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Frasi con precipitate (in inglese)

  1. Crawford had been too precipitate.
  2. A starchy paste will precipitate in the water.
  3. This in all likelihood will precipitate as a whale of a headache.
  4. Furthermore, his reaction was bound to precipitate various biometric warnings.
  5. The Cuban will not hear of forcible annexation; it will precipitate insurrection.

  6. Russia has cautioned the US not to precipitate the world into a nuclear conflict.
  7. Heavy exertion may precipitate miliaria, which is aggravated by sunburn and eczema.
  8. I burned with rage to pursue the murderer of my peace and precipitate him into the ocean.
  9. Nitrate of silver produced a white precipitate so copious, that the solution was thick with it.
  10. An individual, through redundancy of zombie-armification, can precipitate a systems-wide fadpeding.
  11. He did not precipitate confusion by the presentation of truth too far beyond their capacity to comprehend.
  12. But reason returned to me, and I was persuaded that this action could only precipitate a possible catastrophe.
  13. Forgive me, he begged, becoming at once as grave as she; I have been too precipitate and have hurt you.
  14. And what you have enabled to emerge are the myndforms that will either avoid or precipitate the Immortality Wars.
  15. In a crisis environment, you need a rationing economy, for any shortage can precipitate a catastrophic cascade failure.

  16. This precipitate, evidently an oxyd of a metal, being collected on a filter and dried, exhibited the following properties.
  17. It’s a sad movie that will inflame people against Bush and Cheney and their cronies and precipitate more than a few tears.
  18. The solution 1, diluted largely with water, deposited an abundant white precipitate, which was very heavy and rapidly subsided.
  19. Baldwin Brown has himself supplied the warning against precipitate judgment on germs, which is applicable in the case before us.
  20. I didn’t know it as I sat in the lobby in India absorbing the news, but Ben’s arrival would precipitate a professional crisis.
  21. Remarkable, even at the dreaded Paris-Orly, to feel oneself precipitate out of ten thousand other people, merely by refusing the rush.
  22. This was redissolved in a small quantity of pure rain water, and prussiate of potash added to it, without occasioning any precipitate.
  23. Thus, high Vitamin C intakes (above 750 mg) may precipitate the formation of calcium-oxalate kidney stones, in susceptible individuals.
  24. I know, sir, that there are men who condemn the conduct of the President in issuing the proclamation; and why? They say he was precipitate.
  25. Stating 'No senior military commander can expect his soldiers to lay down their lives for victory and then precipitate defeat by his own hand’.

  26. Therefore, the young woman, finally, decided to take the initiative and precipitate matters, which could not possibly be allowed to drag on any further.
  27. To the filtered solution, reduced by evaporation, carbonate of potash was added, the precipitate was collected on a filter, washed and dried; it weighed 23 parts.
  28. Ah, but he would be well content to precipitate himself over the hill-side once again, as on the evening when he and I first encountered, close to the same spot!.
  29. Sell in May is starting to loom ahead, of course, but again I’m not too sure it will precipitate an exit for me this year – unlike 2010 and for that matter 2008.
  30. But that balance is so precise, that a few teaspoonfuls of antibiotics can precipitate a hyperglycemic episode, or a pain reliever can contribute to a heart attack.
  31. This is their solution to the economic crisis: limit resources, promote over population, permit ecological crisis, create water shortages, and precipitate food collapse.
  32. Do you know what is done then? One does not take the matter ferociously; one does not precipitate himself into the tragic; one does not make one's mind to marriage and M.
  33. The thought uppermost in her mind was that it was my father returned from his expedition, but the cunning of the Thark held her from headlong and precipitate flight to greet him.
  34. That would explain her sudden, overwhelming emotion and those she had had during their last meeting, but she sincerely hoped that nothing grievous were wrong to precipitate such feelings.
  35. America did not precipitate the events leading up to those unprovoked attack(s) on its own Soil! So where‘s the dis-connect? The duties of citizenship are not always conditioned by choice.
  36. Oakley's mission was immediately after the British Government was apprised of the precipitate retreat of Sir John Moore's army from Spain, and the fortune escape of the remains of it from Corunna.
  37. When hot water was employed, and the process was completed in two or three hours, the appearance of the precipitate was very different, the congeries being smaller, irregular, and not well defined.
