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    1. She hadn't been doing much economic since she was in town, she was now mainly a farmer by trade and this was a house-sitting vacation

    2. experience that you will never trade for anything in this

    3. Someone has sensibly put a load of tables and chairs out in the sunshine; they are doing a good trade

    4. Their father learned the trade from his grandfather in the 1920’s in Germany

    5. It seemed the cancer of organized skin trade was not so new here as everyone thought

    6. Although his first impulse was to go to Darklow and shake the small town criminal community into information about a beautiful 19 year old girl with a foreign accent who had been forced into the local sex trade, Melinda's information somehow made him believe that he should stay on course, that all these things were related

    7. And did you know that the average age of a prostitute abducted into the sex trade is 16? The same age as your daughter

    8. "The one certainty we have here is the ongoing lucrative trade in skin and body parts and the occasional interception of goods in transit

    9. Without this knowledge it would be questionable if the trade even existed here at all

    10. the same trade guild, and as such the one would surely stop for the other

    11. Do you know what is the international trade in human body art?"

    12. "Nothing beyond what anybody else with absolutely no connection to that abhorrent trade would know

    13. The artist was wiry, gangly, far too long for his trade but expertly hunched over his client

    14. The trade has become so lucrative that the top buyers are now placing orders for specific types of skin

    15. They were, after all, brothers of the blood, members of the same trade guild, and as such the one would surely stop for the other

    16. It was a land of trade and commerce among the nations

    17. "Because sailing's the only trade he knows

    18. Amongst other things she was instrumental in liaising with France to put an end to the black market trade in lethal feuhlstones and in uncovering Gerisse Stowman’s illegal immigrant scam

    19. my breath tracing the trade winds of the morning breeze,

    20. on the trade winds that blow

    21. Trade hadn't been up to much lately and she was skint, so there was no point in trying to leave until the boy returned and paid the bill

    22. By trade the father was a labourer, although through a combination of ill luck and regular run ins with the genie of the bottle, he rarely engaged in his professional calling

    23. ’ He said lightly, as though telling me his father was a potter by trade

    24. Along one stretch of the road there are stalls selling various goods – doing a good trade too

    25. The bay at Dorini served the needs of the people who had to go to Faria to tend their goats, to worship or to establish trade with nearby islands or down to Stephanos main town in the south long before the road was built

    26. Trade was once again established between the towns, but there was no more rushing about, no more hard sell

    27. I would trade my maths problems for that walk,

    28. It helps in the winter when the tourist trade drops off

    29. leader of the opposition, shadow trade secretary and old weasel

    30. with twenty litres of KY Jelly was anyone’s guess, but the trade

    31. 'Two planes crashed into the World Trade Center Twin Towers located in New

    32. Trade hadn't been up to much lately and she was skint, so there was

    33. By trade the father was a labourer, although through a

    34. trade from a kind-hearted master, and that there could only be one

    35. something to trade on the return trip, but he said that the wagons were

    36. The trade in livestock was obvious from the

    37. Shaun is learning the trade, marking time while he builds a future, well aware of the rumours that Jock is getting ready to sell up

    38. The house cups were quite decent here, they must be pursuing the transient trade

    39. But that small minority, as has so often plagued the history of societies from ancient times, were also the wealthy power brokers of the little village, and though the town was small, their wealth had grown immense from the annual advantages taken of the affluent tourist trade dollars

    40. protecting the crossing or engaging in trade with Lyndesfarne

    41. ‘We’ve not come to trade insults with you

    42. Trade? How the hell should he know? He draws strands of thought together and tries to make them coalesce into something coherent

    43. I couldn't say whether trade is good or bad, except the rent is paid

    44. That project ran from 55,42,33 to 100,00,23,” he said, “and those facts are trade secrets of the Kassikan and I could lose my position for telling you that much and I will not tell you more

    45. He didn’t see how she could, it was a trade mag, ‘Center Lake Shipping Digest,’ that was not known for gripping suspense or moving human interest

    46. trade stayed in the town, so the skinny old man was

    47. Nor did he give a second thought to the gentleman in the chair near the door, making a show of reading a trade journal but whose gaze wasn't fixed on the pages before him

    48. that the trade across the causeway benefits both sides

    49. She got into a copy of one of his trade mags and learned quite a bit about the math behind figuring the margins and what odds to figure for the weather on any of the lakes

    50. The pub is a small and rather dirty place in the base of a hillside neighborhood that had been in the textile trade since the lash was grown here

