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    1. Ezek: 34:27: And the tree of the field shall yield her fruit, and the earth shall yield her increase, and they shall be

    2. However, simply by taking care of one’s yard and garden through natural means, the accumulative effects will yield significant results on a global scale

    3. He corners her by the back door and, neatly forcing her to yield up the handful of wallpaper she is holding, dexterously pushes it down the back of her t-shirt as she squirms and squeals

    4. (mature) men yield to the whims of the unlearned (2:24-26)

    5. your hands forcing my arms into the soft yield of cotton sheets,

    6. only a true and open society can yield

    7. research, which could yield profound insight into the

    8. Yet the structure implicitly indicated by it may be acted upon with confidence and thus yield understanding

    9. No doubt there were some truly incorrect approaches which would yield no worthwhile results, but those which resolved the basic dilemmas of the propositions would probably be acceptable

    10. Which, when carried to its logical conclusion, will yield this: Take an all-to-nothing octave of an immense length

    11. One octave gives birth to three, which in turn yield nine

    12. The new Headmaster made good his open-door offer to Harry, and prior to the first day of classes they sat and outlined a course of studies which would yield the results from his academic career that would set him well prepared for his future path

    13. It took the young man calculating the first note of the Scale 1 octave's Do 384 to the Re above it, as an eighth of the way between 384 and 768 with an overall length of 384---an eighth of which was 48 added to the bottom Do 384 to yield Re 432 that he looked down at the octave below and saw 216 as the lower octave's Re

    14. government estimates the average yield from the land in

    15. His presence is always with us, but his manifest presence is with us as we follow him and yield to him

    16. These are always conducted with the utmost silence and secrecy till the moment of execution; and when the workmen yield, as they sometimes do without resistance, though severely felt by them, they are never heard of by other people

    17. The goal is to learn obedience to the voice of God and to yield to

    18. This is not easy, but as we yield there will be

    19. As we yield ourselves to the leading of God, and trust that He

    20. God has a destiny for you, and as you yield your

    21. Stock employed in the purchase and improvement of such lands, must yield a very large profit, and, consequently, afford to pay a very large interest

    22. It is only as we yield to

    23. In the ancient husbandry, after the vineyard, a well-watered kitchen garden seems to have been the part of the farm which was supposed to yield the most valuable produce

    24. By act of assembly, they have restrained its cultivation to six thousand plants, supposed to yield a thousand weight of tobacco, for every negro between sixteen and sixty years of age

    25. In rice countries, which generally yield two, sometimes three crops in the year, each of them more plentiful than any common crop of corn, the abundance of food must be much greater than in any corn country of equal extent

    26. A portion of this waste land, however, after having been pastured in this wretched manner for six or seven years together, may be ploughed up, when it will yield, perhaps, a poor crop or two of bad oats, or of some other coarse grain ; and then, being entirely exhausted, it must be rested and pastured again as before, and another portion ploughed up, to be in the same manner exhausted and rested again in its turn

    27. Secondly, it may be employed in the improvement of land, in the purchase of useful machines and instruments of trade, or in such like things as yield a revenue or profit without changing masters, or circulating any further

    28. Though a house, therefore, may yield a revenue to its proprietor, and thereby serve in the function of a capital to him, it cannot yield any to the public, nor serve in the function of a capital to it, and the revenue of the whole body of the people can never be in the smallest degree increased by it

    29. Clothes and household furniture, in the same manner, sometimes yield a revenue, and thereby serve in the function of a capital to particular persons

    30. No fixed capital can yield any revenue but by means of a circulating capital The most useful machines and instruments of trade will produce nothing, without the circulating capital, which affords the materials they are employed upon, and the maintenance of the workmen who employ them

    31. Land, however improved, will yield no revenue without a circulating capital, which maintains the labourers who cultivate and collect its produce

    32. them one by one, hoping at least one would yield a doctor

    33. Alternatively, to see socks in your dream indicates that you tend to yield to other’s wishes

    34. However,” and she looked each of her officers briefly in the eye, “that path will not yield the intelligence we will surely need going forward---Even if we could somehow insure the safety of the conscripts who don't have a dog in this fight that we know of, other than the obvious

    35. Whether or not he would yield up such observations and clues was an entirely different matter

    36. The people feel themselves so much interested in what relates either to their subsistence in this life, or to their happiness in a life to come, that government must yield to their prejudices, and, in order to preserve the public tranquillity, establish that system which they approve of

    37. And it’s been proven from extensive case studies that shorter subject lines yield higher open rates

    38. But as soon as he started to yield to such a weighty feeling of defeat and entertain the notion of simply spurring back to the east, he remembered the Breton woman’s smile and her laughter -

