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    1. skills that far exceed anything we’re consciously aware

    2. The initial tax rate not to exceed

    3. After a little maintenance neglect, the resurrection costs exceed the cost of commercially available space that has been properly maintained and operating and kept its value

    4. On every level, his father not only passed, but far exceed X’ander’s best efforts to end his life

    5. It is only the average produce of the one species of industry which can be suited, in any respect, to the effectual demand ; and as its actual produce is frequently much greater, and frequently much less, than its average produce, the quantity of the commodities brought to market will sometimes exceed a good deal, and sometimes fall short a good deal, of the effectual demand

    6. A labourer, it may be said, indeed, ought to save part of his summer wages, in order to defray his winter expense; and that, through the whole year, they do not exceed what is necessary to maintain his family through the whole year

    7. find that the former sum will generally exceed the latter

    8. indeed, does not exceed what frequently earned by common labourers in many country

    9. The advantage which the landlord derives from planting can nowhere exceed, at least for any considerable time, the rent which these could afford him ; and in an inland country, which is highly cuitivated, it will frequently not fall much short of this rent

    10. In 1554, by the 1st and 2nd of Philip and Mary, and in 1558, by the 1st of Elizabeth, the exportation of wheat was in the same manner prohibited, whenever the price of the quarter should exceed six shillings and eightpence, which did not then contain two penny worth more silver than the same nominal sum does at present

    11. In 1562, therefore, by the 5th of Elizabeth, the exportation of wheat was allowed from certain ports, whenever the price of the quarter should not exceed ten shillings, containing nearly the same quantity of silver as the like nominal sum does at present

    12. If, when the annual consumption has become equal to the annual importation, the annual importation should gradually diminish, the annual consumption may, for some time, exceed the annual importation

    13. The same order of people are, by the same law, prohibited from wearing hose, of which the price should exceed fourteen-pence the pair, equal to about eight-and-twenty pence of our present money

    14. The whole paper money of every kind which can easily circulate in any country, never can exceed the value of the gold and silver, of which it supplies the place, or which (the commerce being supposed the same) would circulate there, if there was no paper money

    15. If twenty shilling notes, for example, are the lowest paper money current in Scotland, the whole of that currency which can easily circulate there, cannot exceed the sum of gold and silver which would be necessary for transacting the annual exchanges of twenty shillings value and upwards usually transacted within that country

    16. Should the circulating paper at any time exceed that sum, as the excess could neither be sent abroad nor be employed in the circulation of the country, it must immediately return upon the banks, to be exchanged for gold and silver

    17. The advances of the bank paper, by exceeding the quantity of gold and silver which, had there been no such advances, he would have been obliged to keep by him for answering occasional demands, might soon come to exceed the whole quantity of gold and silver which ( the commerce being supposed the same ) would have circulated in the country, had there been no paper money; and, consequently, to exceed the quantity which the circulation of the country could easily absorb and employ ; and the excess of this paper money would immediately have returned upon the bank, in order to be exchanged for gold and silver

    18. It was upon this occasion that the sum which the bank had advanced to the public, and for which it received interest, began first to exceed its capital stock, or the sum for which it paid a dividend to the proprietors of bank stock ; or, in other words, that the bank began to have an undivided capital, over and above its divided one

    19. The value of the goods circulated between the different dealers never can exceed the value of those circulated between the dealers and the consumers ; whatever is bought by the dealers being ultimately destined to be sold to the consumers

    20. exceed your customer’s expectations they will be truly happy (and will

    21. If a person should at any time exceed in it, he can easily reform without exposing himself to the censure of the public

    22. page does not exceed this width

    23. The capital, therefore, which can be employed in the grocery trade, cannot exceed what is sufficient to purchase that quantity

    24. But no commodities regulate themselves more easily or more exactly, according to this effectual demand, than gold and silver ; because, on account of the small bulk and great value of those metals, no commodities can be more easily transported from one place to another ; from the places where they are cheap, to those where they are dear ; from the places where they exceed, to those where they fall short of this effectual demand

    25. The continual importations from Peru and Brazil exceed the effectual demand of those countries, and sink the price of those metals there below that in the neighbouring countries

    26. The circulating gold and silver of the country had not been supposed to exceed £18,000,000

    27. The whole gold and silver annually imported into both Spain and Portugal, according to the best accounts, does not commonly much exceed £6,000,000 sterling, which, in some years, would scarce have paid four months expense of the late war

