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    1. The aim here is not to censor but create a lobby of senior respected citizens who can prevail upon those in control to act when the boundary of decency is crossed

    2. We can prevail upon our own family members, neighbours and authorities to take concrete steps to remove the common causes of flooding i

    3. me! No weapon forged against me will prevail! The Lord protects all

    4. A stingy spirit must not prevail in conducting the affairs of the church (2:21)

    5. soul, Big Al was sure that he could prevail upon him not to sell Peg

    6. on, anyway? Would they rather see Philippe prevail and

    7. Cool heads had to prevail here for the love

    8. I know that if it is at all possible you will prevail, but maybe it is for the best

    9. These ordinary or average rates may be called the natural rates of wages, profit and rent, at the time and place in which they commonly prevail

    10. Want, famine, and mortality, would immediately prevail in that class, and from thence extend themselves to all the superior classes, till the number of inhabitants in the country was reduced to what could easily be maintained by the revenue and stock which remained in it, and which had escaped either the tyranny or calamity which had destroyed the rest

    11. The disorders which generally prevail in the economy of the rich, naturally introduce themselves into the management of the former; the strict frugality and parsimonious attention of the poor as naturally establish themselves in that of the latter

    12. "Don't you get it, Death Guard? This time he doesn't want to prevail," Alec interjected while releasing an arrow

    13. If, notwithstanding a great rise in the price, it still continues to prevail through a considerable part of the country, it is owing in many places, no doubt, to ignorance and attachment to old customs, but, in most places, to the unavoidable obstructions which the natural course of things opposes to the immediate or speedy establishment of a better system : first, to the poverty of the tenants, to their not having yet had time to acquire a stock of cattle sufficient to cultivate their lands more completely, the same rise of price, which would render it advantageous for them to maintain a greater stock, rendering it more difficult for them to acquire it; and, secondly, to their not having yet had time to put their lands in condition to maintain this greater stock properly, supposing they were capable of acquiring it

    14. ease Chloe’s delirium as I’d done for half a month since hauling her onto this raft? Would I shade her with my own blistered back? Would I drip most of our precious stock of water onto Chloe’s lips? Or would Eris prevail, convincing me to throw myself into the flat and empty sea

    15. Don’t be shocked by my decision – I’m not violating a moral principle, I am acting in the best interests of all concerned and that is exactly what should prevail

    16. But of course there were some who seemed to always let their private animosities prevail

    17. The many faces of Heron’s disinterest and displeasure would prevail until the lessons ended and he could look forward to joining his father and eldest sister in combat drills just outside the town walls

    18. Still, she did not prevail upon the good-natured driver and hopped off the cart as the sun sunk below the horizon at last

    19. But her luck would not prevail in every sense

    20. If we accept and treat others as our equals despite differences in gender, race, nationality or culture, harmony will prevail

    21. But the greater part of these proprietors seldom pretend to understand any thing of the business of the company; and when the spirit of faction happens not to prevail among them, give themselves no trouble about it, but receive contentedly such halfyearly or yearly dividend as the directors think proper to make to them

    22. Negligence and profusion, therefore, must always prevail, more or less, in the management of the affairs of such a company

    23. It was naturally to be expected, therefore, that folly, negligence, and profusion, should prevail in the whole management of their affairs

    24. In the case of a union, it would probably prevail less in Ireland than in Scotland; and the colonies would probably soon enjoy a degree of concord and unanimity, at present unknown in any part of the British empire

    25. campfires were built and Lee began to feel a sense that he could prevail if he could make it to the north side of the Appomattox

    26. The purport of all this enthusiasm was echoed in their cry: ''Prempeh! Prempeh! Your fetish has proved too strong for the white man! No power on earth can prevail against thee!”