    39. It was also entirely likely that the eastern city, one so full of characters almost charming for their dubious yet reliable connections, would yield the intelligence he sought

    40. Watching your diet alone is not going to yield results unless it is coupled with proper exercise

    41. As such, hypnotic regressions may yield very rewarding results to their subjects

    42. when planted, will yield about 85 new grains of wheat,

    43. re-planted to yield yet another 85 grains

    44. In such circumstances, the wonder is, not that he was sometimes obliged to yield, but that he ever was able to resist

    45. The law, contrary to all the ordinary principles of justice, first creates the temptation, and then punishes those who yield to it; and it commonly enhances the punishment, too, in proportion to the very circumstance which ought certainly to alleviate it, the temptation to commit the crime

    46. trust, be persuaded by or yield to

    47. assembly as those assembled are willing to yield to

    48. Those taxes, levied in this manner, yield a very considerable revenue to government

    49. phosphate is "split" to yield the phosphate portion of the molecule

    50. Body building is an extreme sport that can yield amazingly

    1. As the train pulled into the Union Station at 3:25 in the afternoon, the unending clackety-clack of their journey yielded to the bustling throng and controlled chaos of the station and the streets beyond

    2. The strongbox yielded, and the other

    3. Allcock made a grand announcement that his pursuit of New York City merchants for his tackle merchandise had at last yielded some success---thanks in large part to Harry

    4. This yielded that diagram in front of you

    5. On this occasion, however, he yielded to one particular suggestion which she offered, that was to consider allowing Kaitlyn, Chloe, and Henry to travel along for part of the journey, and return when he had completed his own duties of business

    6. ” a quick division yielded, “192, so I assign RE the vibration 192

    7. A great prophet is one who is yielded to God and broken from the ways of the world

    8. Finding my first seed did not grow, which I easily imagined was by the drought, I sought for a moister piece of ground to make another trial in, and I dug up a piece of ground near my new bower, and sowed the rest of my seed in February, a little before the vernal equinox; and this having the rainy months of March and April to water it, sprung up very pleasantly, and yielded a very good crop; but having part of the seed left only, and not daring to sow all that I had, I had but a small quantity at last, my whole crop not amounting to above half a peck of each kind

    9. As we become more yielded to God we allow more of his grace to flow through us

    10. is yielded to Him, He will give them true authority to influence

    11. discussion with Churchil , he yielded the

    12. These, however, must have yielded very large profits

    13. The phenom-enon yielded a hazy half-light that gave him unusual chills

    14. The great metal foe had eventually yielded under the relentless blades of the two Bretons, even though the sword-wielders themselves had spent nearly every last bit of strength against their mark

    15. A most thorough search of the vessel yielded nothing further

    16. The older of the two Imperials nodded slowly, bearing a wide and very cynical grin as sorrow inevitably yielded to the usual angry gloom

    17. We never yielded

    18. For the war in Skyrim had seemed a bloody stalemate for some time now, the respective forces of Tullius and Ulfric clashing in skirmishes and doing little to trade yielded ground

    19. all those 'informants' who had yielded up their most private secrets and

    20. would be in if one kernel of wheat planted yielded only

    21. His experiment with Jirah had been interesting, but had not really yielded any useful information

    22. The city streets were quiet and dark, encouraging me to speed and I only yielded at the stop streets and robots, not wanting to waste a second

    23. Despite the airport fiasco and orders that he not harass Mike, his friends were a different matter: their suitcases had been checked upon departure and arrival, and yielded up nothing more than swimsuits, sunscreen and clothing

    24. The rest of its defenders were lowly farmers, herders, artisans and traders that had not yielded shield, spear or sword for once in their lives

    25. The policeman’s right front pocket yielded a set of keys

    26. Beth then remembered the brick wall in the side of an alley Herminia had pointed out on Calle Ocho: a certain loosened brick, when it was removed, yielded crack cocaine if the correct amount of money was placed in the opening and covered over again with the brick

    27. His pull became stronger as she seemed to hesitate but she yielded, her instincts driving her body rather than her mind

    28. ous, so i yielded to testing another possibility

    29. It was so cutting sharp and violent that the foremost karawians, minotaurs, goblins, and trolls yielded back and hid their eyes with their arms

    30. In the years that followed, he appreciated the emerging paradise, especially after we’d sunk a borehole that yielded abundant water for the sprinkling system and the garden flourished in that hot, dry climate