    28. By opening a more extensive market for whatever part of the produce of their labour may exceed the home consumption, it encourages them to improve its productive power, and to augment its annual produce to the utmost, and thereby to increase the real revenue and wealth of the society

    29. The average quantity imported, one year with another, amounts only, according to the very well informed author of the Tracts upon the Corn Trade, to 23,728 quarters of all sorts of grain, and does not exceed the five hundredth and seventy-one part of the annual consumption

    30. To prohibit, by a perpetual law, the importation of foreign corn and cattle, is in reality to enact, that the population and industry of the country shall, at no time, exceed what the rude produce of its own soil can maintain

    31. England may be obliged to send out every year money to Holland, though its annual exports to that country may exceed very much the annual value of its imports from thence, and though what is called the balance of trade may be very much in favour of England

    32. Upon the exportation of some foreign goods, of which it was expected that the importation would greatly exceed what was necessary for the home consumption, the whole duties are drawn back, without retaining even half the old subsidy

    33. We imported about ninety-six thousand hogsheads, and the home consumption was not supposed to exceed fourteen thousand

    34. reflected in the part of us that wants to grow and exceed our current limits

    35. The rigour of this law was afterwards softened by several subsequent statutes, which successvely permitted the engrossing of corn when the price of wheat should not exceed 20s

    36. 7, the engrossing or buying of corn, in order to sell it again, as long as the price of wheat did not exceed 48s

    37. The proportion of the average quantity of all sorts of grain imported into Great Britain to that of all sorts of grain consumed, it has been computed by the author of the Tracts upon the Corn Trade, does not exceed that of one to five hundred and seventy

    38. 13, the importation of wheat, whenever the price in the home market did not exceed 53s:4d

    39. whenever the price did not exceed £4

    40. 4, the exportation of corn was permitted whenever the price of wheat did not exceed 40s

    41. By the 1st of William and Mary, the act which established this bounty, this small duty was virtually taken off whenever the price of wheat did not exceed 48s

    42. By the last of these statutes, corn could be engrossed at any price for exportation ; but it could not be engrossed for inland sale, except when the price did not exceed 48s

    43. If this annual coinage had nothing to do but to repair the unavoidable losses and necessary wear and tear of the coin, it could seldom exceed fifty thousand, or at most a hundred thousand pounds

    44. These numbers exceed greatly those of Boston, New York, and Philadelphia, the three greatest cities of the English colonies

    45. Maryland, and Virginia, for example, send annually to Great Britain upwards of ninety-six thousand hogsheads of tobacco, and the consumption of Great Britain is said not to exceed fourteen thousand

    46. The effect of the colony trade, in its natural and free state, is to open a great though distant market, for such parts of the produce of British industry as may exceed the demand of the markets nearer home, of those of Europe, and of the countries which lie round the Mediterranean sea

    47. But though, according to this scheme, the colonies could have no just reason to fear that their share of the public burdens should ever exceed the proper proportion to that of their

    48. 15, the same law which gave a bounty upon the exportation of British and Irish linen, of which the price did not exceed 18d

    49. It necessarily taught the importers to be more careful than they might otherwise have been, that their importation should not exceed what was necessary for the supply of the home market

    50. The extreme poverty of the greater part of the persons employed in this expensive, though trifling manufacture, may satisfy us that the price of their work does not, in ordinary cases, exceed the value of their subsistence

    1. The degree of love, unity, and soundness exceeded that which I have seen in most congregations in the forty years I have preached the gospel

    2. Mandy however exceeded everyone's expectations through her exceptionally level-headed thinking, and eventual prosperity in the restaurant business

    3. Boss Chatterling was quite sure that he had far exceeded her expectations as a

    4. Jean’s new position with the Bailli of Troyes exceeded all his

    5. Young Henry has exceeded our best hopes for this family's future

    6. The relationship of supply to demand is a key economic principle – here the demand for parts exceeded supply; hence, the profit from attaining a replacement turbofan would be handsome

    7. In that and the following year, it greatly exceeded what it had ever been before, and it has continued to advance ever since

    8. exceeded twenty pounds, though in other respects it approached much nearer to a perfectly