  38. By a rapid movement, which the gendarme's practiced eye had perceived, Dantes sprang forward to precipitate himself into the sea; but four vigorous arms seized him as his feet quitted the bottom of the boat.
  39. It was destined to involve more than one million troops, and it would precipitate an unparalleled crisis for the Allied armies by demonstrating the weakness of American battlefield intelligence at that time.
  40. I am about to precipitate, to sink, to plunge myself into the abyss that is here before me, only to let the world know that while thou dost favour me there is no impossibility I will not attempt and accomplish.
  41. Ongoing acts of doing less than good, can precipitate, pre-empt and predispose Self into acts of further transgressions against Self and others as we become desensitized from the perpetuating destructiveness.
  42. It was obvious that the Kansas City Public Service bondholders were better off to accept temporarily the 3% which could be paid rather than to insist on 6% which could not be paid and thereby precipitate a receivership.
  43. A small portion of this solution, on being tested with nitrate of barytes, gave a copious white precipitate, with oxalic acid, a white cloud; with ammonia, a slight white cloud; with muriatic acid, a slight bluish tinge.
  44. She remembered: There are other beds, my dear! Though nothing she could say that would not precipitate a scene in which he would be sure to remark upon her locked door and the probable connection Ashley had with it.
  45. He wondered uneasily how many chambers in that palace had underground water directly under them, and when the ancient flags or tiles might give way again and precipitate him back into the current from which he had just crawled.
  46. On dissolving it in nitric acid, and applying the muriatic acid till precipitation ceased, the precipitate formed was all redissolved by boiling water; nor, when submitted to cupellation did the lead leave any thing upon the cupel.
  47. Professor Dewey, of William's College, who at my request, has gone through an extensive and elaborate course of experiments, informed me that he obtained a quarter more of the gelatinous precipitate from the former, than from the latter.
  48. The whole tragedy was due to the fact that this man came into our house at a time when an immense abyss had already been dug between us, that frightful tension of mutual hatred, in which the slightest motive sufficed to precipitate the crisis.
  49. To the liquor from which the silex and alumine had thus been separated, acetic acid was added; the whole evaporated to dryness; the excess of acid being removed, a small quantity of water was poured on, and after strong ignition, the precipitate weighed 4.
  50. By allowing it to stand in a large trough, the precipitate, which is principally lime, subsides, and the superincumbent fluid, now an alkaline, instead of an earthy nitrate, is carefully removed and boiled for some time in iron kettles, till it is ready to crystallize.
  51. She would have liked to see him again to present him with her doubts, to speak with him alone, to learn to know him well so that she could be certain that her impulsive decision would not precipitate her into another, more serious one: capitulation in her personal war against her father.
  52. Am I not shunned and hated by all mankind? You, my creator, would tear me to pieces and triumph; remember that, and tell me why I should pity man more than he pities me? You would not call it murder if you could precipitate me into one of those ice-rifts and destroy my frame, the work of your own hands.
  53. Standing in the silence of the stables with a circle of light surrounding him, he churned the possibilities over in his mind along with his recollection of the scene of the unpleasant incident in hopes of igniting some as-yet-unidentified spark that would precipitate the rest of the puzzle becoming more lucid.
  54. The luggage was put on the top, and the man drove them off, the miller and the old waiting-woman expressing some surprise at their precipitate departure, which Clare attributed to his discovery that the mill-work was not of the modern kind which he wished to investigate, a statement that was true so far as it went.
  55. Knowing that may only precipitate further difficulty for him in the strained relationship, she concluded that silence would indeed be golden, especially since he may not appreciate learning that she had been eavesdropping upon them; furthermore, it may fuel his already-burning passion for her which could only place her in an awkward situation.
  56. To those who create themselves wits at the cost of feminine delicacy (a habit of mind which he never did hold with) to them he would concede neither to bear the name nor to herit the tradition of a proper breeding: while for such that, having lost all forbearance, can lose no more, there remained the sharp antidote of experience to cause their insolency to beat a precipitate and inglorious retreat.
  57. As one shake is sufficient to precipitate into crystals a liquid saturated with salt, so at the present time it may be that only the least effort is needed in order that the truth, already revealed to us, should spread among hundreds, thousands, millions of men, and a public opinion become established in conformity with the existing consciousness, and the entire social organization become transformed.