    31. yielded up an “alternative” view of America that was more real

    32. Norman yielded the point rather reluctantly

    33. It was erased from the tape with the claim it was a leftover record of another flight, but the binary form of the record will not be yielded up for analysis

    34. Had history ever yielded an example of a utopia—a place where power was meaningless

    35. The meteorite, other than being composed of iron (most were stone), yielded no unique astronomical feature

    36. This yielded better results, but information came in more slowly since they did not ride horses, and, of course, there was always the possibility that they might give us false intelligence

    37. Abednego, who has sent his angel, and delivered his servants that trusted in him, and have changed the king's word, and yielded their

    38. how many or few other young men would have done this? And how many yielded

    39. 9 Then Adam said to Eve, "See this fire of which we have a portion in us: which formerly yielded to us, but no longer does so, now that we have transgressed the limit of creation, and changed our condition, and our nature is altered; But the fire is not changed in its nature, nor altered from its creation; Therefore has it now power over us, and when we come near it, it scorches our flesh

    40. his word was true, so they yielded to him, and renounced the glory of God;

    41. 7 "For once it has pleased him, O Adam, to come to you, to comfort you, and to strengthen you, and to rejoice with you, and to send his hosts to guard you; because you have listened to him, and have yielded to his counsel; and have transgressed My commandment but you have followed his appeal?"

    42. 7 Then Satan, when he saw that they yielded to Genun and listened to him in every thing he told them, rejoiced greatly, increased Genun's understanding until he took iron and with it made weapons of war

    43. Upon further investigation it yielded this odd, sort of confession, sort of statement

    44. 33 And when Jacob had made an end of commanding his sons, he gathered up his feet into the bed, and yielded up the ghost, and was gathered to his people

    45. 8 And it came to pass, that on the morrow Moses went into the tabernacle of witness; and, note, the rod of Aaron for the house of Levi was budded, and brought forth buds, and bloomed blossoms, and yielded almonds

    46. Then, he yielded equal

    47. 9 Then Adam said to Eve "See this fire of which we have a portion in us: which formerly yielded to us but no longer does so now that we have transgressed the limit of creation and changed our condition and our nature is altered; But the fire is not changed in its nature nor altered from its creation; Therefore has it now power over us and when we come near it it scorches our flesh

    48. his word was true so they yielded to him and renounced the glory of God;

    49. 7 "For once it has pleased him O Adam to come to you to comfort you and to strengthen you and to rejoice with you and to send his hosts to guard you; because you have listened to him and have yielded to his counsel; and have transgressed My commandment but you have followed his appeal?"

    50. 7 Then Satan when he saw that they yielded to Genun and listened to him in every thing he told them rejoiced greatly increased Genun's understanding until he took iron and with it made weapons of war

    1. teeth, the fetid and yielding lust on his hot breath as the bite went home

    2. I could feel no sunny warmth on my skin nor could I luxuriate in soft and yielding sand under my toes

    3. The taste of him; oh the taste to come, the wetness of his muzzle, the razor edge of his teeth, the fetid and yielding lust on his hot breath as the bite went home

    4. It is intended to be solely determined by our allowing ourselves to be gripped by the ethical God, who reveals Himself in us, and by our yielding our will to His

    5. Harry spent all his remaining time with them playing the part of the dapper cosmopolitan and yielding to their every whim

    6. He produces a crop, yielding a hundred, sixty, or thirty times what was sown

    7. To dream that you are a servant suggests that you are too yielding to others or that you are too submissive in some situation

    8. It was especially true now, with the winds very gently rushing, rustling her hair and yielding more refreshing chills

    9. The game of life that we have been playing for so long is indeed yielding a new paradigm

    10. In countries where lands, improved and cultivated very highly, and yielding, at the time of sale, as great a rent as can easily be got from them, commonly sell at thirty years purchase; the unimproved, uncultivated, and low-rented crown lands, might well be expected to sell at forty, fifty, or sixty years

    11. Gen 1:29,30 And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat

    12. The temptation to smuggle, consequently, is to many people irresistible; while, at the same time, the rigour of the law, and the vigilance of the farmer's officers, render the yielding to the temptation almost certainly ruinous

    13. Since bullet-proof vests were unheard of, except for in movies, the chest area made rather nice large target yielding reasonable results for our hollow point bullets

    14. Good it was to look upon, cold and soft and yielding to the touch, this

    15. The guards were constantly yielding up these stories, riveting for their stark terror which would then circulate through the office until Sinclair show up again to loosen the resolve of the next headstrong individual, and there’d be a new rumor

    16. He tripped over something soft and yielding

    17. Still, yielding to my fear was unthinkable

    18. Finally yielding to gravity and the unrelenting see-saw motion, it slid off the hook unnoticed

    19. “We both believe that she is on the brink of yielding to that attraction, Melchior