    27. The day before, they would have declared that no power on earth could prevail against the gods of Ashanti; but when they saw Prempeh, the natural head of fetish, forced to humble himself and afterwards be taken prisoner, when the sacred houses and blood-washed trees, the very abode of the spirits, were destroyed by the white man's powder, and still the gods availed them nothing, their faith was shaken

    28. It was his tenacity, and disciplined leadership, which made them prevail, even when body and soul

    29. Mother Russia will prevail

    30. The following are the principles to be observed by an invading force: The further you penetrate into a country, the greater will be the solidarity of your troops, and thus the defenders will not prevail against you

    31. I just needed to acknowledge how far I had come and not let the lingering doubt of cancer prevail

    32. Evil cannot prevail; we must defeat it

    33. Good needed to prevail, good should always defeat evil

    34. only way to make ideas prevail

    35. It is about a time on the earth when righteousness will prevail and all will know God

    36. They know the land and they can prevail in a fight

    37. And doesn’t all of our wisdom-of-old tell us that good will prevail in the end? And isn’t that what the vision was all about?

    38. And I do verily believe, that if the principle were to prevail, of a common law being in force in the U

    39. “The discussions at the Nicene Council (AD 325) revealed the fact that there were three parties present: the Strict Arians, the Semi-Arians and the Alexander-Athanasian party…The latter party, with the help of Constantine and the Western bishops secured the adoption of [the] creed…The sons of Constantine continued to favor the Semi-Arian party, which included a large majority of the Eastern bishops, but the Western Churches generally adhered to the Nicene creed…The distracted condition of the Orient, due to the war with Persia, and the demoralized state of many of the bishoprics under Arian leadership made it relatively easy for Theodosius the Great to espouse and support the Nicene party…Arianism was soon suppressed within the empire, but it continued for a long time to prevail among the Barbarians” (Encyc

    40. Were the most aggressive proponents of this new system called science to prevail over its predecessors, would Mankind insist on going its own way one more time, even with historical and theological evidence that these deviations, so many times in the past, have led to destruction?

    41. Therefore, it stays in financial prison, acting in the means instead of the ends, obeying the power of the hot money faithfully through the rule of the international financial game instead of the social investment to prevail

    42. They cannot prevail in the halls of the legislature or at the ballot box on Gay Marriage, so they attack the California people‘s choice (Prop

    43. They know they could not prevail in Congress on the issue

    44. to him, If Mordecai be of the seed of the Jews, before whom you have begun to fall, you shall not prevail against him, but shall surely

    45. Indian had to be set against Indian, if Mother England was to prevail

    46. 4 Who have said, with our tongue will we prevail; our lips are our own: who is Lord over use,

    47. Religions of the world are built upon foundations where falsification, superstitions and fear prevail

    48. Should they prevail in the battle, those of us who survived would withdraw and never return to their valley again

    49. is weary on the high place, that he shall come to his sanctuary to pray; but he shall not prevail

    50. not prevail; though they roar, yet can they not pass over it? 23 But these people have a revolting and rebellious heart; they have

    1. you know that Stalin prevailed in

    2. overpowered[b] them, and prevailed against them,[c] so that they fled

    3. Ish wanted to curse the bowler, but sense prevailed and he kept

    4. It took me several weeks to persuade her that I was serious when I said I wanted to marry her but in the end I prevailed

    5. I have wrestled with God and prevailed, like Jacob

    6. end the female of the species prevailed (as they usually

    7. They have not only never been incorporated, but the incorporation spirit never has prevailed

    8. "What do you think we should do, Master Ki? No doubt you have faced greater threats before and have always prevailed

    9. The scarcity which prevailed in England, from 1693 to 1699, both inclusive, though no doubt principally owing to the badness of the seasons, and, therefore, extending through a considerable part of Europe, must have been somewhat enhanced by the bounty

    10. Even with the full Dark Army at his disposal, the Elf Prince nearly prevailed

    11. During the continuance of this abuse (which prevailed chiefly in 1762, 1763, and 1764), while the exchange between London and Carlisle was at par, that between London and Dumfries would sometimes be four per cent

    12. Even though everything in her warned her against approaching, the stubborn side that often prevailed did so once more

    13. The more advanced or more refined manufactures, even of the colony produce, the merchants and manufacturers of Great Britain chuse to reserve to themselves, and have prevailed upon the legislature to prevent their establishment in the colonies, sometimes by high duties, and sometimes by absolute prohibitions

