduct

    20. In Europe, for example, it is supposed, without much foundation, perhaps, that during the course of the present and preceding century, they have been constantly, but gradually, sinking in their value, on account of the continual importations from the Spanish West Indies

    21. The first exploit of every new reign was commonly to seize the treasure of the preceding king, as the most essential measure for securing the succession

    22. The capricious ambition of kings and ministers has not, during the present and the preceding century, been more fatal to the repose of Europe, than the impertinent jealousy of merchants and manufacturers

    23. Whoever examines, with attention, the history of the dearths and famines which have afflicted any part of Europe during either the course of the present or that of the two preceding centuries, of several of which we have pretty exact accounts, will find, I believe, that a dearth never has arisen from any combination among the inland dealers in corn, nor from any other cause but a real scarcity, occasioned sometimes, perhaps, and in some particular places, by the waste of war, but in by far the greatest number of cases by the fault of the seasons; and that a famine has never arisen from any other cause but the violence of government attempting, by improper means, to remedy the inconveniencies of a dearth

    24. The great cheapness of corn in the years immediately preceding the establishment of the bounty may, perhaps with reason, be ascribed in some measure to the operation of this statute of Charles II

    25. It was upon this account, that during the ten or twelve years immediately preceding the late reformation of the gold coin, the annual coinage amounted, at an average, to more than £850,000

    26. The colonies of the Dorians resorted chiefly to Italy and Sicily, which, in the times preceding the foundation of Rome, were inhabited by barbarous and uncivilized nations; those of the Ionians and Aeolians, the two other great tribes of the Greeks, to Asia Minor and the islands of the Aegean sea, of which the inhabitants sewn at that time to have been pretty much in the same state as those of Sicily and Italy

    27. So in the preceding chapter, we’ve spoken about Squeeze Page design, including the component parts and what each part does

    28. He looked around and realized where he was as the memory of the preceding day filtered back into his brain

    29. However, as we have demonstrated in the preceding chapters - there are many issues which make it incorrect to accept Evolution as factual

    30. It is like looking for a specific hidden word and once an ELS for that word is found, to see if it forms part of a sentence that consists of additional words, following or preceding the word, at the same letter skip

    31. Due to such conditions/considerations as those preceding, what the economy is really missing is commercial loan activity; in other words, a willingness by corporate boards to part with cash

    32. But, of course, he did not see her, and no friendly face comforted him preceding the fight

    33. I told him everything, the call to Jocko preceding the chase, the chase itself, the

    34. Provided that the acquisition of (new) knowledge is properly assimilated and that individuals are mindful of what history has taught them, a society should acquire certain advantages over preceding generations

    35. The underlying premise of the Word preceding Creation, I believe, is

    36. Nevertheless, it was the Word, the Holy Spirit, if you will, that, preceding the coming of Christ, inspired ―Christian‖ Attitudes, on some level at least, among the more ―civilized‖ cultures

    37. The sixties injected narrow and intolerant viewpoints, uninformed ideologies that sought shatter core-values and social customs by discrediting traditional conventions, unlike preceding generations that sought to establish their own unique identity within the conventional framework of existing social and cultural traditions

    38. God could not occasion His own existence because such would imply (a) causation preceding His existence

    39. The next photo - still half-covered by the preceding one - brought a surge of adrenaline shooting through his body

    40. The German manager, Herr Braun, a ruddy-cheeked rotund individual whose access to the factory’s output had undoubtedly helped him avoid the decline in nutrition experienced by others in the population in the preceding years, reacted cagily to Colling’s inquiry

    41. Neither the preceding nor succeeding texts seems to reveal much about how this practice got started

    42. Language like that in the preceding quote seemed to me more like one of those borrowings that I have referred to earlier, whose basis was more akin to mythological folklore

    43. The John of Patmos and the John of the letters preceding the Revelation in most Bibles appears to me to be the same

    44. 12–14, 1518) and refused to recant a sentence…which Cajetan interpreted as implying a rejection of the teaching authority of the pope…He [Luther] undertook historical studies and concluded that the authority which was claimed in the Roman church for the papacy could be supported only by Papal decretals of the preceding four centuries

    45. And how could they learn, save by bitter experience for which, in this instance, unfortunate Aunt Martha had paid? The preceding Monday Mr

    46. They knew Lida slightly, having met her once or twice the preceding summer when they had gone down the harbour with the Blythes

    47. And that’s not all, when we consulted the hospital and checked my dad’s bed-records, it stated that in the week preceding the signature date and on the day of the signature, my dad was “confused”, “hallucinating”, “not himself”, “did not know who he was” and kept falling out of bed, walking around in a daze…

    48. This means: If you have a number of versus which portrays a certain teaching throughout scripture, you cannot take one verse, completely out of context, to nullify or wipe out all the preceding verses

    49. think about the formation and dependency of each term with its preceding term

    50. But 1,11,111,1111 etc are each of the preceding term

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    preceding past retiring antecedent prior foregoing anterior elapsed gone by