    1. Violet's mother and Gary traded glances and shrugged at each other

    2. Even though they were not travelers over water, they traded with those

    3. You see my name, right? I'm from Earth, North America, the part that was traded from USA to Canada after the occupation

    4. I traded sex for donations to the temple," she answered

    5. 16Then he that had received the five talents went and traded with the same, and made

    6. The demonstration having been given, they traded stations with her and set themselves to the task

    7. They traded off every so often until the girls were pacified

    8. ‘I suppose you could say that we’ve traded security for freedom in some ways, Anna

    9. have gladly traded this for life on the farm like yours, if it meant not having to deal

    10. 3They cast lots for my people and traded boys for prostitutes; they sold

    11. It seemed to me that he traded one burden for the other—the

    12. trade, I have been assured by British merchants who had traded in both countries, are higher

    13. Both of the above are excellent examples of people who temporarily traded off

    14. She traded many of her possessions for the onions

    15. A city might, in this manner, grow up to great wealth and splendour, while not only the country in its neighbourhood, but all those to which it traded, were in poverty and wretchedness

    16. Though he seemed to be an expert trapper, she saw no evidence that he’d ever traded furs for goods

    17. To get it, Father said he’d traded a silver arm band that Kestides had taken from the elder’s son on Imros

    18. Some still thought that Father had traded for a sword on

    19. This policy opened, indeed, the trade of the colonies to all the natives of the mother country, provided they traded from the proper port, at the proper season, and in the proper vessels

    20. I simply traded for more of the merchandise I had gotten the previous day

    21. American currency printed in Atlanta is traded also, anything that others will trade for

    22. Regulated companies, it was observed by Sir Josiah Child, though they had frequently supported public ministers, had never maintained any forts or garrisons in the countries to which they traded; whereas joint-stock companies frequently had

    23. In the first twelve voyages which they fitted out for India, they appear to have traded as a regulated company, with separate stocks, though only in the general ships of the company

    24. French had to be traded for just a smile

    25. He had traded in his robes for a sleeveless tunic that reached to his knees

    26. They traded mostly in wool, tobacco, and livestock though the Mithrim Mountains had provided nearly a third of the iron distribution throughout the Free Lands for the last four hundred years

    27. mates traded names, leaving, someplace in this city, a yellow tabby named Charcoal

    28. „Slav," in reference to those in southeastern Europe who were traded by the centuries

    29. The teams traded the ball back and forth

    30. He refused the salary of the Chicago Blackhawks after he was traded and injured, because “I didn’t earn it

    31. The teams traded the ball back and forth on the next possessions

    32. Also the AK47 bayonet could be traded for whatever the Army did not have so that we could use them as barter during our appropriation missions

    33. We traded quite well with the rear area wankers

    34. I would have traded my R1 for an AK47 any-time

    35. I wouldn’t have traded that experience with anyone other than the wonderful people at that table at that moment

    36. The passengers now getting on the train were by and large Uzbeks or Kazaks who traded mainly in vegetables and apples that they brought to the big cities

    37. The UN and US government had before agreed to a near blockade of Iran, and the treaty traded a partial end to the blockade in exchange for inspections

    38. Under the sanctions Iraq traded food directly for oil

    39. traded off on the piano and I belted out one tune after another

    40. Ferguson reminded Major Barretson that they would also need an authorization to draw additional gasoline that could be traded for diesel fuel

    41. Colling had traded his cigarette ration with both Germans and his fellow soldiers, but had not done so with thoughts of large profits

    42. He traded five packs of cigarettes for a battered but sturdy leather suitcase at the shoemaker’s shop where he had purchased his Leica camera

    43. Most of the soldiers that did so, traded wine for meat or eggs

    44. Colling had traded in cigarettes, either bartering them directly with Germans, or swapping them with the mess sergeants for coffee and sugar to use as gifts for Frau Bergheim and others

    45. I hate to think what he traded to her master

    46. As the first years went by, some, then many were produced instead of having to be traded for

    47. “Food stamps are traded for almost anything other than food – stolen coats, cigarettes, videos, watches

    48. My one-way ticket, traded in, served as part payment for a return ticket for Nic and me, using the last of the nest egg that I wouldn’t be keeping for my old age

    49. I stopped near midday at a tiny yam and traded horses for the last leg of the journey

    50. And traded it for a ham sandwich

    1. This new gang specialized in making money from all the trades that even the DMS found taboo; child porn, the use of child 'warriors', organ 'donation' and of course always the latest and hardest drugs