    14. Up to that point Martin had little concern for his safety, but seeing the terrain, the mountains, and the absolute darkness that prevailed along the trail, he realized this would be dangerous than he thought

    15. From the passages above we can identify specific facts that indicate to us that different conditions prevailed on the Earth during the years before the Flood, compared to conditions on earth today

    16. According to the Bible, the pre-flood conditions prevailed for 1,656 years

    17. The same disposition, to save and to hoard, prevailed in the sovereign, as well as in the subjects

    18. No oppressive aristocracy has ever prevailed in the colonies

    19. So David prevailed over the Philistine with a sling and with a stone, and smote the Philistine, and slew him; but there was no sword in the hand of David

    20. After Lincoln was shot and he lay dying, the argument arose again, but in this case, less than three hours after Lincoln’s death, precedence prevailed and Andrew Johnson was sworn in

    21. understood the other, but apparently sign language prevailed and there was some limited communication and some limited

    22. Nelson was ready to cuff us and walk us out into the press when cooler heads prevailed

    23. The wiser counsels of the Ansahs had prevailed, and the warriors were removed to the bush, still ready to answer to the calls of their chiefs if needed

    24. Tenderfoot dudes, first tolerated, afterwards beloved, by the ranchmen, flocked to the corps and an excellent camaraderie prevailed

    25. Shafter favoured a firing squad to end this sorry debacle, but wiser heads, of which there were plenty, prevailed and order was soon restored

    26. It took her quite some time until she succeeded, but in the end, she prevailed

    27. All through the Island of Ponson the sightseer can find certain patrician homes, already somewhat rare nowadays, which show the architectural style that prevailed on the island

    28. Right would be assumed to have prevailed as one life would be the forfeit paid for the saving of many

    29. She prevailed with a smile

    30. And then, there were the Manichaeans: “The followers of Manes…a gnostic teacher whose opinion prevailed in western Asia and Eastern Europe during the 4th and 5th centuries of our era

    31. But all other challengers had been defeated or had only prevailed for a limited time

    32. Again, Janie prevailed in her guidance by

    33. That was the general idea, shared by scholars, to the point that the belief that the Earth was the center of the universe prevailed beyond 1600 AD

    34. 50 So David prevailed over the Philistine with a sling and with a stone, and struck the Philistine, and killed him; but there was no

    35. Ainatunarit’s Army had prevailed

    36. 23 And the messenger said to David, Surely the men prevailed against us, and came out to us into the field, and we were on them

    37. 4 Regardless the king's word prevailed against Joab, and against the captains of the host; And Joab and the captains of the host went

    38. 3 And on the ninth day of the fourth month the famine prevailed in the city, and there was no bread for the people of the land

    39. then does my Lord require this thing? why will he be a cause of trespass to Israel? 4 Nevertheless the king's word prevailed against

    40. Carl, too, was still sick and easily prevailed on to stay in bed

    41. went to Hamathzobah, and prevailed against it

    42. Judah prevailed, because they relied on the Lord God of their fathers

    43. It was simply that he seemed to her an inhabitant of a world of his own, where different traditions prevailed

    44. 5 He fought also with the king of the Ammonites, and prevailed against them; And the children of Ammon gave

    45. Up to America’s entry against Japan, then Germany, strong isolationist sentiments prevailed

    46. The Spanish prevailed and Mexico became a colony of Spain

    47. prevailed because of the tactics of Major Ringgold, who sustained fatal wounds

    48. prevailed, with one thousand casualties

    49. 4 Lest my enemy say, I have prevailed against him; and those who trouble me rejoice when I am moved

    50. 2 Many a time have they afflicted me from my youth; yet they have not prevailed against me

    1. prevailing rate of inflation

    2. Amidst all the revolutions which faction has ever occasioned in the government of Amsterdam, the prevailing party has at no time accused their predecessors of infidelity in the administration of the bank

    3. emotions or prevailing attitudes are consciously and

    4. with them will consist of world events and prevailing

    5. The prevailing conditions today do not fully support these requirements and therefore our bodies are no longer able to survive as long as they used to, during the antediluvian age

