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    1. She has learned by bitter experience that firm kindness is cheaper and more efficacious than a battery of Gatlings

    2. tice of the attitude of a mere witness is the most efficacious

    3. To presume works to be efficacious is to presume that man has power over God, and can change His will

    4. Jesus warned his followers against thinking that their prayers would be rendered more efficacious by ornate repetitions, eloquent phraseology, fasting, penance, or sacrifices

    5. They are the words that Promise them the most genuine consolation for their sufferings, and the most efficacious relief for their trials

    6. If you are accustomed to praying to a deity, then by all means continue to do so, since this can be even more efficacious than straight creative visualization (of course this depends upon who the deity is and what you’re praying for)

    7. The reason why a magician’s spells are usually more efficacious than most people’s prayers is not because magicians have any special innate powers

    8. "It is not lawful for a clergyman to teach that the sacrifice and offering of Christ upon the cross, or the redemption, propitiation, or satisfaction wrought by it, is or can be repeated in the ordinance of the Lord's Supper; nor that in that ordinance there is or can be any sacrifice or offering of Christ which is efficacious in the sense in which Christ's death is efficacious, to procure the remission of guilt or punishment of sins

    9. The vicar obtained some for me and they proved to be highly efficacious

    10. His ways are invisible to the eyes of man but efficacious in action

    11. How much more enlightening, how much more efficacious than any words, than any explanations, is that very simple thing, a kiss

    12. She had found money so extraordinarily efficacious in the comforting of Mrs

    13. Anyhow it was efficacious

    14. Virtue: Acting power and strength; something efficacious; that substance or quality that will produce effects on other bodies

    15. Whether the result of such education in the unseen world will be universally efficacious, so as to render it certainly a good thing to die in infancy, may be either affirmed orquestioned

    16. But another advantage of an alteration in the methods of approaching sinful men, to persuade them to repentance, will, be found in this; that the doctrine of the gift of life enables us to bring to bear on their understanding, conscience, and affections, a view of the character of their Maker and God incomparably more efficacious in winning there to a new life than all the threatenings of endless suffering which can be set before their minds

    17. He tried to resume his former easy, indifferent air, but it was an affectation now, for the rousing had been more efficacious than he would confess

    18. He has but one fault, he is somewhat wilful; but really, on referring for the moment to what he said, do you truly believe that Mithridates used these precautions, and that these precautions were efficacious?"

    19. There were men, too, of a sturdier texture of mind than his, and endowed with a far greater share of shrewd, hard, iron, or granite understanding; which, duly mingled with a fair proportion of doctrinal ingredient, constitutes a highly respectable, efficacious, and unamiable variety of the clerical species

    20. "Alas!" exclaimed Mercedes, "if it were so, if I possessed free-will, but without the power to render that will efficacious, it would drive me to despair

    21. "I fancy that he had taken steps to make that draught efficacious, and that he quite relied upon your being unconscious

    22. study demonstrated that topiramate 50 mg daily (N ¼ 25) was as efficacious as

    23. Science, after having long groped about, now knows that the most fecundating and the most efficacious of fertilizers is human manure

    24. He would weep for hours together, and I verily believe that to the very end this spoiled child of life thought his weak tears in some way efficacious

    25. As for the apostates, the wolves in the sheep-fold, they may excuse themselves, and cast the blame on the circumstances amid which they live; but they are absurd, inexcusable, especially if they are no longer humane; it is precisely the humanity, affability, and brotherly compassion of the doctor which prove most efficacious remedies for the patients

    26. But, strange to say, those very men, who in our time assert more than any one else that they care for the amelioration of human life, and who are regarded as the leaders in public opinion, affirm that it is not necessary to do that, and that for the amelioration of the condition of men there exist other, more efficacious means

    27. "If such a course succeeds with an uncultured moujik, it is equally efficacious when it concerns an enlightened, intelligent, or even distinguished man

    28. Resolved, That the President of the United States be requested to adopt the most immediate and efficacious means in his power to obtain from the Viceroy of Grenada, in South America, or other proper authority, the liberation of thirty-six American citizens, condemned on a charge of piracy, and now held in slavery in the vaults of St

    29. These are part of the reasons why the embargo, as a measure of coercion, has not proved completely efficacious; and had it not been for this kind of conduct, our enemies would have been brought to a sense of justice, an amicable adjustment of differences would have taken place

    30. But if it has not been entirely efficacious as a measure of coercion, it has been particularly serviceable in many instances—by keeping us out of war, which is at all times to be deprecated by civilized men, by preserving our citizens from becoming victims of British tyranny on board their war ships, and securing an immense amount of American property that was sailing on the ocean, supposed to amount in value to between sixty and a hundred millions of dollars, the principal part of which would inevitably have fallen into the voracious jaws of the monster of the deep, or into the iron grasp of the tyrant Napoleon—by which, if we are involved in war, we have preserved the leading sinews, wealth; and above all, for preventing us from becoming tributary to those piratical depredators, whose inevitable determination is to monopolize the whole trade of the world, by which they rob us of our inherent rights

    31. It would have been even much more efficacious than those orders, inasmuch as our own regulations would have interdicted all commerce with France

    32. "Resolved, That the President of the United States be requested to adopt the most immediate and efficacious means in his power to obtain the liberation of the prisoners, if it shall appear to his satisfaction that they were involuntarily drawn into the unlawful enterprise in which they were engaged; and that ---- dollars be appropriated for that purpose

    33. Why then, sir, should we not have union, when it is so easy and efficacious a remedy for all our difficulties? Sir, the nation expects it; the nation has a right to demand it

    34. You might, with more propriety say, that under the power to regulate trade between the States, we have a right to incorporate canal companies; because canals would tend directly to open, facilitate and encourage trade and intercourse between the several States; and, in my humble opinion, sir, canals would furnish a much more salutary, direct and efficacious means, for enabling the great body of the people to pay their taxes, than is furnished by banks

    35. Smith adds, as a further inducement to France to take advantage of the law, while it retained the character of a favorable overture, "that by putting in force the non-intercourse against England, agreeable to the terms of this statute, that the very species of resistance would be made which France has been constantly representing as the most efficacious

    36. No efficacious method has yet been taken to prevent its ravages, but the one who could accomplish it, would do the cause of agriculture an essential service

    37. There are other ties equally efficacious

    38. We must employ, in the prosecution of the war, the cheapest and most efficacious instruments of hostility which we can obtain

    39. The apparatus may be made more efficacious, by drilling a series of small holes round the brims of the bell glasses or covers, so as to cause the gas, instead of passing round the brims in large bubbles, to divide itself into very small ones

    40. we must employ the cheapest and most efficacious means of hostility we possess, 490;

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