  58. Just as a single shock may be sufficient, when a liquid is saturated with some salt, to precipitate it at once in crystals, a slight effort may be perhaps all that is needed now that the truth already revealed to men may gain a mastery over hundreds, thousands, millions of men, that a public opinion consistent with conscience may be established, and through this change of public opinion the whole order of life may be transformed.
  59. On the one hand there appeared to him to have been attempts made to precipitate the nation into all the evils of naval extravagance, which had been productive of so much mischief in other countries; and, on the other, strongly feeling this mischief, there has existed an unreasonable prejudice against providing such a competent naval protection for our commercial and maritime rights as is demanded by their importance, and as the increased resources of the country amply justify.
  60. Then all is said, the tempest is loosed, stones rain down, a fusillade breaks forth, many precipitate themselves to the bottom of the bank, and pass the small arm of the Seine, now filled in, the timber-yards of the Isle Louviers, that vast citadel ready to hand, bristle with combatants, stakes are torn up, pistol-shots fired, a barricade begun, the young men who are thrust back pass the Austerlitz bridge with the hearse at a run, and the municipal guard, the carabineers rush up, the dragoons ply their swords, the crowd disperses in all directions, a rumor of war flies to all four quarters of Paris, men shout: "To arms!" they run, tumble down, flee, resist.
  61. That the United States should precipitate itself upon the unoffending people of that neighboring colony, unmindful of all previously subsisting amities, because the parent State, three thousand miles distant, had violated some of our commercial rights; that we should march inland, to defend our ships, and seamen; that with raw troops, hastily collected, miserably appointed, and destitute of discipline, we should invade a country defended by veteran forces, at least equal, in point of numbers, to the invading army; that bounty should be offered and proclamations issued, inviting the subjects of a foreign power to treason and rebellion, under the influences of a quarter of the country upon which a retort of the same nature was so obvious, so easy, and, in its consequences, so awful; in every aspect, the design seemed so fraught with danger and disgrace, that it appeared absolutely impossible that it should be seriously entertained.
  62. Well, this man is going to the galleys; it is true, but what the deuce! he has stolen! There is no use in my saying that he has not been guilty of theft, for he has! I remain here; I go on: in ten years I shall have made ten millions; I scatter them over the country; I have nothing of my own; what is that to me? It is not for myself that I am doing it; the prosperity of all goes on augmenting; industries are aroused and animated; factories and shops are multiplied; families, a hundred families, a thousand families, are happy; the district becomes populated; villages spring up where there were only farms before; farms rise where there was nothing; wretchedness disappears, and with wretchedness debauchery, prostitution, theft, murder; all vices disappear, all crimes: and this poor mother rears her child; and behold a whole country rich and honest! Ah! I was a fool! I was absurd! what was that I was saying about denouncing myself? I really must pay attention and not be precipitate about anything.
  1. Sulphurets of the metal, new method of precipitating, xlvii, 193.
  2. Attorney’s office two days ago, precipitating Keith’s panic.
  3. He did not think it was her way of precipitating a final decision.
  4. The Age of Ownership is at a nexus that is precipitating a cascading crisis.
  5. Why there are even rumours of postal services precipitating upon these parts in time.
  6. Passion had supervened and had finished the work of precipitating him into chimaeras without object or bottom.
  7. Instantly there was a rending crash and the jutting ledge gave way, precipitating the pirate back into the court.
  8. Already she’d talked about taking up a vigil by the Natural Bridge in the hope of precipitating Daniel-William’s return.
  9. Instantly the jaws clashed convulsively together, severing the triple-pieced shaft and almost precipitating Conan from his perch.
  10. Nixon had no intention of precipitating a constitutional crisis, which would surely happened had he contested the results of the election.
  11. Each boom starts with displacement (an exogenous shock, akin to Shiller’s precipitating factor) that triggers profit opportunities in some sector.
  12. There was a quick knock on the door, interrupting Higgins and precipitating him to turn slightly just as the door opened, and Graisco charge into the room.
  13. The precipitating manner in which Captain Ahab had quitted the Samuel Enderby of London, had not been unattended with some small violence to his own person.
  14. As always, the bubble would have a rational precipitating factor, but investors should remember that the link between economic growth and equity market returns is quite tenuous (see Chapter 16).