    2. many of the old ways and trades had all but disappeared, and the

    3. Ava was going thru the bottom of the pile, things like conferences attended, and there, for the same year she was created, was a record of a one year pass to the Kassikan, unfortunately without the certificate number, as a scholarship transfer from North Chardovia Trades Academy

    4. apprenticeship in the motoring or allied trades, but the War

    5. There was no picture or thumbprint, but it was the right time and this person had come from North Chardovia Trades Academy on a scholarship

    6. It was painting that had brought he and Tdeshi together, they had met almost her first day at North Chardovia Trades Academy when she was shown thru the art rooms

    7. Nightday she always hunted wild male meat in the strength trades

    8. Instead of waiting indolently in their work-houses for the calls of their customers, as in Europe, they are continually running about the streets with the tools of their respective trades, offering their services, and, as it were, begging employment

    9. Something of the same kind happens in many other trades, in which the workmen are paid by the piece; as they generally are in manufactures, and even in country labour, wherever wages are higher than ordinary

    10. When the stocks of many rich merchants are turned into the same trade, their mutual competition naturally tends to lower its profit; and when there is a like increase of stock in all the different trades carried on in the same society, the same competition must produce the same effect in them all

    11. To ascertain what is the average profit of all the different trades carried on in a great kingdom, must be much more difficult; and to judge of what it may have been formerly, or in remote periods of time, with any degree of precision, must be altogether impossible

    12. There are few trades which cannot be carried on with a smaller stock in Scotland than in England

    13. Part of what had before been employed in other trades, is necessarily withdrawn from them, and turned into some of the new and more profitable ones

    14. In all those old trades, therefore, the competition comes to be Jess than before

    15. may, in the greater part of trades, be both a sufficient profit upon the risk of this insurance, and a sufficient recompence for the trouble of employing the stock

    16. places more profitable than the greater part of common trades

    17. Employment is much more constant in some trades than in others

    18. most hazardous of all trades, that of a smuggler, though, when the adventure succeeds, it is

    19. than in other trades

    20. he quits it when he foresees that its profits are likely to return to the level of other trades

    21. Where all other circumstances are equal, wages are generally higher in new than in old trades

    22. to those of other old trades in the neighbourhood

    23. the competition reduces them to the level of other trades

    24. duration of apprenticeships in the greater part of incorporated trades

    25. evidently to have been copied from the term of apprenticeship in common trades, of which the

    26. general and public law of all trades carried on in market towns

    27. person may exercise several different trades, though he has not served a seven years

    28. those trades which were established in England before the 5th of Elizabeth, and has never

    29. may exercise their trades in any towncorporate without

    30. The trades, the crafts, the mysteries, would all be losers

    31. most insignificant trades carried on in towns have, accordingly, in some place or other, been

    32. trades which employ but a small number of hands, run most easily into such combinations

    33. this purpose, which draw many more people into those trades than could otherwise pretend to

    34. workmen could easily change trades with one another, if those absurd laws did not hinder

    35. A bank cannot, consistently with its own interest, advance to a trader the whole, or even the greater part of the circulating capital with which he trades ; because, though that capital is continually returning to him in the shape of money, and going from him in the same shape, yet the whole of the returns is too distant from the whole of the outgoings, and the sum of his repayments could not equal the sum of his advances within such moderate periods of time as suit the conveniency of a bank

    36. The capital of the wholesale merchant replaces, together with their profits, the capital's of the farmers and manufacturers of whom he purchases the rude and manufactured produce which he deals in, and thereby enables them to continue their respective trades

    37. The effects, therefore, of a capital employed in such a round-about foreign trade of consumption, are, in every respect, the same as those of one employed in the most direct trade of the same kind, except that the final returns are likely to be still more distant, as they must depend upon the returns of two or three distinct foreign trades

    38. If the hemp and flax of Riga are purchased with the tobacco of Virginia, which had been purchased with British manufactures, the merchant must wait for the returns of two distinct foreign trades, before he can employ the same capital in repurchasing a like quantity of British manufactures

    39. If those two or three distinct foreign trades should happen to be carried on by two or three distinct merchants, of whom the second buys the goods imported by the first, and the third buys those imported by the second, in order to export them again, each merchant, indeed, will, in this case, receive the returns of his own capital more quickly ; but the final returns of the whole capital employed in the trade will be just as slow as ever

    40. There is no point being the jack of all trades and the master of none

    41. Such are, in a great measure, the trades which carry the goods of the East and West Indies and of America to the different European markets

    42. Those goods are generally purchased, either immediately with the produce of British industry, or with something else which had been purchased with that produce, and the final returns of those trades are generally used or consumed in Great Britain