    6. These are two powerful concepts that are used in prevailing prayers

    7. Why not? Once again we come back to the prevailing racist mentality that the white man always knows better

    8. Police bashing has become the prevailing custom in many of our urban centers despite the heroic efforts of the many brave men and women who routinely place their lives on the line each and every day protecting law-abiding citizens

    9. What this conclusion means to an Army who is predominantly Christian and finding itself in a prevailing Muslim country today you can imagine for yourself

    10. Addendum to the above: (Consumer) Demand remains the (one) prevailing constant

    11. Machiavelli correctly argued that internal revolutions that seek to transform a society‘s social and political cultural must (necessarily) retain that society‘s material forms in order to convey a semblance of continuity without seemingly undermining their essential character, notwithstanding its altering of prevailing customs and practices that would otherwise promote resentment among its citizens

    12. Addendum to the above: Every generation is influenced in part by the prevailing customs of its time; challenging the formal

    13. Its elasticity renders the Constitution a ―living‖ organism subject to contemporary interpretations or (the) prevailing temper (moral climate) of modern times

    14. He placed little faith in the efficacy of legal and social institutions as potential forces for promoting (attitudinal) change that (otherwise) required a voluntary change of ―heart‖ in order to eliminate the prevailing social injustices directed against the poorer classes at that time

    15. Therefore, a commitment to (true) friendship, setting aside such differences for the moment, requires that our differences produce (a) plausible effect, that does not (necessarily) imply acceptance, however, without compromising either individual‘s prevailing sentiments

    16. What we are witnessing today, however, especially in the more wretched urban environments, is a conspicuous absence of purposeful ―genius‖ attributable less to inherent factors than the prevailing influence of a McDonald‘s-like mentality that seems to promote the lowest forms of culture that baser designs have to offer

    17. Besides, his record on Abortion speaks for itself! I suppose my real concern, however, centers on prevailing liberal/secularist sentiments portraying Christians as unsuitable candidates for the Supreme Court, or any other higher court for that matter, lest their religious viewpoints should otherwise color an (objective) interpretation of the law

    18. Prevailing attitudes of this sort have become increasingly common in an age where ―organic relationships‖

    19. Notwithstanding our human shortcomings, however, how far should any society be expected to tolerate, for ―unity‘s sake‖, irreconcilable moral and ethical misconduct that is quickly gaining momentum within political circles? Who remains accountable for the unseemly actions of our public officials who seem unwilling or unable to reform themselves, if not the Conscience of the American People? In what manner does that society continue supporting notions of unity in view of prevailing (double) standards that falsely qualify appearances as uncharacteristic or unimportant? In what manner does that society achieve consistency between public and private matters where

    20. Prevailing wisdom, I suppose, informed the 157

    21. Spotlights bathed them in bright light contrasting the prevailing gloom throughout the bar, broken only by the pale glow of candles under ruby-red glass

    22. Those in the new system would be given credit for their past contributions (at the prevailing interest rate of 1

    23. The schools at Riverside, California and Carlisle, Pennsylvania were construed to convert the Indians into members of the prevailing culture

    24. They were shorter than the northern tribes, but from the looks of things they had also adopted the prevailing housing and customs along the coast

    25. There was a book about the sea and the currents and prevailing winds

    26. Hartmann: And the prevailing winds and the prevailing ocean currents take water from

    27. 4 A fierce battle then took place; and the men of Antiochus prevailing,

    28. Moreover, the bid and offer spreads prevailing at the time

    29. 37 And also on account of their brother Benjamin they consoled themselves for the loss of his brother Joseph; what will they then do for him when they see the hand of any people prevailing over them, for his sake?

