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    1. “We must go after this Sir no matter what happens because this will precede another counterattack”, he said this I could hear the shrapnel pattering down like hailstone on a tin roof

    2. 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

    3. “That wasn’t funny,” he muttered as he opened the door for me to precede him outside

    4. So what if the apes did precede our complicated choreography with a lesser one?

    5. precede you and you may have more projects that you know what to do with in a

    6. traverse both ways, influencing each other; even denial of an expectation may precede that

    7. Still others have noticed that specific cravings tend to precede their

    8. before she could reach for the handle and opened the diner door, allowing her to precede

    9. before me indicating they should precede me

    10. And it is good for such study to precede prayer

    11. 5 All were agreed that some drastic purging or purifying discipline would of necessity precede the establishment of the new kingdom on earth

    12. " But it was a difficult task to persuade these Galilean fishermen that, in the kingdom, being righteous, by faith, must precede doing righteousness in the daily life of the mortals of earth

    13. He made no move to touch me, just stepped aside so I could precede him onto the graveled paths that circled the barracks

    14. 4 Before leaving Bethlehem for the last time, the Master made arrangements for them all to join him in the united effort which was to precede the ending of his earth career in the flesh

    15. Others thought that this was merely a special occasion which was to precede the regular Passover celebration


    17. There are numerous signs that will precede the Mahdi, a

    18. Did language precede music or the other way around? Maybe they both occurred around the same time

    19. As one of the movie characters, albeit not a true primary one, and due to her knowledge of the Japanese language, she had been designated by Marvel Studios to go help spice up the movie’s premiere in Japan, which would precede the various North American premieres by a week

    20. The six reconnaissance P-38s of Captain Avery, which will be armed with two bombs each for this occasion, will precede closely the TBFs to draw enemy fire away from our torpedo planes

    21. but in reality it is but the beginning of the Sufi life, for those intuitions and other things which precede it are, so to speak, but the porch by which they enter

    22. Looking at her watch, she saw that Sunrise was only one hour away: the ideal, traditional time to start an artillery barrage meant to precede an attack at dawn

    23. In Nancy’s history, you played a major part in the design of the SR-71, so what you will be doing now is in reality to precede your own footsteps

    24. Starting with the warning that there will be false Christ’s he then speaks of the wars that will precede the end of the age:

    25. you try and separate the event out so that the living are raptured at the start of the tribulation and the dead in Christ are raised at the first resurrection at the end of the tribulation, then what do you do with the verse that clearly says that the living will not precede the dead in Christ with regards to this event? If we dig down and think through the implications then pre-trib rapture really does

    26. of changes in these ratios that precede future growth

    27. Third, have dedicated fighter-bombers precede the bombers by a couple of minutes, so that they could eliminate or soften up in advance the enemy anti-aircraft guns around the objective

    28. Some say the Rapture will precede the tribulation, and the

    29. Sheila’s mission and to precede her mission in same organized and speedy manner as she did

    30. okay to precede with this new information

    31. Thought should precede action

    32. It is probable that there is not one who obeys then all, and certainly no one obeys the four which immediately precede the Communion Service

    33. rather than precede the noun to which they apply

    34. They approached the stairs and he swept his hand, indicating she should precede him

    35. He alone will reveal it at the appointed time": none knows its appointed time, I am no other than an informant, I know nothing about its time, but there are indications that precede it

    36. Therefore, the Almighty has informed us, on the tongue of His messenger, of the indications or the signs that precede this Hour so that we may correct our conduct and return to the path of goodness, then we revert to our religion and believe in Al'lah and His messenger, thereupon, He will bestow on us His mighty help and change our fears to safety, our hardship to ease, and our weakness to might, and by then, we can help our brothers of mankind to follow the straight path so as to enjoy the life of ease, happiness, cordiality and peace under the wing of the merciful messenger, and we shall all live in and enjoy a real paradise in this life as brothers, sons of our father Adam and our mother Hawwa' (peace is through them), then Al'lah will give us victory over the unbelievers not for robbing their wealth or humbling them unjustly, as some states do nowadays, but to liberate them from the shackles of material and desires, or more comprehensively, to report to them the divine message so as to enjoy the taste of freedom, justice, and happiness, and by that, we get our recompense from God, the Almighty