    43. What circumstances in the policy of Europe have given the trades which are carried on in towns so great an advantage over that which is carried on in the country, that private persons frequently find it more for their advantage to employ their capitals in the most distant carrying trades of Asia and America

    44. It is an acquired advantage only, which one artificer has over his neighbour, who exercises another trade; and yet they both find it more advantageous to buy of one another, than to make what does not belong to their particular trades

    45. It is advantageous to the great body of workmen, notwithstanding, that all these trades should be free, though this freedom may be abused in all of them, and is more likely to be so, perhaps, in some than in others

    46. Each nation has been made to look with an invidious eye upon the prosperity of all the nations with which it trades, and to consider their gain as its own loss

    47. The carrying trade, though it deserves no preference, ought not to be precluded, but to be left free, like all other trades

    48. Those trades only require bounties, in which the merchant is obliged to sell his goods for a price which does not replace to him his capital, together with the ordinary profit, or in which he is obliged to sell them for less than it really cost him to send them to market

    49. The bounty is given in order to make up this loss, and to encourage him to continue, or, perhaps, to begin a trade, of which the expense is supposed to be greater than the returns, of which every operation eats up a part of the capital employed in it, and which is of such a nature, that if all other trades resembled it, there would soon be no capital left in the country

    50. The trades, it is to be observed, which are carried on by means of bounties, are the only ones which can be carried on between two nations for any considerable time together, in such a manner as that one of them shall alway's and regularly lose, or sell its goods for less than it really cost to send them to market

    1. For those who are still interested in trading of shares, it is necessary to understand certain fundamental terms related to companies whose shares are available for buying or selling

    2. "Join a merchant's association," doostEr said, "There's always influence trading going on in them

    3. that he might know how much every man had gained by trading

    4. “He was part of a company trading in skins: bearskins,

    5. “The caravan’s starting-point was a trading station at Vanavara, a

    6. Apparently, on the last visit, the trading party was

    7. to the Vanavara trading post – a five-day trip with full wagons in

    8. I ordered two, trading the waiting for the inconvenience of

    9. on, each force putting a flag on the days it conquered, trading the blows of cold

    10. It meant trading in jeans for

    11. As we return in the west to looking at local currencies to support smal shops, it’s good to know that the people here have been trading ‘bead money’ al along, with great success

    12. wine, and textiles travelled to and from the major trading

    13. those of trading and manufacturing stock, than they are said to have none in the last century,

    14. of trading in a town-corporate, than for a poor artificer to obtain that of working in it

    15. We see frequently societies of merchants in London, and other trading towns, purchase waste lands in our sugar colonies, which they expect to improve and cultivate with profit, by means of factors and agents, notwithstanding the great distance and the uncertain returns, from the defective administration of justice in those countries

    16. "I have no interest in trading cliches with you

    17. ‘And if you wish to continue trading in this town,

    18. But these two spoke as if they were partners in a trading venture

    19. If you have no dream and no plan about building a new house, you will remain trapped in the old one because, at the level of the mind, trading or buying is not an acceptable option

    20. discount their bills always with the same banker, he must immediately discover what they are about, and see clearly that they are trading, not with any capital of their own, but with the capital which he advances to them

    21. London, Lisbon, and Copenhagen, are, perhaps, the only three cities in Europe, which are both the constant residence of a court, and can at the same time be considered as trading cities, or as cities which trade not only for their own consumption, but for that of other cities and countries

    22. It is distinct, not only from the landed, but from the trading and manufacturing interests, as in these last the owners themselves employ their own capitals

    23. After all the anxiety, however, which they have excited about this, after all the vain attempts of almost all trading nations to turn that balance in their own favour, and against their neighbours, it does not appear that any one nation in Europe has been, in any respect, impoverished by this cause

    24. Anyway, the cadet ship was only just entering the traffic lanes around the Tursii trading partner's facilities in that system's asteroid fields when all hell broke loose

    25. Every European nation has endeavoured, more or less, to monopolize to itself the commerce of its colonies, and, upon that account, has prohibited the ships of foreign nations from trading to them, and has prohibited them from importing European goods from any foreign nation

    26. Trading is essentially based on demand and supply and it is what results in imports and exports of each country

    27. England, it must be observed, was a great trading country, her mercantile capital was very great, and likely to become still greater and greater every day, not only before the act of navigation had established the monopoly of the corn trade, but before that trade was very considerable