    9. trade was simply the sale of that which exceeded his own

    10. The greater part of Europe was, during this period, advancing in industry and improvement, and the demand for silver must consequently have been increasing; but the increase of the supply had, it seems, so far exceeded that of the demand, that the value of that metal sunk considerably

    11. The Spanish armies, though they scarce ever exceeded five hundred men, and frequently did not amount to half that number, found almost everywhere great difficulty in procuring subsistence

    12. Though both the gold and silver mines of America exceeded in fertility all those which had ever been known before, the fertility of the silver mines had, it seems, been proportionally still greater than that of the gold ones

    13. The lands which were kept constantly well manured and in good condition seldom exceeded a third or fourth part of the whole farm, and sometimes did not amount to a fifth or a sixth part of it

    14. No account has been got of the gold coin ; but it appears from the ancient accounts of the mint of Scotland, that the value of the gold annually coined somewhat exceeded that of the silver

    15. When they observed, that within moderate periods of time, the repayments of a particular customer were, upon most occasions, fully equal to the advances which they had made to him, they might be assured that the paper money which they had advanced to him had not, at any time, exceeded the quantity of gold and silver which he would otherwise have been obliged to keep by him for answering occasional demands; and that, consequently, the paper money, which they had circulated by his means, had not at any time exceeded the quantity of gold and silver which would have circulated in the country, had there been no paper money

    16. The frequency, regularity, and amount of his repayments, would sufficiently demonstrate that the amount of their advances had at no time exceeded that part of his capital which he would otherwise have been obliged to keep by him unemployed, and in ready money, for answering occasional demands; that is, for the purpose of keeping the rest of his capital in constant employment

    17. If the advances of the bank had commonly exceeded this part of his capital, the ordinary amount of his repayments could not, within moderate periods of time, have equalled the ordinary amount of its advances

    18. These are things in which further expense is frequently rendered unnecessary by former expense; and when a person stops short, he appears to do so, not because he has exceeded his fortune, but because he has satisfied his fancy

    19. If the expense of his house and person either equalled or exceeded his revenue, as it did very frequently, he had no stock to employ in this manner

    20. Those who had seen the beauty of Solomon’s temple in Jerusalem knew that its beauty exceeded that of any other building ever seen; but this palace was undeniably impressive and worthy of admiration

    21. Before the extension of commerce and manufactures in Europe, the hospitality of the rich and the great, from the sovereign down to the smallest baron, exceeded every thing which, in the present times, we can easily form a notion of Westminster-hall was the dining-room of William Rufus, and might frequently, perhaps, not be too large for his company

    22. That gentleman, whose rent never exceeded £500 a-year, carried, in 1745, 800 of his own people into the rebellion with him

    23. The ingenious and well-informed author of the Tracts upon the Corn Trade has shown very clearly, that since the bounty upon the exportation of corn was first established, the price of the corn exported, valued moderately enough, has exceeded that of the corn imported, valued very high, by a much greater sum than the amount of the whole bounties which have been paid during that period

    24. He thanked the king and queen for their presence and for having allowed them the use of the banquet hall and especially the food and drink, which had exceeded all expectations

    25. By the 15th of the same prince, this liberty was extended till the price of wheat exceeded 48s

    26. The surplus of this capital would naturally turn itself to foreign trade and be employed in exporting, to foreign countries, such parts of the rude and manufactured produce of its own country, as exceeded the demand of the home market

    27. Their capital, which never exceeded £744,000, and of which £50 was a share, was not so exorbitant, nor their dealings so extensive, as to afford either a pretext for gross negligence and profusion, or a cover to gross malversation

    28. The quantity exceeded greatly what the clergy could themselves consume; and there were neither arts nor manufactures, for the produce of which they could exchange the surplus

    29. In England, for example, when, by the land-tax, every other sort of revenue was supposed to be assessed at four shillings in the pound, it was very popular to lay a real tax of five shillings and sixpence in the pound upon the salaries of offices which exceeded a hundred pounds a-year; the pensions of the younger branches of the royal family, the pay of the officers of the army and navy, and a few others less obnoxious to envy, excepted

    30. Its reach has vastly exceeded its grasp

    31. The representatives at that convention surely exceeded their authority, but look what they have wrought

    32. Your worst enemy may then try the legal defense of ultra vires which is where they say that the Pretty One exceeded her powers by signing the agreement and throw her to the wolves