    37. The signs or indications that precede the occurrence of the Hour are many, so we shall mention from them those which have been reported in the Holy Qur'an and have actually been realized

    38. Once she was safely balanced on the padded sticks, Joel motioned for her to precede him from the room, and ushered her out into the hallway

    39. We have come to know that thinking is a spiritual process, that vision and imagination precede action and event — that the day of the dreamer has come

    40. You are, without doubt, correct in stating that Carlyle’s attitude of hatred of the bad was not conducive toward his own best development; on the other hand, what should be the attitude toward the giant evils of the day, such as war, graft, murder, vice, theft and the like? Is it not often true that a tearing down, a clearing away of the brush piles, so to speak, must precede constructive work?

    41. is identical with that of thenominative and must precede the other, the second assumes thenominative form"

    42. He opened the door and waited for her to precede him

    43. And she thanked heaven that she herself had no innocent boys liable to be picked up, nor that which must, or should, precede innocent boys, a husband; for husbands too, she understood, were liable to become entangled in predatory female activities

    44. Like I said at the top of this guide, I wasn't sure whether stocking should precede tank, or the

    45. At the turn of the stairs, where the gong was, Miss Entwhistle stood aside and let Chesterton precede her

    46. Back home in the United States she used to savor the week that would precede fall,

    47. There studies would expand your awareness of higher level of consciousness, reaffirm the reality of higher realm, of life’s continuation, of death as a doorway to another existence, and beliefs about rhe worlds that precede your conception and entry into this physical world

    48. must precede its manifestation

    49. trusted, but faith or trust must precede the demonstration

    50. precede further into space by reading time than what their limitations and their equipment handicap them

    1. Tahlmute stood up and preceded him back up toward the house, but went between the house roots and across his marshaling yard while doostEr stopped at the shop under the roots for his measure and level

    2. Most adjectives have the positive degree, the comparative degree followed by ‘ than’ to compare 2 things, and the superlative degree preceded by ‘ the’ to compare more than 2 things

    3. The Bow Posture may be preceded by the Stomach Balance which is the very simplest of the backward bending exercises for the relief of backache

    4. One was about Harry's height and build, but for those puppyish hands and feet, which so endeared him to Jameson, back home, the other lad was shorter and thicker, and walked with an air of superiority which nearly preceded him into the room

    5. reputation had preceded him and it seemed that everyone

    6. The fall of Italy preceded the conquest of Peru

    7. A pause of silence preceded by a split-second the leap with which it appeared

    8. The rest were mere objects of vulgar wonder and curiosity ; some reeds of an extraordinary size, some birds of a very beautiful plumage, and some stuffed skins of the huge alligator and manati ; all of which were preceded by six or seven of the wretched natives, whose singular colour and appearance added greatly to the novelty of the show

    9. We must add to it, in particular, the whole expense of the late war, and a great part of that of the war which preceded it

    10. As we reached the trench we were hailed as conquering heroes and it was obvious that the story of the Turkish attack had preceded us

    11. It reminded me of the two other stars that preceded miraculous events

    12. " As he considered this sentence, he was intrigued by the fact that the definite article “the” preceded the first mention of “God” in the verse, but not the second

    13. Had silver risen considerably in its value, as it seems to have done in the course of the two centuries which preceded the discovery of the mines of America, the constancy of the valuation might have proved very oppressive to the landlord

    14. The crack of lightning preceded it, sounding as though it hit one of the trees in the courtyard

    15. Everywhere Johnny went, his reputation preceded him

    16. An accent occurs when i or u is preceded or followed by another vowel:

    17. The Scriptures inform us that the Word preceded the Creation and that the ―Word was Good‖

    18. Any plan followed by the letter ‘B’, usually is preceded by a plan A

    19. Bert was in the Lafayette Escadrille, he was in the Escadrille Americain, which preceded it, yet if he caused problems for historians, he also caused a few other problems, and diplomatic headaches, along the way