    28. Have the exorbitant profits of the merchants of Cadiz and Lisbon augmented the capital of Spain and Portugal ? Have they alleviated the poverty, have they promoted the industry, of those two beggarly countries? Such has been the tone of mercantile expense in those two trading cities, that those exorbitant profits, far from augmenting the general capital of the country, seem scarce to have been sufficient to keep up the capitals upon which they were made

    29. In such circumstances, to prohibit the servants of the company from trading upon their own account, can have scarce any other effect than to enable its superior servants, under pretence of executing their master's order, to oppress such of the inferior ones as have had the misfortune to fall under their displeasure

    30. If they are suffered to act as they could wish, they will establish this monopoly openly and directly, by fairly prohibiting all other people from trading in the articles in which they choose to deal; and this, perhaps, is the best and least oppressive way of establishing it

    31. My trading in China now being at an end, I loaded that day’s take of Chinese-made merchandise onto The Lucky Mermaid and then went back ashore to the counting house where I exchanged a gold piece for some local Chinese currency

    32. “West Indies Trading Co

    33. Apparently Captain Martindale had given me high marks in a recommendation to The West Indies Trading Company and they wanted me to be the first mate on a trading vessel that was sailing for Brazil

    34. A trading and manufacturing country, therefore, naturally purchases, with a small part of its manufactured produce, a great part of the rude produce of other countries; while, on the contrary, a country without trade and manufactures is generally obliged to purchase, at the expense of a great part of its rude produce, a very small part of the manufactured produce of other countries

    35. Small bodies of soldiers, quartered in trading and manufacturing towns, and seldom removed from those quarters, became themselves trades men, artificers, and manufacturers

    36. Do you think they really would use the Aquifer for gaining trading concessions?”

    37. When those companies do not trade upon a joint stock, but are obliged to admit any person, properly qualified, upon paying a certain fine, and agreeing to submit to the regulations of the company, each member trading upon his own stock, and at his own risk, they are called regulated companies

    38. Long after the time of Sir Josiah Child, however, in 1750, a regulated company was established, the present company of merchants trading to Africa ; which was expressly charged at first with the maintenance of all the British forts and garrisons that lie between Cape Blanc and the Cape of Good Hope, and afterwards with that of those only which lie between Cape Rouge and the Cape of Good Hope

    39. The company is prohibited from trading in their corporate capacity, or upon a joint stock ; from borrowing money upon common seal, or from laying any restraints upon the trade, which may be carried on freely from all places, and by all persons being British subjects, and paying the fine

    40. 20, the fort of Senegal, with all its dependencies, had been invested in the company of merchants trading to Africa, yet, in the year following (by the 5th of George III

    41. The trading stock of the South Sea company at one time amounted to upwards of thirty-three millions eight hundred thousand pounds

    42. The South Sea company, as long as they continued to be a trading company, had an exclusive privilege confirmed by act of parliament; as have likewise the present united company of merchants trading to the East Indies

    43. Their affairs continued to go gradually to decline, till at last, being in every respect a bankrupt company, they were dissolved by act of parliament, and their forts and garrisons vested in the present regulated company of merchants trading to Africa

    44. This advantage of having a cargo ready prepared, could not, for several years, be acquired by private adventurers ; and without it there seems to be no possibility of trading to Hudson's Bay

    45. In 1722, this company petitioned the parliament to be allowed to divide their immense capital of more than thirty-three millions eight hundred thousand pounds, the whole of which had been lent to government, into two equal parts; the one half, or upwards of £16,900,000, to be put upon the same footing with other government annuities, and not to be subject to the debts contracted, or losses incurred, by the directors of the company, in the prosecution of their mercantile projects ; the other half to remain as before, a trading stock, and to be subject to those debts and losses

    46. In 1733, they again petitioned the parliament, that three-fourths of their trading stock might be turned into annuity stock, and only one-fourth remain as trading stock, or exposed to the hazards arising from the bad management of their directors

    47. Both their annuity and trading stocks had, by this time, been reduced more than two millions each, by several different payments from government ; so that this fourth amounted only to £3,662,784:8:6

    48. An end was put to their trade with the Spanish West Indies; the remainder of their trading stock was turned into an annuity stock ; and the company ceased, in every respect, to be a trading company

    49. A few private traders, whose subscriptions amounted only to seven thousand two hundred pounds, insisted upon the privilege of trading separately upon their own stocks, and at their own risks

    50. In 1702, the two companies were, in some measure, united by an indenture tripartite, to which the queen was the third party ; and in 1708, they were by act of parliament, perfectly consolidated into one company, by their present name of the United Company of Merchants trading to the East Indies

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