    33. Perhaps he exceeded his authority: General Shafter certainly thought so

    34. “You’ve exceeded my expectations too

    35. In this manner it may be correctly argued that the former is more successful by having exceeded the mutual designs of the latter

    36. He exceeded them one night, beating a girl bloody in a back room of Club Hollywood and emerged, taunting anyone to ‘do something about it’

    37. “There were powers working that far exceeded our

    38. But, I think more importantly, in knowing that the total spending isn’t going to be exceeded after the election, the voter will be much more likely to acquire information about sub-components of spending

    39. himself three times, and they kissed one another, and wept one with another, until David exceeded

    40. It feels really good, but it was totally unexpected and exceeded my wildest hopes

    41. They exceeded expectations and sent back clear evidence of sediments like hematite, and erosion—signs that water flowed sometime during the history of the planet

    42. Floodwall failures mainly occurred when the surge exceeded twenty-five feet and overtopped the structures

    43. revenues have far exceeded predictions

    44. 9 Then he shows them their work, and their transgressions that they have exceeded

    45. When we finished, Nigel walked over to me and said, “Brilliant! You’ve far exceeded our wildest expectations

    46. not you hasten above the Most Highest, for your haste is in vain to be above him, for you have much exceeded

    47. verge of destruction, with tears he angrily threatened his friends, saying, 24 you have governed badly; and have exceeded tyrants in

    48. test of time; it has long since exceeded the

    49. If these freaks wanted to pay, who was he to refuse? Over the years, he had developed many angles that made his videos collector’s pieces, and he knew the black-market value far exceeded whatever he made

    50. for Matt greatly exceeded his feelings for me, but I could be wrong

    1. Eph: 1:19: And what is the exceeding greatness of his

    2. need to have a revelation about “…the exceeding greatness of His power

    3. and what is the exceeding greatness of His power toward us who

    4. This was a surprising discovery, and I was exceeding glad of them; but I was warned by my experience to eat sparingly of them; remembering that when I was ashore in Barbary, the eating of grapes killed several of our Englishmen, who were slaves there, by throwing them into fluxes and fevers

    5. Paul prayed that the Ephesians might have revelation of the exceeding greatness of His power (see Eph

    6. greater revelation of the exceeding greatness of this power

    7. exceeding greatness of his power to us who believe, according to the working of his mighty power, which he worked in Christ

    8. stipend or allowance, not exceeding fifty, and not less than twenty pounds ayear"

    9. The advances of the bank paper, by exceeding the quantity of gold and silver which, had there been no such advances, he would have been obliged to keep by him for answering occasional demands, might soon come to exceed the whole quantity of gold and silver which ( the commerce being supposed the same ) would have circulated in the country, had there been no paper money; and, consequently, to exceed the quantity which the circulation of the country could easily absorb and employ ; and the excess of this paper money would immediately have returned upon the bank, in order to be exchanged for gold and silver

    10. of the rate or value, was laid upon all French goods; while the goods of other nations were, the greater part of them, subjected to much lighter duties, seldom exceeding five per cent

    11. beneficial to the nation, the value of the exportation exceeding that of the importation by a much greater sum than the whole extraordinary expense which the public has been at in order to get it exported

    12. “In ideal conditions,” explained Richard, “That thruster fuel can burn at temperatures exceeding nine thousand degrees

    13. Out of the moneys which they shall receive from the company, they are allowed a sum, not exceeding eight hundred pounds, for the salaries of their clerks and agents at London, Bristol, and Liverpool, the house-rent of their offices at London, and all other expenses of management, commission, and agency, in England

    14. The success of an expedient of this kind must have depended upon three different circumstances: first, upon the demand for some other instrument of commerce, besides gold and silver money, or upon the demand for such a quantity of consumable stock as could not be had without sending abroad the greater part of their gold and silver money, in order to purchase it; secondly, upon the good credit of the government which made use of this expedient ; and, thirdly, upon the moderation with which it was used, the whole value of the paper bills of credit never exceeding that of the gold and silver money which would have been necessary for carrying on their circulation, had there been no paper bills of credit

    15. Too late, the warhead seemed to be attached to a new type of propulsion system; its velocity exceeding anything before encountered

