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    2. These thoughts will constitute my part of the book:

    3. " The question is: When does the Bible account of an action constitute and example? I am commanded to observe the Lord's supper (I Corinthians 11:24,25

    4. " The question is: When does the Bible account of an action constitute and example? I am commanded to observe the Lord's supper (I Corinthians

    5. That does not necessarily constitute that I have faith in the chair

    6. It does not constitute maturity, but instead constitutes dependency

    1. Is our freedom constituted in that our death serves an ultimate purpose of God? Can we die in such a way as to express a mystery? Revelation 12:11 says that they loved not their lives even unto death

    2. what constituted wild and inflammatory protest, and so it was that

    3. It seems to have constituted almost the whole circulation of that country; for though the circulation of the Bank of Scotland, which had then no rival, was considerable, it seems to have made but a very small part of the whole

    4. The promissory notes of those banking companies constituted, at that time, the far greater part of the currency of Scotland, which this uncertainty of payment necessarily degraded below value of gold and silver money

    5. Those deposits of coin, or those deposits which the bank was bound to restore in coin, constituted the original capital of the bank, or the whole value of what was represented by what is called bank money

    6. What he imagined constituted his soul had awoken, in one piece, within the body of a large moth-eaten black Labrador dog

    7. These, however, together with a pretty large lizard, called the ivana or iguana, constituted the principal part of the animal food which the land afforded

    8. In the republics of ancient Greece and Rome, during the whole period of their existence, and under the feudal govermnents, for a considerable time after their first establishment, the trade of a soldier was not a separate, distinct trade, which constituted the sole or principal occupation of a particular class of citizens; every subject of the state, whatever might be the ordinary trade or occupation by which he gained his livelihood, considered himself, upon all ordinary occasions, as fit likewise to exercise the trade of a soldier, and, upon many extraordinary occasions, as bound to exercise it

    9. As long as such presents, as long as the emoluments of justice, or what may be called the fees of court, constituted, in this manner, the whole ordinary revenue which the sovereign derived from his sovereignty, it could not well be expected, it could not even decently be proposed, that he should give them up altogether

    10. At least it would be a quick death, rather than a gradual ebbing away of whatever it is that now constituted life

    11. In ancient times, they constituted, in every part of Europe, one of the principal branches of the revenue of the crown

    12. These men constituted the nucleus of the force which Waddell needed to organize and recruit at the place

    13. These guns constituted their battery of firepower along with two twelve pounders, aft, which were already in position when the

    14. Those arrests were for dubious political issues and probably were more of a desperate attempt by the Nationalists to curry favour with the ANC, for the generals constituted no threat to anyone…except the Nationalists because of their knowledge of the dirty action campaigns that they, the Nationalists had ordered

    15. The English speaking white South Africans were never supporters of Apartheid and also never constituted a threat for even a pooled English vote would not have stopped the Afrikaners at the polls

    16. argues this war constituted genocide

    17. William had saved a small amount of cash that he kept under the bread box near the small sink that constituted the presence of a kitchen in his room

    18. constituted an infringement of that individual‘s Civil Liberties

    19. 8 million inhabitants is constituted along the following lines of various ethnic groups of diverse cultures: 77% Chinese, 14% Malaysian, 7

    20. But to claim that any of the violence that happened constituted anything close to genocide against whites is false

    21. He sprang into action suddenly, trying to find something among the ruin that constituted his library, in essence various piles of books and so on

    22. establishment of this plant in South Carolina rather than Washington shows “animus” and constituted

    23. Generation of Income for Totality of the People, Organizations and Countries in any country that is acting to turn them autosustainable, competent and generative of immense wealth without there is owner of those monetary resources and material goods, without the eternal conflict to exist among constituted powers

    24. ( user03) d) Economic Agents are all corporations that adhere to the Project as agreed organization, constituted network, non-profit corporation and collaborating corporation that turn available its organizational resources, as well as its products and services for total usufruct so that that wealth circulates freely in the Coordenational Structure

    25. All its actuation occurs without using the deposited physical money that will stay under the guard of the Central Bank of the Country in that is juridically constituted, this avoids that there are deviations, robberies or fraudulent action

    26. of constituted Bank3Sectors by Country

    27. 2 million); 1 Virtual Central Bank of the Third Sector will be constituted at another intercontinental country, for instance it can be any country in the Asian continent and 1 Virtual World Bank that will be constituted in another continent, for instance any country in Latin America

    28. This triangular action supplies the involved countries of resources with sufficiency and it makes possible that all the services rendering activities and production happen, without interruption wherever exists a Virtual Bank or constituted Bank3Sector

    29. Bank3Sector will be constituted by the partners in the middle

    30. constituted of 18 and at the most of 42 teams with

    31. the subventions that are received directly from the constituted

    32. Its amount can be constituted in a

    33. norms in the country where Bank3Sector is constituted;

    34. 23 Brotherly love being so sympathetically constituted, the seven brethren had a more sympathetic mutual harmony

    35. These “unassailable” findings, moreover, are not to be subject to public challenge or discussion by non-scientists on moral or ethical grounds, even by democratically constituted government

