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    1. In the case of a Hindu, equal division is made between the wife, children and mother

    2. did everything he could to create division between Israel and Moses

    3. We are using the large room behind the stage area for changing … men on the left and women on the right with a row of mobile clothing racks down the middle, where we each have our personal designated areas to hang our costumes, giving some sort of modesty division, though to be honest, who the hell wants to gawp? As the play takes place in the present day, the clothes are not really costumes anyway, but, all the same, my character has certain things she has to wear – some my own and some provided by wardrobe

    4. In chapter 12, he points out that the gifts ought to be a source of unity, not division because they all came from the same source and the church

    5. Division may occur

    6. It is sad, but true that in some congregations with an eldership, there is division

    7. Sometimes this division is even within the eldership itself

    8. ‘Yes, each division has a list of items

    9. process of division, and everything that exists in the

    10. Barnstaple Town are playing at home against Frome, a top of the table clash in the Western League Premier Division

    11. ” He had the host make the mathematical division of seven into one

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

    13. There can tend to be a division between the prophets and

    14. , division of Random House Publishers

    15. New York: Vintage Books, division of Random House, 2008

    16. Had this state continued, the wages of labour would have augmented with all those improvements in its productive powers, to which the division of labour gives occasion

    17. division worked through those who called themselves children of

    18. The owner of the stock which employs a great number of labourers necessarily endeavours, for his own advantage, to make such a proper division and distribution of employment, that they may be enabled to produce the greatest quantity of work possible

    19. They are motivated by a spirit of division and pointing finger

    20. At the end of each division, too, he will find the average price of the twelve years of which it consists

    21. Their whole commerce was carried on by barter, and there was accordingly scarce any division of labour among them

    22. In consequence of better machinery, of greater dexterity, and of a more proper division and distribution of work, all of which are the natural effects of improvement, a much smaller quantity of labour becomes requisite for executing any particular piece of work ; and though, in consequence of the flourishing circumstances of the society, the real price of labour should rise very considerably, yet the great diminution of the quantity will generally much more than compensate the greatest rise which can happen in the price

    23. There are, indeed, a few manufactures, in which the necessary rise in the real price of the rude materials will more than compensate all the advantages which improvement can introduce into the execution of the work In carpenters' and joiners' work, and in the coarser sort of cabinet work, the necessary rise in the real price of barren timber, in consequence of the improvement of land, will more than compensate all the advantages which can be derived from the best machinery, the greatest dexterity, and the most proper division and distribution of work

    24. In the clothing manufacture, the division of labour is nearly the same now as it was a century ago, and the machinery employed is not very different

    25. In that rude state of society, in which there is no division of labour, in which exchanges are seldom made, and in which every man provides every thing

    26. But when the division of labour has once been thoroughly introduced, the produce of a man's own labour can supply but a very small part of his occasional wants

    27. As the accumulation of stock must, in the nature of things, be previous to the division of labour, so labour can be more and more subdivided in proportion only as stock is previously more and more accumulated

    28. As the division of labour advances, therefore, in order to give constant employment to an equal number of workmen, an equal stock of provisions, and a greater stock of materials and tools than what would have been necessary in a ruder state of things, must be accumulated before-hand

    29. But the number of workmen in every branch of business generally increases with the division of labour in that branch; or rather it is the increase of their number which enables them to class and subdivide themselves in this manner


    31. Division and connection of the word: Laws,

    32. discussed and established the division of

    33. In general, if any branch of trade, or any division of labour, be advantageous to the public, the freer and more general the competition, it will always be the more so

    34. The productive powers of the same number of labourers cannot be increased, but in consequence either of some addition and improvement to those machines and instruments which facilitate and abridge labour, or of more proper division and distribution of employment

    35. The gains of both are mutual and reciprocal, and the division of labour is in this, as in all other cases, advantageous to all the different persons employed in the various occupations into which it is subdivided

    36. That the power, and consequently the security of the monarchy, may not be weakened by division, it must descend entire to one of the children

    37. Helez knew that with each day that passed with their not speaking to each other, the division between them grew larger

    38. In Europe, the law of primogeniture, and perpetuities of different kinds, prevent the division of great estates, and thereby hinder the multiplication of small proprietors

    39. By means of it, the narrowness of the home market does not hinder the division of labour in any particular branch of art or manufacture from being carried to the highest perfection

    40. They tend not to destroy, but to preserve, what it is in most cases advantageous to preserve, the natural division and distribution of labour in the society

    41. The law which prohibited the manufacturer from exercising the trade of a shopkeeper, endeavoured to force this division in the employment of stock to go on faster than it might otherwise have done

    42. It obstructed not only that division in the employment of stock which is so advantageous to every society, but it obstructed likewise the improvement and cultivation of the land

    43. The course of human affairs, by marriage, by succession, and by alienation, necessarily deranged this original division, and frequently threw the lands which had been allotted for the maintenance of many different families, into the

    44. division with the confusion of rank or

    45. He was head of the Division of Perceptual Studies at the University of Virginia, which investigates the paranormal

    46. been sent to tell Rex of the coming division

    47. As the division on Earth grew greater for

    48. Nevertheless, some of us remain an atheist because religion too, has become a bone of contention, as it has been misused for encouraging discrimination and division

    49. The core theme is always about ‘Oneness’ and never about fear, hatred, division, domination and all the negativity that so commonly pervades modern society

    50. the choices of unity or division, love or fear and peace or war

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