    16. Unless of course his condition became too unstable, exceeding a predetermined threshold of neural activity

    17. The fight game was once considered a poor man‘s sport, not a sport tailored for millionaires and prima donnas fighting once or twice a year for obscene paychecks exceeding what many of their predecessors earned over a lifetime

    18. High Achievement is the result of hard work and (exceptional) effort, a product of the choices we make, or don‘t make, for that matter; not of group expressions; within groups, (however), there must necessarily emerge exceptional talents exceeding the normative standards of each group

    19. Such thinking is implausible; perhaps, given the rise in social costs exceeding in proportion the exploited wages many of these families oftentimes receive

    20. This not so extraordinary phenomenon, that seeks the path of least resistance, does not bode well for America‘s blue collar workers whose jobs are being systematically eliminated at alarming rates exceeding the market‘s ability to replace them, if such is its intent, which it is not, I feel

    21. hardship on its people? Should its people, (they cannot properly be called citizens), be held liable for the criminal designs of its ruler(s)? (they cannot properly be called leaders) Should its people be subject to international reprisals by otherwise peaceful nations threatened by its existence? Should its people be perceived as innocent bystanders caught up in the whirlwinds of determined causes or willing accomplices drawn to ―dynamic‖ currents exceeding their moral and physical endurance? Should its people be subject to (economic) sanctions imposed against that nation whose objectionable conduct at home and abroad poses a viable threat to its peaceful neighbors? Is ignorance an excuse, or complacency or cowardliness for that matter? The present situation in Iraq recalls Hitler‘s Germany

    22. By having surrendered our inherent right to make personal decisions considered appropriate to our own particular lifestyles and needs, we have summarily relinquished our customary right to appeal such decisions made on our (own) behalf by government institutions that we‘ve provided with (reckless) authoritative powers far exceeding their intended scope and purpose; institutions that no longer pretend to be our servants but the masters, rather, of our own determined way of life

    23. Since the inception of time our world has never lacked for lawyers: its membership exceeding (all) the grains of sands in (all) the oceans multiplied by (all) the stars in the heavens

    24. There exists an ―inner‖ wisdom or ―consciousness of knowing‖ that is not immediately apparent; exceeding the sum of everything that is (either) known or has the potential of being known that is (otherwise) unknown unless an individual is properly inclined to pursue or know (it); that oftentimes seeks the supporting testimony of other individuals engaged in similar trials of their own

    25. Our immediate question to you is whether or not this teacher is correctly expressing a belief in keeping with Church teachings or is she merely expressing her own private opinions in a manner that has become increasingly troubling to parents with young children in school? Many of our teachers, it seems, are oftentimes inclined to take liberty with their students in a manner exceeding the scope or limits of their profession

    26. Cowl is piqued over the idea of lay people interacting in matters exceeding the limits of their professional expertise

    27. Such examples exceeding the scope of this letter, should properly inform and caution the sensibilities of thoughtful individuals wary of the potential (long-term) effects such draconian measures might otherwise impose on the American People

    28. exclusive Legislation in all Cases whatsoever, over such District (not exceeding ten Miles square) as

    29. inheritance in the saints (that’s you), and what is the exceeding great-

    30. 2 The rich man had exceeding many flocks and herds,

    31. 29 And God gave Solomon wisdom and understanding exceeding much, and largeness of heart, even as the sand that is on the sea

    32. there were precious stones in it; and it was set on David's head, and he brought also exceeding much spoil out of the city

    33. my son is young and tender, and the house that is to be builded for the Lord must be exceeding magnifical, of fame and of glory

    34. 12 And in every several city he put shields and spears, and made them exceeding strong, having Judah and

    35. his reign was diseased in his feet, until his disease was exceeding great, yet in his disease he sought not to the Lord, but to the

    36. exceeding that of guide and patron on this trip

    37. 27 And Hezekiah had exceeding

    38. Eze 37:10 So I prophesied as he commanded me, and the breath came into them, and they lived, and stood up upon their feet, an exceeding great army

    39. 6 For you have made him most blessed forever: you have made him exceeding glad with your countenance

    40. 96 I have seen an end of all perfection, but your commandment is exceeding broad

    41. 24 That which is far off, and exceeding deep, who can find it out?