    36. Levi exhaled deeply, digging his hand out of the trench that constituted my grip, turning his back to me and crouching with his hands resting on his knees in a bent position, like an exhausted marathon competitor

    37. 6 miles long and 9 miles at the widest point of the country, which is constituted in its entirety by its capital Oranjestad

    38. pension constituted a breach of trust”

    39. and insurance plans constituted a fundamental breach of trust between the

    40. He was quite a talkative boy and argued over what constituted the baked salad—the Italian vegetable, Artichoke—with a friend of his while walking back from a hotel they had visited earlier

    41. He and Macmillan magnanimously offered to let me become Bill’s assistant, remaining a -13, step 4! This abomination and cold hearted de facto firing constituted “some thanks for my yeoman work the previous 3 1/2 years as the SupShip Counsel, doing singlehandedly the work of two contracts lawyers

    42. Between them, they concocted a BS story that my work for EB constituted a COI because GD also owned Bath Iron Works

    43. Judging from critical remarks by my superiors, this constituted a form of “sexual harassment

    44. The Niagara Movement, as it had been constituted, had attributes considered fatal to those wise great powers

    45. The delegation of unicorns was followed by over five hundred selkies, and they by almost three hundred gargoyles, as those two races, like the dragons and unicorns, each constituted a single nation

    46. The animal protection associations legally constituted have legitimacy to require

    47. Sunrunner was moored at the end of a floating dock, one of seven docks that constituted the local marina

    48. 23 Brotherly love being so sympathetically constituted the seven brethren had a more sympathetic mutual harmony

    49. We five constituted the size of group that I AM prefers, according to the Keys of Enoch, and 8 had said before that he wanted to form the Five Star group, so our number seemed completely appropriate

    50. The 1980-91 period constituted a challenging period for the United States and the Coast Guard, whose duties were and are inevitably influenced and expanded by domestic and international events

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    2. That in itself constitutes that we should gain the wisdom of God and learn to hear that Spirit so that when/if the moment should come we can give answer

    3. It does not constitute maturity, but instead constitutes dependency

    4. differing opinions on what constitutes pretty

    5. This portion, or, what comes to the same thing, the price of this portion, constitutes the rent of land, and in the price of the greater part of commodities, makes a third component part

    1. One of them, and frequently the largest, is, in the first place, destined for replacing a capital, or for renewing the provisions, materials, and finished work, which had been withdrawn from a capital ; the other for constituting a revenue either to the owner of this capital, as the profit of his stock, or to some other person, as the rent of his land

    2. That which is immediately destined for constituting a revenue, either as profit or as rent, may maintain indifferently either productive or unproductive hands

    3. Unproductive labourers, and those who do not labour at all, are all maintained by revenue; either, first, by that part of the annual produce which is originally destined for constituting a revenue to some particular persons, either as the rent of land, or as the profits of stock ; or, secondly, by that part which, though originally destined for replacing a capital, and for maintaining productive labourers only, yet when it comes into their hands, whatever part of it is over and above their necessary subsistence, may be employed in maintaining indifferently either productive or unproductive hands

    4. The proportion, therefore, between the productive and unproductive hands, depends very much in every country upon the proportion between that part of the annual produce, which, as soon as it comes either from the ground, or from the hands of the productive labourers, is destined for replacing a capital, and that which is destined for constituting a revenue, either as rent or as profit

    5. That part of the annual produce, therefore, which, as soon as it comes either from the ground, or from the hands of the productive labourers, is destined for replacing a capital, is not only much greater in rich than in poor countries, but bears a much greater proportion to that which is immediately destined for constituting a revenue either as rent or as profit

    6. (the latter constituting a lower form of friendship, however), while former friends move on with their lives…or grow apart… in search of more suitable arrangements although once maturer relationships suddenly flourish, will (ultimately) reveal that it isn‘t the quantity of friends that matter the most, however, but the level of intimacy among those counted as friends

    7. engagement, whose violation(s) are otherwise construed by the Community of Nations as constituting Crimes against Humanity

    8. In this manner, its members are integrated parts constituting a common whole in the manner each part is considered one with that body

    9. Then you, with Dilimon as your best man, the two of you constituting the immediate party of the groom, will walk down the aisle and take your places to Theramin’s right on the second tier of the podium

    10. Then Talia, with Nemia and I as her parents and Alilia as her maid of honor, and thus constituting the immediate party of the bride, will walk the aisle and take our places to Theramin’s left on the second tier

    11. Think of the seventy or so previous pages as constituting the greatest hits package

    12. values of the following lines constituting the Ichimoku which are the lines of median prices in a

    13. scriptures as constituting the aura of the Lord; and when in 1885 it was

    14. 6 Although this perfect life which he lived in the likeness of mortal flesh may not have received the unqualified and universal approval of his fellow mortals, those who chanced to be his contemporaries on earth, still, the life which Jesus of Nazareth lived in the flesh and on Urantia did receive full and unqualified acceptance by the Universal Father as constituting at one and the same time, and in one and the same personality-life, the fullness of the revelation of the eternal God to mortal man and the presentation of perfected human personality to the satisfaction of the Infinite Creator