    30. Faced with Roger’s inability and unwillingness to initiate a costly legal battle in favor of the prevailing sentiment, Kent left so resentful of his father that he has not been heard from since, and Robert fell into a depression that worsened as time went on, to the point that he had to be hospitalized some time later

    31. understanding of the prevailing conditions are essential to a

    32. The $2k proceeds from sale of our house—at huge loss due to prevailing 14% mortgage rates—were deposited into a state insured S&L which then went bankrupt

    33. Attuned for the moment to the prevailing political tide, Babeuf found employment within the revolutionary

    34. Paul’s vision was for Christian churches to be planted throughout the Mediterranean basin, but how that was achieved was not set in stone and the method was adaptable and changed to fit the prevailing circumstances

    35. Royalty, the nobility, and the townspeople added elements colored by their own interests to the prevailing temper, but always merging with one or other of the two aspects of the Church attitude

    36. Rather, the prevailing philosophy of today's voluntary simplicity movement is not to live without possessions or to live in frugality, but to slow down and live a more balanced, deliberate, and thoughtful life

    37. 37 And also on account of their brother Benjamin they consoled themselves for the loss of his brother Joseph; what will they then do for him when they see the hand of any people prevailing over them for his sake?

    38. campaign a historic moment and emphasized the urgency to go against prevailing

    39. 4 A fierce battle then took place; and the men of Antiochus prevailing Arsinoe continually went up and down the ranks and with dishevelled hair with tears and entreaties begged the soldiers to fight manfully for themselves their children and wives; and promised that if they proved conquerors she would give them two mina? of gold apiece

    40. knows the specific cause of migraine prodromes, the prevailing theory

    41. Whitefish Bay, at the southeastern end of Lake Superior, was invariably a congested area because the shallow bay allowed rapid ice formations that grew into ice jams which traveled unimpeded over the vast East-West-bearing lake at the head of the prevailing westerly winds

    42. The response tally was due to the large number of fishing and recreational vessels which operate out of the ports of Bayfield and Ashland, and the severe weather conditions caused by the prevailing westerly winds coming unimpeded across the Lake (“USCG Station Bayfield,” 1995)

    43. the specific cause of migraine prodromes, the prevailing theory is that they are part of neurochemical

    44. I"ve had maps made of the prevailing world wind currents and

    45. They could be moved into position and reach high up into prevailing wind currents to spread PAX over vast areas

    46. He couldn't help but think it must have eroded significantly over the thousands of years since the last ice age, particularly if weather patterns had differed from present-day prevailing westerlies

    47. when some of this same minority agrees with prevailing discreditable opinions, they are then

    48. media and allusions, the contradictions, the hypocrisy and the absurdity behind prevailing

    49. marketing tax deductions you are entitled to have as per the prevailing tax law of

    50. Conditions of the twentieth century, prevailing in both religion and human governments, are so different from those prevailing in Jesus' day that it was indeed difficult to adapt the Master's teachings at Urmia to the problems of the kingdom of God and the kingdoms of men as these world functions are existent in the twentieth century

    1. On the contrary, it is crystal clear to me that Evil prevails everywhere

    2. If this spirit prevails in a congregation today, success will be her destiny, even in a congregation without elders!

    3. But a stout heart prevails in the end

    4. Though the principle of expense, therefore, prevails in almost all men upon some occasions, and in some men upon almost all occasions ; yet in the greater part of men, taking the whole course of their life at an average, the principle of frugality seems not only to predominate, but to predominate very greatly

    5. The ancient Egyptians had a superstitious antipathy to the sea ; a superstition nearly of the same kind prevails among the Indians; and the Chinese have never excelled in foreign commerce

    6. " Country gentlemen and farmers, dispersed in different parts of the country, cannot so easily combine as merchants and manufacturers, who being collected into towns, and accustomed to that exclusive corporation spirit which prevails in them, naturally endeavour to obtain, against all their countrymen, the same exclusive privilege which they generally possess against the inhabitants of their respective towns

    7. Air Vayu Prakruti: This condition prevails when there is an excess of the element of air

    8. The usual corporation spirit, wherever the law does not restrain it, prevails in all regulated companies

    9. The taste for some sort of pageantry, for splendid buildings, at least, and other public ornaments, frequently prevails as much in the apparently sober senate-house of a little republic, as in the dissipated court of the greatest king

    10. In all great countries which are united under one uniform government, the spirit of party commonly prevails less in the remote provinces than in the centre of the empire