    20. He was grateful for the warnings given by those who preceded him and they made it through in the nick of time

    21. The Nuremberg trial of the Nazi hierarchy continued to hold top place in Stars and Stripes, Life and Newsweek, as well as the newsreels that preceded every movie

    22. Because, it is theorized, that the last warming took place over the longest span of time of all the glacial retreats, the destruction of the environment that preceded it has been the most complete

    23. The first move took me through the story of Joseph that preceded the Exodus by approximately 450 years

    24. More importantly, it contained items, under various headings, about an age that preceded my magazine source by enough centuries that there would have been little new information come to light about that subject since the encyclopedia’s date of publication

    25. The article’s quick synopsis of the history that had preceded that most important Shi’ite date added two others, when Mohammed had died in AD 632 and when he had started his real estate acquisitions in AD 625

    26. That wondering that usually preceded attempting to do something different; that remembering of what had gone before; that seeing something that wasn’t exactly there

    27. Then the Human Accelerator Region (HAR1) accelerated leaving that ancestor of ours as well as our simian cousins in a similar dustbin of time to that which so many others had preceded it to, as archaeology has also uncovered

    28. What, if anything, preceded Man’s attempt to envision some Essence, before a first “Animal Spirit” presence, is at this juncture, unassailably beyond common memory, and possibly discovery

    29. Midnight had just preceded and left time to tick with no interruption

    30. If looks could kill, Ian would have preceded Terry to the Pearly Gates

    31. They said that it was usually preceded by a huge die off of rats and seemed to come in more than one form

    32. and is preceded by an old fashioned Texas

    33. What was curious to him as he paced around his study dictating memos and writing emails, was that there had been no voices whatsoever, no hint of his condition returning or static from any electrical items placed around him which usually preceded the cruel spouting of hatred

    34. • Any of the above preceded or followed by a digit (e

    35. A hashtag is simply a relevant word, phrase, or series of characters preceded by the # symbol that helps to categorize messages or tweets, organize conversations and search for specific topics

    36. What you won't get are completely irrelevant tweets that say "I lost my wallet yesterday" because "lost" in this context isn't preceded by the hash tag, and only others who are interested in the TV show will likely be using the same hashtag

    37. That year, this foray into the islands was a welcome exit from the mainland of Venice at a time when it was being invaded by thousands upon thousands of youngsters from all over Europe who gathered for Pink Floyd’s concert (of sad memory to the Venetians) that preceded an almost full hour of fire-works which annually announce the celebration of the Feast of the Redeemer

    38. He acts as an Imperial President ----- rejecting what has been to those who preceded him --- as responsibilities accepted as ‘solemn duties’

    39. John von Blum may have preceded him, or worked alongside

    40. Admiral Payne preceded Admiral McGarrah

    41. The material shows that the IRS audit of Judicial Watch was preceded by written complaints from the White House and prominent Democratic

    42. Prior to examining the Revolution in any detail, we need to look at the conditions that preceded it

    43. state of mind that preceded new memories and flashbacks

    44. It was considered such an improvement over what preceded it, that it is still the basis of French law

    45. followed or preceded it

    46. Has preceded it

    47. An occasional slow rolling of thunder could be heard coming from somewhere out of the north, all the more startling for not being able to see the lightning flash that should have preceded the far-off rolling growl

    48. As they approached it, a sentry of the Atoning in a white and gold uniform closed the Plane door, reset the sapphire to the address of the crater floor, re-opened it, and preceded them through into bright early afternoon sunshine

    49. From the shattered island, the three killer tidal waves, preceded by several lesser ones, rolled out in an ever-expanding ring in all directions

    50. They arrived at the palace only nominally under the guard who preceded them up the great steps

    1. Suffering precedes the glory

    2. In that original state of things which precedes both the appropriation of land and the accumulation of stock, the whole produce of labour belongs to the labourer