    15. And it is this supreme law of love for God and for man that I also declare to you as constituting the whole duty of man

    16. women and children constituting 90 percent of the victims

    17. tions, each constituting separate and independent works in themselves, which to-

    18. constituting the motions or currents within what physicists call “heterotic superstring

    19. constituting it, without any possibility of splitting atoms and causing a destructive

    20. are the basic units constituting the motions or currents within what physicists call

    21. There was a scant kilometer separating Edson’s frontal positions from the divisional command post, which was itself only 600 meters from Ingrid’s unit lines and the open plain constituting Fighter One strip

    22. Of all women aged 65-75 in this country, a quarter of them report Social Security as their primary income, constituting 90% of what they have to live on from month to month

    23. a written statement of the essential facts constituting the offense

    24. constituting the shadow—reveals that they have an emotional nature, a kind of autonomy, and accordingly an obsessive or, better, possessive

    25. complex synthesis of influences constituting what is often called

    26. She is the mother of ―Unified Consciousness,‖ constituting a oneness of perception; or awareness of something shared by a group

    27. ―Etheric Body,‖ and state that it is the innermost layer of several, constituting the ―aura

    28. Once fully operational and launched on polar or highly inclined orbits, space planes would be able on demand and on short notice to photograph in detail about any spot on the planet, thus constituting an invaluable strategic reconnaissance asset in times of crisis

    29. * a Goa Liberation Army constituting all political parties was formed to liberate Goa

    30. For this purpose, it would be useful to have a Labour Consultative Workshop between unions and employer representatives that could sponsor a Labour Advisory Council constituting representatives of both parties

    31. The first of three sounds constituting the sacred syllable OM

    32. The millions and millions of animals come and go, a few years constituting their span of life

    33. are blocked off several days before the festivities constituting further the sense this

    34. It is separate from the shareholders constituting it

    35. The twelve tables constituting thefirst written compilation of Roman Law, said by Livy and others to

    36. This is, a state constituting the attainment of what is “Eternal, the Self, Bliss, and the Pure”

    37. constituting one of those parts

    38. The District constituting the seat of Government of the United States shall appoint in such manner as the Congress may direct: A number of electors of President and Vice President equal to the whole number of Senators and Representatives in Congress to which the District would be entitled if it were a State, but in no event more than the least populous State; they shall be in addition to those appointed by the States, but they shall be considered, for the purposes of the election of President and Vice President, to be electors appointed by a State; and they shall meet in the District and perform such duties as provided by the twelfth article of amendment

    39. The District constituting the seat of Government of the United States shall appoint in such manner as Congress may direct:

    40. After all, hang it, they had their eleven and more humdrum months of it and merited a radical change of venueafter the grind of city life in the summertime for choice when dame Nature is at her spectacular best constituting nothing short of a new lease of life

    41. shipboard: its properties for cleansing, quenching thirst and fire, nourishing vegetation: its infallibility as paradigm and paragon: its metamorphoses as vapour, mist, cloud, rain, sleet, snow, hail: its strength in rigid hydrants: its variety of forms in loughs and bays and gulfs and bights and guts and lagoons and atolls and archipelagos and sounds and fjords and minches and tidal estuaries and arms of sea: its solidity in glaciers, icebergs, icefloes: its docility in working hydraulic millwheels, turbines, dynamos, electric power stations, bleachworks, tanneries, scutchmills: its utility in canals, rivers, if navigable, floating and graving docks: its potentiality derivable from harnessed tides or watercourses falling from level to level: its submarine fauna and flora (anacoustic, photophobe), numerically, if not literally, the inhabitants of the globe: its ubiquity as constituting 90 percent of the human body: the noxiousness of its effluvia in lacustrine marshes, pestilential fens, faded flowerwater, stagnant pools in the waning moon

    42. The interest return is divided into two components, the first constituting “pure interest”—i

    43. These lows had in turn undercut the April lows, constituting a shakeout that faked out short-sellers as the market turned and began to rally

    44. Stockholders are far from constituting a monolithic group, and among them there are varied and sometimes conflicting interests concerning cash distributions

    45. Civilization, unfortunately, represented at this epoch rather by an aggregation of interests than by a group of principles, was or thought itself, in peril; it set up the cry of alarm; each, constituting himself a centre, defended it, succored it, and protected it with his own head; and the first comer took it upon himself to save society

    46. (2010) show that many anomalies—including value and momentum—are concentrated on the subset of stocks with high credit risk (ratings below investment grade, constituting less than 10% of market cap)

    47. We can infer higher implied correlation when index option volatility rises faster than the average volatility of single-stock options constituting the index

    48. The initial set of underlying assets available to create option combinations includes all stocks constituting the S&P 500 index

    49. More sophisticated approaches to estimating the steadiness should express numerically the sensitivity of optimization space (for example, by calculating the variability of coordinates of nodes constituting the optimal areas)

    50. As a result, all variants constituting the initial set are ordered according to their quality indicators

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