    11. The spirit of party prevails less in Scotland than in England

    12. And why has Texas done so well? Simply because Texas rejects the economic model that now prevails in Washington, D

    13. If the data is not misdirected, common sense prevails

    14. 12 And if one prevails against him, two shall withstand him; and a threefold cord is not quickly broken

    15. During the long dusk that prevails here at this time of year, we arrived at Kaachxana-aakw and dropped anchor again

    16. Private property is recognized and protected by law at one end of the scale, state ownership or control prevails at the other

    17. 21 And Joseph spoke to them, saying, From where do you come from? and they all answered and said, your servants have come from the land of Canaan to buy corn, for the famine prevails throughout the Earth, and your servants heard that there was corn in Egypt, so they have come among the other comers to buy corn for their support

    18. 21 And Joseph spoke to them saying From where do you come from? and they all answered and said your servants have come from the land of Canaan to buy corn for the famine prevails throughout the Earth and your servants heard that there was corn in Egypt so they have come among the other comers to buy corn for their support

    19. 11 And it prevails over marriage love condemning it when transgressing law

    20. The choice to become a closed group prevails, and this choice is felt to be

    21. an openly homosexual theme! This kind of irony prevails throughout aesthetics production,

    22. “By the Holy Sight of Silver, the comet, she prevails! She prevails! And blow my bubbles—two kids in a boat, sitting in the fishbath like they’ve been there all along

    23. When reckoning fails, force prevails

    24. If, which is more probable, Constantius prevails, and Conan is routed, we must steal out of the city with the queen and seek safety in flight

    25. 2 Many things which happen in the course of a human life are hard to understand, difficult to reconcile with the idea that this is a universe in which truth prevails and in which righteousness triumphs

    26. Hunger prevails over most of the other drives

    27. “Draw on it now: It’s imperative that Free Will prevails, otherwise emissaries would be robots who could not discern their own circumstances, and therefore play into the hands of chance events

    28. I’m sure you’re as happy as I am that this may help catch the murderer, especially if you’re interested in seeing that justice prevails

    29. of the system that prevails above the realm in which they are

    30. For flesh and blood cannot enter, but since the will of the flesh will never be allowed, and as long as he prevails, we cannot in this life see the true value of His Kingdom

    31. That doesn't mean that good always prevails

    32. makes war on the saints and PREVAILS against them

    33. Discomfort prevails within and without

    34. I doubt whether the world is any better for the excessive silence which prevails upon this commandment

    35. “And if at that moment a good, spiritual nature prevails in the human?” I asked with curiosity

    36. “And if there prevails a spiritual nature in a person, then he will correctly perceive new information on a subconscious level, using his phenomenal abilities for good intentions

    37. But as long as the animal nature prevails in his mind, he won’t even be able to invent an ordinary chair if he were not told how it should be done

    38. If the animal nature prevails in person, this person internally starts to ignore the existence of such a phenomenon

    39. ‘Whatever,’ he said, ‘it’s the woman’s whim that prevails in the end, isn’t it?’

    40. Maybe, had the poor guy swapped his spouse with one of his friend’s wife, it wouldn’t have been a swap for nope as it turned out to be for him, but then its nature that prevails

    41. After all, now as ever, it’s the personal interest of the regional political masters that prevails over the national interest, and what is worse, in the Indian democratic domain, the high ideal of ‘nursing the constituency’ though marketed in ugly packages of parochialism is considered even a virtue! Maybe, the presidential form of democracy on the American model would have served the nation better but then that would have made so many sundry politicians redundant, a scary thought for the political class, which turned politics into the best business that there is

    42. So, one can expect the political satraps to keep the parliamentary circus on, for everyone knows whose interest in the end prevails in the mobocracy of India

    43. I will follow You into the desert of ungodly temptation where Your Word prevails

    44. disunity prevails, such incidents do take place

    45. Udan Vayu prevails in the mental region, mounts up and moves there

    46. prevails, it will enwrap the material world’s forest of fear which we in-

    47. On the other hand, when the night of ignorance prevails, the

    48. of ignorance prevails, when the moon is waning in the dark half of a

    49. month, when gloom prevails on all sides and the outward looking mind

    50. tion about him or any touch of the gloom that prevails in the dark fort-

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