  15. I suspect that their hasty departure is meant as a payback for the pressure they had endured, by throwing us off balance and possibly precipitating an escalation in the fighting between Jews and Arabs there.
  16. The moment the curate heard this he said to himself, God keep thee in his hand, poor Don Quixote, for it seems to me thou art precipitating thyself from the height of thy madness into the profound abyss of thy simplicity.
  17. When Stalin didn’t get his way, he went so far as blockading West Berlin from the other Allies, precipitating the Berlin Airlift in 1948-49 that kept the people of West Berlin supplied, at great expense to the western Allies.
  18. The lowest, cruelest, and worst populace of a city, never without its quantity of low, cruel, and bad, were the directing spirits of the scene: noisily commenting, applauding, disapproving, anticipating, and precipitating the result, without a check.
  19. But there was little honor in the manner in which the conflict dragged on until the withdrawal of American forces in 1973, precipitating the utter defeat of the South and the fall of Saigon in 1975; with Saigon being soon thereafter renamed Ho Chi Minh City by the victorious communists.
  20. How much more complicated and sophisticated creation is then, that it has not yet been fully explained and discovered, with its complex design and order, and cause and effect, from which the world developed and continues to develop precipitating the continued evolution of nature and human life.
  21. To be sure, the hall was so narrow it was fortunate that they had no piano, for one never could have been got in whole, the dining room was so small that six people were a tight fit, and the kitchen stairs seemed built for the express purpose of precipitating both servants and china pell-mell into the coalbin.
  22. In my flight through the kitchen I bid Joseph speed to his master; I knocked over Hareton, who was hanging a litter of puppies from a chair-back in the doorway; and, blest as a soul escaped from purgatory, I bounded, leaped, and flew down the steep road; then, quitting its windings, shot direct across the moor, rolling over banks, and wading through marshes: precipitating myself, in fact, towards the beacon light of the Grange.
  23. In my flight through the kitchen I bid Joseph speed to his master; I knocked over Hareton, who was hanging a litter of puppies from a chair-back in the doorway; and, blessed as a soul escaped from purgatory, I bounded, leaped, and flew down the steep road; then, quitting its windings, shot direct across the moor, rolling over banks, and wading through marshes: precipitating myself, in fact, towards the beacon-light of the Grange.
  24. Thou dost mark well, faithful and trusty squire, the gloom of this night, its strange silence, the dull confused murmur of those trees, the awful sound of that water in quest of which we came, that seems as though it were precipitating and dashing itself down from the lofty mountains of the Moon, and that incessant hammering that wounds and pains our ears; which things all together and each of itself are enough to instil fear, dread, and dismay into the breast of Mars himself, much more into one not used to hazards and adventures of the kind.
  25. Should social ethics, which politics – freedoms and rights – and economics – rules of transaction – are, be based upon an emotion or some rational concept of fair human exchange and rules for dealing with interferences (thwartings) of intentions (liberties)? When an ethic begins to emerge within an individual or a society that is in the process of culturally changing its beliefs, habits and customs, the precipitating cause is the corporate and/or individual feeling or belief that something other is possible, something other can and is becoming.