    20. Her lips were soft and yielding

    21. “They thought so too, but they’re dead,” she said as she flinched and relaxed her body, yielding to Ethan

    22. Then the blooms and ferns were spent; the kindly trees softened the approaches to the stone with fragrant, yielding golden-brown leaves on the ground

    23. gathered their armour together, and spoiled their enemies, they occupied themselves about the Sabbath, yielding exceeding praise and

    24. eradicate malice, but reasoning has force to work with you to prevent you yielding to malice

    25. can live out, because it is a matter of yielding to the

    26. 6 "For in this western border, O Adam, there will go from you a seed, that shall replenish it; and that will defile themselves with their sins, and with their yielding to the behests of Satan, and by following his works

    27. Yielding to her constant thirst for newness and to her strong urge to serve people in need, she started inquiring about the possibility of opening a Catholic bookstore selling Spanish materials

    28. 11 And God said; Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself, on the earth: and it was so

    29. 12 And the earth brought forth grass, and herb yielding seed after his kind, and the tree yielding fruit, whose seed was in itself, after his kind: and God saw that it was good

    30. 29 And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is on the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat

    31. com section and see which cards are yielding the most engagement and then compare those metrics to the averages

    32. atmospheres would produce ambient light with different spectra, yielding alternative common

    33. 6 "For in this western border O Adam there will go from you a seed that shall replenish it; and that will defile themselves with their sins and with their yielding to the behests of Satan and by following his works

    34. limitation and placed within his ancient atomism the void as the unfilled and yielding quality of the world that was receptive to motion, and further presumed that atoms could collide, repel, and grab onto one anoth-

    35. stance, 2) yielding void, 3) multiplicity of objects composed of indivisible substance, 4) directed motion of objects, 5) contact between objects, and 6) limitation and change of motion upon contact

    36. sense, the quantum field is similar to the void of Democritus as the yielding substance that may be filled with particle substance

    37. While he might consciously want his son to attain his place in the sun, he unconsciously feels that yielding any portion of the business to him is like losing his masculinity, and he did not want his son to win in every area in which he was assigned

    38. ” Johnnie or I could not begin to imagine my father yielding the stage

    39. 27 So when they had gathered their armour together and spoiled their enemies they occupied themselves about the Sabbath yielding exceeding praise and thanks to the Lord who had preserved them to that day which was the beginning of mercy distilling on them

    40. 4 Any one of you may not be able to eradicate malice but reasoning has force to work with you to prevent you yielding to malice

    41. He produces a crop, yielding a hundred, sixty or thirty

    42. (8) For he shall be as a tree planted by the waters, and that spreadeth out her roots by the river, and shall not see when heat cometh, but her leaf shall be green; and shall not be careful in the year of drought, neither shall cease from yielding fruit

    43. This simple model should give you a framework sufficient for yielding keen insights into the nature of reality

    44. The yielding to temptations that beset,

    45. Needless to stress, this could have been achieved with each yielding space to the other in order to gain the same for the stability of the self

    46. What is more, this characteristic of yielding to gain seems to have shaped the nature of beings during their evolutionary period and beyond

    47. 3 The second night of their sojourn at Gennesaret the Master again told the apostles the parable of the sower and added these words: "You see, my children, the appeal to human feelings is transitory and utterly disappointing; the exclusive appeal to the intellect of man is likewise empty and barren; it is only by making your appeal to the spirit which lives within the human mind that you can hope to achieve lasting success and accomplish those marvelous transformations of human character that are presently shown in the abundant yielding of the genuine fruits of the spirit in the daily lives of all who are thus delivered from the darkness of doubt by the birth of the spirit into the light of faith -- the kingdom of heaven

    48. Under his hand there was not the smooth, brittle surface of glass or metal or stone, but the yielding, fibrous mass of a living thing

    49. As he reached this chamber, he was flashingly aware of some small squat bulk on the floor ahead of him; then before he could check his flight or swerve aside, his foot struck something yielding that squalled shrilly, and he was precipitated headlong, the torch flying from his hand and being extinguished as it struck the stone floor

    50. In fact, the branch exists only for, and can do nothing except, fruit bearing, yielding grapes

    1. This yields a large volume of unspoiled tomatoes in the short term

    2. These blends are extremely well balanced, offer broad spectrum time-released plant nutrients, will produce excellent yields