    3. An acre of potatoes is cultivated with less expense than an acre of wheat; the fallow, which generally precedes the sowing of wheat, more than compensating the hoeing and other extraordinary culture which is always given to potatoes

    4. In the progress of improvements, the period at which every particular sort of animal food is dearest, must naturally be that which immediately precedes the general practice of cultivating land for the sake of raising it

    5. It is otherwise in the barbarous societies, as they are commonly called, of hunters, of shepherds, and even of husbandmen in that rude state of husbandry which precedes the improvement of manufactures, and the extension of foreign commerce

    6. In that rude state of society which precedes the extension of commerce and the improvement of manufactures ; when those expensive luxuries, which commerce and manufactures can alone introduce, are altogether unknown ; the person who possesses a large revenue, I have endeavoured to show in the third book of this Inquiry, can spend or enjoy that revenue in no other way than by maintaining nearly as many people as it can maintain

    7. found in Ruth Chapter 4, verse 17! Reading the biblical text in Ruth, that precedes this

    8. way of outgoing (pravritti) necessarily precedes the way of re-

    9. This title is misread as 'Jasher', and at some point Jasher is treated as a proper name; however the pronoun 'the' (Hebrew 'ha') never precedes proper names

    10. Love precedes creation

    11. act, for destruction precedes creation

    12. Laughter sometimes precedes conviction

    13. First the trumpet blasts of warning issued from the porch back in dream-six, and now judgment precedes from it

    14. always precedes a second birth and a higher type of beauty

    15. texes in the physical-etheric body of a human being precedes the construc-

    16. All our actions have a purpose or intent — a thought that precedes the action and a result that follows the action — sometimes called the fruit of action

    17. A vision always precedes reality; it is never the other

    18. Your reputation precedes you

    19. And the prince’s reputation precedes him

    20. My eyelids began to droop and the warmth of the night slowly turned into a soft buzz in my head, the sort of sound that so often precedes the sudden slip into sleep

    21. certainly have a reputation for needing romance and "foreplay"-a term that indicares something not to be taken seriously, something that precedes real sex

    22. How deceitful is the intellectual pride that precedes the spiritual downfall! My friend of many years, who even now eats my bread, will be willing to betray me, even as he now dips his hand with me in the dish

    23. Unable to stand the inactivity, she started screaming, her fists pounding the windows, her mind now gripped in total panic that precedes the coming of death

    24. gnu improved – probably a reference in a foreign language since the noun precedes the adjective, referring to an animal that should be healthier

    25. the operator precedes the variable; and as a postfix, (var++), where the operator follows the variable

    26. precedes the modern galaxies and clusters

    27. The mind precedes all things, the mind dominates all things, the mind creates all things

    28. Your legend precedes itself

    29. precedes divine unity and usually follows it

    30. of all that precedes the alarm,

    31. In this display, the number that precedes “X” is beta, while the other number is alpha

    32. which weighs heavy as we contemplate the emptiness that precedes our

    33. The fundamentals of subspace communications precedes the invention of

    34. Again, we can agree that everything existing in this moment is shaped by what precedes it

    35. Of note is the fact that neurological involvement precedes the anemia

    36. the prophecy that precedes these verses

    37. The first Resurrection - Precedes the 1000 year rule of Christ on the earth

    38. She often recalled Abbot Francis quoting an age-old Eastern proverb as they spoke together once in his sunlit office: “Confusion precedes enlightenment

    39. Hell precedes further down to ignite monsters, demons, dragon, Allah and the stars of philosophies marked with recognition, namely in synthesis trying to drive an uprise to go totally wild

    40. In fact, the Karmapa line precedes that of

    41. The 20th century branch of philosophy which stresses that since “existence precedes essence”

    42. Waiter precedes the same very to clear other soiled plates

    43. The verb usually precedes the subject in the Torah narratives, as in Genesis 1:1:

    44. It is my understanding that if the subject is to be emphasized, the subject precedes the

    45. In enlightenment, willing precedes act, but without the following act there was no enlightenment

    46. It is these impressions of love as feeling which precedes its cognition

    47. “I see my presence precedes me, again

    48. Until I began to learn another language, the idea had never crossed my mind that in some languages the noun precedes the adjective and must also agree with the gender