  1. You have precipitated the game.
  2. We simply precipitated an inevitable war.
  3. Soon a fine powder precipitated into a retort.
  4. Thursday evening the group had precipitated into.
  5. Philander, preceding it, was precipitated upon his back.
  6. Would you kindly explain what precipitated his passing?
  7. Relentless physical abuse had precipitated most of the deaths.
  8. During precipitated withdrawal, the CRF1 antagonist was admi-.
  9. Although the event that precipitated the prayer was not good, the.
  10. Master Kuthumi precipitated many years ago an interior view of the large.
  11. The unwillingness of the garrison to make a stand precipitated coming events.
  12. The actions of the enemy led to, and precipitated, the tragedy of last night.
  13. It is from here and now that the events that precipitated the Sundering were caused.
  14. And as such a pretension it quickly precipitated the social-moral clash of the ages.
  15. All yields, splits, cracks, floats, rolls, falls, jostles, hastens, is precipitated.
  16. Low pH cleaners are used to remove precipitated salts and metals, and alkaline or neutral.
  17. This precipitated one of the most momentous emergencies that the managers ever had to meet.
  18. The precipitated lime gives the mass a whitish colour, and the consistence of curdled milk.
  19. Lichtman AH, Fisher J, Martin BR (2001) Precipitated cannabinoid withdrawal is reversed by.
  20. His mind racing to figure out what precipitated this situation, Greg shouted, Command Mode!.
  21. The collapse of the Insull system of public-utility holding companies was precipitated in this way.
  22. Nearly all the conversions were precipitated by a change in the conversion rate after June 30, 1933.
  23. The filing was precipitated by an adverse finding by the New Hampshire Supreme Court in a rate case.
  24. She realized that her escalating wrong choices led her to destruction as precipitated by her drug use.
  25. Corporations enjoying decade-long prosperity have been precipitated into insolvency within a few years.
  26. Monseigneur, he precipitated himself over the hill-side, head first, as a person plunges into the river.
  27. And he ran to his son, who had just precipitated himself into a heap of lime in order to whiten his boots.
  28. The crash is being precipitated by the goddamn banks! … The banks are almost completely responsible.
  29. But in moments like this, the things which one sees vacillate and are precipitated, and one pauses for nothing.
  30. Jean Valjean held out his hand, and Fauchelevent precipitated himself upon it with the touching effusion of a peasant.
  31. Would I be out of place to guess that the Saturn Industries move somehow precipitated their actions? David asked.
  32. And if we had driven to the police station, it might have either precipitated the attack, or more likely just delayed it.
  33. Bobby was extremely depressed and grief stricken at his brother’s loss with the thought that he may have precipitated it.
  34. Duncan thrust forth a foot, and the shock precipitated the eager savage headlong, many feet in advance of his intended victim.
  35. The ashes were unstable, however, and Wolf carefully carried them to the ash-holder, into which they were finally precipitated.
  36. Although, he was more moved by Phillip's struggles; he suddenly could recall every tear shed and the pain that had precipitated it.
  37. At the airport they waited nervously wondering what had precipitated the sudden call and visit but very glad that Natalie was coming.
  38. The revolution which human nature desires to effect step by step in many ages is likely to be precipitated by him in a single year or life.
  39. Yet, regardless of their behaviour, Christ pleads to the Creator to forgive these perpetrators for the actions that precipitated His murder.
  40. Unfortunately, the then Security Minister of the Imperium ‘B’, a bastard named Veck, precipitated things with a series of grave blunders.
  41. But, his invasion of Poland precipitated World War Two and from then on, his direction of the war became increasingly military and less political.
  42. It is a gradual process precipitated by a variety of factors including economic disruptions, natural disasters, over-population, famine and disease.
  43. Hannibal (247-182 BC) was the Carthaginian General who precipitated the second Punic War by attacking the town of Saguntum in Spain, an ally of Rome.
  44. Still, rumor had it that he had been so annoyed at Marilyn’s behavior on the set, it ultimately caused him the stress that precipitated his attack.
  45. Winn-Dixie’s Chapter 11 filing was precipitated by overexpansion and severe competition, primarily fueled by Publix Super Markets and Wal-Mart Stores.
  46. He pointed toward the youthful military captive, and described the death of a favorite warrior, who had been precipitated into the deep ravine by his hand.
  47. I call it a revolution because I now see how, with the word he spoke, the curtain rose on the last act of my dreadful drama, and the catastrophe was precipitated.
  48. I began to walk slowly round, therefore, feeling in every direction to find out what this strange place could be into which I had been so opportunely precipitated.
  49. She should have been safe now but there was a rending, tearing sound, the branch broke and precipitated her full upon the head of Tublat, knocking him to the ground.
  50. This will include the discriminations, pogroms, and expulsions that precipitated the migration of the bulk of the Jewish community from Western Europe to Eastern Europe.
  51. In the excitement of everything, he had forgotten to eat and was now facing one of the consequences—the onset of a mild headache precipitated by a deprivation of food.
  52. This precipitated a governmental panic and the national sharing of misery brought about by power cuts arranged by the government to save precious electricity for industry.
  53. Each progressive step up the ladder of awareness is precipitated by the experiences of the individual and brings with it a corresponding expansion of perspective and freedom.
  54. Helpless for the time and knowing not what she would find there that might have precipitated her desire to enter such a place, she turned the corner and proceeded into the Tower.
  55. These eternal wars on with their utopian objectives precipitated the commencement of the Wars for Immortality: eternal wars for the ultimate human utopian vision – eternal life.
