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    1. and multiplied, infecting the young and the old, the rich and the


    2. Towers of flame multiplied from one tree to the next, consuming everything within their path


    3. Though all the cattle of the European colonies in America were originally carried from Europe, they soon multiplied so much there, and became of so little value, that even horses were allowed to run wild in the woods, without any owner thinking it worth while to claim them


    4. Only a few more step remained before they were upon the Dark Lords, their numbers had greatly multiplied in only a matter of moments


    5. When multiplied, therefore, to an unnecessary number, they may in a particular year consume so great a share of this produce, as not to leave a sufficiency for maintaining the productive labourers, who should reproduce it next year


    6. So far is it from being necessary either to tax them, or to restrict their numbers, that they can never be multiplied so as to hurt the public, though they may so as to hurt one another


    7. All the different states of ancient Greece possessed, each of them, but a very small territory; and when the people in anyone of them multiplied beyond what that territory could easily maintain, a part of them were sent in quest of a new habitation, in some remote and distant part of the world ; the warlike neighbours who surrounded them on all sides, rendering it difficult for any of them to enlarge very much its territory at home


    8. creative power of thought is multiplied many times when


    9. Interlopers multiplied upon them; and towards the end of the reign of Charles II


    10. Put differently – the force with which the objects attract each other will be multiplied by 16 or the inverse of (¼), squared
















































































    1. 17 For he breaks me with a furious storm, and multiplies my wounds without cause


    2. 16 Therefore does Job open his mouth in vain; he multiplies words without knowledge


    3. 12 He who is not wise will not be taught, but there is wisdom that multiplies bitterness


    4. as his creatures; 65 And that he is bountiful, for he is ready to give where it needs; 66 And that he is of great mercy, for he multiplies


    5. Yet the multiverse idea also breaks Ockham's razor, because it multiplies the number of assumptions needed to explain the original problem


    6. 62 I answered then and said I know Lord that the most High is called merciful in that he has mercy on those who are not yet come into the world 63 And on those also that turn to his law; 64 And that he is patient and long suffers those who have sinned as his creatures; 65 And that he is bountiful for he is ready to give where it needs; 66 And that he is of great mercy for he multiplies more and more mercies to them that are present and that are past and also to those who are to come; 67 For if he shall not multiply his mercies the world would not continue with those who inherit in it


    7. God in His goodness multiplies the


    8. blessing of the Lord that multiplies our resources, so that needs


    9. I am endeavouring to show to my countrymen that violent non-cooperation only multiplies evil and that as evil can only be sustained by violence, withdrawal of support for evil requires complete abstention from violence


    10. The nation of Israel multiplies in the relative safe conditions of Goshen


























    1. Start to multiply it


    2. Great Witness and Lawmaker and He will multiply the power of life in you


    3. "True," Thom said, "but if you multiply by the number of samples it would take to cover the whole sphere around Sol, we can see that none of the impactors need to come from the Kuiper Belt


    4. The hands, on the contrary, would, in this case, naturally multiply beyond their employment


    5. As men, like all other animals, naturally multiply in proportion to the means of their subsistence, food is always more or less in demand


    6. These, though they do not increase in the same proportion as corn, which is altogether the acquisition of human industry, yet multiply under the care and protection of men, who store up in the season of plenty what may maintain them in that of scarcity ; who, through the whole year, furnish them with a greater quantity of food than uncultivated nature provides for them; and who, by destroying and extirpating their enemies, secure them in the free enjoyment of all that she provides


    7. We do not, however, upon this account, imagine that those coarse metals are likely to multiply beyond the demand, or to become gradually cheaper and cheaper


    8. The first comprehends those which it is scarce in the power of human industry to multiply at all


    9. The second, those which it can multiply in proportion to the demand


    10. These prices were not the effects of the low value of silver in those times, but of the high value of such rarities and curiosities as human industry could not multiply at pleasure
















































































    1. That of the third, though its natural tendency is to rise in the progress of improvement, yet in the same degree of improvement it may sometimes happen even to fall, sometimes to continue the same, and sometimes to rise more or less, according as different accidents render the efforts of human industry, in multiplying this sort of rude produce, more or less successful


    2. Without a second thought, the elf child moved on to the next god – for suddenly the number of beings covered in blue flames were multiplying in the back of the procession


    3. In multiplying this sort of rude produce, therefore, the efficacy of human industry is not only limited, but uncertain


    4. In multiplying another very important sort of rude produce, the quantity of fish that is brought to market, it is likewise both limited and uncertain


    5. ) Now, envision multiplying the


    6. The idea of the possibility of multiplying paper money to almost any extent was the real foundation of what is called the Mississippi scheme, the most extravagant project, both of banking and stock-jobbing, that perhaps the world ever saw


    7. The judges, indeed, might in this case, be under the temptation of multiplying unnecessarily the proceedings upon every cause, in order to increase, as much as possible, the produce of such a stamp-duty


    8. Peter went inside to the toilet and Jack stared at the multiplying


    9. She couldn’t have been more delighted to discover our guest was well on her way to multiplying


    10. Needless to say, property prices for any Mars accommodation were multiplying by the day













































































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