    49. The vision always precedes; and itself determines the realization

    50. Here we have a vision of the law, we see “cause and effect,” we see that thought necessarily precedes and determines action

    1. Obliterate that and then claim some land for themselves, plant their seed and begin their advance across the planet, as they had done across Asia in the preceding centuries

    2. contained in the preceding verses, Adam and Eve both sinned, but Adam was not

    3. She remembered the preceding Nightday and realized that exercise wasn't what she wanted

    4. frequently as James and Thomas over the preceding days,

    5. How far this invention has restored that free circulation of labour, which the preceding

    6. But in the twelve years preceding 1764 including that year, the average price of the same measure of the best wheat at the same market was £ 2:1:9½d

    7. In the first twelve years of the last century, therefore, wheat appears to have been a good deal cheaper, and butcher's meat a good deal dearer, than in the twelve years preceding 1764, including that year

    8. It therefore ordains, that all servants and labourers should, for the future, be contented with the same wages and liveries (liveries in those times signified not only clothes, but provisions) which they had been accustomed to receive in the 20th year of the king, and the four preceding years; that, upon this account, their livery-wheat should nowhere be estimated higher than tenpence a-bushel, and that it should always be in the option of the master to deliver them either the wheat or the money

    9. But in the manuscripts from which all the different editions of the statutes, preceding that of Mr Ruffhead, were printed, the copiers had never transcribed this regulation beyond the price of twelve shillings

    10. (the average price of the sixteen years preceding 1637 is £ 3:5s

    11. cheaper than it had been during the sixty-four last years of the last century; and about nine shillings and sixpence cheaper than it had been during the sixteen years preceding 1636, when the discovery of the abundant mines of America may be supposed to have produced its full effect ; and about one shilling cheaper than it had been in the twenty-six years preceding 1620, before that discovery can well be supposed to have produced its full effect

    12. In 1749, accordingly, Mr Pelham, at that time prime minister, observed to the house of commons, that, for the three years preceding, a very extraordinary sum had been paid as bounty for the exportation of corn

    13. He will find there, too, the particular account of the preceding ten years, of which the average is likewise below, though not so much below, the general average of the sixty-four first years of the century

    14. These twenty years preceding 1750 may very well be set in opposition to the twenty preceding 1770

    15. As to the price of corn itself, it has, during the sixty-four first years of the present century, and before the late extraordinary course of bad seasons, been somewhat lower than it was during the sixty-four last years of the preceding century

    16. This diminution of price has, in the course of the present and preceding century, been most remarkable in those manufactures of which the materials are the coarser metals

    17. Only the new reality exists, the preceding one is wholly obliterated

    18. Isn't life a perpetual conflict, anyway? (Those appalled by my views on life should revisit the preceding pages of this book)

    19. To reduce very much the number of his servants, to reform his table from great profusion to great frugality, to lay down his equipage after he has once set it up, are changes which cannot escape the observation of his neighbours, and which are supposed to imply some acknowledgment of preceding bad conduct

    20. In Europe, for example, it is supposed, without much foundation, perhaps, that during the course of the present and preceding century, they have been constantly, but gradually, sinking in their value, on account of the continual importations from the Spanish West Indies

    21. The first exploit of every new reign was commonly to seize the treasure of the preceding king, as the most essential measure for securing the succession

    22. The capricious ambition of kings and ministers has not, during the present and the preceding century, been more fatal to the repose of Europe, than the impertinent jealousy of merchants and manufacturers

    23. Whoever examines, with attention, the history of the dearths and famines which have afflicted any part of Europe during either the course of the present or that of the two preceding centuries, of several of which we have pretty exact accounts, will find, I believe, that a dearth never has arisen from any combination among the inland dealers in corn, nor from any other cause but a real scarcity, occasioned sometimes, perhaps, and in some particular places, by the waste of war, but in by far the greatest number of cases by the fault of the seasons; and that a famine has never arisen from any other cause but the violence of government attempting, by improper means, to remedy the inconveniencies of a dearth