  56. They must have caught something of the brief conversation that precipitated the interruption, because the Doctor had gasped and bowed his head, while Rebecca sobbed uncontrollably.
  57. A star precipitated with great apparent velocity across the firmament from Vega in the Lyre above the zenith beyond the stargroup of the Tress of Berenice towards the zodiacal sign of Leo.
  58. Whenever rain or snow falls, this dust is precipitated on the ground by it, whence arises the purity of the air after rain and snow; but a small share is still left, or soon after formed.
  59. Spring Reading Period typically precipitated the sudden sequestering of students from the campus at large into dormitory rooms and library cubicles, but that didn’t begin for another week.
  60. Such attitudes can be traced to an ill-conceived leveling of parent/child relationships precipitated by childlike (parental) idiosyncrasies that have (predictably) produced unintended results.
  61. Truman is thus found guilty of criminal negligence towards the American armed forces and of abuse of power, for having precipitated the United States in a war without the approval of the Congress.
  62. Johnson told Bobby that there was a major Cuban connection in his brother’s assassination on the day of the assassination, and Bobby took it personally like he precipitated his brother’s death.
  63. It was that, combined with the sense of duty that he owed this young woman, which had convinced him to continue with his own private inquiry to ascertain exactly what had precipitated the disappearance of the guest.
  64. Troup hoped the House would not be precipitated unadvisedly into a decision of a question of this kind; that they would not break in upon a system which had served them so well without maturely deliberating upon it.
  65. A commentator at the above case, which precipitated a momentous shift in African Morality, supposed at the time that the might of Zuma's supporters had taken control of the ANC's ancestral wisdom on this particular issue.
  66. When the Indo-Pakistani hunger wars began, it precipitated the collapse of local-minded farms and the eventual takeover of Vermont's agricultural infrastructure, turning the Transition State into the land of Emerald Serfdom.
  67. With that she rushed across the street so impetuously that she narrowly escaped annihilation from a passing truck, and precipitated herself into the arms of a stately old gentleman, who said, "I beg pardon, ma'am," and looked mortally offended.
  68. Other examples might be complex derivatives, such as those that precipitated the 2007–2009 financial crisis, that have embedded structural risks; a return series is irrelevant for such an asset, especially if the market for them is illiquid and inactive.
  69. Of course, Peter and his smooth talking could have precipitated and facilitated the indiscretion by making their affair seem justified and noble in light of other developments, but he would have thought that Peter would have had a much more discriminating taste in his choice of women.
  70. He was eminently fit to appreciate the mental image he made for himself of the Capataz, after hours of tension and anxiety, precipitated suddenly into an abyss of waters and darkness, without earth or sky, and confronting it not only with an undismayed mind, but with sensible success.
  71. Jury Nullification, precipitated by perceived historical injustices, rejects or makes void rules or articles of evidence and their proper application as instructed by law because of pre-conceived biases unwilling to concede the legitimacy of such statutes or official practices of the court.
  72. There was a time, sir, when you had friends in the Upper Province; there were many who wished well to your arms, and would have greeted your approach, but that ill-fated policy which precipitated every thing, which in zeal for the end overlooked the means, has blasted all our hopes from that quarter.
  73. This by-product of social leveling has precipitated prescriptive efforts by revisionists seeking to recreate or redefine history within retro/present time frames that not only obscure our collective understanding of the events that shaped our nation‘s history, but an understanding of its people, as well.
  74. Oral testimony of other Kennedy family members gathered by reporters and historians over the past fifty years all reveal the same information: they, too, have no idea what happened or whether any singular event occurred that precipitated Joseph Kennedy’s ultimate decision to have his daughter lobotomized.
  75. The acetic acid solution was evaporated to dryness, and a dark brown matter was obtained; it was almost totally soluble in warm alcohol, from which it was precipitated by water; it was supposed therefore to consist chiefly of resin, with a small portion of extractive matter, and may be called resino-extractive; it weighed 2.
  76. As he reached this chamber, he was flashingly aware of some small squat bulk on the floor ahead of him; then before he could check his flight or swerve aside, his foot struck something yielding that squalled shrilly, and he was precipitated headlong, the torch flying from his hand and being extinguished as it struck the stone floor.