    3. yields seed, and the fruit tree that yields fruit according to its kind,

    4. For the earth yields crops by itself: first the blade, then the head,

    5. Another cupboard yields a file of papers tied up with string and topped by a folded piece of paper

    6. She yields as if she were soft earth

    7. “Wholeness, or one, when divided by seven yields a repeating decimal, as does three into one

    8. While they were transplanting flowers and shrubs one afternoon Belle began another conversation, “Kaitlyn, it is not enough that you know and practice; it is through living this understanding which yields the most powerful results

    9. The quality of grain depends chiefly upon the quantity of flour or meal which it yields at the mill ; and, in this respect, English grain is so much superior to the Scotch, that though often dearer in appearance, or in proportion to the measure of its bulk, it is generally cheaper in reality, or in proportion to its quality, or even to the measure of its weight

    10. Their price necessarily rises more or less, and yields a greater profit to those who deal in them, who can, therefore, afford to borrow at a higher interest

    11. But there is scarce any common trade in which a small stock yields so

    12. Kelp is a species of sea-weed, which, when burnt, yields an alkaline salt, useful for making glass, soap, and for several other purposes

    13. If a poor workman was obliged to purchase a month's or six months' provisions at a time, a great part of the stock which he employs as a capital in the instruments of his trade, or in the furniture of his shop, and which yields him a revenue, he would be forced to place in that part of his stock which is reserved for immediate consumption, and which yields him no revenue

    14. Her treasure she yields to all, while her heart is bound to the One

    15. The stock of the farmer yields him a profit, as well as that of the master manufacturer; and it yields a rent likewise to another person, which that of the master manufacturer does not

    16. In the name of Communist ideology, the state took over these farms and the crop yields dropped dramatically

    17. understanding; The wicked desires the netting of evil men; but the root of the righteous yields fruit; the wicked is snared by the

    18. All this inevitably yields a more joyful, healthy, and fulfilling life

    19. That figure squared (multiplied by itself) yields a very high number

    20. That number multiplied by the mass of the object in question (“m”) yields an even more astronomical figure

    21. Aeschliman terms the system that yields such products “a new form of barbarism

    22. in general yields more than that

    23. purpose and yields his place to the next

    24. thing yields to earnestness

    25. His eyes had that begging expression that he yields to, so often these days

    26. the driver on the left yields to the

    27. Descartes rightly yields that God’s causes are beyond his knowledge, but instead of leaving the

    28. What actually could be understood as to be a worthily act, yields the unwanted result of

    29. interest, not the well being of the animals, - after all, each inmate yields money

    30. When therefore the vine is cast on the elm it yields fruit both from itself and from the elm

    31. You see moreover that the elm also produces much fruit not less than the vine but even more; because" he continued "the vine when suspended on the elm yields much fruit and good; but when thrown on the ground what it produces is small and rotten

    32. Among men however the elm appears not to produce fruit and they do not know nor understand that if a drought comes the elm which contains water nourishes the vine l and the vine having an unfailing supply of water yields double fruit both for itself and for the elm

    33. The export in the Great Plains was wheat, and Hill promoted dry farming* to increase yields

    34. ing the Sun in this way yields pictures of the solar atmosphere at different

    35. They will be here in the early night’s mist before the sun’s light yields to the stars

    36. “The mind of a four year old, the body of a beast, he will tear us all apart before he yields

    37. They are aggressive and do not wish to share the yields of the schools of fish that move with the current

    38. “Touch not one surface in this hall; each yields profound entanglements: some with the future, with the past, some with the darker underworld

    39. “Alas! What served Thee best on Earth, here yields the extreme opposite: sleep takes Thee out from All That Is into a dream of All That Is!

    40. Do not presume, by these accounts, We stand against what progress yields or even ‘gainst the way ‘tis wrought without regard for those involved

    41. Would that thou couldst stand up to fear and feel that thrill of victory, which yields a good life lived with Love, beyond a hard one squeezed by fear

    42. It yields far more outcomes than Mine

    43. He will be like a tree firmly planted by streams of water, Which yields its fruit in its season And its leaf does not wither; And in whatever he does, he prospers

    44. entered upon the stream he is safe for ever; but although that is so, it is still possible for him to delay his progress to a most serious extent, if he yields to any of the temptations that still beset his path

    45. The tamed mind yields happiness

    46. Such a conception of reality yields a broader insight into the purposeful unity of universe phenomena; it even reveals a spiritual goal of progressive personality achievement


    48. Yet, previously statistics show that in applying these techniques, actually yields the lowest result

    49. The land is so rich that it yields three and four crops a year, and the plains north and west of the city are dotted with villages

    50. ' Every one who yields to the teaching of the Father's indwelling spirit will eventually come to me

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