    24. The great cheapness of corn in the years immediately preceding the establishment of the bounty may, perhaps with reason, be ascribed in some measure to the operation of this statute of Charles II

    25. It was upon this account, that during the ten or twelve years immediately preceding the late reformation of the gold coin, the annual coinage amounted, at an average, to more than £850,000

    26. The colonies of the Dorians resorted chiefly to Italy and Sicily, which, in the times preceding the foundation of Rome, were inhabited by barbarous and uncivilized nations; those of the Ionians and Aeolians, the two other great tribes of the Greeks, to Asia Minor and the islands of the Aegean sea, of which the inhabitants sewn at that time to have been pretty much in the same state as those of Sicily and Italy

    27. So in the preceding chapter, we’ve spoken about Squeeze Page design, including the component parts and what each part does

    28. He looked around and realized where he was as the memory of the preceding day filtered back into his brain

    29. However, as we have demonstrated in the preceding chapters - there are many issues which make it incorrect to accept Evolution as factual

    30. It is like looking for a specific hidden word and once an ELS for that word is found, to see if it forms part of a sentence that consists of additional words, following or preceding the word, at the same letter skip

    31. Due to such conditions/considerations as those preceding, what the economy is really missing is commercial loan activity; in other words, a willingness by corporate boards to part with cash

    32. But, of course, he did not see her, and no friendly face comforted him preceding the fight

    33. I told him everything, the call to Jocko preceding the chase, the chase itself, the

    34. Provided that the acquisition of (new) knowledge is properly assimilated and that individuals are mindful of what history has taught them, a society should acquire certain advantages over preceding generations

    35. The underlying premise of the Word preceding Creation, I believe, is

    36. Nevertheless, it was the Word, the Holy Spirit, if you will, that, preceding the coming of Christ, inspired ―Christian‖ Attitudes, on some level at least, among the more ―civilized‖ cultures

    37. The sixties injected narrow and intolerant viewpoints, uninformed ideologies that sought shatter core-values and social customs by discrediting traditional conventions, unlike preceding generations that sought to establish their own unique identity within the conventional framework of existing social and cultural traditions

    38. God could not occasion His own existence because such would imply (a) causation preceding His existence

    39. The next photo - still half-covered by the preceding one - brought a surge of adrenaline shooting through his body

    40. The German manager, Herr Braun, a ruddy-cheeked rotund individual whose access to the factory’s output had undoubtedly helped him avoid the decline in nutrition experienced by others in the population in the preceding years, reacted cagily to Colling’s inquiry

    41. Neither the preceding nor succeeding texts seems to reveal much about how this practice got started

    42. Language like that in the preceding quote seemed to me more like one of those borrowings that I have referred to earlier, whose basis was more akin to mythological folklore

    43. The John of Patmos and the John of the letters preceding the Revelation in most Bibles appears to me to be the same

    44. 12–14, 1518) and refused to recant a sentence…which Cajetan interpreted as implying a rejection of the teaching authority of the pope…He [Luther] undertook historical studies and concluded that the authority which was claimed in the Roman church for the papacy could be supported only by Papal decretals of the preceding four centuries

    45. And how could they learn, save by bitter experience for which, in this instance, unfortunate Aunt Martha had paid? The preceding Monday Mr

    46. They knew Lida slightly, having met her once or twice the preceding summer when they had gone down the harbour with the Blythes

    47. And that’s not all, when we consulted the hospital and checked my dad’s bed-records, it stated that in the week preceding the signature date and on the day of the signature, my dad was “confused”, “hallucinating”, “not himself”, “did not know who he was” and kept falling out of bed, walking around in a daze…

    48. This means: If you have a number of versus which portrays a certain teaching throughout scripture, you cannot take one verse, completely out of context, to nullify or wipe out all the preceding verses

    49. think about the formation and dependency of each term with its preceding term

    50. But 1,11,111,1111 etc are each of the preceding term

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