    42. the Chaldeans pourtrayed with vermilion, 15 Girded with girdles on their loins, exceeding in dyed attire on their heads, all of them

    43. and stood up on their feet, an exceeding great army

    44. because the king's commandment was urgent and the furnace exceeding hot, the flames of the fire killed those men that took up

    45. would know the truth of the fourth beast, which was diverse from all the others, exceeding dreadful, whose teeth were of iron, and his

    46. 9 And out of one of them came out a little horn, which waxed exceeding great,

    47. So Jonah was exceeding glad of the gourd

    48. exceeding strong is wine! it causes all men to err who drink it: 19 It makes the mind of the king and of the fatherless child to be all

    49. his brothers, and an exceeding great dread, to fall on the nations round about them: 26 Insomuch as his fame came to the king, and all

    50. had received him, by means of which he reigned there, 2 Now when king Demetrius heard of it, he gathered together an exceeding

    1. ask yourself if the reward exceeds the tolerable contentment of not having it

    2. “I can not only guarantee it, I can prove that our record for intact deliveries exceeds all others by two to one, at least of those of my competitors who are willing to even share their results,” boasted Mr

    3. Let any man, who has a little of both, compare his own silver with his gold plate, and he will probably find, that not only the quantity, but the value of the former, greatly exceeds that of the latter

    4. In the present state of Europe, the share of the landlord seldom exceeds a third, sometimes not a fourth part of the whole produce of the land

    5. with your company and your product, not only meets but exceeds their

    6. solution that exceeds their expectations

    7. When the produce of any particular branch of industry exceeds what the demand of the country requires, the surplus must be sent abroad, and exchanged for something for which there is a demand at home

    8. When the quantity of gold and silver imported into any country exceeds the effectual demand, no vigilance of government can prevent their exportation

    9. The variety of goods, of which the importation into Great Britain is prohibited, either absolutely, or under certain circumstances, greatly exceeds what can easily be suspected by those who are not well acquainted with the laws of the customs

    10. Though the importation of sugar exceeds a good deal what is necessary for the home consumption, the excess is inconsiderable, in comparison of what it used to be in tobacco

    11. Not only its value far exceeds what the capitals of a few private men are capable of purchasing; but, supposing they were capable of purchasing it, the manner in which it is produced renders this purchase altogether impracticable

    12. Among the enumerated commodities which can be sent to no other market but Great Britain, there are several of which the quantity exceeds very much the consumption of Great Britain, and of which, a part, therefore, must be exported to other countries

    13. Among nations of hunters, as there is scarce any property, or at least none that exceeds the value of two or three days labour ; so there is seldom any established magistrate, or any regular administration of justice

    14. Where there is no property, or at least none that exceeds the value of two or three days labour, civil government is not so necessary

    15. In a country where the market rate of interest seldom exceeds three per cent

    16. £2,876,685: 9 : 0 A sum which exceeds the

    17. I could not find out for what supposed reason the gods require this sacrifice, but as the offspring of most African women exceeds this number, many hundreds of innocent babes must be yearly killed

    18. Your question on Saturday, how does an individual reconcile the Reincarnation of Jesus Christ with diverse Peoples and Cultures who knew or knew Him not, far exceeds my capacity to explain although I would like to give it a try

    19. Even accidental effects or chance cannot occur in a vacuum, which exceeds the possibilities of Nothingness

    20. An MVP candidate should be properly considered in relation to his or her supporting cast or (incremental) value whose overall value marginally exceeds all other values considered separately and whose (own) remarkable value (or contribution) is otherwise conspicuous by its presence or absence

    21. Inflation occurs when the (marginal) increase in consumer spending (Demand) exceeds the (marginal) increase in the production of goods and services (Supply); that is to say, more dollars chasing fewer goods and services

    22. Addendum to the above: Although I am not entirely certain that Reason is an actual component of Intelligence, there is no denying its (practical) value that oftentimes exceeds the highest intellectual powers

    23. How could they have properly imagined how things would subsequently play out? Such was/is the inevitable outcome whenever parents, lacking proper perspective; that is to say, an appropriate level of giving (that oftentimes exceeds their means), subsequently choose the ―safer‖ path of least resistance by giving more rather than less

    24. proportionate to its intended purpose and that it is only excessive where its authority exceeds the limits delegated to some predetermined end