  77. Addendum to the above: The undermining of traditional values has precipitated a socially divisive undercurrent in our nation that has further alienated lower income groups from the very values and customs that typically defined ―middle-class‖ success; principled standards that have (historically) improved (its) social and economic standing in a variety of ways over the years.
  78. Marilyn was welcomed back to the studio after a four-year absence, and while the return was not widely applauded among some Fox execs who knew too well the havoc precipitated whenever a Monroe picture was in production, this is a charming musical, vastly underrated at the time, with Marilyn at her comedic best, singing Cole Porter songs and dancing to moves created for her by Jack Cole.
  79. A car in every garage and a television in every room is the stuff that middle-class dreams are made of! It is questionable, however, in light of diminishing incomes and job displacements precipitated by the emergence of cheap(er) labor from across our borders and the outsourcing of jobs overseas, not to mention a bubbling economy, that American families will be able to sustain its frenzied lifestyles once that bubble bursts.
  80. Imagine the rippling effect on a number of industries that are tightly inter-woven, nor to mention its own impact on the nation‘s ability to adequately fund its own entitlement programs that, in turn, would subsequently trigger higher inflation resulting from higher (consumer) prices precipitated by lower productivity levels that would (likely) lead to higher taxes that would (more than likely) discourage investment that would (most likely) generate even lower revenues than before.
  81. Democrats have been shamefully exploiting this unhappy event for political reasons; unyielding in their persistence that poverty and racism are (somehow) the underlying factors responsible for this (―avoidable‖) tragedy when, in fact, it was the result of ―unintended‖ consequences precipitated by decades of political cynicism, cronyism, mis-management, fiscal incompetence and (local) corruption at every conceivable level; this despite the forewarnings of field experts (Army Corps of Engineers) citing potential or probably breaches in drainage canal levees since the Johnson Administration.
  82. Oh! if his father had still been in existence, if he had still had him, if God, in his compassion and his goodness, had permitted his father to be still among the living, how he would have run, how he would have precipitated himself, how he would have cried to his father: "Father! Here I am! It is I! I have the same heart as thou! I am thy son!" How he would have embraced that white head, bathed his hair in tears, gazed upon his scar, pressed his hands, adored his garment, kissed his feet! Oh! Why had his father died so early, before his time, before the justice, the love of his son had come to him? Marius had a continual sob in his heart, which said to him every moment: "Alas!" At the same time, he became more truly serious, more truly grave, more sure of his thought and his faith.
  1. Acute re-exposure to drugs of abuse precipitates drug craving and increases the.
  2. Sometimes you've got to take an action of faith, that precipitates the miracle happening.
  3. During her entire stay there, he had lived that life of ecstasy which suspends material perceptions and precipitates the whole soul on a single point.
  4. Far from Israel coming back to the Lord at the start of the tribulation, it seems that Israel’s eventual repentance is what finally precipitates the return of the Lord.
  5. One segment of society embraces radical change, and precipitates among those defending liberty acts and ideas that cause one, then another, and another, of the anchor holds of social stability to be let go.
  6. Tipping Point Therapy (TPT) is a memetic cognitive rebehavioring of a culture's social psychology by fadpeding the attentive mass into a collective perception which precipitates a directable responsivity, e.
  7. A flurry of electronic trade triggers a human reaction of panic – financial crisis precipitates stock market crash and financial collapse results not only in systemic heart attack, but also individual and collective cell failure.
  8. The bad news that typically precipitates the need for an operating turnaround, as well as the ongoing uncertainty that revolves around management's turnaround effort, can wreak the kind of havoc on stock prices that value investors are keen to capitalize upon.
  9. May it not at some future period, lead to a nomenclature of precipitates; affording, like the crystallography of Haüy, a new and accurate mode of determining the compositions of substances; and perhaps throwing light upon the obscure subject of chemical, or if you please, electro-chemical affinities.
  10. All revolt closes the shops, depresses the funds, throws the Exchange into consternation, suspends commerce, clogs business, precipitates failures; no more money, private fortunes rendered uneasy, public credit shaken, industry disconcerted, capital withdrawing, work at a discount, fear everywhere; counter-shocks in every town.
  11. On adding to each the same quantity of the solution of gelatine, abundant precipitates immediately appeared, as usual, apparently much the same in quantity; but to my astonishment, the size of the several congeries in each, bore a near proportion to that of the sticks from which they were obtained, not differing much from that of middling and of very small flakes of snow.

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