    25. Such characteristics precede a universal fellowship that, however vaguely uncertain, exceeds the salient features that normally sustains the Whole in a manner that seeks to promote natural rather than artificial solutions to its social commitments

    26. In addition, the pay to federal employees in Washington DC far exceeds that paid in the states

    27. prosperity exceeds the fame which I heard

    28. until I came, and mine eyes had seen it, and note, the one half of the greatness of your wisdom was not told me, for you exceeds the

    29. Although I have always dreamt of government conspiracies, the doctor's story exceeds my fantasies

    30. One quarter of the world's coal reserves are found within the United States, and the energy content of the nation's coal resources exceeds that of all the world's known recoverable oil

    31. is, that when the extra contribution you put in exceeds the output

    32. Mostly because of my association with others whose greatness far exceeds my own, and whose love and friendship I treasure above all else

    33. 20 For I tell you that unless your righteousness exceeds that of the Scribes and Pharisees there is no way you will enter into the Kingdom of Heaven

    34. 5:3-39 The poor in spirit are blessed because theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven; those who cry are blessed because they shall be comforted; the meek are blessed because they shall inherit the Earth; those who are hungry and thirst after righteousness are blessed because they shall be filled; the merciful are blessed because they shall obtain mercy; the pure in heart are blessed because they shall see God; the peacemakers are blessed because they shall be called the children of God; those who are persecuted for righteousness’ sake are blessed because theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven; anyone is blessed when men revile you and persecute you for my sake and when they say all kinds of evil against you falsely; rejoice and be exceeding glad because great is your reward in Heaven because in that way they persecuted the prophets who were before you; you are the salt of the Earth but how shall it be resalted if the salt has lost its saltiness? therefore it is good for nothing except to be thrown out and trodden under the feet of men; You are the light of the world; a city that is set on a hill cannot be hidden neither do men light a candle and put it under a basket but on a candlestick and it gives light to all who are in the house; Let your light so shine before men so that they may see your good works and glorify your Father who is in Heaven; Do not think that I have come to destroy the law or the prophets; I have not come to destroy but to fulfil because truly I say to you until Heaven and Earth pass away one dot or stroke shall not in any way pass away from the law until everything is fulfilled therefore whoever will break one of the least of these commandments and so teach men shall be called the least in the Kingdom of Heaven; but whoever shall do and teach them shall be called great in the Kingdom of Heaven because I say to you that unless your righteousness exceeds the righteousness of the Scribes and Pharisees you shall in no way enter into the Kingdom of Heaven

    35. Employer-paid education benefits are considered taxable income to the taxpayer if the amount exceeds $5,250 in a year, unless it is considered a ‘working condition fringe benefit,’ or a benefit that the employee could have deducted if that employee had paid for it

    36. When the EITC exceeds the amount of taxes owed, it can result in a refund check

    37. beneficial care appropriate for the patient (the benefit to the patient significantly exceeds the

    38. define beneficial care appropriate for the patient (the benefit to the patient significantly exceeds

    39. around Earth exceeds the galactic halo density significantly and is much higher than

    40. the Earth [1, 2] exceeds the galactic halo density significantly

    41. since the strength of the electromagnetic force exceeds many times the gravit-

    42. The new game is called Socialutions and it is about adopting a new philosophy about how businesses can not only improve the satisfaction of all the people it serves but rather exceeds “the people” expectations and turns all the people into its PR machine fueling win/win relationships

    43. Socialutions is about adopting a management method that ensures a business of worth to its stakeholders and a business that exceeds expected levels of satisfaction by people

    44. the economy exceeds 7% of the population, the High

    45. Can an artisan make a creation that exceeds himself as a creation? Can our mind comprehend the vast Universe? Will we ever have omniscience? We can either stress ourselves to solve these impossible questions or we can embrace the evolutionary path of knowledge and just try to solve the next logical question for the step we are at

    46. Two Buddhas have little to say to one another; the beauty of reality exceeds that which can be conveyed through voice

    47. Now if your message exceeds this limit, its very aggravating to have to

    48. pick the next partner that exceeds all the partners up until that point, this gives you a 37% of picking your best mate, which is the highest certainty you can guarantee for yourself, according to this

    49. В when the currency exceeds the previous highs

    50. A buying signal is generated when the price exceeds the upper (+100) line, and a selling signal occurs when the price dips under the lower (-100)

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